Virginia experimental metal crew Inter Arma follow-up last year’s Sky Burial with The Cavern, a 40-minute, one-track composition. The band recorded the new music— which weaves together stoner metal, Americana, black metal, sludge, and more— during breaks from touring last year.
Inter Arma have outdone themselves with new album The Cavern. Check out the trippy underground visuals [you know, stalactites (because they hold on tight to the ceiling so they dont fall) and stalagmites] while streaming the whole thing over at Pitchfork. You can also choose to gaze adoringly (or menacingly) at a photo of the band should you like things like dudes, hair, and camo shorts. Anyway, this single track album brings to mind the doom of Cough and the epic progressive compositions of Candlemass.