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  Since Windhand first dipped their toe in the not so murky waters of melodic doom, they have not been short of admirers. Mid-paced, with fuzzed up grooves that you could open a tin of peas with, and of course the smoky vocals of Dorthia Cottrell. What’s not to like

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In 2018, Windhand​ ​begin a new era of gloom and grief and team up with Virginia’s Satan’s Satyrs for an amp-worshipping, acid trip from hell on the split release in February via Relapse Records. A new full-length is projected for late 2018 as well along with plenty of touring as

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Are you ready to enter the cathedral of fuzz and bow down at the altar of gloom? Satan’s Satyrs know how to create songs that have unforgettable riffs and melodies without ever being corny. Satan’s Satyrs have teamed up with their homies in doom Windhand for a killer split that is coming

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Windhand and Satan’s Satyrs Tour starts tonight in Philly! Windhand: You recently moved to Richmond.  What do you think so far?  And what was the driving factor behind moving here? Satan’s Satyrs: The main reason for moving down was to be in the same city as my guitar player and drummer. Jarrett

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Windhand, with guests Haggatha Fortune Sound Club, Vancouver, BC April 22nd, 2017 I have probably expressed my contempt for early shows more than once. There’s just something that strikes me as counter-intuitive about starting a two band show in the early evening, then booting all attendees at 10pm to make

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They say time heals all wounds. In the case of Richmond quartet Cough, time appears to have become the catalyst that feeds their demons and fuels their fire. Their experiences over the past decade have helped shape the band’s sound into the unequivocally monstrous, down-tuned behemoth that has finally returned

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