Reviews

Witching Chronicles: Exploring The we broke the weather’s Restart Game

Boston’s we broke the weather are back with their second album, Restart Game, an adventurous dive into progressive stoner rock. Two years after their self-titled debut, the band continues to surprise and captivate with their unique blend of sounds. Restart Game is like an endless musical odyssey, combining the intricate complexity of progressive rock, the …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring The MEIFU’s Haunted Dreams

MEIFU’s debut album, “Haunted Dreams,” is a significant milestone for the band, showcasing their journey through psychedelic doom metal. After five years of honing their craft and conquering live audiences, MEIFU has delivered really powerful album. “Haunted Dreams” pulls you into a dark, atmospheric world from the very start. Edoardo’s massive bass lines are the …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring The SHADOW WITCH’s Eschaton

SHADOW WITCH has crafted a darkly enchanting album with “Eschaton”. This latest offering from the band, known for their brooding and occult-inspired soundscapes, solidifies their place in the stoner doom genre, blending vintage rock vibes with an eerie, end-of-the-world feel. “Eschaton” is a trip through a sonic Garden of Eden, reimagined as a surreal, almost …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring The Abrams’ Blue City

Denver-based trio Abrams returns with their latest effort, “Blue City,” an album that boldly fuses melody and dissonance into a cohesive and cathartic experience. Known for their genre-blending sound, Abrams continues to push boundaries, crafting a record that feels both nostalgic and forward-looking. “Blue City” opens with a striking blend of heavy rock and shoegaze, …