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SabbathJeff

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  1. Seventies Tapes
    by Angel Witch
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Baphomet (Demo) Baphomet (Demo)
    They think I paid them for this righteous cause, but in donating, they gifted me with righteous raw demos. Thank you for doing this. I don't really care for/need D/Ls, but how could I not? I hope this helps a little. Thank you again, gents of Angel Witch.
  2. The Sorrowful Sun
    by Ice Dragon
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Sunrise Sunrise
    As the past reaches forward, the present reaches back to greet it. Saw MOUNTAIN (?!!?!?!!?) at KFN (best in Philly) on 6.3.17; felt I'd time traveled. Ice Dragon give me the same feeling, but from the opposite end of the time frame. This album is righteous as all get out. Favorite track? The album.

    Received. Spun. Loved. Thank You!
  3. Breaking Ground
    by CONCLAVE
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Footprints In Blood Footprints In Blood
    Jerry and Terry making the heavy
    Slinging tones weighed by sludge
    Warhorse and Grief broke the levee
    Doomed forever I refuse to budge

    Ob la di ob la da the riff goes on bra
    La la how the riff goes on...

    I should have grabbed this a long time ago. Better doomed than never.

    Below (read: above) & Beyond package! I missed Jerry's vokills so much... Received. Spun. Loved. Thank you!
  4. The Clarity
    by Sleep
    00:00/00:00
    The Clarity The Clarity
    For fighting the fascism this first Friday of February. My love of fuzz overcomes the fear of the unknown. Fuck going backward. No regrets. Change is the only constant.

    Thank you bandcamp, Southern Lord, and Sleep.

    Music is the way through. We shall overcome.

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  5. Heartless
    by PALLBEARER
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    I Saw The End I Saw The End
    For fighting the fascism this first Friday of February. My love of fuzz overcomes the fear of the unknown. Fuck going backward. No regrets. Change is the only constant.

    Thank you bandcamp, Profound Lore, and Pallbearer.

    Music is the way through. We shall overcome.

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  6. In Tensions
    by Lo-Pan
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Go West Go West
    YAY! New Lo-Pan! It's like if Journey played the heavy. What's not to like? Jeff's voice is really out front...as it should be. This takes their sound to the next level. Now of course I impatiently await the next full length, because these 5, gorgeous tunes are not enough. MORE PLEASE!
    My live reviews are on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Received. Spun. Loved.
    Thank you!
  7. Starchild (bonus track for digital version)
    by Starchild
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Futurist The Futurist
    I quite miss my 12th records copy, but the 2010 purge was my choice and mine alone. Awesome to see Twin Earth Records and to support their roster. I've got to get those Stars That Move records. I always loved this record, it's very tonally heavy and sort of...pure sounding. 1st 3 Sabbath records as main reference. So glad to finally get this back in my collection!

    Received. Spun. Still loved.

    Thank you!
  8. Live Vol. 2 (Deluxe Edition)
    by Saint Vitus
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    War is our Destiny War is our Destiny
    Got the Marbles vinyl when it was released but can't figure (yet) how to mount a no-skip record player in my car. Luckily, this gives me that CD, plus a great 2013 show, for my driving needs. Saw Vitus 4 times, '11, 2x '12, and '13; Henry keeps getting tighter with them. Thanks to SV and season of mist. Born Too Late? Me too! I was 16 when I bought born too late, 1999ish. Haven't been the same since. My live reviews are on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Received. Spun. Loved. Thank You!
  9. VALLEY OF THE SNAKE
    by RUBY THE HATCHET
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Heavy Blanket Heavy Blanket
    I like this occult rock resurgence, and Ruby The Hatchet brings their own thing to the altar/table. Sultry vocals, psych/doom riffs, atmospheres abound! Quality record I should have nabbed ten months ago.

    I don't know what 2016 has in store, but I'm grateful I'm here for it, and awaiting all the new records, impatiently of course.

    Received. Spun. Loved.

    Thank you!
  10. Shadows
    by Valkyrie
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Mountain Stomp Mountain Stomp
    Valkyrie?! AWESOME! Dug these guys since that s/t ten years ago, then the sophomore, and I've that split with Earthling somewhere around here too. Then nothing? Welcome back, Valkyrie! This new cover art is straight gorgeous. I can't wait to get my CD!!! Great signing, Relapse! Received. Spun. Loved.
  11. Blessed Black Wings
    by High on Fire
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Devilution Devilution
    Fresh copy of an old favorite. Best thing Motorhead never released, period. When it comes to my headbanging needs, no one understands me like Matt, Des, and (bassist). Each era has its charms, but I continually am awed by the 1st 3 relentless records. They're all devastating, though. Insert disc to safely let the rage out. My favorite band for the last 15 years. Give with pain, all thy hearing! My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff . Thanks for reading!
  12. Metamodern Sounds In Country Music
    by Sturgill Simpson
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Turtles All The Way Down Turtles All The Way Down
    Wow! This is my first country purchase, ever, and man, what a way to start. This is cosmic, folksy country that warms my bones in this bitter winter. Thank you Sturgill, you've opened my ears to a new genre of music I had completely glossed over. Hope to see a Philly show sometime!

