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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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A Jam Packed Tuesday with White Fence, Earth, Shabazz Palaces and Zola Jesus

  Ten years ago, Tim Pressley fronted the LA psychedelic rock band, Darker My Love, a rock band first, who favored shoegaze volume over ...
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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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From the Rocker’s Notebook: Earth, Public Enemy and Portishead Shine On the Final Night of All Tomorrow’s Parties

* Sunday began with the Browns game at Asbury Park's Wonder Bar with a group of a dozen or so Clevelanders.  We won't talk about the Browns.  ...
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Live Review: Earth @ The Grog Shop, Cleveland Heights, OH

This is Earth?  Where's the gear?  Where's the giant six stack of amps?  Where's the pedal array?  Where's the turbulent, gut-shaking ...
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The Rockometer: Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light by Earth

Earth Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light Southern Lord Once regarded as a showcase for guitarist Dylan Carson's overwhelmingly heavy guitar ...
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“Father Midnight” by Earth

Patient, ominous, heavy, evocative, totally f*ckin' rad -- All of the adjectives which have been used to describe the latter day output of ...
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For Your Reading Pleasure: Joe Hagan Looks Into the Calming Effects of Doom Metal

In an excellent article for NY Mag, writer Joe Hagan explores the inherent contradiction of the soothing power of really, really heavy music:Little ...
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