EXCLUSIVE VIDEO PREMIERE: Void of Sleep – “Unfair Judgement”

Italian Progressive Stoner Sludge band Void of Sleep will release their mammoth new album Metaphora on March 27th via Aural Music. Ghost Cult is teaming up with the band to bring you their amazing new video for “Unfair Judgement”! The clip, much like the song, is forboding, complex, and emotional. The video stars Starring Edo Tagliavini and Fausto Fori, was filmed by Gerardo Lamattina & cinematography by Gerardo Lamattina Film, with editing by Edo Talgiavini. It was written and directed by Edo Tagliavini and Gerardo Lamattina, who as you can tell, are great visual storytellers. Check out this video now and pre-order the album at the link below! Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Void of Sleep Shares – “Metaphora” Album Teaser Trailer

Badass Italian Progressive Stoner/Sludge band Void of Sleep is bringing forth what promises to be an immense new album on March 27th when they release Metaphora, via the Aural Music label. Their third full-length and fifth release overall will be the culmination of nearly ten years of creating spaced-out, heavy, and complex jams. Get hype right now with this new teaser video, created by Francesca Bonci, and pre-order the album at the link below. Continue reading

Karyn Crisis’ Gospel of The Witches Streams New Album “Covenant” in Full

Underground music legend Karyn Crisis (Crisis, Ephel Duath)  will drop her sophomore release by her Gospel of the Witches, Covenant,  this Friday, October 25th via Aural Music. Stream the album now before you can buy it at the links below. a Continue reading

Age Of The Wolf – Ouroboric Trances

In further proof of Metal’s worldwide appeal, dropped-out troupe Age Of The Wolf hail from Costa Rica. There’s pedigree in the ranks too, with ex-Corpse Garden six-stringer Christopher de Haan at the forefront of their sound, and the Extreme Metal experience of the quartet lends a seriously hard edge to Stoner-flavoured debut Ouroboric Trances (Aural Music). Continue reading

King Goat – Debt of Aeons

To say that Brighton’s King Goat set themselves a high bar with début album Conduit (self-released) is like saying that Donald Trump is a wee bit controversial. To merely label them a Doom band is, similarly, doing the quintet a severe disservice: that début was laced with emotional vocals, choirs overlaying evocative bridges, and light, textured instrumentalism. It was a tour de force precious few expected. Continue reading