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  • Knife – Knife

    Grabbed from The Obelisk: Whether it’s the start-stop semi-Southern chugga groove of “Outrider” (little Danzig in there) or the unbridled energy of “Lineage,” Knife make...

  • The Moss – Wulfram

    Taken from TheObelisk.net: The songs and aesthetic are vinyl-ready in a way that’s more Graveyard than Witchcraft, despite the organ in “Un Vultur,” and several...

  • Larman Clamor – Altars To Turn Blood

    It’s like gospel music… but evil. It’s bluesy, it’s haunting, it’s rockin’! Larman Clamor’s second album “Altars To Turn Blood” takes off where the first s/t...

  • Serious Beak – Huxwhukw

    From Sydney, Australia we get another gem of interfering vast field of subgenres, ranging from doom, drone, psychedelic rock to progressive. And that album cover...

  • The Fërtility Cült – Eschatology

    Taken from TheObelisk.net: The bottom line here is that The Fërtility Cült, like a lot of bands, use stoner rock as their basis for varying stylistic...

  • Sky Picnic – Farther in This Fairy Tale

    Taken from TheObelisk.net: On the whole, Farther in This Fairy Tale will probably find its greatest welcome among heads already indoctrinated into the style, but in...

  • Forge of Clouds – s/t

    Take Kylesa and Baroness, and put them in a blender add some greasiness above and you will get Forge of Clouds‘ variant of sludge /...

  • Goliathon – Without Further Ado

    Holy crap, man! I mean it. I have no idea how did I come into this band when, this morning, I was clicking randomly on...

  • Effloresce – Shades of Fate EP

    To be honest with you, I’m not aware of any progressive metal bands mixing this subgenre with the atmospheric formula. Effloresce comes from Nuremberg, Germany...

  • Valley of the Sun – The Sayings of the Seers EP

    Taken from TheObelisk.net review of the EP: It’s this kind of subtlety that The Sayings of the Seers makes its home in, and while on the...