The second full-length album from Denver’s Green Druid promises broader influences compared to its predecessor, 2018’s Ashen Blood. It’s certainly true to an extent as the harsher vocals pop up more frequently and a couple of segments go-between post-Rock and Death Metal, but At The Maw Of Ruin (Earache Records) ultimately keeps to a steady Stoner Doom template. Comparisons could be made to their fellow Coloradans in Khemmis as the album utilizes a similar combination of monolithic riffs, drawn-out structures, and a desolate atmosphere.
Chalk it up to me partaking more in the reefer these days and revisiting professional wrestling as a hobby again, but I feel like I took a chair shot to the back of the skull. Why am I feeling discombobulated? Have you tried listening to Blood Incantation‘s Hidden History of the Human Race (Dark Descent)? No? Then why don’t you go to your nearest highway and attempt to run across during rush hour traffic? Best of luck.Continue reading
Primus has been working on a new album for months now, and we finally have our first taste of the new material. Continue reading
Opeth, Gojira and The Devin Townsend Project performed at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado last week, and Opeth has just revealed that they recorded their entire set for an upcoming release. See below.Continue reading
Earlier this year the Misfits surprised everyone by announcing that the original lineup would be getting back together for special sets at the Riot Fest in Denver and Chicago. Last night was the first show in Denver, and they did not disappoint. Continue reading