Time to Die is the eighth studio album by English doom metal band Electric Wizard. It was released on 29 September 2014. It is their debut on Spinefarm, having left Rise Above. The album is the longest Electric Wizard studio album to date (excluding bonus tracks and the added silence at the end of Dopethrone). Jus Oborn – guitar, vocals, bass. Liz Buckingham – guitar. Mark Greening – drums, hammond organ. Chris Fielding - Mixing. Jus Oborn - Production.
Electric Wizard never really had a true fall from grace, but their first album in four years isn't quite the kick in the pants it was supposed to be. The band switched from Rise Above Records to Spinefarm and brought original drummer Mark Greening back in the fold, but recent disputes with Rise Above and Greening have soured this release's presentation. Fortunately, they still got a decent album out despite the unflattering aftershocks. After a good decade of psychedelic flirtations, Time To Die sees Electric Wizard going out of their way to recapture the old Dopethrone vibe
Recorded At – Skyhammer Studio.
The turn of the century saw Electric Wizard’s most celebrated album, 2000’s Dopethrone. Strewn with titanic Metal riffs, marijuana references, and horror movie camp, Dopethrone not only defined Electric Wizard’s sound and image, it also came to be recognized as one of the finest albums in the genre. Following the successes Electric Wizard has seen with Come My Fanatic. nd Dopethrone, the band released a string of solid albums from 2002 to 2010. Time to Die, more than anything, is a tar pit. From the moment the first chord is struck in Incense for the Damned, the listener is and struck with a sudden jolt of Doom-induced paralysis and sucked in. Jus Osborn and fellow guitarist Liz Buckingham’s massive guitar tones, paired with Count Orlof’s chunky bass tones give the same creeping impression as that of a cockroach burrowing into one’s skin.
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More albums from Electric Wizard: We Live by Electric Wizard. Witchcult Today by Electric Wizard. Let Us Prey by Electric Wizard. Wizard Bloody Wizard by Electric Wizard. Come My Fanatic. y Electric Wizard. Dopethrone by Electric Wizard. Electric Wizard by Electric Wizard. Black Masses by Electric Wizard. 4. Destroy Those Who Love God.
For their eighth album, "Time to Die", British black-doom cultists ELECTRIC WIZARD bring drummer Mark Greening back to the studio, and apparently they fell into their own trance as this album clocks in at more than sixty-five grueling minutes. Fans will be mesmerized by ELECTRIC WIZARD's extensive tone drenching on "Time to Die", while others with less time to invest are strongly advised against it. "Time to Die" is a brutal, scalding affair that will rape your senses and defy your temperament