Archive for the texas Category

D.R.I. – crossover

Posted in crossover, hardcore, LPs i used to have, texas on September 1, 2021 by vesalahde

tired of new world slow riffs, more golden oldies

THE PSYCHADELICS

Posted in garage rock, rocknroll, texas on November 25, 2020 by vesalahde

unpolished masterpiece

WARCLOUD – earhammer sessions

Posted in hard rock, heavy metal, texas, Uncategorized on May 21, 2020 by vesalahde

in recent years been quite full of all kinda aerial disturbance in Finland so based on cover art i wouldnt buy this, musically reminds of teenage years when heavy metal and long hair were all that mattered, maiden/helloween/motörhead/manowar/accept etc. catchy fast forward rocknroll/nwobhm-metal with tongue in cheek attitude. RIPPLEMUSIC

RIGOR MORTIS

Posted in LPs i used to have, speed metal, texas, thrash metal, Uncategorized on May 15, 2020 by vesalahde

time for friday nostalgia, remember now clearly why i loved this kinda music, it gave so much energy, it helped me cope with frustration with society.

CRYPT TRIP – haze county

Posted in hard rock, psychedelic rock, stoner, texas, Uncategorized on December 25, 2018 by vesalahde

authentic 60s/70s hard rock/psychedelia

GYPSY SUN REVIVAL – journey outside of time

Posted in blues rock, heavy rock, psychedelic rock, stoner rock, texas, Uncategorized, video on January 10, 2018 by vesalahde

holy geezer, this was a pleasant surprise, outstanding hendrixque heavy psych with sweetly grinding organ, original riffing, laidback vocals etc.. could take a cadillac ride to mexico too.. NASONI RECORDS

WYRM paramount

Posted in drone doom, texas on December 7, 2011 by vesalahde
“Solo project of Bryan Ferguson from Texas and the refined continuation of his previous drone doom project Bring Me The Head Of Orion. Paramount offers a vast mesmerizing space inhabited by heavy riffs joined in glorious cosmic affirmation.”

HERE

KÖSMONAUT voyage of time

Posted in ambient, electronic, psychedelic, scifi, space rock, texas on October 1, 2011 by vesalahde
first i though this is another electro crap project, but no, very atmospheric trip to outer space.

CAMP