On its brand new and third record, this truly unique, pop-minded heavy rock band has made yet another army of tracks worth digging and which will definitely satisfy its fans.
This review contains a nice range of rock and heavy rock for the week.
Heavy sodden doom through thrash to some nice rock.
Dull, disgusting, ugly, and bloody wonderful.
Bleary, desert-kissed stuff that feels all too familiar.
The songs literally remain the same, dude.
Somethings Dripping in Sweden. Eurorock explores.
This one is all about the slow, sludgy groove.
Them Crooked Vultures circle the carcass of musical awesomeness waiting for the final drops to spill.
Kyuss' Sky Valley cements the band's musical legacy with their distinct brand of groove-heavy psychedelic rock.