    Received. Spun. Loved.

    2.12.17- From nowhere in Nashville to bandcamp standout to SNL guest to Grammy winner in 3 years.

    Congrats/WTF/AWESOME
  13. Restarter
    by Torche
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Minions Minions
    Thus completes my Torcollection.

    The doompop is strong with this one...I cannot wait to spin this on my stereo. Congrats guys on the Relapse signing! Hope to catch you live in the new year, I'm due for another fix...

    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff

    Thanks for reading!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  14. God Luck and Good Speed
    by Weedeater
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    God Luck and Good Speed God Luck and Good Speed
    Weed Metal. Kick Ass, Battering.

    I've been hunting this down for years.

    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  15. Live Ballroom Ritual
    by Goat
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Let it Bleed Let it Bleed
    Superb live documentation of the Goat ritual; a softer, more ethereal side of the band was captured than the fiery, move your flesh gig in Philly I witnessed. Jammed out, hypnotic and still somehow poppy voodoo dance love rock music. Makes me really want more from this collective, knowing that they have more than 1 side to record puts a smiles on my face. Nothing against AC/DC or Motorhead, mind you.

    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  16. The Bad Lands to Cross
    by T.G. Olson
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Needless Needless
    A lot of love and care goes into each of T.G.'s handmade albums, and I just had to throw this on the pile because the Woody Guthrie package was so lovely that I couldn't wait for another like it. As an artist myself, not musically mind you, I appreciate the effort that went into making the albums I already have, and those I await arrival of both. Lovely, Americana stoner doom folk that I can't resist. Protest songs indeed! This is a beautiful platter.

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  17. The Rough Embrace
    by T.G. Olson
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Fool's Gold Miner Fool's Gold Miner
    Mmm...gritty. Thanks again Tanner! Can't wait to see/hear the vinyl!

    Gorgeous, handmade record. This sounds amazing. Hellbender is really good too! Thank you!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  18. Khun Narin's Electric Phin Band
    by Khun Narin
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Lam Phu Thai Lam Phu Thai
    Thanks to Kojak, head head of headmedicine.blogspot.com, for pointing me to this. It's organic psych, sounding fresh and ancient at once. It's not moving into space, but around a circle, to arrive calmly back at where one began. This is my first album of music from the country of Thailand, and I am elated to begin here, and to further my knowledge of electric sounds evermore. Where will you take me next, what else have I been missing, dear bandcamp, dear bandcamp...

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  19. Weed Is Weed
    by Weed is Weed
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Weed Is Weed Weed Is Weed
    Hang on, Pentagram, Earthride, & Spirit Caravan members?








    Ok.


    Received. Spun. Loved.
  20. Wilt
    by The Cosmic Hollow
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Majik Majik
    Psych from down under. It touches, borders on hard rock, but never quite riffs out. Mellow mid-60's psych sounding band, 66 ish, that put a smile on my face. Recommended to me by Paul Rote. Thanks Paul!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  21. Colossus
    by Lo-Pan
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Regulus Regulus
    Marked improvement from Salvador, a record I love. This is big, burly beard rock mixed with hefty 70's muscle. These guys are sweethearts and as an opener for Torche and High On Fire, they certainly hold their own. With this record, they move to headlining status. This a flawless hard rock attempt that has just begun to sink it's catchy, fuzzy teeth into me. Thank you to Smallstone records and Lo-Pan! My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Received. Spun. Loved.
  22. Primitive And Deadly
    by Earth
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    From The Zodiacal Light From The Zodiacal Light
    I need more Earth in my life. Had to try this new one, so glad I did. The riffs, the vocals. It's all back and it's all so beautiful. Miles wide riffs made of desert sand, dripping down into the hourglass for 48 minutes of nirvana. This is drone.

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  23. Unholy Communion
    by Heavy Temple
    00:00/00:00
    Unholy Communion Unholy Communion
    Caught in Philly Dec. '13 as a two piece opening for Dax Riggs. Nighthawk's vocals shone through, above the bass and drum engine, weaving fantasy and righteousness upon us. I don't know what the old drummer was like, but after seeing the new guy, I'd say take the new guy. I'll have to see a gig again to find out I suppose, oh woe is me..

