fuzz-rock

Bloody Hammers release dark official video for new single “From Beyond the Grave”

The Transylvania County based duo Bloody Hammers release the second official video from their upcoming album “The Summoning”.

“From Beyond the Grave” transports the dark and sinister feeling that only Bloody Hammers can summon in 2019. The wonderfully creepy horror mix of 80s hard rock, gothic, doom and epic metal riffs is wonderfully illustrated in the new video with a silent film era twist. The video was once more produced by the band itself in the Bloody Hammers Film Studios.

Thermate premiere brand new single “Godspeed”

Finland, usually home of the darkest arts in metal and, Thermate. The heavy fuzz and stoner rockers are set to release their hotly anticipated debut album, “Redshift City”, on May 10th, 2019, via Argonauta Records.

“Redshift City” is featuring 6 tracks full of blistering and distorted 70’s heavy metal-sounds refined with the glory of classic 90’s stoner rock. Only a few days left until its official album release, Thermate are now sharing with us a second single to the track “Godspeed”!

Bloody Hammers release official video for first single “Now the Screaming Starts”

Inspired by the 1973 horror flick “Now the Screaming Starts” the Transylvania County based duo Bloody Hammers release the first official video of their upcoming album “The Summoning”.

The video transports the sinister and dark feeling that Bloody Hammers create as no other band in 2019.

Anders Manga on the video and the song:

Pinkish Black to release new studio album “Concept Unification” on June 14th 2019

Texas experimental duo Pinkish Black will release their fourth full-length, “Concept Unification”, on June 14th, 2019, via Relapse Records.  
 
Listen to first single, the slow-burning “Until”, below.
 
“Concept Unification” is the band’s most adventurous record to date. Each of its six tracks explore the innermost depths of forward-thinking doom rock, as psychedelic undertones collide with dark, crushing heaviness.

Wolf Prayer to release debut full-length album “Echoes of the Second Sun” on July 5th 2019

German-based fuzz-driven power rock trio Wolf Prayer have inked a worldwide deal with Barhill Records, who will release the band’s first full length album this summer, on July 5th, 2019!

Since their formation in 2015 and the release of their self- titled EP, “Wolf Prayer” create a variation of dry-to-the-bone-riffing and atmospheric sounds taking you on a wild ride of fuzzy guitars, characteristic and versatile vocals, strong hypnotic bass lines and hard drum beats that wake you up and take you straight to another heavy trip.

Atala to release new studio album “The Bearer of Light” on May 21st 2019

West Coast desert doom trio Atala will release their “The Bearer of Light” full-length via Salt Of The Earth Records on May 21st, 2019.
 
Returning to their DIY ethos, the seven-track desert voyage was captured and self-produced in just five days at Gatos Trail in Joshua Tree with engineer Jeff Thomas. “It’s a true roller coaster of emotions: sad, angry, confused, lost... but, you can’t help but feel hope as you follow the journey”, notes founding guitarist Kyle Stratton.

Dead Witches

So, to kick off with, where did the bad name DeadWitches come from?
 
Mark: I’ve always been interested in dead things! I’ve always been fascinated by death, and afraid of death. So, I like the word dead! I was trying to decide what word would go well with it. And obviously I’m big fan of Halloween and Witches. It just came to me, and I thought it sounded cool. And checked there were no other bands with the name of course!
 
 

Veuve to release new studio album “Fathom” on May 31st 2019

Italian power stoner rockers Veuve are messing around since 2014, following up on a self-produced debut EP and their 2016 full-lenght album, “Yard”, the band takes on a new step and will release their hotly anticipated, sophomore album, “Fathom”, on May 31st, 2019, via Argonauta Records!

“Fathom” will once again worship Veuve’s refreshing mix of fuzzy seventies-fashioned riffs in the likes of mother Sabbath, father Kyuss and the big brother Hawkind, infinite kraut-rock drifts into modern post-metal trails.