YOB To Tour Europe This Summer with Neurosis

Doom Metal veterans YOB will head back to Europe this coming summer, opening for post-everything greats Neurosis. The tour begins July 11 in Alperstedt, DE and ends July 26 in Gdansk, PL. YOB is also touring America this spring with Voivod and Amenra. All confirmed tour dates are listed below. The band continues to tour behind their acclaimed 2018 album Our Raw Heart (Relapse Records) out now. Continue reading

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Mastodon – Kvelertak – Mutoid Man: Live at UEA, Norwich

People so often complain that a band isn’t playing their town on a tour. Every announcement is met with requests to play Billy from Stoke’s bedroom – though that would be sweet – and never satiates the audience size. Spare a thought for the people of Norwich who have had to go for years without seeing the glory of Mastodon in their city. As such, tonight’s event is packed out from the moment doors open, and anticipation is at an extreme high. Continue reading

Neurosis Booked To Headline Supersonic Festival 2019

Post-metal legends Neurosis have been booked to headline Supersonic Festival 2019. The 15th Edition 19th To 21st July, in Birmingham, UK. More bands will be announced soon anf tickets are on sale today at the link below. Continue reading

Mastodon And Mikeller Brewery Launch A New Beer – “Ancient Kingdom”

Mastodon has teamed up once again with Mikeller Brewery for another beer collabo! Mastodon’s Ancient Kingdom Kingdom Beer is named for the track of the same name from their acclaimed last album Emperor Of Sand (Reprise). The release of this beer marks the third collaboration between the band and the brewery, and it is in select European stores right now! Continue reading

Holy Grove – Holy Grove II

Formed in 2012 in Portland, Oregon, doomsters Holy Grove follow-up their 2016 debut Holy Grove (Heavy Psych Sounds) with the rather imaginatively titled Holy Grove II (Ripple Music).  Thankfully, the music contained on this weighty slab of metal is far more inventive than its moniker, as the band delivers five mighty tracks of absorbing progressive Cosmic Doom. Continue reading