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Nails
Abandon All Life

This record clocks out after a breathless seventeen minutes, not a single one of them spent idling about. A perfect balance is here struck between the sort of shrieking, close-to-the-brink manic energy of the aforementioned likes of Narcosis (‘Tyrant’, ‘No Surrender’), and an immense capacity for variety in the songcraft....view item »


Chelsea Wolfe
The Grime and The Glow

Marrying the gentle intimacy of folk, the atmospheric voodoo of death rock, and the bleak, sullen nihilism of black metal, Wolfe's sound effectively cast a genre all her own: a cavernous rumble, marked by stuttering drums, ethereal synths, and a wash of guitar, all very much in the service of one of the most hypnotic, celestial voices in modern ...view item »


Melvins
Hold It In

Their first full-length as a quartet since 2010’s 'The Bride Screams Murder', ‘Hold It In’ marks yet another return for Washington’s ever-prolific Melvins, this time with the addition of guitar-proficient Paul Leary and JD Pinkus (Butthole Surfers), joining originals and sole constants Buzz Osbourne and Dale Crover. Recor...view item »


Oozing Wound
Earth Suck

Thrash heads Oozing Wound make a monolithic sound that defies the science of being a three-piece. Their new record, the wonderfully titled 'Earth Suck', follows up 'Retrash', continuing their almost academic reverence for thrash metal past and present, as well as their inane and gleefully dark lyrics....view item »


Witch Mountain
Mobile of Angels

Witch Mountain offer up some relatively clean, star-gazing doom metal with the amazingly titled 'Mobile of Angels' -- is that like a mobile phone, a mobile home, or what? 'Mobile of Angels' has a few different sonic twists, but provides an overall elegiac sound compared to the doom metal that surrounds it. Gorgeous, uplifting vocal harmonies see...view item »


Inter Arma
The Cavern

With 'Sky Burial', Inter Arma chose two aggressively imposed types of heavy music -- sludge and black metal, respectively -- and put them together them like they were twins. On 'The Cavern', though, they make something singular even for them, a forty minute composition in just one song, making for a hard, long metal slog that takes after Om, Sle...view item »
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Russell Haswell
Double A

Russell Haswell recently came down to earth to shatter teeth and ruin lives with his new noisy record 'Conceptual nO!se', which was not only gleefully abrasive, but also kinda infuriating to type. Ever prolific, he returns now with 'Double A', a squelchy, more contentedly dance-oriented record consisting of two ten minute workouts. It's still in...view item »


Pig Destroyer
Mass & Volume

Pig Destroyer are staying busy right now: along with their goregrind side-project Agoraphobic Nosebleed reuniting to perform their first real live shows ever, they're releasing 'Mass & Volume', another one of their left-field EPs that does away with the grindcore for slow, sludgy innovations. Similar to 'Natasha', this EP is Pig Destroyer st...view item »


Zeitkratzer + Keiji Haino
Live At Jahrhunderthalle Bochum

Avant noisemaker Keiji Haino joins forces with the equally warped visions of Zeitkratzer once more, the group responsible for bringing Lou Reed's 'Metal Machine Music' to life as an on-stage arrangement. On 'Live At Jahrhunderthalle Bochum', Haino ditches his putrid noise extravagances, refusing to use any electronics unless they'...view item »


Excel
Split Image

A band rather than a Microsoft Office computer app, Excel were crossover punks and/or metalheads who started out in the 80s and released three records -- 'Split Image' is the first, originally recorded in 1983. Excel were raucous, identifying the must chaotic elements of both genres they were interested in, but also self-serious, with ...view item »


Electric Wizard
Time To Die

Electric Wizard continue to advocate bad things on their newest record, 'Time To Die', which might be the best mission statement for their music since 'Legalise Drugs and Murder' -- sadly for Jus Oborn, no such referendum came to pass. At sixty-five minutes and nine songs -- the longest in their discography of thankless, gruelling punishments --...view item »


Torch Runner
Endless Nothing

Crusty old punks Torch Runner pop up again on Southern Lord for their new record, 'Endless Nights'. It's the follow-up to their debut, 'Commited To the Ground', and shows off the same metallic grindcore sound, aiming to be even more chaotic. Torch Runner are giving the most unforgiving and impenetrable hardore acts a run for their money, cr...view item »


