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The Hitch

Hailing from the city of Eureka, California, self-described ‘lumberjack metallic’ music group The Hitch was created by Roshawn Beere (bass/vocals), Greg McKnight (guitar/vocals) Steve Bodner (drums) and Jeff Langdon (guitar) within the past due-90’s. Bearded like ZZ Best, heavy as Dark Sabbath, and dressed up in coveralls like Dark Oak …

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High on Fire

Guitarist/vocalist Matt Pike, bass participant George Grain, and drummer Des Kensel shaped High on Open fire in 1999, following a collapse of Pike’s earlier band, doom metallic titans Rest. But while Rest had constructed their popularity on impossibly slothful music and copious weed usage, On top of Fire’s first launch, …

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Witch Mountain

Based away from Portland, Oregon, Witch Mountain have already been providing apocalyptic, shuddering doom steel since their formation in 1997. In the first phase of the career, the music group — comprising guitarist and vocalist Rob Wrong, bassist Dave Hoopaugh, and drummer Nate Carson — produced a name for themselves …

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Hermano

Even more a one-off task than a true band, Hermano continues to be most noteworthy for featuring vocalist John Garcia of Kyuss popularity. Garcia, who was simply also documenting with Unida around once as Hermano by the end from the ’90s, provides group a lot of its personality, though it …

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Goatsnake

Rising from your ashes of stoner/doom legends Obsessed through the small genre’s most fertile post-Kyuss period, Goatsnake helped define Southern California’s low-and-slow metallic scene through the past due ’90s. With produces on Hydra Mind Information, Frank Kozik’s famous Man’s Wreck, and Southern Lord Information (co-owned by guitarist Greg Anderson) Goatsnake …

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Big Business

Big Business is really a two-piece music group that does the sludgy, low-end stoner metallic thing in addition to any longer fully filled act. Big Business produced in Seattle in 2003, composed of two veterans from the neighborhood alternative steel picture: bassist and vocalist Jared Warren, previously of Karp, and …

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Halfway to Gone

The New Shirt threesome Halfway to Eliminated southern fry some heavy stoner rock that might just lure the old Shirt Devil from the pine barrens to whoop it up using the boys. The music group produced in 2000 when bassist/vocalist and founding person in Solarized Lou Gorra met up with …

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Mannhai

Finnish stoner rockers Mannhai (whose name derives from a renowned child-snatching demon from India’s Uttar Pradesh region) were shaped in Helsinki by guitarist Ilkka Laaksomaa and bassist Olli-Pekka Laine, soon after the latter’s departure from folk-metal legends Amorphis, in 1999. After recruiting youthful drummer Mikko Pietinen, Mannhai lured experienced vocalist …

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Morgion

Among America’s most underrated entries in to the doom/loss of life metal world, Orange State, CA’s Morgion were formed in 1990 by Jeremy Peto (vocals/bass), Dwayne Boardman (guitars/vocals), and Rhett Davis (drums). The Rabid Decay demonstration along with a 7″ one called “Travesty” made an appearance in 1992 and 1993, …

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ASG

Based away from Wilmington, NEW YORK, hard-hitting Southern rockers ASG shaped in 2001 throughout the talents of Jason Shi (vocals, guitar), Andy Ellis (bass), Scott Major (drums), and Jonah Citty (guitar). The quartet, who hire a muscular mixture of punk, southern rock and roll, and alt/stoner steel that has attracted …

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