dinsdag 10 december 2019

The Number One album of 2012


The Number One album of 2012

Before we start the Countdown of 2019 we look back at those past 10 years of Stoner HiVe. We know it is now the eleventh edition of the Countdown. But we celebrate 10 years. 10 years of heavy riffs, romps and stomps! 10 years of heavy magic! That all started back in 2009 when the blog started, just so we would have a vehicle to count down the best 20 albums of 2009. The edition of 2012 had 56 lists to tally which of course made the outcome even more valid then when we started three years earlier. That list, deduced out of the lists sent in by 56 heavy music fiends,  started with Major Kong – Doom For The Black Sun on Number 20. It featured Graveyard and their Lights Out album on Number 3 and the amazing Kadavar album by well, Kadavar on Number 2. For the entire Top 20, visit the Countdown So Far post on Stoner HiVe… But what album ended up on the Number One position back in 2012... We wrote:

“I guess there’s only one way and one place to end this list truly righteous and beautifully poetic. For it is the year of Sweden and of a lust for that vintage feeling of musical magic. So it is fitting that these guys that sparked so many of the bands we listen to ended up on the Number One position. For they themselves honor the music that inspired them and most of the other great releases this year. With twenty points more than Kadavar they pay homage to the heavy and darkened sounds of yore and exhume a dusty brown air of nostalgia but never one that is stale or forlorn. In fact their vintage atmosphere has a loud and modern feeling to it. Which is something they might have to thank their new members for. It is mystical music that speaks of ancient legends and conjures up visions of true artists fighting their way out of kaleidoscopic straightjackets of their own making. And cast away they dare to take flight in a new fashion that takes some getting used to. But once the buttons are buttoned; it is snug and fits like a glove!”

And we were honored to have Madman Tony Maim revisit the album and yell something about it in our ears… “After a five year absence, Witchcraft returned with an album that took them from their retro-rock roots into a band that sounded modern and heavy. A cleaner sound that kept the distortion up but the muddiness at bay. I seem to remember a lot of old time fans did not like this change but then, as now – grow up. I like it when bands evolve and do not keep churning the same album out again and again. These tracks have stood the test of time and writing this review gave me an excuse to blast it out again at full volume.”

Witchcraft – Legend



(For the rest of the Top 20 of 2012, that very first one, visit the Countdown So Far post on the blog...)

The Number One album of 2011


The Number One album of 2011

Before we start the Countdown of 2019 we look back at those past 10 years of Stoner HiVe. We know it is now the eleventh edition of the Countdown. But we celebrate 10 years. 10 years of heavy riffs, romps and stomps! 10 years of heavy magic! That all started back in 2009 when the blog started, just so we would have a vehicle to count down the best 20 albums of 2009. The edition of 2011 had 48 lists to tally which of course made the outcome even more valid then when we started two years earlier. That list, deduced out of the lists sent in by 48 heavy music fiends,  started with DeWolff – Orchards / Lupine on Number 20. It featured Lo-Pan and their Salvador album on Number 3 and the amazing Hisingen Blues album by Graveyard on Number 2. So what album beat even that one to the Number One position back in 2011... (For the rest of the Top 20 of 2011, visit the Countdown So Far post on the blog...) We wrote:

“We have come to the absolute winner of 2011. The gold medallist so to speak. These young puppies ended up as top dog after a gigantic sprint in the end in which they overtook Graveyard, Skraeckoedlan and Lo-Pan, which occupied the first place for the first few weeks. Their sophomore album keeps in vein with all the retromania records that have been released in 2011; but this time around they use the seventies doom variation foremost and add to this a fuzzy groove that surfs over the sound waves like a mad Hawaiian sea cowboy. And even with their progressive sound structures they still remain droning and hypnotic with an ever present cosmic and psychedelic feel to it. It gives new meaning to the word heavy and uses the blues roots in a distinctive, personal and excellent way. It flows in a melodic way that is unparalleled and delivers after every build up in their own way without aiming to be explosive all the time. They know how to be subtle, they know what silence is all about and know when the fires of old must burn and burn and char and destroy. As if these guys know the old soul of the world and have been here for many a year…”

And this record, to be honest, still gets spun on a fairly regular basis. It was the album that started the infatuation with the three from Elder. Dead Roots Stirring still has something special. It might truly be one of the best ten albums of the decade. The progressive side of it offset by the psychedelic meandering brings out the best of these three. It soon become this otherworldly current that has you envisioning recurring riffs, recurring hooks that aren’t really there or are they? And after that seminal release they took the world by storm nobody seemed to be able to outmaneuver Elder. And guess what, it still is one hell of a record!

