Do You Like Doom? What About Free Doom? Get In Here To Win Some Doooooooooooooo
Around this time last year, Australian doom/death band Inverloch released their debut full-length to much acclaim. Their particular brand of doom is a moribund affair drenched in dread, rather than the comparatively friendly fuzzy stoner type we see so much of these days. The dense riffs lurch steadfast towards demise, the percussion echoes the gradual dismantlement of not only the surrounding physical environment but also the intangible, the two fusing together to invoke an atmosphere devoid of all hope and spirit, an incorporeal vacuum that envelops you entirely for nigh on 40 minutes. The quality songwriting found on Distance | Collapsed came as no surprise to some, considering the band is comprised of two members of the revered early 90’s Aussie act diSEMBOWELMENT, whose 1993 album Transcendence Into The Peripheral is regarded by many to be one of the true masterpieces of the genre…mostly because it is. Anyway, if you haven’t already done so, we highly recommend checking out Inverloch’s debut. Then after you decide that yes, you definitely want this album, proceed down below to see how you can win a copy.
Massive, huh? Totally befits the gigantic ancient island of death it originates from. Which brings us to the “show me how to fucking win this thing already” section of the competition. To get this album in your collection we want you to photochop either one of these pictures to illustrate how you think you would meet your doom in Australia. Include a short description/caption too if you think it will help your chances. The winner will be determined over the next week, so get to it!
So get to it! Even if you’ve never done this sort of thing before, don’t be timid, it’s easy to knock out a sloppy chop job with free sites such as Pixlr (Pixlr.com), Canva, or even trusty old MS Paint.
If you’d like to see some past examples of how easy it is to win one of our album giveaways, you can check out some of our most recent photochop contests below –