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01 March 2018

Tunguska Mammoth featured on Decibel Magazine

Well, it took us more time than expected to bring you Tunguskma Mammoth first single but here it is. Tunguska Mammoth featured on Decibel Magazine their song “Kings and Queens”. If sludge metal or stoner metal is your thing (seriously, who doesn’t like some Mastodon or Torche from time to time), their song “Kings and Queens” is for you. It will eventually be available through our Bandcamp page for streaming, but in the meantime, make sure to head over Decibel Magazine to give it a try. There are no better judges than our own ears.

While you are there, get to know the band a little better by reading their interview. We (yes us) even learned a few things reading it. Unfortunately, we have yet to understand their fetishes for Mammoth. Not that we blame them, they were able to turn that in some pretty fantastic music.

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