BOG OAK will release this new effort via Svart Records on CD and on 12” in a limited edition of 500 on slime green vinyl.
Exploring the dark side is hardly a rarity in this shadowy corner of the music industry, but few bands do so with such grace. One of the best releases of 2014 – a must-have for everyone in the world. / DoomMetalHeaven
Sacramento’s Bog Oak has only been together for about a year and a half, but you’d never guess by listening to their first EP, A Treatise on Resurrection and The Afterlife. Their songs exhibit a mature sense of structure, and each track directly feeds into the next, which are both rare in the realm of crusty doom. As you’d guess from their name, Bog Oak’s sound intimately connects to the natural world. If Kylesa channeled the fierce environmentalism of Wolves in the Throne Room, the result would sound pretty damn close to Bog Oak. / CVLTNation
The mesmeric quality lies in the way the vocals work in tandem with the general procession of fluff and fuzz until all is still and Bog Oak retires to its hole where it shall prepare for another episode of creeping horror. You have been warned. / Metal Forces Magazine