Doom Capital – Review

March 7, 2005

Spans four generations of doom from bands. It’s paced well, starts off with a great Clutch tune and continues with new, rare and exclusive tracks

Dataclast vs. The Earwigs – Review

October 22, 2003

Dataclast’s distorto-growl is lanced off old black/grind LPs and synthetic fuzz via DHR’s discography. The Earwigs remind me of “industrial noise” before dance music and arena rock got mixed in it.

Weedeater – Sixteen Tons – Review

January 3, 2003

Weedeater articulates the frustration and despair of being trapped in a mere body of nerves and bone with the modern rock version of the blues: Grinding doom.

Totimoshi – Mysterioso? – Review

January 3, 2003

A classic power trio line-up, they winnow the noise/crank stream of the Touch & Go/Boner/Relapse labels into the cool aspects of wadded-up hard rock.

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