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This! This. This is something special. The attraction was immediate, unstoppable and obviously inspiring as it got me to write my first review of the year and this is September. People, you need to hear this record. Howling Giant, the Nashville,...
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Monday July 3 2017, 9:24 PM Review
It’s been five years since the release of Reign Supreme, Dying Fetus’ last album of original material. But to hear their latest offering, Wrong One to Fuck With, you’d think no time has passed at all. The band’s eighth album can be differentiated...
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Saturday April 15 2017, 11:11 PM Review
Super Snake. A simple, but effective name. Leap Of Love is the New Jersey’s act’s second album and what’s the best way to describe, like a night in passing around a joint with the buds and taking in the jams. This is fuzzed out, psych-tinged...
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Saturday April 8 2017, 11:45 PM Review
Their bandcamp tag reads “Goddamn Heavy” and this 26 min offering does not disappoint. Stoner rock blasts out, mixing Doom and proto-metal into the mix. A healthy punk attitude make sure the riffs are meaty and heavy with an urgency that comes...
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Saturday March 25 2017, 11:29 PM Review
Spaceslug‘s new album – Time Travel Dilemma – is a worthy follow-up to last year’s debut album. This time Spaceslug have become heavier and spaced out as result. Parts Monster Magnet and Sleep style sonic vibrations allow the band to create their...
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Friday February 24 2017, 5:34 PM Review
"Imagine if you crossed Graves at Sea with Electric Wizard and Cough, and then gave the resulting demonic creature a huge bong load – that might begin to describe this band’s sound. I’m so fucking impressed with their self-titled debut that I...
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Friday February 24 2017, 12:48 PM Review
Release Date: February 24, 2017Label: Nuclear Blast Atonement’s topography is a snarl of wayward bylanes, contrary signage and curious textures. Nevertheless (and quite thankfully), Immolation’s core remains imperturbable, even as their NYDM...
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Sunday February 12 2017, 1:06 AM Review
Jason Aaron Wood – Escape  Escape is exactly what happens when you put this record on. Instantly falling into an abyss of sound swirling around you as if carrying you like the wings of a fallen angel. You are falling but not fast, this is doom....
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Monday February 6 2017, 10:18 PM Review
Dopelord sound exactly how you’d expect a band called Dopelord to sound, and while the Polish band doesn’t exactly reinvent the bong, their latest album is a masterclass in execution. Beyond the universal stoner doom reference point of Black...
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Saturday February 4 2017, 3:03 PM Review
Gravehuffer – Your Fault  This fucking record opens up with the sounds of a coffin cracking open and nothing could be better to match the crusty corpse like sound of this record. Its filthy but a good filthy, like when they told me it was...
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