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Wandering Midget, The - I Am the Gate (Color) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Wandering Midget, The - I Am the Gate (Color) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition of only 222 copies on red vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

These guys follow a pretty simple formula, but somehow it's still all fairly unique. It basically sounds like Electric Wizard mixed with some of the slightly-less-baked sounds of old school doom, a good mix of the sludgier sounds of the more modern school with the epic strains of Candlemass, which can only be a very good thing. The whole thing has an immensely appealing rough 'n' raw vibe, which is the way doom should sound- you don't want a polished doom record. This sounds like it was recorded live in one take, mistakes and flubs be damned. Excellent Stuff. The vocals are an important part of this too- they're basically a less nasal and more stoned take on Ozzy's vocals, and they sit perfectly in the mix. It's a solid and highly enjoyable slab of doom with some nice psychedelic touches here and there and plenty of variety.

More super duper doom here from the curiously/bizarrely-titled Finnish trio The Wandering Midget. With a suitably lo-fi, garage-styled production and songs that could wipe the smile off even Julie Andrew’s smug face, The Wandering Midget have pieced together seven superbly constructed tracks of lead-heavy, slow as death doom with a slight progressive edge which lends this material an air of individuality sadly missing from so many others in this genre. 'I am the Gate' is a great introduction to a band that even in their embryonic stage deserve your attention. If you’re into the aforementioned Reverend Bizarre or the humongous riff mastery of High on Fire or Witchcraft then The Wandering Midget are definitely a band that will wet more than your appetite.

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Warchetype - Ancestral Cult of Divinity (Color) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Warchetype - Ancestral Cult of Divinity (Color) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on grey vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Ancestral Cult of Divinity showcases the kind of self-awareness you might expect in modern traditional doom, owing much of its sound to a darker interpretation of The Obsessed with nods to Trouble, Candlemass, Saint Vitus and Black Sabbath along the way, but Warchetype don’t shy away from displaying a heavier, death metal influence. Led by the snail’s pace riffage of guitarists David Bruguera and Jordi Boluda and fronted by the versatile Iban Arrieta, Warchetype cast an effective balance of new school and traditional doom, their roots showing through in the structure and tempo changes of their songs and the freshness with which they approach the sound providing that new school feel.

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Warchetype - Lord of the Cave Worm (Black) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Warchetype - Lord of the Cave Worm (Black) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl.

The common admiration and respect for acts like Black Sabbath, Saint Vitus and Candlemass, have been the base to create a doom monster and now Warchetype have become one of the most respected bands in the Spanish underground. With their great musical experience in other bands and a solid metal background makes other see them like the Spanish answer to Electric Wizard and Warhorse.

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Warchief - Self Titled (Standard Cover) (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Warchief - Self Titled (Standard Cover) (IMPORT) (LP)

Limited edition on clear red swirl colored vinyl.

Warchief is a Finnish band that explores the many dimensions of the rock and roll universe, including genres such as sludge and doom metal, progressive, space and stoner rock.

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Warhorse - As Heaven Turns to Ash... (Re-issue) (Gold) (2LP) Cover Art Warhorse - As Heaven Turns to Ash... (Re-issue) (Gold) (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on gold colored vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Reissued and back on vinyl after 14 years of silence! A Massive conjuration from Boston’s old Lords of doomed darkness. A return to the eve of all that’s heavy & punishing! Evil doom at its bleakest!

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Warlocks - Songs From The Pale Eclipse (LP) Cover Art Warlocks - Songs From The Pale Eclipse (LP)



The mesmerizing 2016 album from L.A.'s premiere psych rock band The Warlocks features a.o. the hypnotic lead single 'Lonesome Bulldog', the subtly seductive album opener 'Only You' and a woozy ode to alcohol called 'Drinking Song'.

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Warlocks, The - Heavy Deavy Skull Lover (LP) Cover Art Warlocks, The - Heavy Deavy Skull Lover (LP)

Features a song not found on the CD version!

Deluxe gatefold sleeve!


It doesn’t get much darker than this. Continuing on with their quest for a personal vision of druggy, droned-out psych rock, The Warlocks are back as a quartet. They may be half the band they once were (in number), but their sound has become more of a forceful, epic death dance than ever. They’ve torn away any veneer of radio friendliness and exchanged it for thunderous, zombified dirges and lengthy, cathartic 60’s trips. Though the hooks are few, a whispered, winding track like “So Paranoid” produces a lingering glow. This song is perhaps the red, pulsing core of the album, with other key tracks like opener “The Valley of Death” or the meditative “Dreamless Days” the strange, sadly romantic and experimental outer limits. The disc’s title says it all.

The strength of The Warlocks comes in its ability to revel in black light psychedelia without indulging in the brooding atmosphere so often associated with it. If your girlfriend just dumped you, you’ll find little comfort here, but certainly look to immerse yourself in androgynous good times, as Bowie fans come of age, and Radiohead fans take a step back from pretentiousness.

For someone like myself who has never dabbled in any psychedelic drugs before, this is probably the closest I'll ever get to that experience in my lifetime. The songs on this album take their glorious time getting going, such as the full two-minutes of droning guitar passages that precede the full band on the song "Slip Beneath" or the shuddering epic "Moving Mountains," which goes from a thinly plucked acoustic guitar line to full-fledged sonic assault in just under 11 minutes. In a sense, it's an album that kicks against every modern day musical ideal that has shackled how artists choose to express themselves nowadays. This is not a record that fits into the schema of an iPod shuffle, or a ringtone or meant to be heard for 45 seconds on a friend's MySpace page. It's organic music that grows with a methodical brilliance, building landscapes of sound that will take your breath away if you are willing to slow down and allow it to do so.

