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If you know doom then you better know WEEDIAN – one of the net’s best sources for everything doom/stoner/Sleep-worship. Our tastes align perfectly with everything Weedian brings to the underground music table, so we are so excited about their new comp being released on Blues Funeral Recordings! There are some

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The Mexican underground metal scene is really huge – you can find amazing bands from north to south, from hardcore to power violence, black metal, crust, etc… Although, the Mexican doom scene is, in comparison to other genres, not that well known. It’s not about genres, but I think it’s

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ALTAR OF BETELGEUZE is coming with another brutally awesome LP coming out on April 15th entitled Among the Ruins via Transcending Obscurity. Altar of Betelgeuze create sounds that carry a stoner doom/death metal feel, pulling you into their sweet-smelling fog and then bashing you over the head with a spiked

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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.

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Santa Cruz’s FOLIVORE have been a fixture in Northern California’s extreme underground for the last five years at least. The band has been a focal point of Santa Cruz’s local metal scene, and the band has wreaked havoc all over the North West, having hit the road with the likes of

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There are a few bands out there who have taken the term “HEAVY” and just run with it, taking this concept to its utmost extreme consequences. Some bands decide to be overwhelmingly technical, others overwhelmingly fast, others overwhelmingly theatrical, minimalist, or eccentric, or even slow; and well, MONOLORD from Sweden, who

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