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Photos & text by Abi Coulson Desertfest is a bit of a staple in any self-respecting UK doomer diary, yet this was my first experience of the 7 year old festival which has grown from strength to strength over the years to boast bigger and better line ups. Spread across

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Next Friday, May 4th through Sunday, May 6th, the 2018 edition of DESERTFEST UK will come crashing down on London with a ton of doom and sludge-laden riffs! The lineup is insane this year – with the likes of High on Fire, Weedeater, Monolord, Elder, Primitive Man, Napalm Death, Graveyard,

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Text: Thomas V. Jäger  When we started Monolord, I tried the fuzz pedals I had at home to find something that sounded as evil as the sounds I had in my head. None of them was what I had in mind. The first version of the song “Empress Rising” is

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson On September 10th, I tore myself away early from a wedding reception’s open bar to head down to the Astoria for my second MONOLORD show in just over a month. I saw them destroy the Shakedown in Bellingham at the beginning of their North American tour alongside SWEAT LODGE, and as

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It’s another year, which means another round of amazing festivals dedicated to the love of all things dark and heavy! One of the UK’s greatest and most crushing underground musical events has just been announced, and we’ve got Desertfest tickets for you! DESERTFEST 2016 has a seriously stacked lineup for

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EIGHT – JUPITERIAN Aphotic Aphotic has what every fan of drone, doom, sludge, fuzz, heavy and everything of the sort wants and needs in a release. The Brazilian four-piece give us straining, decadent, and demanding vocals on the low-end of politeness. The harsh, precise, and forcefully significant droning of the

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