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36D – “Endomorphic Joy” (CD)

36D ( which stands for "36D") is the long-lost result of a loud union among some of Detroit's strongest bands. Recorded in the early months of 1991 and promptly held hostage in a messy divorce settlement, this lascivious powerfest joined Ed Alterman of Slot, Big Chief's Mark Dancey, Barry Henssler, and Phil Durr with Robert Eastway and Dan Ross of early 80's harder-than-hardcore outfit, Born Without A Face.

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A Thousand Knives Of Fire – “The Last Train to Scornsville” (CD)

Produced by Benjamin Grotto and Lee Stuart.Engineers: Bob Pantella, Lou Gorra, Paul Wiegand, Craig Riggs and Benjamin Grotto. Original tracking at Redline Archiving Ocean, NJ. Additional Recording & Mixing at Mad Oak - Allston, MA.Mastered by Chris Gooseman at Solid Sound & Baseline Audio Ann Arbor, MI.Artwork by Mark Dancey.


ABRAHMA – “Dusty Paths” (Dbl LP, Black/Gold)

This is a DOUBLE Vinyl LPRecord 1: BlackRecord 2: Gold180 gram vinyl. Limited to 500 copies.TRACKLIST:1. Alpha2. Neptune Of Sorrow3. Tears Of The Sun4. Dandelion Dust5. Honkin' Water Roof6. Loa's Awakening (Prelude)7. Vodun Pt.1: Samedi's Awakening8. Big Black Cloud (Feat. Ed Mundell)9. Headless Horse10. Vodun Pt.2: I, Zombie11. Oceans On Sand...12. ...Here Sleep ghosts13. Vodun Pt.3: the Final Asagwe14. The Maze15. Omega


ABRAHMA – “Reflections In The Bowels Of A Bird” (CD)

TRACKLIST:1. Fountains Of Vengeance2. An Offspring To The Wolves3. Omens Pt. 14. Weary Statues5. Omens Pt. 26. Kapal Kriya7. Square The Circle8. Omens Pt. 39. A Shepherd's Grief10. Conium 


