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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

$19.99

Miss Lava – “Red Super Giant” (CD)

Heavy fuzzed out desert rock from Portugal.

$10.00

Isaak – “The Longer The Beard The Harder The Sound” (CD)

Heavy, no-frills, groove-locked, head nodding, knuckle-dragging, drive-fast, fuzz rock from Italy. This is a re-mastered re-release of Isaak's second album, and features 4 bonus tracks - including a cover of Pink Floyd's "Fearless" and Iron Maiden's "Wrathchild".

$10.00

Sons of Otis – “Seismic” (Vinyl, Purple)

180gram purple vinyl, limited to 175 copies.As the day's light retreats in the onset on winter and the night succumbs to brutal, blackened cold, what a better time to comfort yourself with dark, brain-eroding psychedilic doom? Canada's Sons Of Otis know this, strategically scheduling the drop of their latest opus, the accurately titled, foundation-shaking Siesmic to tie in with a period of seasonal flux and asspociated introversion. It's with this kind of environment that you can fully explore the complex textures, and enveloping, hypnotic frequencies. It's not all button-basing and dial-twiddling though, with Sons Of Otis once again reclaiming their seat next to the Melvins in the Black Sabbath School of Doom and Sludge. Having clocked up 20 years of service since forming in the early '90's, the Toronto trio maintain a respectable momentum with Seismic, a potent, sluggish and strong-fisted album with depth and character that slowly unfurls and infects with each listen.Rock-a-Rolla

$19.99

Sons of Otis – “Seismic” (Vinyl, Lime Green)

180gram lime green vinyl, limited to 175 copies.As the day's light retreats in the onset on winter and the night succumbs to brutal, blackened cold, what a better time to comfort yourself with dark, brain-eroding psychedilic doom? Canada's Sons Of Otis know this, strategically scheduling the drop of their latest opus, the accurately titled, foundation-shaking Siesmic to tie in with a period of seasonal flux and asspociated introversion. It's with this kind of environment that you can fully explore the complex textures, and enveloping, hypnotic frequencies. It's not all button-basing and dial-twiddling though, with Sons Of Otis once again reclaiming their seat next to the Melvins in the Black Sabbath School of Doom and Sludge. Having clocked up 20 years of service since forming in the early '90's, the Toronto trio maintain a respectable momentum with Seismic, a potent, sluggish and strong-fisted album with depth and character that slowly unfurls and infects with each listen.Rock-a-Rolla

$19.99

Mother of God – “Anthropos” (Vinyl, Red)

180 gram red vinyl limited to 150 copies."Woke up at dawn and felt a presence, nature spirits, observing me. Looked out through the window. Black shape. I went to the nearby forest and the journey had begun. Without a direct way, I went through the woods and crossed mountains. Suddenly elated by light, I was under the raven's wings. Numb. Awakened by a thud and the silhouettes of the three. Embrace. The circle was complete.” -- Mother of God
$19.99

Mother of God – “Anthropos” (Vinyl, Green)

180 gram green vinyl limited to 175 copies."Woke up at dawn and felt a presence, nature spirits, observing me. Looked out through the window. Black shape. I went to the nearby forest and the journey had begun. Without a direct way, I went through the woods and crossed mountains. Suddenly elated by light, I was under the raven's wings. Numb. Awakened by a thud and the silhouettes of the three. Embrace. The circle was complete.” -- Mother of God
$19.99

Mother of God – “Anthropos” (Vinyl, Black)

180 gram black vinyl limited to 150 copies."Woke up at dawn and felt a presence, nature spirits, observing me. Looked out through the window. Black shape. I went to the nearby forest and the journey had begun. Without a direct way, I went through the woods and crossed mountains. Suddenly elated by light, I was under the raven's wings. Numb. Awakened by a thud and the silhouettes of the three. Embrace. The circle was complete.” -- Mother of God
$19.99

Lord Fowl – “Moon Queen” (Vinyl, Mint Green)

180 gram on mint green vinyl, limited to 150 copies.Amazing classic rock vibes from some brand new kids showing the old folks that Rock is far from fucking dead. Recommended if you like: Cheap Trick, Infernal Overdrive, Skanska Mord, Queen, Thin Lizzy, Aerosmith (on drugs), Kyuss, Dozer, Greenleaf, Brain Police, Deep Purple, Puny Human, Sasquatch, Monster Magnet, Clutch, Lo-Pan, Freedom Hawk, Novadriver, Lowrider, Nightstalker, Dwellers, Roadsaw, 7Zuma7, Kiss, The Quill, Cactus, Black Sabbath (with Bill Ward).

