Hear all of Tomahawks new record ‘Oddfellows’ streaming now.

Published on January 22nd, 2013

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This is the first time this has happened to us here at SittingNow. One of the ‘big two’ (Fantomas/Tomahawk) Patton bands are releasing a new record of totally original new material. The question is, which of Kim and myself will review it? Maybe you’ll get two reviews? Who knows, I bet the tension is killing you!

Anyway, the guys and gals at Spin have been kind enough to hookup with Ipecac, and stream the entire album, free of charge, which is rather nice of them.

The new album, Oddfellows, hits stores on January the 19th. Here’s to a european tour post-haste!

(via: Spin)

About Ken Eakins


Ken Eakins is a Freelance Journalist, Academic, and Videographer from the UK. Ken started SittingNow in 2007 as a repository for all the esoteric and underground stuff that he enjoys researching. The map is not the territory!

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