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Archie Bunker - Lucky 13 (CD) Cover Art Archie Bunker - Lucky 13 (CD)



A complete balls to the prison wall assault of downtuned guitars, massive songwriting talent aggression and an overall ass kicking sound. Not doom metal but without a doubt one of the best new bands on the scene today. Extremely heavy but never losing sight of great vocals and soul catching melodies. Destined to become huge!

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Blood of the Sun - Death Ride (CD) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - Death Ride (CD)

This is the second edition and features all new cover art!

Blood of the Sun has finally delivered an album that shows what they're truly capable of. Death Ride is a feast for those weaned on The Allman Brothers, Grand Funk Railroad, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Cactus, Deep Purple, and all the other heavy hitters from the glorious era of '70's rock, for those who understand that it's possible to be technically skilled as a musician but not sound cold and calculating. Death Ride is a riotous trip, overflowing with rock 'n' roll excess. You know the saying “Everything old is new again?” That's the case with Death Ride. People who say there's no good music from this decade haven't heard this one yet.

Lots of Hammond B3 lovin' and as said above lots of soulful guitar in a classic 70's vein and a shit ton of solid tasteful grooves all with the sweet vocalizations of Derek St. Holmes on top. This could be a long lost classic but in spite of that (or because of it) it feels fresh and vital.

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Blood of the Sun - Death Ride (LP) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - Death Ride (LP)



Blood of the Sun has finally delivered an album that shows what they're truly capable of. Death Ride is a feast for those weaned on The Allman Brothers, Grand Funk Railroad, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Cactus, Deep Purple, and all the other heavy hitters from the glorious era of '70's rock, for those who understand that it's possible to be technically skilled as a musician but not sound cold and calculating. Death Ride is a riotous trip, overflowing with rock 'n' roll excess. You know the saying “Everything old is new again?” That's the case with Death Ride. People who say there's no good music from this decade haven't heard this one yet.

Lots of Hammond B3 lovin' and as said above lots of soulful guitar in a classic 70's vein and a shit ton of solid tasteful grooves all with the sweet vocalizations of Derek St. Holmes on top. This could be a long lost classic but in spite of that (or because of it) it feels fresh and vital.

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Blood of the Sun - In Blood We Rock (CD) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - In Blood We Rock (CD)



The debut was a fine slab of lead weight heavy rock but this album is just in another league!! The real deal when it comes to delivering authentic hard and heavy 70's influenced underground rock! Recorded entirely on ancient analog gear and capturing a raw, earthy sound with monster musicicanship and lead weight heavy rock this will groove your head and soul! Grade "A" quality heavy rock that stands up with Deep Purple (early), Mountain, Dust, Buffalo, Grand Funk, James Gang, Uriah Heep, Bad Company, 70's Pentagram, Atomic Rooster, Bang, Wicked Minds, Spiritual Beggars Witchcraft etc...

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Blood of the Sun - In Blood We Rock (LP) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - In Blood We Rock (LP)



The debut was a fine slab of lead weight heavy rock but this album is just in another league!! The real deal when it comes to delivering authentic hard and heavy 70's influenced underground rock! Recorded entirely on ancient analog gear and capturing a raw, earthy sound with monster musicicanship and lead weight heavy rock this will groove your head and soul! Grade "A" quality heavy rock that stands up with Deep Purple (early), Mountain, Dust, Buffalo, Grand Funk, James Gang, Uriah Heep, Bad Company, 70's Pentagram, Atomic Rooster, Bang, Wicked Minds, Spiritual Beggars Witchcraft etc...

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Blood of the Sun - Self Titled (CD) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - Self Titled (CD)

Featuring members of Sourvein, Storm at Sunrise, Archie Bunker and Las Cruces!!!

First it’s the almighty cowbell. Then it’s a nasty guitar sting and a whirling organ. Then... hell, they had me at the cowbell. Halfway into “Hell on Its Knees,” the opening track, and MY knees are bruised from being on the ground, praising the boogie rock gods for gracing us with this sextet. Proudly carrying the banner handed down by the likes of Grand Funk Railroad and Humble Pie, Blood of the Sun deliver the southern monster metal boogie with ease-the-seat-back confidence and righteous swagger. Thick, certified Angus Beef-riffs, tight arrangements graced with the perfect amount o’ shimmy room, Greg Allman-on-acid organ fills, requisite “whiskey woman” lyric check, wah solos, the Mountain reference in the name; it’s all perfect for eating red meat to. Contemporary comparisons – think a funkier Mystick Krewe of Clearlight with a burlier Chris Cornell-esque singer, or a liquored-up and pissed-off Gov’t Mule.

Blood of the Sun glide effortlessly between wide-open shack-shakers and slower tempo, heavily blues-infused numbers. Like Halfway to Gone, they know when to hold ‘em, when to fold ‘em, and when to flat-out kick the card table into the air and stampede.

Firmly planted in the “Now” but drawing from a host of the fathers of heavy rock Blood of the Sun sound like a more pumped up version of mid '70s Grand Funk Railroad and Deep Purple but with bits and pieces of Led Zeppelin, Mountain, and Robin Trower. Or, for a more contemporary reference imagine The Mystick Krewe of Clearlight with the vocals of Las Cruces!!

