Doom Charts – November 2022

“I see The Doom Charts…” “In your dreams? While you’re awake? How often do you see them?” “All the time. They’re everywhere…”

I see The Doom Charts… But luckily we see them only once a month. On the First Friday of every month, the new edition of the Doom Charts go up. It doesn’t feel like they’re everywhere and all the time, right? There is no Doom Charts overkill is there? Cause even though we do the Friday Freebie sessions and we do the Peroration Post, we try to limit the amount of Doom Charts posts. Cause we’re only here to try and guide you all to albums that comes straight out of the Heavy Underground and that we feel need to be heard by everyone… Sure, there are some big names among them, sometimes. Or big names to the Heavy Underground ears. But the Contributors all feel that the albums we vote for every month, should be heard by everyone. And there is so much. There really and truly is. This month, 221 different albums, all received votes. That’s another 181 albums that aren’t featured among the forty below. And soon, the year-end-lists will start appearing. All of them listing the top albums of 2022. And if you consider the fact that we all keep discovering new amazing albums from past months and past years as well… We can only conclude that we live in amazing times, musically speaking… If only we could get our act together on all the different fronts as well.. Than we all would truly be rocking! But hey, below, especially for you, the esteemed heads from the Heavy Underground, are the November 2022 Doom Charts, with 37 brand new entries to rock out to! Go rock! Go roll!

Welcome to Doom Charts, representing some of the finest bloggers, journalists, radio, podcasters and reviewers from the heavy underground around the globe.  Each month, our critics submit their picks for the best new doom, sludge, metal, stoner, psychedelic and heavy rock albums.  The results are compiled and tabulated into the chart below.  This is a one-stop shop for the best new albums in the world…

40. THE RIVEN – PEACE AND CONFLICT / NEW!

39. SAMMAL – AIKA LAULAA / NEW!

38. BLACK MIRRORS – TOMORROW WILL BE WITHOUT US / NEW!

37. SWEET COBRA – THREES / NEW!

36. DUNE SEA – ORBITAL DISTORTION / NEW!

35. ODONATA – GRAVITATIONAL PERTURBATION / NEW!

34. DEMONIO – ELECTRIC VOODOO OF THE BLACK DAWN / NEW!

33. THAL – SWARM THE MANDALA / NEW!

32. THE OTOLITH – FOLIUM LIMINA

31. RIVER FLOWS REVERSE – THE HOMING BIRD’S TRACE / NEW!

30. NOTHING IS REAL – THE END IS NEAR / NEW!

29. ASTROSAUR – PORTALS / NEW!

28. YURT – V – UPGRADE TO OBSOLETE / NEW!

27. MYTHOSPHERE – PATHOLOGICAL / NEW!

26. CAPTAIN CARAVAN / KAISER – TURNED TO STONE: CHAPTER 6 / NEW!

25. THAMMUZ – SONS OF THE OCCULT
552 Points
Stoner Rock
Netherlands
Argonauta Records

Storming out of the gates with the thrilling, fuzz ridden, stoner trucking, opener Electric Sheep, we get ready for the wild ride with the new album Sons Of The Occult by Dutch foursome THAMMUZ. With sublime touches of doom and a stoner metal much of the album will rock every heavy rock loving fiend to their very core; but perhaps it’s the standout track Guayota and Self-Taught Man that sets this album apart from the rest. Far apart in fact… THAMMUZ have delivered an amazing follow-up to their debut!
~ Joop Konraad (Stoner HiVe)

24. SON CESANO – EMERGE / NEW!
632 Points
Psych, Prog, Instrumental, Post-Stoner
Schwyz, Switzerland
Monobuster Records

Emerge, the second album from Switzerland’s instrumental psych outfit SON CESANO, takes its name as an evolution of the band’s debut album, Submerge. True to its title the album feels like a great awakening after the last two years of the pandemic as the band explores the scope of its musical intent. The seven tracks herein are more compositional than song-like in nature and they suffer not for that fact. Perhaps what’s so astounding is the way each track manages to build a complete sonic ecosystem that enwraps the listener in a blissful psychedelic cocoon. Psych often attempts to bring the listener on an immersive journey, but few records achieve that goal nearly as well as Emerge does here.
~ Ben Bellum (The Greatest Thing You’ve Never Heard)

