From the deep sea emerges The Osedax, a three-piece sludge metal band ready to deliver a real earworm with their brand new song “White Horse / Tempest.”
L’héritage du monde, the debut album on Sepulchral Productions from Quebec’s Trépas, is an exhausting experience, but one that invokes sense memory beyond the aural making for a more memorable and honest one – and one that leaves a listener eager to repeat it.
Monterrey, Mexico’s doom rockers The Dark Silence of Death are offering their snappy, driving track “Strange Happenings” as a free mp3 download; give it a listen and find yourself possessed by their dark, occult brand of rock n’ roll.
Released via Southern Lord Recordings, Pyroclasts is extremely heavy, bold, and the record that Sunn O))) have been working towards over the past decade.
Along with openers Windhand, post-metal instrumental band Russian Circles’ recent concert at Toronto’s Lee’s Palace was utterly impressive. Their stark lighting effectively amplified the mood and menace of the material they were performing.
Out September 20th via Metal Blade Records, A Dawn To Fear by Cult of Luna commands your focus and repays you with one of the most immersive and rewarding records likely to be seen this year.
Following on from their previous outing, Mississauga-based chuggernauts Hammerhands have put out another beast of an album; Model Citizen is a black dahlia of sludge and doom.
On their new Sludgelord Records release, Ocean is More Ancient Than The Mountains, Chicago’s Plague of Carcosa delve deeper into the dark minds of Lovecraftian creatives, and come up with a whirlpool of gargantuan riffs, mesmerising breaks and sheer force. Who needs vocals, right?
To discuss their debut record Celestial Mechanics, out now via Century Media, in addition to questions about some of his awesome tattoos, we spoke with Tronos vocalist Shane Embury!
To offer you insight into the writing and recording of their Thrill Jockey Records-released album, Throes, Iowa doom metal trio Aseethee present a special track-by-track rundown of their recent EP.
Russia’s doomy instrumental twosome, Endname deliver some delicious post-metal that’s peppered with electronics, atmospherics, and down-tuned guitars. Check an exclusive sneak preview of Eva, due out April 19th via Slow Burn Records.
Due on April 19th via Magnetic Eye Records, Chicago doom/stoner quartet, High Priest have one hell of an end-of-week “Offering” with the debut of their new song and final single off their forthcoming four-track EP, Sanctum.