Easily the best poster we’ve seen this year.
It’s the Washington sludge outfit’s first effort with two bassists onboard.
Stranger Things star Joe Keery sings about seeing “the world from each and every other side.”
The supergroup’s self-titled debut EP arrives in July.
Six bassists contribute to a whacked-out, if standard, record from the sludge heroes.
Savannah’s sludge metal rockers hit the road once more this summer.
Ne-Hi offshoot previews its debut album, Tunn Star.
Plus, the band has announced its first shows together.
Plus, they share the full version of sludgy lead single “Violescent”.
Sub Pop release nearly 20 years in the making is finally here.
New dates tacked onto a European tour that kicks off tomorrow.
Sludgy Seattle punks embrace negative energy on their Sub Pop debut.