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When Metal Festivals Get Political, It Feels Like Utopia

This year's edition of beloved Dutch metal fest Roadburn was about something bigger than music, which only added to its magic.
Kim Kelly
5.22.18
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Grayceon's New Album Is Head-Spinning Doom With Hella Cello

Stream the experimental San Francisco sludge trio's masterfully complex new album, 'IV'—their first new material in five years.
Cat Jones
5.17.18
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The Body's New Album Is a Slog Through Electronic Misery

Stream the Portland noise doom duo's impossibly heavy, grindingly miserable new LP for Thrill Jockey, 'I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer.'
Cat Jones
5.11.18
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CHRCH's California Doom Metal Sizzles in the Sacramento Sun

Stream the Sacramento doom crew's warm, brilliant new album for Neurot, 'Light Will Consume Us All.'
Cat Jones
5.8.18
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Let Foehammer's Sludgy Doom Take You on a Voyage to Middle Earth

Stream the fantastical new album from these North Virginia doomhaulers, out now via Australopithecus Records.
Kim Kelly
4.12.18
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I Feel at Home in the Isolation of Wrekmeister Harmonies' New Album

The experimental doom/drone duo's new LP was created in isolation, and makes me homesick for the once-familiar sound of silence.
Kim Kelly
4.12.18
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The Guide to Getting into Jucifer

Doom/grunge/rock renegades Gazelle Amber Valentine and Edgar Livengood have been in perpetual motion since the 90s; here's where to start with their ear-splitting catalogue.
Dan Marsicano
3.28.18
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Vile Creature's Confrontational Queer Doom Is Exactly What Metal Needs in 2018

Stream the anti-oppressive Canadian doom cult's crushing, crucial new album, 'Cast of Static and Smoke.'
Kim Kelly
3.1.18
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New Zealand Witch Rockers Hex Are Here to Curse the Patriarchy

Stream the eldritch trio's new album, 'The Hill Temple,' which blends doom, psych, and riot grrrl into a divine manifestation of feminine rage.
Kim Kelly
2.13.18
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Agrimonia’s New Album Shows What Can Happen When Crust Grows Up

The Swedish post-metal iconoclasts display deep crust punk roots on new album 'Awaken,' and the way they interpret the genre says a lot about its past—and its future.
Kim Kelly
1.25.18
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The Atlas Moth's Noirish New Video Flies in the Face of Metal Conventions

Check out the title track from the Chicago psychedelic doom metal outfit's unexpectedly brutal new album, 'Coma Noir.'
Jamie Ludwig
12.15.17
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Immerse Yourself in Eye of Nix's Ghostly Gothic Black Metal Doom

Stream 'Black Somnia,' the absolutely stunning and wholly unique new album from these Seattle experimental metal outliers.
Kim Kelly
12.12.17