ALBUM REVIEW: CB3 – Aeons

CB3 (aka Charlottas Burning Trio), and expansive space-rock outfit hailing from Sweden’s Malmo, recently released their new album, Aeons and delivered another healthy dose of accessible hazy instrumental jams. This, their fourth album, which was partially funded through Kickstarter, is the band’s first with The Sign Records. It sees them continue their eclectic mix of spacy psychedelic rock sprinkled with moments of jazz and occasional stoner riffs. Continue reading

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Former Hawkwind and Hawklords Drummer Martin Griffin Has Died

In a post to social media, it has bee announced that former Hawkwind and Hawklords drummer Martin Griffin has died. “It is with great sadness that we announce that our dear friend and fellow Hawklord Martin Griffin has died.” the Hawklords page reported. Continue reading

Monster Truck, Hawkwind, Vintage Caravan, The New Death Cult, and Crown Lands Booked for Ramblin Man Fair 2020

Ramblin Man Fair 2020 has made a major announcement for the festival announcing Hawkwind to paly a special 50th anniversary set on the Grooverider Stage, as well as sets from Monster Truck, Vintage Caravan, The New Death Cult, and Crown Lands. Already announced is the full Prog In The Park Stage lineup of Big Big Train (Headliner), Curved Air (Special Guest), Pure Reason Revolution, Moon Safar, Lazuli, and Monster Truck, Hawkwind, Vintage Caravan, The New Death Cult, and Crown Lands Booked for Ramblin Man Fair 2020, with many more bands to be announced. Spirit Of Rock Presents Ramblin’ Man Fair takes place at Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent UK, July 17th – 19th. More details below! Continue reading

The Meads Of Asphodel – Running Out Of Time Doing Nothing

After the heavy concepts of their previous couple of albums, London trio The Meads of Asphodel have thrown off those shackles and just fucking gone for it on their latest release, Running Out Of Time Doing Nothing (Godreah Records). Continue reading

Desertfest London 2019: Live At Various Venues

It’s spring bank holiday in the UK, which can mean only one thing; a long weekend of headbanging in London’s dingiest venues. 2019 marks the eighth edition of London’s Desertfest; a festival dedicated to the slow, the slower, and the heavy. With a healthy dose of bong and Satan worship thrown in for good measure. Continue reading

FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Desertfest London 2019

 

Desertfest London kicks off for their eighth edition today, taking place all weekend from 3rd May – 5th May 2019 in Camden, London UK. Tickets are still available at the link below. The fest is headed up by immense talents such as Om, Amenra, Fu Manchu, Electric Citizen, Black Tusk, Mondo Generator, Wovenhand, High Reeper, Kadavar, All Them Witches, The Skull and more! Get ready with our day by day list of must-see bands!  Continue reading

Glitter Wizard – Opera Villains

In an age where the line between dewy-eyed nostalgia and unashamed imitation is becoming blurred – we’re looking at you Greta Van Fleet – bands who dare to cherry pick the sum parts of their heroes and plot an original course should be praised. Glitter Wizard, whose latest full-length outing – Opera Villains (Heavy Psych Sounds) – aims to hit the high notes from its wide range of influences, are a spandex-clad bunch of psychedelia-indebted miscreants who have set out to do just that. Continue reading