As far out as Abrahma went on Through the Dusty Paths of Our Lives, they never lost track of the fact that they were writing a piece to contribute to the whole of the record, and the same is true of Reflections in the Bowels of a Bird. More so, even, since the material is tighter and more cohesive and the album itself is nearly 20 minutes shorter at 52:41. It’s that core of songwriting that enables Abrahma to continue to engage the listener in this brooding manner, their attention to detail evident in the effects, solos, rhythmic changes and depth of the mix, which is the kind of abyss in which it’s a pleasure to lose oneself.– THE OBELISKIn all, after a few listens I think this album will go right into my ‘rock & metal masterpieces’ shelf, next to some Pink Floyd, Sleep, Godspeed! You Black Emperor and Black Sabbath releases. Abrahma will fit right in with some of these classics with their perfect combination of powerful rockand a complex and mature sound. Stunning piece of music…– MERCHANTS OF AIRSmall Stone continues to release such gratifying albums and Abrahma seems to be a bit different than the stoner rock norm. The band has combined the elements of psychedelic metal, melodic doom and stoner rock into one big melting pot, creating a distinct album that is sure to draw in fans of these genres. We can see this album taking off since they seem to have a broad reach. We highly recommend this one, it has an overall massive sound quality that will challenge any stereo system. – 9 /11– ROTATION11.COMIf you’re a fan of anything doom, stoner, psych or even just want to hear something new and interesting you could do a lot worse than grabbing a copy of this. It’s wonderful in its scope and showcases a band in very fine form playing with varying moods and delivering an album that shines from start to finish.– METALASFUCK.NETÀ l’écoute de ce deuxième album de haut vol, on ne peut s’empêcher de penser que les Parisiens auraient mérité une petite place sur la scène de la Valley au Hellfest 2015. Qu’à cela ne tienne, on ira braver leurs rafales spatiales sous le bas plafond du Glazart début Juin. Un lieu Idéal pour cette musique entre ciel et terre. – 8/10– NEW NOISE MAG (MAY 2015)The band played Roadburn this year, and they certainly fit in with that festival’s expanding focus. In their more delicate moments, Abrahma also remind me of heavy progressive groups with a knack for catchy vocals, like Porcupine Tree or maybe Klone. It’s not the single heaviest thing I’ve ever heard, but I revisited Reflections in the Bowels of a Bird to contemplate its balance of songcraft and tone, which is much more exciting than just another band that got into metal through grunge.– INVISIBLE ORANGESReflections In The Bowels Of A Bird” is a record you will need to invest time in, given there is little in the way of visceral, fists in the air stuff that immediately catches the ear. However, it is a record that keeps on revealing more and more of itself with each listen and as time goes on it becomes something to cherish. Its ambitious, it’s original and it’s very, very good indeed. – 8/10– MAXIMUM VOLUME MUSICWhen it’s not lashing out with heavy riffs that infect your mind, it’s a slow ambiance that makes you think you’re floating in the great black ether of outer space– RIDE WITH THE DEVILReflections in the bowels of a bird se présente comme un manifeste, une ode au rock lourd, au métal puissant, à la musique ultra heavy et psychédélique. Le quartet puise ses forces aussi bien dans Alice in Chains qu’Electric Wizard ou Monster Magnet, et offre son propre mélange en béton armé. Riffs massue en veux-tu en voilà, ambiances païennes mélancoliques, solos de guitare jamais démonstratifs qui renforcent le caractère impénétrable de cette jungle érigée à la gloire de dieux vaudous oubliés, Abrahma a lancé un sacré pavé dans la mare. L’album est touffu et ne s’apprivoisera pas facilement, malgré une durée plus raisonnable que sur son prédécesseur, Through the Dusty Path of our Lives. Il n’est pas impossible qu’une telle densité en fasse fuir certains. On ne saurait les en blâmer, mais pour les autres, ce second album est un bloc de granit, non pas noir mais rouge sang. Comme les entrailles d’un oiseau, dans lesquelles l’avenir s’annonce radieux. – 8,5/10– LA GROSSE RADIO…Reflections In The Bowels Of A Bird est indéniablement l’un des meilleurs albums de rock heavy qu’il m’ait été donné d’entendre jusqu’ici. Je tire donc tout simplement mon chapeau en espérant qu’ABRAHMA saura trouver le public qu’il mérite chez nous comme à l’étranger…– W-FENEC MAGAZINE (May 2015)Avec « Reflections In The Bowels Of A Bird », Abrahma marque à nouveau un maximum de points et prouve que sa présence sur une structure internationale n’est en rien le fruit du hasard, mais le résultat d’un investissement conséquent dans cet art qu’est le stoner conjugué à une bonne grosse dose de talent. Bougez vos culs pour notre scène et cessez de tourner vos yeux vers l’Amérique : ces régionaux n’ont absolument rien à leur envier ! – 4/5– DESERT-ROCK.COMSo to wrap things up, if you’ve got a yearning for something harkening back to early nineties grunge tinged psychedelia that provides you with a straight ahead rock with chops and hooks to spare, this will definitely be a release for you!– THE SLUDGELORD


ABRAHMA – “Through The Dusty Paths Of Our Lives” (CD)

Abrahma are four piece psychedelic stoner/desert rock band from Paris, France. They originally formed in 2005 under the name of Alcohsonic and they released one album, one EP, and a single under this name. Through the Dusty Paths of Our Lives is their debut full length for Small Stone Records and the first under their new moniker.For fans of Kyuss, Dozer, Greenleaf and Monster Magnet to name but a few. Indeed former Monster Magnet and current 9 Chambers lead guitarist, Ed Mundell guests on the track Big Black Cloud.— The Sludgelord (Blog UK)


Acid King – “Busse Woods” (CD)

Lori S: Vocals & Guitar Joey Osbourne: Drums Brian Hill: Bass Recorded by Billy Anderson @ Division Hi-Fi Produced by Acid King


Acid King – The Early Years (remaster)

Sympathy for the Record Industry released the first Acid King recording, the self titled 10-inch (SFTR 316) in 1994 only on vinyl, and the first full-length, Zoroaster (SFTRI 379), in 1995. Both recordings have been out of print for many years... Until now!


ALL TIME HIGH – Friend in High Places (Remaster) (CD)

Van Conner sings backup vox on Rule of Thirds, Land of the Free and No Mind.Jack Endino sings backup vox on Twistin' the Knife Away, New Urge and Already Gone.Recorded and Mixed by Jack Endino at Soundhouse in Seattle, WA.Mastered by Chris Gooseman at Baseline Audio in Ann Arbor, MI.All Songs written and performed by All Time High.


