Here we are. At the end of January. After a massive run of lists featuring all those Personal Favorite Albums from quite a few Doom Charts Contributors. And a sort of Friday break to do some Freebies and that December 2022 Peroration Post. Damn! A wild run it was, and then to think it’s only been about two dozen of our Contributors that submitted their list. If we receive more next year, we will have to start earlier and do two per day from the start. Personally, I’ve enjoyed seeing all those lists posted and I once again discovered quite a few albums that I did not hear yet or sort of forgot about. A massive run of glances back to 2022 should poetically end with a Total List. And this is it. It’s all those monthly lists of 2022 swept together, and all the votes added up. All done by our tally master; Remi VL! So, this here, is the Top 100 albums as they were voted for by our Doom Charts Contributors throughout the year…
During those twelve months of 2022, no less than 2012 albums received votes; and we can’t stress enough that they all deserved those votes, cause one of the many Contributors loved it. But because the bottom of that list is populated by a handful of bands that received that one point vote, those final spots are registered in alphabetical order. To be exact, 47 bands populate that final spot on the list. But because it is in alphabetical order, we see WILD TINDERBOX and their HERETICS AND HEATSEEKERS album on place 2012. Straight out of Austin, Texas the trio delivers some hard driving, thrash metal and stoner trucking goodness and it’s good! And only one of the Contributors discovered this release back in 2022… So, be sure to keep your ear nailed to the Heavy Underground, cause there’s so much good stuff out there. We find a lot… But perhaps not everything… Cause the Doom Charts Contributors voted for 2012 albums throughout the year. But there is still more out there. Keep searching. Go out. Support the bands…. It’s why we do this thing…
Welcome to the Doom Charts Top 100 albums of 2022...
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…
100. THAMMUZ – SONS OF THE OCCULT — 4698
99. CHARLEY NO FACE – ELEVEN THOUSAND VOLTS — 4725
98. SCUZZY YETI – RUINED — 4740
97. STÖNER – TOTALLY… — 4860
96. ERIC WAGNER – IN THE LONELY LIGHT OF MOURNING — 4884
95. DEADEYE NAVIGATOR – RETRONOID — 4928
94. TIGERS ON OPIUM – 503.420.6669.VOL 2 — 5005
93. STONE AXE – STAY OF EXECUTION — 5032
92. MOUNT SATURN – O, GREAT MOON — 5049
91. GOATRIDERS – TRAVELER — 5168
90. MWWB – THE HARVEST — 5292
89. SPELLBOOK – DEADLY CHARMS — 5382
88. ELECTRIC MOUNTAIN – VALLEY GIANT — 5562
87. UFOMAMMUT – FENICE — 5576
86. MYSTERY DUDES – EXIT THROUGH THE WORMHOLE — 5670
85. DRUIDS – SHADOW WORK — 5856
84. SUNCZAR – BEARER OF LIGHT — 6188
83. TROLL TEETH – HANGED, DRAWN, & QUARTERED — 6270
82. PSYCHONAUT – VIOLATE CONSENSUS REALITY — 6292
81. BLUE HERON – EPHEMERAL — 6336
80. SÖNUS – USURPER OF THE UNIVERSE — 6352
79. HYDRA – BEYOND LIFE AND DEATH — 6669
78. NAXATRAS – IV — 6790
77. GNOME – KING — 6800
76. EARTHLESS – NIGHT PARADE OF ONE HUNDRED DEMONS — 6903
75. FOOT – YOU ARE WEIGHTLESS — 7020
74. CONAN – EVIDENCE OF IMMORTALITY — 7092
73. DEVIL’S WITCHES – IN ALL HER FORMS — 7110
72. NEBULA – TRANSMISSION FROM MOTHERSHIP EARTH — 7140
71. BAARDVADER – FOOLISH FIRES — 7280
70. CARSON – THE WILFUL PURSUIT OF IGNORANCE — 7488
69. ABRAMS – IN THE DARK — 7560
68. CAVE IN – HEAVY PENDULUM — 7714
67. PETH – MERCHANT OF DEATH — 7735
