Category Archives: psych rock

Dead Kosmonaut – “Gravitas”

I’d never heard of the Swedish band Dead Kosmonaut before getting sent this promo but I liked the description so I gave it a shot. They definitely merge Sabbath and Maiden but also have a Uriah Heep vibe going as … Continue reading

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Sue’s Sweet Sixteen of 2019

My 2019 Sweet Sixteen “best of” studio albums list includes a reissue with new tracks added, because…. This was a great year for music, here are some albums that made an impression with me upon my first listen. Not definitive … Continue reading

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PH – “Osiris Hayden”

The album Osiris Hayden is the fifth release from the Finnish band that was known as Mr. Peter Hayden, now PH. Osiris was a god in ancient Egypt who was considered the Lord of the Earth, life, death and resurrection. … Continue reading

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Year of the Cobra – “Ash And Dust”

In four years, Year of the Cobra have managed to cement themselves in the stoner/doom realm as an absolute powerhouse duo. Truly, what else could you ever want or need in a great stoner band? Pounding drums, fuzzy, heavy bass, … Continue reading

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Kadavar – “For The Dead Travel Fast”

 With Halloween coming up, it’s that time of year that I delve deeper into my love of horror than the rest of the year (more R’lyeh than Mariana Trench level deep). So when I heard Kadavar was coming out with … Continue reading

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Lost Crowns – “Every Night Something Happens”

I’m not a musician, though I can create some noises with a couple of instruments. So I usually talk about how music sounds to me in ways that are not explained in very technical music terms but rather how the … Continue reading

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