23. CANDLEMASS – SWEET EVIL SUN / NEW!
654 Points
Epic Doom Metal
Stockholm, Sweden
Napalm Records

At this stage of the game, CANDLEMASS need no introduction. The pioneering doom metal band (I would say one of doom’s “non-Sabbath big four” along with Trouble, Saint Vitus, and Pentagram) have staked out their sonic territory many times over. Lumbering, chromatic riffs, searing solos, wailing vocals (once again courtesy of original vocalist Johan Langquist here). CANDLEMASS gonna CANDLEMASS. All of which makes the most surprising element of Sweet Evil Sun just how fresh and invigorated the band sound. The riffs bite harder, the solos burn brighter, and the vocals weep more woe. Having seen the band earlier this year, it all lines up. They’re having fun doing this and it shines through on the record. Would that all bands were able to put out this type of album 35+ years in.
~ Ben Bellum (The Greatest Thing You’ve Never Heard)

22. GRANDIER – THE SCORN AND GRACE OF CROWS / NEW!
736 Points
Doom, Psych, Metal
Sweden
Majestic Mountain Records

Water dripping down cold damp stone walls, an old spiders web glistening in the paltry light from a barred window, rusty chains fixed solid to a dungeon floor still stained with the blood and sweat of their last wearer. These are the type of visions that should be conjured up in the minds eye when listening to good doom,and believe me this is so good it’ll give you nightmares…
~ Frazer Jones (Desert Psychlist)

21. HIGH NOON KAHUNA – KILLING SPREE / NEW!
833 Points
Surf, Skate, Stoner, Garage, Punk, Rock
Frederick, Maryland, USA
Self-released / Mettle Media PR

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water Frederick’s kings of the break, mack the drop on boards carved from the gnarliest poplar, grooving on their diabolical spin of the greatest music to hit American beach shindigs! HIGH NOON KAHUNA will have you vibin’ with sinister beings and conniving energies long after the noodle arms kick in, all while looking cooler than Bodhi! Killing Spree is wicked fun, long may it be the soundtrack to your summers!
~ JC Cansdale-Cook (The MotorFuzzin’ Ibex)

20. -(16)- – INTO DUST / NEW!
928 Points
Sludge, Hardcore, Stoner
San Diego, California, USA
Relapse Records

Sludge stalwarts 16 return with a hefty twelve tracks of grinding, caustic heavy that make for one of the nastiest releases of the year. Their signature sonic hammering is injected with groove, the occasional melodicism, and lyrics that cut as deep as the paint-peeling screeches. “Into Dust” sees 16 at the top of their game, delivering nuanced and dynamic sludge that will still beat the snot out of you.
~ Kyle SB / Shasta Beast (Stoner HiVe)

19. BUSS – AROUSED / NEW!
959 Points
Heavy, Psych, Stoner, Rock
Trieste, Italy
Rocket Panda Management / Self-released

Taking a look at the album cover I expected something more slick, this is pretty much the opposite. Gravelly vocals, fuzzy riffs and that nasty bass give this bluesy stoner that extra scuzzy sound. I really love the bass and that it is front and center, as loud as the guitar and sounds so freakin good, as does the rest of the band. It’s no surprise the bass cabinet caught on fire recording this banger. These dudes sold their souls for Rock N Roll and I’m grateful for that.
~ Andy Kovalcik (Bandcamp-NYP-Hard&Heavy)

18. ROSY FINCH – SECONDA MORTE / NEW!
960 Points
Nineties, Alternative, Grunge, Metal, Sludge, Stoner
Alicante, España
La Rubia Producciones / Lay Bare Recordings / Discos Macarras

ROSY FINCH presents us with a musical interpretation of Dante’s 17th century poem ” The Divine Comedy”, a story of a journey through hell, purgatory and paradise played out against a backdrop of crunching riffs and powerful rhythms offset with moments of ethereal beauty and otherworldly charm, each song voiced in a myriad of styles that range from throat ripping screams to waifish whispers, it’s a masterpiece!
~ Frazer Jones (Desert Psychlist)

17. AMON ACID – COSMOGONY / NEW!
1260 Points
Psych, Doom
Leeds, UK
Self-released

Hallucinatory eeriness, Leviathan riffs and Absolute Gloom permeate ‘Cosmnogony’ – The Leeds Doom trio leaving debris and terror at every turn! Awesome!
~ Reek of STOOM (Doomed&StonedStoner HiVe)

16. BURNING SISTER – MILE HIGH DOWNER ROCK / NEW!
1350 Points
Stoner, Doom, Psych, Fuzz
Denver, Colorado, USA
Sleeping Sentinel Records / Self-released

