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The Black Heart Rebellion – LP is Out Now Consouling Sounds Looking at the discography of The Black Heart Rebellion (TBHR), it would appear that this is a relatively new band. With just three full-lengths and three split releases under their belt, the band from Belgium has quite an interesting story.

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Over the past weeks, quite a few great releases floating around in the realm of sludge, stoner, drone and doom have drifted my way. So here they are all in one place for your listening pleasure. Enjoy the rattling of your own bones…. 1. PENDULOUS – A Palpable Sense of Love &

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I love when I hear music that moves far beyond labels to a place where only rad riffs and freedom to create what’s in your heart exists! The new band IRATA – who happen to be on Kylesa’s label Retro Futurist Records – create the kind of songs that I’m speaking of above.

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Pinkish Black is a dark band that comes with a dark story. Originally formed under the name The Great Tyrant, the trio back then was focusing on a doom/jazz blend. However, bass guitarist Tommy Atkins’ suicide in 2010 put a halt to the production of the band’s first album. The two

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The new FEUERBAHN record Suolo is a never ending ocean of awesome dirge, and the song “Torberia” is a boat ride that I never want to end! This band knows how to create slow-moving, majestic walls of atmosphere that close in on your humanity. Only one label would best describe their sound: AWESOME,

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Text and Photos: Abi Coulson I was once told that the words “awesome” and amazing” are vastly overused in today’s society, and I too am guilty of contributing to this overuse. However, I can truly say that this show at Vancouver’s Rickshaw on the infamous East Hastings St was, in

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