A Cry of Despair

by Tree Of Sores

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A CRY OF DESPAIR

1. Tree of Sores - A Cry of Despair 27:41

Tree Of Sores return to the fray, with their 2nd release, A Cry Of Despair, which follows on from their debut self-titled EP.

Hailing from Leeds, the band deal in epic, dark and ambient soundscapes moving from moments of sombre refelection to unrelenting nightmare. Forgoing the traditional verse/chorus/verse format, Tree Of Sores have opted for 1 song that weighs in at 28 minutes long, and features around 6 or 7 riffs or movements. For fans of Neurosis, Pelican and Wolves In The Throne Room.

Limited to 250 copies, this CD comes in a clear sleeve with a 240mm x 240mm double-sided print that showcases the art of Black Uroborus. It is also available as pay-what-you-want download through Bandcamp, and the traditional digital outlets like Spotify, iTunes and Amazon.

Recorded and produced by Ross Halden at Ghost Town Studios (Rolo Tomassi, Castrovalva, Hawk Eyes), Leeds
Mastered by Jonny Teanby at Fragment Mastering
www.fragmentmastering.co.uk
Main artwork and layout by Black Uroborus
www.blackuroborus.com
Reverse background by Richard Thomas
Logo on reverse by Tony Shephard
www.shephardcreative.com

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released May 3, 2012

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Matt Faragher - Guitar & Vocals
Ben Hague - Drums
Joe Hall - Bass

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A nightmare in a damaged brain

Leeds 3 piece taking influences from doom to crust to post-metal

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Track Name: Tree of Sores - A Cry of Despair
Air on fire
Fall from the sky
Burning horizon
Steel hits the ground
Humanity perish
Thunder abound
Ground cracks open
Swallowing remains
Dancing on rooftops
Darkness prevails