With the release of their third studio record, 'Yellow & Green,' Baroness have proven once again that they are capable of doing anything except stay complacent. Three albums and three EPs into their career, this band has continued to not allow itself to be defined by any specific genre; instead, they let the music speak for itself.
A devastating earthquake hit New York City last night. It affected somewhere between 2000-3000 people by a fault line created underneath 56th St. and 11th Ave at the Terminal 5 concert venue. Geologists believe that the earthquake was caused by sonic brutality unleashed by Meshuggah at their May 23 concert date. All concertgoers survived, but none will be the same.
Georgian progressive sludge-merchants Baroness have just released 'Take My Bones Away' from their upcoming 2012 full-length, 'Yellow & Green.' To say that this album is highly anticipated would diminish the insane online presence of Baroness' fans and their reactions to the new cut.
Savannah, Ga. sludgemeisters Baroness' upcoming album 'Yellow & Green' is set for release on July 17 via Relapse Records. The band will hit the road toward the end of April, including a stint opening for Meshuggah.
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