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When there’s no room left in hell, the dead will walk among us. It must be pretty packed down there as Hexham’s Peace Burial At Sea have reanimated and are now wandering the North East scene again, redelivering their distinct brand of alternative rock – a concoction of postrock, post-hardcore and a dash of electronic.

Following on from their 2006 self-titled album, Peace Burial At Sea will be steadily releasing a series of songs, starting with the aptly titled A Slow Attack (Pt.1). These songs have been a decade in the making; having been written and partially recorded throughout the years. Fans of the band’s previous work will delight in the return of atmospheric, doom inducing, ferocious yet fragile B-Movie themed romps. Nevertheless, there is still something fresh and necessary that will entice new fans to discover and fall for their special take on the genre.

A Slow Attack (Pt.1) rides the extremely narrow line of triumph and utter defeat. The band have created a world of incredible bleakness that is surrounded by a gentle warmth. One that you can’t help becoming enthralled in.

Peace Burial At Sea release A Slow Attack (Pt.1) on 30th October

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