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Slug Comparison

by Slug Comparison

a progressive gloom-ridden perspective on rock
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Bringer of Doom
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2. You've Seen Me
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3. Summer '99
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4. Short of Hell
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5. Evil Walks
3:13 $0.99
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6. Long Live the Night
8:36 $1.98
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7. In the Dark With Divinity
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8. Something to Bear
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9. Common Room
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Slug Comparison is the solo project of Fen vocalist/guitarist Doug Harrison. Known for blending darkness and light, acoustic and electric, Harrison deepens his exploration of these elements with nine new songs that feel like a ‘Part II’ to Fen’s acclaimed album Trails Out Of Gloom.

The Slug Comparison recordings came together over a two year period. They feature drummer Randall Stoll (Fen - Congenital Fixation), bassist Mike Young (The Devin Townsend Band, Fen - Trails Out Of Gloom), and producer Mike Southworth, who has worked with Fen since 2002.

While similar to Trails Out Of Gloom, Slug Comparison reveals Harrison’s growth as a vocalist and songwriter, experimenting with techno-industrial sounds in “Bringer of Doom,” using a vocal character in “Evil Walks,” and surpassing himself compositionally with the multi-layered, multi-movement, anti-war epic, “Long Live the Night,” which includes an extended slide guitar solo, a choir, and battlefield soundscapes.

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