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Futurians (Live at Roadburn)

Slomatics

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1
Electric Breath (Live)
Slomatics
5:54
2
Running Battle (Live)
Slomatics
4:21
3
Return to Kraken (Live)
Slomatics
5:07
4
And yet It Moves (Live)
Slomatics
6:47
5
Tramontane (Live)
Slomatics
6:13
6
Supernothing (Live)
Slomatics
3:36
7
Ulysses My Father (Live)
Slomatics
4:05
8
March of the 1000 Volt Ghost (Live)
Slomatics
6:35
Total Playing Time    42:38
“[this] is the sound of our everyday fuzz-heroes David, Chris and Marty laying waste to one of the mightiest festivals in all of Europe... I can't begin to fathom how anyone that was there could ever recover from the crushing performance that day, and by recording it the people at Roadburn ensured that no one ever will.”
- Simon Ohlsson, Outlaws of the Sun

Irish trio Slomatics are well-loved in heavy rock circles and the enthusiasm the band's audience shares for their music is palpable in this live concert recording from 2017 edition of international rock festival Roadburn. Their set surveys their discography from their beginnings in 2005 to the present moment, with selections such as Electric Breathe, Return to Kraken and And Yet it Moves.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Roadburn Records Studio Masters

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