The sophomore full-length album from our favourite U.S. doomsters. Previously only available on vinyl (co-released by Blind Date Records and Parasitic Records in 2013), Memento Mori gives "Dronestown" the CD treatment, including a bonus track taken from their split EP with Ghost Of Wem that wasn´t featured on the album’s vinyl version. If you thought that their debut album, "Marching into Chaos" was a massive opus of abyssal despair in the form of über-Doom/Death Metal, wait and see what "Dronestown" has on offer. Being the victim of a torturer has never felt so sweet! Bleaker than ever before, enveloping its desolate shade with heavy brutality, the claustrophobia that crawls along these 3 long tracks (total running time over 50 minutes) is something hard to explain with words and will suffocate and drain you of your life like a premature burial. As a plus for harshness, the album is a conceptual piece revolving around the infamous Jonestown Massacre, the so-called "revolutionary suicide" perpetrated by Jim Jones, leader of the Peoples Temple sect, back in 1978 in Guyana. Don’t kill yourself yet... You’ve got to hear this album first!!!