Photo by Rob Menzer
Photo by Rob Menzer
Brooklyn-based sludge/doom trios Godmaker and Somnuri are poised to release their split LP this Friday, November 2, via The Company. For roughly 30 minutes, both acts proudly put their respective dynamic and unique takes on the aforementioned genres on display. In anticipation for its release this week, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive stream of the split in its entirety alongside a mini-review of the release.
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Blast Beats is a column in which extreme music artists discuss their favorite hip-hop records
In today’s Blast Beats guitarist/vocalist of Brooklyn’s Godmaker, Pete Ross, stopped by to discuss his history with hip-hop as well as profess his adoration for the genre. Ross also included an extensive playlist of some of his all-time favorite jams. Check it all out below. Continue Reading
If you have been following us you know that we have been releasing free sludge/doom/post-metal/etc compilations all summer long. These comps aimed at showcasing the best the underground has to offer in terms of those aforementioned genres, and have been met with a decent amount of positive praise. Now that August in upon us, we must release the final volume of our 2017 compilation series.
We proudly present Summer of Sludge Volume Three, the final and arguably heaviest installment of the Summer of Sludge series. Once again we offer up 15 tracks and over 90 minutes of the heaviest and gloomiest sludge and doom we could find. Below you will find the official track listing and stream of the compilation via Bandcamp. An alternative download link can be found HERE in case the free Bandcamp downloads are expended for the month. Remember, if you like any of the artists featured on this comp, please support them in any way you can.
Check out Volume One and Volume Two if you missed them.
Brooklyn doomsayers Godmaker and Kansas City’s Hyborian have announced a string of co-headlining U.S. tour dates. The tour will officially kick off on July 14 in Athens, Georgia, and will conclude on July 30 in Philadelphia. Godmaker will be touring in support of their 2014 self-titled full-length before the band enter the studio to record its follow-up, while Hyborian are out in support of their LP, Hyborian: Vol. I, which was released back in March.
The full touring schedule can be found after the break, along with streams of both bands’ most recent releases.