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Black Moth – Condemned to Hope

Rising from the Leeds underground scene Black Moth have already made quite an impression in the doom/sludge metal genre they currently occupy. Condemned To Hope is their second album following the well received 2012 debut album The Killing Jar. Not being someone who would normally pick up an album from …

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Eyehategod – Eyehategod (Century Media)

This is the first album from the Kings of New Orleans Sludge in fourteen years. In that time the band has been through the ringer and still managed to keep a profile alive throughout the underground. EHG is an incestuous outfit with members playing for other high profile bands such …

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Mountainside – Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish, and Short

@Planetmosh @AnybodyBC reviews ‘Solitary, Poor, Nasty, Brutish, and Short’ by Mountainside Some bands make an album every year or every second year. Well, not in the case of Mountainside. It’s almost six years since they released ‘All About Time’. In a DIY way, during all that time, band was not …

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Kylesa – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow – 01/02/2014

.@Kylesa show in Glasgow reviewed by @AnybodyBC for .@PlanetMosh Another rainy Saturday’s night in Glasgow and one more concert in Kylesa tour, presenting their new album ‘Ultraviolet’. The band started their European tour on 10th of January and will be finishing it in one week in Germany. For the whole …

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Astralnaut – In the Gaze of the Gods

Astralnaut are from the dark wet plains of Northern Ireland and trade in big riffs.Formed in late 2011 the band have been gigging the length and breadth of the Island dishing out their brand of Stoner rock which is influenced by the likes of Down, AIC, Solace and even a …

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Cough / Windhand – Reflections of the Negative (Relapse)

Once you see the band Cough in the title you know that this is going to be nothing less than devastatingly heavy. Cough was formed in 2005 with the sole purpose of being the heaviest band from their area. To date they have released two full lengths, split with the …

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NORTHLESS – Valley Of Lead.

Northless immerse the soul in depressive Doom magic.   Northless really have an uncanny knack of being able to make Doom and Sludge sound even more intense and depressive than many others are capable of. This three track E.P. is a prime example of that, throwing out dark, malevolent waves …

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