Elder – Dead Roots Stirring 

maandag 9 december 2019

The Number One album of 2010


The Number One album of 2010

Before we start the Countdown of 2019 we look back at those past 10 years of Stoner HiVe. We know it is now the eleventh edition of the Countdown. But we celebrate 10 years. 10 years of heavy riffs, romps and stomps! 10 years of heavy magic! That all started back in 2009 when the blog started to have a vehicle to count down the best 20 albums of 2009. The edition of 2010 had 37 lists to tally which ofcourse made the outcome even more valid for that year. That list, deduced out of the lists sent in by 37 heavy music fiends,  started with Endless Boogie – Full House Head on Number 20. It featured Sasquatch – III on Number 3 and the amazing Been Obscene - The Magic Table Dance on Number 2. About the Number One album from 2010 we wrote:

“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…”

We were honored to have Kyle aka Shasta Beast revisit the album for the HiVe…  “A long, long time ago in a HiVe far, far away, the number one place in 2010's countdown was awarded to Black Masses, the seventh entry in the long and storied career of misanthropic doom legends Electric Wizard. Continuing the group's mastery of evil down-tuned audio, upon its release Black Masses was a departure from the cleaner (by Wizard standards), more droning riffage of 2007's "Witchcult Today", wielding a crushing wall of sound coated in haze and filth that called to mind the legendary tones of "Dopesmoker". Amidst all the noise, however, were catchy and driving riffs, particularly those of "Black Mass" and "Venus in Furs", that hinted at the sleek and modern self-described boogie to come on 2017's divisive "Wizard Bloody Wizard". Taking all this into account, revisiting the album is an unexpected delight, as Black Masses shows the Wizard at some of their most energetic and adventurous, from the swirling riffs, psyched out solo, and tribal drums of the excellent "Patterns of Evil" to closer "Crypt of Drugula", a nine minute instrumental creepshow straight from a horror movie, complete with thunder and creaking, otherwordly feedback. In retrospect, Black Masses was a unique and transitional milestone between the Wizard of yore and today, and even buried among such a deep and consistently impressive catalog, the album is a standout and without a doubt still earns its warped and hellish throne at number one.”


Electric Wizard - Black Masses



(For the rest of the Top 20 of 2010, visit the Countdown So Far post on the blog...)

zondag 8 december 2019

The Number One album of 2009


The Number One album of 2009

Before we start the Countdown of 2019 we look back at those past 10 years of Stoner HiVe. We know it is now the eleventh edition of the Countdown. But we celebrate 10 years. 10 years of heavy riffs, romps and stomps! 10 years of heavy magic! That all started back in 2009 when the blog started to have a vehicle to count down the best 20 albums of 2009. A list deduced out of eighteen sent in lists. (One list came in later, but was counted anyway.) It resulted in a countdown that started on Number 20 with the Palm Desert album Dawn Of The Burning Sun and found Feuerzeug’s  Drive Fast And Crash on third position and Crack The Skye by Mastodon on Number 2. But what was the Number 1 album from 2009 according to those eighteen heavy music fiends? 

We wrote: “…produced by the masters of meditative atmospheric doom and minimalistic metal. Heavy like a blackhole and loud as a sun storm. Recorded with fifty percent new blood; there is a new drummer in this two-piece; the album does take on a different approach then earlier ones. The search for the perfect tone, the godlike chord continues but with a bit more frivolous instrumentation. Powerful and graceful; less a dead beast dragging itself towards its inevitable end and more that of contemplative remembrance of how existence started…”

