This is Gravitoid’s music collection on Bandcamp.


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  1. Lödarödböl
    by Greenbeard
    Battleweed (teaser) Battleweed (teaser)
    I do love this record and I will post the link here on day of release!
  2. The Hound
    by Monte Luna
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    The Hound (Ritual) The Hound (Ritual)
    I'm going to see these guys on 6/2 so this is an awesome prelude of live doom!
  3. Chronoscope
    by Monte Luna
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    Sulaco Sulaco
  4. Laid back (frontside Rock n Roll)
    by Tia Carrera
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  5. Cosmic Priestess
    by Tia Carrera
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    Slave Cylinder Slave Cylinder
    I just saw these guys last night and, Damn! How could I not buy the album after such a musical hammering! I cannot say enough, if you like Hendrix inspired jam sessions that transport in and out of Valhalla, Hell, and reality all in the same song- this one's for you!!!
  6. ISM Demo
    by White Dwarf
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    Woodstock on the Moon Woodstock on the Moon
  7. Ride Of The Hoof
    by Sergeant Thunderhoof
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    Goat Mushroom Goat Mushroom
    I'm a little late to the party on this one, but damn! Great heavy, fuzzy, spacey sound- I like the Thunder Hoof!
  8. Archimedes Waffen
    by Dunst
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    Agathe & Saturnia Agathe & Saturnia
  9. Dunst
    by Dunst
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    An alle im All An alle im All
  10. You People Never Learn...
    by Sonic Mass
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    Tears of Galactus Tears of Galactus
    Just plain talented and heavy ta boot! Technical doom/fuzz reminiscent of The Sword's first couple of albums but definitely a sound of their own. Good stuff!