In our earlier feature about PDX’s Street Doom Dealers, Meghan MacRae stated, “R.I.P. brings you raw, dark and filthy doom that you can whip your hair to. It’s fast, fuzzed-out, loud and heavy and will encourage the overconsumption of whiskey and weed.” I can’t agree with her more, because this band is
Our comrades over at Midnite Collective have done it again and are about to drown Southern California under the weight of the Heavy Fest that is called Midnite Communion. From Nov. 11 to Nov. 13th, this event will be happening in Long Beach with some of the sickest bands from all
Excuse me while I curse the French for having hosted one of my favorite bands DOPETHRONE before my fair west coast Canadian city has had the honor to! I am so jealous of anyone who’s had the chance to see these guys live, because I just have to content myself with
The sludge death dealers FISTULA have a new album coming out on Nov. 1st entitled The Shape Of Doom To Cumm))) via Totem Cat Records. All I can say is that this band is as fucking filthy as ever, and every song on this record reeks with their I DON’T A FUCK
In a way, it’s the end of an era. Burgerfest has been a fixture of the Vancouver aggressive music scene since its inception 6 years ago. The event having grown almost exponentially with each successive instalment, it was fitting to see a return to the previous year’s venue – The Waldorf –
11Paranoias is the vessel of Adam Richardson, vocalist and bassist of Ramesses, which was initially founded around the same time Ramesses went into a form of hiatus. At first, the project also featured fellow Ramesses drummer Mark Greening, who was later replaced by Satan’s Wrath and ex-Capricorns member, Nathan Perrier.