Old Man Lizard ‎- Old Man Lizard - LP Clear Green

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Limited to 250 copies.

This trio from Suffolk area in UK create an incredible mix of melodic doom and sludge with stoner riffs and long running time songs, all blended with the awesome deep vocals of Jack, singer and guitarist! A debut album you must have if you like bands as Mastodon, Sleep, Kyuss.

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Genre
Doom Metal
Genre
Sludge
Format
Vinyl
Vinyl size
12" LP

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