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Cough - Sigillum Luciferi (Black) (2LP)

Black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Cough is the name of a Richmond band that plays monstrously slow doom with a groove. Sigillum Luciferi is a blunt force sludge covered behemoth in the proud tradition of Eyehategod and Electric Wizard. Cough's got nothing new on the genre, but what they do, they do effectively enough that it doesn't matter. The riffs are good and memorable. Eyehategod toyed with faster songs at times, but Cough keeps it slow throughout. Now that doom has largely moved on to artier pastures it's nice to hear something raw and dirty like this, more at home in the welfare line then the art gallery. A good kick in the south.

Sludge monkeys Cough set out to be the "loudest and heaviest band in Richmond," this four-piece adds more depth to the subgenre alongside Cavity, Bongzilla, and Hawg Jaw.

This is what rock and fucking roll is supposed to be. It's dark, mysterious, heavy, and full of smoke. Full of thick riffs and brilliantly minimal drums, Cough displays a very well researched knowledge of the fundamentals of heavy music. They walk the line between rock and metal, successfully, which is very hard to do, even with a massive stack of amps. The distorted vocals will send a slight chill down your spine, but it's OK because they'll also take you on a magic drag race ride.

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Cough - Sigillum Luciferi (CD)



Cough is the name of a Richmond band that plays monstrously slow doom with a groove. Sigillum Luciferi is a blunt force sludge covered behemoth in the proud tradition of Eyehategod and Electric Wizard. Cough's got nothing new on the genre, but what they do, they do effectively enough that it doesn't matter. The riffs are good and memorable. Eyehategod toyed with faster songs at times, but Cough keeps it slow throughout. Now that doom has largely moved on to artier pastures it's nice to hear something raw and dirty like this, more at home in the welfare line then the art gallery. A good kick in the south.

Sludge monkeys Cough set out to be the "loudest and heaviest band in Richmond," this four-piece adds more depth to the subgenre alongside Cavity, Bongzilla, and Hawg Jaw.

This is what rock and fucking roll is supposed to be. It's dark, mysterious, heavy, and full of smoke. Full of thick riffs and brilliantly minimal drums, Cough displays a very well researched knowledge of the fundamentals of heavy music. They walk the line between rock and metal, successfully, which is very hard to do, even with a massive stack of amps. The distorted vocals will send a slight chill down your spine, but it's OK because they'll also take you on a magic drag race ride.

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Price: $2.99
Cough - Sigillum Luciferi (Color) (2LP)

Orange vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Cough is the name of a Richmond band that plays monstrously slow doom with a groove. Sigillum Luciferi is a blunt force sludge covered behemoth in the proud tradition of Eyehategod and Electric Wizard. Cough's got nothing new on the genre, but what they do, they do effectively enough that it doesn't matter. The riffs are good and memorable. Eyehategod toyed with faster songs at times, but Cough keeps it slow throughout. Now that doom has largely moved on to artier pastures it's nice to hear something raw and dirty like this, more at home in the welfare line then the art gallery. A good kick in the south.

Sludge monkeys Cough set out to be the "loudest and heaviest band in Richmond," this four-piece adds more depth to the subgenre alongside Cavity, Bongzilla, and Hawg Jaw.

This is what rock and fucking roll is supposed to be. It's dark, mysterious, heavy, and full of smoke. Full of thick riffs and brilliantly minimal drums, Cough displays a very well researched knowledge of the fundamentals of heavy music. They walk the line between rock and metal, successfully, which is very hard to do, even with a massive stack of amps. The distorted vocals will send a slight chill down your spine, but it's OK because they'll also take you on a magic drag race ride.

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Price: $19.99
Cough/The Wounded Kings - Split LP (LP)

Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

This excellent split pulls off one of those relatively difficult feats: bringing together artists of generally disparate styles to vie for your earspace without coming across like random combination of mere pastiche. Cough’s nastier, caustic approach to corrosive doom doesn’t necessarily find an echo in the smoother, more traditional doom stylings of British gents The Wounded Kings. What ties this split together, then, is not texture but structure. The split plays like an occult unity of, if not opposites, then at least tangents. Each group brings a lengthy, multi-section piece of music, and each speaks obliquely to the other by the sharing of structure, and the almost mathematical configuration of timing and movement. Thus, despite the obvious differences in their preferred brand of bleak musical output, these sonically dissimilar groups make sense together, at least with these two songs.

