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Harvestman: Music For Megaliths

Posted Feb. 26, 2017, 2:12 p.m. in Records by Loren
Harvestman: Music For Megaliths

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Harvestman will return with its fourth full-length later this year. Titled Music for Megaliths, the new record will release on May 19.


Harvestman is a solo project from Neurosis vocalist/guitarist Steve Von Till. Music for Megaliths also features Jason Roeder's drums on "Levitation" (Neurosis). The record itself was mastered by James Plotkin.

Music For Megaliths Track Listing:
1. The Forest Is Our Temple
2. Oak Drone
3. Ring Of Sentinels
4. Cromlech
5. Levitation
6. Sundown
7. White Horse

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