Weedeater
And Justice For Y'all

One for the Electric Wizard & Sleep fans, this millenium straddling smoker's delight of a platter has never (unbelievably) had this full vinyl unleasing before. I mean, who can skin up properly on a fucking CD case yo? This looks like a proper bitching, classic chunk of stoner wax for the rabid chong-hound in your life. Or workplace. Ea...view item »


Wold
Postsocial

Evil, hissing and ear-crackling black metal is on offer from 'Postsocial', a record that comes out of the genre's hallmarks but makes them even more extreme -- this is, if anything, harsh noise, a wall of impenetrable noise and a collection of wind tunnels blocking out any melody and leaving behind nothing more than an onslaught of piercing voca...view item »


Music Blues
Things Haven't Gone Well

This is the solo debut from  Stephen Tanner of Harvey Milk. It doesn't veer too far off the track he has pursued already with his main band  - i.e heavy Melvins, Gore, Earth, ZZ Top, Kiss and Judas Priest influences. The theme of the album is his life so far. Interesting.....maybe. I'm not sure if his life has been a dirgey sludge but ...view item »


Botanist
VI: Flora

Here's another selection from my rather metal-heavy pile this week. This one's from California's Botanist and is the sixth in a lengthy series of albums which will eventually make up a grand sci-fi/fantasy narrative about "The Botanist", a twisted scientist who lives in the "Verdant Realm", isolated from humanity...view item »


Opium Warlords
Taste my Sword Of Understanding

A record named Taste My Sword Of Understanding, by a band named Opium Warlords: take a guess. You got it, doom-heavy metal! This release, heralded as the last for this particular moniker (though Sami Albert Hynninen, for it is he, has others), is a strange one, sometimes rather abstract, someti...view item »


Cradle Of Filth
Total Fucking Darkness

Cradle Of Filth! I’ve got to say, I really appreciate a band having the self-awareness to name an album Total Fucking Darkness: it’s a title that doesn’t mess around, or pretend to be about anything other than what it is. Excellent. This double LP is actually a reissue of an early (1992) demo, bolstere...view item »


Blackberry Smoke
Leave A Scar Live in North Carolina

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Broken Bone
Willowbrook EP

Broken Bone are Yorkshire duo Daz Quayle and Tony 'Bone' Snowden. Most of you will know Daz already as one half of Scarletron, IL.EK.TRO and owner of scsi-av (no?). Tony has certainly paid his dues to the industry too, performing in noise bands, Crumbling Spine and Yorkshire Bone; laden with distorted drum machines, guitar and effects wi...view item »


Martyrdod
Elddop

Sweden’s d-beat crust gods, MARTYRDÖD, return with their second full-length for Southern Lord. Once again they entered the infamous Studio Fredman (At The Gates, Amon Amarth, Opeth) to record their new full-length, entitled Elddop, the crushing follow-up to 2012’s Paranoia LP. ...view item »


AnD / WHOK
Valved remixes EP

An EP of raw and abrasive industrial techno to pummel both mind and body with here. This is the first remix 12” on Trensmat, a by-product of the label’s continued incursions into techno territory. On the first side you get AnD remixing Valved’s ‘Tipping Point’, which strips the original (all of which are available a...view item »


Divorce
Divorce (Album)

Glasgow mentalists Divorce have been doing the rounds for a bit now, teasing us with all manner of juicy singles full of scratchy, unhinged psychopunk clatterings, but only now have they finally got round to dropping a full album of their anarchic disc-sander-to-the-face rantings. It’s f...view item »


ZATH
Black Goat Razor / Pain Reaper

ZATH (pronounced ‘ZOTH’) is made of three men - Zack Weil, Seth Sher and Dan Browning, all of whom have an existence outside of the howling maw of rage / despair that is ZATH. In fact, they’re all pretty busy m...view item »


Woods of Ypres
Pursuit of the Sun & Allure of the Earth

By the time their second LP, Pursuit of the Sun & Allure of the Earth came out Woods of Ypres were regarded as being in transition. Elements of gothic rock were leeching into their otherwise black metal sound. The band were defined by vocalist David Gold’s disconsolate delivery and stark lyrics. Gold sadly die...view item »


