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1000mods - Super Van Vacation (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art 1000mods - Super Van Vacation (Re-issue) (IMPORT) (CD)



The 2011 debut full-length release from Korinthian stoners is finally repressed! One hour of truly heavy psychedelic stoner rock for fans of Kyuss, Los Natas, Radio Moscow, etc. The LP was produced by Billy Anderson and features artwork by Malleus Art Lab.

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1000mods - Vultures (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art 1000mods - Vultures (IMPORT) (CD)



1000 Mods strike back! 'Super Van Vacation' paved the way for their 2014 album 'Vultures', a record that is highly addictive much like a shot of pure psychedelic/heavy rock.

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Acid Witch - Witchtanic Hellucinations (CD) Cover Art Acid Witch - Witchtanic Hellucinations (CD)



Acid Witch plays a very trippy, psychedelic and unsurprisingly horror influenced form of doom metal. Yet it's delivered with such unabashed childishness and goofiness, a possible result of what the Scoody Doo cartoon theme would sound like if Electric Wizard had penned it. You'll find elements of Cathedral here, some Witchfinder General there, and some slight nods to Pentagram. Add to that some of Electric Wizard's ultra bassy, fuzzy, and distorted guitar tone and booming production values. Like other traditional doom metal albums the riffs and rhythm patterns move in a lumbering and lurching fashion yet somehow the Witchsters inject some nice doses of sensual grooves that recall 70's Deep Purple. During various listening sessions I felt like I was inside Satan's smoke filled strip club watching strippers complete with horns and cloven hooves gyrating their lovely tail clad asses for the merriment of us sinners and then suddenly I somehow realized that perhaps hell isn't really a bad place after all.

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Ahkmed - Distance (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Ahkmed - Distance (IMPORT) (LP)



Distance strikes me as being based in the progressive psychedelic rock aesthetic, falling somewhere between the grand statements of 35007 or labelmates My Sleeping Karma and the alt-shoegaze of Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound or The Black Angels. The band never really stretches too far in either direction instead maintaining a pleasant balance that makes it easy to get caught up in the album's seven tracks.

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All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art All Them Witches - Our Mother Electricity (IMPORT) (CD)



Are you already in the mood for Spring and even better, for the Summer? Than turn on Our Mother Electricity from All Them Witches: a perfect album to do away with your slumbering winter depression. The first comparisons that come to mind: Danava, Kyuss light, old psychedelic rock like Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Mother Tongue, etc. The soundscape they are projecting is part ‘desert’, part old bluesy hard rock. There is a leading role for the drums too and you can’t help but smile at the keys.

Man, I love the influence the south has had on music. Whether it be blues, jazz, country, or rock something about the soul of the south etches itself in the music and it remains there... eternally. That southern soul is vibrant in Nashville's All Them Witches and one listen through Our Mother Electricity will make you a believer. The album is also completely dynamic.

For instance the first track Heavy/Like A Witch, with its Alice in Chains dual vocalizing, is heavily blues inspired with moments of intense doom and 70's era psychedelics and the very next track The Urn finds an Americana via alt country twang and has lyrical lines that demand to be sung along. The album continues to travel through fast paced rockers, soulful grooves and slower chill tracks. The final tracks Family Song For The Leaving and Right Hand are smooth, super chilled and full of luscious melody. Family... being an acoustic plucked gem really stands out while Right Hand has more of that Alice in Chains style vocalizing and then there is the sound of fingers sliding along the guitar strings... simply hypnotizing.

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Aqua Nebula Oscillator - Spiritus Mundi (IMPORT) (LP) Cover Art Aqua Nebula Oscillator - Spiritus Mundi (IMPORT) (LP)



Wig-outs, freak-outs, and tripped-and-fuzzed-out rock ‘n’ roll with a devilish temper is excepted. However, in keeping with the band’s enigmatic persona, Aqua Nebula Oscillator has pulled a sinister swerve on its latest album, Spiritus Mundi. The heads down motorik psychosis, dark psychedelia, and third-eye channeling rock is still here. But, Aqua Nebula Oscillator decided a change of venue was required for the recording of Spiritus Mundi, so it exited the underground and headed into the middle of the Pyrénées Mountains to track the album in an eerie villa. That change in elevation sees Spiritus Mundi having a corresponding lift, and more of an eclectic temper, and while the 11 tracks within still range across the acid-rock spectrum, they don’t dive quite as deep into the caverns as on previous releases.

