Sludge

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Stream Grinding Sludge Fiends Secret Cutter's Ferocious New Album

Listen to 'Quantum Eraser,' the Pennsylvania trio's highly anticipated (and absurdly heavy) sophomore LP.
Kim Kelly
7.3.18
Features

When Metal Festivals Get Political, It Feels Like Utopia

This year's edition of beloved Dutch metal fest Roadburn was about something bigger than music, which only added to its magic.
Kim Kelly
5.22.18
Interviews

For Primitive Man, Misery Is a Way of Life

Stream the Denver doom trio's visceral new album, 'Caustic,' and read vocalist Ethan McCarthy's thoughts on DIY, gentrification, and feeling bad.
Ben Hutcherson
10.4.17
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Florida Doom Crew Shroud Eater Fly High on 'Strike the Sun'

Stream the monolithic, scuzzed-out new album from this unconquerable sludge trio.
Kelsey Zimmerman
7.6.17
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Stream Portland Doom Heavyweights Norska's 'Too Many Winters'

Members of Yob and Dark Castle collide with sludge, doom, and noise rock on this Oregon outfit's sophomore album (out May 26 via Brutal Panda).
Ben Handelman
5.25.17
Interviews

Unearthly Trance Is Born Again

Listen to the cult NYC doom trio's ominous new album, and find out why they're back (and what they're smoking these days)
J Bennett
2.23.17
Interviews

Gnod Is Sometimes Sludgy, Always Loud, and Never Bored on Its New Album 'Mirror'

Check out a new video from this wildly experimental band of Northern English Michael Jackson enthusiasts.
J.R. Moores
3.29.16
Premieres

Silver Snakes Will Chew You Out with "Red Wolf"

Listen to the band's new sludge-rock jam.
John Hill
12.8.15
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch UK Doom Addicts Opium Lord's Harrowing New Video for "Black Libraries"

It's absolutely terrifying.
Kim Kelly
12.1.15
Holy Shit

Baroness Play the Sludgiest Hooks with "Shock Me"

Sludge is inescapable.
John Hill
11.16.15
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PREMIERE: Slow Season Bring Desert-Rock Jams with "DayGlo Sunrise"

Bringing the heat in the ides of autumn.
John Hill
11.10.15
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Stream the Crushing Doom of Drowning Horse's 'Sheltering Sky'

The Perth doom merchants double LP is an interesting amalgam of drone, metal and sludge. It’s all black.
Noisey Staff
10.26.15
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