Articles by Jon Henderson
With interests in beards, bourbon and big muffs, plus influences from Karma to Burn, Earthless and Kyuss, Robot Death Monkey have established the stoner rock/sludge vibe to great effect on their ‘Full Dunham’ EP. – By Jon Henderson
Described as monolithic this is not one slab of stone but one gigantic piece of rock, sculptured with the same precision as the marble Byzantine columns. – By Jon Henderson
From beginning to end, Atomikylä have produced an album that has been born from Orassi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising, which in their own right are two excellent bands, but still have managed to stamp their own sound into every track. They have taken all their musical experience and produced an album that should have fans wanting more. – By Jon Henderson
Jon Henderson talks to 70’s inspired Edinburgh rock band Hair of the Dog about their recent signing to Kozmik Artifactz, influences and various other things.
Over all a very good album that will have some people reminiscing and some younger listeners hopefully looking back and thinking yeah I could get into that old school sound. – By Jon Henderson
No/Thing is an insanely beautiful explosive piece of musical art that explores life and inevitable death. – By Jon Henderson
This is an album that can be fast and furious, heavy and pounding or smooth and melodic, very riff oriented and after listening to it a few times I really felt part of it. – By Jon Henderson
The Lords of Drone are back with a Bong!! – By Jon Henderson
Merrin have captured the essence of soundtrack music and hopefully will pursue it even further. – By Jon Henderson
[new/age/dream/thrash] is an album by two music loving guys that don’t want to be pigeon holed into any one genre and instead have done a mash up of lots of genres. – By Jon Henderson
This re-issue offers not only 50 minutes of fantastic music it is also giving you a piece of doom music history from one of the best doom bands around. – By Jon Henderson
“…an enjoyable EP that I would recommend to anyone that enjoys guitar and synth music” – by Jon Henderson
Superunnatural has turned out to be heavier than expected with some even heavier basslines and sublime psychedelic spacey guitar parts, full of experimentation and a pleasure on the ears. – By Jon Henderson
These guys have produced a big sound for a three piece band. – By Jon Henderson
If you are looking to part with some hard earned cash and you enjoy tags such as Drone, Post Rock, Experimental, Space, Instrumental and Krautrock then this collaboration is most definitely for you. By Jon Henderson
Desert Storm have really nailed it with Horizontal life. – By Jon Henderson.
Some of Early Mammal’s musical inspirations while planning and recording Horror at Pleasure were, Captain Beefheart, White Hills, High Rise & Hawkwind. That’s some list, one which I would take to a desert island. Has it lived up to those influences? Hell yeah!! – By Jon Henderson.
If you are going to call your band Satan is my Bitch (S.I.M.B.) then you better be good and they are. The music is heavy, with a solid rock sound and if you play it loud then Monday Superblues will keep you speakers working to their max.
Double Disco Animal Style by French heavy groove stoner band Loading Data is an album full of great guitar riffs that even Tony Iommi would be proud of and some well written songs. This album will do really well.