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Black Mountain - Year Zero the Original Soundtrack (LP)



Black Mountain's Year Zero soundtrack is nothing less than the band's full, balls-out glory distilled down to one dense acid tab of music. Featuring five new songs and five previously released songs, the Year Zero soundtrack weaves crunching, analog psych metal; futuristic droneouts; and, somehow, a twisted saxaphone ditty.

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Buried at Sea - Gryph (T-shirt)

Black shirt with metallic silver print.

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Buried at Sea - Migration (CD)



This album will most likely be the heaviest thing released this year. Buried at Sea's doom dirge is so thick, it will leave your jaw on the floor. This album is not for the weak of heart. It is filled with pure hatred. These 3 songs move at a snail's pace and I challenge any of you Southern Lord fanatics to tell me this ain't the heaviest shit around. This band is recommended if you like: Burning Witch, Khanate, Sunn0))), Neurosis, dot(.), Pelican, and Unearthly Trance. In other words, the heaviest of the heavies. All songs 10 plus minutes in length unfold slowly to envelope your mind and body.

Think of Migration as one piece with three distinctive parts. The dueling vocals, though tastefully sparse, are ugly and harsh. They are placed perfectly in the mix and treated more like a texture than a narrative tool. The hypnosis cast upon the listener cannot be broken even as the music shifts and changes form. There are great moments where endless build-ups finally open up and reveal the mightiest riffs ever heard, repeated over and over until you forget your name.

Buried at Sea have a damn good thing going, 3 songs on this full length, each of them well over the 10 minute length and of epic proportions. Evil riff after monster riff with tons of movements and parts, but slowly does this stuff move. It's more of a heavy throttling tuned down sound that has slow changes, drone riffs but with a full rhythm section. The drummer absolutely slays and has a pretty nice precise style that you don't hear much in this kind of long movement oriented song style. Pretty interesting CD, it sure surprised me. Get this one if you like the more progressive 70's Pink Floyd crossed with evil doom. Also has the same kind of tones reminiscent of Sons of Otis mainly because it's mostly instrumental songs on this one with minimal vocals. Also worth checking into if you like YOB or any other bands that tune to A and play long drawn out epic doom ridden songs with domination through amplification.

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Dark Fog - 'Til the End of Time (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 500 hand numbered copies!

It’s the perfect type of music to put on and float away with, but at the same time, there’s an undercurrent to it that’s a bit ominous. It’s similar to Dead Meadow, although if you get too caught up with it, you could start feeling claustrophobic. And after it’s over you’re left wondering what the hell happened.

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Dark Fog - Cosmic Tone (CD)



Dark Fog’s sound is more rooted in classic '60s psychedelic rock. The shoe gazing crowd will be attracted to the languid coating of Cosmic Tone’s seven tracks, but underneath that façade is a darker spirit, one that channels the acid-induced madness of early Pink Floyd. Because the four piece play songs with repetitive, mesmerizing riffs, it’s easy for the first six tracks to flow as one piece. But they gradually unfold into their own entities, each having a distinct feel and sound. If you picked up their 2004 self-titled 7”, you’ll have somewhat of an idea as to what Dark Fog is all about but it’s really just a taste. Cosmic Tone is recommended for those searching for a new trip down old paths.

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Dark Fog - DFIII Thousands (Bright Green) (LP)

Limited edition on bright green colored vinyl.

Dark Fog is the kidney, it’s the cod tongue. The band is a rarity, and a delicacy. Sure, spacey psych-rock is still alive and fighting, but the Fog is a distinct pedigree. They’re dimension-shifting. Their sound is both muddy and translucent, but never stagnant. The band members play not as themselves, but as a presence, generating one continuous sound surge that vibrates through the decades, eluding time. You need gills to breathe their oxygen it’s that thick.

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Dark Fog - DFIII Thousands (Color) (LP)

Limited edition on color vinyl.

Dark Fog is the kidney, it’s the cod tongue. The band is a rarity, and a delicacy. Sure, spacey psych-rock is still alive and fighting, but the Fog is a distinct pedigree. They’re dimension-shifting. Their sound is both muddy and translucent, but never stagnant. The band members play not as themselves, but as a presence, generating one continuous sound surge that vibrates through the decades, eluding time. You need gills to breathe their oxygen, it’s that thick.

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Dark Fog - DFIII Thousands (Grey) (LP)

Limited edition with multi-colored splatter on grey vinyl.

