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Ancestors/Graveyard - Split 7 inch (Color) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 1000 hand numbered copies on green vinyl.

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ASG - Feeling Good is Good Enough (CD)



ASG's third album, Feeling Good Is Good Enough, aggressively mashes hardcore, thrash and clean power-punk vocals into a melodic maelstrom that doesn't slot neatly into any particular genre. The band borrows freely from musical and lyrical influences as diverse as the Dwarves, Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age and Guns N' Roses. Best of all, Feeling Good Is Good Enough lives up to the promise of its apt title.

Walking the line between punk rock and hard rock is a risky way to make appealing music. Both sides are known for not mixing with each other's company very well maybe because of the opposing natures of each (traditional metal is largely conservative; punk is not). They don't quite come across as the biggest dog on the rock block, but the songs are snappy and vigorous enough to take a bite out of you anyways.

Ahhhh. Stoner rock is like an ice-cold beer on a glorious summer day. There’s a barbeque with some burgers on the grill and a good time with your buddies. I mean, having a good time is what stoner rock was founded on, including Josh Hommes’ famous desert parties. In my book, some of stoner rock at its truest, best form comes in the form of Fu Manchu. Luckily for stoner rock fans, Fu Manchu is clearly ASG’s biggest influence on their third studio album Feeling Good is Good Enough. ASG fuses some light metalcore and punk influences with an awesome, dominant drive of stoner rock. Just to be perfectly clear, ASG worships the riff. This is a riff-tastic band with some very Guns n’ Roses styled solos. What does separate ASG from their influences is the faster tempo at which most of their songs run. Basically ASG could be described as a stoner who has recently discovered meth. ASG does well with Feeling Good is Good Enough and certainly shows potential for growth.

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ASG - The Amplification of Self Gratification (CD)



Three surfer dudes combine to make punk metal masterpiece. How's that for a headline promoting the latest ASG release? This power trio melds the power of early Metallica with a slew of stoner rock influence to create a triumphantly rocking 10-track CD. Heavy, hooky, and groovy, ASG will have you banging, shaking, and possibly convulsing to the band's breath of fresh air mix that's has as much in common with Diamondhead as it does with Queens of the Stone Age. Sold yet? Possibly the best band on the entire Volcom roster.

Big beefy guitar riffs and melodic foreboding are soaked in Southern roadhouse whiskey, that just might be laced with psilocybin, and are hazed out through a kaleidoscopic squall that packs a walloping sonic punch.

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ASG - Win Us Over (2LP)

Limited edition on 180 gr. vinyl. Delxue gatefold sleeve. Artwork by Malleus!

The cover art is slightly different than pictured. The colors are correct, but the actual artwork matches the CD version where the band name and album name are printed on the bottom.


North Carolina's ASG return with their fourth release, the smoldering platter titled Win Us Over, and my prediction is that they certainly will 'win over' non-believers once they get their brand of stoner, doom-meets-technical metal-meets-alternative styled music out to the masses. Win Us Over contains 13 tracks of tasty riffage, memorable melodies and arrangements, and a great mix of varied vocal styles. Throw in some wild fuzz-toned guitar solos which might bring you back to the 70's, and you have an enjoyable release that should appeal to a wide variety of metal fans.

It has those thick grooves, that shit that makes you dance around your room no matter what mood you’re in but there’s also an aggression that’s sorely lacking in a lot of groove rock going on right now. It seems that ASG not only learned their lessons from Kyuss and Fu Manchu but also heavily from Monster Magnet and even early Metallica. This hybrid that ASG have created is equal parts groove, triumphant seventies rock and aggressive metal. Another lethal weapon in the ASG arsenal is frontman Jason Shi’s voice. Ranging from the intense to the triumphant, ringing in the heyday of seventies rock kings when being able to sing was a good thing and nobody relied too heavily on screaming. The music here is so well produced, so heavy and sludgy but groovy and thick. ASG are like the Guinness of music, slow at times but worth every second of it. “Win Us Over” has totally done that, right now I’m a fan and if they can pull this off live then I will be a dedicated life-long addict!!!

