Sorcia – Sorcia (2020)
Why not bandcamp codes on a Wednesday? Sorcia, based in Seattle were generous enough to send us 100 codes to giveaway to the fans. There has been a lot of hype on this band, for good reason. Take a listen for yourself.
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SORCIA – SORCIA
(Progressive, Doom Metal, Sludge, Stoner)
Sorcia self-titled debut album acts and sounds more like a statement of intent from the band. As this is one of the most self assured and highly confident debut albums I’ve had the pleasure to listen to for a very long time. The band are from Seattle and I was kinda expecting a “Grunge” based album but that’s furthest from the truth with Sorcia playing a dirty and heavy blend of Sludge Rock/Metal that branches out into other areas of Doom/Stoner Metal but still sounding quite original in places.
~STEVE HOWE (Outlaws of the Sun)
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