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  • Version: Opaque Pink Vinyl
  • SKU: KVR-012
  • Format: LP
  • UPC: 760137129882
  • Street Date: 12/29/23
  • PreBook Date: 06/16/23
  • Label: King Volume Records »
  • Genre: Metal
  • Run Time: 36 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2023
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 45
  • Territory: WORLD


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Auralayer - Thousand Petals

Powerful stoner pop metal. Crushing, doom songs in psych pop sizes pieces. POWER DOOM is here! Throwback to the 00's metal creative and concise.

Auralayer - Thousand Petals
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Auralayer, the visionary and captivating power trio out of Greenville, SC, has announced the release of their raucous debut album, Thousand Petals. Delivering a unique blend of powerful doom riffs, kinetic progressive rock drums, and electrifying pop-inspired melodies, Thousand Petals is impressively heavy and undeniably catchy. Recorded and produced by Phillip Cope of Kylesa.


Track Listing

  • The Lake
  • All My Time
  • Christ Antler
  • Faith To Reason
  • Shelf Black
  • Peacemonger
  • You Walk
  • Dance To Thrash
  • Monstrum

Sales Points

  • FFO: Mastodon, Torche, The Sword, Queens Of The Stone Age. Single released by New Noise Magazine and Decibel Magazine. Video premier via New Noise Magazine and Weedian.

Press Quotes

They cap likewise melodic and intense on 'You Walk,' nakedly referencing Sleep as they gleefully chug toward Thousand Petals' final payoff, but there's a richer mix at play throughout the proceedings thanks to the sonic persona readily on display. That is, whatever aspects come across as familiar -- that looming air of Goatsnake not directly traceable to any single riff, for example -- Auralayer are purposeful in sounding like themselves.

     —JJ Koczan, THE OBELISK


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