Sweatbox Dynasty - TOBACCO

Sweatbox Dynasty


  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2016-08-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2016 Ghostly International


Title Artist Time
Human Om TOBACCO 3:05 USD 0.99
Hong TOBACCO 1:09 USD 0.99
Wipeth Out TOBACCO 1:32 USD 0.99
Gods in Heat TOBACCO 3:21 USD 0.99
Home Invasionaries TOBACCO 2:22 USD 0.99
Dimensional Hum TOBACCO 2:14 USD 0.99
Warlock Mary TOBACCO 2:33 USD 0.99
Suck Viper TOBACCO 1:56 USD 0.99
The Madonna TOBACCO 1:10 USD 0.99
Fantasy Trash Wave TOBACCO 2:47 USD 0.99
Memory Girl TOBACCO 1:50 USD 0.99
Let's Get Worn Away TOBACCO 6:09 USD 0.99


  • Good

    By MellowAlex
    As a huge TOBACCO fan, I was kinda let down with this album. It's rather short overall and feels unfinished. I do love the absolute distortion, noises, and warped style of this album though. TOBACCO certainly dived much, much deeper into what Ultima II Massage was scratching at. It's a cesspool of trash and filthyness that reeks for miles (in a good way). He took his TOBACCO experiment much farther than we could ever anticipate, and I'm glad he's keeping things new. But unfortunately I can really only listen to a few songs on this album. The rest were played through maybe once or twice, appreciated, and never listened to again. The addictiveness just isn't present in this album. I kept waiting for something bigger or more complex to happen but it never really reached that point. Either way, it's still an amazing and original album that no other artist can ever come close to.
  • I'll keep getting lung cancer

    By Renegade53
    Fantastic as always. Distinctly Tobacco, ever fulfilling. I know the sound I know the environment, but the new stuff still always satisfies and extends.
  • 👌🏻

    By eh2aan
    Human Om, Gods in Heat and Fantasy Trash Wave are my favs. Super glitchy 😋⚡️💣
  • Tobacco kills (pun necessary)

    By Namedmelaika
    Another fantastic album from Tom Fec aka Tobacco. Fec is also the primary member/songwriter for Black Moth Super Rainbow (if you didn't know) and throughout his career he has managed to expand on a sound that is entirely his own. Sweatbox Dynasty is another milestone in an illustrious career. As other reviewers have said, phat analog synth lines, juicy bass, heavy beats, and all sorts of auditory anarchy are what propel this album (and most other Fec projects) forward. Fec has never seemed to want to be accessible radio friendly pop, and even his most pop album (BMSR's Cobra Juicy) would have been a challenge for most casual music fans. This album is not really for the casual listener, and while sounding pretentious, it really does take a particular knowledge and appreciation for music to really "get" tobacco. As with any experimental/psychedelic/noisealbum, it won't be for everybody, but if you're reading this, it might just be for you.
  • Authentic Originality

    By PerryRemus
    Tobaxxo is literally his own genre and seems to only build from his previous work, somehow resistant to influence. To the passive listener, it may be chaotic or indigestible, but an audience with sophisticated and critical musical taste will find his work to be unmatched in its organic qualities and complex themes.
  • Sweaty

    By I'mChiman187
    Mmmm yeah
  • It's beautiful

    By Hazcatz
    It's messy, weird, gross, sloppy and disgusting. I love it so much
  • Can't Wait

    By Ozzyayala
    I love TOBACCO!
  • Sizzling.

    By fmoura
    This is not even close to what the Black Moth Super Rainbow sound like. Totally different vibes. Love the album. Props!
  • @redford

    By mustypinecone
    i just face palmed into another millennia