Looking back into the introduction to the EOY list I wrote around the same date in 2013, I realize how little things have changed…
Horse Latitudes return with a new record full of low end occult doom metal which shrugs off the cliches of the genre and serves up a powerful encompassing listen.
Experience Godstopper’s monolithic debut album.
Daemon Worship Productions is proof that orthodoxy can still be scathing and iconoclastic in this modern age of experimentation.
The undisputed kings of despondency make their long-awaited return.
Dis Pater turns his hand to funeral doom with stunning results. Tempestuous Fall has provided the soundtrack to many a solemn night’s contemplation.
Filthy punk-metal that has a problem with just about everything.
Superior doom metal from corrupted southern souls.
Back from a gruelling tour of Europe, Monarch reveal some of the thought processes behind their latest 13bpm black mass, Omens.
Contemplating the mysteries of Three & Seven…
The UK stoner rock heavyweights return with spliffs a-blazing to unleash this surprise hit.
Feedback-fuelled incantations of a French witch.