Posts by Rebecca


Greyline – Behind the Masquerade

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Published on: June 13, 2011

Well.. let me start off by saying “Wow.” Having never heard Greyline before, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. But their latest release, Behind the Masquerade (2010) was really a pleasant surprise, considering I don’t find myself impressed by new music all that often. From the very beginning of [...]


Sourvein – Black Fangs

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Published on: May 22, 2011

This weekend, we’re bringing you more metal of the doom/sludge variety from the southeastern United States, in the guise of Sourvein and their latest album Black Fangs. Formed in North Carolina, these guys have been around for quite some time now– since 1993– and that really isn’t much of a [...]


Weekend Nachos – Worthless

Do you remember being an angry teenager? (No, not angsty.. flat-out angry.) Do you remember going to shows on school nights, knowing that you’d have hell to pay come 6 AM the next morning, but not really caring? Do you remember the adrenaline surge you got from being sucked into [...]

Black Tusk-Passage Through Purgatory

Black Tusk – Passage Through Purgatory

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Published on: May 13, 2011

From the wreckage of failed punk bands, the southeastern USofA brings us yet another powerhouse in the sludge/stoner/doom metal category– Black Tusk and their sophomore release Passage Through Purgatory. If it seems like I compare bands to Baroness and Kylesa a lot.. well, it’s because I really enjoy those bands [...]


Electric Wizard – Black Masses

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Published on: May 3, 2011

Ok, so maybe I lied a little with my last post, about the whole Southeastern United States-doom/stoner/sludge metal connection. Ok, so maybe not an outright lie, but an error of omission. Of course, that was before I’d ever even heard of Electric Wizard, stoner metal legends of the UK. Formed [...]

Zoroaster - Matador

Zoroaster – Matador

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Published on: April 18, 2011

They call it the Dirty South for a reason– with bands such as Baroness and Kylesa (both out of Savannah, GA), Torche (Miami, FL), Floor (Central FL), and Mastodon (Atlanta, GA) all producing their own variations of what’s known as “sludge metal,” the Southeastern United States has become a hotbed [...]

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