9 thoughts on “ Unmarked Grave - R.I.P. (19) - Street Reaper (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Faekus says:
    Street Reaper by R.I.P., released 13 October 1. Unmarked Grave 2. Street Reaper 3. Mother Road 4. The Dark 5. The Other Side 6. Shadows Fools 7. Brimstone 8. .
  2. Tukinos says:
    Oct 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Street Reaper on Discogs. Label: RidingEasy Records - EZRDR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Numbered, Special Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal, Stoner Rock/5(4).
  3. Kigajind says:
    Vinyl LP pressing. release. When R.I.P. came crawling out of the sewers of Portland, Oregon, last year, their grimy, sleazy street doom was already a fully formed monstrosity, quickly infecting the minds of everyone it encountered/5(2).
  4. Turisar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Street Reaper on Discogs/5(5).
  5. Kale says:
    Aug 28,  · Sure, ‘Street Reaper’ is less a Vitus inspired record than I lead on, but it has all of that spirit when it gets down to business. With all of the bogus, derivative and ultra-serious doom metal coming out of Europe this album is a throat-slashing reliever and a reset button on what was looking like a semi-boring career from this NW doom band/5(1).
  6. Shakticage says:
    Description R.I.P. “Street Reaper” Out Worldwide 10/13/17 Single LP Clear Vinyl Die Hard with front cover art printed on a heavy stock paper with bonus picture disc 7″ of Shadow Folds (not on LP) and Street Reaper that coincide with the version purchased of each band member.
  7. Mezijind says:
    Street Reaper opens with the knockout punch of “Unmarked Grave” and the rest is just sheer bludgeoning for bludgeoning’s sake as the album echoes the grimy vibe of legends like Saint Vitus, Pentagram and Motorhead, with the no b.s. aesthetic of the early Metal Massacre compilations.
  8. Mazujin says:
    When R.I.P. came crawling out of the sewers of Portland, Oregon in , their grimy, sleazy street doom was already a fully formed monstrosity, quickly infecting the minds of everyone it sthesanavmirelo.cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.co, borne from the band's declining mental health and an increased focus on songwriting, Street Reaper is even more unhinged and menacing than their debut In The Wind.
  9. Fauhn says:
    Portland street doom band's latest is a raw manifesto of heavy metal ferocity. When R.I.P. came crawling out of the sewers of Portland, Oregon, last year, their grimy, sleazy street doom was already a fully formed monstrosity, quickly infecting the minds of everyone it encountered.

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