Mile High Downer Rock is the debut album from Psych/Acid/Doom/Stoner Rock Power Trio BURNING SISTER and it’s an album that’s been entertaining the hell out of me for the past month or so. Now that it’s finally here, BURNING SISTER have delivered a terrific blend of FUZZED based Psych/Stoner Rock with a gloomy Acid Rock sound that gives them quite a seedy realistic feel within the WEEDIAN underground scene. The Ambient/Psychedelic tones all build up to a loud and exciting finish that will leave you wanting to hear more even when non-stop extended guitar solos appear within Stars Align. Mile High Downer Rock is an exciting collection of individual tracks that are all superbly played and written from the start. BURNING SISTER have delivered a brilliantly and freaky slice of modern-day Doom/Stoner Metal that easily ranks as one of the best debut albums to be released this year.
~ Steve Howe (Outlaws of the Sun)

15. DESERT WAVE – DEAFENING SILENCE / NEW!
1548 Points
Stoner, Psych, Rock
Vicenza, Italy
Self-released

Five years after Lost In Dunes, the Italian trio is back with Deafening Silence, an album that is just as stoner and slightly more psychedelic thant the previous one. Many bands have composed from their own experience of the health crisis. DESERT WAVE‘s testimony is the most affecting I’ve heard, both simple and terribly immersive. On many occasions I felt a strong feeling of helplessness, the impression of living awake in a nightmare because the groove is powerful and carries me away without the possibility of resisting. The compositions and the interpretation are excellent and moreover the quality of recording and mixing is a real asset. I think many bands must dream of being able to reach this result some day: a 100% accomplished work…
~ Thierry “Pumpkin-T François (Metal Intégral)

14. BLACK SPELL – SEASON OF THE DAMNED / NEW!
1722 Points
Proto, Doom, Psych, Occult, Stoner, Rock, Metal
Italy
Regain Records / Helter Skelter Productions

Their grimy, gritty, and grating take on completely fuzzed out proto and doom will forever hold that slimy sweet spot in every occult rock lover’s heart. You know the type. The ones who dance naked under a full moon and have a sinful lust for blood. Are you one of them? Than the new album Season Of The Damned will be the soundtrack for your next ritual… And if you’re not, you will be, after listening to BLACK SPELL!
~ Joop Konraad (Stoner HiVe)

13. THE GRAND MAL – THE GRAND MAL II / NEW!
1770 Points
Stoner, Grunge, Hard, Desert, Rock
Oxford, UK
APF Records

The fellas in THE GRAND MAL list their music on Bandcamp as Grunge, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, and Stoner Rock—but The Grand Mal II would do just as well with the “Desert Rock” moniker. There’s a chill, laid back delivery on this album that will call to mind Brant Bjork and Masters of Reality, but the riffs are as tight and exciting as tracks from Slo Burn and Eagles of Death Metal. And with a few Psychedelic interludes slipped into the mix, there’s a little something for everyone who enjoys the underground scene.
~ Pat Schober (Monster Riff)

12. EYE OF DOOM – THE SAPIENT / NEW!
1881 Points
Doom, Space Rock, Heavy Prog, Stoner
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Majestic Mountain Records

Heavy stoner doom that is floating in outer space? Yes please! This is not your typical tuned down, rinse and repeat, sabbath worship doom record. This album is huge, majestic, and just an epic slab of heavy, spacy, proggy doom that sounds like nothing else out there.
~ Rich Piva (Musipedia of Metal, FuzzDoomRip)

11. DOCTOR DOOM – A SHADOW CALLED DANGER / NEW!
1960 Points
Proto, Prog, Psych
Pamiers, France
Ripple Music

DoctoR DooM are still firmly rooted in the 70s proto arena on their second album, but A Shadow Called Danger has more proggy bits and is heavier than their debut. By heavy I am not talking riffs to knock your head off, but a more urgent and darker vibe. Combine that with their jazzy/bluesy/psych influences and you have perfectly produced, unique rock album that will be a keeper for years to come.
~ Rich Piva (Musipedia of Metal, FuzzDoomRip)

10. DIRT FORGE – INTERSPHERAL / NEW!
2050 Points
Sludge, Metal
Copenhagen, Denmark
Majestic Mountain Records

Welcome to big riffs and loud amps. DIRT FORGE have a powerful presence in heaviness while keeping an undertone of psychedelic atmospheres aligned with their songwriting. The trio are not afraid to use dynamics shifts to help convey exactly how powerful these songs are. Taking the listener through highs and lows, mixing clean and aggressive vocals, prog rock style design and providing persuasive breakdowns, it all helps take the listener into other worlds.
~ Bobby Rayfield (Monuments In Ruin)

