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Misty Morning ‘Martian Pope’ CDEP 2008

7th August 2008 at 8:56 am

Misty Morning

Ok quiz time, how many Italian rock bands can you name? Paul Chain, Death SS, Rawpower, Negazione, Ufomammut, El Thule, Lacuna Coil, Bulldozer (!!!??). Starting to run out of options? Yeah me too. It seems though that there is a real scene out there…
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Gentlemans Pistols – S/T – CD/LP 2007

5th August 2008 at 9:20 am

Gentlemans Pistols - S/T - CD/LP 2007

Whoa there, hold the phone have I missed something??? I seem to have fallen asleep and woken up in 1973 as that’s the year these guys are living their entire existence. What a luxury that must be for them, they haven’t had to endure…
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V/A ‘The Sound Of The Catacombs’ CD 2008

5th August 2008 at 9:15 am

V/A

This is the first release on Midlands based label Catacomb Records, a label run by lovers of stoner/doom/sludge/psychedelia who between them play in various bands on the scene. This impressive compilation is clearly a labour of love from the wide ranging choice of bands…
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Fatty Chan ‘Tunguska’ CDEP 2008

15th March 2008 at 9:32 am

Fatty Chan

I’m guessing the name Fatty Chan won’t mean too much to anyone at the moment as, although the band have been in existence for the last couple of years on the Exeter metal scene they have maintained a fairly low profile to hone their…
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Trippy Wicked & The Cosmic Children Of The Knight ‘Imaginarianism’ CDEP 2008

15th March 2008 at 8:53 am

Trippy Wicked And The Cosmic Children Of The Knight

Where do I start? Trippy Wicked, or to give them their full name Trippy Wicked and the Cosmic Children of the Knight are a bit of a conundrum. This two piece from St Albans class themselves as “a mix of rock n roll, stoner,…
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