psychedelic doom

Demon Head to release new studio album “Viscera” on January 29th 2021

On January 29th, 2021, Demon Head will release their new album, “Viscera”, via Metal Blade Records.

For a first preview of the record, watch the video for the new single, “The Triumphal Chariot of Antimony” (created by Justine Morrow aka lathe.of.heaven), below.

Pre-order “Viscera”, here, in the following formats:
• hardcover digisleeve-CD

Heave Blood & Die to release new studio album “Post People” on February 5th 2021

Norwegian experimentalists Heave Blood & Die are proud to announce their new record, “Post People”, to be released on February 5th, 2021, via Fysisk Format.

A searing anti-capitalist critique, laying waste to non-justified authority, “Post People” will be released on recycled vinyl.

Green Druid to release new studio album “At the Maw of Ruin” on December 4th 2020

From the label that brought you doom pioneers Sleep, welcome to the stage Green Druid. Brooding, atmospheric, isolationist. With weighty riffs summoning the Lovecraftian horrors of the cosmos, Green Druid’s music entrances listeners with tales of the Old Blood and of dismal worlds too soon forgotten.

HRH Psych to take place on April 17th & 18th 2021 at Arts Club in Liverpool

HRH Unveil Brand New 2-Day, 3-Stage Musical Trip Known as HRH Psych - A Truly Unique Event Which Will Make its debut on April 17 & 18, 2021, at the Iconic Liverpool Arts Club.

For those of you who love to dream – to experiment – and take a journey with an underground style of sound & vision – welcome to the very first HRH Psych. A truly unique 2-day, 3-arena trip which will make its debut at the iconic Liverpool Arts Club which has its very own weird history to complement the randomness of this new HRH adventure.

Earth Drive to release new studio album “Helix Nebula” on March 13th 2020

March 13th, 2020, will see Portuguese heavy psych rock unit, Earth Drive, release their sophomore, stellar album titled “Helix Nebula”, via Raging Planet.

The four-piece, who is characterized by a dense, melodic, visceral, cathartic and heavy sound, has created their most ritualistic and meditative record to date.

The Well

Hi there, well it’s been a few months since the release of your third album “Death and Consolation”. How’s the response so far?
 
Ian: It has been really good, and it is this one from the jump has sold more initially than the rest of them.

 
Which are those elements that separate “Death and Consolation” from your previous albums?