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1000mods - Super Van Vacation (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art 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.

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16 - Drop Out (Re-issue) (CD) Cover Art 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.

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16 - Lost Tracts of Time (Color) (LP) Cover Art 16 - Lost Tracts of Time (Color) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on color vinyl. B-side features an etching.

Stark, harsh and brutal are the only words that give weight to the sound of Southern California's (16). These three tracks are previously unreleased, recorded during the Zoloft Smile sessions. Prepared for vinyl by former White Zombie guitarist J. Yuenger, these songs have been born again with renewed fury for enhanced listening. Lost Tracts of Time includes the eerie midnight forest jacket and sleeve artwork designed by Lindsey Kuhn. The color of the vinyl is midnight sky mixed with opaque and translucent hues. The A side of the record showcases the three songs at 45 RPM while the entire B Side is an etching by Kuhn.

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Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell - Keep it Greasy (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell - Keep it Greasy (IMPORT) (CD)



There is no brash egotism at play here, just a rough-and-ready honesty which permeates in what these three guys do. Their songs haven't washed in weeks, far too busy spinning crackling Budgie vinyls, knackered Motörhead live albums played at a sluggish RPM and snorting self-inflammatories to do anything hygienic.

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Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell - Keep it Greasy (Purple) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell - Keep it Greasy (Purple) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on purple colored vinyl.

There is no brash egotism at play here, just a rough-and-ready honesty which permeates in what these three guys do. Their songs haven't washed in weeks, far too busy spinning crackling Budgie vinyls, knackered Motörhead live albums played at a sluggish RPM and snorting self-inflammatories to do anything hygienic.

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Ahkmed - Distance (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Ahkmed - Distance (IMPORT) (LP)



Distance strikes me as being based in the progressive psychedelic rock aesthetic, falling somewhere between the grand statements of 35007 or labelmates My Sleeping Karma and the alt-shoegaze of Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound or The Black Angels. The band never really stretches too far in either direction instead maintaining a pleasant balance that makes it easy to get caught up in the album's seven tracks.

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All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)



Are you already in the mood for Spring and even better, for the Summer? Than turn on Our Mother Electricity from All Them Witches: a perfect album to do away with your slumbering winter depression. The first comparisons that come to mind: Danava, Kyuss light, old psychedelic rock like Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Mother Tongue, etc. The soundscape they are projecting is part ‘desert’, part old bluesy hard rock. There is a leading role for the drums too and you can’t help but smile at the keys.

Man, I love the influence the south has had on music. Whether it be blues, jazz, country, or rock something about the soul of the south etches itself in the music and it remains there... eternally. That southern soul is vibrant in Nashville's All Them Witches and one listen through Our Mother Electricity will make you a believer. The album is also completely dynamic.

For instance the first track Heavy/Like A Witch, with its Alice in Chains dual vocalizing, is heavily blues inspired with moments of intense doom and 70's era psychedelics and the very next track The Urn finds an Americana via alt country twang and has lyrical lines that demand to be sung along. The album continues to travel through fast paced rockers, soulful grooves and slower chill tracks. The final tracks Family Song For The Leaving and Right Hand are smooth, super chilled and full of luscious melody. Family... being an acoustic plucked gem really stands out while Right Hand has more of that Alice in Chains style vocalizing and then there is the sound of fingers sliding along the guitar strings... simply hypnotizing.

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All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (IMPORT) (CD)



Are you already in the mood for Spring and even better, for the Summer? Than turn on Our Mother Electricity from All Them Witches: a perfect album to do away with your slumbering winter depression. The first comparisons that come to mind: Danava, Kyuss light, old psychedelic rock like Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Mother Tongue, etc. The soundscape they are projecting is part ‘desert’, part old bluesy hard rock. There is a leading role for the drums too and you can’t help but smile at the keys.

Man, I love the influence the south has had on music. Whether it be blues, jazz, country, or rock something about the soul of the south etches itself in the music and it remains there... eternally. That southern soul is vibrant in Nashville's All Them Witches and one listen through Our Mother Electricity will make you a believer. The album is also completely dynamic.

For instance the first track Heavy/Like A Witch, with its Alice in Chains dual vocalizing, is heavily blues inspired with moments of intense doom and 70's era psychedelics and the very next track The Urn finds an Americana via alt country twang and has lyrical lines that demand to be sung along. The album continues to travel through fast paced rockers, soulful grooves and slower chill tracks. The final tracks Family Song For The Leaving and Right Hand are smooth, super chilled and full of luscious melody. Family... being an acoustic plucked gem really stands out while Right Hand has more of that Alice in Chains style vocalizing and then there is the sound of fingers sliding along the guitar strings... simply hypnotizing.

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Ancient Warlocks - II (Tri-Color) (LP) Cover Art Ancient Warlocks - II (Tri-Color) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 250 copies on tri-colored (blue, white, brown) vinyl.

The Warlocks give their debut a worthy follow-up with their second outing, building on the foundation of laid back vibes and catchy songwriting. The result is a fuzzed-out collection that's sure to find itself no less welcome over time.

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ASG - Blood Drive (2LP) Cover Art ASG - Blood Drive (2LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Sometimes seasons make the music, and then, if the band is that rad, that good, the music makes the season. North Carolina’s ASG have warm weather in their back pockets. They pull out batches of sun-spotted riffs, and they throw them in the air for the zephyrs to claim. No doubt settled within some Stoner Rock climate, ASG (All Systems Go) and their fifth full-length album, “Blood Drive,” seem content no matter where you place them. It’s a sandy sound with big Doomy chords and Grunged-out feelings where things get heavy quickly, and then, on a dime, cool down with Modern Rock grins and waves of bluesy, hazy psychedelia. The balance, basically, is metered out flawlessly, ensuring a well-rounded listening experience for fans who seek losing themselves along winding coasts or amid the sprawling tracts where lone cacti raise their spines.

Having a blast like Torche and kicking ass like Orange Goblin, ASG’s “Blood Drive” is a Rock ‘n’ Roll joyride helmed by vocalist/guitarist Jason Shi, whose singing, which may prove to be the album’s most contentious and beloved quality, bears shades of 90s Rock and Grunge acts like Hum and Jimi's chicken Shack. Shi’s voice is clear, unique, and refreshingly alive, hurling lyrics that are both revealing and painfully spot-on. Backed by Matt Hyde’s production, “Blood Drive” sounds amazing. The guitars are mean, friendly, and everywhere. The rhythm section is dense, on point, hard enough to breaks back over, transitioning easily into full-on Metal assaults (“Castlestorm”) when the moment demands.

Yet as heavy as the band is, and as the production conveys, “Blood Drive” exists as an album that is unbearably patient, quiet at times, eager to tell its story to listeners who listen and listen well. Songs are mellow, perhaps even soothing, and it’s this mixture of thick tones, bluesy Rock, and weighty reflection, of emotions too palpable to be ignored, that carry the album aloft, the way a good Doom album will, but in a way that’s always more about the shine than the gloom. ASG have struck gold with “Blood Drive.” It’s a stoned-out cruiser of an album, and unlike what Shi sings on “Day’s Work,” there’s plenty around here to hold your attention. Seriously cool stuff.

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Price: $28.99