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October 30, 2020, 8:07 am

 

STELLA PORTA

Band:BARDUS
Album:STELLA PORTA
Label:SOLAR FLARE
Format:CD
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

If the Melvins, Eyehategod, Unsane, and Queens of the Stone Age all somehow co-fathered some ungodly offspring “ has been written by Metalsucks as an accurate description of what Bardus sounds like. Formed in 2011 in Philadelphia, PA, Bardus has been daring listeners to define their sound, which has been described as “genredefying impetuosity” by Heavy Planet. Citing heavy, sludgy, groove, psychedelia, noise rock influences, Bardus continues to challenge listeners. Following their debut full length “Solus” self released in 2013, Bardus has been creating a name for themselves through DIY touring and playing support for national acts. Bardus was chosen by Metalsucks to take part in their collaboration with Converse Rubber Tracks in 2014 which helped them reach more people ears. Continued touring and support has brought them to where they’re at today. Through their hard hitting style of music, Bardus has continued to develop a sound of their own and it can be heard on their newest full length, Stella Porta, which will be released on Solar Flare Records.

“Bardus make the kind of grungy, stonery noise rock that will remind why you ever loved the genre in the first place" – Metalsucks

 

 

THE VISION

Band:PSYCHEDELIC WITCHCRAFT
Album:THE VISION
Label:SOULSELLER
Format:cd
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

Fast rising star from southern Europe. PSYCHEDELIC WITCHCRAFT is fronted by an Italian doomstress named Virginia Monti. The band was formed in March 2015, living through the imaginary of Occult and Witchcraft with psychedelic colors and emotions, inspired by the sounds and the pictures of an almost lost era. The EP "Black Magic Man" was released on vinyl in July and sold out in less than 10 days. CD format

 

 

THE VISION - LP

Band:PSYCHEDELIC WITCHCRAFT
Album:THE VISION - LP
Label:SOULSELLER
Format:Vinyl LP
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

GATEFOLD VINYL VERSION ON 140 GRAMS BLACK VINYL LIMITED TO 500 COPIES WORLDWIDE!

Fast rising star from southern Europe. PSYCHEDELIC WITCHCRAFT is fronted by an Italian doomstress named Virginia Monti. The band was formed in March 2015, living through the imaginary of Occult and Witchcraft with psychedelic colors and emotions, inspired by the sounds and the pictures of an almost lost era. The EP "Black Magic Man" was released on vinyl in July and sold out in less than 10 days.

 

 

DODSSKRIK

Band:SVARTTJERN
Album:DODSSKRIK
Label:SOULSELLER
Format:CD
Genre:Black Metal

SVARTTJERN was originally formed as a two-man-project in 2003 by HansFyrste and HaaN. The two brothers soon decided to bring up a full line-up in order to do some live shows, and to take the band on new levels. Later that same year Skabb, Grimdun and Fjellnord joined the duo, and SVARTTJERN started to work on their first demo recordings. Over the next years two demos were recorded, “Blasphemic War” and “Raped by Svarttjern”, but SVARTTJERN were still working towards their own sound, so not much time was given to the demos afterwards. In 2007, SVARTTJERN parted ways with Skabb, and Terror came in on the bass, bringing fresh blood. The band was now ready to record a three track demo to finally show the sound they had been working on for so many years. “Demo 07” was sent out to labels and only printed in very few numbers for sale. SVARTTJERN signed to Schwarzdorn Production and released their debut album “Misanthropic Path of Madness” in 2009, which received great feedback and reviews from all over the world. The second full-length, "Towards the Ultimate", was released in 2011 via Agonia Records and took their extreme art to the next level. Between 2012 and 2013, SVARTTJERN mostly focused on playing live shows and chose to end their bond with Agonia Records. In 2014 the third album "Ultimatum Necrophilia" was released by NoiseArt Records and showed an even more brutal side. Later that year the band managed to get on tour with some of the most iconic bands within the scene, namely Behemoth, Cradle of Filth, Inquisition and In Solitude. Now, SVARTTJERN will wreak havoc again with their new record!

 

 

DODSSKRIK - LP

Band:SVARTTJERN
Album:DODSSKRIK - LP
Label:SOULSELLER
Format:Vinyl LP
Genre:Black Metal

VINYL VERSION ON 140 GRAMS BLACK VINYL LIMITED TO 300 COPIES WORLDWIDE!