The phantasmagorical rock of old is still present, and while Aqua Nebula Oscillator explores more illuminated landscapes—looking down on humanity rather than gazing up at it from the catacombs—it still finds plenty of grim sights to behold. There’s been a subsequent expansion of the band’s sonic arsenal along the way, with more varied use of electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards, voices, and off-kilter rhythms, but they’re all still wrapped around delightfully eldritch echoes, distortions, and oscillations. The most notable element to Spiritus Mundi, is that the propulsion of the past has shifted down, into a lower gear. Previously, the band’s songs were like thrashing nightmares, but overall, Spiritus Mundi is more akin to having your brain slowly baked by fevered delirium.

Still, given that Aqua Nebula Oscillator is inspired by the notion of parallel dimensions, it’s all rather fitting that it’s chosen to follow a different, though no less unhinged, pathway into the shadowy realms. It might well be an altered approach from the band, and there are changes afoot on Spiritus Mundi, but the album still provides all the required quivers and shakes. The band’s string-shredding ‘70s stomp is still here on the album’s hardest tracks, and the eccentricity within is still obviously set on blowing minds. In the end, that sense of boiling the psyche in a kettle of kaleidoscopic sounds is ever-present, and that ensures Spiritus Mundi remains a heavy dose of hallucinogenic rock ‘n’ roll.

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Arctic - Self Titled (CD) Cover Art Arctic - Self Titled (CD)



Arctic is a California power trio steeped in the roots of early 70's blues/psych, ala Blue Cheer and Band of Gypsies, while drawing elements of modern heavy, reminiscent of early Sleep. Heavy, sludgy, stoner psych played with a slow, driving energy. The band features 3 pro skaters, Figgy on guitar, Frecks on drums and Nuge on bass. S/T is their first release but they have already been on several tours, tied in with their skating, which has brought them to Europe and South Africa as part of Thrasher's Skate Rock Tour. Figgy also plays guitar in Harsh Toke (Tee Pee Records) Features incredible cover art from Arik Roper, the man behind Sleep's Dopesmoker, High on Fire, and many more. For fans of Earthless, Harsh Toke, Sleep and Jimi Hendrix.

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Astra - The Black Chord (CD) Cover Art Astra - The Black Chord (CD)



If 2009’s debut hinted at the power and grace of their vision, then The Black Chord is perhaps the full realization of their spellbinding prowess. Like a Meddle-era ‘Floyd supercharged by a Mahavishnu-intensity not seen for eons, The Black Chord is an album of blinding light and abysmal shade, of bone-jarring rhythmic density and vast, breathtaking mental vistas: nothing less than an epic journey through the outer reaches of musical possibility tinged by an elegance and knowingness that suggests a creative maturity beyond the members’ collective years.

Therein lies their redemption, because this is a record at home in 1972 as it is in 2012. Think wailing guitars and dulcet harmonies thickened by Mellotrons and given hypnotic qualities by the kind of drumming that borders on the shamanic. Cinematic in scope but frequently yielding to a kind of melodic fragility that can only be the product of genuine emotion, The Black Chord’s musical ebb and flow prove Astra to be a band’s band capable of an artistry all-too-rare among their generation, and it’s a sound to behold.

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Bang - Music & Lost Singles (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Bang - Music & Lost Singles (IMPORT) (CD)

A reissue of the 1973 album by BANG, the reunited Philadelphia-based doom metal forerunners. The band was founded in August 1969, a week or two after Woodstock, by 16-year-old high school dropouts Frank Ferrera (vocals, bass) and Frank Gilcken (guitar), who swiftly recruited the 26-year-old Tony Diorio (drums). BANG was ready to become the next big thing in 1972, but things didn't work out as desired. The trio disbanded in sheer frustration in 1974, leaving behind a handful of albums, which by now have gained serious cult status.

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Banquet - Jupiter Rose (IMPORT) (CD) Cover Art Banquet - Jupiter Rose (IMPORT) (CD)



The debut album by a '70s influenced, retro rockin' fuzz-psych quartet from San Francisco. Banquet is one of the bands of the current Californian scene, also including a.o. Earthless, Hot Lunch, Wild Eyes, Joy and Loom. Featuring ripping lead guitars, howling vocals and a rhythm section that can make a pregnant woman's water break, this album offers the perfect soundtrack for a biker who wants to travel the US from coast to coast.

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