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Akimbo: City of the Stars (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2004
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City of the Stars (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
City of the Stars is heavy but without a ton of distortion, and the songs have an almost mathy-type feel to them. With the jagged, hoarse vocals, Akimbo take on a more abrasive quality. It's a hectic, chaotic album. Songs start and stop without warning, yet all the time maintaining momentum. It’s like they’ve created a perpetual motion machine that runs on madness. If that doesn’t entice you to check them out, I don’t know what will.


Atriarch: Forever the End (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2011
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Forever the End (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Oppressive in its atmosphere and crafted with an unrelenting darkness of aesthetic, Forever the End, from Portland, Oregon’s Atriarch is an intelligent masterwork that harkens to a very particular sense of drama. It’s a grieving, sorrowful atmosphere, playing modern doom tonality off depressive ‘90s-style guitar weeping that’s more Gothic than “gothic,” but owes something to drunken teenage late nights spent hanging out in cemeteries nonetheless. The four mostly-extend...


Batillus: Concrete Sustain (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2013
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Concrete Sustain (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Two years after breaking through with Furnace, Brooklyn's finest, Batillus, are back with Concrete Sustain, a collection of six fairly lengthy but surprisingly lean and focused updates on the band's industrial sludge repertoire. Representing more of a refinement of the existing Batillus sound rather than an evolution per se, Concrete Sustain dials back the atmospherics just a smidge without sacrificing any of the bottom end. Heavy is and always will be the Batillus sto...


Batillus: Furnace (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2011
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Furnace (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
New York doom act Batillus is finally dropping the long-awaited debut full-length album “Furnace.” Now fully equipped with a vocalist, Batillus is filling out its sound and taking the reins of its own destiny. The long stretches of simmering doom found in previous outings are all here, but cranked up a notch as the group finds its footing and looks to make an impact on the sludgy metal scene. Fans of massive riffs and being crushed to death in slow motion have got a f...


Diesto: High as the Sun (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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High as the Sun (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Heavy without being oppressive and familiar without being redundant, Portland, Oregon, post-sludgers Diesto’s High as the Sun is an hour of righteously brutal ambience made flesh with crunching riffs, post-metal rhythmic churn, hypnotically chanted vocals and drone just where it’s needed most. The four-piece seem modern in their influence, but as much as one could point to YOB, Kylesa and more recent A Storm of Light for comparisons, elements of Unsane, Earth, Oceanic-...


Gnaw: Horrible Chamber (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2013
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Gnaw
Horrible Chamber (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Ladies and gents, the next Eugene Robinson: Alan Dubin, formerly of Khanate -- oh yeah … that guy. Dubin-fronted Gnaw may be merely Oxbow ‘lite’, but their advanced mimicry has become nigh-comprehensive: the ugly blubbering of ischemic excruciation, gnash-and-spittle freakish yowls; every leaky faucet in John Watermann’s brain, the sawdust whispers of workbench trauma; the smothering hum of wound myiasis, maggots and locusts come to roost in a wet fleshly blanket all t...


Indian: Slights and Abuse/The Sycophant (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2008
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Slights and Abuse/The Sycophant (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Slights and Abuse/The Sycophant (originally released as two separate limited edition LPs) literally leaps out at you and barely pauses over the course of its nine songs. The first three songs pummel the listener with a thunderous barrage of heavy that could be described as a syrupy, swampy form of grindcore. It's not until “Fatal Lack” that the band reverts back to a slower tempo and settles into an evil 15 minutes of crusty doom. If the Slights and Abuse half of the ...


Indian: The Unquiet Sky (Re-issue) (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2011
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The Unquiet Sky (Re-issue) (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
This is stripped down hate doom, very much akin to their late Chicago brethren Buried at Sea or Portland, Maine’s Ocean. The forays into southern sludge grooves and the occasional faster pace add some color as well. Like most bands of this nature, it takes awhile for the full effect of Indian to sink in. It’s a massive sound, almost confrontational in nature. Fans of this style of music will be raving about this one for awhile.


Indian: The Unquiet Sky (Re-issue) (Color) (Vinyl 2LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2007
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The Unquiet Sky (Re-issue) (Color) (Vinyl 2LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 100 copies with yellow and red bleed colored vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. This is stripped down hate doom, very much akin to their late Chicago brethren Buried at Sea or Portland, Maine’s Ocean. The forays into southern sludge grooves and the occasional faster pace add some color as well. Like most bands of this nature, it takes awhile for the full effect of Indian to sink in. It’s a massive sound, almost confrontational in nature. Fans of thi...


