Tag Archive: Sludge Metal

Aug 16

Album Review: Broozer – 12.04.12

Broozer - 12.04.12

Broozer [Australia]
12.04.12
2012
Full Length
Grindhead Records
Sludge Metal

I half-expected an amateur-sounding brutal death metal band when looking at the gory, gruesome artwork on Broozer‘s debut full lenth, 12.04.12. But this Australian outfit’s musical style can’t be further from this initial expectation of mine.

Instead, Broozer‘s 12.04.12 is 34 minutes of …

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May 21

Album Review: Graves At Sea/Sourvein – Graves At Sea/Sourvein

Graves at Sea/Sourvein [USA]
Graves at Sea/Sourvein
2014
Split
Seventh Rule Recordings
Sludge/Doom Metal

I first heard of Graves at Sea earlier this year with their last EP, This Place is Poison and was thoroughly impressed with it, particularly the innovation showed at the cover of Black Sabbath‘s Orchid/Lord of this World that they …

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Apr 08

Album Review: A Very Old Ghost Behind the Farm – La came crude

A Very Old Ghost Behind the Farm - La came crude

A Very Old Ghost Behind the Farm [France]
La came crude
2014
Full Length
Peccata Mundi Records
Sludge/Doom Metal

Even before listening to the band, A Very Old Ghost Behind the Farm already caught my attention with it’s extremely long name, with their sophomore full length album La came crude being …

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Mar 28

Album Review: Graves at Sea – This Place is Poison

Graves at Sea - This Place is Poison

Graves at Sea [USA]
This Place is Poison
2014
EP
Eolian Empire
Sludge/Doom Metal

Since sludge metallers Graves at Sea returned in 2012, they have been hard at work, with two releases already lined up for this year, including their brand new EP, This Place is Poison. With my interest in …

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Feb 07

Album Review: Loathing – We are the Hunt

Loathing - We are the Hunt

Loathing [Poland]
We are the Hunt
2014
Full Length
Independent
Death/Sludge Metal

With the band stating that they play a style of “aggressive, technical death/sludge metal with strong doom and thrash influences”, Loathing immediately got me rather curious with their debut full length album, We are the Hunt.

The mention of …

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