DiscoverThe Metal Cell PodcastEpisode 117: Nomadic Rituals Craig (Bass/Vocals) & Mark (drums) talk about their fantastic new sludge/doom release "Tides" along with an insight into their band that was formed in 2012.
Episode 117: Nomadic Rituals Craig (Bass/Vocals) & Mark (drums) talk about their fantastic new sludge/doom release "Tides" along with an insight into their band that was formed in 2012.

Episode 117: Nomadic Rituals Craig (Bass/Vocals) & Mark (drums) talk about their fantastic new sludge/doom release "Tides" along with an insight into their band that was formed in 2012.

Update: 2021-04-08
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Myself and Danielle were delighted to welcome Nomadic Rituals, Craig (Bass/Vocals) & Mark (drums) talk about their fantastic new sludge/doom release "Tides". The three piece, signed to Cursed Monks Records, formed back in 2012 and have released one of the best Irish albums this year. Craig & Mark talk us through the songs and the recording of "Tides" along with an insight into their band. Hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed talking to the two lads. If you haven't already please subscribe to the show. Thanks Richie.

Nomadic Rituals Links:

https://nomadicrituals.bandcamp.com/album/tides

https://www.facebook.com/NomadicRituals

Songs featured and permission granted:

Cassini-Huygens Part 2 (Last Transmission) (c) Nomadic Rituals, 2021 all rights reserved.

Tumulus (c) Nomadic Rituals, 2021 all rights reserved.

Winter (feat. Mia Govoni)(c) Raum Kingdom 2018 all rights reserved.

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Episode 117: Nomadic Rituals Craig (Bass/Vocals) & Mark (drums) talk about their fantastic new sludge/doom release "Tides" along with an insight into their band that was formed in 2012.

Episode 117: Nomadic Rituals Craig (Bass/Vocals) & Mark (drums) talk about their fantastic new sludge/doom release "Tides" along with an insight into their band that was formed in 2012.

Richard Duhig