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LA STORIA DI CANNIBALI

National Sunday Law

Experimental/Post Metal


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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. We dragged our tusks for miles and miles before the plains devoured them (11:00)
2. Dead Horse (2:16)
3. Seconds Left (free) (5:36)
4. To Hell With You (free) (2:48)
5. Down The Ocean (2:26)
6. Strong and Mighty like an Oak (10:12)
7. Anthropophagy (free) (3:02)
8. and they fly too close to the sun like Icarus (6:32)
9. The Story of Cannibals (16:26)

Total Time 60:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Derek Donley / Drums, Moog, Voice
- Darin Tambascio / Guitar, Celloblaster, Synth, Voice
Guests
- Sacha Dunable / Vocals on The Story of Cannibals

Releases information

Recorded and mixed by Alex Pasco and Derek Donley
Mastered by Colin Marston
Art by Danny Harmon

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4 stars Review n' 211 National Sunday Law - La Storia Di Cannibali A mostly unknown album from 2009 National Sunday Law is a band hided under the "new wave of psychedelia's" carpet. This new wave is full of "occult rock" groups trying to sound very 70s. Even in the vintage area, there's a hug ... (read more)

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