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Witching Chronicles: Exploring The Dopelord’s Songs for Satan

Hailing from Warsaw, Poland, this enigmatic quartet has unleashed an auditory onslaught that melds the weighty plod of traditional doom with the ethereal allure of silvery hooks. At its core, “Songs for Satan” resonates with a primal authenticity. Dopelord’s amplification of heresy isn’t merely an artistic endeavor; it’s a fervent proclamation of self-liberation. The album …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring the REZN & Vinnum Sabbathi’s Silent Future

In the vast expanse of the musical cosmos, where genres converge and boundaries blur, emerges a collaboration that defies convention and births a sonic entity that beckons the mind to traverse uncharted realms. “Silent Future,” the mesmerizing result of the synergy between Chicago’s enigmatic atmospheric psych-doom artisans, REZN, and the cosmic conceptualists from Mexico City, …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring the The Otolith’s Folium Limina

With their debut album, “Folium Limina,” The Otolith embarks on a mesmerizing journey that beckons listeners into a realm of cathartic musicality. Rising from the remnants of SubRosa, this collective of talented musicians wastes no time in immersing us in their world of profound melancholy and introspection. “Folium Limina” is an hour-long odyssey that unfolds …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring the Dead Meadow’s Force Form Free

Dead Meadow’s latest offering, “Force Form Free,” is a celestial voyage through a realm where dreamy guitar-fuzz bliss intertwines with mesmerizing stoner riffs. Emerging from the fertile Washington, D.C. indie/punk scene in 1998, Dead Meadow has since become an influential force in the modern heavy psych movement, standing shoulder to shoulder with esteemed contemporaries like …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring the Jack Harlon & The Dead Crows’ Hail to the Underground

In a time when the world was grappling with the uncertainties and restrictions of a global pandemic, Melbourne’s own psychedelic fuzz rockers, Jack Harlon & The Dead Crows, embarked on a creative journey that resulted in their latest release, “Hail to the Underground.” This album stands as a testament to the band’s unyielding passion for …

Witching Chronicles: Exploring the Acid King’s Beyond Vision

Acid King, the reigning heavy rock royalty, has unleashed their highly anticipated album, “Beyond Vision,” marking their triumphant return since 2015’s “Middle Of Nowhere, Center of Everywhere.” True to their legacy, Acid King delivers an onslaught of monolithic riffs and bone-rattling tones that have become their trademark. “Beyond Vision” was born from an experimental mindset …