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Dead Roots Stirring

by Elder

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Marcin Wielewski
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Marcin Wielewski This album should be in top 10 of stoner hall of fame, among "Tempel" "Welcome To Sky Valley" etc. Favorite track: Dead Roots Stirring.
Frank Ciccone
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Frank Ciccone I'm all about this. From the very first moments of Gemini, this album crashes through the gates of your mind like a weathered giant made of stone lumbering home, its booming footsteps leaving lasting impressions. Not a second of disappointment to be found, this entire work of art is diamond-solid. Favorite track: Dead Roots Stirring.
Rod Astorga
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Rod Astorga In my opinion, this is Elder's first truly great album. It is with this release that Elder begins to truly develop their unique style and, subsequently is where they begin to transcend classification. Stoner metal? Groove metal? Prog metal? Sludge metal? Heavy-Acid Rock? What is it? Only the listener and the artists can determine that. Dead Roots Stirring is truly unique and is a diamond among groove-heavy music. Favorite track: III.
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Gemini 09:40
III 08:43
The End 09:16
Knot 11:56


Recorded by Clay Neeley at Black Coffee Sound in Northampton, MA
Mixed by Justin Pizzoferrato


released January 1, 2011


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Elder Berlin, Germany

Elder melds the sounds of heavy psychedelic rock with progressive elements and evocative soundscapes.


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