Time and Withering

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Time and Withering
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RecordedMay 2004 at Cylo Studios, Nashville, TN
Genre Sludge metal
Label Translation Loss
Producer Chris Common
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Time and Withering is the debut album by the sludge metal band Mouth of the Architect. Recorded at Cylo Studios in Nashville, TN, between 14 and 16 May 2004. It was released on Translation Loss Records on CD only in 2004.


Track listing

1."A Vivid Chaos"12:07
2."Soil to Stone"11:24
3."Heart Eaters"4:57
4."The Worm"10:51


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