Released: March 31st 2015 (digital only, physical copies in print)
Label: Pissfork Anticulture
From: St Louis, MO
IV – this is one 44 minute track
If Dopesmoker was Sleep’s masterpiece then perhaps this is Fister’s own. Even though doom sports many epic length tracks it isn’t that often that you actually hear a thirty or forty minute track that can truly be called one single track. What Fister have created here is a song that takes you on one long epic journey without becoming droning which is something that has my eyelids dropping and zzzzs rising faster than you can say boring. This epic journey never gets boring as Fister mixes it up with the song changing speeds and styles as it plods along but I can see why they left it as one track rather than breaking it up as it really does hold together as just one long epic track though due to its length and changing tempo does feel like a complete album at the same time.