Tag: Heavy Psych Rock

  • Album Review: Worlds Collide by Robot God

    Robot God has blasted onto the Heavy Psych Rock scene from Sydney, Australia, but I really think they’re extraterrestrials; they just haven’t told us yet. The three-piece Space Rock act recently released their second full-length album, Worlds Collide, and they’re ready to conquer Earth, or at least the Heavy Rock Underground scene. Australia is a […]

  • Album Review: Interstellic Psychedelic by Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska

    Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska (SDBIA) is a strange name for a band, especially considering the mind-bending psychedelic four-piece hails from England. But then again, nothing about Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska fits conventional categories. The name, by the way, is a reference to the 1998 video game Metal Gear Solid, in case you were […]

  • Album Review: (HEAVY ON THE COSMIC) by AAWKS

    What happens when you combine the heaviness of Electric Wizard, the boogie riffs of Fu Manchu, and the spacey vibes of Pink Floyd? Well, you’d probably get AAWKS, an Ontario, Canada-based Heavy Psych band that has emerged from a cloud of weed smoke to deliver a superb debut album. Pat of Monster Riff let me […]

  • Top Psych Rock Bands from Italy: From Lord Elephant to Julie’s Haircut

    It would be a massive understatement to say Italian artists have produced considerable contributions to Western art and culture over the past few millennia. Titans of classical art like Michelangelo and da Vinci come to mind, along with Italy being the birthplace of opera. Tons of exciting psychedelic rock bands and artists have also come […]

  • All Them Witches’ Project Offers One New Wicked Track Every Month

    Heavy psych-rockers All Them Witches have a new project, dropping wicked, new tunes every month this year as part of their “Baker’s Dozen.” The series of singles is an absolute delight for fans of the Nashville-based band. They plan to drop 13 songs in 2022, one for each month plus a tasty bonus.