by Tombstone Highway

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Skyler Isaac
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Skyler Isaac This one almost defies explanation. Country-tinged stoner doom? Does that sound about right? I guess that doesn't really matter. No matter what you call it, it's still excellent. Favorite track: Old Blood.
Mr. Melton
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Mr. Melton When I joined Bandcamp in Oct. 2014, this was the frist thing I added to my Wishlist way back then.

Well, it's taken me until 25th September 2016 to finally buy it and having just listened to it all, WOW!!
Why, oh why, did it take me so long to buy it?

This goes very high up on my list of "Best things I've Bought from Bandcamp" list.

This is seriously good "Southern Style" sludgey-metal. The use of the Banjo is superb! Gives that extra edge.

A foot tapping, head banging masterpiece! Favorite track: Ruralizer.
Chris Foster
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Chris Foster This album is outstanding.

nothing more ..... nothing less.

Outstanding. Favorite track: Bite The Dust (and bleed).
That Rhythm Guitarist
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That Rhythm Guitarist I literally can't explain my love of this album enough. As soon as I heard it, I new I just had to have it. I actually went through the process of making an account just to buy it. If you like country influences in your metal, this is album is for you. Favorite track: Old Blood.
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Bruce Having grown up in north Mississippi I can vouch for the authenticity of this stuff. Redneck-y groove riffage infused with just the right mix of doomy Sabbath influence. Zakk Wylde never sounded this convincingly Southern. Favorite track: Acid Overlord.
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Hamstar Chunky riffs, harmonica, pitch harmonics with just enough country thrown in. So kickass. Wicked southern/stoner metal sound to it. Ruralizer sounds like some demon that kidnaps city slickers and sets them loose in the country where they become so petrified of the mud, trees and open air that they melt into nice fertilizer for crops. Favorite track: Ruralizer.
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Tombstone Highway emerges from the muddy shores of The Po River in Piacenza (Italy) and draws strong inspiration from the rural and folklore parts of its homeland. Their debut album is a classic blend of feisty Stoner/Southern Rock and Doom Metal, with catchy guitar solos and old-school heavy metal parts that may remind of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Corrosion of Conformity, Pride and Glory, Down, Black Sabbath, or even ZZ Top riffage. Apart from Hard Rock instruments, the band uses also a banjo and Hammond organs.

Commented by the band: "We're very proud of how the album came out and we strongly believe it's the perfect way to begin our legacy. People into heavy, ballsy southern-tinged Hard Rock should take note!"


released March 12, 2013

The album is available in following formats:

-digipack CD




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