Boris
Noise

I don't know what's happened to Boris. I was never a big fan anyway but 'Pink' really had a startling power that pricked my ears up. It's all been a bit downhill from there, however. They've transformed into this kind of "alternative" stadium band, retaining their dynamic structures and eclectic nature but...I dunno. It's all a little over-worth...view item »


SEIROM
And The Light Will Swallow Everything

SEIROM is M.C. De Jong. And The Light Will Swallow Everything marks a departure from De Jong’s usual desolate and bleak work, this time he has created something that is bright and glorious, 4AD-ish and cinematic by using elements of shoegaze, post-rock and black metal. And The Light Will Sw...view item »


God Macabre
The Winterlong

The Winterlong is a reissue of the Swedish death metal trio God Macabre's classic from 1993. This expanded reissue features a previously unheard bonus track. Drummer Niklas Nilsson left the band before the album was recorded but was recruited as a session musician. The Winterlong is available ...view item »


Satan's Satyrs
Die Screaming

In the world of Satan's Satyrs, the riff is king. They don't even give us a whiff of vocals until we've banged our heads through a five-minute barrage of non-stop pummelling riffage. Their singer has a weird voice, thin, trebly and sneering, which works oddly well against the backdrop of thick, chunky testosterock.   ...view item »


Mamiffer & Circle
Enharmonic Intervals (For Paschen Organ)

Circle team up with Mamiffer (featuring Isis man Aaron Turner) for this slow and serious voyage of dread-drones and chilly textures. Over the course of three sides, we get a lengthy opener of chilly dark ambience with intermittent drumbeats and melodic twangs and scrapes (viola by ...view item »


Christopher Lee
Charlemagne: The Omens of Death

Available as either double orange vinyl or CD. Christopher Lee’s first outing into heavy metal by singing on a Rhapsody track and then narrating for Manowar. After releasing Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross in 2010 he was awarded the “Spirit of Hammer” award by ...view item »


Yvette
Process

Here's an admirably nasty-sounding album from duo Yvette, who mix the whole drums-and-guitar thing with some minimal electronic noise for a wrenchingly visceral explosion of post-punk with guitars that buzz and screech like exposed nerves, relentless repetitive rhythms and blasts of raw electronic noise. Second track 'Cuts Me In Half', f...view item »


The Oath
The Oath

The Oath are a trans-European rock and heavy metal band. Their members hail from Sweden, Germany, France and England. Their label, Rise Above, expect great things from the band and if the underground buzz is to be believed, they have every right to. Their eponymous debut is available on vinyl and CD....view item »


Limb
Limb

Well, I tried Googling these guys’ music, but all I found was Youtube videos of medical professionals. So I am left no choice but to go out on a limb here and say that their self-titled album will an album filled with Limb’s half-sludge-and-half-minimal-bleakness sound that we’ve come to appreciate....view item »


The Shrine
Bless Off

Got the new LP by hairy skate punks The Shrine. The inner sleeve has a collage of photos of the band ripping up some skateparks, posing with an American flag and machete, letting off a fire extinguisher, bleeding profusely, eating pizza and standing in front of things, interspersed with scantily clad skate betties as if to cement their skate-dri...view item »


Black Spiders
This Savage Land

Although this album is not quite as strong as the debut, it rocks the same way and has some awesome songs. This is a heavier, faster, darker album than the last. The band sticks to its good fun Rock and Roll tone and attitude, but lyrically, the songs are darker and more aggressive than most of what was on the debut and is overall more metal. Th...view item »


GRMMSK
(The End) Prophecies

The icy wastes of Finland make for some haunting nightmares and GRMMSK captures the fear perfectly on his 2012 album (The End) Prophecies from Libertatia Overseas Trading. Remastered for extra volume and depth, and featuring reggae vocals to ‘signify cosmic dread’ apparently. Available on CD....view item »


Shampoo Boy
Nebel / Nadel

I'll try to make this short. I have over 10,000 LP's, am 64, retired, owned a record store while going to college in the 60's. While working from 1975 to 2010 might have purchased maybe only 500 LP's. So it's only the last 4 years that I started getting back into the VINYL scene. Southern Records in London has a series called ...view item »


Kuolemanlaakso
Tulijoutsen

Finnish avant-garde at its finest, Kuolemanlaakso really can’t be arsed with any kind of boundaries. Between death metal and some kind of progressive acoustic folk, Tulijoutsen is all over the place without losing your attention. Impressive piece of Finnish craftsmanship, oozing with direct consequences of living ...view item »


