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Brant Bjork - Mankind Woman (Heavy Psych)

Brant Bjork – Mankind Woman (Heavy Psych)

King of the Desert Brant Bjork is back once again, and luckily for me, I get to talk/write about him once more. 2016’s ’Tao Of The Devil’ was a phenomenal release in all aspects; loaded with sweet stoner grooves, filthy fuzz, Sabbathian sounds and blues.. Read More
Graveyard – Peace (Nuclear Blast)

Graveyard – Peace (Nuclear Blast)

It was a dark time many months ago when Graveyard called it quits. Mr. Finger-on-the-pulse as I am, I actually didn’t find out about their decision to split until 3 months after the announcement, by which time the band had re-grouped minus the drummer and.. Read More
Magnet – Feel Your Fire (Soulseller Records)

Magnet – Feel Your Fire (Soulseller Records)

It’s 2017, I’m rapidly approaching five decades on this planet, and I’m glad to say that many new bands are willing to set sail across the seas of Rock aboard the good ship retro, and Magnet, helmed by Psychedelic Witchcraft’s Riccardo Giuffrè who has swapped.. Read More
Svvamp - S/T (RidingEasy Records)

Svvamp – S/T (RidingEasy Records)

Sweden has been a notable player in dishing up quality retro rock bands. Graveyard and Horisont leap to mind as two, who over recent years have kept the vibe of the classic rock era alive in this part of the world. Svvamp are a new.. Read More
The Golden Grass – Coming Back Again (Listenable)

The Golden Grass – Coming Back Again (Listenable)

It seems that the push for retro rock is continuing unabated, and I am personally looking forward with great anticipation to new releases this year from Blues Pills and Scorpion Child, acts that in years gone by have both ridden high in my annual best.. Read More
Black Rainbows - Stellar Prophecy (Heavy Psych)

Black Rainbows – Stellar Prophecy (Heavy Psych)

Italian trio Black Rainbows hail from Rome, a city steeped in history and important significance to the world. Home of so many works of art and considered a cultural masterpiece, the Italian Capital has offered much throughout history and it offers again with this mind.. Read More
Graveyard - Innocence and Decadence (Nuclear Blast)

Graveyard – Innocence and Decadence (Nuclear Blast)

Graveyard have their own distinctive sound. If you search for ‘sound like Graveyard’ on internet radio sites or suchlike you get plenty of bands, but none of them really capture that retro Blues Rock style quite like Graveyard. It’s been a while since their last.. Read More
Sacri Monti – S/T (Tee Pee)

Sacri Monti – S/T (Tee Pee)

There’s been a lot of retro rock, doom rock, occult rock of late (call it what you want) and apart from The Riddles, not many bands have picked up the psychedelic tag. This American band from California really keep the spirit of the late 60’s.. Read More
Oblivious – Out of Wilderness  (Gaphals)

Oblivious – Out of Wilderness (Gaphals)

Despite this being their third album, albeit apparently after a line-up overhaul and label change, Oblivious are an act that I’ve been, well, oblivious to. So, is ‘Out of Wilderness’ the album to amend their status on my ever burgeoning play list? Read on gentle.. Read More
Ogre – Dawn of the Proto-Man and Seven Hells (reissues) – (Minotauro)

Ogre – Dawn of the Proto-Man and Seven Hells (reissues) – (Minotauro)

There is an old saying that you should never judge a book by its cover (unless said book is the UKIP manifesto in which case feel free to consider it a pile of shite). Equally pertinent is the saying that first impressions count; in the.. Read More
Crobot – Something Supernatural  (Nuclear Blast)

Crobot – Something Supernatural (Nuclear Blast)

From note one of Crobot’s debut album, ‘Something Supernatural’, there can be little doubt as to what you are going to get, a wall of feedback building into the massively hook laden riffs of ‘Legend of the Spaceborne Killer’. Even without seeing the band, it’s.. Read More
Brimstone Coven – S/T (Metal Blade)

Brimstone Coven – S/T (Metal Blade)

  Following on from their 2013 signing to Metal Blade, retro/doom rockers Brimstone Coven have continued their foray into vintage 70’s style metal to bring us their self titled third album. The quartet from West Virginia are keen to make their position clear from the.. Read More