    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff

    Thanks for reading!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  24. Foundations Of Burden
    by PALLBEARER
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    The Ghost I Used To Be The Ghost I Used To Be
    In love with this band since May '12 when I saw them at Vitus bar & grabbed the debut. It then spun into my consciousness, & is my #1 of '12. They tapped into something that I had never heard before, and so this new one is eagerly anticipated.
    I cannot in all good conscience label this doom metal anymore. It sounds more like hope metal. Is that a thing? It is since Pallbearer!
    Received. Spun. Loved.
    My live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff Thanks for reading!
  25. World Music
    by Goat
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Run To Your Mama Run To Your Mama
    Number 3 of 2012 behind Pallbearer and OM for me.

    This is infectious, genre-defying voodoo music. I hear afro-funk, disco, pop, rock, jam, it's all here. What a strange, alive record this turned out to be. Philly show last month blew me away; boy you better run to your Goat, now!

    Received. Spun. Loved.

    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Thanks for reading!
  26. El Nuevo Orden De La Libertad
    by Los Natas
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Las Campanadas Las Campanadas
    Sort of like the Argentinian Fu Manchu for me, stoner/psych/punk/skate rock that you don't need changing. I lost all their records years ago, but I'm starting at the last and working my way back now, I have missed them much. Check out Ararat too, that's good stuff. Los Natas had a great run, and I'm definitely miffed they never came up my way. That fuzzy spicy sound is uniquely south american, and Los Natas had it down pat! Salud, Los Natas!

    Received fast as always. Spun. Loved.
    appears in 1 other collection
  27. Let Me In
    by Poobah
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Mr. Destroyer Mr. Destroyer
    Proto-Metal? 1972? Ripple Music? Bandcamp? Jim? Phil?Glenn? You bet your ass.

    This is fine gritty, bluesy hard rock. It is absolutely infested with drum fills. A thicker bass tone than that old Granicus record when you need that hard rock itch scratched is right up front, and great vocals too. This is an old favorite Thanks Ripple Music!

    Received. Spun. Still loved.
  28. Volume One
    by Perhaps
    00:00/00:00
    Volume One Volume One
    5.27.14 Philly w/ AMT! DUDES! THANK YOU! You guys blew my mind. I await a CD release and start with your tape cassette. Thank you for coming into my life, your sound is quite unique and I'm going to continue checking your stuff out from here on out. Peace, brothers.

    I think I lost out on this. Bummer! Must be quicker next time.

    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Thanks for reading!
  29. Forest of Lost Children
    by Kikagaku Moyo
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Smoke and Mirrors Smoke and Mirrors
    This is incredible. Beautiful, light, cosmic psych that takes you out on a smooth journey through the universe. It's organic, ethereal, and altogether calming. Acid Mothers Temple are to Into The Void as Kikagaku Moyo are to Planet Caravan. Not in the red, more in the yellow. Golden rays of light to travel serenely, Thank you! I hear blues and blind faith as well, very peaceful vibes here.

    Thanks to Kojak for the recommendation on this! Cheers brother!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  30. Endless
    by Mount Salem
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Lucid Lucid
    As they say, better late than never. I've dug on streaming this for sometime now, and now I can listen properly to these ancient doomed witch chants...thanks Mount Salem!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  31. Barbarian Kings b/w Black Tuna Gang
    by Morgan Delt
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Barbarian Kings Barbarian Kings
    Thanks again Mr. Delt! Nabbed this for the b-side, because your wonderful music brings out the completist in me.

    So when's this show hit the road? I need a Philly date like nobody's business, man.

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  32. Oblation
    by Floor
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Oblation Oblation
    Somewhere in my top 25 essentials this year, this album sits. Steve, thank you man. Caught Torche opening for COC in NY and later headlining in PA over lo Pan. The gig with lo Pan was particularly ace. Philly? August or later? I'm there. I'd love to notch Floor off of my must see list. I've dug Torche since the S/T, 2005ish it came into my life. Floor, Torche? I am down.

    This is how to make pop/rock.

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  33. Get Low
    by Michael Rudolph Cummings
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Ranch Song Ranch Song
    Thanks for that gig with Dax @ KFN, the lady friend and myself really grooved on your set. I waited patiently for this and now I can give my lady friend what she asked for: more acoustic music!

    Back when reviewing your show, I pondered on upright basses and banjos and violins and fan brushes on your record, and now here it is, all nice and shiny!
    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Thanks for reading!
    Thanks Mike! Received. Spun. Loved.
  34. Through The Dark Matter
    by The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Through The Dark Matter Through The Dark Matter
    Thank you again! I bought this for Spoonful, I'm staying with it for the sonic ecstasy.

    The guitar sounds like stars birthing, the bass the hum of the universe itself, and the organic drums remind me that humans actually made this thing.

