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Colin M.

  1. North Canton, Ohio
  2. Rock
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  1. Volume Rock
    by VALLEY OF THE SUN
    00:00/00:00
    I Breathe the Earth I Breathe the Earth
    Valley of the Sun return with an outrageously catchy collection of desert fuzz rock best enjoyed at max volume.
  2. Electric Talons of the Thunderhawk
    by VALLEY OF THE SUN
    00:00/00:00
    Maya Maya
    "Volume Rock" indeed. Oblige them and crank this up and let the blistering fuzz play loud 'n proud!
  3. Supreme Machine
    by Grand Delusion
    00:00/00:00
    Imperator Imperator
    A kickass blend of classic hard rock mixed with more modern doomy stoner sounds, with riffs aplenty and criminally catchy vocals. Speaking of which, just how damn catchy is "Imperator?"
  4. Remember The Story
    by Fireball Ministry
    Oh HELL YES. I have been a devotee of the Ministry since I first heard the first glorious notes of "King" way back, and I cannot stress enough how much I am looking forward to these long-awaited tunes!
  5. Sang-Dragon
    by Witchthroat Serpent
    00:00/00:00
    Behind green eyes Behind green eyes
    That guitar tone is wicked! Doom played on tuned chainsaws that is so damn good you can't help but hit repeat.
  6. Holy Lands
    by Sumeru
    00:00/00:00
    Balrogs Balrogs
    Absolutely vicious stoner metal with positively massive riffs and grooves for days. Think the Kyle Thomas-era Alabama Thunderpussy had an angry child with Down and you are on the right track.
  7. WAYFARER
    by Void Cruiser
    00:00/00:00
    Maailman Kallein Kaupunki Maailman Kallein Kaupunki
    Simply amazing. Spacey psychedelic stoner rock that's as good as it gets.
  8. Leave A Beautiful Corpse
    by HOT RAM
    00:00/00:00
    Pink Droid Pink Droid
    Catchy, southern-fried sludgy stoner rock to bang your head to. 'Nuff said.
  9. Croweater 2: The Last Wishes of Kings
    by Fall of an Empire
    00:00/00:00
    This Mountain This Mountain
    The Croweater saga is phenomenal, and Part 2 picks up right where the album of the year contender Part 1 left off.
  10. In the Early Hours
    by The Worship of Silence
    00:00/00:00
    (It's not better than the) Drugs (It's not better than the) Drugs
    I think one listen to "Into the Early Hours" and it is pretty darn obvious why you should buy it.
  11. Servants of the Salem Girl
    by The Necromancers
    00:00/00:00
    Salem Girl Part II Salem Girl Part II
    A hell of a debut from a very promising sinister heavy psych rock band. No weak tracks in the lot.
  12. Tell it to the Judge
    by The Judge
    00:00/00:00
    Empty Halls Empty Halls
    Although I am way too young to have any first hand experience with the underground rock scene in the 70s, I have a hard time imagining that The Judge wouldn't be one of its most exciting acts.
  13. Absolution
    by Khemmis
    00:00/00:00
    Serpentine Serpentine
    A debut that no doubt makes most bands turn green with envy, Khemmis came roaring onto the scene with a MASSIVE chunk of guitars-blazing doom.
  14. Demo
    by High Priestess
    00:00/00:00
    Earth Dive Earth Dive
    There are a litany of bands that would kill to put out final albums that are as polished as this demo. These women rock and they rock hard, with killer psych, plodding doom, and rockin' stoner grooves. I cannot wait to see what they come up with next!
  15. Dissociation Mechanics
    by WILD ROCKET
    00:00/00:00
    The Future Echoes The Future Echoes
    Progressive, fuzzed out interplanetary space rock. I really feel like I am hurtling through space each time I listen.
  16. Geomagnetic Hallucinations
    by WILD ROCKET
    00:00/00:00
    Interplanetary Vibrations Interplanetary Vibrations
    Heavy proggy space rock injected with a palpable punk energy. I love the almost chiptunes-y synths as well. It will definitely be one of my go-to albums when I get that warp drive fixed.
  17. Full Moon in Scorpio
    by THE WIZARDS
    00:00/00:00
    When we were gods When we were gods
    Blistering retro-styled hard rock/heavy (proto-) metal in the vein of Deep Purple, Danzig, etc. Absolutely rocks, and as has been mentioned previously the production is choice.
  18. Astral: Death / Birth
    by Dö
    00:00/00:00
    Astral Death Astral Death
    As soon as Astral Death really kicks in, I was hopelessly hooked on this vicious space doom. It's too heavy to be contained to one planet.
  19. Tuho
    by Dö
    00:00/00:00
    Forsaken Be Thy Name Forsaken Be Thy Name
    A full blown aural assault. This space-sludge and wicked doom comes out blazing and leaves you battered and drifting through the cosmos. Epic!
  20. Horn Tusk Antler
    by Six Dead Horses
    00:00/00:00
    Brutalitarian Brutalitarian
    Prepare to be trampled by a horde of angry vikings mounted upon mammoths. The devastating riffs, roaring vocals and thunderous rhythm section will pummel eardrums and brain alike.
  21. Fraught With Peril
    by Khemmis/Spirit Adrift
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    Khemmis - A Conversation with Death Khemmis - A Conversation with Death
    I am a sucker for good covers, and Khemmis and Spirit Adrift deliver that in spades on this sadly too-short foray into classic Appalachian folk. Highly recommended!
