The Deluge

by Orbiter

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tobsucht80
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tobsucht80 Orbiters take a step forward. Carolin's vibrating voice fits the billowing sound of the Finns like the proverbial fist on the eye. Dark and oppressive. Highs down, bass up! Orbiters offer a mixture of 90s Desert Sound and a hint of Reverend Bizarre, garnished with Sabbath-ish riffs.

I hope there will be more soon. Favorite track: In Echoes.
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Abnormal Listening Habits Whoa!
The Deluge of kick ass Riffs along with the wonderful vocals will make anyone with a pulse click that buy button immediately. I hear hint of Clutch at times but maybe thats just me, anyway this is a blast. Favorite track: Orchids.
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Bone-crushing Sabbath-worshipping riffs meet otherwordly psychedelia and soaring vocals in this debut EP by Finnish doomers Orbiter.

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released January 29, 2020

Produced by Johannes Susitaival
Engineered and mixed by Sakari Ikonen
Recorded at Soundwell Studio in July - October 2019
Mastered by Brad Boatright / Audiosiege
Artwork by Zacharias Holmberg

℗ Orbiter, 2020.

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Orbiter Helsinki, Finland

Doom metal blending heavy riffs with otherworldly soundscapes and hypnotically soaring vocals.

Carolin - vocals
Alexander - lead guitar
Jere - guitar
Tuomas - low frequencies
Sami - drums
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