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Honored to present an exclusive track premiere from the LA based instrumental doom quartet Goliathan, from their new EP of the same name. The song is an exciting blend of doom, stoner rock, and postrock elements, masterfully put into a musical story telling form, that goes from heavy and powerful

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It is an interesting time for Electric Wizard, considering the different perspectives the band has presented in their past four full-length records. On one hand, they appear to be moving towards a more direct, rock-influenced mentality, highlighted with their efforts in Witchcult Today and Black Masses, while on the other

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An article about the asteroid “16 Psyche,” after which Chelsea Wolfe’s new single is named, includes the following information: “16 Psyche is located in the large asteroid belt between the planets Mars and Jupiter. Scientists believe that Psyche may have started as a planet before it was partially destroyed during

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I was listening to Ouija without having read which musicians were involved in the band, and almost immediately I thought: “I definitely know this drumming from somewhere.” So I was not surprised to find out that Dead Witches included in its line-up Mark Greening, previously of Electric Wizard and member

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In October this year, Oddhums released their debut EP, The Inception. The band from Spain is brand new, and its first steps in the scene are very promising indeed. In essence, what the band is doing is creating their own a blend of some popular metal sub-divisions during the ’90s

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Hailing from Sweden, Salem’s Pot truly surfaced with their debut album, …Lunar Ut Dig Pa Prarien. The record seemed to open the road for the band, which went on to release a split with fellow doom overlords Windhand, and is now coming back with their sophomore record, Pronounce This!, the

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