℗ 2018 Relapse Records Inc.
Released August 17, 2018
Duration 33m 06s
Genre Metal

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Ancient Brewing Tactics

Trappist

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1.1
No Soldier Left Behind
Trappist
1:17
1.2
This Means Wort
Trappist
0:42
1.3
Tesguino  EXPLICIT
Trappist
1:06
1.4
The Patron Saints
Trappist
3:05
1.5
Hymn to Ninkasi
Trappist
1:15
1.6
Waiting in Line – First Stanza  EXPLICIT
Trappist
0:05
1.7
Giving the Boot to Reinheitsgebot
Trappist
3:50
1.8
Swignorant  EXPLICIT
Trappist
1:42
1.9
Nihamanchnihamanchii
Trappist
0:59
1.10
Frank the Tank
Trappist
2:38
1.11
No Corporate Beer  EXPLICIT
Trappist
1:52
1.12
Victims of a Bomber Raid
Trappist
1:38
1.13
99 Problems (But a Beer Ain't One)  EXPLICIT
Trappist
1:38
1.14
Proost-Op  EXPLICIT
Trappist
0:54
1.15
Waiting in Line – Second Stanza  EXPLICIT
Trappist
0:19
1.16
To the Pint  EXPLICIT
Trappist
0:52
1.17
You're the Reason
Trappist
1:02
1.18
Garbage Human  EXPLICIT
Trappist
1:58
1.19
Waiting in Line – Third Stanza  EXPLICIT
Trappist
0:04
1.20
Wolves in the Taproom  EXPLICIT
Trappist
1:41
1.21
Trappist-1: Final Gravity
Trappist
4:29
Los Angeles craft beer connoisseurs Trappist brew forth their highly-anticipated, debut full-length Ancient Brewing Tactics. Formed in 2014 and consisting of scene legends Chris Dodge (Spazz, ex-Infest, ex-Despise You, etc.), Phil Vera (Crom, Despise You, ex-(16)-) and Ryan Harkins (co-owner of popular heavy metal-themed burger joint Grill Em’ All, ex-Killed In Action), Trappist have one clear mission, to annihilate the listener with a storm of d-beat, crust punk, powerviolence, and hardcore all in the name of BEER. Picture Discharge style punk and Xeroxed WWII photos with bombs replaced by casks, cans, and kegs. Ancient Brewing Tactics is 21 tracks and 33 minutes of booze-induced chaos, bound to knock you on the ground faster than shotgunning a 15% Russian Imperial Stout. Trappist round out their alcohol-fueled blasts with special guest appearances by Tony Foresta (Municipal Waste, Iron Reagan), Steve Brooks (Torche), and Blake Harrison (Pig Destroyer). NO CORPORATE BEER. For the ultimate sensory experience, Trappist have recommended a specific beer pairing for listeners to drink along to each song on the album. True aficionados only!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Relapse Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-21 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.15
-1.15 to -1.15
-9.43
-13.69 to -8.38
4
4 to 6
1
No Soldier Left Behind
-1.15-8.404
2
This Means Wort
-1.15-8.654
3
Tesguino
-1.15-8.694
4
The Patron Saints
-1.15-8.644
5
Hymn to Ninkasi
-1.15-8.874
6
Waiting in Line – First Stanza
-1.15-11.216
7
Giving the Boot to Reinheitsgebot
-1.15-8.904
8
Swignorant
-1.15-9.224
9
Nihamanchnihamanchii
-1.15-13.694
10
Frank the Tank
-1.15-8.974
11
No Corporate Beer
-1.15-8.634
12
Victims of a Bomber Raid
-1.15-8.444
13
99 Problems (But a Beer Ain't One)
-1.15-8.384
14
Proost-Op
-1.15-10.454
15
Waiting in Line – Second Stanza
-1.15-11.574
16
To the Pint
-1.15-9.364
17
You're the Reason
-1.15-8.424
18
Garbage Human
-1.15-8.744
19
Waiting in Line – Third Stanza
-1.15-9.50
20
Wolves in the Taproom
-1.15-8.944
21
Trappist-1: Final Gravity
-1.15-10.424

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