The Skinny: Atlanta sludge/doom marauders Sons of Tonatiuh are set to unleash their new full-length next week. Dubbed Parade Of Sorrow, the album was recorded in November of 2011 in Athens, Georgia by Kyle Spence of Harvey Milk, features artwork by Chris Parry and offers up 10 mammoth hymns of dirgy, filth-ridden, Southern fried crust for fans of Eyehategod, Buzzov*en, Floor and the like.

Commended by the Sleeping Shaman for their “huge prehistoric, lumbering walls of solid doom that will have even the most cold-hearted metal fan nod their head like a donkey on Mogadon, conjuring plenty of passages where the listener can lose themselves in the groove,” Sons of Tonatiuh are a three-piece from Atlanta, Georgia concentrating on the underground workings of doom, sludge and punk rock.

Parade Of Sorrow Track Listing:

01. Intro
02. White Wall
03. Parade of Sorrow
04. Plastic Cell
05. Colors Run Red
06. Season of Pills
07. One by One
08. Sea Sick
09. Eye So Blind
10. Fallout

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