Dopelord does it again. They open 4 Way Split with the exact track you were looking for when you set out to listen to music today. A tease for a follow up to Children of the Haze? Looking forward to hearing more!
With the stoic pace and diligence of an ironsmith Dopelord forge a track like 'Toledo' into existence. A mighty weapon true to it's doom-imbued ancestry. It's keen edge the only thing standing between Dopelord and the night of the living dead. www.crypt-guard.com
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This is a very exhilarating song coming from Spaceslug, especially after their last full length which delved deep into doom's bleak abyss.
The main riff is very layered and syncopated, which feels like something new for them. It also feels very.. freeing, triumphant? Things get muddied in the middle, with a cavernous, spaced out, fuzzy, dreamy section, which gets progressively hazier. They bring it all back to the main riff before it all devolves into a doomy haze, then feedback. Beautiful. Smekermann
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These guys are, in my opinion, one of the greatest stoner/sludge band that have popped up in recent years. Sure, you have the "old gods" like Sleep, Electric Wizard, and Kyuss but Spaceslug brings something new to the table. They're fresh, and it seems like they've got no thought of stopping anytime soon. Rod Astorga