SUMMONER release "Day of Doom Live" today

SUMMONER release "Day of Doom Live" today

SUMMONER "Day of Doom Live"

SUMMONER release "Day of Doom Live" today, on December 11th. The Bostonian psychedelic heavy headbangers' live album is now streaming in full at the links below, which are also available for immediate publication:

Magnetic Eye Records present a blistering live document of their flagship band SUMMONER ripping it up onstage at the "Day of Doom" label showcase at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus Bar. This once-in-a-lifetime gathering was held in November 2019 to celebrate MER's first decade. It featured nine roster acts performing back-to-back, with the four headline sets captured live by Chris Johnson (DEAFHEAVEN, SUMMONER) to commemorate the event as a set of exclusive live albums.

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1. Skies of the Unknown (live)

2. Let the Light in (live)

3. The Interloper (live)

4. The Prophecy (live)

5. Into the Abyss (live)

6. Horns of War (live)

7. Conjuring (live)

"Day of Doom Live" presents SUMMONER blasting the stage with the signature riffs and solos of twin-guitarists AJ Peters and Joe Richner as well as the soaring, layered vocals of bassist and singer Chris Johnson, who also handles bass in post-black metal sensation DEAFHEAVEN. Their heavy music is thunderously delivered in a heated live setting, where SUMMONER launch catchy songs that they propel beyond the realm of light and into oblivion.

Over the course of three albums and appearances on several Redux releases, SUMMONER have honed their sound, which draws heavily from classic 70s and early 80s metal, as well as more modern spacefaring psychedelics. Lyrically the four Americans from Boston, Massachusetts are adding related themes, which are rooted in science fiction and fantasy.

Release date: December 11th

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Available formats

Digisleeve CD

Limited edition purple vinyl

Worldwide edition classic black vinyl

4CD Hardcover Art Book feat. all 4 live albums from Summoner, Elephant Tree, Domkraft, and Horsehunter

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