The stoner rock stalwarts are a band best heard live.
Articles by Jon Hadusek
The forerunners of the post-metal movement continue to push boundaries.
The LA psych band’s second LP of 2015 is an unnecessary surprise.
Virginia quintet deliver a minor masterpiece and the year’s finest doom metal offering so far.
The devilish best from evil’s favorite band.
A heavy metal tome best read one chapter at a time.
A festival determined to elevate the metal underground.
A crash course as The Book of Souls opens.
Calming introspection from the Dinosaur Jr. bassist and bedroom bard.
A doomtastic document of recovery and survival.
An album of safe material that could’ve been on any of the band’s previous records.
Vocalist and guitarist J.D. Cronise discusses the band’s new album, High Country.