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Hooded Menace: Effigies of Evil (CD) (Cover Art)
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Effigies of Evil (CD)

Label: Relapse   Origin: USA
Artwork by David V. D'Andrea. Effigies of Evil is a menacing, relentless slab of riffs and swirling space. The 10-plus minute opener “Vortex Macabre” sets the album in motion, combining creepy atmospherics with the band’s signature oppressive progressions. There is a tendency for death-doom bands to lose the plot, which is only natural when the kick and snare are spaced 5 seconds apart. Hooded Menace have never fallen into this trap, and Effigies is proof. The riffs nev...


Hopewell: Good Good Desperation (CD) (Cover Art)
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Good Good Desperation (CD)

Label: Tee Pee   Origin: USA
Hopewell’s newest record, Good Good Desperation, is a blast of straight up, glorious warped, stoned out, progged up, psych rock that’s as good as it gets now — or for the last 20 years. Miles away from the standard guitar noodling and random jamband-on-10 riffage of most new psychedelic bands, Hopewell are concerned with making a great rock record — old school style. Opening with a flying stack of Beach Boy’s esque vocals that uses a transition from “ah’s” to “ooh’s...


Horisont: Second Assault (CD) (Cover Art)
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Second Assault (CD)

Label: Metal Blade   Origin: USA
Second Assault hails back to the point in the early '70s when heavy metal was just starting to be defined. This was a time when a Uli Jon Roth-led Scorpions and a fledgling Judas Priest were fusing the colossal riffs of Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin and Grand Funk to the soulful virtuosity of Jimi Hendrix, Deep Purple and Wishbone Ash. Horisont can be found proudly jamming at the point where flares and cheesecloth shirts gave way to denim and leather.


Horisont: Time Warriors (CD) (Cover Art)
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Time Warriors (CD)

Label: Metal Blade   Origin: USA
Early '70s Scorpions, Thin Lizzy, UFO, Pentagram, Grand Funk Railroad, Deep Purple...yep, you get the picture, so if you happen to drink from the same well as Horisont do, chances are you are going to love what's on display here. "Writing on the Wall", "Backstreet", and "Diamonds in Orbit" are instantly memorable, with Axel's high pitched vocals soaring over the top of crunchy, tasty '70s styled licks and riffs from Charles and Kristofer. Even when they throw in a tune...


Horisont: Tva Sidor Av Horisonten (CD) (Cover Art)
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Tva Sidor Av Horisonten (CD) (Import)

Label: Crusher   Origin: Sweden
Horisont picks up where Witchcraft and Graveyard laid down the cornerstones. So if you’re a sucker for music inspired by Pentagram and Blue Cheer, this is a kick ass record. Horisont is all about blues rock and boogie with heavy riffing and long guitar solos.


Horn of the Rhino: Grengus (CD) (Cover Art)
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Grengus (CD) (Import)

Label: Doomentia   Origin: Czech Republic
Formed in 2004 in Spain, this trio started life by the simple name of Rhino and released two albums before having to change their name due to legal reasons to Horn of the Rhino. Their first album under this new moniker was 2010s superb “Weight of Coronation” and now 2 years on, the trio is ready with the follow up, “Grengus”. What Horn of the Rhino used to do was a sludgy brand of doom metal that would take its influences from doom, grunge, sludge and death metal and ...


Horn of the Rhino: Weight of Coronation (CD) (Cover Art)
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Weight of Coronation (CD) (Import)

Label: Doomentia   Origin: Czech Republic
Band formerly known as Rhino. Have you ever listened to an album, and an image pops into your head of one of your friends? This is what happened to me when I popped in Spanish doomsters Horn Of The Rhino. Immediately, an image is conjured up of my mate, horrendously pissed, dancing to St. Vitus with an arse hanging out and his patched sleeveless denim jacket stretched tight across his shoulders and he waves his arms in the air. From this rather robust image, this is a b...


Hornss: No Blood, No Sympathy (CD) (Cover Art)
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No Blood, No Sympathy (CD)

Label: Riding Easy   Origin: USA
Formed in 2010 with a line-up completed by drummer Bill Bowman (formerly of Zodiac Killers, Blackqueen, and Scrog) HORNSS have taken to the stage in support of Fatso Jetson, NAAM, Windhand, YOB, and The Freeks. Unlike some who are content to adopt the desert sound, San Franciscan trio HORNSS were born into it. Moulded by it from the very beginning in the case of members Mike Moracha and Nick Nava, who originally got their start in the Palm Springs band Solarfeast along...


Horse Latitudes: Awakening (Deluxe Edition) (CD) (Cover Art)
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Awakening (Deluxe Edition) (CD) (Import)

Label: Doomentia   Origin: Czech Republic
Two panel digipack printed on reverse board. Includes a booklet. Obelisk riffs of ritual and tradition, revelations from the mouth of madness, reverberations that move the soul: Horse Latitudes have come a long way since 2010’s Gathering, which left this lurker speechless. The staple skyscraper riffs, low-end worship and oral harmonies have all been strengthened by deep introspection. Joining them is a wealth of nuance and subtlety that makes Awakening an album unparall...