ANTLER – “Nothing That a Bullet Couldn’t Cure” (CD)

Brian Strawn: Drums Iann Ross: Lead Guitar Craig Riggs: Vocals Dave Unger: Keys Marc Schleicher: Bass Tim Catz: Guitars Recorded & Produced By Riggs @ Mad Oak Studios - Allston, MA Mixed by Andrew Scneider Mastered By Chris Gooseman @ Solid Sound - Ann Arbor, MI Artwork by Niff "Stumbling somewhere between Bob Seger and Nick Cave, ANTLER provide the perfect soundtrack for black outs, bad news, break ups and breakdowns." - CMJ Guide 2005


Backwoods Payback – “Momantha” (CD)

Fresh out of Small Stone Records’ favorite house of recording, Mad Oak Studios, comes West Chester, Pennsylvania’s own Backwoods Payback’s latest record, Momantha. This one is for fans of gritty wailing vocals and doomed out stoner riffs. Momantha is Backwoods Payback’s debut record on Small Stone Records and it lives up to the credentials, which is to say it certainly rocks hard.The Good, The Bad, and The Doomy…


Black Sleep of Kali – “Our Slow Decay” (CD)

This album is massive! In fact, it's not even an album. It's a 200 ton monolith emanating riffs of doom - causing all who approach it to bang their heads into epic rock oblivion."Our Slow Decay" is a record full of huge riffs, catchy vocals, and furious drumming. It's sure to leave a giant, smoldering, footprint on the the doommetal genre's collective ass cheek.


Blackwolfgoat – “Dragonwizardsleeve” (CD)

As a former member of alt-rockers Milligram, stoner rockers Roadsaw, and hard rockers Hackman, guitarist Darryl Shepard is no stranger to musical versatility, but his Read more


Blackwolfgoat – “Drone Maintenance” (CD)

“Drone Maintenance” is simply hypnotic at times while being melodic at others. You can only expect the unexpected, which is what one would listen to an album like this for. This album will challenge the listener to reevaluate what they feel an album should sound like. Fans of bands such as Sunn0))) and Earth should really give Blackwolfgoat a listen.- Wicked


Bottom – “you’rNext” (CD)

Sina: Guitar & Vox Nila: Bass Clementine: Drums Performed & Written by BOTTOM Produced by BOTTOM Recorded @ Get Reel Productions, San Francisco, CA Engineered by Tecate Rob Preston Mastered by Gary @ A. Hammer Mastering Artwork by Jon Weiss Graphic Design by Mahoko


Brain Police – Brain Police (CD)

  1. One Blow
  2. Return to the Lovechopper of Destiny
  3. Rocket Fuel
  4. Free Lovin' Temptress
  5. Love Mutha
  6. Dust Volver
  7. Johnny Babas
  8. El Duderino
  9. Iron Fist
  10. The Journey is the Destination
  11. Womble Dust
  12. Taste the Flower
  13. Jacuzzi Suzy


Brain Police – Electric Fungus (CD)

  1. Stay Rock
  2. Coed Fever
  3. Black Tulip
  4. 2113 (Sea Weed)
  5. Undercover Through Your Mother
  6. El Capitan (Raspberry Jam)
  7. Beefheart
  8. Mushcream Caravan
  9. Mr. Dolly
  10. Acid Machine Revisited


Deville – “Hydra” (CD)

Summary: Constantly oscillating between rampant and infectious, Hydra is a resounding triumph for Swedish heavy rock.Swedish heavy rock bands have always been inclined to deliver amazing 1970s-inspired music. On their third album, Malmö-based Deville are at the top of their game following the footsteps of such acclaimed outfits as Dozer, Lowrider and Truckfighters. Even though their prime influences are rather apparent, Deville opt for modern production that accentuates their fuzzy guitar tone placing their style in a distinctly contemporary context. The foursome ventures into heavy metal, alternative rock and even pop making all these arbitrary influences integral ingredients of their style. That's why, Hydra sounds more like an extension to the booming stoner rock scene than a relic of the past, embracing various directions that the quartet's peers usually steer clear of.Sputnik Music


Deville – “Hydra” (Vinyl- Black)

Constantly oscillating between rampant and infectious, Hydra is a resounding triumph for Swedish heavy rock.4.5 - Superb- Greg FisherSputnik Music


Deville – “Hydra” (Vinyl- Transparent Blue)

Constantly oscillating between rampant and infectious, Hydra is a resounding triumph for Swedish heavy rock.4.5 - Superb- Greg FisherSputnik Music


Deville – “Hydra” (Vinyl- Transparent Gold)

Constantly oscillating between rampant and infectious, Hydra is a resounding triumph for Swedish heavy rock.4.5 - Superb- Greg FisherSputnik Music


Deville – “Hydra” (Vinyl- Transparent Green)

Constantly oscillating between rampant and infectious, Hydra is a resounding triumph for Swedish heavy rock.4.5 - Superb- Greg FisherSputnik Music