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Blown Out
Superior Venus

Heavyweight psychedelia from Newcastle’s finest, featuring members of BONG, Drunk In Hell, Khunnt and Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (I told you they were heavyweight). Blown Out’s album Superior Venus is a two-track punch of dense riffage and space power released in an limited edition of 500 LPs by Riot Season.
  • Artist(s):
  • Haikai No Ku

Dodge Meteor
Dodge Meteor

Dodge Meteor are a two-piece heavy psych outfit with members in Newcastle and Italy. Presumably that means that when they do manage to get together in the same room, they waste no time in getting deep and blasted: this recorded debut is dripping with riff power and thundering drums. Released in a limited edition of 50 purple cassettes by Swap Meat.
  • Artist(s):
  • Haikai No Ku

Blown Out
Sun Rot

Blown Out emanate from Newcastle, where they drop deep deep out in order to access the cosmic planes needed to blast psych music as morass-thick as this. Sun Rot locks into stoned-head-nod grooves and stays well put, letting the riff-churn do its thing. Cassette release limited to 50 copies, on Swap Meat.
  • Artist(s):
  • Haikai No Ku

Haikai No Ku
Temporary Infinity

Haikai No Ku are a noise-psych horde from Newcastle and Temporary Infinity is their latest excursion into psychedelic walls of feedback and deranged ultra-slow metal. This three-piece make an unholy racket that far exceeds their number. Box Records have released this nightmarish and heavy drone-rock on 180 gram wax that includes a download code.
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  • Haikai No Ku

Haikai No Ku
Ultra High Dimensionality

Doom purveyors Haikai No Ku provide screeching metallic riffs and plenty of misery on 'Ultra High Dimensionality', the follow-up to last year's 'Sick On My Journey'. Comprised of five tracks that take up forty minutes of playtime, 'Ultra High Dimensionality' is an unmoveable slab of psych and doom, played on crushing guitars with rarely modulated riffs, and complemented with resolute drumming. It recalls a better produced Les Rallizes Denude and a slightly more gentle Sleep.
  • Artist(s):
  • Haikai No Ku