Horse Latitudes: Awakening (Standard Edition) (CD) (Cover Art)
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Awakening (Standard Edition) (CD) (Import)

Label: Doomentia   Origin: Czech Republic
Obelisk riffs of ritual and tradition, revelations from the mouth of madness, reverberations that move the soul: Horse Latitudes have come a long way since 2010’s Gathering, which left this lurker speechless. The staple skyscraper riffs, low-end worship and oral harmonies have all been strengthened by deep introspection. Joining them is a wealth of nuance and subtlety that makes Awakening an album unparalleled in character and size.


Hot Lunch: Self Titled (CD) (Cover Art)
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Hot Lunch
Self Titled (CD)

Label: Tee Pee   Origin: USA
Fused together with shards of the bands Parchman Farm, The Fells and Mensclub, Hot Lunch generates fuzzed out rock with the energy of punk. Frontman Eric Shea’s thick, unsteady vocal style is reminiscent of Thin Lizzy’s Phil Lynott, while Aaron Nudelman (guitar), bassist Charlie Karr and drummer Rob Elper kick out epic garage jammage in the tradition of the MC5 and Blue Cheer. Recorded on 2-inch tape to capture that analog glow, the “Hot Lunch” album isn’t nearly as s...


Hotel Wrecking City Traders: Black Yolk (CD) (Cover Art)
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Black Yolk (CD) (Import)

Label: Self Release   Origin: Australia
How many instruments does it take to create a massive rock and roll noise? Well, when it comes to Melbourne based outfit Hotel Wrecking City Traders, the answer is apparently two! A sound that’s somewhat similar to what rock behemoth Karma To Burn were producing back in their heyday. Toby’s massive riffs are quite literally killer in both their power and their impact, while Matthews’ drumming is totally rock solid, with just the odd fill here and there being thrown in...


Hotel Wrecking City Traders: Self Titled (CD EP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2006
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Self Titled (CD EP) (Import)

Label: Self Release   Origin: Australia
It's six instrumentals, but each song seems to come from a different classification of “heavy.” The prime suspects are Karma to Burn (again, naturally), the jazzy stoner qualities of Colour Haze, and just a touch of 5ive's psychedelic madness.


House of Broken Promises: Using the Useless (CD) (Cover Art)
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Using the Useless (CD)

Label: Small Stone   Origin: USA
Features members of Unida. Formed from the ashes of Unida, Indio, CA, desert trio House of Broken Promises make their debut offering in the meaty riffs of Using the Useless, combining accessibility with desert fuzz and a raucous catchiness. At the helm is righteously-bearded guitarist/vocalist Arthur Seay, whose delivery reminds of one-time Unida frontman John Garcia but comes on unhinged and confrontational where the former Kyuss/current Hermano singer was more control...


Howl: Bloodlines (CD) (Cover Art)
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Bloodlines (CD)

Label: Relapse   Origin: USA
Prepare yourself for raw sludgy goodness. For the most part Howl picks up the pace on Bloodlines. The songs here are more “full of hell” than the songs on Full of Hell. “Attrition” opens up this album with grime ridden, almost thrash like riffs that sound as if they were forged from the fires of Mount Doom. If “Attrition” is any indication, the songs on Bloodlines are heavier than a bag of steel elephants. Howl inject a healthy dose of sludge metal in every track as we...


Howl: Full of Hell (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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Full of Hell (CD)

Label: Relapse   Origin: USA
If you like your metal sludgy and doomy and played at a breakneck pace, this band is right up your alley. Think Bison B.C. or Zoroaster or early Mastodon.


Howl: Self Titled (CD EP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Self Titled (CD EP)

Label: Relapse   Origin: USA
Dredging dirge after dirge from a swampy black mire somewhere in the nether regions of Rhode Island(?!), they scrape off the crusty decomposition from their found artifacts and forge something fine enough for a Baroness, yet filthy enough for a Goatwhore


The Howling Wind: Into the Cryosphere (CD) (Cover Art)
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Into the Cryosphere (CD) (Import)

Label: Profound Lore   Origin: Canada
Into The Cryosphere focuses on a form of sludge laden black metal that mimics Unearthly Trance’s Celtic Frost, Venom and Bathory backbone but adds some frosty tremolo riffs here and there as balance. The result is an aptly named album that’s cavernous, sludgy, bleak and windswept as a tar pit in the Arctic Circle.


The Howling Wind: Of Babalon (CD) (Cover Art)
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Of Babalon (CD) (Import)

Label: Profound Lore   Origin: Canada
Resulting of a joint work of two experienced musicians (Tim Call on drums and Ryan Lipynsky on guitar and vocals) this reocrd manages to offer a pleasant synthesis American black metal, peppered with numerous references to most late 1980’s classics.


The Human Instinct: Pins in It (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2001
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Pins in It (CD) (Import)

Label: Little Wing of Refugees   Origin: Germany
Features a cover of Pink Floyd's "Nile Song". Pins In It was the third album by New Zealand blues-rock band The Human Instinct. It was released in 1971 and was both the first album to feature bassist Neil Edwards (formerly of the Underdogs) and the last to feature Billy TK on guitar. TK's departure signalled the end of the band's hard rock era.


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