Skeleton of God – Primordial Dominion

Music considered “psychedelic” tends to fall, loosely, into two categories. The first camp includes weird, off-kilter compositions, lots of trippy vocal effects and weird keyboard/synth flourishes (Animal Collective, Black Moth Super Rainbow, The Flaming Lips). The second camp tends to be defined by long instrumental passages, mostly partially or totally improvised jams (Earthless, Kyuss, Sleep, Phish, Grateful Dead). Billed as a “psychedelic stab of death infused metal,” Skeleton of God’s Primordial Dimension is the rare animal that combines both camps in a heady crockpot of healthy extreme metal.

Hits From The Inbox: Geronimo!

Ever since I included a contact page with an email for bands and labels to get in touch with us, I’ve been getting a few music submissions each week. Some good, some okay. Honestly, I’ve never had anything terrible come across my inbox–and I hope to God it never happens,…