New Prosthetic signings NORTH present two monolithic doom / metal recordings on one cd album. Long out of print, a towering collection of sparse atmospheres and colossal riffs for appreciators of Neurosis, Jesu, Slint, Kylesa and Engine Kid. During their prolific first decade, the Tucson-based gloom metal trio NORTH released four acclaimed EPs and two well-received full-lengths in addition to playing nearly 300 shows across America with the likes of Deafheaven, Red Fang, Neurosis, Pelican and Intronaut. In 2015, the band's profile will continue to rise via reissues of their debut release "Siberia" (2006) and their most recent EP "Metanoia" (2014), which will be made available the same day that two songs from the group's new album -- tentatively due out this winter -- will be unveiled digitally. "Siberia," which has been out of print for years, showcases the group's compelling origins as a post-metal instrumental outfit, while "Metanoia" -- which was self-released in limited quantities last year -- displays the sludgy brand of doom that Decibel hails as "a wall of crushing, psychedelia-tinged post-Neur-Isis mania."