All you have to do to figure out ASG’s sound is simply look at the album cover and know that, the band’s moniker to ASG. That’s it! And what’s the sound that’s conveyed? Try uptempo stoner rock drenched with punk and catchy elements. So, you aren’t lulled into a slow burner fuck job of couch plastering, but you aren’t met with pop punk happiness; something more akin to commercially-pleasing stoner rock. From the pleasant and chill beach community of Wrightsville Beach, NC, riffs are aplenty on Win Us Over and Jason Shi’s vocals are typically coupled in a perfect fit. We reviewed ASG’s debut …The Amplification of Self Gratification, but not their 2005 sophomore, and clearly the sixteen-track Win Us Over is light years ahead of previous efforts. It may be working with producer Matt Hyde that transformed these mellow Carolina beach rockers but whatever the reason Win Us Over is pleasing as hell; and one imagines Guitar Hero around the corner.

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ASG - Win Us Over (CD)

Artwork by Malleus!

North Carolina's ASG return with their fourth release, the smoldering platter titled Win Us Over, and my prediction is that they certainly will 'win over' non-believers once they get their brand of stoner, doom-meets-technical metal-meets-alternative styled music out to the masses. Win Us Over contains 13 tracks of tasty riffage, memorable melodies and arrangements, and a great mix of varied vocal styles. Throw in some wild fuzz-toned guitar solos which might bring you back to the 70's, and you have an enjoyable release that should appeal to a wide variety of metal fans.

It has those thick grooves, that shit that makes you dance around your room no matter what mood you’re in but there’s also an aggression that’s sorely lacking in a lot of groove rock going on right now. It seems that ASG not only learned their lessons from Kyuss and Fu Manchu but also heavily from Monster Magnet and even early Metallica. This hybrid that ASG have created is equal parts groove, triumphant seventies rock and aggressive metal. Another lethal weapon in the ASG arsenal is frontman Jason Shi’s voice. Ranging from the intense to the triumphant, ringing in the heyday of seventies rock kings when being able to sing was a good thing and nobody relied too heavily on screaming. The music here is so well produced, so heavy and sludgy but groovy and thick. ASG are like the Guinness of music, slow at times but worth every second of it. “Win Us Over” has totally done that, right now I’m a fan and if they can pull this off live then I will be a dedicated life-long addict!!!

All you have to do to figure out ASG’s sound is simply look at the album cover and know that, the band’s moniker to ASG. That’s it! And what’s the sound that’s conveyed? Try uptempo stoner rock drenched with punk and catchy elements. So, you aren’t lulled into a slow burner fuck job of couch plastering, but you aren’t met with pop punk happiness; something more akin to commercially-pleasing stoner rock. From the pleasant and chill beach community of Wrightsville Beach, NC, riffs are aplenty on Win Us Over and Jason Shi’s vocals are typically coupled in a perfect fit. We reviewed ASG’s debut …The Amplification of Self Gratification, but not their 2005 sophomore, and clearly the sixteen-track Win Us Over is light years ahead of previous efforts. It may be working with producer Matt Hyde that transformed these mellow Carolina beach rockers, but whatever the reason Win Us Over is pleasing as hell; and one imagines Guitar Hero around the corner.

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Birds of Avalon - Bazaar Bazaar (CD)



Featuring former Cherry Valance guitarists Cheetie Kumar and Paul Siler, the band wades into all things rock nostalgia. Sporting songs that make peace between psychedelic fuzz-ups, sludgy proto-metal licks and occasional jaunts through garage-rock simplicity, Bazaar, Bazaar revolves around worshipping the days when rock wasn't just loud, it was king. Matched with Siler's pure rock delivery -- which hovers above the noise in the tradition of everyone from Robert Plant to Ozzy Osbourne to Michael Maker -- Birds of Avalon charges through the book of rock with a purpose. Bazaar, Bazaar doesn't spend too much time wallowing in tradition, instead forging its own link in the chain. Birds of Avalon are enough aware of their rock'n'roll history to make Bazaar, Bazaar sizzle, but allow it the wiggle room to make it more than a history lesson. The band's debut is a freewheelin' ode to most of what's great about rock'n'roll.