And we must conclude, unfortunately, that we have not listened to this album all that much in recent years. Hell, not at all since 2011, we think. And so when revisiting it for this little piece, we do understand why it ended high on that first edition of the Stoner HiVe Top 20 Countdown. It still retained that meditative quality and projected the artists as deviant cult leaders. Yet, after these many years, so many cults have come and gone, the minimalistic approach has become a bit stale or simply a bit too easy. Without any doubt there are moments of beauty and even brilliance on those four tracks and especially the nineteen minute opener Thebes. But these are mere glimpses of bright light that die away pretty fast; soon God Is Good becomes clichéd and almost frustrating. Cause you remember reaching enlightenment through OM and now there is only rage when the flute drops in. What happened? Did the world move on? Has the listener been treated to so much meditative heaviness that this sounds old and dated? Or was it never that good to begin with? We don’t know. All we know is that the Number One album from 2009 does not seem to grace our ears much nowadays… How about yours?

Om – God is Good


(For the rest of the Top 20 of 2009, that very first one, visit the Countdown So Far post on the blog...)

Doom Charts 2019 Favorites – Reek of Stoom




First up on the personal favorites posts of the Doom Charts Contributors on the Doom Charts page is our very own and lovely Reek of STOOM. Our buddy has been making waves ever since joining the Doom Charts and lending his ears and hands to Doomed & Stoned. For which he is now doing a weekly rundown and he ofcourse was responsible for the amazing Doomed & Stoned In England !  Head on over to the Doom Charts and check out the amazing selection of twenty Reek of STOOM chose as his very favorite ones of 2019!


O' and there are four days left to send your list of favorite albums to our EMAIL !

zaterdag 7 december 2019

Sonic Moon – Usually I Don’t Care For Flowers


Sonic Moon – Usually I Don’t Care For Flowers
Self released – 2019
Rock, Stoner, Psych, Grunge, Noise
Rated: ****

We’re visiting Denmark for the Five-track EP Usually I Don’t Care For Flowers. A complete DIY production by the five crazies from Aarhus that formed the band Sonic Moon somewhere around 2016. And yes, we know, there are other bands called Sonic Moon, making it more difficult for this one to catch everyone’s attention. Which they definitely deserve! Cause the five tracks on this sweet little release are simply stated: damn freakin good! It feels like a Scandinavian take on stoner, desert and grunge. That warm heavy embrace we all love so much sounds colder, windswept and icy. Perhaps that’s because they use some noisy influences and have a grunge take on their sound that is intensely blue. Even though they went with the color pink for the cd packaging, there is a definite blue sound here. A strange color blue. They’re sixteen tons heavy and on the move! Indeed, the first half of the release also have this tiny Madrugada vibe before the grunge gets turned up on the later half. Which is darker still, brooding and almost ominous. Damn these guys can sure set a scene and create an intense atmosphere… Sit down, grab your headphones, turn off the lights and dive deep into the Sonic Moon!

(Written by JK)




Kamchatka – Hoodoo Lightning


Kamchatka – Hoodoo Lightning
Kamchatka Music / Border Music / TNO Recordings – 2019
Rock, Blues
Rated: *****

We have been smitten with Kamchatka for a very long time and when that 2014 album came out our love was cast in gold, set in stone and tattooed on our bones! And we were right! The first four of Swedish trio Kamchatka were already bloody amazing and managed to shine a light on the various influences they had. But then, back in 2014, there was The Search Goes On. An album so perfect we all knew these cats met the Devil on the crossroads. Everything that came before was executed with so much soul and spirit, it simply spilled over the edges. And when that happens a follow-up album can never be THAT good. Long Road Made Of Gold wasn’t bad but could not hold a candle to the one that came before. But now, after another four years, we are treated to a righteous continuation of that wonderful earthshattering album. Hoodoo Lightning spins around its axis on very powerful and fast paces blues. Hardrock grafted on that seventies spirit, full of energy and a majestic groove. The first two track seem to serve as whirling intro to take the listener to a state of bliss  before the dark magic truly explodes! Highly addictive!

