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Transatlantic Rat’s Atom / BirdEye – Split LP/DD 2013

28th March 2013 at 10:55 am

Transatlantic Rat

In ten or twenty years, when we (as fans) re-evaluate what has stood the test of time from the decades stretching from the resurgence of doom/sludge at the turn of the century to the current trend of (mostly) anaemic “occult rock”, you can rest…
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Soggy Bog 82 – Sludge Worms

4th July 2012 at 2:44 pm

Soggy Bog

This week’s Soggy Bog, Number 82, is a Sludge Special and features new tracks from Ishmael, The Lions Daughter, Wizard’s Beard & In the Company Of Serpents along with an potent mix of some of the filthiest sludge to have been recorded from the…
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The Zombos + Drog – ‘Vulva + Puta Sessions’, ‘6 Song EP’, ‘Worshipers Of Fogs’ CDR’s 2011

15th December 2011 at 9:56 am

The Zombos / Drog

Following the demise of the brilliant UFO Gestapo, I interviewed Seb KKK, who told me of the band that would rise from the ashes, “Transatlantic Rat’s Atom”, to include himself and Sinapati. But what of their erstwhile drummer, Johnny UFO? As he was the…
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UFO Gestapo: Saul Interviews Seb KKK

10th November 2011 at 10:03 am

UFO Gestapo

As stated in my recent article, I’m a huge fan of France’s UFO GESTAPO – the most original purveyors of spaced out weirdness and slow insanity in many years. I wrote the puff piece and decided that an interview would also be in order….
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Saul Takes An Objective Look At The Madness That Is UFO Gestapo

9th November 2011 at 11:13 am

UFO Gestapo

Buzz Osbourne once stated, that in the general public and music press’s scramble to pigeonhole the Melvins as the godfathers of whatever genre is currently in vogue (grunge, drone, sludge…), people seem to gloss over just how genuinely weird his band is. To my…
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