66. COLOUR HAZE – SACRED — 7744
65. SMOKE – GROUPTHINK — 7792
64. JOSIAH – WE LAY ON COLD STONE — 7803
63. BLACK LUNG – DARK WAVES — 8056
62. KALEIDOBOLT – THIS ONE SIMPLE TRICK — 8092
61. DEAD MEADOW – FORCE FORM FREE — 8099
60. HOLY WITCH – LEVITATING — 8120
59. STONE NOMADS – FIELDS OF DOOM — 8246
58. HALF GRAMME OF SOMA – SLIP THROUGH THE CRACKS — 8262
57. GAUPA – MYRIAD — 8330
56. SOMALI YACHT CLUB – THE SPACE — 8442
55. ROBOT GOD – WORLDS COLLIDE — 8560
54. SUN VOYAGER – SUN VOYAGER — 8645
53. SOMNUS THRONE – NEMESIS LATELY — 8673
52. VITSKÄR SÜDEN – THE FACELESS KING — 8759
51. CB3 – EXPLORATION — 8799
50. MORRISON GRAVES – DIVISION RISING — 8838
49. BIRTH – BORN — 9044
48. ALUNAH – STRANGE MACHINE — 9101
47. CLUTCH – SUNRISE ON SLAUGHTER BEACH — 9180
46. MUTAUTU – GRAVEYARD OF GIANTS — 9253
45. GYPSYBYRD – VISIONS — 9545
44. WARLUNG – VULTURES PARADISE — 9738
43. ZOM – FEAR AND FAILURE — 10098
42. HAZEMAZE – BLINDED BY THE WICKED — 10132
41. HUMANOTONE – A FLOURISHING FALL IN A GRAIN OF SAND — 10563
40. OREYEON – EQUATIONS FOR THE USELESS — 10650
39. MOTHERSLUG – BLOOD MOON BLUES — 10740
38. IAN BLURTON’S FUTURE NOW – SECOND SKIN — 10740
37. BLACK CAPRICORN – CULT OF BLOOD — 11040
36. TELEKINETIC YETI – PRIMORDIAL — 11134
35. MOS GENERATOR – TIME//WOUNDS — 11358
34. OBIAT – INDIAN OCEAN — 11500
33. STEAK – ACUTE MANIA — 11697
32. FRAYLE – SKIN & SORROW — 11726
31. RUBY THE HATCHET – FEAR IS A CRUEL MASTER — 11880
30. ECSTATIC VISION – ELUSIVE MOJO — 12480
29. OBSIDIAN SEA – PATHOS — 12512
28. CAUSTIC CASANOVA – GLASS ENCLOSED NERVE CENTER — 13200
27. MOTORPSYCHO – ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS — 14080
26. GEEZER – STONED BLUES MACHINE — 14928
25. SASQUATCH – FEVER FANTASY — 16527
(Mad Oak Records)
SASQUATCH is easily one of the top in the genre and they deliver a choice album! Front man Keith Gibbs and the boys get a little deeper in texture with the addition of keys/organ on the latter half of the album. SASQUATCH has the knack for creating songs that are accessible for normal hard/heavy rock fans but wild enough to keep us in the underground rocking! This band has not put out one bad album! Cheers to Keith, Jason and Craig!
~ John Gist (Vegas Rock Revolution / The Doomed & Stoned Show)
24. SAMAVAYO – PAYAN — 16800
The eye of the storm must have formed somewhere in the Palm Desert, but through its wake, the tornado grew progressively larger and took on a dazzling magnitude. SAMAVAYO are unleashing upon us a tornado of fuzzrocious sandy riffs! The melodies, which are impregnated with a Middle Eastern vibe, are skilfully crafted and haunting. I’m not even mentioning the legendary musicians that have collaborated on the album… Payan is a massive album that will engulf inside your eardrums and stay there for the rest of the year!!!
~ Marc-Eric Gagnon (Stonefly Effects)
23. VALLEY OF THE SUN – THE CHARIOT — 16920
(Ripple Music / Fuzzorama Records)
The Chariot is VALLEY OF THE SUN on steroids. Sonically, this album falls somewhere between Old Gods and Volume Rock, channeling the spiritual worldliness of Old Gods with the incessant energy of Volume Rock—and all while honoring some of Rock’s greatest luminaries. Like the Stoner Rock heroes of Clutch, VALLEY OF THE SUN is a band that understands how to repeatedly craft catchy Hard Rock tracks—and how to do so without growing stale or repetitive. This band still has plenty of tricks up their sleeves, and The Chariot is their best and most mature effort to date.