(Written by JK)




Orodruin – Ruins Of Eternity


Orodruin – Ruins Of Eternity
Cruz Del Sur Music – 2019
Rock, Metal, Doom,
Rated: ****

We wonder what the exact reasons were behind the long pause. We also wonder what the reasons were for the re-emergence of this awesome band. For as we already jotted down for the Doom Charts: It was right after last months edition when Ruins of Eternity by the Orodruin trio came into the collective peripheral vision of the Doom Chart Contributors. It immediately caused a stir and all of the doom metal fanatics went all rubber and extremely giddy. For the nine tracks on this sophomore release (after a sixteen year hiatus) are all filled with metal, parts NWOBHW and loads of proto metal and seventies doom. This is intense and pure doom songcraft, essential down to the very fiber of everything we love about doom and metal. With grace, with poise and with attitude! There shall be no quarter asked and surely none given. Orodruin is back to show the squares some class!

(Written by JK)



vrijdag 6 december 2019

BASK – III


BASK – III
Season of Mist – 2019
Rock, Stoner, Doom, Psych, Prog, Americana
Rated: ****

We had to revisit the III album by Bask to write the blurb for the Doom Charts. We knew we had definitely dug the record but to what extend we were unsure. What was it again that made it all that special? Well, here is what we wrote for the Doom Charts… The progressive take on their stoner metal sound, with all of that post-rock, doom and heavy psychedelic goodness is worth every minute of your time. The Bask quartet crafted something vibrant, clear and thoughtful, there is no note out of place on  III or awkward time signature anywhere to be found. Indeed, there is something spiritual about the entire atmosphere. Something worthwhile and something that will guide along a path to something holy. It feels like you are swimming in the most wonderfully clear lake of water. And those Americana moments, yes Americana, add even more glory to something that is already so lively, high spirited and full of energy. The III album is without a doubt extremely meticulous and highly melodic; something we can really fall in love with...

(Written by JK)



woensdag 4 december 2019

The Doom Chart for November 2019


Doom Charts

    “Did you know that there’s an acceptable level of rat turds that can go into candy bars? It’s the government, jack. Even government doesn’t care that much about quality. You know what is okay to put in hot dogs? Huh? Pig lips and assholes. But I say, hey, have at it bitches ’cause I love hot dogs.”  ~ Jesse Pinkman

Well hot dog we’re back with another round of ear candy, giving you 30 of the most popular albums within the heavy underground, voted on by the Contributors listed at the bottom of the page. If the government doesn’t care about quality of candy bars or hot dogs, it certainly lacks an interest in the underground stoner / doom scene, and that’s fine by us. What we lack in sales we make up for in quality and integrity. The November Charts bring us one month closer to the end of a decade, which will go down in the books as a quintessential period of hard and heavy music…

Right on Bucky! That’s very very very true! The HiVe has been around for that decade and has loved every heavy minute of it. All those albums we heard upon release, the ones we mentioned and the ones we discovered much later. Exactly 292 different albums got voted for this month and we mention the top 30 of those. Age of Aquarius by Villagers Of Ioannina City, a favorite among the HiVe crew and especially Doktor420, just missed it on the 31st spot. And Kreuzung by Mammoth Mammoth which we mentioned last week was 32nd. Just think of all the albums way down on the list. Someone is still very much digging it. Some of which might climb next month because they have not yet been heard by everyone. Some are still being voted for by someone still so much in love with an album from a few months ago. And some speak to even a smaller niche within the Heavy Underground that it might never rise to make the end list. What will be the fate for Demons From The Deep by Zivatar for instance? Which we find down where only one or two contributors voted for them. I for one had not yet heard it. Or The Whole Of Each Eye by Abronia? Both completely different and both damn fine albums… No rat turds… Anywhere on the entire list…

Welcome to Doom Charts, representing some of the finest bloggers, journalists, radio, podcasters and album reviewers from the heavy underground around the globe.  Each month, our critics submit their picks for the best new doom, sludge metal, stoner-psychedelic and heavy rock albums.  The results are compiled and tabulated into the chart below.  This is a one-stop shop for the best new albums in the world…

