1000mods - Repeated Exposure to… (IMPORT) (CD)
Limited edition of only 1000 copies on CD.
Here's the 2016 full-length by the excellent Greek heavy psych-rock band. The music features big amps, downtuned guitars, groovier-than-life drum parts and some of the band's best vocals to date. Suitable for fans of '70s Sabbathic rock and the '90s heavy rock movement.
1000mods - Super Van Vacation (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (CD)
The 2011 debut full-length release from Korinthian stoners is finally repressed! One hour of truly heavy psychedelic stoner rock for fans of Kyuss, Los Natas, Radio Moscow, etc. The LP was produced by Billy Anderson and features artwork by Malleus Art Lab.
1000mods - Vultures (IMPORT) (CD)
1000 Mods strike back! 'Super Van Vacation' paved the way for their 2014 album 'Vultures', a record that is highly addictive much like a shot of pure psychedelic/heavy rock.
1000mods - Vultures (Re-issue) (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)
Limited edition on black vinyl.
Repressed on vinyl, the second full-length record from Greek psychedelic/stoner rockers 1000Mods, 'Vultures', is a masterful work that stands middle ground between heavy stoner rock and '70s psychedelic rock, with radiating influences from such iconic artists as Black Sabbath, Kyuss, Blue Cheer and Monster Magnet.
11Paranoias - Stealing Fire from Heaven (IMPORT) (CD)
The CD is exquisitely packaged in 6-panel digipak with a double die cut cover.
'Stealing Fire From Heaven' is the third release from 11PARANOIAS. 11PARANOIAS encapsulate otherworldliness and psychedelia, resulting in a devilish cocktail of riffs, fuzz and fury. The phenomenal artwork for 'Stealing Fire From Heaven' is a piece by celebrated pioneer of the Surrealist art movement, Max Ernst, entitled 'The Temptation Of St. Anthony'.
16 - Bridges to Burn (CD)
Enduring, seminal and nihilistic to the core – California’s 16 have reformed and bounced back with the most intense, bleak and powerful album of their lengthy career. There’s no optimism here, throughout this awesome sludge-packed dirty affair Cris Jerue and Co. fist-fuck their way through 12 vignettes of how shit life can be. In fact, the titles alone sum up the mood of this album. The soundtrack to a life of living in the gutter? You bet!
From Cris Jerue's antagonistic caterwauls in scorching opener "Throw in the Towel" it's absolutely evident that SoCal noiseniks -16- have returned with a vengeance after a seven-year hiatus. Their previous album, 2002's Zoloft Smile, hardly prepared the listener for the updated animosity felt on Bridges to Burn. Jerue doesn't use his seething clean vocals as much as on previous albums, preferring a more direct approach to voluntary laryngitis. An updated production with rare Rwake-like guitar solos and metronomic destructo beats from returning drummer Jason Corley, Bridges to Burn is the sound of a rejuvenated band ready to take on all comers with Unsane-esque bloodied fists.
California crossover sludge-meisters 16 have been plying their trade since the early '90s, but their output has been sporadic. Bridges to Burn is their first full-length release since 2003. The music on Bridges to Burn is driven by Bobby Ferry's guitars. His thick and heavy riffs are the backbone supporting the behemoth that is 16. Sludgy downtuned doom is sharpened by sharp hardcore edges and periodic breakdowns. Cris Jerue's vocals are hardcore yells, delivered with maximum volume and anger. His self-loathing lyrics aren't exactly puppies and sunshine, with lines like "this is the worst day of my life," but his misery is our pleasure. Bridges to Burn is a welcome return by 16.
16 - Deep Cuts from Dark Clouds (CD)
Southern California’s godfathers of bum-out 16 return with another masterpiece of bleakness on ‘Deep Cuts From Dark Clouds’. 16 maintain their position atop the mountain of sludge-metal. What has always set 16 apart from their doom and sludge contemporaries has been their ability to set the utter bleakness of singer Cris Jerue’s lyrics to undeniably catchy and heavy riffs and grooves and ‘Deep Cuts From Dark Clouds’ finds the band absolutely perfecting this already addictive combo. Never has extreme depression and despair sounded so good!
16 - Drop Out (Re-issue) (CD)
Debut album from drug-addled thunderfuck champions, 16. A heavy dose of terminally deviant tirades blown over bleary narco-rhythms, and overly punishing riffs and delivered at maximum volume.
16 - Lifespan of a Moth (CD)
Southern California's veteran sludge-rock trailblazers return with their 7th full-length album Lifespan of A Moth, the band's heaviest, darkest, and most complex material to date!