Graaaandpa Jones and me… Tell each other fair–Oops. Sorry. Not that. Goatsnake! Yes! It has been far too long but the stoned rockers are making their highly anticipated comeback and it is glorious. The band has unveiled another new track off of the upcoming Black Age Blues. The band is killing it nowadays, just as they did way back when. Goatsnake forever. Check out “Grandpa Jones” after the jump. Continue reading
Stoned rockers Sons Of Huns will release their new album While Sleeping Stay Awake at the end of July. The band has released a new track in the meantime, though. The track is titled “Philosopher’s Stone” and it features Melvins drummer Dale Crover. Nice. The track is rad as hell. I love this band and I can listen to their seventies groove all day. Check out some new Sons Of Huns below. Continue reading
Who’s ready for some High On Fire?! I know I was when I stumbled on it. “The Black Plot” is a sickeningly sweet tune off of High On Fire‘s new record Luminferous. This album is going to absolutely destroy everything. Stoner metal will destroy you! High On Fire will destroy you! Enough. Enjoy “The Black Plot” below. Smoke plot and… Whatever. Continue reading
Okay, when I first heard Abrams, the comparison I heard was Blood Mountain-era Mastodon. Now, that is a heavy order right there, but it is absolutely right. Abrams definitely have that proggy-stoner vibe to them that maintains both heaviness and melody. It’s just amazing. Well, the band has premiered the first track off of their upcoming album Lust.Love.Loss. The track is titled “Manic” and it’s fucking brilliant. Check it out below. Continue reading
Weedeater have premiered another new track from their forthcoming album, Goliathan, over at High Times. The new hazy jam is titled “Bow Down” and it trudges along with more of that fuzz-ridden sludge that you’d come to expect from the band. Bow down to Weedeater at this location now.
Goatsnake, whom have been inactive for almost fifteen years, will release their first album in that much time this summer. The new record Black Age Blues has a lot of hype already, but nothing like it is going to have after every one hears the albums title track. “Black Age Blues” is a thundering, old school stoner jam and it’s great. I cannot wait to hear the album in full when it comes out in June. In the mean time, check out the title track below. Continue reading
Abrams are a band that I have only been introduced to today but they are currently ruling my world. I mean, music this good doesn’t come about too often, so when it does, I soak it up. Abrams hail from Colorado and their vicious mix of mathy progressive stoner crunching goodness does the body oh-so-well. The band has premiered a track titled “Sea Salt Lines” off of their Lust. Love. Loss. and you can hear it below. HOLY COW. Continue reading
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Weedeater have premiered a new track from their upcoming album Goliathan over at NPR. The new track is the short but sweet “Bully”, which will flatten you with its steamroller of dirty riffs while frontman Dave “Dixie” Collins recites a comical rendition of the infamous “Nanny Nanny Boo Boo” taunt. Check it out for yourself at NPR now.
Goliathan will be released on May 19 via Season of Mist.
Sons Of Huns, a band that ALMOST made my Best Of list in 2013, has made it’s come back in 2015 with their new song “An Evil Unseen.” The track is the first off of the bands upcoming album While Sleeping Stay Awake, which has a late July release date. The interesting thing about this track is that St. Vitus vocalist and solo artist Scott “Wino” Weinrich provides guest vocals on the track. As a huuuge fan of Wino and Vitus, this only made me want to hear “An Evil Unseen” even more. You can check out the track for yourself after the jump. Continue reading
One of my favorite albums of the year comes from rockers Royal Thunder. Their new album Crooked Doors has taken me by storm and rocked my world. I love Royal Thunder and they have released a really cool music video for their new track “Time Machine,” which is one of my favorite tracks on Crooked Doors. Check out the video after the jump. Do it if you know whats good for ya, ya hear? Continue reading