What's for Dunch?

by Doom Salad

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Dillon Ethier
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Dillon Ethier I'll be having Doom Salad for dunch for the foreseeable future. Brinner isn't out of the question, either. Favorite track: Dunch 3.
Christopher Moklebust
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Christopher Moklebust I've never taken kindly to the "math rock" genre, simply because the majority of it takes place in 4/4 time and it rarely ever switches; that, and so much of it sounds the same. But Doom Salad takes some of the elements typically associated with math rock and make it enough of their own - mixing it with some progressive/psychedelic rock. I'm actually the most comfortable just calling this progressive rock. Favorite track: Dunch 4.
Sam Birkett
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Sam Birkett Deliciously unhinged grooviness. Favorite track: Dunch 5.
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opinions are like onions they are digestible but for best results you must peel back the outer layers until you end up crying and realizing that the core is just as superficial as the surface and if you examine the very center you realize you have nothing but if you cook them for a while maybe with some butter they taste pretty good (some people don't like them still but that's their onion)

All Songs written and performed by Gardner, Wery, Pelton, Hinely, Hodge.


released October 22, 2013

Mixed and Mastered by Frangheim, Dohlman at
Swedishdasfeedus Studios

Artwork: Jared Morgan



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