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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. N.I.B. (Cave-In)
2. The Wizard (Botch)

Line-up / Musicians

- Cave-In:
- Caleb Scofield / Bass
- J. R. Conners / Drums
- Adam McGrath / Guitar
- Stephen Brodsky / Vocals, Guitar

- Botch:
- Brian Cook / Bass
- Tim Latona / Drums
- David Knudson / Guitar
- Dave Verellen / Vocals

Releases information

Released by Hydra Head Records. This is a split 7" single featuring two Black Sabbath covers by Cave-In on side A and Botch on side B

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