"Gravity Works" is the first Full Album from Mexican space doomsters
Gravity Works describes the relationship between gravity and human exploration, from the state of weightlessness experienced and recorded by astronauts and the historic achievements of Russian and American scientists during the Space Age to the ultimate collapse of the entire Universe described by Asimov in "The Collapsing Universe".
"Vinnum Sabbathi‘s debut impresses thoroughly because of what it might be starting as well as what it achieves in its own right, and it’s only fitting that it should dwell in those multiple dimensions, since that seems to be where the band has been headed the whole time."
-JJ Koczan. The Obelisk-
"Gravity Works is perhaps the first must have Doom/Stoner Metal album of the year. Don't be too surprised if you see this album on a few best albums of lists come the end of the year. This is an unmissable album"
-Steve Howe. Outlaws of the Sun.-
"Vinnum Sabbathi are obviously in thrall to astronomy, and create this art to honour and accompany their passion. It is infectious. And Gravity Works is brilliant."
" These Mexican cosmonauts have completely won me over with five tracks that flow and ebb completely in sync to their vision [...] This is the good stuff."
-Tony Maim. The Stoner HiVe-
"Vinnum Sabbathi really managed to create a floatable voyage, thoughtful and spiritually guided by a superb atmosphere ambience, skillfully created by downtuned instruments that induce your mind in a drone state."
-Diogo. Round Trip-
"Vinnum Sabbathi was finally able to deliver his debut album to the public and did it in a remarkable way, which serves to further reinforce the momentum not only of the Mexican scene but also of the Latin scene as well."
-Tiago. Doombringer (Brazil)-
released January 3, 2017
Recorded and Mixed by Miguel Fraino at Vesubio34 Studio
in Mexico City between 2015-2016.
Mastered by James Plotkin in USA 2016.
Art by Mike Sandoval
Samples on "Weightlessness", "Early Works" and "LQG" courtesy of
NASA's Educational Documentaries (www.nasa.gov
Samples on "Gravity Waves" and "The Probe B" by Roberto de la Peña and Andrea Celeste.