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consouling

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From: Belgium
  22.08.2012 at 12:41


ConSouling Sounds is thrilled to present Royal Talons. Hailing from Denver (US), these riff mongers are just as eager as us to introduce their self titled debut album.
The cross-over between brutal sludge doom and psychedelic stoner doom on this album is second to none. Offering an adrenaline surge and being trance-inducing at the same time is no small feat of its own, but it's the clever compositions that make Royal Talons really stand out. The brutal, heavy, riff monsters of songs flood the entire room, but are nonetheless tightly controlled and meticulously constructed. Hints of hardcore/punk and noisy edges complete this highly original doom trip, with a gleamingly dark and massive production as the icing on the cake.
This debut album is a tantalizing experience for fans of ultra-heavy psychedelic sludge doom that will surely make your mouth water for more.

Pre-order the cd here: http://consouling.be/talons.php

Check out Royal Talons - Shark Skull here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMAGAVdKCdE
BlueMobius
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Age: 27
From: USA

  22.08.2012 at 14:53
Written by consouling on 22.08.2012 at 12:41


ConSouling Sounds is thrilled to present Royal Talons. Hailing from Denver (US), these riff mongers are just as eager as us to introduce their self titled debut album.
The cross-over between brutal sludge doom and psychedelic stoner doom on this album is second to none. Offering an adrenaline surge and being trance-inducing at the same time is no small feat of its own, but it's the clever compositions that make Royal Talons really stand out. The brutal, heavy, riff monsters of songs flood the entire room, but are nonetheless tightly controlled and meticulously constructed. Hints of hardcore/punk and noisy edges complete this highly original doom trip, with a gleamingly dark and massive production as the icing on the cake.
This debut album is a tantalizing experience for fans of ultra-heavy psychedelic sludge doom that will surely make your mouth water for more.

Pre-order the cd here: http://consouling.be/talons.php

Check out Royal Talons - Shark Skull here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMAGAVdKCdE


Please don't use this forum for self promotion.
Self promotion can be done here: http://metalstorm.net/forum/board.php?board_id=30
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nobody

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From: Sweden

  22.08.2012 at 20:21
Pretty good justctryd, sounds good to me
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Marcel Hubregtse
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  22.08.2012 at 21:34
Written by BlueMobius on 22.08.2012 at 14:53

Written by consouling on 22.08.2012 at 12:41


ConSouling Sounds is thrilled to present Royal Talons. Hailing from Denver (US), these riff mongers are just as eager as us to introduce their self titled debut album.
The cross-over between brutal sludge doom and psychedelic stoner doom on this album is second to none. Offering an adrenaline surge and being trance-inducing at the same time is no small feat of its own, but it's the clever compositions that make Royal Talons really stand out. The brutal, heavy, riff monsters of songs flood the entire room, but are nonetheless tightly controlled and meticulously constructed. Hints of hardcore/punk and noisy edges complete this highly original doom trip, with a gleamingly dark and massive production as the icing on the cake.
This debut album is a tantalizing experience for fans of ultra-heavy psychedelic sludge doom that will surely make your mouth water for more.

Pre-order the cd here: http://consouling.be/talons.php

Check out Royal Talons - Shark Skull here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMAGAVdKCdE


Please don't use this forum for self promotion.
Self promotion can be done here: http://metalstorm.net/forum/board.php?board_id=30


Not really self-promotion, since he didn't promote his label, just one of the bands on it
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BlueMobius
Ronin

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Age: 27
From: USA

  22.08.2012 at 21:44
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 22.08.2012 at 21:34

Not really self-promotion, since he didn't promote his label, just one of the bands on it


Well if the bands on your label do well, then in theory you do well, right?
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Fuck

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Age: 46
From: The Netherlands

  22.08.2012 at 21:52
Written by BlueMobius on 22.08.2012 at 21:44

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 22.08.2012 at 21:34

Not really self-promotion, since he didn't promote his label, just one of the bands on it


Well if the bands on your label do well, then in theory you do well, right?

You think Consouling makes any money on their bands no matter how well they do? I don't think they made a cent on the wooden box vlimited to 100 eiditon of the latest Alkerdeel album ;-)
But I do understand what you mean though. I aam always ambivalent on the matter of labels promoting their bands or bands promoting themselves as to what forum it should go into. Of course they are promoting their band but then again a fan opening a thread on his favourite band is also promoting that band. If it's not the label opening such a thread but a close friend of the band we won't know that, right? And therefore allowe it, even though ithat instance should also then go to the promotions board.
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05.04.1963 - 15.12.1996


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