“Colorado Springs is known for its evangelical Christian wackos, military, and more.” So starts the description of the upcoming 71 Grind Fest, a massive two-day event featuring a ton of bands that are sure to piss the aforementioned people off! Taking place at DIY space The Flux Capacitor during the day
The name David Paul Seymour is no stranger to us, as we’ve been admirers of his artwork for a long time now. He creates scenes of psychedelic journeys through heavy metal wastelands, so it makes perfect sense that he is creating a feature-length animated fantasy/science-fiction/doom-fueled movie called The Planet of Doom.
What would be your soundtrack for self-cannibalization? Would it be eerie, angry, haunting and hypnotic all at once? If that sounds about right, then keep reading. Belgian noise/sludge band 30,000 Monkies is getting ready to release their debut album via Consouling Sounds entitled I Ate Myself To Grow Twice As Big tomorrow,
I love the hypnotic, psychedelic riffs of stoner metal, and the dirty blues of sludge, but I like them even better when they’re mixed in the rebellious, chaotic blender that is noise! West Virginia’s Rhin have a new album in the works entitled Passenger that will make you want to get
Weedeater is on a massive tour, complete with a roster of amazing musicians joining them – Lord Dying, Today is the Day and Author & Punisher. No brainer right??? Anyway, here’s a review of the show. Local doom/sludge/noise/band BOG opened up and really fucked shit up. They were loud and rowdy
With the steady decrease in output from Jesu and the demise of Black Boned Angel, it appears now obvious that the pinnacle of world “doom-gaze” and of industrial drone is now represented by Nadja. The duo of Aidan Baker and Leah Buckareff at this point appears to be releasing at least