~ Patrick Schober (Monster Riff)
22. JIRM – THE TUNNEL, THE WELL, HOLY BEDLAM — 17584
Expansive and unyieldingly cinematic, The Tunnel, The Well, Holy Bedlam is an absolute stunner of a journey through murky moods and hard rocking, engrossing melancholic ambiance. Extremely emotive, soaring (almost ’70s/’80s power balad style but way more grungy) vocals play a starring role amidst the inclusion of racy winds and passages of brooding, layered atmospherics over acoustic strumming, chimes among other sensationally shimmering psychedelic touches. What emerges is a masterfully melodic interplay of light and dark which could be compared in a way to the usage of chiaroscuro in classic film. At times creating a strangely provocative, tensely tender, yet nostalgic sense of textural noir to JIRM’s powerful riffing, booming reverb, and sonorous fuzz. A beautifully heavy listen.
~ Doom Oracle (Spectral Ecstacy)
21. BESVÄRJELSEN – ATLAS — 17680
(Magnetic Eye Records)
BESVÄRJELSEN achieve in Atlas that the atmospheric and progressive doom acquires heights never seen before. With songs destined to become hymns, and heavy rock hooks, the Swedes manage to trap the listener in a spectacular album that you will never want to leave. Their melancholic melodies, the bewitching voices, a good handful of riffs, and the echoes of the desert are enough incentives to fall at their feet. A heavy yet sophisticated album that is running for Album of the Year!
~ Roberto Lucas (Denpa Fuzz)
20. FOSTERMOTHER – THE OCEAN — 17920
FOSTERMOTHER’s new album, “The Ocean,” is for real. Its maturity is impressive. This isn’t an album with a bunch of songs, it’s an album with a story to tell. There is an element of ethereal drone that sucks you into the voyage of the telling. There is also an aggressive element that is punctuated by a guitar tone that is pure electric butter, hot and smooth. Drop the needle, put the headphones on, and experience “The Ocean.” Soon to be on my shelf.
~ Gravitoyd (Gravitoyd Heavy Music)
19. 10,000 YEARS – III — 18382
(Interstellar Smoke Records)
10,000 YEARS brings the heavy stoner sludge on their third release, aptly titled III. Part three in a trilogy of releases that this time ratchets up the hardcore vibes, not just with the vocals, but with riffs that sound very early 90s with tracks that will get that circle pit going. Tracks Megafauna and Desert Of Madness remind me of Unsane or maybe (very) early Helmet. Il Cattivo reminds me of early Mastodon and the closer To Suns Beyond is the most sprawling, atmospheric track that I have heard from the band up until this point. 10,000 YEARS is in top form on III and round out their initial trilogy of releases perfectly. This is some heavy stuff, so go in ready to have your head ripped off.
~ Rich Piva (Musipedia of Metal, FuzzDoomRip)
18. PARALYZED – HEAVY ROAD — 19240
PARALYZED hammers out another slab of illicit vocals and powerhouse blues. Sure to be one of the years strongest albums in the heavy underworld. Banging hook, gritty charm and bar room doom. Devils Bride and the infamous “LA Woman” may very well be the same person in a parallel dimension.
~ Bucky Brown (The Ripple Effect)
17. GREENBEARD – VARIANT — 20352
(Sailor Records / Kozmik Artifactz)
The classic and blues-tinged heavy rock, stoner infused Variant album is the newest release by Austin, Texas quartet GREENBEARD. But it’s not just that simple… For the way they implore all the different heavy rock elements make them move ever more away from the trodden path and into a wild, strange and definite desert rock adventure. Sometimes even reminiscent of Masters Of Reality, especially on certain vocal moments, the album dares to swim with the wind and dive behind the veil of existence. Soulful and warm, the seven tracks of Variant, with blissful saxophone work at a few moments can easily and instantly be recognized as an amazing album and one that will ring on for a very long time to come…
~ Joop Konraad (Stoner HiVe)
16. THE OTOLITH – FOLIUM LIMINA — 20436
(Blues Funeral Recordings)
From the ashes of SubRosa rises THE OTOLITH a collection of musicians who make music that is as unsettling as it is soothing, a band whose grooves are a game-changing blend of heaviness and serenity. This their debut album is both majestic and masterful but is best described as mind-blowingly magnificent!
