Brothers of the Nod

by Shooting Guns/Hawkeyes

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DEREK McADAM Split ep with some fine tunes.. instrumental goodness..from both bands... Favorite track: Hawkeyes - Orange Monkey (Hotter Reprise).
Frederick Jones
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Frederick Jones Listened to this split a couple of times and really can't pick a favorite. There are two exceptional bands here that just rock hard and is worthy of being in any ones collection. Don't miss out on this.
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warstreets The cover says it all: A fair warning to the listener whose flesh and mind are about to be peeled.
Nihilist Prayer
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Nihilist Prayer This is an album which apart from being heavy-as-all-hell in a psyche sense, eases any fan of the genre into the rest of their day/s when listened to first thing in the morning. Every track as sweet as the one before; no doubt with these two Canadian kings in on one spectacular split. Favorite track: Shooting Guns - Halls of Grief.
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DHU RECORDS This must be the most interesting instrumental split of MMXV.

Shooting Guns explore the vast lands of dust and bones with interstellar magnificence while Hawkeyes travel through space and time to submerge and dive into an ultra sonic unconcious, both mediating the same principle: sonic excess in it's purest form.

Hail! ☩
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  • Limited Editon 12" Vinyl (Blue w/ Orange Swirl)
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Nov 21, 2015: Fresh off the press!! We've got 60 of the Brothers of the Nod vinyl back in stock in a new blue w/orange swirl color.

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released August 15, 2015



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Shooting Guns Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Shooting Guns are hard at work fortifying the heavy end of the psychedelic spectrum. Hailing from the subarctic wasteland of Saskatoon, SK, they haunt the foggy moor between Sabbath-styled doom riffery and heavy pulse-riding kraut-rock.

Their debut LP, Born To Deal In Magic: 1952-1976, was nominated for the Polaris Prize in 2012 and the 2nd LP, Brotherhood of the Ram, was released in Oct 2013.
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