Home > All CDs > Full CD Catalog > T
We found 47 results matching your criteria.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Sort By:
Page of 5
Tad - 8-Way Santa (Re-issue) (Deluxe Edition) (CD) Cover Art Tad - 8-Way Santa (Re-issue) (Deluxe Edition) (CD)



Yes, you read it right. We finally got our collective shit together and the long-unavailable, classic discography of beloved and iconic Seattle band, TAD – God’s Balls (1989), Salt Lick (1990), 8-Way Santa (1991), and assorted singles from the band’s 1988-1992 run – will finally receive the deluxe reissue treatment.

Producer & engineer Jack Endino (who produced God’s Balls, TAD’s first full-length) has lovingly remastered all of the recordings from the original tapes. God’s Balls, Salt Lick and 8-Way Santa will be available throughout the known universe on November 4th of this very year.

8-Way Santa (1991) In 1991, after tens of thousands of miles on the road in support ofGod’s Balls and Salt Lick, and a run of powerful EPs/singles, TAD released their second full-length album, 8-Way Santa. Recorded at Smart Studios in Madison, WI with Butch Vig, whose work with Killdozer the band admired, 8-Way Santa finds TAD pushing their sound in new directions. Not a band to rest on its laurels, TAD began to add melodic touches to their sound, as evidenced by the lead single, “Jinx.” 8-Way Santa was the last record with the original TAD lineup, and their last album for Sub Pop before jumping to a major label.

Low Stock
Price: $16.99
Tad - God's Balls ( Re-issue) (Deluxe Edition) (CD) Cover Art Tad - God's Balls (Re-issue) (Deluxe Edition) (CD)



Yes, you read it right. We finally got our collective shit together and the long-unavailable, classic discography of beloved and iconic Seattle band, TAD – God’s Balls (1989), Salt Lick (1990), 8-Way Santa (1991), and assorted singles from the band’s 1988-1992 run – will finally receive the deluxe reissue treatment.

Producer & engineer Jack Endino (who produced God’s Balls, TAD’s first full-length) has lovingly remastered all of the recordings from the original tapes. God’s Balls, Salt Lick and 8-Way Santa will be available throughout the known universe on November 4th of this very year.

God’s Balls (1989), TAD’s punishing, noise-drenched debut album, was recorded with Jack Endino at Reciprocal Recording in Seattle in 1988 and released early the following year. In addition to their usual arsenal of guitars, bass, and drums, the band employed a variety of unusual instruments – an empty gas tank from a car, a hacksaw, a large brass tube from a microwave transmitter, CB radio mics, a cello bow used on cymbals to emulate guitar feedback – to thunderous effect, adding a Neubauten-esque clang to the band’s rock riffs. After releasing God’s Balls, TAD flew to Europe with Nirvana for both bands’ first European tour. The now-legendary, month-long tour took the bands to the UK, Ireland, Scotland, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Italy, Denmark and Sweden.

Low Stock
Price: $16.99
Tad - Salt Lick (Re-issue) (Deluxe Edition) (CD) Cover Art Tad - Salt Lick (Re-issue) (Deluxe Edition) (CD)



Yes, you read it right. We finally got our collective shit together and the long-unavailable, classic discography of beloved and iconic Seattle band, TAD – God’s Balls (1989), Salt Lick (1990), 8-Way Santa (1991), and assorted singles from the band’s 1988-1992 run – will finally receive the deluxe reissue treatment.

Producer & engineer Jack Endino (who produced God’s Balls, TAD’s first full-length) has lovingly remastered all of the recordings from the original tapes. God’s Balls, Salt Lick and 8-Way Santa will be available throughout the known universe on November 4th of this very year.

Salt Lick (1990) After their 1989 debut album, God’s Balls, TAD continued to write and record, releasing a string of singles and the Salt Lick EP between 1989 and 1990. Salt Lick features the single “Wood Goblins,” the video for which MTV banned because it was, to the delicate eyes of MTV programmers, “too ugly.” The sounds of Salt Lick are, indeed, wonderfully ugly, thanks in part to the involvement of noise-rock technician Steve Albini (Big Black, Shellac, Nirvana, The Jesus Lizard), who recorded the EP. The band continued to release singles and gain momentum in the press. As TAD himself puts it: “Lyrically we had a lot of subject matter that was meant to be tongue-in-cheek from the beginning but that was presented by both Sub Pop and us as true-to-life. The press took it all seriously and began to feed on and ravenously devour the mythology we created.”