Current 93
I Am The Last Of All The Field That Fell: Å Channel

I've got a challenge on my hands here. About half an hour to write about the new Current 93 album, which is nearly 70 minutes long. Of course you can look to the press release if you want to know who's on it, which is basically everybody from Nick Cave to John Zorn, as usual. A curs...view item »


Laibach
Spectre

Those wacky industrial avant-goths Laibach are, erm, back. When Phil handed me this CD he said "There's a new Laibach album, it's very funny." I wasn't sure what he meant. Now I'm listening to it and I know what he meant. Opener 'The Whistleblowers' opens with some whistling but then there's some big Slavonic-sounding gang vocals and uplifting s...view item »


Nothing
Guilty Of Everything

Guilty Of Everything is the debut album by Nothing. despite being signed to metal label, Relapse Records, Nothing take their cues from shoegazing maestros My Bloody Valentine and the arena alt. rock of Smashing Pumpkins. The heavy swathes of guitars, introspective, dark lyrics are offse...view item »


Polar
Shadowed By Vultures

Pop on your boots and get ready for some stomping with Polar. Shadowed By Vultures is the guilfordian groups second full length. Taking stock from the last few decades of melodic metal and hardcore, this one is full of heavy vocals, chugged and mathily riffing guitars and brutal bass and drums. Think More...view item »


Sutcliffe Jugend
Pursuit of Pleasure

Here's my last review before the weekend! It's this limited edition LP from Sutcliffe Jugend which is beautifully presented in a gatefold sleeve on splattery red vinyl with an poster and everything. The sleeve, poster (of Peter Sutcliffe's victims...pretty macabre) and vinyl itself are all individually numbered. That must've taken ages! ...view item »


Malkuth
Hathir Sakta

Malkuth launch a treble-heavy experimental black metal assault on your ears with their album Hathir Sakta. The New York trio comprise two untamed guitarists and an equally wild drummer who are let loose on the world - there’s no bass to hold things together. Hathir Sakta is available on vinyl LP....view item »
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Sunn O))) & Ulver
Terrestrials

I'm coming to the home stretch of this week's review marathon and running out of time so I have to make the frankly jarring aesthetic leap from the earnest '80s tweepop of Helen and the Horns straight over to this slow-burning slab of theatrical dirgery from Sunn O))) and Ulver. Thankfully this is one of the records where you already know what i...view item »


The Body
Christs, Redeemers

The Body's Christs, Redeemers sounds like an apocalypse of biblical proportions. The soundtrack to the end of the world. It's slow, sludgy and all of the instruments sound like they're exploding. The vocals range from a choir of angelic female vocals to inhuman squarks and squeals from the frontman. It's definitely an experience. While the album...view item »


Celeste
Animale(s)



Ulver
Live At Roadburn 2012



Oozing Wound
Retrash

I made a decision to review something that wasn’t sound art because I just did several sound art records in a row and it was starting to interfere with my chi. The record I was most confident wouldn’t be sound art turned out to be this debut mini-album from Oozing Wound. This lot are peddling some of the most filthy thrash metal you&...view item »


Church of Misery
Thy Kingdom Scum

Disco doom metallers Church of Misery are partial to heavy riffage and serial killers, having named nearly all of their songs after them. Thy Kingdom Scum continues their ascent to excellent surprise grooves and crushing evil. The band to listen to when all the serious doom bands start to bum yo...view item »


zydol
Triumph of the Will

60 minutes of noisy, distorted, lo-fi, naïve Musique concrète/ tape music. Black sonics from the void > An obsession with the fragility of existence. B-side is the A-side in reverse. Edition of 23 copies. Tracks: A: Is There a He...view item »


Cathedral
The Last Spire



Antlered Man
This Devil Is Them



Ramesses
Misanthropic Alchemy

Ramesses' 1st full length expands the occult doom of their earlier EP's to include more dynamics and textures without sacrificing any grit. This is a great Heavy Doom Album, full of evil menacing guitar riffs and fantastic death like vocals mixed in with some clean as well. I really loved Electric Wizards early work with the original members who...view item »


