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Five Horse Johnson – “The Taking of Blackheart” (CD)

Five Horse Johnson’s latest effort, The Taking of Black Heart (Small Stone) is a fantastic record. This band lays down heavy blues rock with a swagger and a sledgehammer, simultaneously sounding sexy and pissed. The musicianship is exquisite, and the tunes are superb.- Brett CallwoodMetro Times, Detroit

$10.00

Five Horse Johnson – “The Last Men On Earth” (CD)

Eric Oblander: Vox & Harp Brad Coffin: Guitar & Vox Steve Smith: Bass Mike Alonso: Drums & Percussion Additional Musicians: Phil Durr: Ridiculator & Guitar Solo on "Cry Rain" Ethan Daniel Davidson: Backing Vox on "Blood Don't Pay" Executive Producer: Scott Hamilton Produced by Al Sutton Engineered by Al Sutton, Dave Allison, Sam Vail, & Mr. Robert Burrows. Mixed by Al Sutton. Recorded and Mixed @ Rustbelt Studios - Royal Oak , MI. Mastered by Chris Gooseman @ Solid Sound - Ann Arbor, MI. Fine Arts: Mark Dancey

$10.00

Sun Gods in Exile – “Thanks for the Silver” (LP-Blue)

Transparent Blue Vinyl180 gram, transparent blue vinyl. Limited to 200 copies worldwide.For fans of: Black Crowes, Allman Brothers, Blackfoot, The Brought Low, Infernal Overdrive, James Gang, AC~DC, Alice Cooper, Gideon Smith & The Dixie Dammned, Shame Club, The Cult, Dixie Witch, Roadsaw, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Molly Hatchet.

$19.99

Larman Clamor – “Frogs” (CD)

Astute observers of the rock will recognize Alexander von Wieding’s name as the artist behind album covers for the likes of Monster Magnet, Karma to Burn, Wo-Fat, and countless others. Over the last several years, the German illustrator has contributed art to Small Stone releases from Freedom Hawk, Tia Carrera, Infernal Overdrive, Sun Gods in Exile, Sasquatch, Gozu and many more. With the second album from von Wieding’s musical solo-project, Larman Clamor, put out by Small Stone, that relationship grows even deeper.Frogs follows 2011’s self-titled EP and Altars to Turn Blood, both self-released, and refines Larman Clamor’s swampy psychedelic blues to its greatest execution yet. Taking blownout influence from the likes of Mississippi Fred McDowell and boogie stomp from John Lee Hooker (see the opening title-track, “Frogs”), von Wieding pulls off an atmosphere coated in humidity and rife with mosquitoes, toe-tapping his way to a throaty-delivered oblivion. A track like the slow-grooving, mellow-fuzzed “Mill Wheel Alchemy” comes straight off of an algae-covered porch, and others like the riotous “Mudhole Stomp” or more rock-derived “Black Cylinder” – short and sparse compared to a lot of today’s amp-wall overload – feel born of some alternate reality Delta. But Larman Clamor’s songs are catchy and memorable. Von Wieding’s guitar pulsates with a raw distorted tone that perfectly suits his old-road gravel vocals – and a countrified sense of foreboding is never far off. There’s something dangerous about this music.

$10.00

Skanska Mord – “Paths To Charon” (Vinyl – GREY MARBLE)

180 gram virgin vinyl, deluxe sleeve and poly-lined jacket. Limited to 150 Black, 175 Gray Marble, and 175 Blue & White Marble.Fuzzed out psychedelica, the likes of which hasn’t been heard since the heyday of real rock in the 70’s, oozes from the amps and tears across the landscape like some kind of lawnmower on acid. The world starts to spin; everything goes black and then several shades of purple. All that, and then the songs kick in…

$19.99

Skanska Mord – “Paths To Charon” (Vinyl – BLUE & WHITE MARBLE)

180 gram virgin vinyl, deluxe sleeve and poly-lined jacket. Limited to 150 Black, 175 Gray Marble, and 175 Blue & White Marble.Fuzzed out psychedelica, the likes of which hasn’t been heard since the heyday of real rock in the 70’s, oozes from the amps and tears across the landscape like some kind of lawnmower on acid. The world starts to spin; everything goes black and then several shades of purple. All that, and then the songs kick in…

$19.99

Skanska Mord – “Paths To Charon” (Vinyl – BLACK)

180 gram virgin vinyl, deluxe sleeve and poly-lined jacket. Limited to 150 Black, 175 Gray Marble, and 175 Blue & White Marble.Fuzzed out psychedelica, the likes of which hasn’t been heard since the heyday of real rock in the 70’s, oozes from the amps and tears across the landscape like some kind of lawnmower on acid. The world starts to spin; everything goes black and then several shades of purple. All that, and then the songs kick in…

$19.99

Skanska Mord – “Paths To Charon” (CD)

Fuzzed out psychedelica, the likes of which hasn’t been heard since the heyday of real rock in the 70’s, oozes from the amps and tears across the landscape like some kind of lawnmower on acid. The world starts to spin; everything goes black and then several shades of purple. All that, and then the songs kick in...

$10.00

Lord Fowl – “Moon Queen” (CD)

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).

$10.00

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

$24.99

Nightstalker – “Dead Rock Commandos” (CD)

Nightstalker's newest dark masterpiece, "Dead Rock Commandos." Another albums worth of raw rock 'n roll simplicity, filled with stunning riffs and electric haze. More heavy sounds, groovy rhythms and intense bass playing all merging with the power of Argy’s vocals, which is the secret to the music of Nightstalker that has kept the band going for more than 20 years and made them one of the most important bands in the history of the European Hard Rock scene. Call it whatever you want, but do so at your own risk.

