Godhunter, the Tucson, AZ-based and The Compound/Battleground Records-signed doom/sludge metal band, are currently promoting their pulverizing new release, City of Dust. Featuring eight crawling, fuzzed-out massive tracks, this new February 18th released album is arguably the band’s best to date. We wanted to learn more about the recording so we snagged some time with drummer Andy Kratzenberg to talk about some of the gear he uses. This is what he had to say about his Ludwig drums.

City Of Dust, the debut full-length release from Arizona’s anarcho-sludge faction, Godhunter, is now less than two weeks from deliverance, the fifty-minute politically-antagonizing concept album unleashing the band’s most musically diverse and lyrically thought-provoking anthems yet. Blast the new song “Snake Oil Dealer” just above.

Like an encompassing dust storm full of fire and broken whiskey bottles and expended weed smoke, Tucson, Arizona’s Godhunter are preparing to suffocate the planet with their devastating hymns this year. Through diehard D.I.Y. ethics and self-promotion, Godhunter have preyed upon the weak-minded scenesters and have defied pigeonholing genre classifications through a savage amalgamation of sheer heaviness, both live and through recorded proof via several EPs, split releases and compilation inclusions since their 2009 formation.