KK Null / Israel Martinez /Lumen Lab
Incognita



Nadja + Vampillia
The Perfect World

Here’s a rather special addition to Aidan “Nadja” Baker’s already intimidating canon - a collaboration with Osaka’s progressive neoclassicists Vampillia which straddles their two worlds of minimal doom rock and orchestral grandeur. Opener ‘Aurora&rsqu...view item »


Emanation
Under Magnetic Sleep

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Celeste
Nihiliste(s)



A Storm Of Light
Nations To Flames

Cruel sonic doomers A Storm of Light continue to drop their music from great heights onto the unsuspecting mass of people underfoot. Nations To Flames has a couple of most metal features on it, with Neurosis' Josh Graha and Kim Thayil from Soundgarden. A no...view item »


Katharsis
Suspension Of Belief

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Ashes Of Ares
Ashes Of Ares

After leaving Iced Earth for the second time, Matt Barlow shows us that his voice is as unfaltering as ever with is new project Ashes of Ares. It is indeed a power metal album at heart, so expect powerful vocals, pummeling riffs, and thrashing drums throughout. With the help of Freddie Vidales (also formerly of Iced Earth) and Van Williams (Ex-N...view item »
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Age Of Taurus
Desperate Souls Of Tortured Times

I’ve been well out of the UK underground metal scene for quite a few years now so this is a real blast from the past for me, Age Of Taurus have been gigging the underground scene since 2009 when vocalist/guitarist Toby Wright formed the band over a love of classic doom metal bands like Candlemass and Trouble, ‘Desperate Souls Of Tort...view item »


K11
Another Temple

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Dead In The Dirt
The Blind Hole



Debt of Nature
Order : Spoil the Entire State

I worried last week that it’s very possible subconsciously I have something against Brad Laner. I never seem to rate his music, in whichever format it takes, he must keep catching me on an off day as its nothing personal. In recent weeks we’ve had to deal with a reissue of his school band Earth ...view item »


John Avery
Club of No Regrets



Sunwolf
Midnight Moon

Sunwolf are a Leeds duo (says the press release) containing Matthew Carrington, Dominic Deane and James Clifford (says the album sleeve), and they’ve made this LP utilising the recording prowess of Ross Halden, with Hookworms’ MJ capturing the weird backwards loopery of closer ‘Glacier Ri...view item »


Black Pus
All My Relations

Here’s the latest CD from Black Pus, aka Brian Chippendale of Lightning Bolt and Mindflayer notoriety, who here blasts out a chaotic collection of upbeat lo-fi noise-pop with bass distorted into a big farty rumble, hollered vocals low in the mix and process...view item »


Black Sabbath
13

It's dark, heavy tone and masterful songwriting makes this album a standout amongst Black Sabbath's discography. It's a long album yet it keeps you interested, so it feels like the appropriate length. There are several small issues with this album, though. I can't say Rick Rubin did a spectacular job producing the album. While I don't mind the l...view item »


ASG
Blood Drive

The album didn't quite be what I expected from something considered to be 'stoner rock', but indeed it's got its good stoner moments. Some of the songs are very much progressive rock (close to what the Von Herzen Brothers would do in Finland), and some are similar to that, but with a very stoner-like sound to them. Then some of the tracks are al...view item »


Slobber Pup
Black Aces



Napalm Death
Leaders Not Followers

Red 10“ vinyl, limited to 1000 copies, released on Secret Records for record store day 2013. Originally released in 1999 this 10” Napalm Death provide 6 covers of punk and metal bands that have been their major influences. Including the blistering cover of "Nazi Punks Fuck Off" by Dead Kennedys and "...view item »


Melvins
Everybody Loves Sausages

You always know what to expect with the Melvins, if that thing is something totally bloody weird and obnoxious and surprising. This time around, just like last time around, they’re doing something a bit different. This time, though, that something is playing other people’s songs with their famous ...view item »


Cut Yourself In Half
Mekkanizm

Heavy- guttural- apocalyptic sounds mixed with some awesome melodies. What a truly great album. Say goodbye to the world being the highlight single track, yet all the other tracks provide enough mayhem and chaos for you to sink your teeth into again and again...view item »


Barberos / Dispo
You Vs Us/Us Vs You

Another split release from Payper Tiger, this time via the grey streets of Liverpool and the sunny climes of Italy with Barberos alongside electro-math wizards Dispo. It brings together a range of influences including Battles, The Mars Volta, Kraftwerk and ...view item »