maandag 2 december 2019

Stoner HiVe’s Top 10 Most Listened To Albums Last Month…


Stoner HiVe’s
Top 10 Most Listened To Albums Last Month…


There’s a new Doom Chart on the horizon. Are you ready for that? I think one or two of the ones mentioned here might make it? Three of the TOP 10 above would also make it to the Most Listened to albums of Last Week. Cause Chelsea Wolfe’s new album Birth Of Violence keeps getting spun. As well as the awesome Immanent Fire record by Emily Jane White. Who, for the Dutch freaks out there is currently touring the Netherlands. She will play Cacaofabriek, Helmond tomorrow for instance. And the album accompanies my current reading material as if they were made for eachother: The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells. And the other is Solace and their The Brink album, out through Blues Funeral Recordings. Their sounds keeps moving back into time when all the heavy goodness started and The Brink brings their stoner metal, doom twist and old school atmosphere in pure glowing brilliance. It will give you goosebumps and make you feel hot and cold all over! Classic in every sense of the word!  Two others that aren’t on this last but were often listened to last week were Tainted Lady and their Sounds Like Freedom-Feels Like War release and Gourrama by The Shattered Mine Machine. Both definitely need your ears! And the HiVe needs your help! Did you see the first post about the Stoner HiVe Top 20 Countdown of 2019 go up? If not, go read it, if so, get cracking on your list of favorite albums and send it to us before December 12! (Send it HERE!) And hey, this year all the sent in lists also compete for a little lottery giveaway thingy… So… Check’m out… Check’m all out!

zondag 1 december 2019

Stoner HiVe Top 20 Countdown of 2019




Stoner HiVe Top 20 Countdown of 2019


On the 11th of December 2009 the Stoner HiVe blog started. In honor of all the freaks in the HiVe. All those heavy music fiends that love the good stuff in whatever shape or form. The blog started to have a vehicle to Countdown the best 20 albums of that year. For the first years the blog never promoted itself or even featured on other social media outlets. We are still not that visible or that around. But we continue on nonetheless. Simply because we love all those heavy albums that are being released in such amazing numbers, and yes, we still stagger backwards or fall from our chair each time we realize the total number of albums listened to in one year. And we then realize there are even more…

So, this is once again a call to action. Cause the Stoner HiVe Top 20 Countdown of 2019 can only happen with your help. That first year, back in 2009, the end result got deduced from only 17 lists. But it slowly grew every year. Last year it halted on 79 lists. So, we implore all of you out there, the ones that already participated before to send in your lists once again. And then tap your neighbor’s shoulder and get him to send one in as well. Cause it would be cool, to reach a 100 for this years anniversary…

The rules are simple… Send in a list of your favorite albums to our EMAIL. They should be released in 2019. (Or after December 12, 2018) Send it in before December 12! And on the 13th of December we start the countdown. You can send over a Top 5, a Top 10, a Top 20, a Top 100 or even more. You decide what the best albums are; according to you. All lists will then be tabulated into one final Top 20!

Indeed, we don’t have one of those sweet poll’s the majestic JJ Koczan has on his The Obelisk. But we’ve been able to do it manually every year, even though the time and energy it takes keeps getting more and more. But hey, we love doing it!  In honor of all those heavy albums, those heavy bands and you heavy fans!

So, you’ve got your list ready for The Obelisk… You’ve got your list ready for something else?  Send it to our EMAIL as well! And since we’ve been around for 10 years. We will perform a lottery among all the cats that manage to send in their lists before December 12! What?! Yes, you will also be able to win something…

Send your list of favorite albums from 2019! HERE


donderdag 28 november 2019

Chelsea Wolfe – Birth Of Violence


Chelsea Wolfe – Birth Of Violence
Sargent House – 2019
Rock, Folk, Dark
Rated: *****

We never got around to truly mentioning that amazing album from 2017 called Hiss Spun. But now that Chelsea Wolfe returns with follow-up Birth Of Violence we can remedy our fault! Sure, Hiss Spun was much heavier and louder and used a mixture of sludge and doom to add grime and texture to her dark folk and wonderful voice. This time around there are still heavy moments and intense layers but she decided to remain more in her dark folk territory; moving towards that ghostly atmosphere and that hits just as hard. Which goes to show how powerful her voice and persona is. Strong, commanding and clear but also ethereal and unnerving. Which adds to the already eerie and sparingly used percussion. The entire record quickly become this almost blood curdling experience and is without a doubt as scary as a lone night in a haunted forest. Enchanting and intoxicating are other words that come to mind when trying to describe this record. But all of them fall short of really explaining all those feelings one experiences when listening to Chelsea Wolfe. What a record…

