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Faces of Bayon / Press

“If you think you might be getting immune to heaviness, then you better give this album a spin. This is one of the heaviest releases this year and one of the most bone-charring albums ever released within the doom metal scene.”

“With the singer/guitarist coming from Warhorse, it almost surpasses Warhorse at least in my opinion. This trio has come out with a strong debut album, almost as strong as Electric Wizard’s self titled debut, so heavy and pychedelic.”

“What's particularly refreshing about Faces of Bayon is the fact that the band shakes up their slooooowly galumphing method with measures cut from a clearly different cloth.”

“Proffering doomed desolation with just an edge of riff worship and plenty of tonal brutality, Massachusetts trio Faces of Bayon leave a huge impression with their debut full-length, "Heart of the Fire".”

“The band assault you with earth shaking, bone jarring riffs that have a fuzzed out feel. Roared death-style vocals add to the impact. This, their first album, was dedicated to Matt Davis, and it's a pretty damned good monument. ”

“This album is a trip through a yawning, cosmic wormhole, one that will purify your soul by subjecting you to the horrors it holds inside. Anyone into this kind of sludge-y, brutish rock should investigate this band without any further hesitation!”

“This album packs a great punch, and will fit perfectly into any Stoner/Doom Metal collection. Faces of Bayon are definitely an up and coming talent in the Metal world, playing an excellent brand of original, heavy, and crushing tonnage that will get your heart pumping.”

“Here is their six song debut album; a 50 minute-plus excursion into the depths of despair and as such, Heart of the Fire is not for the faint of heart or the instantaneous, simplified metal follower.”

“This is a masterpiece!”

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