Originally shot for Glam Magazine. For my godfather. Bassist Leif Edling said something like “a rainy night and a doom band – how appropriate”. What he didn’t say, but pretty much every CANDLEMASS fan felt, was how such sense of fitting … Continue reading →
Originally shot for Glam Magazine. PROCESS OF GUILT still like to hide behind smoke and a blue light show that darkens the stage more than lightens it… Meaning I’m not exactly fond of shooting them, not to mention that all the … Continue reading →
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Originally shot for Glam Magazine. Singer Daniel Lucas didn’t exactly missed a brilliant career as a comedian – although it was somewhat funny mentioning Donald Trump‘s theory about global warming when it was about to rain like hell in August. This … Continue reading →
Originally shot for Glam Magazine. Not every stoner/doom band manages to enthrall the audience in broad daylight like BASALTO did. Mostly instrumental, they brought to Vagos their latest work “Doença” with an intense performance. http://www.facebook.com/basaltostoner/
Originally posted on Valkyrian Music. Then came the 99%-instrumental BASALTO. In fact, the first I’d seen them, a few months prior, I’d say they were an instrumental act. But this time, on the first and last track, guitarist António Baptista growled something … Continue reading →
Original Portuguese version on Glam Magazine. For COUGH, though, the number of “survivors” was pretty low. Unlike MISS LAVA, their stoner merges with sludge and doom, not rock, and even if the nocturnal hours are the perfect match to their sound, … Continue reading →
Originally written for Valkyrian Music. TRIPTYKON stirred another kind of turmoil – an emotional one. Although the crowdsurfers kept the security guys busy during the black metal parts that spice the doom nature of the band. Thomas Gabriel Fischer was particularly … Continue reading →
Even though they’re labelled as thrash metal (including by themselves), WEB have always been more than that. More than ever, “Everything Ends” justifies both whys – why thrash metal and why “more than that”. WEB had already courted the doom … Continue reading →
Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. The spirits cooled down a bit with the British doom of Pagan Altar. But as soon as Terry Jones got on stage, in his Victorian outfit and embraced by blue smoke, the power went down! It had already … Continue reading →
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Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. A TREE OF SIGNS have been getting some attention around here. Despite being a young band, formed in 2012, its musicians are quite experienced and talented. Plus, in a country where the main focus of … Continue reading →