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On III TONER LOW are both faster and slower as well as rawer and more subtle, whilst making sure that the deepest sub-low frequencies are omnipresent throughout the entire album. A wide range of psychedelic sounds completes this four songs in 55 minutes ride through a musical wasteland filled with drugged out themes and doped up riffing. With one difference: this time even the cover artwork might get you high!
Laying down the law once more with low-endness and undertones Toner Low reach another high in heaviness on III, both musically and physically. Praised for the landmark artwork on their self titled debut double vinyl (2006) and II (2008), the weighty cover for the double vinyl release of III is yet another example of how bands can set themselves apart from the rest. No time or money was spared on this cannabis leaf saturated piece of art.
The album was recorded in January and February 2013 at Studio Moskou in Utrecht (Netherlands) and Studio Sissysound in Leiden (Netherlands). It got mastered at Alan Ward’s Electric City in Brussels (Belgium) in March. For the double album release an appropriate green vinyl colour is used. III will be available in the doom and stoner underground up from April 2013 on double vinyl, cd and audio cassette through Bilocation Records (sub-label of Kozmik Artifactz, Berlin) and TONER LOW’s DIY label Roadkill Rekordz.
- A1 | 10m00s – phase 6
- A2 | 14m00s – phase 7
- A3 | 12m54s – phase 8
- A4 | 17m47s – phase 9
- limited pressing of 500 pcs 180 gr. 2x green vinyl.
- vintage ultra-heavyweight cardboard gatefold with braille-print including fullcolor innersleeves and poster
- embossed sleeves
The press wrote.
III is Toner Low’s definitive masterpiece. This album is going to be considered a landmark release in the years to come. If not then their is no justice in the world. Brilliant. Amazing. End Of.
These guys succeed with incredible greatness and radiance! A definite contender for the Stoner HiVe top 20 of 2013!
Ein bewusstseinserweiternder Tiefton-Bolide, der unbedingt zwischen „Sleep“ und „Electric Wizard“ in das Plattenregal einsortiert werden sollte.