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Blood of the Sun - Self Titled (Clear) (LP) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - Self Titled (Clear) (LP)

Featuring members of Sourvein, Storm at Sunrise, Archie Bunker and Las Cruces!!! Limited edition of only 100 copies on clear vinyl!

First it’s the almighty cowbell. Then it’s a nasty guitar sting and a whirling organ. Then... hell, they had me at the cowbell. Halfway into “Hell on Its Knees,” the opening track, and MY knees are bruised from being on the ground, praising the boogie rock gods for gracing us with this sextet. Proudly carrying the banner handed down by the likes of Grand Funk Railroad and Humble Pie, Blood of the Sun deliver the southern monster metal boogie with ease-the-seat-back confidence and righteous swagger. Thick, certified Angus Beef-riffs, tight arrangements graced with the perfect amount o’ shimmy room, Greg Allman-on-acid organ fills, requisite “whiskey woman” lyric check, wah solos, the Mountain reference in the name; it’s all perfect for eating red meat to. Contemporary comparisons – think a funkier Mystick Krewe of Clearlight with a burlier Chris Cornell-esque singer, or a liquored-up and pissed-off Gov’t Mule.

Blood of the Sun glide effortlessly between wide-open shack-shakers and slower tempo, heavily blues-infused numbers. Like Halfway to Gone, they know when to hold ‘em, when to fold ‘em, and when to flat-out kick the card table into the air and stampede.

Firmly planted in the “Now” but drawing from a host of the fathers of heavy rock Blood of the Sun sound like a more pumped up version of mid '70s Grand Funk Railroad and Deep Purple but with bits and pieces of Led Zeppelin, Mountain, and Robin Trower. Or for a more contemporary reference imagine The Mystick Krewe of Clearlight with the vocals of Las Cruces!!

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Blood of the Sun - Self Titled (LP) Cover Art Blood of the Sun - Self Titled (LP)

Featuring members of Sourvein, Storm at Sunrise, Archie Bunker and Las Cruces!!! This is the black vinyl edition.

First it’s the almighty cowbell. Then it’s a nasty guitar sting and a whirling organ. Then... hell, they had me at the cowbell. Halfway into “Hell on Its Knees,” the opening track, and MY knees are bruised from being on the ground, praising the boogie rock gods for gracing us with this sextet. Proudly carrying the banner handed down by the likes of Grand Funk Railroad and Humble Pie, Blood of the Sun deliver the southern monster metal boogie with ease-the-seat-back confidence and righteous swagger. Thick, certified Angus Beef-riffs, tight arrangements graced with the perfect amount o’ shimmy room, Greg Allman-on-acid organ fills, requisite “whiskey woman” lyric check, wah solos, the Mountain reference in the name; it’s all perfect for eating red meat to. Contemporary comparisons – think a funkier Mystick Krewe of Clearlight with a burlier Chris Cornell-esque singer, or a liquored-up and pissed-off Gov’t Mule.

Blood of the Sun glide effortlessly between wide-open shack-shakers and slower tempo, heavily blues-infused numbers. Like Halfway to Gone, they know when to hold ‘em, when to fold ‘em, and when to flat-out kick the card table into the air and stampede.

Firmly planted in the “Now” but drawing from a host of the fathers of heavy rock Blood of the Sun sound like a more pumped up version of mid '70s Grand Funk Railroad and Deep Purple but with bits and pieces of Led Zeppelin, Mountain, and Robin Trower. Or for a more contemporary reference imagine The Mystick Krewe of Clearlight with the vocals of Las Cruces!!

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Concept of God - Visions (CD) Cover Art Concept of God - Visions (CD)

Features members of Solitude Aerturnus and Candlemass. Includes a cover of Rainbow's "Man on the Silver Mountain".

Concept of God's Visions, surprisingly, has a rather wide appeal as the band incorporates elements of doom and modern heavy metal while bordering on progressive metal at times. Fans of Solitude Aeturnus will find plenty to love, as will those metalheads who aren’t entirely sold on the doom genre. Either way, Visions is a tremendous slab of multi-genre metal coming from doom metal’s elite. Let’s hope Concept of God isn’t just a one-off deal as this band has plenty to offer.

Musically they are located somewhere in the grey zone between Solitude Aeturnus, Black Sabbath and Trouble and do naturally have a lot in common with Solitude Aeturnus mostly due to Robert Lowe's vocals. The sound is heavy and muddy in the most positive way, the basic feelings are melancholic and dark; just the way we want our doom metal to sound like. The eight Concept of God songs on 'Visions' are all of the highest level and the Rainbow cover-version is good and a surprising selection, but it fits right in with the rest.

Concept of God is a breath of fresh air in a genre that really hasn't progressed much over the years, a genre where Robert Lowe plays a major part in half of the bands I find interesting - Doomshine, Trouble and While Heaven Wept representing the other half. And if you only plan to buy two doom metal albums this year and then make sure Robert Lowe is singing on both: this one and the other one being the magnificent Candlemass album because both are great representatives of the genre and are head and shoulder above the competition.

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Datura - Visions for the Celestial (CD) Cover Art Datura - Visions for the Celestial (CD)



This is a cosmic stoner groove bliss-out at its very best. Visions For The Celestial is a journey that has a natural flow & growth to it as it develops from bass heavy stoner grooves to cosmic bliss out and if you reach for the replay button on reaching the end go with the flow and do it.

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