Thursday, 12 July 2012

Adrift For Days - Album now as free download

Lachlan has now put up the magnificent album by
Adrift For Days up as a Pay What You Want on Bandcamp.

You now have no excuse not to have this beast of prog/sludge/post-metal.

Whatcha fucking waiting for?

Hey guys, just letting you know that the acclaimed new album from Sydney's psychedelic droners Adrift for Days is now available for FREE DOWNLOAD!
"Come Midnight..." is an ambitious 71-minute concept album that spans doom, drone, sludge, stoner metal, 70’s psychedelic rock, post-metal and post-rock influences. Fans of Yob, Earth, Rosetta, Neurosis, Space Bong, Pink Floyd and Boris are sure to dig it.
Go and download it. Consider it our gift to you.

Oh, and if you're in Melbourne or Adelaide, be sure to catch them on tour this weekend!
  • Friday 13 July at the John Curtin Hotel, Melbourne: Mushroom Giant, Adrift for Days (NSW), Spider Goat Canyon, Roussemoff.
  • Saturday 14 July at Enigma Bar, Adelaide: Space Bong, Adrift for Days (NSW), Hydromedusa, Leather Messiah. 
Adrift for Days - Come Midnight...
"For the uninitiated, the diSEMBOWELMENT/Bad Seeds hybrid Adrift for Days has conceived may prove to be incomprehensible, but for those who know, it is a masterpiece. 92/100"
- Brian Giffin, Loud Magazine
"Adrift For Days have delivered another masterpiece of modern sludge/stoner Metal... this is about as close to perfection as you can possibly get to."
- Steve Howe, Sludgelord
"If drone, doom, and anything noisy takes your fancy, then Come Midnight... is what you have been waiting for. 9.8/10."
- Mitch Booth, Metal Obsession.
"Adrift for Days is one of the most unique and original bands that have given the metal and rock in a long time... they have created a work that could be easily the best album of 2012. It's that simple. It's that scary. It's that beautiful."
- Ecos de R'Lyeh
"Take The Doors, Pink Floyd and Jimmy Hendrix, put them in a paint mixer and leave it running on over night on the lowest setting. When you get back the next day what will you find? The result will most likely be Adrift For Days, a group of droners, mental drifters rocking out to their post-metal brand of self-discovery."
- Johnny Sixstring, We Love Rock and Pop

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