If I were to write that Birds of Avalon mix grandiose prog, upbeat power pop and riffy psych and leave it at that, most people would scratch their heads and just assume that Bazaar Bazaar was an erratic affair that couldn't possibly find itself. That assumption seems like a good one, but it's flat out wrong. Birds of Avalon reminds us that prog doesn't have to be devoid of emotion and that pop doesn't have to be devoid of grandness. Surprisingly, the two aren't mutually exclusive and Birds of Avalon bring them together along with an element of trippiness for good measure. It's no small feat, but Birds of Avalon do it with such ease that it doesn't even seem striking unless you think about it.

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Birds of Avalon - Bazaar Bazaar (LP)

Limited edition on 180 gr. vinyl!

Featuring former Cherry Valance guitarists Cheetie Kumar and Paul Siler, the band wades into all things rock nostalgia. Sporting songs that make peace between psychedelic fuzz-ups, sludgy proto-metal licks and occasional jaunts through garage-rock simplicity, Bazaar, Bazaar revolves around worshipping the days when rock wasn't just loud, it was king. Matched with Siler's pure rock delivery -- which hovers above the noise in the tradition of everyone from Robert Plant to Ozzy Osbourne to Michael Maker -- Birds of Avalon charges through the book of rock with a purpose. Bazaar, Bazaar doesn't spend too much time wallowing in tradition, instead forging its own link in the chain. Birds of Avalon are enough aware of their rock'n'roll history to make Bazaar, Bazaar sizzle, but allow it the wiggle room to make it more than a history lesson. The band's debut is a freewheelin' ode to most of what's great about rock'n'roll.

If I were to write that Birds of Avalon mix grandiose prog, upbeat power pop and riffy psych and leave it at that, most people would scratch their heads and just assume that Bazaar Bazaar was an erratic affair that couldn't possibly find itself. That assumption seems like a good one, but it's flat out wrong. Birds of Avalon reminds us that prog doesn't have to be devoid of emotion and that pop doesn't have to be devoid of grandness. Surprisingly, the two aren't mutually exclusive and Birds of Avalon bring them together along with an element of trippiness for good measure. It's no small feat but Birds of Avalon do it with such ease that it doesn't even seem striking unless you think about it.

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Birds of Avalon - Outer Upper Inner (CD EP)



This Raleigh, NC five-piece (featuring members of Cherry Valence) seems more influenced by the synth-influenced alt rock of the early '80's than the lumbering menace of Sabbath and the like. Elsewhere you get a keen sense of Brit-pop, much like Olivia Tremor Control did back on Dust on Cubist Castle, but without the overwhelming indebtedness to the Beatles. And for those who require something with more than a little get up and go, try “The Reeds” on for size. Quirky? Poppy? You betcha. But that's not always a bad thing.

The record is laden with monstrous riffs, classic rock sensibility and progressive psychedelic flavor.

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Birds of Avalon - Outer Upper Inner (Color) (LP)

Limited edition on 180 gr. orange colored vinyl!

This Raleigh, NC five-piece (featuring members of Cherry Valence) seems more influenced by the synth-influenced alt rock of the early '80's than the lumbering menace of Sabbath and the like. Elsewhere you get a keen sense of Brit-pop, much like Olivia Tremor Control did back on Dust on Cubist Castle, but without the overwhelming indebtedness to the Beatles. And for those who require something with more than a little get up and go, try “The Reeds” on for size. Quirky? Poppy? You betcha. But that's not always a bad thing.

The record is laden with monstrous riffs, classic rock sensibility and progressive psychedelic flavor.

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Birds of Avalon - Uncanny Valley (CD)



Relative to its predecessor, Uncanny Valley is, first and foremost, a psychedelic rock record. Uncanny Valley doesn't veer entirely clear of the sorts of songs and hooks that earned Birds of Avalon a, well, flock in the first place. But it does suspend them in a rarified, hypercolor air that has more to do with dub music and jam bands—albeit, happily, those of the German '70s variety—than Deep Purple. The band misdirects often, shifting through rhythms and tones, working more for atmosphere than anthems. Audacious instrumental interludes, intros and outros blend those environments, creating an album in the most classic sense. That is, this isn't a collection of moments tied together. It's a singular space lined by landmarks.

