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"From Fields of Fire" by Argus

Band: Argus
Album: From Fields of Fire (2017)
Country: USA
Genre: doom metal, traditional heavy metal
Where to buy: Bandcamp

As From Fields of Fire… 588 more words

Review

KING OF RUST, the mixtape with the Heaviest and Slowest SLUDGE Music

KING OF RUST is the new entry in Guerino’s collection of mixtapes. This series of mixtapes explores the fascinating world of Sludge, a musical genre that here in this blog we appreciate a lot.  89 more words

Metal

Devil Electric - Devil Electric (Kozmik Artifactz - 2017)

———Devil Electric from Melbourne, Australia, is Pierina O’Brien (vocals), Christos Athanasias (guitar), Tom Hulse (bass) and Mark Van De Beek (drums).

———Fuzzy and doomed tunes, female vocals, … 120 more words

Music

CHRCH/Fister - Split (Review)

CHRCH and Fister are both US doom/sludge bands, and they have teamed up for this hefty split release.

CHRCH start us off. Prior to this they were an unknown entity here at Wonderbox Metal, which is definitely something to be rectified in light of this split. 446 more words

Metal

Doom: Ultra-Violent Shooty Boom Ratta Tatt Tatt on Switch

Doom! Doom on the PC remains one of the most celebrated games in history, a title which gave rise to a relentless army of FPSs. Whilst we’ve been critical of the genre, as so many developers lazily reel off titles to make cash, the very best truly are a treat to behold! 612 more words

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Theorycrafting - Does the RPG genre really need to exist?

When one interprets the term “RPG” they tend to associate it with Dungeons And Dragons. The problem is, this doesn’t tell us what an RPG actually is. 2,329 more words

Review: Electric Wizard 'Wizard Bloody Wizard'

Raw, rough and ready… the modern doom pioneers delve back to their roots

Release date: Out Now!

Perhaps bleedingly obvious from their stripped down album cover, is Electric Wizard’s return to classic doom and psychedelic rock with new release ‘Wizard Bloody Wizard’, evoking the good old days of groupies, casual satanic ritual and some bloody good blues fueled rock n roll. 581 more words

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