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Leeches of Lore | Motel of Infinity

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Motel of Infinity

by Leeches of Lore

Leeches of Lore's new album "Motel of Infinity", recorded by Toshi Kasai (Melvins, Big Business, etc...) and mastered by JJ Golden is a masterpiece of noise rock, pop, surf and heavy metal experimentation.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Radium Jaws
2:00 album only
2. Don't Open Till Doomsday
2:28 album only
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3. The Sixth Finger
2:35 album only
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4. White Hole
1:55 album only
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5. The Man Who Was Never Born
3:24 album only
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6. Motel of Infinity
2:16 album only
7. The Sleeping God
3:26 album only
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8. White Debbie
2:38 album only
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9. The Olm
6:21 album only
10. Wroth-O-Voll
2:08 album only
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11. Noah's Soul (Is Burning)
4:56 album only
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12. Jeep Marmalade
4:12 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Album Notes
"It’s been a long three years since Albuquerque’s favorite weirdo sons Leeches of Lore last graced an unsuspecting cosmos with a full-length, and their new one, Motel of Infinity, stands as a testament to the genre-blender mastery the band has undertaken. Released by their own Lorchestral Recording Company, it slices, it dices, it riffs out, thrashes on, drops in, tunes out, digs mightily and thrusts in a manner not suitable for public transit. It rages and carouses and careens and tumbles. It rocks heavy and it rocks often, an 11-track/36-minute that sculpts chaos out of punk, riffs, rockabilly and various metals from thrash to black metal to doom and comes out of it at the end having not yet broken a sweat." - The Obelisk

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