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C’Mon Get Heavy with Palms and Deafheaven

When the formation of Palms was first announced and this new project was to include three members of the most influential LA via Boston band, Isis, ...
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The Rockometer: Celestial Lineage by Wolves in the Throne Room

Wolves in the Throne Room Celestial Lineage Southern Lord Similar in scope to Sunn O)))'s masterpiece, Monoliths and Dimensions, and even ...
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The Rockometer: The Hunter by Mastodon

Mastodon The Hunter Reprise Attention headbangers and metal enthusiasts:  Before you get all chaffed because Mastodon went ahead and threw a ...
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Top Jam: “Speak in Tongues” by Megachurch

Poor Harold Camping.  Twice he tried to warn us sinners about our day of reckoning and twice the day of the Apocalypse came and went and we ...
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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: Aesthethica by Liturgy

Liturgy Aesthethica Thrill Jockey Liturgy aren't a black metal act, but they do play one on stage and in the studio.  The Brooklyn-based band ...
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“Riot Sugar” by Boris

During their long career, the Japanese heavy band, Boris, have taken on doom, drone, metal, blues, and psych and rocked them all.  For their ...
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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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The Rockometer: Wilderness Heart by Black Mountain

Black Mountain Wilderness Heart Jagjaguwar For a band like Vancouver, longhaired throwback rockers, Black Mountain, there was really no where ...
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Moving Pictures: “Black Rain” by Soundgarden

Better than a new Soundgarden song, "Black Rain," is an outtake from the Seattle band's Badmotorfinger sessions set to be included on the ...
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