Rolling Heavy Music 2017

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#41

Looking for some new heavy but repetitive music. Sludgy drum stuff like Sloath or Bismuth something. Any recommendations?


#42

Pyr by Ghold is pretty awesome. It’s from 2016 though so would be madness to mention it here


#43

FLUISTERAARS - Not from this year, and not sludgy, but it is very good, repetitive and heavy!


#44

going to the Devil Sold His Soul 10 year anniversary show at the Dome on Saturday night, hope it’s good, sure I’ll enjoy it after a few bank holiday beers anyway. might bang the album on now actually…


#45

Utterly fantastic, best atmospheric bm album I’ve heard this year. Hypnotic, melodic riffs and vocals that sound like an arctic gale screaming through the air!


#46

#47

just checking it out now. the sound is absolutely immense, love it.


#48

New Elder stuff for anyone who’s into that sort of thing (not sure if this should be here or in the psych thread):

(Disclaimer: I wrote the words. Don’t let that put you off).


#49

Earache are putting on a stage at Glastonbury


#50

new Full Of Hell is sounding good

https://open.spotify.com/album/1CICQQAxvXbayxDF5jJETJ


#51

#52

Yessssss


#53

Can’t wait for this coming out in a couple of weeks


#54

That’s really good. They’re coming back over in August. Will definitely be going to see them again.


#55

Rest in Peace TEXTURES.

This really sucks as I really enjoy Phenotype from 2016, and was quite looking forward to Genotype, the follow-up…


#56

Debut album proper by Lithuanian post black metal band Au-Dessus. Their self titled 2015 EP was a total slap in the face adrenaline rush, this one still is but is more expansive and mature sounding, it stills kicks major arse though!


#57

Ok, so I’m a bit late discovering Employed To Serve, but they seem to be yet another quality band from Holy Roar. If I’d been able to make a Rolo Tomassi gig at Oslo in 2015 - ETS supported - I might have got to know them a bit sooner, but circumstances had other ideas. Better late than never.


#58

Colin Stetson’s metal band (featuring that Liturgy dude on drums) are surprisingly fun. In a 12 minute labyrinthine instrumental sort of way.


#59

theyre touring end of July


#60

That drummer is insane