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Massa – Walls (S/R)

Massa – Walls (S/R)

Four years ago a trio in Rotterdam formed a heavy sludge rock band. This band Massa recognises influences in the likes of the Melvins, Yob, Mogwai and Godspeed. The word “cinematic” is affixed to their work. The scene is set. The opener “Shiva” is like.. Read More
Interview - Yob

Interview – Yob

Instantly recognisable as one of the seminal bands in modern doom metal, Yob are an unrelenting powerhouse of crushing riffs and meditative atmospheres. However, the trio was almost brought to its knees in January 2017, when inimitable frontman Mike Scheidt was hospitalised following a severe.. Read More
The Evil - Evil (Osmose)

The Evil – Evil (Osmose)

2018 has been a big year for all things doom. Sleep, Orange Goblin, Boss Keloid, King Goat, YOB and Ghost have all released some big albums which touch on all aspects of this riff laden monster of a genre. The Evil, a four piece from.. Read More
Yob – Our Raw Heart (Relapse)

Yob – Our Raw Heart (Relapse)

Early last year Yob’s Mike Scheidt was hospitalised for a lengthy period, following an attack of diverticulitis – a condition that affects the large intestine. Mike was left fighting for his life and the future of Yob suddenly became incredibly uncertain. Thankfully, the inimitable frontman.. Read More
Ghold – Stoic (Crypt Of The Wizard)

Ghold – Stoic (Crypt Of The Wizard)

One thing I learnt while reading up on this album is that there is a heavy metal store called Crypt of the Wizard in East London. Having spent hours and hours in record shops in my life, and picking up many gems of pleasure from.. Read More
Yob, Black Cobra, Necro Deathmort – London Scala 13/10/16

Yob, Black Cobra, Necro Deathmort – London Scala 13/10/16

28 dates down and just three more to go; tonight is the 29th date of Yob and Black Cobra’s European tour and it sees them filling up the Scala to near capacity. Necro Deathmort open the show to a sparse turnout. Scaling back their usual.. Read More
Mammoth Storm – Fornjot  (Napalm)

Mammoth Storm – Fornjot (Napalm)

Yet again, I am left shaking my head in simple amazement; how the hell does Sweden keep on pumping out so many bands of such ability? As much as I love the UK doom scene, in terms of crushing riffs per capita, this nation does.. Read More
Vattnet Viskar – Settler (Century Media)

Vattnet Viskar – Settler (Century Media)

Hailing from the American heartlands yet taking their name for the Swedish for “the water is whispering”, Vattnet Viskar have always been an innovative, multi-faceted band. On the one hand, their clear first love is for the more familial strains of second wave black metal.. Read More
Ufomammut –Ecate (Neurot)

Ufomammut –Ecate (Neurot)

I will start out by helping you out. It’s pronounced “oofomammoot”. I am not being patronising. This is a moniker I have seen in print many times but never heard said aloud by anyone with any conviction.  It means UFO Mammoth. If you have not.. Read More
Do – Den (S/R)

Do – Den (S/R)

In the mainstream rock press, and to a lesser extent the mainstream music press in general, there has been a fair amount of chat regarding comments made by Kiss’s own Gene Simmons, and his opinion of rock being dead, and the internet being the murderer... Read More
Lord Dying – Poisoned Altars (Relapse)

Lord Dying – Poisoned Altars (Relapse)

It’s been almost two years since Lord Dying released their debut album, and if the four piece have proven anything it’s that they don’t shy away from the big business names. Sanford Parker (Corrections House, Buried at Sea) recorded 2013’s ‘Summon the Faithless’, while latest.. Read More
Yob, Pallbearer & Bast – London Underworld 8/9/14

Yob, Pallbearer & Bast – London Underworld 8/9/14

One of the most anticipated gigs of this year, given that all three bands have put out absolutely crushing releases in 2014 and have acquired legions of adoring fans within their respective careers. Despite the fact that this show is sold out, it’s never difficult.. Read More