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WTF?: Primarkial release low-budget Primordial covers album ‘The Gardening Wildebeest’
It’s low-budget versions of songs by one of the greatest bands of our time. By a band called Primarkial who’ve monikered their album ‘The Gardening Wildebeest’. Er… what?
We could try describing this, but we can’t really do it justice (the “impression” of Alan Averill’s amazing vocals, the way they’ve “replicated” Primordial’s incredible guitar sound, the album cover… it’s beyond description). Maybe you’d better just listen to this yourselves. We’re too gobsmacked for words.
Should you feel this is something you need in your life, ‘The Gardening Wildebeest’ is available for free download from Primarkial’s bandcamp. Primark metal is born.