(Written by JK)




woensdag 27 november 2019

Speedealer – Blue Days Black Nights


Speedealer – Blue Days Black Nights
Self released / Fly PR – 2019
Rock, Speed, Punk, Metal, Hardcore, Sludge
Rated: ****

It’s been fifteen years since Speedealer dissolved. It’s been fifteen years and I wonder if it, at least in part, was Rich’s doing? Or if the band had just run its course? Well, it was a fan’s doing, and that fan’s wedding, they got back together under the name Dealers Choice. And now, only a little while later, there’s a new album! Blue Days Black Nights, it’s the fast paced doom and gloom and depression and fuck it all up sound we know from their earlier work and which has now been distilled to a hundred percent proof speedball! With Daniel Barron from The Swingin’ Dicks as the new vocalist this new incarnation of legendary Speedealer seems to be ready for everything. Cause their coherent fast paced punk and metal keeps diving into different territories that always keeps the Speedealer hancock going. A bit of hardcore here or sludge there, it all sounds like those crazies we all knew and loved back around the turn of the millennium. It’s powerful, angry and full of grit! It’s the good shit, absolutely pure and we're glad we finally have our dealer back!

(Written by JK)




maandag 25 november 2019

Phantom Druid - Red Eyes/Sacred Sabbath + Burning Truth/Autumn Shroud


Phantom Druid - Red Eyes/Sacred Sabbath + Burning Truth/Autumn Shroud
Self released - 2019
Doom, Stoner
Rated: ****

Presenting a double feature of doom, the Netherlands' one-man band that is Phantom Druid graced us with two 2-track releases in the past few months, offering up classic Sabbathian doom with earth-moving guitar tones and equally menacing vocals. Mastermind Tjeerd de Jong's two splits span a range of influences, starting with the marching, Iommic riffing of Red Eyes/Sacred Sabbath before downshifting into the wall-of-sound and lumbering nod of Burning Truth/Autumn Shroud, taking more cues from Cathedral than Sabbath. Throughout all four tracks the atmosphere is one of unrelenting menace, aided by tectonic low end and tones that saw through gravel; exhibit A, the opening riff of "Autumn Shroud". Of particular note as well are the excellent vocals, evoking Ozzy's keens in the first split and echoing the almost spoken-word stylings of Lee Dorrian in the second, with some Alice in Chains self-harmonizing thrown in for good measure. With such commanding guitar and vocals, the minimalist drumming is a perfect fit, building a solid foundation with which to drive forward the churn and plod while leaving just enough space to let it all crash down. Phantom Druid brings a crushing take on doom's masters of old, bearing a weight of tone that justifies a double-take at the one-man roster, and a classic voice that was tailor made for the genre. Hats off to this lone vision of doom.

(Written by Kyle / Shastabeast)



Mammoth Mammoth – Kreuzung


Mammoth Mammoth – Kreuzung
Napalm Records – 2019
Rock, Hard, Pub, Speed, Stoner
Rated: ****

Sure, you can move from Australia to Germany and continue the band making it all bigger and better and bolder and rougher and tougher. There have been artists before you that did the very same thing. And for the guys from Mammoth Mammoth it was the absolute right thing! The sound is high speed, double energy pub rock, hard rock and stoner. Every song on Kreuzung is a bullseye on its own and all of them pound and hammer and sledge their way into your heart and in a direct line to the bar. It's a speedball to the main nerve! This is the speedrock we all need when we are feeling low and the night is young, this is drink music for the rock ‘n roll spirit for the last in the bar and the lost in the gutter. Missing Motörhead? Check out Mammoth Mammoth! Need more AC/DC? Check out Mammoth Mammoth! Indeed, hard rocking excellence that fumes and grooves and revs you up the right way!

(Written by JK)



Mammoth Mammoth - Kreuzung



Mammoth Mammoth - Kreuzung 

The first single and video for their damn wild, speed rocking album Kreuzung! Check out the video and check out the new Mammoth Mammoth album!