$19.99

Lord Fowl – “Moon Queen” (Vinyl, Clear Red)

180 gram on black vinyl, limited to 175 copies.Amazing classic rock vibes from some brand new kids showing the old folks that Rock is far from fucking dead. Recommended if you like: Cheap Trick, Infernal Overdrive, Skanska Mord, Queen, Thin Lizzy, Aerosmith (on drugs), Kyuss, Dozer, Greenleaf, Brain Police, Deep Purple, Puny Human, Sasquatch, Monster Magnet, Clutch, Lo-Pan, Freedom Hawk, Novadriver, Lowrider, Nightstalker, Dwellers, Roadsaw, 7Zuma7, Kiss, The Quill, Cactus, Black Sabbath (with Bill Ward).

$19.99

Lord Fowl – “Moon Queen” (Vinyl, Black)

180 gram on black vinyl, limited to 175 copies.Amazing classic rock vibes from some brand new kids showing the old folks that Rock is far from fucking dead. Recommended if you like: Cheap Trick, Infernal Overdrive, Skanska Mord, Queen, Thin Lizzy, Aerosmith (on drugs), Kyuss, Dozer, Greenleaf, Brain Police, Deep Purple, Puny Human, Sasquatch, Monster Magnet, Clutch, Lo-Pan, Freedom Hawk, Novadriver, Lowrider, Nightstalker, Dwellers, Roadsaw, 7Zuma7, Kiss, The Quill, Cactus, Black Sabbath (with Bill Ward).

$19.99

Sons of Otis – “Seismic” (Vinyl, Black)

As the day's light retreats in the onset on winter and the night succumbs to brutal, blackened cold, what a better time to comfort yourself with dark, brain-eroding psychedilic doom? Canada's Sons Of Otis know this, strategically scheduling the drop of their latest opus, the accurately titled, foundation-shaking Siesmic to tie in with a period of seasonal flux and asspociated introversion. It's with this kind of environment that you can fully explore the complex textures, and enveloping, hypnotic frequencies. It's not all button-basing and dial-twiddling though, with Sons Of Otis once again reclaiming their seat next to the Melvins in the Black Sabbath School of Doom and Sludge. Having clocked up 20 years of service since forming in the early '90's, the Toronto trio maintain a respectable momentum with Seismic, a potent, sluggish and strong-fisted album with depth and character that slowly unfurls and infects with each listen.Rock-a-Rolla

$19.99

Supermachine – “S/T” (CD)

Stacked full of thick bass, chunky guitar tones, Mad Oaks crushing drum tone, Supermachine has made a steady as she goes modern rock album. Some people kind of get up in arms about that term these days (ironic, right?), but in all reality it is a compliment. Many bands call for a revolution in “modern rock” and hide in the sludge and mire of 70′s rock worship. That’s all fine and dandy, but it misses the point. The band hugs through 11 songs; all of which clock in between the 3 and 4 minute mark. Supermachine is set up for radio domination…if only Clear Channel wasn’t a Bill Hick’s joke…especially with the catchy and melodically overdriven vocals of Dave Nebbia. Since rock radio is a joke and you obviously take the time to find music, this record won’t disappoint many fans of hard rock, unless of course you don’t like kick ass guitar driven hard rock.- Ian GerberSoda Shop

$10.00

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

$10.00

Gozu – “The Fury of a Patient Man” (CD)

The coup-de-grace however is vocalist Marc Gaffney who easily gives John Garcia a run for his money when it comes to his blues soaked vocal stylings especially on tracks like the fuzzed out “Disco Related Injury” and “Traci Lords” (Both of which feature some simply incredible riffing provided by Gaffney and Doug Sherman). It’s all of Gozu that makes The Fury… work, though, and I’d be doing you a disservice if I didn’t mention how true that is after you listen to the epic “The Ceaseless Thunder Of Surf” which closes out the album after clocking in just under 24 minutes.Grade: A

$10.00

The Brought Low – “Right on Time” Vinyl (Green)

180 gram GREEN CLEAR vinyl. Limited to 100.The Brought Low's second album, available for the first time on vinyl.The Brought Low are a rough midpoint between the Black Crowes' unabashed Faces worship and the ironic retro-glam posturing of the Darkness: Right On Time is the sound of a band that's deliberately recreating a long-past time and place, but this dose of 1970s heavy rock sounds entirely sincere. The Brought Low's obvious influences include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bachman Turner Overdrive, the James Gang and Bad Company: the album even ends with a churchy R&B-influenced rave-up called ''There's A Light'' powered by a Gregg Allman-style organ part. It's hard not to think of the Rutles, Neil Innes' note-perfect recreation of the Beatles' sound and spirit, or of the plethora of new bands since the turn of the millennium whose sole raison d'etre is to pay tribute to the post-punk era, but this quartet led by singer/guitarist Benjamin Howard Smith -- a fine blue-collar Rock Dude name -- are so palpably sincere on tracks like ''A Better Life'' and ''Vernon Jackson'' (a tribute to the rough and tumble section of Queens that the band calls home) that it's impossible to dismiss Right On Time as a calculated pose.

