Friday Freebie – Moths

MOTHS – SPACE FORCE Are we going overboard with so much Friday Freebies? Sure we are! But it’s been sweltering across the globe, and I guess we can all use a dip in the ocean of heaviness! Up next, your heavy rock lifejacket, in the form of: MOTHS! Their new release SPACE FORCE came out […]

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Friday Freebie – Moozoonsii

MOOZOONSII – INWARD There’s no stopping us now! We continue on, on this massive run of Friday Freebies! Next up, MOOZOONSII‘s album INWARD! Frazer Jones: “Insanely good instrumental jams, a heady mix of tight complexity and loose fluidity that springs surprises at every turn.” Reek of STOOM: “This Nantes-based trio flex their musical muscles on […]

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Friday Freebie – Deepshade

DEEPSHADE – GLOAMING “DEEPSHADE’s third release marks a more experimental approach to our heavy, catchy sound. And it’s one we can’t wait to play live. Gloaming is a beautiful time, when the sky is deep blue and the sun is just about to go down. It’s an otherworldliness that imbues the songs. It marks both […]

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Friday Freebie – Witchfinder

WITCHFINDER – ENDLESS GARDEN “French doom sludge quartet WITCHFINDER are powered by gloomy keyboard effects, haunted Dopelord-like vocals, thunderous riffage and a bone rattling rhythm section. Their upcoming EP “Endless Garden” blends fearsome fuzz, cold psychedelia and mucky sludge. It was recorded, mixed and mastered by Haldor Grunberg (Behemoth, Dopelord, Belzebong) of Satanic Audio in […]

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Friday Freebie – Church of The Sea

CHURCH OF THE SEA – ODALISQUE “Church of the Sea were formed in 2017 in Athens, Greece, when three individuals came together to create a distinct sound, balancing between doom and dark electronic rock. They embrace fuzzed sounds, heavy distorted beats and ethereal, chant‐like vocals. The result is a unique atmosphere where doom’s heaviness meets […]

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