- Kaleidoscopes & Grimoires: Psych Noir
- Goatsnake – Black Age Blues (Southern Lord)
- Anticipated Albums 2015
- Ceremony – The L-Shaped Man (Matador)
- Thee Oh Sees – Mutilator Defeated At Last (Castle Face)
- Hard Rock Ascending
- Demon Eye – Tempora Infernalia (Soulseller)
- Arenna – Given To Emptiness (Nasoni)
- Roadrunner & Other Drivin’ Tunes
- Monolord – Vænir (RidingEasy)
- Early 2015 Post-Punk Rundown
- Ruby The Hatchet – Valley Of The Snake (Tee Pee)
- Torche – Restarter (Relapse)
- Rating System
- Best Albums Since 1965
- Best of the 00s
- Best of the 90s
- Best of the 20th Century
- Heavy Rock
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Category Archives: Reviews
I can’t believe it’s been over 10 years since I was mourning the breakup of Goatsnake. Time flies man, and now they’re back. In addition to creating one of the all-time classics of stoner doom, Flower Of Disease (2000), the band … Continue reading
When they formed in 2005, the Bay Area-based Ceremony were a hardcore punk band. After three albums, they did a 180 with Zoo (2012), which explored 80s-era British post-punk and even a bit of jangly indie rock and new wave. … Continue reading
Back in 1992-93, I used to love this band called Th’ Faith Healers. I felt like I could listen to their mix of Can/Neu! worshipping motorik rhythms and fuzzy garage psych forever. Sadly they broke up pretty quickly, and a … Continue reading
During the five year lapse between Colour Haze albums, Arenna emerged with their full-length debut at the perfect time with Beats Of Olarizu (2011). While it seemed they were simply hatched in perfection, with just the right fuzzy guitar tones, … Continue reading
I had a slow start in covering everything I wanted this year, due to being preoccupied with life shit. These post-punk albums didn’t get full reviews, but definitely deserve some attention before we move forward to more anticipated releases this … Continue reading
I got this from Bandcamp back in February, and has been a heavy presence on my 2015 playlist ever since. The actual CD came in the mail just yesterday and reminded me that I hadn’t properly written about it yet. … Continue reading