Following a lengthy dormancy, notorious doom derelicts, GRAVES AT SEA, rise again! Now based in Portland and buoyed by a killer new rhythm section, the band will drop the This Place Is Poison 12-inch EP upon the living this Spring via the volume dealers at Eolian Empire. Side A's "This Place Is Poison" finds the all-consuming, slow-motion sludge for which the band is so synonymous flooding in with a torrent of crusted-over guitars anchored away by swampy bass rumbles and earth-rupturing drums all bathed in the howls and shrieks of the damned. But in shaking off their cobwebs, Graves At Sea have emerged reanimated with a heretofore unheard speed, at least when compared to their syrupy crawl of the past. On Side B, Black Sabbath's "Orchid" and "Lord Of This World" get bold re-imaginings: "Orchid" is eroded beyond its essence into a morose march towards death while "Lord of This World" gets a grim reconfiguration with grisly riffs, bilious hisses and a blackened atmosphere that takes the original to a dark, desolate realm of desperation and despair. Limited to 1,000 copies and packaged with black inner sleeves, standard metallic gold on black jackets and one-sided metallic gold on black inserts with an included download code.