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Today we’ve got a track premiere that will draw darkness on even the brightest of places – the eerie, psychedelic and spooky sounds of THE MON, a solo project from Ufomammut  lead vocalist, bass and synth player Urlo. Seriously, instead of traditional Halloween music, crank “Hate one I hate” wherever you

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Anyone who appreciates some dream state doom is going to love the new release from BISMUTH. Dry Cough (UK), Rope or Guillotine (NL), Medusa Crush (CA), and Tartarus Records (NL) will be putting out their new LPThe Slow Dying of The Great Barrier Reef. on Nov. 2nd, and today we’re beyond stoked to be sharing it

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Elder W/ Ancestors, Earthmass and Cegvera Audience members who turned up early to The Fleece in Bristol were treated to a varied heavy and ambient set by instrumental locals CEGVERA who commenced an epic night of psychedelic/prog dinged stoner doom. Having recently slimmed down to a two piece act after

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Kristina Esfandiari is primarily known as the vocalist of the excellent doom act King Woman, where her thunderous vocal performances cut through a thick veil of heavy riffs. However, there is a different side to Esfandiari’s creativity and that is what she partly explores with her side project. With Miserable,

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Honored to present an exclusive track premiere from the LA based instrumental doom quartet Goliathan, from their new EP of the same name. The song is an exciting blend of doom, stoner rock, and postrock elements, masterfully put into a musical story telling form, that goes from heavy and powerful

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The was year 2004, and I discovered a band that would change my life – OLD MAN GLOOM. When I heard them I could not believe how awesome they were, plus they inspired me on some next level shit! I would silkscreen for hours listening to OMG’s Xmas LP. They

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