Lookout For The Fuzz…Down Under. Let us not confuse Child with the other bands of the same name or conversions of the word “child” and “band” because there are many. And they scatter from Seattle to the UK. This “Child” band is from Melbourne, Australia and formed in 2012 with Mathais Northway(guitar/vocals), Jayden Ensor(bass), and Read More
Tower Bar in City heights held a late premiere for Heroin’s ‘Video Nasty’ followed by Spacewax last Thursday. Spacewax is a heavy rock group from SD with members Johnny Nevada, Jordan Tirpok, and Connor Getzlaf. Nevada and Tirpok’s previous groups include Cervix, Let Em Rot, Hammerkill, and PC DeathSquad.
Weedeater played Soda Bar last Monday and f**d our ear drums ruthless. My ears rang the entire ride home and carried through to the morning. The line up has been recently altered as their drummer Keko left the band and Travis Owen (Whores.) filled in for their tour with “Dixie” Dave Collins and Dave Shepard. Read More
Dopelord brings weighted bluesy doom in its best form. From across the pond, Poland is making a lot of noise. In 2010, Dopelord formed in Lublin and debuted their first full-length album in 2012, Magick Rites. The northern areas of Europe are known for some of the darkest and heaviest metal to hit the underground Read More
When Great Musicians Come Together. In the run for 2013 Doom Metal Album of the Year, Windhand’s Soma delivers a fully appreciated sound and track list. It seems more common for bands to lay out 2-3 solid gems while leaving space on the album to test a few lighter joys or obnoxious rant-a-bouts in hopes Read More
Sometimes It’s Better Without Words My enthusiasm for instrumental rock bands is the result from a love or hate relationship with any band’s front man. I’m a fan of rock vocals, but upon hearing a new band I often tense up after be hypnotized by a great intro riff and waiting anxiously for the vocals Read More
Rated by Terrorizer Magazine as the “future of doom,” Alunah brings a stimulating sound to doom metal’s promising future. Based out of Birmingham, UK and led by a female vocalist who can lash cosmic ringers to wrap heavy guitars and rushing drums for a solid psychedelic ambiance, there’s no coal shortage for the long winters Read More