Get back to authentic street doom with R.I.P. and their debut album « In The Wind » streaming in full via Cvlt.
When U.S. street doom metallers R.I.P. teaming up with Cvlt Nation, it would most likely sound like some an organized gang. But don’t be afraid, and enjoy R.I.P.’s riff-fueled debut « In The Wind » in its entirety now, before its worldwide release on March 14th via Totem Cat Records.
Listen to R.I.P.’s ripping debut « In The Wind » in full RIGHT HERE
« Raw, dark and filthy doom that you can whip your hair to. It’s fast, fuzzed-out, loud and
heavy and will encourage the overconsumption of whiskey and weed. » – Cvlt Nation
« Take the Steppenwolf classic « Born To Be Wild », dip it in Motörhead,
drape it in Saint Vitus and you begin to understand the level of badassery
that R.I.P. is wielding. » – Paranoid Hitsophrenic
« A record that is completely comfortable with the size of its d*ck
and has nothing to prove. » – Outlaws Of The Sun
R.I.P. – Debut album « In The Wind »
Out on March 14th via Totem Cat Records
2xLP vinyl pre-order up now at this location
In a heavy metal wasteland littered with cookie cutter snooze-button doom bands rocking $10,000 rigs and $1 riffs, its a huff of fresh air straight out of the glue bottle to hear R.I.P. – four cretins from the Pacific Northwest who play knuckle dragging death obsessed metal at the speed of the streets. After several years of hammering the west coast with the blunt scythe of street-doom, they finally committed to tape an introductory will and testament for the rest of the world to tremble to. “In the Wind” closes the casket on the trends and exhumes the notion that doom isn’t about how slow and de-tuned you can play, but about fear, death, leather and playing as heavy as possible. A full US tour in the spring follows this Totem Cat Records release, where the band plans to drag the rest of the country down with them. Doom is dead: R.I.P. doom.
Fuzz – Vocals
Angel Martinez – Guitar
Jon Mullett – Bass
Willie D – Drums