Dark Fog is the kidney, it’s the cod tongue. The band is a rarity, and a delicacy. Sure, spacey psych-rock is still alive and fighting, but the Fog is a distinct pedigree. They’re dimension-shifting. Their sound is both muddy and translucent, but never stagnant. The band members play not as themselves, but as a presence, generating one continuous sound surge that vibrates through the decades, eluding time. You need gills to breathe their oxygen it’s that thick.

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Dark Fog - DFIII Thousands (Olive Green) (LP)

Limited edition on olive green colored vinyl.

Dark Fog is the kidney, it’s the cod tongue. The band is a rarity, and a delicacy. Sure, spacey psych-rock is still alive and fighting, but the Fog is a distinct pedigree. They’re dimension-shifting. Their sound is both muddy and translucent, but never stagnant. The band members play not as themselves, but as a presence, generating one continuous sound surge that vibrates through the decades, eluding time. You need gills to breathe their oxygen it’s that thick.

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Dark Fog - The Ultimate Cult of Psychedelic Psychosis (CD)



Sophmore release from this Chicago psyche quartet delivers siren songs summoned from realms of incantation, trance and dream with high mass revelations channeled from subvert parallel universes. Starkly subtle yet profound, lurid and alluring this album goes off the edge and at the same time leaps into the light.

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Dark Fog - The Ultimate Cult of Psychedelic Psychosis (Color) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on colored vinyl! High quality embossed gatefold sleeve! Band name is in silver not blue as pictured above.

Sophmore release from this Chicago psyche quartet delivers siren songs summoned from realms of incantation, trance and dream with high mass revelations channeled from subvert parallel universes. Starkly subtle yet profound, lurid and alluring, this album goes off the edge and at the same time leaps into the light.

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Schoolshooter - Self Titled (CD EP)



Damn me to hell if Schoolshooter didn`t instantly get under my skin with their post Am-Rep tendencies and great gritty but melodic vocals. Schoolshooter definitely are paving their own sounds of sorts. It`s at times very simple melodic guitar lines, back and forth from power chords to single note explosional angular riffs to full on noisy chaotic goodness. Vocals are the biggest surprise on the CD with as many as three vocal parts all playing off of each other. Also the two guitars can be really quite impressive with their orchestrated movements of sorts, and a rock solid drummer behind them. Most of the music reminds me of something like a cross between Karp, Don Cabellero and going as hardcore at times to remind me of Today is the Day. Get this one if you are into stuff that is a bit more unique and experimental than your average stoner rock band. Good original score and I will make a serious effort to keep my eyes on these cats...rock!

I'm really digging this one. Schoolshooter play a really good mix that is thick and heavy and draws from a wide range of influences. Their sound is rooted in the classic rock and blues stuff like Sabbath and Skynyrd but has a sludgy, noisy vibe to it that reminds me a little bit of Unsane and even Cavity to an extent. The sound is dissonant yet groovy, with a lot of classic riffs being employed with a lot of noisy stuff similar to the old Amp-rep roster. The vocals are really cool, they range from melodic and slightly shouted to full on hardcore tendencies that fit the sound perfectly. The rhythm section is solid and the whole sound comes together nicely. Not much else to say about this one. If you like your rock riff driven and full of soul, with a harsh and noisy vibe overall you would do well to check out Schoolshooter. I definitely recommend this one and am already looking forward to checking out their next release. Well done!

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Velcro Lewis & His 100 Proof Band/ Tijuana Hercules - Split LP (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies!

Velcro Lewis and His 100 Proof Band returns with this all too brief EP of one original (the title track) and three remakes from Ruin Everything, their last slab of punky blues rockabilly shuck n jive awesomeosity. One new song and three remakes may seem like a cheat, but once again you’re wrong. Because the remakes smoke the originals. Which is as sure a sign of genny-wine talent as any. As for the new song, “The Oven’s On” is so good, it makes the ladies wiggle with sexual delight. No foolin’. Bring on the full-length.

A product of exemplary and nasty musical influences that still manages to easily find its own voice and spirit. Velcro and team couldn't be mistaken for anyone else I'm aware of. Real solid raw shit. This is sounding plenty full and with plenty o' proper low end thud. And if you knew how little Velcro paid to record this shit, you'd consider the fidelty I'm presently experiencing to be more than a minor miracle.

Tijuana Hercules take greasy blues-rock dirt soul to a whole new level.

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