Low Stock
Price: $16.99
Tangorodrim - Justus Ex Fide Vivit (CD) Cover Art Tangorodrim - Justus Ex Fide Vivit (CD)



Seldom heard from in the black metal community, and understandably so, Israel is a pretty interesting place to spawn a band that gives off an aura of dabbling in the dark arts. The duo of drummer Terno Graderz and guitarist/vocalist Larenuf play in a manner that could easily be described as “Darkthrone-esque.” On Justus Ex fide Vivit they not only put their adopted country on the metal map, they also lay down some lo-fi barn burners that would surely make Fenriz and Nocturno Culto green with envy. No more than three songs into Justus Ex fide Vivit I found myself appreciating how impressive a vocalist Larenuf is. The dude has got a serious set of pipes and an impeccable delivery to boot. Tracks like “The Wolves are Also Coming” prove that two people are more than enough to create music that is both blistering and fist pumping.

Tangorodrim should rest easy that they have delivered a potent musical platter that could easily serve as the soundtrack to any black mass. It is a rarity when music that is this purposefully evil is ever this astonishingly good.

Out of Stock
Price: $13.99
Tank 86 - Rise (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Tank 86 - Rise (IMPORT) (CD)



The music on Rise is firmly rooted in the stoner and sludge tradition. Tank86 reminds me somewhat of early Mastodon and a less jazzy Intronaut, but with the same hellbent desire to deliver some high quality grooves. They aren’t afraid to venture into doom metal country as well. Rise by Tank86 holds its own against anything their American counterparts like Sourvein, Zoroaster, Intronaut, Black Tusk and Minsk can throw at them.

In Stock
Price: $11.99
Taste of Blues - Schizofrenia (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Taste of Blues - Schizofrenia (IMPORT) (CD)



Re-issue of heavy psychedelica from 1969. This is a much sought after Swedish gem.

Backorderable
Price: $17.99
Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine - Rampton (CD) Cover Art Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine - Rampton (CD)



I wasn't expecting this to be as heavy as it is~ Holy cow! This little supergroup of heavy forces -featuring Greg Anderson of Goatsnake/Sunn, Stephen O' Malley (Burning Witch) and Lee Dorian (Cathedral) comes together along with a super thick Billy Anderson production quite nicely. The songs mostly remind me of a nice spot between Melvins Lysol/Houdini era crossed with Sleep volume 1., you know somewhere along those lines. Great feels and flows more than rehearsed long tunes...definitely has that free flowing improvisational groove going...but pure doom nonetheless.

Out of Stock
Price: $13.99
Tekhton - Summon the Core (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Tekhton - Summon the Core (IMPORT) (CD)



The pace is slow, slow, slow, and Tekhton have clearly spent a lot of time listening to classic doom metal like Cathedral and Saint Vitus. But they also incorporate cool dissonant chords and long, extended instrumental passages of pretty pastoral arpeggios and delicate melody, but where a lot of bands that use quiet melodic parts to build up into loud, epic crescendos, Tekhton generally use them to wind down a song that started off crushing. Long drawn out droning riffs alternate with more traditional Sabbathian hooks and some angular twists and turns, and the vocals are a strained gruff roar that reminds me of someone, but I can't put my finger on it. At various points, Tekhton remind me of Melvins, Cathedral, and Mogwai, a combination of quiet dreamy instrumentals, lumbering intricate sludge rock and primordial doom, but they don't actually sound like any of 'em, instead coming out with a debut that stands as one of the more creative sludge/doom albums.

In Stock
Price: $15.99
Tekthon - Alluvial (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Tekthon - Alluvial (IMPORT) (CD)



Influenced by Saint Vitus, Goatsnake, Orange Goblin and Neurosis, Tekhton is a crushing doom band from the Netherlands.

In Stock
Price: $15.99
Telekinetic Yeti - Abominable (CD) Cover Art Telekinetic Yeti - Abominable (CD)



Even before you hit play, Dubuque, Iowa, duo Telekinetic Yeti have started ticking off boxes. Hair and beards, see-through drums, prominent logos for Orange, Hiwatt, Marshall, etc., cover art with druids on it. These things should be visual dogwhistles to the converted by this point - "you're in for some heavy shit." And so you are. Telekinetic Yeti debut album, Abominable, will see release on March 17. It's a nice blend of fuzzy bounce and thicker, Sleep-derived groove and howls. With already a strong buzz in the stoner/doom world, once the world sees this two-piece destroy live, expect massive things from this massive sounding duo. For Fans Of: High On Fire, Weedeater, The Sword

Low Stock
Price: $15.99
   
 
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z