This limited edition of 250 hand-numbered silkscreen slipcases printed by Kayrock Screenprinting in Brooklyn, New York, features artwork by longtime Baroness collaborator and artist Marald van Haasteren. This four-color print on Black Licorice French Paper is custom to perfectly fit, display and protect your limited edition magazine, featuring commissioned artwork for Revolver’s JUNE/JULY 2019 cover by artist and Baroness vocalist-guitarist John Dyer Baizley. This cover is only available in this exclusive package.
Savannah, Georgia's BARONESS blow the lid off their cauldron of hall of fame riffs on their first record for Relapse and debut full-length titled Red Album. With a sound built upon a resolute sense of purpose and shaped by hundreds of explosive live shows, BARONESS position themselves at the forefront of heavy music with an epic album that is at once powerful, expressive, confident, and commanding. Red Album sees the band expand its sonic vision; colossal riffs and haunting vocals roll like thunder across epic songs spanning both the intense and the sublime. As Red Album proves, BARONESS' formidable reputation proceeds them for a reason.
Savannah, Georgia's Baroness aren't the heaviest-hitting band on the Southern sludge scene, nor are they its fiercest instrumentalists. They are, however, the most song-minded act in that crowded world, a quality they put to excellent use throughout their follow-up to 2007's celebrated Red Album. Whether they're breaking out the acoustics and going John Fahey folky ("Blackpowder Orchard"), rumbling through a six-minute barbarian-thrash jam ("Swollen and Halo") or layering creepy spoken-word samples over a speedy disco-metal beat, Baroness retained a sense of melody and structure here that had Blue Record resonating far beyond the bayou.
YELLOW & GREEN
Channeling the alienation and sonic grandeur of Pink Floyd’s The Wall, erstwhile Southern sludge merchants Baroness largely left metal behind when they unveiled this stunning double album in 2012. Spearheaded by thundering single “Take My Bones Away” and rumbling rocker “March to the Sea,” the rest of Yellow & Green offers shimmering melodies (“Cocainium,” “Eula,” “Collapse”), quirky indie rock (“Psalms Alive,” “Mtns. (The Crown & Anchor)”) and wistful folk (“If I Forget Thee, Low Country”). J. Bennett
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