    Wonderful EP, thank you so much UEMG! Can't wait to try more!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  35. "SNAKE WAND" 7"
    by Mountain Witch
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Snake Wand (Vocal Version) Snake Wand (Vocal Version)
    Great track, can't wait to hear them try the purple cover on vinyl...thanks much Mountain Witch!
  36. The Sea King
    by Husky
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Flagship Flagship
    Another copy replaced from the great purge. Thanks Husky! Solid instrumental groove rock that helps me relax and unwind. Sometimes, I really need that.

    Received. Spun. Still loved.
  37. Morgan Delt
    by Morgan Delt
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Barbarian Kings Barbarian Kings
    Already nabbed the CD from the label, now I nab the vinyl for proper listening. I can't wait to hear the panning on this shuttling back and forth between speakers that have ten feet between them. This is my top album of 2014. Sorry, everything else. Perfect sideways psych/pop that I cannot stop spinning. Thanks for the patch too; looks great on the ol' vest! :)

    Received. Spun. Loved even more on vinyl.
  38. Tales of Blood & Fire
    by UZALA
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Burned Burned
    Your vocals are intoxicating! The doomed rumblings underneath are just bonus stuffs. The higher notes are chilling. & thanks for the patch too!

    What a year 2013 was. I'm still playing catch up and already off the top of my head there's 2 dozen essential releases for the 2014 year...

    Here's to another stellar release from last year we all need, & to all the new goodness in the new year, I await you...

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  39. C.O.D.
    by Saint Vitus
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Children of Doom Children of Doom
    Not only can I hear it with bonus tracks, but I get to support the band through their label.
    Now come on guys, I've only seen you 4 times. When do I enter the 5 timers club?!
    Your van man Clyde/best
    drummer ever couple years back when you played your song vitus in vitus & the universe imploded has a funny story about he & I that night, but I'll let him tell it. Received. Spun. Still loved. My live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff Thanks for reading!
  40. Defender, Redeemist
    by Behold! The Monolith
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Guardian's Procession Guardian's Procession
    Hear the Behold! The Monolith.
    Bred for my ears.

    Second and last of a great band that took High On Fire's sophomore album and ran with it.

    Very sorry for your loss; never did get to see you live, but this will have to do. Still spin that s/t too, 5 years on. Killer albums. Thank you. This is a really great, more intricate and fleshed out sophomore than usual. Get this.

    Recieved. Spun. Loved.
  41. Born a Heavy Morning
    by Ice Dragon
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Wakin' Up Wakin' Up
    Lovely later summer warmth, I attend to slightly late, so as to seek said warmth during these bitter northeast winters. Warm tones...deserts...beaches...yes, almost there...

    Good stuff. Thanks!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  42. Bezoar EP
    by Bezoar
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Vitamin B Vitamin B
    Had to have these slightly altered versions on vinyl. Two great tracks of music that is complex but not challenging, and heavy but not dark. I really dig this band; caught them last year at Vitus bar. Thanks for the really interesting music! I love repeating listens to hear something new every time. You master this. Please come to Philly! I can has follow-up release? Thanks!!! Received. Spun. Loved.
    My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
    Thanks for reading!
  43. Toner Low
    by Toner Low
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Devilbot Devilbot
    Replaced copy lost to a purge.
    This sat well with me years ago, and I've a love for that tone that's sorta right inbetween Holy Mountain & Dopesmoker. Super buzzed out head riffs that aid your chair melt. Mega zonked stuff, people. I didn't get to support the band the first time around as I had found the album at a shop used many years back, but now I am supporting them and finally can show my deep appreciation of your riffs. Thank you for the patch too!

    Received. Spun. Still loved.
  44. The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic
    by The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Rockets Aren't Cheap Enough Rockets Aren't Cheap Enough
    Sci-fi boogie outer space funky heavy rock sexy cosmic syrupy love music connected by strands of electric stardust. You'd've thought it was 1973 up in here. Honestly the first track alone is enough to make this a worthwhile purchase thanks to Ed and the gang and bandcamp, as always. I use these love albums for their intended purpose and having a diverse collection keeps my lady friend satisfied, and isn't that what it's all about? Feel the love with UEMG!

    Received. Spun. Loved.
  45. Agadez
    by Bombino
    featured track 00:00/00:00
    Tar Hani (My Love) Tar Hani (My Love)
    This is a whole other type of desert rock! Normally I dig big burly riffs, but Bombino's music is so univesal, calming- it's wonderful. I am honored to support this desert rock nomad and hope to catch a show in the northeast one of these days very much. This is my top record for 2011. Outstandingly soulful music that soothes the world. Listen, and hear.

    Received. Spun. Loved.