Doomcakes’ Top 9 Albums of November

Doomcakes’ Top 9 Albums of November: After diving into the month’s new releases, Stephanie has compiled a list of nine standout albums for the Doom Charts. These specially-curated picks feature a host of talented bands and a variety of music genres including retro rock, space rock, stoner rock and more. The selection was guided by a commitment to quality and uniqueness, ensuring the music truly stands apart.

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Clean and Sober Stoner Top 10 albums of November

Top 10 albums of November: I know that a lot of us are probably a little panicked at the amount of work ahead of us as we slide into December. I feel the urge, the temptation to wrap 2023 in a nice package and a shiny bow. In the meantime, we still have 30 days left in a year this has been absolutely fantastic across the entire spectrum of the heavy underground.

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Doomcakes’ Most Listened: November 26

The post discusses several standout music releases, highlighting Fool’s Idol’s Autumn EP for its blend of punk energy with serene elements, Valley of the Sun’s The Sayings of the Seers for its uplifting stoner-alternative rock experience, and Seedy Jeezus for their feel-good energy. A single track, Wrong Eyes from No Skull, and albums from Damage Therapy and Electric Wizard are also appreciated for their unique elements and contributions to the garage rock and doom metal genres respectively.

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Stoned Jesus: Father Light

It’s probably safe to say that if you’re here, you know of a little band from Kiev called Stoned Jesus. These guys have been making amazing stoner/doom music for over a decade now, and they released their latest album, Father Light, in March of this year. This is the band’s first release in five years, […]

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Skull Servant: Traditional Black Magicks II

Skull Servant’s Traditional Black Magicks II has been praised for its outstanding guitar work and unique lyrics. The album, despite being filled with low fidelity recording, received admiration from critics for its “nuts and bolts musicianship”. Critics encourage the band to better their recording quality while maintaining their talent for their next release, showing appreciation for the band’s authenticity and fearlessness in their performances.

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Doomcakes’ Most Listened: November 19th

Doomcakes describes her music listens for the week and the discovery of new releases despite the busy period. Highlights include John Garcia’s self-titled debut album, Pearl Jam’s ‘Rearviewmirror’, and singles from Yeast Machine, and 1000mods. The writer also enjoyed songs from Wet Cactus and Colour Haze. The eclectic list attests to a week spent uncovering music from various corners of the audio-web.

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Doomcakes’ Most Listened: November 12th

Doomcakes shares a nostalgic retrospective of classic albums while also highlighting a new release in the mix. The week’s theme is termed “The Classics”, reviewing albums from Dozer, The Pixies, Kyuss, Monster Magnet, Melvins, and a new release from AcidSitter. Across genres from stoner/desert rock to grunge and alternative, the author reminisces and appreciates the power of the old tunes alongside newer sounds.

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Aiwass: The Falling

“Aiwass: The Falling,” the top-ranking album on Bandcamp, is garnering attention for its unique, conceptual approach. Beyond its musical innovation, the album offers in-depth exploration of subjects like the Golden Dawn and Western Mysticism. Aiwass constructs the album on lived experiences, beyond just referencing these themes. Many laud it as one of the best albums of the year and anticipate its potential as a legacy work, marking a significant evolutionary step for the band.

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