maandag 4 december 2017

Stoner HiVe’s Top 5 Artists listened to last week…

Stoner HiVe’s 
Top 5 Artists listened to last week…

The November Doom Charts are out there. That’s the real deal. So, head on over there and catch up on 25 of the most played records among the heavy rock community. But over here, in the HiVe, we’ve been spinning the following 5 the most. Purple Hill Witch! Wow. Simply wow. Sonically we are served a mixture of seventies inspired rock, stoner, hardrock, doom with tasty psychedelic and occult offerings, with a bit of prog and whole lot of freakin magic! For that is what Purple Hill Witch does, they enchant you for seven tracks straight. It sounds like days long gone, it sounds lo-fi and grimy and it sounds absolutely wonderful! Disastroid keeps getting spun as well. And you all know why. We mentioned those freaks last week. ‘An almost funky take on stoner and grunge, with sludgy overtones and Disastroid’s signature breaks and time shifts which reminds of math-rock.’ And then some! Check their new album Screen out. It is freakin good! Our fellow Dutchmen of  Rise Of The Wood have delivered a new album called: First Seed. We already loved their 2015 self-titled one. But this one definitely ups the ante. Fireball Ministry decided to release an album after a holy seven years. Remember The Story, out on Cleopatra Records, is filled with classic hardrock, classic metal and all executed with fuzz precision and a desert attitude. Adding a great record to the liturgy of all the riff preachers and hook evangelists out there. I came in late to the Red Scalp party. Or is the party only just getting started? Cause Lost Ghosts is for me already a contender for the high spots of the Stoner HiVe Top 20 Countdown of 2017. What an album! Which reminds me. It’s about time you lovely freaks out there start sending in your lists to ! We need to prepare for the Top 20 Countdown!

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