New Sasquatch record details

2013-06-11 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 6 Comments
US stoner rock act Sasquatch will drop their upcoming full length, IV, on September 24 through Small Stone Recordings. The cover and the tracklist can be viewed on the label's official website at the following link - http://www.smallstone.com/albuminfo.php?album=134
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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
June 11th 2013
3919 Comments


So stoked to hear this! III was so good.

Digging: Throttlerod - Turncoat

NodScene23
June 11th 2013
273 Comments


Oh my, excellent news.

Greg Fisher, where you at?

MuhNamesTyler
June 11th 2013
5567 Comments


No blurry cover art?

Riviere
June 11th 2013
872 Comments


Squatchy

greg84
Emeritus
June 12th 2013
7545 Comments


Haha. I'm here. The cover art is weird. Are these guys going to go industrial on us? Nah.

Digging: Xenia Rubinos - Black Terry Cat

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
June 12th 2013
3919 Comments


Yeah, pretty unexpected cover. The album will most probably gonna rule anyway.



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