zondag 26 december 2010

Number 1


Number 1




THE GOLD MEDAL





The number one album according to 37 lists sent in by the Stoner HiVe peeps; the one that bested number two with a mere six points difference; the one that received the double amount of points that number three received, is a band that has been around since 1993 and released their seventh record this year. And after only a few tones you know that this record continues where the fantastic Witchcult Today left off. Occult and bloody tales of devil-worship and hallucinogenic fantasies full satyrs and other fun scum. With a pure underground seventies sound we are treated to eight ostracisions that are both haunting and hypnotic. Furious bass; droning riffs and a voice that wails as heavy as the guitars provide a wall of sound that feels like a mythical castle to some otherworld creature. It is once again a dark and twisted record that must have been invoked by Lucifer himself. A Mass so great that its addictive power sucks you in leaves you nothing but the humming Blackness of these electrified magicians! The gold medal goes to; the number one album of 2010 according to the Stone HiVe Freaks is:



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3 opmerkingen:

  1. Happy New Year everyone; may 2011 bring all you desire! Hope all of ya enjoyed the Stoner HiVe Ultimate top 20 of 2011! (And we will certainly do this again next year; when we hope to break the 40 or 50 sent in lists barrier?)

    And I wonder if everyone was as surprised as me to see the huge difference between the amount of votes the top 2 got and the number 3... The fact that newcomer Been Obscene got this high; and Electric Wizard first?

    I thoroughly enjoyed the hell out of maself once again! (Even though updating via phone isn't perfect...)

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  2. Enjoyed the top stuff of 2010

    Shame every link to your No.1 is dead

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  3. Yep; the Wizards are keen in deleting the links!

    Luckily there is always Bubba who will come to the rescue!

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