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Sonic Blast Fest 2022: the review.

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Summer always brings its share of open-air festivals. Big spaces, bands as far as the ear can hear. Some are known for the rain and mud, others for the sun and warmth. SONIC BLAST...

Why MONOLITH ON THE MESA is the late summer fest you can’t miss.

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Unless you’ve been living in a survival bunker for the last three years, you have certainly heard of MONOLITH ON THE MESA. Settled near the picturesque town of Taos in New...

NICK OLIVERI: “This is what Mondo Generator should have always been.”

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Right in the middle of the summer heat wave, I binged an entire bottle of tequila with the guys from Mondo Generator. Never ever did Bordeaux resemble the Californian desert this...

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs: “Our therapy is just having fun.”

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It happened on a Sunday, in the Desertfest Berlin backstage. While the crowd was watching Kaleidobolt play, I was lucky enough to meet up with Matthew, Adam and Sam of...

1000MODS about the Greek scene, old school heavy and tour stories.

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Greece is not only about the mythology that relegates Hammer horror to the rank of children’s tales, nor olive oil, white houses, and complicated diplomatic relations....

Desertfest Berlin 2022: celebrating a decade in Fuzz.

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DESERTFEST BERLIN celebrated its 10th anniversary with an insane 4-day lineup of fuzzy madness. From core stoner rock to psych, doom, sludge, post-hardcore, crazy...

DESERTFEST LONDON 2022 – Day 3

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Day 3 by Sofie Von Kelen There are days when nothing goes as planned. When your highlighted Clashfinder goes into oblivion. There are days when the Universe decided to screw...

DESERTFEST LONDON 2022 – Day 2

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DAY 2 by Yannick K. (Cover photo: Jake Lewis) This second day at Desertfest London starts with a surreal interview with Greenleaf outside the Black Heart, a truly feel-good...

DESERTFEST LONDON 2022 – Day 1

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We say it every year: Desertfest is THE place to be for all stoner and doom fans, located in London’s eclectic and eccentric Camden Town. You can hire all the sculptors and...

PREMIERE: Black Lung get spooky as hell on “Death Grip” video.

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They might have stayed under our radar for a while but we’re now crazily enthusiastic about US progressive heavy rockers BLACK LUNG and their super melodic hooks and...

Stöner get their feet and riffs dirty on “totally…”.

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Let’s get things straight: yes, I am fanboying over Nick Oliveri and it is rare for me not to like his work. There, I said it. Yet, I really did not enjoy Stöner’s debut...

STEAK return with an LP, a comic book and a movie.

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I have a deep respect for Steak. And Reece Tee. If some bands remain pillars of the stoner rock scene — Kyuss in the US or Lowrider in Europe — Steak have been the...

VOID ODYSSEY fills your veins with as much fuzz and doom as can do.

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Straightforward and effective. While some might see this description as a severe criticism, I personally think that it is both difficult and noble to write simple yet interesting...

From rock to doom: the coolest albums of 2021.

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TOP 5 – BEEHO 1. Mastodon “Hushed and Grim » (Reprise Records) 2. Gojira “Fortitude” (Roadrunner Records) 3. Somnuri “Nefarious Wave”...

KING BASTARD pave the way for SF doom on “It Came From The Void”.

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For over four decades, we have been told that “no one hears you scream in space”. In 1979, a whole generation started thinking that space exploration is not...