Friday Freebie – Grales

GRALES – REMEMBER THE EARTH BUT NEVER COME BACK

Straight from Montreal, Québec comes GRALES and after releasing a demo in 2019 they released their new Remember the Earth but Never Come Back album back in October. It’s got all the doom, all the sludge and all the metal you need. It got mentioned on the October Peroration post and it is has been slowly but relentlessly creeping into everyones blood ever since… Your veins await GRALES!

Martin Doomed Desbois wrote: “Canadian Doom sludgers GRALES released Remember The Earth But Never Come Back. Their debut album following their Demo. Exploring furthermore on the darker spectrum of life, with harsh vocals and dirty riffs soaked in the massive, loud, and mighty forged cauldron of darkened doom. While sludge tends to offer standard duration songs, GRALES stretches the continuum, delivering songs that crushes the soul and leaving the mind affected. Five songs for about forty-four minutes of suffering while the listener ask for more. Groovy, stoner-ish at times, fierce and merciless. They quitted the Earth and never came back, and we wish they never parted ways with us! Doom sludge in its finest form!”

JJ wrote on The Obelisk: “Laced with noise, sludged to the gills it’s fortunate enough to have so it can breathe in the rising ocean waters, and pointed in its lurch, the five-song/43-minute outing takes the directionless fuckall of so many practitioners of its genre and sets itself apart by knowing and naming exactly what it’s mad about. It’s mad about wage theft, climate change, the hopelessness that surrounds most while a miserly few continue to pillage what should belong to everybody. The question asked in “Agony” answers itself: “What is the world without our misery? We’ll never know.” With this perspective in mind and a hint of melody in the finale “Sic Transit Mundus,” Grales offer a two-sided tape through From the Urn Records that is gripping in its onslaught and stirring despite its outward misanthropy.

Steve Howe wrote on Outlaws Of The Sun: “Remember The Earth But Never Come Back is a well-produced and excellent sounding album if you dig your Doom/Sludge Metal on the heavier DISTORTED side of life. The creative mood of the entire album is complex and engaging thanks to the brutal sounds, superb harsh vocals and sublime lyrics Grales have written for this album. My final thoughts is that Remember The Earth But Never Come Back is a first rate album that brilliantly showcases everything I love about the Doom/Sludge Metal Underground scene.”

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