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Hives in Decline

The Ditch and the Delta

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Hives in Decline
The Ditch and the Delta
6:55
2
Fuck on Asphalt
The Ditch and the Delta
5:57
3
Sleeping Dogs
The Ditch and the Delta
4:41
4
Dry Land
The Ditch and the Delta
2:01
5
Till Body Quits
The Ditch and the Delta
4:44
6
Mud
The Ditch and the Delta
4:57
7
Dread Spectacle
The Ditch and the Delta
5:36
Total Playing Time    34:51
"A sludge band hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah might feel frustrated by the environment they live in ... (The Ditch and the Delta) works through the suppression and alienation of everyday life ... hits like a ton of bricks."
- Decibel

Hives in Decline is the highly-anticipated debut from Salt Lake City sludge rock innovators The Ditch and the Delta, consisting of guitarist and vocalist Elliot Secrist, bassist and vocalist Kory Quist and drummer Charles Bogus.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Prosthetic Records Studio Masters

Engineered by Andy Patterson.
Mastered by Audio Siege
Arranged by The Ditch and the Delta
Art by Charles Bogus
Layout by Derek Ballard

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