Dopelord creates a sound all their own on “Children of the Haze,” blending stoner rock and doom with a touch of magic. This contagious, riff heavy album does exactly what it wants to.
The next time you find yourself thinking about the vastness of space and other enigmas of the universe, or if you simply want an appropriate soundtrack for self-abnegation, Spaceslug has you covered.
As stoner rock gets more international, Sweden’s Descarado offers us an addition to the genre that could have been written in Palm Desert in 1992. “Odd” hits just the right notes to evoke the desert rock we love so much.
This is the soundtrack for your next house party, practically guaranteed to get people in the mood for fun. These tunes are anthemic, and in little more than a half hour Churchhouse Creepers will have your head banging, your body sweating, and your voice tired of singing along.
The eight songs on Rock n Roll Holocause are full of fun filth. There are so many crunchy, groovy riffs here, powering vocal melodies that drip with self-confidence. The album liner notes instruct the listener to “Take drugs and worship Satan, rock n rollers!!!” Everyone’s having fun at this party.