Kongh: Shadows of the Shapeless (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2010
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Kongh
Shadows of the Shapeless (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Yes, Kongh employs many of the same tactics as YOB. There are big, catchy riffs and progressive song writing forms. There’s also plenty of high end guitar work providing intellectual counterpoints to the massive guitars that hammer away at main riffs with reckless abandon. The rhythm section is groove-oriented and occasionally steps out of line for smart time signature play and flare. Still, is that such a bad thing? Both bands’ songs are magnificent and distinct. I, f...


Lord Mantis: Spawning the Nephilim (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Lord Mantis
Spawning the Nephilim (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Features members of Nachtmystium and Indian. If you were to leave Lair of the Minotaur in the depths of whatever cavern Khanate existed in, they might come out sounding like Lord Mantis, whose appropriation of Morbid Angel-type mythological references (and a black metal-type logo) underscores the varied influences playing out in Spawning the Nephilim’s seven tracks. As the chugging modern sub-thunder riffage shows, they’re not just blasting away with aimless aggression...


The Makai: The End of All You Know (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2007
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The Makai
The End of All You Know (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
The End of All You Know is noisy, guitar-heavy, and cranked up to the maximum. The band blends thrash and extreme metal, Swedish-influenced melodic death, and a good bit of chaotic hardcore. The pace is relentless, the songwriting is solid, and the arrangements are written in a way that keeps each song from sounding like the next one.


Millions: Gather Scatter (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Millions
Gather Scatter (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Say whatever you want about the fact that Millions features Seventh Rule Recordings co-founder Scott Flaster. Gather Scatter is worth your attention because if Flaster wasn’t playing guitar and singing in this band, I wouldn’t at all be surprised to hear them on his label anyway. Semi-tech spastic smartypants noisy hardcore with some sunburned, driving Southern riff work and the occasional Black Flag about to have a nervous breakdown groove? Yeah, that’s such a depart...


Millions: Gather Scatter (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Gather Scatter (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Say whatever you want about the fact that Millions features Seventh Rule Recordings co-founder Scott Flaster. Gather Scatter is worth your attention because if Flaster wasn’t playing guitar and singing in this band, I wouldn’t at all be surprised to hear them on his label anyway. Semi-tech spastic smartypants noisy hardcore with some sunburned, driving Southern riff work and the occasional Black Flag about to have a nervous breakdown groove? Yeah, that’s such a depart...


Raise the Red Lantern: Breathe Fire (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2005
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Raise the Red Lantern
Breathe Fire (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
A metalcore alike to Rwake at times, mixing the tonalities and production of sludge with the speed and melodic sensibilities of your early Mastodons, your Keelhauls, and fuck, let's toss in the vocal style and general aesthetic of your Neurosis' and your Isis'. Breathe Fire is a satisfying and propulsive experience. The band is great at crafting a single, unified narrative out of the songs and riffs on the record, and it's a narrative that consistently entertai...


Sourvein/Graves at Sea: Split CD (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2014
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Sourvein/Graves at Sea
Split CD (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Two of doom metal's mightiest of feedback-laden riff worshippers - Portland's GRAVES AT SEA and Cape Fear's SOURVEIN - have united in sound, mind and spirit for the ultimate split of earth-smoldering amplifier worship.


Sourvein/Graves at Sea: Split LP (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Sourvein/Graves at Sea
Split LP (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Includes digital download code. Two of doom metal's mightiest of feedback-laden riff worshippers - Portland's GRAVES AT SEA and Cape Fear's SOURVEIN - have united in sound, mind and spirit for the ultimate split of earth-smoldering amplifier worship.


Stoneburner: Sickness Will Pass (CD) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2012
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Stoneburner
Sickness Will Pass (CD)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Features Jason Depew (Buried at Sea) and Sanford Parker (Minsk, Nachmystium, Twilight). Summertime is upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, and most people turn to light, fluffy music to act as a soundtrack for those long days lounging on the beach. Not everybody wants their music to be poppy and bright; darkness always looms in the distance, and Stoneburner’s debut album “Sickness Will Pass” is the cure for sunny days. One listen and the gloom will wash over the day, lik...


Stoneburner: Sickness Will Pass (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2012
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Stoneburner
Sickness Will Pass (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Features Jason Depew (Buried at Sea) and Sanford Parker (Minsk, Nachmystium, Twilight). Limited edition of only 100 copies with black swirls on translucent "blood" colored vinyl. Summertime is upon us in the Northern Hemisphere, and most people turn to light, fluffy music to act as a soundtrack for those long days lounging on the beach. Not everybody wants their music to be poppy and bright; darkness always looms in the distance, and Stoneburner’s debut album “Sickness ...


Sweet Cobra: Bottom Feeder (Vinyl LP) (Cover Art)
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Released: 2009
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Bottom Feeder (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Side B is etched.


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