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Release date April 3/20 (Bandcamp) Attention all old-school Black Sabbath fanatics, you are hereby ordered to check out the sophomore EP from New Jersey's Sleeping Village. Holy Water drinks deep from the same stream from which the Birmingham bashers imbibed on their beyond-classic third to sixth album run (Master of Reality to Sabotage of course!). The leaden guitar tone, the riffs, the memorable songs ... it'll take you back to the 70s heydays. Kudos to the whole band for providing us with such top notch material, but an extra nod has to be given to bassist Tim Gray whose blubbering work fills in gaps like the Geezer of old. Rick Dal Cortivo's guitar tone ain't too shabby either, nailing t


Released some time in 2001 (Demolition) Review previously unreleased. Sooee! Is this ever a stuck pig of an album folks. The question is, w

(Podcast) BEST SONGS OF 1971

Welcome to the BEST SONGS OF ... podcast series. In our second episode we'll be listing and listening to the top heavy songs of 1971 .

LOOSE NUKES - Cult Leader

Cult Leader is Loose Nuke's first full-length release since their 2016 formation in Houston (well, 28 minutes is ...

IOMMI - Iommi

Review originally published in Rip'N'Tear Magazine, Issue #8 Tony Iommi's first solo release (Seventh Star was or

WAR CLOUD - Earhammer Sessions

Earhammer Sessions is the third full-length release by Oakland's War Cloud since their 2014 inception. This effort was ...

SOLSTICE - Angleland

Regular readers will likely know how highly I recommend Solstice when it comes to uber-quality epic doom metal. If you're on ...


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