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Birds of Avalon - Uncanny Valley (LP)

180gr. vinyl. Includes a free digital download card.

Relative to its predecessor, Uncanny Valley is, first and foremost, a psychedelic rock record. Uncanny Valley doesn't veer entirely clear of the sorts of songs and hooks that earned Birds of Avalon a, well, flock in the first place. But it does suspend them in a rarified, hypercolor air that has more to do with dub music and jam bands—albeit, happily, those of the German '70s variety—than Deep Purple. The band misdirects often, shifting through rhythms and tones, working more for atmosphere than anthems. Audacious instrumental interludes, intros and outros blend those environments, creating an album in the most classic sense. That is, this isn't a collection of moments tied together. It's a singular space lined by landmarks.

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Dirty Fences - Too High to Kross (CD)



The debut full length, ''Too High To Kross'' evokes early American rock and punk acts such as Red Kross, MC5, Johnny Thunders, The Ramones and The Stooges. However those names are just reference points because what Dirty Fences is doing is truly unique and moreover it's rambunctious, melodic, fun and dangerous... something that they managed to convey by recording the instrumentation for their new album completely live. You can hear the flavor of Memphis, a bit garage, power pop, twang, and blue-eyed soul come through in the 13 tracks.

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Dirty Fences - Too High to Kross (LP)



The debut full length, ''Too High To Kross'' evokes early American rock and punk acts such as Red Kross, MC5, Johnny Thunders, The Ramones and The Stooges. However those names are just reference points because what Dirty Fences is doing is truly unique and moreover it's rambunctious, melodic, fun and dangerous... something that they managed to convey by recording the instrumentation for their new album completely live. You can hear the flavor of Memphis, a bit garage, power pop, twang and blue-eyed soul come through in the 13 tracks.

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Earthless/Premonition 13/Radio Moscow - 3 Way Split (Color) (LP)

Limited edition of only 1500 copies on translucent red vinyl.

Earthless is an instrumental psychedelic rock band from San Diego, California consisting of guitarist Isaiah Mitchell, bassist Mike Eginton, and drummer Mario Rubalcaba.

Premonition 13 is a musical entity that finds its genesis in jam sessions dating back two decades, when Scott "Wino" Weinrich first met fellow guitarist Jim Karow and their series of informal jams over the years and now is rounded out by Ostinato's Matthew Clark on drums.

Radio Moscow is an American psychedelic blues band from Story City Iowa.

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Flood - Oak (Green Swirl) (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on green swirl vinyl.

On vinyl, here is Oakland's HEAVY STONER/DOOM band Flood's 2014 album.

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Flood/Wildildlife - Split 7 inch (Color) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 1000 hand numbered copies on color vinyl.

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Harvey Milk/Wildildlife - Split 7 inch (Color) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 550 hand numbered copies on white vinyl.

Harvey Milk continues to enjoy their career resurgence with this addition to Volcom's vinyl club. “In the Ground” is another one of the band's drunken dirges. It's consistently mopey from start to finish. Besides, I can't fault a song that, thematically, deals with being dead and has a chorus of “It's mighty cold in the ground.”

Wildildlife's “Stormbringer", is a sort of psychedelic-influenced sleaze rocker, strutting down the street as cool as can be.

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High on Fire/Valient Thorr - Split 7 inch (Color) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 1000 hand numbered copies on red vinyl. Includes download coupon.

High on Fire put their 'Snakes for the Devine' B-side to wax for the first time.

Valient Thorr deliver a brand new song.

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Karma to Burn/ASG - Split 7 inch (Color) (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 1000 hand numbered copies on translucent orange vinyl.

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Premonition 13 - 13 (CD)



Scott "Wino" Weinrich's latest project, Premonition 13, sees him plugged back into his amplifier and the full band format. A musical entity that finds its genesis in jam sessions dating back two decades, when Wino first met fellow guitarist Jim Karow and their series of informal jams over the years have finally coalesced with the release of their first full length album, 13. Rounded out by Ostinato's Matthew Clark on drums, Premonition 13 ventures into territories both new and familiar for Wino. Fans of Wino's Spirit Caravan and The Hidden Hand releases take notice.

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