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At the Maw of Ruin

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“What sets them apart from their cohorts is that they’ve interspersed these more traditional passages with some genuinely fresh and exciting takes on the genre.

It makes for a genuinely interesting listen that will keep you on your toes from start to finish.” -- Kerrang

“The most impactful developments can be felt in the musicians’ performances. The vocals in particular have stepped up nicely, sitting more prominently in the mix and bringing more confidence into a mix of bleakly effeminate cleans, harsh bellows, and even a bit of gravelly spoken word. Of course, the guitars remain the primary focus in the presentation and benefit greatly from a fuller tone that allows for deeper fuzz excursions and extended psychedelic trip-outs.” -- Ghost Cult Magazine

"Getting the balance between the gargantuan doom and mystical aura of psychedelia spot on, GREEN DRUID have capitalised on the promise shown on 2018’s debut and judging on the exquisite quality of At The Maw Of Ruin, great things lie just around the corner.” -- Distorted Sound

“Like all bass, fuzz, and riff heavy albums, this is one you have to feel for yourself. But unlike many other albums in the genre, and in true Denver fashion, this album will also keep you on your toes and listening carefully. There’s much to be discovered underneath the surface and in its meta structure, so keep those ears peeled.” -- Heavy Blog is Heavy.

“A few moments into the first track, “The Forest Dark,” I felt as if a hole had opened up in the sky above and all manner of beast and demon had been unleased upon this world. The Earth surely risks being swallowed whole when this band plugs in.” -- New Noise Magazine

“Cold melodic vocals transform into the hissing of orc mages then into the howl of a raging berserker and back again. The locality of intent moves from the immediate to the cosmic, and the focus of the attack switches from bludgeon to knife’s edge between your labored breaths.” -- Flying Fiddlesticks Blog

“It’s a peregrination that will latch on to you and will endure long after hearing it. If you’re looking for a concept-heavy metal record with an excellent production and great writing, look no further than At the Maw of Ruin.” -- Sputnik Music

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released December 4, 2020

Graham Zander: Guitars
Chris McLaughlin: Guitars/Vocals
Ryan Skates: Bass
Mikey Honiotes: Drums
Additional Vocals on "Desert of Fury/Ocean of Despair" by Grant Netzorg of In the Company of Serpents
"Threads" written by Portishead

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Green Druid Denver, Colorado

The cosmic death lingers ever closer, looming in the back of all of our minds, channeled through our amps, drums and guitars. Playing these riffs is a form of life affirmation to us. To remind us that we are still alive and we have the power to wield our pain through the catalyst of our instruments. ... more

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