- Genre: Heavy Psych
We’re proud to be releasing our first tape ever under the banner of international Stoner Rock with two previously unreleased tracks from Canadian boogie facepunchers Chron Goblin and Italian riffalicious gang Isaak.
Those who know each band’s signature sound will not be disappointed, both tracks are sheer energy, pairing melody with groove and distortion for a fresh interpretation of heavy music. Artwork by SoloMacello
73 plus minutes of brain-melting space rock on one CD recorded at the 2009 Roadburn Festival.
Comes with a 4" Farflung sticker!
Tracks: Breach of Eye, the Way the Sky Is, Endless Drifting Wreck, Like it has Never Been, the Day of Saint Anthony's Fire, Unborn Planet, Those Clouds are Solid, Stella Volo, Silver Shrooms, See You Up There, Landing on Cydonia, R-Complex.
Released by DioDrone, Santa Valvola, Taxi Driver Records, Shove Records, Death+Crush, Oniric Recs, Audioglobe.
Debut album by Italian heavy stoners Gandhi's Gunn (now Isaak)!
Gandhi's Gunn (now Isaak) sophomore album The Longer The Beard, The Harder The Sound, clearly revealed a band ready to transcending their core influences and explore more visionary and psychedelic territories.
We’re talking: churning riffs, elephantine grooves and raging growls, seasoned to perfection with lysergic flights, epic jams and even mesmerizing quieter passages, before being served al dente for consumption by our most discerning stoner rock patrons.
Original version on Black Vinyl. The album got later repressed by US label Small Stone Recordings with the band's new name: ISAAK!
A true four-piece, Portland, Oregon's Ape Machine has been called "a rock and roll band with a finger on the pulse of the 70's and their asses firmly in the present" and "real heavy-psych for the iPhone generation" that delivers "true guts and glory rock and roll." Combining psychedelic, classic and progressive rock with arena-worthy metal, bluesy stoner-rock and catchy riffs in odd signatures, Ape Machine's music carries an organic depth and warmth rarely heard since the time of rock's glorious early years (or your Dad's bad ass record collection) infused with an exceptional modern sensibility.
The Italian psych-fuzz trio Black Rainbows sound like the bastard offspring of 70's hard-rock swagger and 90's stoner-groove; hints of Black Sabbath, MC5 and Hawkwind fuse with liberal pinches of Monster Magnet and Fu Manchu. Since 2007 the band have released three full-length albums, coupled with split releases with bands such as White Hills, Naam and Farflung, and finally the recently highly acclaimed Holy Moon Ep. They have also been regulars on stages across the world having now performed over 300 gigs.
It’s easy to imagine the mouthful title of riff-rocking Roman trio Black Rainbows third album, Supermothafuzzalicious!! (double-exclamation points included), emerged as a spontaneous outburst upon hearing the record in studio playback. It’s about as apt a title as I could come up with, and though the band seem to be perpetually following the riffs of guitarist/vocalist Gabriele Fiori, they have undertaken some creative growth since their 2008 debut. (The Obelisk)
The fourth full length of this incredible band. With dirt-caked fuzz tone, they continue to proliferate the catchy hooks and stoner vibes, Hawkdope is their masterpiece, 9 songs full of wall of fuzz to destroy your ears. Black Rainbows stewed up their best blend of driving riffs and Nebula-style heavy psychedelia on Hawkdope - is a perfect mix of Hawkwind/Monster Magnet/Fu Manchu! Three coloured versions limited in violet, ultra limited in splatter and regular in golden viyl, plus cd version
Clear Yellow Vinyl with Blue / Red / Purple Splatter
One year after their rough, lo-fi and rude debut album "Fvzz Dei", "Fvzz Popvli" gave the birth to their 2nd creauture "Magna Fvzz" in latin the Great Fuzz. This newborn by 7 killer tracks between the 60's and 70's psychedelic rock till the 90's Heavy Psych, the album sounds bright and clear with a typical warm rock'n'roll sound and obviously tons and tons of fuzz! The last homonym track is a featuring with Bazu on the Synths, from the mighty acid rockers "Giöbia". Highly recomended if you are a fan of The Stooges, Black Sabbath and Hawkwind!