Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. Eugene, OR's Yob has an accomplished song craft that is as much their own sound as it is paying homage to the doom metal greats of both times of yore and present. 2004's The Illusion of Motion served as the doom metal merchants' first for Metal Blade Records. "It has the extremes that our fans expect of Yob, only more," explained singer/guitarist Mike Scheidt. "Our slow riffs are much slower and crushing and our faster tunes are more jagged and chaotic. Our melodic parts are more atmospheric and our discordant riffs are angular and throttling. The Illusion Of Motion has Yob's shortest tune ever clocking in a just over 6 minutes and our longest tune clocking in at over 26 minutes. And the vocal extremes that are displayed on our earlier records are even more over the top. Plus this is our first recording with our new (ish) drummer extraordinaire Travis Foster who has been crushing skulls with us for almost two years now. It is by far our best record yet in songwriting as well as production and we are very happy to release it with Metal Blade Records."