9. COWBOYS & ALIENS – BURN! / NEW!
2088 Points
Stoner Rock
Belgium
Polderrecords

Perhaps COWBOYS & ALIENS heaviest record. They have combined their signature stoner rock sound with over 20 years of experience and groove, and prove they still rock!
~ Ryan Foster (Slightly Fuzzed)

8. ONSÉGEN ENSEMBLE – REALMS / NEW!
2328 Points
Prog, Psych, Jazz, World Music
Finland
Self-released

ONSÉGEN ENSEMBLE use everything but the kitchen sink to create their music; from ocarina to didgeridoo, from jazzy horns to mellotron alongside the traditional band format of guitars, vocals, drums and bass. While listening to Realms you will hear music that can be cinematic in scope, utilizing western, eastern, post-rock and psychedelia in order to entertain listeners, and you will be entertained.
~ Tom Hanno (Tom’s Reviews)

7. MISTER EARTHBOUND – SHADOW WORK / NEW!
2720 Points
Blues Rock, Swamp Rock, Stoner, Psych
Richmond, Virginia, USA
Kozmik Artifactz

Some swampy, stoner goodness is on display with the debut full length Shadow Work from Richmond, Virginia’s MISTER EARTHBOUND. Some excellent riffs, great vocals, and seven killer tunes makes this one of the best debuts of the year. Spooky haunted swamp vibes aplenty.
~ Rich Piva (Musipedia of Metal, FuzzDoomRip)

6. DEADEYE NAVIGATOR – RETRONOID / NEW!
3024 Points
Stoner, Rock
Oslo, Norway
Ozium Records

This is the stoner album I’ve been waiting all year for. The one that you put on without any expectation and are completely blown away by. Retronoid just about has everything that I look for in the genre. Riffs, groove, hooks, great vocals – it’s all there and then some. The two different (I think!) singers bring something different to the party than other bands do and even the interludes are great and don’t overstay their welcome. DEADEYE NAVIGATOR have navigated their way onto my radar big time and with Ozium Records picking them up for a vinyl release next year, I will be first in line. An outstanding record!
~ Jonny Pirie (Hour of the Riff)

5. WITCHFINDER – FORGOTTEN MANSION / NEW!
3289 Points
Heavy, Fuzz, Psych, Doom, NWOBHM, Metal
Clermont Ferrand, France
Mrs Red Sound

Anyone who likes an oppressive fuzz wall including clean psych vocals, but also doesn’t mind listening to cool chorus harmonies, should be delighted with WITCHFINDER‘s new work. The five tracks on “Forgotten Mansion” start with the fat ‘Approaching’, which musically reminds a bit of Electric Wizard, but the vocals go very harmoniously in the direction of Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats. With the great ‘Lucid Forest’ you’re back with the English vocals, but musically, due to the organ sounds, you’re more likely to find Type O Negative. All five tracks on “Forgotten Mansion” sound very similar, but they are different, even if you can hardly get away from the atmospheric Doom, which is presented impressively. It’s worth putting on the headphones for these 37 minutes to feel the full intensity of the songs.
~ Tom Schmahl (Rock Circuz)

4. VITSKÄR SÜDEN – THE FACELESS KING / NEW!
5850 Points
Progressive, Psych, Space, Stoner, Rock
Los Angeles, California, USA
Ripple Music

The Faceless King” is an immersive concept album that makes us look within with its magnificent and epic songs. Following a fluid narrative, psychedelia is related to the hard-progressive vibes of the 70’s, in a wonderful evolution towards the future. Because the album does not sound old, nor does it pretend to reproduce sounds from the past, but instead takes them as a reference, to evolve in its own story. An epic tale in which everything makes sense and in which the band creates monumental songs full of fascinating nuances. If you add to that a fantastic composition and execution, the result is an album that we could well define as a ‘masterpiece’ of contemporary psycho-progressive hard.
~ Roberto Lucas (Denpa Fuzz)

3. WARLUNG – VULTURES PARADISE / NEW!
6285 Points
Stoner, Psych
Houston, Texas, USA
Heavy Psych Sounds

Very much in the old school, Sabbath-inspired corner of the doom sphere, WARLUNG differentiate themselves by taking the Iommi oaken guitar tone and mix it with clean, melodic vocals, creating an infectious rumbling racket. Time to check out this Texas unit’s fourth full length.
~ Chris Tighe (The Mighty Decibel)

