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The Rockometer: Primitive and Deadly by Earth

Since Earth's resurrection in 2005, the Seattle doom and drone pioneers led by guitarist Dylan Carson have etched out a respected career out of one very long, and very deliberate note. Their brand of drone, or apocalyptic folk, established on 2005's Hex; Or Printing in the Infernal Method, and later perfected on 2008's The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull and the two volume Angels of Darkness,
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Jam Packed Tuesday feat. Suuns, Primal Scream, Disappears, Eluvium and Barn Owl

While I can't necessarily recommend the video -- There's more flash than a red carpet and enough pulsating black and white to make your eyes ...
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Play Me: “Painting on a Corpse” by Ensemble Pearl

Before hearing a note by Ensemble Pearl, the new collaboration by Sunn O)))'s Stephen O'Malley, Atsuo (Boris), Michio Kurihara (Ghost/Boris), ...
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The Rockometer: Angels of Darkness Demons of Light II by Earth

Earth Angels of Darkness Demons of Light II Southern Lord Crafted from the same sessions as 2011's Angels of Darkness Demons of Light I, and ...
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The Rockometer: Ascension by Jesu

Jesu Ascension Calo Verde As a general rule, I wouldn't recommend the creative path Justin K. Broadrick has chosen with his projects Jesu and ...
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The Rockometer: Past Life Martyred Saints by EMA

EMA Past Life Martyred Saints Soutterain Transmissions Like the best art chronicling unexpected and unwelcome, life-changing events, EMA's ...
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“Horizon” by Oneida

Brooklyn's Oneida are back with the preview single, "Horizon," and a new album, Absolute II, the third installment of their Thank Your Parents ...
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The Rockometer: No Witch by Cave Singers

The Cave Singers No Witch Jagjaguwar For Pretty Girls Make Graves founding member and bassist, Derek Fudesco, the transition from the scathing ...
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