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DOMKRAFT just laid the fundamentals of Doom and Sludge for the year 21.

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Domkraft is the avant garde of a brand new pulse in the grand scheme of all things doom and sludge. For as long as one can remember, it was deemed inappropriate or almost...

Dive into the orchestral post-rock of BRUIT ≤ “The Machine Is Burning And Now Everyone Knows It Could Happen Again”.

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Unless we take a leap, the planet is engaged in a continuous decline. Our production and consumption models are at stake. We are eroding the very foundations of our economies,...

LDDSM get progressive and sidereal on new album “Polaris”.

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It can be hard for a band to keep moving forward once at the apex of their career. To find a new meaning to what they do. This is might have well crossed LDDSM‘s minds,...

SPELLJAMMER’s “Abyssal Trip” is the most massive and volcanic doom album of 2021.

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Space travel is more likely to be mentioned when describing THC-laden music. Just count the bands whose monicker says “cosmic” and you’ll get the drill. But the...

SUNNATA runs out of black magic on “Burning in Heaven, Melting on Earth”.

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With no help, in 100% DIY mode, SUNNATA simply blew our minds with their third album “Outlands”. The Polish foursome managed to slowly build some form of neurosis that...

[FOCUS] Five underrated Greek rock bands you need to check out.

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There is no doubt that that the Greek stoner rock scene is one of the most active, yet the underground scene keeps providing high quality bands who keep missing the audience’s...

ELEPHANT TREE’s Jack Townley about growing out of the stoner scene, working with Riley McIntyre and real life struggles.

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“Habits” has been one of the greatest surprises of early 2020, helping us coping with a rather shitty year since then. With this album, ELEPHANT TREE have returned...

Yawning Man unveil the desert’s secrets with their “Live At Giant Rock” album.

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The idea of filming a performance in an empty place is anything but new. Remember Pink Floyd when they spent a few days in Pompei and made the most of its arena’s unique...

ALAIN JOHANNES reaches inner peace with his intimate new album “Hum”.

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ALAIN JOHANNES is everywhere. Not in the spotlight though. He stays in the background, right by people’s side; the ones he loves, like a rock pygmalion. Any decent record...

Find beauty in chaos: a spiritual conversation with LORD BUFFALO’s frontman Daniel Pruitt.

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This March, right before the world went into hiatus, LORD BUFFALO released their eerie new album “Tohu Wa Bohu”, unintentionally foretelling the chaos we were about to...

Why “Cosmic Ritual Supertrip” is BLACK RAINBOWS best album yet.

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When Gabriele Fiori released BLACK RAINBOWS first album about twelve years ago, no one would have imagined that they would quickly become the independent stoner scene...

ELDER rise through their epic fifth sonic odyssey “Omens”.

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From the get-go, ELDER lift the veil on what to expect from this new album: swirling keys, sharp and powerful riffing, and subtle spacey synths touches. A confident chorus sweeps...

Avant-garde metallers ORANSSI PAZUZU return with terrifying “Mestarin Kyns” album.

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The princes of darkness have returned. With five records that stand out from the metal crowd, the unfathomable ORANSSI PAZUZU have signed to Nuclear Blast to deliver their more...

ELEPHANT TREE reach new heights with “Habits” awe-inspiring doomgaze.

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ELEPHANT TREE. Never a name has summed up a band’s influences better: one massive foot in doom and dirty grooves, the other rooted in Pink Floyd-esque psychedelia. Yet,...

PREMIERE: under the spell of Galician rockers MOURA’s shamanic debut album.

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From Robert Johnson’s crossroad blues to the seminal metal of Sabbath, the finest riff makers have always thrived on darkness to send shiver down our spines with their sonic...