The Sciences is the fourth studio album by American doom metal band Sleep. The album was released with little warning on April 20, 2018 through Third Man Records. It was the band's first full-length album since Dopesmoker (2003) on which the song "Sonic Titan" appeared as a live bonus track. Just a month after the release of The Sciences, Sleep released the non-album song "Leagues Beneath" through Adult Swim's 2018 weekly single series.
Album · 2017 · 1 Song. Released: 10 Feb 2017. 2017 Southern Lord Recordings. See All. Sleep's Holy Mountain.
Leagues Beneath" is a single by the American stoner rock band Sleep. The song was released for free digitally on May 23, 2018 through Adult Swim's 2017 singles series, marking Sleep's second entry following 2014's "The Clarity". Leagues Beneath" was released a month after the band's 2018 return album, The Sciences, which marked Sleep's first full-length studio release in twenty years. Later in 2018, "Leagues Beneath" was released on etched vinyl through Third Man Records.
Album Name The Clarity. Type EP. Released date 2014. Music StyleStoner Doom. Members owning this album2. Other productions from Sleep.
Musicians: Al Cisneros: bass, vocals. MusicBrainz: The Clarity. this site: The Clarity. MetalArchives: The Clarity. MetalKingdom: The Clarity.
Album: The Clarity - Single, 2017. New song by the Stoner/Doom Metal legend Sleep. Lyrics: From the temple stone Smokes the lambsbread Through dream, sleep and in waking. Toward the weed fields To That which holds the worlds Walks the Sinsemillian. Refutes death Remains stoned constantly The dealer breaks the eclipse. All are stoned thereafter.
That above is 'The Clarity', the new single from Californian stoner behemoths Sleep - their first new release since Dopesmoker, their single-track album released in 2003 - and has been put out as a free download through Adult Swim's Singles series. The band reunited in 2009 for live outings, and have, it seems, recently been sketching out some new material.
The album is, in the purest and most straightforward sense, a logical and hugely satisfying progression for Sleep and a very worthy follow-up to their previous work. I cannot get behind these vocals though, they are certainly dull in comparison to what I would expect from a "Doom Metal" sound.