Hair of the Dog - The Siren's Song (IMPORT) (LP)
Limited edition black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.
HAIR OF THE DOG, a riff-laden heavy rock trio from Edinburgh, Scotland and is a tight, energetic outfit that has been jamming, writing and performing for over fifteen years now.
Harsh Toke - Light Up and Live (Gold) (LP)
Limited edition on translucent gold vinyl. Includes a download code.
The debut album "Light Up and Live" from Harsh Toke forges the new breed of psychedelic skate rock. Like a destructive wind bursting and shredding these six strings of space release some 5,000 notes circling and oscillating around timelessly and unremittingly in and out of the beating heart and core groove of the drums, the banging the bashing allows the bass to seem far out as a cosmic buffet of pounding and pummeling and punishing and as if underneath the ocean came an atmospheric astral plane of sounds infinite and fuzzed down to the bone do these keyboard ivories tickle as if lost in space. But out with the bull and in with the real, these 4 music lovers and jam crazed heavy seekers search to get that sound aloud and and make a ton of fucking noise while they're at it.
Haunted - Self Titled (LP)
Limited edition on black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.
This introductory 5-song effort from vocalist Cristina Chimirri, guitarist Fancesco Bauso, bassist Frank Tudisco, guitarist Francesco Orlando, and drummer Valerio Cimino, otherwise known as Haunted, is going to blow away fans of Hard Rock. I do not make such a bold statement with carefree, reckless abandon either, no, not at all but this thing is an incredibly magnificent opus to all that is heavily fuzzened with doomed might, vintage in sound, atmospheric in nuance, and massive in all that is good in the realm of Doom and Stoner Rock! - Metal Nexus
Hawg Jaw - Don't Trust Nobody (Picture Disc) (LP)
Limited edition picture disc.
On Don't Trust Nobody, the band, which features some Eyehategod and The Mystick Krewe of Clearlight cronies, pulls back from the sludge-core sound of Send Out the Dogs and embraces a more hardcore vibe. The singing is more of a bark, the lyrics spat out than sung, and the backing instrumentation is just as stripped down. It's a lesson in minimalistic violence, as ungainly and painful as being pushed down a flight of stairs. So if you're in the mood for something with SST production and delivery, you might want to check out Hawg Jaw. It's a little more raw than Send Out the Dogs and a little more feral.
Hawkeyes - Poison Slows You Down (Red) (LP)
Limited edition of only 450 copies on transparent red colored vinyl.
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Helmet Lady Records' and Hawkeyes' first vinyl release, the ideal format for these four tracks of dangerously psychedelic sludge/doom!
Hawkwind - Live Seventy Nine (Yellow) (IMPORT) (2LP)
Limited edition of only 500 copies on translucent yellow colored vinyl. Record Store Day 2015 edition. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.
'Live Seventy Nine' is a 1980 live album by Hawkwind, recorded on their Winter 1979 tour.
Hawkwind - Quark Strangeness and Charm (Clear) (IMPORT) (2LP)
Limited edition of only 500 copies on clear colored vinyl. Record Store Day 2015 edition. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.
Quark Strangeness and Charm was the first full flowering of Hawkwind's newly-honed drive towards brittle pop, sharp wit, and crystal-clear intent -- attributes that, if they'd ever existed in the past, had been entirely overwhelmed by the sheer grandeur of the space rock rocket blast. Now it was the propulsive riffs and deep space echoes that were held in abeyance, and Quark opened as it meant to go on. Hawkwind's most unexpected album to date and, today, one of their most endearingly enduring; charming, strange, and, if not quark, then certainly quirky.
Hawkwind - Space Ritual (Deluxe Re-issue) (2LP)
Limited edition on black vinyl. 3 panel deluxe gatefold sleeve which folds out to a 36'x24' poster.
Recorded live at Liverpool Stadium and Brixton Sundown. I am not quite sure why this is not the holy grail of all stoner rock records. This album boasts the powerful rhythyms of Simon King and Lemmy Kilmister. The vocals by Dave Brock, Rob Calvert, and notably Nik Turner set a new level for spacey recordings. The guitars strobe on like psychedelic war machines. It is an entirely otherworldly affair. A record truly in its own world. This might be the finest record I've ever heard.
The ultimate psychedelic album.