~ Frazer Jones (Desert Psychlist)
15. MY SLEEPING KARMA – ATMA — 21359
Germany’s MY SLEEPING KARMA began as Colour Haze acolytes, with their first three albums from 2006-10 on the band’s Elektrohasch label. But from the start, the band has gone in their own direction toward instrumental space rock with some post-rock influences. The result is a nearly flawless body of work that rewards immersive deep listening for those open to the expressive potential of instrumental psychedelic rock. Album art and titles suggest a strong spiritual element of Hinduism is involved in their worldview, and the music can certainly work for meditation sessions, as long as one isn’t too distracted by awesome drumming. My favorite probably remains Soma (2012), but you can’t go wrong with any of their six albums.
~ Tony Van Dorston (Fast n Bulbous)
14. SLEEPWULF – SUNBEAMS CURL — 23010
(Heavy Psych Sounds)
The impatiently awaited follow-up to the Swedish-Scottish quartet’s self-titled debut (my AOTY 2020!) once again leaves mouths open in astonishment. The production is warm and vintage and achieved perfection by live recording directly to a TASCAM tape machine. Belong to their trademarks the lyrics deal with occultism, mysticism and alchemy. The music is inspired by Black Sabbath and Jethro Tull, but sounds more towards Witchcraft and Pentagram to me, which is not a disadvantage. Despite, or precisely because of the various influences, SLEEPWULF’s music never sounds like one of their predecessors, thanks to their high recognition value, but rather unique and timeless. AOTY contender!
~ Rod Reinhardt (Captain Beyond Zen)
13. MESSA – CLOSE — 23374
It’s almost impossible to even come close to finding the right words for this great new album by MESSA. ‘Close‘ is heavy, doomy, bluesy and has a fragile atmosphere and beauty all of its own. Just take the opener “Suspended” with its wonderful atmosphere and the accompanying tender vocals. This song then builds into a riffy doomer and finishes with a wonderful bluesy guitar. “Pilgrim” sounds no less terrific, where folk elements are paired with Doom – terrific! You will then have to discover the rest of this breathtaking album for yourself – perhaps already one of the albums of 2022.
~ Tom Schmahl (Rock Circuz)
12. RED SUN ATACAMA – DARWIN — 25480
(Mrs Red Sound)
I can’t remember the last time I put an album on, immediately sat up in my seat and went ‘Woah!’. That’s what happened when I hit play on ‘Darwin’ for the first time (and many more times after!). The energy on these tracks bursts out the speakers and it’s even more impressive when they switch to chill for a couple of minutes before launching right back at your throat again. A must hear!
~ Jonny Pirie (Hour of the Riff)
11. PSYCHLONA – PALO VERDE — 27550
PSYCHLONA takes their already perfectly fuzzy brand of psychedelic stoner rock and takes you on a trip! This album might have it all, from infectious rock n roll, to psychedelic mind benders. I love how PSYCHLONA continues to evolve, and they really put it all together on this one.
~ Ryan Foster (Slightly Fuzzed)
10. EARLY MOODS – EARLY MOODS — 28280
Some bands just think they can throw a riff out there and tune down and now they should be considered in the conversation. EARLY MOODS is not that. There is no posing or pretending here. These guys live up to Sabbath Worship in all the right ways. There is no shame in wearing that on your sleeve when what you are doing is pure and executed flawlessly. If you love the proto/Sabbath/70s vibes and want the best of the best who are doing it today, this is the album for you.
~ Rich Piva (Musipedia of Metal, FuzzDoomRip)
9. WO FAT – THE SINGULARITY — 30144
WO FAT shares some of Ufomammut’s cosmic psych sludge DNA, but adds elements from regions surrounding their Dallas, TX homebase, including the swamplands that extend from East Texas into Louisiana, and the blues boogie that extends from ZZ Top all the way back to Dallas native T-Bone Walker in the 1940s. Kicking off with the nearly 14 minute long “Orphans of the Singe,” and then “The Snows of Banquo IV,” it’s no surprise that they do get a bit more progressive this time around. This is a good thing. Ever wonder what ZZ Top would sound like if they circled back to their origins as psychedelic band The Moving Sidewalks and mixed in some prog chops? It probably wouldn’t quite resemble “The Unraveling,” but if they were lucky it would be just as amazing. With WO FAT, you don’t have to wish they’d have explored more interesting sounds, because they’re already there, and between the engaging, multi-part composition of “Overworlder” and the epic 16:32 instrumental “The Oracle,” they’ve nearly perfected their craft.
