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Seven Sisters of Sleep: Sludge Masters Return With ‘Moths’ (SONG PREMIERE)

Ryan McAlary

We could go reaching for our thesaurus to find the right words to describe the kind of music Seven Sisters of Sleep churn out, but one clearly delivers the message home simpler than any other: UGLY.

Hailing from Los Angeles, Seven Sisters of Sleep are signed to one of Noisecreep’s favorite labels, A389 Recordings, and will be releasing a motherfucker of an album called Opium Morals on March 20.

The group’s sludgy, weather-beaten take on metal brings to mind the depressed symphonies of folks like Eyehategod, Buzzoven and Noothgrush. Guitarists Eddie Bermudez and Brock Elmore’s sounds combine nicely, creating a molasses-thick tone that perfectly sits beneath vocalist Tim McClary’s tortured screams. Nope, Seven Sisters of Sleep won’t be playing Warped Tour anytime soon!

Noisecreep has been wearing out our copy of Opium Morals over the past few weeks, and we’re excited to bring you the premiere of “Moths,” one of our favorite tracks off the album.

Listen to ‘Moths’

Opium Morals will hit stores on March 19. Several pre-order options are available at this link.

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