Godflesh
Godflesh / Selfless / Us and Them

This boxset contains two of Godflesh's best albums (self-titled and 'Us And Them') along with their worst album (Selfless). The self-titled album especially is one of my all-time favourite albums, something of a life-changing experience, with its leviathan like riffs and stark, mechanical beats and Justin K. Broadrick's impenetrable vocals. Note...view item »


Baptists
Bushcraft



Contrastate
A Breeding Ground For Flies



Roseanne Barrr
Repulsion

Not to be confused with prime-time-sitcom-legend-cum-political-oddball Roseanne Barr, Roseanne Barrr are a boy-girl bass-and-drums duo of DIY queer punkers from London who I’m mostly aware of through their affiliation with Leeds anarcho-banshees Etai Keshiki. Their sound is a throbbing,...view item »


Nurse With Wound
A Sucked Orange / Scrag



Cotton Museum
Hatching Extraction

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Savage Pencil
Trip or Squeek's Big Amplifier

I’ve been a big fan of Savage Pencil (or Sav X) for years now. Ever since I clocked those early Blast First record sleeves I’ve been hooked! He’s done artwork for Sonic Youth, Big B...view item »


Laibach
Nova Akropola

Nothing like a little bit of horrifying industrial bloodshed to get you out of bed in the morning. On 'Nova Akropola', Laibach's unsettling sound recalls eerie, long forgotten film scores and ferocious power electronics driven with inflamed percussion, along with completely vulnerable vocals that range from opera to death metal growls. All the w...view item »


Various
Phrenology

The Runnningonair label serves up a nice little comp CD which was released for a show they’ve done/ are doing. I can’t possibly tell you which! It is/was available at the show and a few have been made for mail order from selected outlets. Each of the artists playing the show contributed a ...view item »


Lento
Anxiety Despair Languish



Cut Hands
Black Mamba (The Album)

Professional grimacing noisy bastard "Lovely" Bill Bennett (as me girlfriend likes to call him after he cadged a ciggie off her at Supersonic) brings forth the percussive terror once more on his second Cut Hands long player. This stuff is so portentous a...view item »


Yoga
Skinwalker

It opens at night, in a graveyard presumably, the bone-rattling groans of the undead drifting in from every side over what might be a distant organ drone. Over the moans of the dying someone frantically tries to tune a radio, hoping against hope there are more survivors elsew...view item »


Switchblade
Switchblade

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Ufomammut
ORO – Opus Alter

As its title suggests, "Oro: Opus Alter" is the second installment of a major work that began with "Oro: Opus Primum" and which revolves around the transformation of gold (itself a metaphor) into something much greater and which could be used for both tremendous good or unspeakable evil. If the music has direction and focus, they tend to come mo...view item »


Crypts
Crypts



Eagle Twin
The Feather Tipped The Serpent's Scale

Salt Lake City doom duo Eagle Twin's first album, The Unkindness of Crows, was apparently inspired by Ted Hughes’ poem Crow. At the end of the album crows fly into the sun, burn, and fall back to the Earth as snakes. That's some pretty metal imagery right there! Fittingly, the Feather Tipped The Serpent's Scale picks up the story there, and ex...view item »


Altar Of Flies / Mirrors Are Black
Split

French label Tamed Records are only in their infancy but they have impressed us weirdo snobs at Normans so far with those two bong-tastic 'Chaudelande' LPs from Gnod and a spook...view item »
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Melvins
Freak Puke

This Melvins album isn’t really a Melvins album. Only it is. It’s not business as usual, though, as this time around they’re stripped down to a three-piece with Buzzo and Crover joined by ...view item »


I.C.O.
Le Stelle : A Voyage Adrift

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Mike Shiflet
Merciless

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Divorce / Jailhouse Fuck
Split

We're all pretty fond of Divorce and their unhinged bombastic Arab on Radar-ish scuzzy noise-punk stylings so I've bunged their side of this split ...view item »


Flats
Better Living

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Philm
Harmonic

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Pelican
Ataraxia / Taraxis

Pelican is a post-metal band in the vein of Isis and Scale the Summit that holds down its airy atmosphere with some sludgy guitars in this short four-track EP. The big meaty growling of the guitars is lent memorable varying rhythms and though you might not be compelled to perk up your ears through every second of each song, every progression amb...view item »


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