SVARTTJERN was originally formed as a two-man-project in 2003 by HansFyrste and HaaN. The two brothers soon decided to bring up a full line-up in order to do some live shows, and to take the band on new levels. Later that same year Skabb, Grimdun and Fjellnord joined the duo, and SVARTTJERN started to work on their first demo recordings. Over the next years two demos were recorded, “Blasphemic War” and “Raped by Svarttjern”, but SVARTTJERN were still working towards their own sound, so not much time was given to the demos afterwards. In 2007, SVARTTJERN parted ways with Skabb, and Terror came in on the bass, bringing fresh blood. The band was now ready to record a three track demo to finally show the sound they had been working on for so many years. “Demo 07” was sent out to labels and only printed in very few numbers for sale. SVARTTJERN signed to Schwarzdorn Production and released their debut album “Misanthropic Path of Madness” in 2009, which received great feedback and reviews from all over the world. The second full-length, "Towards the Ultimate", was released in 2011 via Agonia Records and took their extreme art to the next level. Between 2012 and 2013, SVARTTJERN mostly focused on playing live shows and chose to end their bond with Agonia Records. In 2014 the third album "Ultimatum Necrophilia" was released by NoiseArt Records and showed an even more brutal side. Later that year the band managed to get on tour with some of the most iconic bands within the scene, namely Behemoth, Cradle of Filth, Inquisition and In Solitude. Now, SVARTTJERN will wreak havoc again with their new record!

 

 

PURPLE HILL WITCH - LP

Band:PURPLE HILL WITCH
Album:PURPLE HILL WITCH - LP
Label:THE CHURCH WITHIN
Format:Vinyl LP
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

Purple Hill Witch was summoned out of the norwegian countryside for about three years ago. The young trio (who's members are also to be found in Spectral Haze, Condor and Flight) are under heavy influence of bands such as Pentagram, Witchfinder General and Black Sabbath, complimented by the filthiness of old heavy- and thrash- metal bands from the 70's and 80's. After spending their first couple of years playing alongside many great bands in Oslo's shady basements, they crossed the norwegian border for the first time this november, as they hit the european roads together with the doom legends of Lord Vicar.

LIMITED EDITION VINYL PRESSING

 

 

NITRO JESUS - LP

Band:SEAMOUNT
Album:NITRO JESUS - LP
Label:THE ART CANNOT BE DAMAGED
Format:Vinyl LP
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

After 2012's "Earthmother" Seamount took a break from live appearances and for the first time slowed its writing process until they gathered up their ideas for this new 2015 release of their fifth studio recording “Nitro Jesus” that brings back the straight ahead vibe of Sacrifice and NTODRM, prioritizing a more hook oriented style that puts Seamounts adroitness for rhythm and melody to a prominent forefront, proudly stating the idea of traditional songwriting above all else.

LIMITED EDITION VINYL LP

 

 

BURNING VILLAGE

Band:MOUNTAIN WITCH
Album:BURNING VILLAGE
Label:THIS CHARMING MAN
Format:CD
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

"At the behest of our good friends over at This Charming Man Records, I’ve been sat on this for a while now, and being a long term diehard fan of the band, it fair to say it’s nearly killed me. I will however open with this – For those of you who have followed Mountain Witch over the years, you may be somewhat taken a back by trio’s most recent sound. It’s out with the traditional sombre doom-groove and in with something wholly more, well, retro. Fortunately the change to the band’s dynamic has been pretty gradual, with the introduction of a third member and the subsequent release of Cold River, the band laid the ground work for what they have progressed to today. So the exchange of fuzz to funk shouldn’t pose too much of a shock to the system. Fear not though, when I say that (often dreaded) four letter F word, they’ve not gone all stacked heels and slap bass. Don’t think Bootsy Collins, no, instead imagine if Grand Funk had one day picked up a Ouija board and got heavily into the works of Aleister Crowley and Vincent Price, then gone on to release We’re an American Doom Band… this is exactly how that would have sounded. Straight out of the gates Burning Village states it’s new and uncompromising intentions and opening with a subtle use of Hammer-House-esque samples they’ve managed to reaffirm that not all of the band’s doom heavy origins have been cast to the back burner. Not by a long shot. While the tone, song structure and production all feel like they’ve been pulled right out of the early 70′s the trio have managed to craft something that by the same token still feels heavily modern and unique. Not that the aforementioned is in anyway a band thing. Hell, I long for a return to those simpler, analogue days, and after the bitter disappointment that was Uncle Acid’s Night Creeper earlier in the year, it’s fantastic to hear an album that can actually conjure up all that retro feeling and essence while not feeling precocious or like the audible equivalent of watching paint dry. Sure, many of you’ve become akin to the slower and darker of the band’s first three outings may not be instantly won over or drawn to Burning Village, I urge you to give it a few listens. Once the initial shock of the change has settled in, you can, and no doubt will, see exactly what this album is – An absolute powerhouse of early 70′s inspired occult rock filled with more satisfying riff hungry eeriness than a Pentagram encore at a black mass under a full moon on October 31st." ~ Jay – Ride With The Devil

CD FORMAT.

