Rhythm&Riot - 2008

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01. 5ive - Gulls
02. Witch Hats - Before I Way
03. We Are The Damned - Hell Is My Witness.
04. Trinacria - Turn Away
05. These Arms Are Snakes - Red Line Season
06. Subrosa - Sugar Creek
07. Satyricon - The Wolfpack
08. Russian Circles - Harper Lewis
09. Rotten Sound - The Effects
10. Riding Pânico - E Se A Bela For O Monstro
11. Phazm - Love Me Rotten (Love Me True)
12. Nebula - Aphrodite
13. Misery Index - We Never Come In Peace
14. Le Scrawl - White Russian
15. Hank III & Assjack - Now He's Dead
16. Grand Magus - Iron Will
17. Enojado - Stop
18. Down I Go - Joseph Stalin
19. Disfear - Deadweight
20. The Death Of Her Money - Scandinavian Accent
21. Conifer - Surface Fire
22. Cancer Bats - Hail Destroyer
23. Caldera - Coast Redwood
24. Black Mountain - Wucan
25. The Banner - The Wolf



Black Mountain - In The Future

'The album art was designed by keyboardist Jeremy Schimidt, 
who was influenced by Storm Thorgerson's work.
The album was a nominee for the 2008 Polaris Music Prize.'
- wikipedia

Like they say, this is psychedelic/healing & easylistening music.
Let's be psychedelic In The Future!
Check the art of Storm Thorgerson. You shall not regret!
Psychedelic rock fans, this is a must have!



Boards Of Canada - The Campfire Headphase

Mike, is a friend of mine. Mike asked me, 'Do you know what your gonna write about it?'
I didn't tell:

Boards Of Canada - The Campfire Headphase, is the best album and 
band i found this year, for me. 

I recommend it twice, 
because this is beauty transmitted in sound.
Genre: Electronic | IDM | Trip Hop

Boards of Canada 'Dayvan Cowboy'



Le Scrawl - Whisky a Go Go! (ep)

'Initially playing "typical" Grindcore we eventually blended it with various musical styles - not necessarily stuff we're huge fans of, but music we're listening to occasionally, like Jazz, Ska, Swing, etc.'

Imagine a Ska/Jazz band who the lead singer has throat problems, 
put some experimental Grind on it ...Le Scrawl!

Le Scrawl 'White Russian'



Krux - Krux

'Krux are a swedish all-star Doom Metal outfit featuring members of Entombed as well as Candlemass bassist Leif Edling. While it sometimes feels like a tribute to the genre itself, as the word "doom" is mentioned lyrically in three tracks, it sure stands well on its own.'

Put some brakes on Candlemass doom masters sound and you got Krux.
This is their first full-length.
If you ain't got it yet, you are losing great doom songs such as 'Black Room', 'Sibiria', 'Krux' and 'Omfalos'.
This is one of my favorite bands of the genre. Got to check this out if you are a doom fan.


Thumlock - Emerald Liquid Odyssey

'Spaced-out mega heavy stoner groove band from Australia whose music has drawn comfortable comparisons with the likes of Black Sabbath and Hawkwind. In 1997 the band issued its first CD "Dripping Silver Heat" but it was the "Emerald Liquid Odyssey" release with it's less melodic, psychedelic, rockier direction which created considerable interest in the band.'

You don't want to miss this one.
Light that shit and listen 'Etherel Blue'.
Highly Recommended!


Coalesce - There Is Nothing New Under The Sun (ep)

(2007 release)

(1999 release)

'There is Nothing New Under the Sun is an EP by Missouri band Coalesce which features the band covering songs by Led Zeppelin. In 2007, the album was re-released by Hydra Head Records. The re-release version included the full original 1999 EP with re-recorded vocal tracks, a new master and all of the Coalesce tracks from their split EPs with The Get Up KidsToday is the Day and Boy Sets Fire.'
- wikipedia

Coalesce, the Quantum Physics of Hardcore.
Enjoy it rockin!

1. Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin)
2. Heartbreaker (Led Zeppelin)
3. Black Dog (Led Zeppelin)
4. Out on the Tiles (Led Zeppelin)
5. Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin)
6. That’s the Way (Led Zeppelin)
7. Thank You (Led Zeppelin)
8. I’m Giving Up On This One (The Get Up Kids)
9. Vehicle (Boy Sets Fire)
10. In The Wilderness (Boy Sets Fire)
11. Bob Junior (Coalesce original)
12. Supernaut (Black Sabbath)
13. Cutting Away ((Undertow cover)
14. That’s The Way (redux) (Led Zeppelin)
15. Thank You (redux) (Led Zeppelin)


Tangaroa - One Hand For The Knife, One Hand For The Throat

'Combining a mixture of Meshuggah, Dillinger Escape Plan, Strapping Young Lad, Cannibal Corpse, At the Gates, Brutal Truth, Cryptopsy, Morbid Angel, and that own special Tangaroa blend that very few bands can match, Tangaroa are a force to be reckoned with and definately one to be watched in the near future.'
- tangaroa.org.uk

As love is mathematics, so Tangaroa is
Progressive Mathcore from UK. Count on it!



Formalin - Tales From The Morgue

I have an architecture project to do, but I'm not feeling it, I'm not doing it, I'm empty.
This one to show my anger!
Brutal Death from Moscow. Ahhhhhh!!!
Previously known as Gutslasher and Formaline. If you're a fan of Six Feet Under don't let this band behind.



...comes from Germany with heavy/groovy stoner.
Some heavy tool that you don't want to miss.


Porn - Wine, Women and Song...

'There's no substitute for standing in a small club surrounded by the sound of Porn, but Wine, Women and Song is truly the next best thing.'
- High Bias

Highly recommended!
(listen 'The Last Song')


The Banner - Frailty

Welcome fuckers!
For those who are tired of such things as the monotony of metalcore/hardcore receipt, this is something that you should listen to.
Just take an earful on 'The Wolf' and 'A Hellbound Heart'. 
Hardcore smells like Sludge - The Banner!