2. GAUPA – MYRIAD / NEW!
8330 Points
Blues, Doom, Folk, Hard, Prog, Psych, Stoner, Rock
Falun, Sweden
Self-released

Going completely out of any pigeonhole and even surpassing their previous album ‘FEBERDRÖM’ in quality, the Swedish band GAUPA seem to hit the table with their new album ‘MYRIAD‘. In this new epic story, fantasy and spirituality develop between powerful rhythms and seductive celestial melodies, with which the band will make you wake up from any dream, inviting you to a wonderful story. Commanded by a bass line that drills into the listener’s head, drums that sound like thunder on a stormy night, a seductive voice brimming with magnetism, as well as sharp guitars, GAUPA releases its best album to date. An album in which the maturity of a great band that knows how to play with the elements of stoner, heavy-rock, folk, progressive, psychedelia, and an endless number of genres is perceived, to compose magnificent songs far from any stereotype.
~ Roberto Lucas (Denpa Fuzz)

1. ELDER – INNATE PASSAGE
28358 Points
Psych, Prog, Stoner
Berlin, Germany
Stickman Records / Armageddon Shop

Progressive/Psych Stoner Rock masters ELDER return with their sixth album Innate Passage and it’s everything you’ve come to expect from them. Epic and lush sounding Psych Stoner Rock extended jams with a layer of Prog Rock cleverness within the music. Innate Passage is superbly heavy from start to finish with ELDER moving between the different levels of Psych Stoner Rock and their clever use of Prog Rock themes. The subtle moves of Space Rock and Ambient Post-Rock is a welcome bonus to this album which you can hear in full effect. Haunting melodic grooves work superbly well with the Ambient Post-Rock or Post-Stoner vibes of the album. The vocals are a different class compared to other bands of ELDER’s ilk with them being quite uplifting on the more mellow parts of the song which is carried out throughout the remainder of the album. This is a type of album that will inspire future musicians for generations to come.
~ Steve Howe (Outlaws of the Sun)

With a bombastic but comforting sound, the quartet teams up with bands like MOTORPSYCHO to develop their songs. Symphonic, psychedelic, and with just the right dose of heaviness, the songs on his new album seem to invite us to explore a new world, an environment full of sensations. Complex in its composition, but at the same time extremely masterful, the five long songs are extremely gratifying, evocatively evoking the sound of great bands of the past such as YES or KING CRIMSON, but also of the experimental and already mentioned MOTORPSYCHO, they compose a sublime work that elevates ELDER to a stratum within the reach of few bands.
~ Roberto Lucas (Denpa Fuzz)

ELDER reach a towering pinnacle and possibly save the world with a magic everlasting gobstopper.

The album title and cover art (what looks like a portal to another dimension inside a white Everlasting Gobstopper) could indicate an inner rather than cosmic journey that originates in the mind. Along with the trend of microdosing psilocybin, some scientists and physicians think magic mushrooms could actually reverse personality disorders and political fanaticism. Now I’m daydreaming about an human extinction event averted by psilocybin gobstoppers. Now that’s the kind of innate passage I’d love to see reach clinical trials.

DiSalvo probably just meant to be introspective and philosophical, not realizing his album is so awesome it can save the world. It sure sounds like it could. “Catastasis,” the third part of a Greek drama where the action builds to a catastrophe, shows he’s been fine-tuning his vocal chops, arrangements and harmonies (assisted by Behrang Alavi of Berlin’s Samavayo) with the same care he achieves his guitar tones. While ELDER has been navigating from stoner doom and psych into more proggy territory, they’ve also learned lessons of minimalism from certain strains of kosmische/space rock and post-rock. There are certainly passages of frantic riffing, but the majority of the time the music floats and pulses with simple beauty, changing shape rather than taking linear paths. “Coalescence” makes elegant use of repetition, while “Merged In Dreams – Ne Plus Ultra,” at 14:43, the second longest song in the band’s catalog after “Lore,” balances the arpeggios and chugs with some delicate chiming and slowly unfolding, mournful melodies. Innate Passage feels like the culmination of a journey, at least in terms of being a crowning achievement in ELDER’s initial six album run of classics. I have no doubt it’s only the first of many musical journeys, and I look forward to the trips.
~ Tony Van Dorston (Fast n Bulbous)

