Inter Arma release covers album, ‘Garbers Days Revisited’

They take on Nine Inch Nails, Prince and more.

Inter Arma have dropped their new covers album, Garbers Days Revisited.

From Nine Inch Nails to Neil Young to Prince, nothing is off limits for the Virginia doom outfit on this low-stakes release that pays homage to their wide-ranging influences.

“Covers have been an integral part of Inter Arma since the beginning of the band and some of these songs have a direct lineage while others are a little more… obscure,” drummer TJ Childers said in a statement. “As timing would have it, we hope this provides a bit of an escape for listeners, given the surreal circumstances we’re in at the moment, because after all, great art should provide an escape which is part of why we chose to do this: sometimes you just wanna be runnin’ down a dream…”

The LP’s title is also itself a tribute—but to the band’s old rehearsal space. Inter Arma recorded Garbers Days Revisited at Tennessee’s Dark Art Audio studio in between tours supporting their 2019 LP, Sulphur English. That album featured the tracks “Howling Lands,” “Stillness” and “Citadel.”


Listen to Garbers Days Revisited here:


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