Hedorah, a hard hitting, sludge doom trio out of Detroit, take you on a journey. With their tribal beats, face melting bomb notes, and undertones of sheer noise wall insanity, makes you really feel like you’re walking through an electrified jungle.
Myosis, based out of Pakistan, bring intriguing elements of various styles. The desert rock groove in the forefront draws you in. The drums, almost doomy style tendencies, simple but pleasing hooks keep you reeled in for more. With black metal style vocals to top it off. you’re in for some serious rocking. this split is sure to please rock and roll, doom, metal, and sludge fans alike.
This our tribute to german band NEU! Recorded in 2010 when our toes were still a bit bugdum. We remixed time and space in an effort to bring you, the listener, a more far out frolic through the cosmos. Phil said we were all like, kerchucnk, rotated to the left. I mean like we were, but to be fair so was the planet. – BERT
Waves of mangled guitars and pulsating bass hypnotize as the sound degrades into pure grit. This is hordes “Oxidized Dreams” (Re-Released on Madlantis) Buy this experimental drone gem while supplies last!
“Grown Long” is a walk out in the tall weeds with BerT & Hordes as your guides. Two half hour drone pieces in two completely different veins. Hordes rip the distortion with their “For Harley” onslaught, while BerT’s field recordings & piano composition track entitled “DN” is a mellow haunting.
These tracks that were meant to be played on tape and were recorded in different basements bedrooms etc. Over the summer and fall of 2007. So light one up and enjoy. Thanks to Madlantis Records, Phil Clark and the crew and Kevin Laitala for the turd monster.