SUMA – “The Order of Things” VINYL 2LP Repress OUT NOW!

Out and shipping now!
SUMA’s 4th album was originally released back in November 2016 and got completely sold out within just a couple months! Hence this anticipated repress (now in cooperation with Italian label Argonauta -who originally released the CD version-).

Two different limited vinyl editions available from Throne Records:


COLLECTOR’S EDITION: GREY SMOKE (translucid clear with grey marble)

 

• 140gr. vinyl
• Limited to 75 hand-numbered copies worldwide
• 350gr. Gatefold sleeve
• Two-sided lyrics insert
• Polylined black-inked paper bag
• Outer plastic bag
No limit of copies per buyer.

This edition is exclusive for Throne Records mailorder.
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BLACK VINYL EDITION

• 140gr. vinyl
• Limited to 120 copies per label worldwide
• 350gr. Gatefold sleeve
• Two-sided lyrics insert
• Polylined black-inked paper bag
• Sealed (with the vinyl outside the sleeve to prevent seam splits)
No limit of copies per buyer.

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Produced, recorded and mixed by Billy Anderson (Neurosis, Swans, Melvins, Sleep, etc.), this time recorded in Portland, OR. (US).

One-hour organic sonic ritual transferred onto tape. It’s not a collection of “hits” put together, but a whole concept here; an indivisible, unaltered experience… ultimately what a full length album should be.

“The Order of Things” was voted one of the top albums of 2016 in polls such as The Obelisk, Stoner Rock, and many more.

— SPUTNIK MUSIC | Excellent —

In the end, just when I thought SUMA can’t get any heavier, the band proves us wrong. This hour-long mammoth is a visceral reminder of their sheer power and a fresh offering that is just as good as Let the Churches Burn, if not better. There is a lot to take in, yet after a couple of spins The Order of Things gets under your skin. Even so, I am amazed how this excess they constantly dabble in paid off. Very few bands manage to do it without failing. As a blend of doom, sludge, noise and stoner with an excellent production, courtesy of Billy Anderson, this LP is one of the most consistent I have heard in a while. Dig it!

— ECHOES AND DUST —

A beast made of slamming riffs, inhuman vocals, granitic sonorities of unrelentless heaviness. Recorded and mixed by none other than producer Billy Anderson, The Order of Things is a massive slab of crushing doom, capturing the band at its best, heavy and obscure as never before.


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