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Full Upon Her Burning Lips

Dylan Carlson looks older all of a sudden. Mind you, Earth have been putting out records for some 30 years and, to be honest, I’m probably remembering what he looked like from a picture in 1991. Anyway, this is the new album pre-grunge metal duo Earth and it’s called Full Upon Her Burning. LP and CD on Sargent House.

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Pentastar In The Style Of Demons

As Earth albums go, 1996’s ‘Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons’ is one of the more outlying records in the doom-drone band’s catalogue. At its most forthright, ‘Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons’ leaves hard metal behind for some ultra-swaggering fuzz in the Black Sabbath/Electric Wizard tradition, while tracks like ‘Crooked Axis For String Quartet’ have more in common with the synthetic Baroque compositions of Wendy Carlos. Mind you, only bands like Earth disciples Sunn O))) are comparable for the wiccan drone of ‘Charioteer (Temple Song)’.
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Dylan Carlson
Conquistador

Conquistador is the debut solo album from Dylan Carson. He was a founding member of Sub Pop drone metal band, Earth and will probably forever be known as the man who gave Kurt the gun. Carson says that the album soundtracks an imaginary western. Throughout he shows his ability to create powerful widescreen sounds, but also shows his deftness at knowing when space and quiet are the right sounds. LP and CD on Sargent Horse.

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Phase 3 Thrones &; Dominions

Has there ever been a more metal album title than ‘Phase 3: Thrones And Dominions’? If so then we’re yet to find it. And verily, if there were ever a band who deserved to claim the crown of most-metal-record-name, that band would be Earth. The group’s sophomore LP (yes, the ‘3’ makes it confusing) is more varied than their previous work. Droning doom-metal is still the order of the day here - see the peyote-hazed ‘Tibetan Quaaludes’ - but we also find Earth taking in arid noise (‘Phase 3: Agni Detonating Over the Thar Desert’) and stumbling upon the sort of beatific pastures that would later come to influence Sunn O))) ('Thrones & Dominions').
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  • Earth

Earth
Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons

As Earth albums go, 1996’s ‘Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons’ is one of the more outlying records in the doom-drone band’s catalogue. At its most forthright, ‘Pentastar: In The Style Of Demons’ leaves hard metal behind for some ultra-swaggering fuzz in the Black Sabbath/Electric Wizard tradition, while tracks like ‘Crooked Axis For String Quartet’ have more in common with the synthetic Baroque compositions of Wendy Carlos. Mind you, only bands like Earth disciples Sunn O))) are comparable for the wiccan drone of ‘Charioteer (Temple Song)’.
  • Artist(s):
  • Earth

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Earth 2

This album is confusingly entitled ‘Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version’ despite the facts that this is Earth’s debut LP and that there are no other versions of it out there. This 1993 album is one of modern metal’s most influential records, drawing up blueprints for the more ambient and abstract turns that the genre would take in subsequent years. Across three tracks and seventy-three minutes we find guitarist Dylan Carlson and bassist Dave Harwell chugging away, piling chords upon chords to create towering walls of fuzz. Sunn O))) were listening.
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drcarlsonalbion & The Hackney Lass: Modern
Modern English Folklore Volume One: Hackney

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Phase 3 - Thrones & Dominions

Has there ever been a more metal album title than ‘Phase 3: Thrones And Dominions’? If so then we’re yet to find it. And verily, if there were ever a band who deserved to claim the crown of most-metal-record-name, that band would be Earth. The group’s sophomore LP (yes, the ‘3’ makes it confusing) is more varied than their previous work. Droning doom-metal is still the order of the day here - see the peyote-hazed ‘Tibetan Quaaludes’ - but we also find Earth taking in arid noise (‘Phase 3: Agni Detonating Over the Thar Desert’) and stumbling upon the sort of beatific pastures that would later come to influence Sunn O))) ('Thrones & Dominions').
  • Artist(s):
  • Earth

The Bug vs Earth
Concrete Desert

This is a total dream-come-true collaboration for fans of pulverizingly heavy music: Dylan ‘Extra Low Frequency Version’ Carson’s Earth project and Kevin ‘Skeng’ Martin’s The Bug, producing together. After two tracks together last year, the pair have now made a full album, and it’s a seething, bristling blast of a listen. The 2LP vinyl edition comes with an exclusive bonus 12” with a JK Flesh remix.

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Primitive and Deadly

Earth, worshipers of all things slow and the band responsible for Sunn O))), are releasing their new record - it's called, with amazing precision, 'Primitive and Deadly'. It's their fifth release for Southern Lord, and continues their ascent into focusing on building subtle arrangements around the focal point of Dylan Carlson's guitar work. On 'Primitive and Deadly' Earth welcome some guests into their doomy mists, the record featuring vocals from Screaming Trees' fellow Mark Lanegan as well as Rabi Shaheen Qazi. There's also bass work courtesy of Sunn O))) collaborator Bill Herzog.   Tracks: Torn By The Fox of the Crescent Moon There Is A Serpent Coming From The Zodiacal Light Even Hell Has Its Heroes Rooks Across The Gate Torn By The Fox Of The Crescent Moon There Is a Serpent Coming From The Zodiacal Light Even Hell Has Its Heroes Rooks Across The Gate Badgers Bane

The Bug Vs Earth
Boa / Cold

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Radio Live

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Legacy of Dissolution

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Live Europe 2006

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Divine And Bright

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Tribes Of Neurot / Earth
Untitled

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Sir Richard Bishop/ Earth
Split

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Earth/ KK Null
Andromeda

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Divine &; Bright

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Hibernaculum

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Earth/ KK Null
Split

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