$10.00

Sons of Otis – “Seismic” (CD)

Slow and heavy pretty much sums up the new album from the Northern Psych Doom Kings, Sons of Otis. Expect visions and vibrations.If you would prefer, for $2 more, you can pre-purchase this album from Bandcamp and get an immediate digital download.

$10.00

Dwellers – “Good Morning Harakiri” Vinyl (Purple)

Super limited vinyl. 180 gram in clear PURPLE. Only 150 made.Dwellers is Joey Toscano (Iota), Dave Jones (Subrosa) and Zach Hatsis (Subrosa).Their debut Small Stone record, "Good Morning Harakiri", combines the psychedelic soupy sludge riffery of Iota's 2008 debut, "Tales", with Subrosa's slow and low 2011 breakthrough album, "No Help for the Mighty Ones". Already being tagged as Ritual Rock, Blessedly Doomed, and Deranged Blues - this album will scratch the itch of folks who like their Rock to be dark, moody, and easy to sing along to.6 tracks filled with slide guitars, vibraphone, fuzz-drenched leads, exotic drumming, melodic vocals, and low-end groove.

$19.99

Dwellers – “Good Morning Harakiri” Vinyl (CYAN/RED SWIRL)

Super limited vinyl. 180 gram vinyl in CYAN/RED SWIRL. Only 175 made.Dwellers is Joey Toscano (Iota), Dave Jones (Subrosa) and Zach Hatsis (Subrosa).Their debut Small Stone record, "Good Morning Harakiri", combines the psychedelic soupy sludge riffery of Iota's 2008 debut, "Tales", with Subrosa's slow and low 2011 breakthrough album, "No Help for the Mighty Ones". Already being tagged as Ritual Rock, Blessedly Doomed, and Deranged Blues - this album will scratch the itch of folks who like their Rock to be dark, moody, and easy to sing along to. 6 tracks filled with slide guitars, vibraphone, fuzz-drenched leads, exotic drumming, melodic vocals, and low-end groove.

$19.99

Dwellers – “Good Morning Harakiri” Vinyl (Black)

Super limited vinyl. 180 gram vinyl in BLACK. Only 150 made.Dwellers is Joey Toscano (Iota), Dave Jones (Subrosa) and Zach Hatsis (Subrosa).Their debut Small Stone record, "Good Morning Harakiri", combines the psychedelic soupy sludge riffery of Iota's 2008 debut, "Tales", with Subrosa's slow and low 2011 breakthrough album, "No Help for the Mighty Ones". Already being tagged as Ritual Rock, Blessedly Doomed, and Deranged Blues - this album will scratch the itch of folks who like their Rock to be dark, moody, and easy to sing along to. 6 tracks filled with slide guitars, vibraphone, fuzz-drenched leads, exotic drumming, melodic vocals, and low-end groove.

$19.99

Greenleaf – “Nest of Vipers” (CD)

Greenleaf is:Tommi Holappa: GuitarBengt Bäcke: BassOskar Cedermalm: VocalsJohan Rockner: GuitarOlle Mårthans: DrumsGuests:Fredrik Nordin : Vocals (Nest of Vipers)Per Wiberg: Organ (Lilith and Nest of Vipers)Peder Bergstrand: Vocals (Sunken Ships)Drums,bass & guitars recorded at Studio Gröndahl by Karl Daniel Lidén.Vocals recorded at Bombshelter studio by Oskar Cedermalm.Mixed by Karl Daniel Lidén at Tri-Lamb Studio.Mastered by Magnus LindbergCover illustration by Gem (twizzlez.com)Logo by Daniel SjödinLayout by Johan Rockner

$10.00

Mangoo – “Neverland” (CD)

Produced by Niklas "Nicke" Björklund, co-produced by the rest of Mangoo.All song arranged and performed by Mangoo.Publsihed by Small Stone Records (ASCAP).Orchestral arrangement on track 2 by Sam Fröjdö, orchestra provided by Klosse J. Wistbacka.Trumpet on track 11 by Matias LångbackaAll songs recorded by Niklas Björklund, except acoustic drums recorded by KariNieminen at Musamuusa Studios. Mixed by Benny Grotto @ Mad Oak, except tracks 7 and 12 by Niklas Björklund.Mastered by Chris Goosman @ Baseline Audio.Album artwork and layout by Alexander von Wieding.

$10.00

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)

$10.00

Sun Gods in Exile – “Thanks for the Silver” (CD)

Saddle up the horses and take your guns to town boys because the Sun Gods in Exile are back. After a three year silence Portland's God's of Southern FriedBiker Boogie Rock have cowboy-ed up and returned to shake the dried clay from your boots and put a little swagger in your step. Ten thunderous trackstitled "Thanks for the Silver" that add just a little more southern than fried this time around and take aim with their six shooters hitting the target everysingle time.

$10.00

Infernal Overdrive – “Last Rays of the Dying Sun” (CD)

If you are a fan of Grand Funk, Cactus, Blue Cheer and Led Zeppelin, then this is the next album you need to purchase. Heavy riffs and killer song writing.

$10.00

DWELLERS – “Good Morning Harakiri” (CD)

Dwellers is Joey Toscano (Iota), Dave Jones (Subrosa) and Zach Hatsis (Subrosa).Their debut Small Stone record, "Good Morning Harakiri", combines the psychedelic soupy sludge riffery of Iota's 2008 debut, "Tales", with Subrosa's slow and low 2011 breakthrough album, "No Help for the Mighty Ones". Already being tagged as Ritual Rock, Blessedly Doomed, and Deranged Blues - this album will scratch the itch of folks who like their Rock to be dark, moody, and easy to sing along to.6 tracks filled with slide guitars, vibraphone, fuzz-drenched leads, exotic drumming, melodic vocals, and Earth moving low end.

$10.00