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Today, May 1st, Bandcamp are waiving their share of revenue sales for 24 hours. Groceries For Seniors is a good start, if charity is in your heart more than genre. Here are ALSO (of course) a few great weirdo rock and metal releases we recommend you buy or check out if you are looking for something or someone cool to support or listen to.

First up, Sacred Bones has a new Sabbath covers comp out. The Uniform gnarly take on “Symptom Of The Universe” (sans melodic “Yeahhhhs”) is pretty rad. Thou doing “Supernaut” is probably my favorite track, all things said. Just beastly. They also include Hilary Woods doing “N.I.B.” plus Marissa Nadler’s “Solitude” cover and Zola Jesus doing “Changes”, among others.

 

Barishi- Old Smoke : A beastly stomper that recalls and nearly rivals earliest, angriest Mastodon, staggering like a wounded warrior through prog-coated mazes of confusion pursued by a mean ass Minotaur. “The Silent Circle” has one of the most no holds barred album opening riff onslaughts of the year once it gets rolling out of the fog. A welcome return from the Vermont masterminds and sure to create a big wave. Support!


Adzes – No One Wants To Speak About It: The always top notch Tridroid Records folks are going to be releasing the Adzes melodic sludge debut a lot of us have been waiting for. This is likely to be one of the top releases in the genre as far as musical quality goes this year. This Seattle project is A+ passionate and worker centric, perfect for a May day plug.  Forest Bohrer channels some major Godflesh vibes on “Divide” and the artwork accentuates the themes of wealth inequality destroying humanity.

Spylacopa – It’s All Over Now : Some digitally enhanced shoegaze influenced moody art pop material from the always eclectic Spylacopa project. John LaMacchia (Candiria) and Rising Pulse are always worth checking up on.
“Lost we are without/The guiding beacons burning out” feels like a good summary of how hard it is to keep faith during this sketchy moment for humanity.

During the writing of SUNN O)))’s opus Life Metal, Greg and Stephen created three rehearsal demos of riffs and production ideas in Anderson’s Downtown LA rehearsal studio. SUNN O))) is pleased to offer them via Bandcamp Day, TODAY ONLY. Proceeds will go to Global Food Banking Network.

Find the demos here:
https://sunn.bandcamp.com/album/life-metal-rehearsal-260518
https://sunn.bandcamp.com/album/life-metal-rehearsal-250518
https://sunn.bandcamp.com/album/life-metal-rehearsal-230518

Ok, friends. Back to crying about Order 66 for me. See ya soon.

 

 

 

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Shadow Frost Music + Arts Festival announces stacked lineup

Posted by longhairedpoet on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 12:00 PM (PST)

Maryland’s Shadow Frost Music & Arts Festival have announced their lineup.

The festival, which will take place on February 21 and 22 will feature Vastum, including a set from their guitarist Leila Abdul-Rauf. The lineup also includes Deceased, Barishi, Magic Circle, Doomstress, Alms, Darsombra, Fell Ruin, and Eastern Shore, and Yatra.

“There is so much great music being created that totally flies under the radar in the music scene, even among people who seem to know a lot about music trends,” said Shadow Frost producer M A Spiro. “I am not trying to host bands that you can see at a lot of other festivals, but I want to showcase a few of the best that that underground music has to offer. That has been my philosophy with every event I have done, and I don’t plan to change that.”

Check out the full lineup and a YouTube playlist here.

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Barishi are a band more fans of the proggy side of more extreme metal should really be aware of if they aren’t already, combining melodic and intricate guitar passages with pained chords barely contained by the marching and elaborate yet tasteful rhythms. Almost like a more harsh yet compatible cousin of some of the Hark or Baroness stuff with much more snarling than bellowed vocals, Barishi’s Blood From The Lion’s Mouth turned some heads in late 2016. Here and there a few of the guitar textures even remind me slightly of Quicksand (who incidentally have a new fuckin’ record on the way).

Anyhow, Barishi are headed out on a short Eastern Canadian run in early September. The band will be making stops in Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec city, and more.

BARISHI Tour dates
Sep. 7 Montreal, QC @ Piranha Bar
Sep. 8 Ottawa, ON @ House of Targ
Sep. 10 Quebec City, QC @ L’Anti
Sep. 11 Portland, ME @ Geno’s

 

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