Sludge

High On Heavy Riffs!
EYEHATEGOD vs. HIGH ON FIRE
Full Sets Now Showing!

This feature is for all heavy weirdos out there who love EYEHATEGOD and HIGH ON FIRE. Check out both bands kill shit at the Ottobar in Baltimore on April 27th. All of this insane footage was captured by our comrade

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Stoneburner
Life Drawing
Review, Stream + Footage

Clearly there’s something in air in Portland, Oregon that’s been breeding a city with a vibrant and healthy underground for years, especially those of the doom and sludge variety. Stoneburner are one such band and one of the latest signees

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Torment Always Finds You: THOU & THE BODY Collaborative Album Review

They did it. They fucking did it. After years of chasing each other around all over the country on endless joint tours and doing absolutely nothing to hide a deep and long running friendship, two of America’s most prominent and

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Exclusive
CVLT Nation Streaming:
The Cutthroats 9 “Dissension”

Feeling down in the sludge has never felt or sounded so good! This is because I’m blasting the brand new The Cutthroats 9 song “Dissension” in my ears. This band knows how to dip their riffs into a vat of

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SALEM’S POT
Lurar ut dig pa Prarien
Review + Much More

Doom out of Sweden is almost always guaranteed to be fucking good, so why would the case be any different for Salem’s Pot? After two demo releases (Sweeden and Watch me Kill You/Run The Night), the band members gather all

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HEXIS / PRIMITIVE MAN Split
Review + Exclusive HEXIS Stream!

Label: Halo Of Flies Hexis and Primitive Man both have recent triumphs under their belt. Hexis finally released their first length Abalam in January while Primitive Man were signed by Relapse Records and had their malicious debut record Scorn re-released,

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HEAVY HOUR 8

Poster Artwork by M.A.N. Thanks for checking out the 8th installment of the “Heavy Hour”, I am going to be sharing 8 of the Heaviest Bands kicking around the Underground. On 1/24/14, one of the Heaviest shows of 2014 took

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