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Grime - Deteriorate (Color) (LP)

Limited edition with grey splatter on 180gr. purple vinyl. Includes a poster.

Mental health is a fragile thing. One minute, birds are chirping and the sun is beaming. But that sunshine can quickly turn to despair, emptiness and aggression. Some people turn to pharmaceuticals, crime, or suicide, but fortunately, the members of Grime chose instead to channel their suffering into music, and if you are a fan of sludgy howling insanity, then their new album Deteriorate may cure what ails you.

The band, from Trieste, Italy, previously released a self-titled debut, and the improvements here are plentiful and good. Their foundation is based on early Eyehategod, Floor, and others of that genre, but they manage to make their music unique enough to keep them from being boring. Having the album mixed and mastered by Billy Anderson certainly adds punch and clarity that their previous effort lacked.

Grime is most certainly good at what they do. The samples that covered their previous release have been scaled back, and their attention to song structure and movement has paid off. The artwork is equally impressive; once you see the little green goblin it’s hard not to smile, but it provides great comic relief from the rest of the twisted imagery. This album is a great example of capturing, channeling, and expelling negativity and hatred. If you aren’t already a fan of the genre, they probably won’t win you over, but overall Grime and Deteriorate are highly recommended for fans of well done sludge.

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Inter Arma - Sundown (LP)



Dirty groove based bluesy Crust, sludge and blackened metal in the highest of orders. If you like bands like His Hero is Gone, Cavity, High on Fire, Kylesa and Noothgrush then you have found the band to love for years to come. The chaos and fury mixed with the feedback and west coast hardcore. A band like Inter Arma could play with a band like Sick of It All just as well as Eyehategod and both crowds would love them.

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Lord by Fire - Self Titled (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 500 copies.

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Sourvein/Coffins - Split 7 inch (7 inch)

Limited edition on black vinyl. Two unreleased brand new tracks, one from each band.

Two unreleased brand new tracks, one from each band. SOURVEIN brings you their signature sludgy swampy Cape Fear doom grooves while Japan's COFFINS destroys your ears drums with a sonic assault of perfectly crafted death and doom.

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Windhand - Self Titled (Black) (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah these fuckers are gonna be huge.

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Price: $13.99
Windhand - Self Titled (Purple/White) (LP)

180gr. white vinyl with purple swirls. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah these fuckers are gonna be huge.

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Price: $13.99
Windhand - Self Titled (Re-issue) (Black) (LP)

Limited edition re-issue on black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve, and glossy cover.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah, these fuckers are gonna be huge."

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Price: $16.99
Windhand - Self Titled (Re-issue) (CD)

Re-issue. Mini-gatefold packaging.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah, these fuckers are gonna be huge.


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Windhand - Self Titled (Re-issue) (Orange) (LP)

Limited edition 180gr. "halloween orange" vinyl in updated packaging. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah, these fuckers are gonna be huge.

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Price: $13.99
Windhand - Self Titled (Re-issue) (Red) (LP)

Limited edition on red colored vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah, these fuckers are gonna be huge.

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Windhand - Self Titled (Splatter) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies with black and white splatter on 180gr. purple vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah, these fuckers are gonna be huge.

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Price: $13.99
Windhand - Self Titled (Standard Edition) (CD)



For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah these fuckers are gonna be huge.

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Price: $6.99
Windhand - Self Titled (White) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr. white vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

For the most part, Sabbathian doom bands stand out by only writing great songs because sonically it's damn near impossible to seperate yourself from the overcrowded genre. But there is something about Richmond's Windhand that makes them even more drugged-out and exceptional. The riffs sound like normal doom, but trapped in a mass of dark forest limbs, trying to hack their way towards the light while singer Dorthia Cottrell appears as a gloomy specter, wailing forlornly through the mire. It's massive, addictive destruction. Yeah these fuckers are gonna be huge.

Unavailable (Archived)
Price: $13.99
   
 
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