  22. Burn Your Dead
    by Year of the Cobra
  23. Switchblade Jesus
    by Switchblade Jesus
    00:00/00:00
    Copperhead Copperhead
    I think Bucky summed it up best: a ludicrously over-the-top classic metal/hard rock album that doesn't do anything other than show you a damn good time. No frills, just rock!
  24. The Vast Electric Dark
    by Witchskull
    00:00/00:00
    Harvest the Druid Harvest the Druid
    A crunchy, kickass homage to the Pentagrams and Obsesseds of the world. Doom riffs for days injected with a healthy dose of bluesy swagger.
  25. Prologue
    by Poseidon
    00:00/00:00
    Omega Omega
    Crushing doom flecked with progressive and psychedelic passages, in the vein of Yob. Perfect for navigating the bathymetry of even the deepest abyss.
  26. Cold Hand Live EP
    by Salem's Bend
    00:00/00:00
    Winter Sunn Winter Sunn
    Love the raw live energy. Pretty kickass little EP.
  27. Second Coming of Heavy: Chapter Six
    by Kayleth/Favequaid
    00:00/00:00
    Favequaid - Everytime Favequaid - Everytime
    These Second Coming splits are awesome, and this offering of some of the finest Italian fuzz around keeps the blazing hot streak alive. I hope to be hearing much more in the future from both of these bands.
  28. Viper Vixen Goddess Saint
    by Fire Down Below
    00:00/00:00
    The Mammoth The Mammoth
    A more modern take on good old fashion Kyuss-style desert rock. 11:00 epic "The Mammoth" is an absolute beast, if you pardon the poor pun.
  29. PLANETARY SPACE CHILD
    by RUBY THE HATCHET
    00:00/00:00
    Planetary Space Child (Single Version) Planetary Space Child (Single Version)
  30. Groove is Black
    by Half Gramme Of Soma
    00:00/00:00
    No Man's God No Man's God
    Glorious spacey hard/stoner rock. Imagine a more aggressive 1000mods in Space and you've got the right idea. It rocks.
  31. CRACKS AND LINES
    by EGYPT
    00:00/00:00
    What Lights This Ocean What Lights This Ocean
    Hoo boy. Egypt come out swinging with another gritty slab of bluesy stoner doom in what may be their best, most complete offering to date.
  32. Maneuvers
    by Sasquatch
    00:00/00:00
    Window Pain Window Pain
    Sasquatch have never let us down before and with this meaty chunk of fuzz they keep the rockin' trend alive.
  33. I, Necromancer
    by Atragon
    00:00/00:00
    Monastery of Silence Monastery of Silence
    This hooked me from the first blazing riff and kept me riveted until the last glorious doomy note. "I, Necromancer" is a relatively mid-tempo clinic on how to make doom awesome.
  34. Relic
    by Forming the Void
    00:00/00:00
    Plumes Plumes
    Hot damn. This is transcendent. For those that love spacey, sludgy, stoner rock/metal injected with some progressive psychedelia (who doesn't?). And fuck, that Zepplin cover is phenomenal.
  35. MENTION
    by AWA
    00:00/00:00
    pt. 3 pt. 3
    A wonderfully bizarre amalgamation of a blackened dark jazz, heavy fuzzy doom and some progressive psychedelia. You've likely not heard anything quite like this!
  36. Turn To Gold
    by Diarrhea Planet
    00:00/00:00
    Hot Topic Hot Topic
    DP are back with another collection of rippin' rock 'n roll with big poppy hooks, raucous punk energy, and an absurd(ly awesome) amount of guitars. A+
  37. Lunochod EP
    by Fuzz Aldrin
    00:00/00:00
    Луноход 2 Луноход 2
    Their previous effort, the "Stargazer" EP was a (albeit too short) clinic on how instrumental spacey psych rock should be done... Fuzz Aldrin continue that trend here with another kickass offering.
  38. 2600 AD: And Other Astonishing Tales
    by Mississippi Bones
    00:00/00:00
    The Eulogy of Captain Sam Quint The Eulogy of Captain Sam Quint
    Slept on this way too long. Mississippi Bones return with another fun, awesome collect of southern-style rock and roll with some of the most entertaining lyrics around.
  39. Fat Bottom Girls & Midnight Rider
    by Mississippi Bones
    00:00/00:00
    Fat Bottomed Girls Fat Bottomed Girls
    'Bones put their signature hard rockin' sound on two classics. Too tough to choose between them so I won't.
  40. Metazoa
    by Cormorant
    00:00/00:00
    Hole in the Sea Hole in the Sea
  41. ROAD ANTICS
    by Her Name Was Fire
    00:00/00:00
    Way To Control Way To Control
    An absolutely righteous Black Keys-meets-QOTSA slab of bluesy rock and roll. This duo absolutely brings it!
  42. Olde One Ascending
    by Vokonis
    00:00/00:00
    The Serpent's Alive The Serpent's Alive
    This album is an example of doomy stoner metal done wonderfully, crushingly right. Vokonis rock.
  43. Let It Burn
    by REZN
    00:00/00:00
    Wake Wake
    Trippy, heavily fuzzed psychedelic doom. 'Nuff said.
  44. The Sunken Djinn
    by Vokonis
    00:00/00:00
    Architect of Despair Architect of Despair
    Vokonis return with another riveting slab of masterful stoner metal.
  45. Beneath
    by Merchant
    00:00/00:00
    Guile as a Vice Guile as a Vice
    This crushing two-track EP continues the doom-sludge aural assault started on their amazing debut LP.