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Age Of The Wolf – Ouroboric Trances (Aural Music)

Let’s be frank here if I were to say Stoner, Sludge, Doom Metal what would your first thoughts be aside from naming checking 100 or so bands in this genre? Brown notes? Grimy basement venues with a bunch of other… Continue Reading →

Mörglbl – The Tale Of Scott Rötti (Lasers Edge)

Mörglbl are a rather interesting musical entity. The predominantly instrumental three piece are heavily rooted in the realms of progressive metal, and from there, they add plenty of jazz and fusion elements to their sound, giving an end result which… Continue Reading →

Squidhead – Cult[ist] (S/R)

Miskatonic University graduates Squidhead are a three-piece who haul from Belgium and have nothing but high praise for the “Great Old One”. Spawned from the depths of Pierre “Pish” Minet, the project was initially a solo endeavour but it has… Continue Reading →

Obscura – Akroasis (Relapse)

I think it’s fair to say that Obscura mainman Stefan Kummerer is something of an enthusiast of the works and approach of the late, great Death mainman Chuck Schuldiner. Much like Schudiner did throughout the 1990s, across the last decade,… Continue Reading →

Mörglbl – Tea Time for Pünks (The Lasers Edge)

Never judge a book by its cover. Three French men dressed as ladies with punk hair styles, a Union Jack and a picture of Big Ben present a mixed scene. At one point there’s a drunken rendition of the Beatles’s… Continue Reading →

Squidhead – Prohibition (S/R)

“Squidheads, squidheads roly-poly squidheads. Sqidheads, squidheads, eat em up yum!” Well not quite as far as this calamari enthused one man project from Belgium is concerned as it is purely instrumental but if you made up your own words and sang… Continue Reading →

The Room Colored Charlatan – Primitives (Subliminal Groove Records)

The story behind The Planet Of The Apes, a French novel by Pierre Boulle, was deemed great enough to warrant a movie of its own. That birthed a 70s franchise which then kicked off a comic book series, a TV… Continue Reading →

No Return – Inner Madness (Great Dane Records)

Considering that No Return have had a career spanning over 20 years and 8 full length albums, I figured that the fact that I had not heard of them up until the point that this landed on my desk would… Continue Reading →

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