- Genre: Stoner
Blues Rock band formed by Dandy and Dawn Brown. Dandy is a producer, singer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist (Hermano, Orquesta del Desierto, John Garcia, Yawning Sons and his solo-releases). Dawn is a multi-media artist, vocalist and guitarist. Feat. D.Angstrom (Hermano/Luna Sol), S.Earle (Afghan Whigs), M.Engel (Orquesta del Desierto) & more.
Robust Relics Series presents Greenmachine's debut album “D.A.M.N.”
• “D.A.M.N. is a hardcore crusty assault to the senses, and it's been described as a "timeless masterpiece far ahead of its time." There's absolutely NO way you'll ever regret adding it to your collection. “ - Metal Injection
• "Greenmachine's sludge was extra-vicious and extra-biting at a time when no one had any idea what to do with that kind of band. Their style was ahead of its time then and has lost none of its impact now." - The Obelisk
Celophys is a guitar/drum Sludge Doom duo based in Cherkasy, Ukraine.
'Ammonite' is their third album.
Somali Yacht Club is a stoner rock trio from Lviv, Ukraine. The band mixes elements of stoner rock, psychedelic rock, shoegaze and post-metal in their music.
LIMITED EDITION BOX. 75 hand-numbered copies including:
• Original "The Sea" CD album
• Exclusive Download Card
• Laminated circle sticker 10*10sm
• Six Cards with Artworks/Lyrics
• Embrodiered Patch 8*8sm
• Seaman's Kit
Made in Ukraine in 2017.
No repress planned.
‘Legends’ is the 3rd full-length of the Ukrainian Shamanic Stoner Doom band Ethereal Riffian
On ‘Legends’ you can hear the reminiscence of Black Sabbath, Alice in Chains, Tool, Black Label Society, Metallica, Pink Floyd, Muse and High on Fire masterfully blended to sound fresh and unique while being carefully packed in traditional conceptualism inherent to the band’s music and ideology since its inception.
Pyraweed is a band band from Azerbaijan playing Hypnotic Stoner/Doom Metal.
"Across their latest release ‘Green Jinn’ you’ll hear elements of Sleep, Melvins, and Om amongst the heavy bass and drum rhythms. Stoner doom gold right here folks." [Hand of Doom Radio]
"With "Green Jinn" Pyraweed once again crawl into songs inspired by packed bong of emerald enlightment. The band renders a smoke-hazed swamp of molasses-like pacing, as they ooze their doom sludge grooves. They spark flames of psychedelia as they exhale tripped out, airy vocals." [Riff Relevant]
"Jalamanta was a life changing record for me. Its the record that launched my journey as Brant Bjork. Listening to the tapes 20 years later was amazing. Tony Mason and myself were transported back to that moment in time. Jalamanta was a first for both Tony and myself. My first record as a solo artist and his first record as an engineer. We didnt think twice about re-mixing it. With our combined experience over the years, we knew we could take Jalamanta to the place we always wanted it to go..and we did. Dig it."
- Brant Bjork
The legendary stoner rockers are back! One of the first bands of the genre present their 8th album after their first EP (SideFX) back in 1994 (the grunge rock era).
This time the album hits directly to the soul. 8 new tracks which are different to each other, combining groovy parts with heaviness and melodies.
The guitars are still heavy but spacey and psychedelic at the same time. The bass is always groovy with intense playing.
All together with a lot of catchy melodies and the power of Argy’s vocals are the secret of the music of Nightstalker.
Raw rock 'n roll simplicity, stunning riffs and electric haze are what have kept the band going for more than 20 years.
Philadelphia Heavy Psych quartet Ecstatic Vision (regarded as the second coming of vintage Hawkwind) returns with their new album “For the Masses!” After bursting onto the scene with their 2015 tribal-psychedelic LP, Sonic Praise, touring the USA with Yob and Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, crushing Roadburn, Ecstatic Vision have pulled themselves out of the muck to deliver their finest album to date.
This album is the closest the band has gotten to achieving the energy of their untouchable live shows on tape.
"For the Masses" blends Tripped-out Synth, Semi-Catatonic Desert driving tunes, Afro-tribal Funkadelic Vibes, Troglodyte-Detroit Rock grooves, Acid Freak-Outs, Ethereal Psychedelic Hymns, and Mind-Altering Kraut Rock into Ecstatic Vision's outsider take on modern music.
On the back of last year's critically acclaimed "Amber & Gold" EP, Alunah return with "Violet Hour", the new album and first for Heavy Psych Sounds.
"Violet Hour" sees the energy of Alunah's dark, doom tinged hard rock being cranked up with the arrival of guitarist Dean Ashton (bass, Diamond Head) alongside the soaring vocals of Sian Greenaway and rhythmic foundation of Dan Burchmore and Jake Mason. Recorded at the historic Welsh Foel Studio and produced by Chris Fielding (Conan, Electric Wizard, Primordial) the 8 tracks on display show the fruits of a productive early 2019 with a searing combination of melodies, riffs and focused writing.
In 2019, at a time in which irrationalism seems to be king, Planet of Zeus return with their highly anticipated fifth studio album, "Faith in Physics".
Lyrically, this album seems to be Planet of Zeus's most socio-politically conscious release, dealing with themes such as digitalization, religion, social network pseudo-revolution, addiction and lonerism.
Musically, it sounds like the band's chosen to take the dirtiest path possible in order to create the highly charged atmosphere needed to get its messages through.
46 minutes of heavy, intellectual riffology and fat grooves, reminiscent of RATM's best days, MC5-esque attitude, coupled with QOTSA's pop sensibilities.