Brooklyn, New York's TOMBS will release a 14-track collection of early material, tracks from the band's split with PLANKS, and previously unreleased demos on November 9 via Relapse. Entitled "Fear Is The Weapon", the set will be strictly limited to a one-time pressing of 1,000 copies and will be made available through Relapse mailorder.
A track from the upcoming collection, "Course Of Empire", is available for streaming using the audio player below (courtesy of PopMatters.com). The song previously appeared on TOMBS' 2007 self-titled debut/
TOMBS has confirmed a handful of tour dates, teaming up with labelmates TOXIC HOLOCAUST in late November for a string of East Coast shows. In between touring, TOMBS has been writing material for the follow-up to "Winter Hours", with plans to record this winter.
"Fear Is The Weapon" track listing:
01. Fountain Of The World 666
02. Course Of Empire
06. Darker Than Your Nights
07. Hallways Of The Always
09. Gods of Love and Suicide
10. Cheval Noir
11. Gossamer (demo)
12. Merrimack (demo)
13. Beneath The Toxic Jungle (demo)
14. Filled With Secrets (demo)
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