Cambrian Explosion – Moon – EP Review

Following their debut EP ‘The Sun’, Cambrian Explosion are back with a new EP entitled ‘The Moon’. From Portland, Oregon, these four incredible musicians have banded together to create a concoction of psych, prog and rock. With pristine production values and carefully constructed pieces of music it is a pleasure to listen to from start…

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Dark Neccessities

The long awaited return of the Red Hot Chili Peppers is here as the Californians share a first taste of their upcoming eleventh studio album – “The Getaway”. On their last outing “I’m With You”, released in 2011, the band welcomed their new guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, who had the somewhat challenging task of filling the…

Mt. Mountain – Cosmos Terros – Album Review

Mt. Mountain – ‘Cosmos Terros’ – Album ReviewAustralia’s Mt. Mountain have been working their way around the scene down under, playing with household names such as Sleep and more recently Kadavar. Following two EPs comes their debut LP – ‘Cosmos Terros’ – released on April 22nd 2016. Although this review is split into individual thoughts…

Sunnata – ‘Zorya’ – Album Review

Emerging from Warsaw, Poland in 2008 came the ritualistic heavy rockers Sunnata who, after gathering some attention at European festivals such as Desertfest and Days of the Ceremony, and since releasing their debut full length album ‘Climbing the Colossus’ back in the March of 2014, have gathered some success in the underground heavy scene of…

Music Review: Naxatras

Hailing from Thessaloniki, Greece, Naxatras bring psychedelic groove and fuzz in a raw, old school approach that makes you wonder at times if these guys have actually time travelled from the 1970’s. They strip back all of the layers of fancy production and pristine packaging and instead keep it as real as possible. This 3…

Elephant Tree – Dawn – Song Review

After catching Elephant Tree by chance last year at the mighty Red Sun festival in Cardiff, Wales I have been waiting for more music and more shows. Well that time has come. Formed in London, these guys have been working hard at finding that perfect blend of hard hitting, doom ridden rock mixed with clean,…

Karma to Burn ’62’ – music video review. 

From their new 2016 release ‘Mountain Czar’, West Virginia rockers Karma to Burn present the official video for the song which, following a band tradition, is simply given a number instead of a name – ‘62’. The only exception to this is the rare occasion a song includes vocals. However, Karma to Burn are for…