Heavy music comes in so many different forms and can evoke so many different kinds of emotions. PYLAR is a band made up of shamans who have the power to shape sound into instruments of time travel. HE VENYDO A RECLAMAR MY TRONO is the title of their new album,
I’ve got to give credit were credit is due: last year, Phillip Cope sent in his top 5 releases of 2014, and one them happened to be a band that I had never heard of called GOAT. I realize that I’m coming late to the game, but after buying their
BLACKOUT are about to envelop you in a cloud of smokey, whisky-tinged breath with their s/t release hitting the streets on March 31st via Riding Easy Records. Like our review last week said, “Blackout is a barrage of speaker-destroying guitars and a rhythm section that implodes like a Las Vegas
Noothgrush is the best Sludge Band in America. They have been crushing eardrums for over 2 decades. The story of the formation and the progression of Noothgrush is miserably wonderful after all. Tom Choi was one of the first members to be involved in the band, at the same time
This album is another testament to the fact that they must have good drugs in Chicago, as their effects continue to echo in the music billowing out of the Windy City. The tradition of this chemical wedding is being carried on from the days Charlie Parker, but switched from doctor prescribed morphine to heroin.
Today is a great day because we get to share with you the brand new video from DEAD MEADOW entitled “In the Thicket” from their album Warble Womb. I fucking love this band and their spaced-out form of rock…
These were my favorite recordings that were released in 2014. Listed in reverse alphabetical order covering a variety of different artists creating Death Metal, Hardcore Punk, Trip Hop, Underground Rap & Indie Rock. Wreck and Reference – “Want”, (((Experimental Duo from Davis/Los Angeles))) Witchrist – “Vritra”, (((Primitive Death Metal Ooze
Groundbreaking, surreal Krautrock…Heavy Psych like no other… are some of the phrases that came to mind when I first heard CAN. Maybe I’m wrong, but I do not think underground music would be the same if this band did not exist. Check this epic performance of them from 1970…CAN still