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Warlocks, The - The Mirror Explodes (LP) Cover Art Warlocks, The - The Mirror Explodes (LP)



Although the Warlocks' characteristic wall of sound assault is still apparent, it's used in a very different way. The Mirror Explodes contains eight introverted and meditative tracks. Bobby Hecksher has a genuine talent for articulating the sounds of paranoia and derangement using various techniques. Unlike earlier albums, where he explored these concepts through themes such as hedonism and all its compelling darkness, in this release Hecksher seems to be taking the listener on a trip into the most unstable region of all - the subconscious. The Mirror Explodes is a heart-breaking piece of work. There's so much beautifully sonic sadness in each song. The restraint in each one, as if something is being held back, only helps to heighten the sensory effect it has on the listener.

The joy of the Warlocks' music is found in the details - the layer upon layer of fuzz and drone, the carefully chosen delivery of Hecksher's vocals, the pivotal role the bass is given - how at times it literally holds everything together. Every couple of months I go through complete Warlocks immersion. I think it's because they really don't quite sound like anyone else. Every album is so completely different, while still holding onto intangible elements which tie them all together. Dark, melodious and aurally confrontational, the band seem to subscribe to the belief that Noise is Power. The Mirror Explodes is a thoroughly beautiful record, and another fascinating journey with the band along the redefining lines of psychedelia.

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Warning - Watching From a Distance (Black) (2LP) Cover Art Warning - Watching From a Distance (Black) (2LP)

Limited edition on black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Watching From a Distance is filled with magisterial, crushingly beautiful Doom riffs, emotional vocals, and the bleakest, most depressing lyrics you can imagine. Maybe they broke up the first time to avoid suicide, as this is some powerful evocation of heartbreak and emotional desolation. Listening to this all the way through is so painful it's hard to do it all at once. The melodies are slow, tragic, and uplifting all at the same time. Walker's vocals aren't operatic, but they are well-done and clean with a degree of emotion that's hard to bear up close. If you like realistic, depressing lyrics then this will be your thing, but I have to say they hit a little close to home for me. If Doom is your thing, then this will own you, as no other album has depressed me this much. Even if you do not like Doom, some of the most achingly beautiful guitar playing in metal history is on this album, and you should hear it at least once. An artistically uncompromising and emotionally wrenching album.

Warning, an influential doom metal band from Harlow, UK. Watching From a Distance has been hailed as not only their greatest opus, but one of the landmark metal albums of this decade. Warning’s music is monolithic, with powerful, sludgy riffs droning across mid tempo drum beats and pained, depressive vocals courtesy of the bellowing Patrick Walker. His efforts on this are surprisingly beautiful , as his plaintive baritone agonizes over lost love and unconquerable separations, likening himself to a wounded soldier trying to keep his strength across impossible terrain. Love is a battlefield and Walker expresses this with his every tension filled word.

The slow, thundering musicianship behind Walker is also deeply melancholic, as the distorted guitars reverberate with crushing intensity, providing a thick mist for the band to loose themselves in. The grooves are hypnotic and dense, creating a massive and heavy backdrop for the stunning clarity of Walker’s lyrics. For its lovelorn narratives and massive dynamics, Watching From a Distance is an impassioned metal record that deviates from the fast tempos and shrieking vocals associated with metal to pursue a more introspective journey. While Warning never stray far from the dark precipices they set themselves in, forever trudging in their slow and spacey rhythms, Walker’s convincing delivery, and the band’s conviction to atmosphere, makes them leading statesmen for modern doom metal.

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Warning - Watching From a Distance (Color) (2LP) Cover Art Warning - Watching From a Distance (Color) (2LP)

Limited edition with grey bleed on black viny. Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Watching From a Distance is filled with magisterial, crushingly beautiful Doom riffs, emotional vocals, and the bleakest, most depressing lyrics you can imagine. Maybe they broke up the first time to avoid suicide, as this is some powerful evocation of heartbreak and emotional desolation. Listening to this all the way through is so painful it's hard to do it all at once. The melodies are slow, tragic, and uplifting all at the same time. Walker's vocals aren't operatic, but they are well-done and clean with a degree of emotion that's hard to bear up close. If you like realistic, depressing lyrics then this will be your thing, but I have to say they hit a little close to home for me. If Doom is your thing, then this will own you, as no other album has depressed me this much. Even if you do not like Doom, some of the most achingly beautiful guitar playing in metal history is on this album, and you should hear it at least once. An artistically uncompromising and emotionally wrenching album.

Warning, an influential doom metal band from Harlow, UK. Watching From a Distance has been hailed as not only their greatest opus, but one of the landmark metal albums of this decade. Warning’s music is monolithic, with powerful, sludgy riffs droning across mid tempo drum beats and pained, depressive vocals courtesy of the bellowing Patrick Walker. His efforts on this are surprisingly beautiful , as his plaintive baritone agonizes over lost love and unconquerable separations, likening himself to a wounded soldier trying to keep his strength across impossible terrain. Love is a battlefield and Walker expresses this with his every tension filled word.

The slow, thundering musicianship behind Walker is also deeply melancholic, as the distorted guitars reverberate with crushing intensity, providing a thick mist for the band to loose themselves in. The grooves are hypnotic and dense, creating a massive and heavy backdrop for the stunning clarity of Walker’s lyrics. For its lovelorn narratives and massive dynamics, Watching From a Distance is an impassioned metal record that deviates from the fast tempos and shrieking vocals associated with metal to pursue a more introspective journey. While Warning never stray far from the dark precipices they set themselves in, forever trudging in their slow and spacey rhythms, Walker’s convincing delivery, and the band’s conviction to atmosphere, makes them leading statesmen for modern doom metal.

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