Baroness are a band that I’ve always really enjoyed but I have really been digging them lately. I’ve relistened to Yellow and Green this week and it’s a really solid album. Doing this just made me want to delve into the bands forthcoming Purple even more. Baroness have just unloaded their new jam “Shock Me,” which comes with a rad lyric video. Check it out below and see what’s up. Continue reading
Stoner rockers Saviours will release their phenomenal new record Palace Of Vision tomorrow, but you can listen to the album in full right now if you please. The band has teamed up with MetalSucks for the stream of this monster. I’ve been loving Palace Of Vision and I think you will too. Stream it below. Continue reading
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Southern doom quartet Wailin Storms have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, One Foot In The Flesh Grave, at CVLT Nation. Titled “Don’t Forget the Sun”, the new track features a dark blues infused, Southern fried stoner sound, that is filled to the brim with brooding melodies and memorable choruses. Check out the tasty jam right now.
One Foot In The Flesh Grave will be released on November 20 via Magic Bullet Records. Pre-order here.
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Philadelphia-based psychedelic doom trio Wizard Eye have premiered their new self-titled LP over at Blow the Scene. The album is officially out now via Black Monk Records and can be purchased here. The album is a towering, fuzz-laden, hazy-eyed beast that is two parts catchy and three parts heavy as hell. Listeners will be urged to partake in their favorite illicit substance while jamming this doom opus. Check it out here or after the break.
Irata have a nice, smooth groove to their music and it’s a really amazing listen. The band will be putting out their new album Sweet Loris next month and the band has readied a new track for your awaiting ears. This new track is titled “March By Tens” and it crushes. Check out a stream below, courtesy of our friends at CVLT Nation. Continue reading
Man, Baroness are making one hell of a comeback. I loved “Chlorine & Wine” when it was released and I really dig the music video that the band has just released for it. It’s a really cool video that is mostly studio footage, but the way it was edited and choreographed, it is fantastic. Check it out below. All hail Baroness. Continue reading
Saviours are prepping the release of their fantastic new album Palace Of Vision and the band has just unleashed a new track titled “Flesh Of Fire.” The track is a stunning stoner ditty that rocks and riffs like there’s no tomorrow. You can check out the track below, courtesy of Decibel Mag. Stream it and see. It’s rad as fuck. Continue reading
You may not be familiar with the band Sloth. yet, but you will be. This one-man, UK-based fuzzy stonerdoom act is unbelievable heavy and extremely entertaining. The band has emerged and will release its debut album Slow As Shit, of which you can now hear. Seriously sit down and check this out because I can definitely see this album popping back up around list season. Stream some Sloth. below. Continue reading
Bangalore, India-based stoner/doom outfit Bevar Sea have premiered a new track from their upcoming album, Invoke the Bizarre, over at Metal Underground. Titled “Bury Me in NOLA”, the psychedelic “Bury Me in NOLA” churns out massive, hazy-eyed riffs that will evoke furious headbanging from listeners. Check it out after the break along with previously released tracks, “Where There’s Smoke (There’s a Pyre)” and “Sleeping Pool”.
Invoke the Bizarre will be released on September 25 in India and October 31 for the rest of the world.
Stoners heavy metallers Saviours will release their new album Palace Of Vision around Halloween and the band has unveiled a new track. The track is titled “Burning Shrine” and it is a killer song indeed. I have been in some serious need of Saviours as I was somewhat disappointed in the new Sword record, so take my advice and stream “Burning Shrine” below. Continue reading
I try to keep up on up-and-comers, but I have somehow missed Cavern doing my rounds. I came across the band today and I was pleasantly surprised by their music. The band’s Baroness-esque stoner attitude is on par with any band out there I’d say. The band has teamed up with MetalSucks to stream their new album Outsiders and it is definitely worth your time. Check it out below. Continue reading
Last month we here at AA premiered a rad track from The Oxford Coma. That track was my introduction to the band and I am stoked that I got the hand out. This band is seriously incredible and I am now excited to inform you all that you can now hear the album in full! That’s right, The Oxford Coma are currently streaming Paris Is Mine over on our homie-site HBIH. You can check it out below. It’s raaaaad. Continue reading
So, The Atlas Moth will release a new split 7″ this year with Ken Mode and, to amp up the anticipation, Atlas have released a new music video. The video is for a track off of the split called “The 6th Passenger Is Death” and it’ll blow you away if you’re into aliens and even if you’re not. It’s The motherfucking Atlas Moth. check it out below. Continue reading
Man, today is a good day. New Hammercult. New Huntress and now new Christian Mistress. The latter of which has also just unleashed a new track titled “Stronger Than Blood.” A while back we heard “Open Road,” which I loved. This latest track is a wonderful, rocking beast and you need to stop what you’re doing and LISTEN. Check it out below. Continue reading
The fabulous thing about Decibel’s Flexi series is the occasional cover song we get. They are usually awesome and you know I love covers. Well, the most recent cover is of Blue Öyster Cult‘s classic “Hot Rails To Hell.” Who performed this amazing track? None other than riff-worshipers Savious with a little help from Wino. It’s brilliant. Check it out below.