~ Tony Van Dorston (Fast n Bulbous)
8. SONS OF ARRAKIS – VOLUME I — 30390
(Self-released / Riff Merchant Records / Careless Records)
Many music outfits have taken on aspects of Herbert’s epos and processed them through their music and one would lie if he didn’t admit the spice-laced sands have inspired heavy riffers and reefers around the globe, be it Sanrider, Sleep, Dvne, or most recently, Sons Of Arrakis. On ‘Volume I‘, the four-piece goes through the themes of the first couple of books with a riff-heavy yet playful demeanor, successfully painting their own vision of Herbert’s mysteriously archaic sci-fi monument with a fitting desert rock aesthetic.
~ Graur Zaur (Crypt Guard)
7. MAMMOTH VOLUME – THE CURSED WHO PERFORM THE LARVAGOD RITES — 30690
(Blues Funeral Recordings)
MAMMOTH VOLUME return with their stoner/prog magnum opus. “Larvagod” rests high on two well proportioned trunks. So fresh you can smell it. This is one of those albums that you get out as much as you put in. Repeat listens extracts subtleties and nuances not noticed the previous time through. The best album I’ve heard, so far this year.
~ Adam Walsh (Earmunchies)
6. KRYPTOGRAF – THE ELDORADO SPELL — 31488
Back to the 70s – KRYPTOGRAF from Bergen (Norway) plays a fine, varied and very pleasant hard rock. Their sound is very organic, close to human nature. The electrification, the distortion of the guitars and some doomy riffs add a proto-metal aspect. Very positive feelings seize me when I listen to this magnificent album. To cite a comparison, The Eldorado Spell reminds me of the emotion when I discovered Doorways Of Time by BUTTERFLY.
~ Thierry ‘Pumpkin’ François (Metal Intégral)
5. AAWKS – HEAVY ON THE COSMIC — 31878
(Black Throne Productions / Northern Haze / Tarantula Tapes)
“Heavy On The Cosmic” does exactly what it says on the cover – bringing rebellious, riotous filthy riffs embedded in a swampy gloop of stoned haziness. Fans of Kal-El, Spelljammer and Acid Mammoth will be all over this like a plaster cast!
~ Reek of STOOM (Doomed&Stoned, Stoner HiVe)
4. FREEDOM HAWK – TAKE ALL YOU CAN — 32940
Our top doom release of the month goes to Virginia Beach stoners FREEDOM HAWK for their sixth full length, Take All You Can. Of utmost import is the top notch song writing here, three old school Sabbatharian doomsters, two laidback psychedlic ditties and one radio-ready catchy-as-hell. Add the Ozzy-esque vocal warblings and there you have a package demanding multiple listens. And it’s a grower. Buy!
~ Chris Tighe (The Mighty Decibel)
3. SERGEANT THUNDERHOOF – THIS SCEPTRED VEIL — 36570
I was a little late to the SERGEANT THUNDERHOOF party, having first heard them through their amazing split with Howling Giant a few years back. What I discovered was a classic metal inspired progressive stoner rock band carving out their own path amongst an ever growing crowd, standing out with killer dueling guitar work that is a mix of Iommi and Iron Maiden. Not every band can put together a near 70 minute album that doesn’t get stale, but I find myself just restarting this one over and over lately!
~ Remi VL (Remi Post Too Many Links)
2. KING BUFFALO – REGENERATOR — 41760
(Self-released / Stickman Records)
Continuing with that exploration of the modernity of heavy psychedelia, his songs that trap you in true sonic spirals of starry overtones, but without giving up his beautiful and padded melodies. A formula that follows works for the trio. A whole melting pot of psychedelic, progressive and spatial sounds create a moving album that is equally impressive, surprising and masterful. The album shows us the shadows, but is also able to find the light with its meandering and hypnotic songs, which span a melting pot of styles and influences to blend them perfectly. An exquisitely coupled rhythmic machinery makes the songs mutate between different atmospheres, creating a gratifying magnetic field for the listener.
~ Roberto Lucas (Denpa Fuzz)
1. ELDER – INNATE PASSAGE — 53258
(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)
Special thanks to the 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); James Sweetlove (CaveDwellerMusic); (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 420, Core 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&Stoned, Stoner 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) ; Scott Spiers (CleanAndSoberStoner) ; 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 Laughter, Stoner HiVe); Tony Van Dorston (Fast n Bulbous); Wombat Tarantino (Wombat Cult).
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