“Once you start down the Doom Charts path, forever will it dominate your destiny. Consume you, it will.” ~ Yoda April has been heavy! Heavy on all … DOOM CHARTS – APRIL 2023Read More DOOM CHARTS – APRIL 2023
I also love their name: no goats were harmed in the making of the band. Big sigh of relief!Read More The Single Life: Shadow of Jupiter Crosses the Bridge of Sighs
But here it is: the best of the best that I listened to this month. These are the exact titles in the exact order that I submitted to the Doom Charts. I’m opting to start at #1 this month, and not do the countdown thing. As always, ANY of these coulda been the best for me, and might be for you.Read More My Top 10 Stoner/Doom Releases: April, 2023
“Less is not more… More is more…” ~ Dolly Parton Here we are again, the final Friday of the month… With the new Peroration list. And even more than … Doom Charts Peroration – March 2023Read More Doom Charts Peroration – March 2023
nd yet, it goes beyond that. Because these moogerfoogers sound like they’re having a BLAST pumping out some of the most magically delicious tunes I’ve heard all year. Everyone gets the spotlight at the party. A band of equals who give one another room to do their thang. It’s fucking intoxicating.Read More Faerie King: Weary Traveler
FAERIE RING – WEARY TRAVELER By all the hallowed doom gods, we are sure you saw this album pass before your eyes at least once in the past week! On … FRIDAY FREEBIE – FAERIE RINGRead More FRIDAY FREEBIE – FAERIE RING
There’s an old concept in science called “the observer effect,” where just observing something changes it. In counseling, there’s the “observer-effect bias.” I think people in treatment can intuitively feel when that’s happening.Read More 30 Years of Heavy Recovery: Chapter 5- Thirty
Nothing can capture what We Follow the Earth unleashes in their debut, Lightbearer. Bottom Line Up Front (BLUF): if you love Doom on a cosmic level, buy this moogerfooger NOW! Don’t even waste your time reading this Quckie review. Just buy it. Okay?Read More Late to the Party: We Follow the Earth Dooms with Lightbearer!!!
If anything, losing to Jethro Tull simply endeared Metallica to us even more deeply. They became our heroes, symbols of our innermost selves, struggling to make it in the marketplace that frankly didn’t give a shit about us or our music.Read More Metallica: the Great Betrayal
This is the kind of “fame” that Mean Green is dealing with, right now. They went from being totally obscure in their niche in Boone, to hundreds of people being aware of them, buying their album and wanting to see them. I think it’s a scary spot to be in. It’s hard to make sense of it, hard to know what to do with it.Read More Mean Green: How Mean is the Green?