Furnace by B A T I L L U S, released 19 April 2011 . .And the World is as Night to Them 2. Deadweight 3. Uncreator 4. The Division 5. What Heart 6. Mautaam. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. CD includes bonus track "The Division" not included on the LP. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Furnace via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days.
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Furnace (2011) by Batillus. Labels: Seventh Rule. Genres: Sludge Metal, Doom Metal. Members: Willi Stabenau, Geoff Summers, Greg Peterson, Fade Kainer.
The Batillus, a supertanker built to transport massive amounts of oil, was one enormous ship. It could transport over 550,000 tons of material safely and was over 1,300 feet in length (more than 3 football fields). However, according to popular folklore the album, Furnace, by Batillus, when placed on-board, sunk the mighty vessel in under a minute due to its shear heaviness. All joking aside, Batillus is a blackened doom metal band from New York aptly named after the ship of the same name. The album of topic today is Furnace and is one of the only doom metal albums I’ve actually come to like.
Label: Seventh Rule Recordings – SRULE022. Format: CD, Album, Digipak. Recorded By, Mixed By – Batillus, Sanford Parker. Vocals, Synth, Lyrics By, Noises – Fade Kainer.
And the World Is As Night to Them, 08:53.
Batillus was a supertanker, built in 1976 by Chantiers de l'Atlantique at Saint-Nazaire for the French branch of Shell Oil. The first vessel of homonymous Batillus class supertankers.
His work on this album brings the music to a whole other level of monstrous doom, far beyond the already impressive like Pelican, but heavier sound of their earlier work. And due to the constant changes of the music, you never get the feeling that the atmospheric electronics are just being used to cover the fact that they’ve run out of ideas.
Album · 2011 · 6 Songs. See All. Concrete Sustain. Batillus/Mutilation Rites Split - Single.