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Black Tusk – TCBT (Season Of Mist)

Savannah – Georgia. Home to Baroness , Kylesa and of course Black Tusk. A humid and tropical place no wonder a band emerged from the city and claimed Swamp Metal as its oeuvre. Black Tusk, like Baroness, were struck by… Continue Reading →

Earth Ship – Hollowed (Napalm)

Berlin’s Earth Ship are a band that crosses genres. Depending on your state of mind when you press play, you’ll hear something different each and every time. Firing out two parts doom and one part southern metal, Earth Ship have… Continue Reading →

Gurt / Trippy Wicked and the Cosmic Children of the Night – GUPPY – (When Planets Collide)

Guppy is a split release and recording between two of the UK’s finest underground bands circulating in the doom/stoner/sludge market. The combination includes the same drummer Bill Jacobs and this was a unique release as both bands entered the studio… Continue Reading →

Behold the Monolith – Architects of the Void (S/R)

LA’s BTM are a stoner/doom band, who unfortunately lost their vocalist in a car accident recently, and have regrouped with a new line-up featuring Jordan Nailey on vocals and bassist Jason Casanova whom some of you might know from Sasquatch…. Continue Reading →

Kylesa – Exhausting Fire (Season of Mist)

It’s all too easy to take a band for granted, especially when they’ve been doing their thing for as long as Kylesa have. However, if we take a few moments to hark back to 2001, when they first formed, sludge… Continue Reading →

Black Royal – The Summoning Part 1 (Armless Stranger)

Coming out of Tampere, Finland, Black Royal are a touch different to the cavalcade of bands that are usually associated with this location. The emphasis is right royally peppered in bleak harsh stoner inspiration, with a splash of youthful angst,… Continue Reading →

Red Kunz – Teeth, Hair & Skin (Hummus Records)

I do like many of the releases that appear on underground independent labels, often run by bands themselves and Hummus records is very much like that. This promo I received is different, not a digital download, preferred by labels these… Continue Reading →

Lord Dying – Summon the Faithless (Relapse)

Portland, Oregon harbours a monster with this band who were initially pestered by Red Fang to tour with them and for a debut effort, what a result…this is hugely gratifying. The sound is low end sludge, mixed with doom and… Continue Reading →

Inter Arma – Sky Burial (Relapse Records)

Getting signed to Relapse Records is no mean feat resulting in Inter Arma’s second full length being released as the upshot. This US act is perfect on the Relapse roster, being suitably crushing but uncompromisingly diverse. Eight tunes in about… Continue Reading →

Silencer – The Great Bear (Vanity Music Group)

This is a concept album based around the Soviet/US space race in the 1950’s/60’s, Silencer are from Denver, Colorado in the United States and have been active since 1998. Whereas their early material is noted as being death/thrash, even power… Continue Reading →

Hummune – Crafted In Darkness

Formed in 2009, Southampton’s Hummune, a conglomerate force made up of former members of the bands Older Than Dirt, Kill-Joy, Dissentient Revolt and Parade Of Enemies, have just released their debut long-player, Crafted In Darkness, and it sounds like it… Continue Reading →

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