Archive for the estonia Category

ESTONER – tahm

Posted in doom metal, estonia, psychedelic, sludge, Uncategorized on June 4, 2019 by vesalahde

said this before, bit tired of sludge/doom metal genre nowadays, after hearing too many bands during years everything tends to sound the same, and its same with drone/ambient genres, that said i share the track that i liked best on this album, laidback psychedelic shamanism…

NEVESIS

Posted in estonia, hard rock, psychedelic rock, space rock, Uncategorized on March 11, 2019 by vesalahde

J.M.K.E. – kylmalle maalle

Posted in estonia, LP collection, punk rock, Uncategorized on March 23, 2017 by vesalahde

This used to be in heavy rotation, still among the greatest punk albums, too bad democracy feels like dictatorship nowadays, stalking, eavesdropping, spamming, targeted advertising, radiation, political persecution, hate, etc..

KANNABINOID troon

Posted in estonia, metal, stoner doom, Uncategorized on April 17, 2016 by vesalahde

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its a long way from paranoid to kannabinöid, riff has slowed down remarkably, massive hazy jamlike meditation fuzzroll, relaxing heavy experience.

CAMP

 

 

ESTONER lennud saatana dimensioonis

Posted in estonia, metal, progressive, psychedelic, sludge, stoner doom, Uncategorized on April 13, 2016 by vesalahde

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mean dirty progressive psychedelic sludge machine, albumful of pleasant surprises, heavy mind-detonating joyride like no other.

CAMP

JUUR – exile

Posted in alternative, estonia, metal, progressive, Uncategorized on February 25, 2016 by vesalahde

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quite a progressive trip, outta words almost, but if RUSH were more heavier, groovier and metallic it would probably sound something like this, enjoyed every single track.

CAMP

TALBOT scaled

Posted in doom metal, estonia, experimental, metal, psychedelic, sludge on June 17, 2013 by vesalahde

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..and reposting this because the album came last week, thx Jarmo.  Heavy damn amazing psychedelia as always, probably the loudest duo on earth.

http://talbot.bandcamp.com/album/scaled

LIBLIKAS wooden spaceship

Posted in estonia, metal, progressive, psychedelic, stoner on June 4, 2013 by vesalahde

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great estonian progressive metal, only thing i miss is little more rawness to production, but might be these piece of crap headphones are doing me tricks and laptop’s sucker soundcard. Sometimes i notice at home im talking crap here. Also one thing that might make this even more interesting is to use estonian language, there was some estonian stoner band i added to vol9 and i thought estonian sounds cool and exotic, and of course almighty JMKE is another example.

http://liblikas.bandcamp.com/

 

TALBOT scaled

Posted in estonia, metal, psychedelic, sludge, stoner doom, Uncategorized on May 28, 2013 by vesalahde

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New talbot kicks some buttcheeks, vroom vroom, let the talbot roar.  Once saw these guys live, i was deaf couple o next weeks.  Estonias heaviest grooviest riffage, they should sent these guys to eurovision song contest.

http://talbot.bandcamp.com/album/scaled

MORGUE’S LAST CHOICE hemofiilia

Posted in dark ambient, estonia, industrial, noise on April 17, 2013 by vesalahde

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Did a bit fast listening thru tracks, but definitely going to listen this more,  amazing noise/dark ambient/industrial/experimental from Tallinn, Estonia.

http://store.remixta.net/album/hemofiilia

“Morgue’s Last Choice is a band that explores the darkest depths of our
world and has been described by many as a horror music. Each of the
releases carries a unifying concept, which have been coined by our
keyboard player and vocalist Lunastaja (Kennet Kaare). As he was
working in statistics while we were recording on our previous album
7511. As he processed the census data and categorized people by their
jobs he noticed an interesting classification. 7511 – butchers and
other people working in meat processing. In his twisted mind he formed
an images of dystopian slaughterhouse and of people working there in
different professions. The images were then transferred to music, and
so this release came to be.”