$19.99

The Brought Low – “Right on Time” Vinyl (Dark Red Clear)

180 gram DARK RED CLEAR vinyl. Limited to 100.The Brought Low's second album, available for the first time on vinyl.The Brought Low are a rough midpoint between the Black Crowes' unabashed Faces worship and the ironic retro-glam posturing of the Darkness: Right On Time is the sound of a band that's deliberately recreating a long-past time and place, but this dose of 1970s heavy rock sounds entirely sincere. The Brought Low's obvious influences include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bachman Turner Overdrive, the James Gang and Bad Company: the album even ends with a churchy R&B-influenced rave-up called ''There's A Light'' powered by a Gregg Allman-style organ part. It's hard not to think of the Rutles, Neil Innes' note-perfect recreation of the Beatles' sound and spirit, or of the plethora of new bands since the turn of the millennium whose sole raison d'etre is to pay tribute to the post-punk era, but this quartet led by singer/guitarist Benjamin Howard Smith -- a fine blue-collar Rock Dude name -- are so palpably sincere on tracks like ''A Better Life'' and ''Vernon Jackson'' (a tribute to the rough and tumble section of Queens that the band calls home) that it's impossible to dismiss Right On Time as a calculated pose.

$19.99

The Brought Low – “Right on Time” Vinyl (Burnt Orange)

180 gram BURNT ORANGE vinyl. Limited to 100.The Brought Low's second album, available for the first time on vinyl.The Brought Low are a rough midpoint between the Black Crowes' unabashed Faces worship and the ironic retro-glam posturing of the Darkness: Right On Time is the sound of a band that's deliberately recreating a long-past time and place, but this dose of 1970s heavy rock sounds entirely sincere. The Brought Low's obvious influences include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bachman Turner Overdrive, the James Gang and Bad Company: the album even ends with a churchy R&B-influenced rave-up called ''There's A Light'' powered by a Gregg Allman-style organ part. It's hard not to think of the Rutles, Neil Innes' note-perfect recreation of the Beatles' sound and spirit, or of the plethora of new bands since the turn of the millennium whose sole raison d'etre is to pay tribute to the post-punk era, but this quartet led by singer/guitarist Benjamin Howard Smith -- a fine blue-collar Rock Dude name -- are so palpably sincere on tracks like ''A Better Life'' and ''Vernon Jackson'' (a tribute to the rough and tumble section of Queens that the band calls home) that it's impossible to dismiss Right On Time as a calculated pose.

$19.99

Five Horse Johnson – “The Taking of Blackheart”

180 gram Limited Edition of 500. We only have a small batch of these left. You will be either get a White Marble or Trans Beer Bottle Brown version.Five Horse Johnson is now seventeen years and six albums into its career, with a seventh about to drop. The band has dug out a niche of its own, combining their love and respect for traditional blues and classic rock to become one of the most loved and respected bands in the stoner rock community. Always a freight train live, the band has toured hard with the likes of Clutch and Halfway to Gone, in the process gathering fans, friends, and drinking partners all over the world.Featuring Clutch's Jean Paul Gaster on drums.
$19.99

The Brought Low – “Right on Time” Vinyl, Black

180 gram black vinyl. Limited to 150.The Brought Low's second album, available for the first time on vinyl.The Brought Low are a rough midpoint between the Black Crowes' unabashed Faces worship and the ironic retro-glam posturing of the Darkness: Right On Time is the sound of a band that's deliberately recreating a long-past time and place, but this dose of 1970s heavy rock sounds entirely sincere. The Brought Low's obvious influences include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bachman Turner Overdrive, the James Gang and Bad Company: the album even ends with a churchy R&B-influenced rave-up called ''There's A Light'' powered by a Gregg Allman-style organ part. It's hard not to think of the Rutles, Neil Innes' note-perfect recreation of the Beatles' sound and spirit, or of the plethora of new bands since the turn of the millennium whose sole raison d'etre is to pay tribute to the post-punk era, but this quartet led by singer/guitarist Benjamin Howard Smith -- a fine blue-collar Rock Dude name -- are so palpably sincere on tracks like ''A Better Life'' and ''Vernon Jackson'' (a tribute to the rough and tumble section of Queens that the band calls home) that it's impossible to dismiss Right On Time as a calculated pose.

$19.99

Mother of God – “Anthropos” (CD)

"Woke up at dawn and felt a presence, nature spirits, observing me. Looked out through the window. Black shape. I wentto the nearby forest and the journey had begun. Without a direct way, I went through the woods and crossedmountains. Suddenly elated by light, I was under the raven's wings. Numb. Awakened by a thud and the silhouettes of thethree. Embrace. The circle was complete.” -- Mother of God

$10.00