 

 

BURNING VILLAGE - LP

Band:MOUNTAIN WITCH
Album:BURNING VILLAGE - LP
Label:THIS CHARMING MAN
Format:Vinyl LP
Genre:Stoner/Doom/Occult/Sludge Metal

"At the behest of our good friends over at This Charming Man Records, I’ve been sat on this for a while now, and being a long term diehard fan of the band, it fair to say it’s nearly killed me. I will however open with this – For those of you who have followed Mountain Witch over the years, you may be somewhat taken a back by trio’s most recent sound. It’s out with the traditional sombre doom-groove and in with something wholly more, well, retro. Fortunately the change to the band’s dynamic has been pretty gradual, with the introduction of a third member and the subsequent release of Cold River, the band laid the ground work for what they have progressed to today. So the exchange of fuzz to funk shouldn’t pose too much of a shock to the system. Fear not though, when I say that (often dreaded) four letter F word, they’ve not gone all stacked heels and slap bass. Don’t think Bootsy Collins, no, instead imagine if Grand Funk had one day picked up a Ouija board and got heavily into the works of Aleister Crowley and Vincent Price, then gone on to release We’re an American Doom Band… this is exactly how that would have sounded. Straight out of the gates Burning Village states it’s new and uncompromising intentions and opening with a subtle use of Hammer-House-esque samples they’ve managed to reaffirm that not all of the band’s doom heavy origins have been cast to the back burner. Not by a long shot. While the tone, song structure and production all feel like they’ve been pulled right out of the early 70′s the trio have managed to craft something that by the same token still feels heavily modern and unique. Not that the aforementioned is in anyway a band thing. Hell, I long for a return to those simpler, analogue days, and after the bitter disappointment that was Uncle Acid’s Night Creeper earlier in the year, it’s fantastic to hear an album that can actually conjure up all that retro feeling and essence while not feeling precocious or like the audible equivalent of watching paint dry. Sure, many of you’ve become akin to the slower and darker of the band’s first three outings may not be instantly won over or drawn to Burning Village, I urge you to give it a few listens. Once the initial shock of the change has settled in, you can, and no doubt will, see exactly what this album is – An absolute powerhouse of early 70′s inspired occult rock filled with more satisfying riff hungry eeriness than a Pentagram encore at a black mass under a full moon on October 31st. " ~ Jay – Ride With The Devil.

LTD LP FORMAT.

 

 

 

WHO CARES WHAT THE LASER SAYS

Band:WHITE WINE
Album:WHO CARES WHAT THE LASER SAYS
Label:THIS CHARMING MAN
Format:CD
Genre:Alt Rock

White Wine began as a solo project of Joe Haege (31knots, Tu Fawning, Menomena, Dodos). It was simply a place for his ideas that didn't fit his other bands. After writing and recording 2 albums ("Chromakey" on Polyvinyl Records and "In Every Way But 1" on Discolexique records) he made a plan to tour Europe as a way to visit friends. Not one for having a laptop as his bandmate, he asked his good friend, Fritz Brückner, who was the sound man for Tu Fawning and Menomena, to be his band for the tour. Without a computer they managed to put together a set that had each of them playing synths, guitars, drums, bass, samples…and sometimes all in 1 song. The tour went incredibly well by all accounts. Presented with the offer of a cheap apartment right next door to Fritz's, Joe found himself, only a few months later, at a crossroads that his words will explain best: "I was in my mid 30's, my entire adult life focussed on music/acting/art. No kids, no girlfriend. I was living in LA, the crown Jewel of American excess, success, failure and synthetic life. How could I not jump at the chance to put the romance of Europe into a more realistic view while creating more music?" Now a year and a half later they have built their own recording studio (Haunted Haus Studios) completed a new album, "Who Cares What The Laser Says?" (This Charming Man Records) and gained another member, Chistian "Kirmes" Kühr (Zentral Heizung Des Todes). Having now reverted to a conventional 3 piece lineup, they are doing anything but playing it safe. Brückner has finally integrated his skills as a classically trained bassoon player into the band, while Haege is once again putting his penchant for cheap theater antics to work with the new stage show, and the endless supply of ability and talent in Mr. Kühr has only begun to show itself in with intense drumming and guitar playing. For the immediate future White Wine will be touring in support of their soon-to-be released album and doing what they can to showcase the humanity in music: the madness, the fun, the sadness, the creepiness and the endless complications. CD.

 

 


 
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