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Infinity Overhead by Minus The Bear

Infinity Overhead
Vinyl LP - Sealed

Infinity Overhead
by Minus The Bear

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UNIM-DAN-9015
Label:
Dangerbird
Genre:
Rock
Format:
Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
842803009015
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Minus the Bear‘s fifth studio album Infinity Overhead is set for release on August 28th on Dangerbird Records.

The Seattle-based fivesome reunited with former member and longtime producer Matt Bayles (Mastodon, Isis, Cursive) to create a guitar-laden 10-track record that is heavy both on technicality and pop songcraft.

1. Steel and Blood
2. Lies and Eyes
3. Diamond Lightning
4. Toska
5. Listing
6. Heaven Is A Ghost Town
7. Empty Party Rooms
8. Zeros
9. Lonely Gun
10. Cold Company

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