The Doom Charts Mixtape

Special thanks to the ongoing contributors to the monthly Doom Chart.  You folks help give voice to the heavy underground:

Aaron Pickford (The Sludgelord); Adam Walsh (Earmunchies); Andy Benson (Nerve Salad); Andy Kovalcik (Bandcamp-NYP-Hard&Heavy); Ben Bellum (The Greatest Thing You’ve Never Heard); Bill Goodman (The Evil Engineer); Billy Goate (Doomed & Stoned); Bob “Mr. Weird Beard” Baker (More Fuzz Podcast); Bobby Rayfield (Monuments In Ruin); Brandon Collins (Super Dank Metal Jams); Bucky Brown (The Ripple Effect);  Clint Willis (Hand of Doom Radio); Chris Beck (Doom Tomb Podcast); Chris Latta (Ghost Cult Magazine);  Chris Tighe (The Mighty Decibel); The Doom Oracle (Spectral Ecstacy); Doomsday Jesus (DoomsdaysJesus); Duncan Evans (Alternative Control); ‘The General’ (Stoner Rock Army); Frazer Jones (Desert Psychlist); Fuzzy Cracklins (Fuzzy Cracklins); Geoff Leppard (Atom Heart Mutha); Graur Zaur (Crypt Guard); Gravitoyd HM (Gravitoyd Heavy Music); Gruby (Doomsmoker); Günther “Doktor420” (Stoner HiVe); Héctor “Mr. Heavyhead” Hurtado (More Fuzz); Hugo Hulleman (Metalfan.nl,Orange Maze); Ioannis Valiakos (Desert Vulture); Jamey Morris (Fistful of DOOM); Jasper Hesselink (Weirdo Shrine); Jay Morgan (High Desert Valley Radio); JC Cansdale-Cook (The MotorFuzzin’ Ibex); Jim Thompson (Heavy in the Hills); JJ “HP Taskmaster” Koczan (The Obelisk); John Gist, (Vegas Rock Revolution / The Doomed & Stoned Show); Jonny Pirie (Hour of the Riff); Joop Konraad (Stoner HiVe); Ken Elliott (Heavy Planet);  Kyle SB / Shasta Beast (Stoner HiVe); Leanne Ridgeway (Riff Relevant); Magnus Tannergren (Into The Void Radio); Marc-Eric Gagnon (Stonefly Effects); Marc C. Pietrek (Vitriol INC / A Dark United Front); Mark Partin (The Ripple Effect); Martin Doomed Desbois (Le Mellow Man, Metal Alliance Magazine) Matt Slighter (Cheeto) (Hwy 420Core of Destruction Radio) Matthew Thomas (Taste Nation); Mathieu Van Der Hert (Dutch European Stoner Rock); Matt Hartnett (Aftershocks TV); Mel Lie (Sunday’s Heavy Tunes); Mike Williams (I Talk to Planets);  Mr Stone (More Fuzz); Nick Pipitone (The Third Eye, Monster Riff);Pat Schober (Monster Riff); Pat ‘Riot’ Whitaker (The Ripple Effect); ‘Papa’ Paul Rote (Doomed & Stoned); Reek of STOOM (Doomed&StonedStoner HiVe); Remi VL (Remi Post Too Many Links); Rich Piva (Musipedia of Metal, FuzzDoomRip); Roberto Lucas (Denpa Fuzz); Roberto Fuentes (La Habitación 235); Robert Pannell (Doom Loom); Rod Reinhardt (Captain Beyond Zen); Roman Tamayo (Doomed & Stoned); Ryan Foster (Slightly Fuzzed) ; Silvi Pearl (Doomed & Stoned, Electric Fire Records); Steve Howe (Outlaws of the Sun); Steve Rodger (God’s Holy Trousers); Steve Woodier (Deathrattle Podcast); Tanguy ‘Mr Fuzz’ Dupré (More Fuzz); Thierry “Pumpkin-T François (Metal Intégral); Tom Hanno (Tom’s Reviews); Tom Schmahl (Rock Circuz); Tony Maim (Black Insect LaughterStoner HiVe); Tony Van Dorston (Fast n Bulbous); Wombat Tarantino (Wombat Cult)

Feel free to send in your albums to stonerdoomcharts@gmail.com where they’ll be delegated to the crew above to determine their thoughts and gather the votes at the end of the month. Leave us comments below and let us know what you think about the Charts.

Here we are, you and me? At the very bottom? Well, why not leave a comment about your new favorite album on the list?

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