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Mach II: Self Titled
Released: 2009
Mach II
Self Titled (Vinyl LP)

Label: Shifty   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 500 copies. Debut release from Cleveland headbangers MACH II. Features some ragers that used to be in BOULDER playing some hard rocking metal.


The Machine: Calmer Than You Are
Released: 2012
The Machine
Calmer Than You Are (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Deluxe gatefold sleeve. The Machine, hailing from Rotterdam, Holland, pair molten stoner rock riffs with a fair dose of retro psych for good measure. The band also excels at incorporating acid-blues jamming that lifts their whole performance into outer space.


The Machine: Drie
Released: 2010
The Machine
Drie (Vinyl 2LP) (Import)

Label: Elektrohasch   Origin: Germany
Vinyl only bonus track. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. The band is gaining international attention with their mixture of stoner rock riffing, retro psych and some occasional acid blues jams. "Drie" lets The Machine explore and expand its territories while staying true to their psychedelic stoner rock sound.


The Machine: Solar Corona
Released: 2009
The Machine
Solar Corona (Vinyl 2LP) (Import)

Label: Nasoni   Origin: Germany
Limited edition of only 400 copies on black vinyl. Delxue gatefold sleeve. If you dig Electric Magma, Colour Haze, Datura and Gomer Pyle, you will love the remarkable work by The Machine.


The Machine: Solar Corona (Color)
Released: 2009
The Machine
Solar Corona (Color) (Vinyl 2LP) (Import)

Label: Nasoni   Origin: Germany
Limited edition of only 100 copies on transparent orange vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Exclusive vinyl bonus track. If you dig Electric Magma, Colour Haze, Datura and Gomer Pyle, you will love the remarkable work by The Machine.


Machinefabriek: Marijn
Released: 2007
Machinefabriek
Marijn (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Burning World   Origin: Netherlands
Vast, brilliant noise from the Netherlands. Woven together from filigrees of diffused sound, the music contained within 'Marijn' is like a slow-burning candle - shedding little light on its source, but nonetheless creating an ambience and glow that can't help but draw you in. Recommended for fans of Merzbow, Squarepusher, and Autechre.


Magic Circle: Self Titled
Released: 2013
Magic Circle
Self Titled (Vinyl LP)

Label: Armageddon   Origin: USA
Includes a download code. Massachusetts continues to produce kickass doom metal. I have already reviewed offerings from Elder and Ice Dragon, and my home state has also provided Black Pyramid, Olde Growth, Ichabod, Summoner, Second Grave, and Black Thai, all of whom I would love to share with you. And then thereís Magic Circle, whose recently-released self-titled album appeared seemingly from nowhere and has started to make some waves. Magic Circle play a very NWOBHM-in...


Magnus Pelander (Witchcraft): Self Titled
Released: 2010
Magnus Pelander (Witchcraft)
Self Titled (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Svart   Origin: Finland
Vocalist of Witchcraft. Limited edition of only 500 copies on black vinyl. If you've paid any attention to the vibrant retro rock scene in Scandiavia during the new millennium, chances are you've heard Magnus Pelander's colorful voice hovering over the power chords of the band Witchcraft. As a solo singer-songwriter Magnus Pelander has tapped into the same beautiful, curious vintage he did with Witchcraft, but with acoustic soundscapes and melancholic acid folk rock rep...


Magnus Pelander (Witchcraft): Self Titled (Color)
Released: 2010
Magnus Pelander (Witchcraft)
Self Titled (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Svart   Origin: Finland
Vocalist of Witchcraft. Limited edition of only 300 copies on yellow vinyl. If you've paid any attention to the vibrant retro rock scene in Scandiavia during the new millennium, chances are you've heard Magnus Pelander's colorful voice hovering over the power chords of the band Witchcraft. As a solo singer-songwriter Magnus Pelander has tapped into the same beautiful, curious vintage he did with Witchcraft, but with acoustic soundscapes and melancholic acid folk rock re...


The Maharajas: Sucked Into the 70's
Released: 2010
The Maharajas
Sucked Into the 70's (Vinyl 7") (Import)

Label: Crusher   Origin: Sweden
Swedish pyschdelic fuzz rock.


Majestic Scene: Soulcorruption
Released: 2003
Majestic Scene
Soulcorruption (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Nasoni   Origin: Germany
Limited editon of only 500 copies! Clear lime colored vinyl with beautiful gatefold sleeve! Eleven tracks that range from melodic but intense soundscapes to swinging grooves with an exuberant mood and some stonergroove patterns with intriguing guitars.


The Makai: The End of All You Know (Color)
Released: 2008
The Makai
The End of All You Know (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: Seventh Rule   Origin: USA
Limited edition of only 320 hand-numbered copies on grey swirl colored vinyl!Double sided silk-screened cover! The End of All You Know is noisy, guitar-heavy, and cranked up to the maximum. The band blends thrash and extreme metal, Swedish-influenced melodic death, and a good bit of chaotic hardcore. The pace is relentless, the songwriting is solid, and the arrangements are written in a way that keeps each song from sounding like the next one.


Malachi: Wither to Cover the Tread
Released: 2008
Malachi
Wither to Cover the Tread (Vinyl LP)

Label: Siege of Power   Origin: USA
The songs build slowly making as much out of the spaces between the notes as the notes themselves, and when the heavy parts drop, they are HEAVY. The subtle use of electronic noise really augments the songs, which is not always the case with bands that experiment with such touches. If you go apeshit for Oroku, Fall of Efrafa, or Grayceon, you need this LP right now. This is deep, well written stuff with enough nuance to demand the listener's full attention.


Mammatus: Heady Mental (Color)
Released: 2013
Mammatus
Heady Mental (Color) (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Spiritual Pajamas   Origin: Germany
Dark blue and white swirls on sky blue vinyl. If youíve seen mammatus clouds in person, you probably noticed the way those massive formations hang heavy like wilting and bulbous gray-blue sacs, bubbling from heaven towards us. Curiously, as monstrous as they look, these gentle giants are not portents of a storm; they cradle the sky, high above where they belong. How can something so heavy float?


Mammatus: Self Titled
Released: 2006
Mammatus
Self Titled (Vinyl LP) (Import)

Label: Rocket   Origin: UK
Artwork by Arik Roper. Impressive collection of stoner drone psychedelic jam rock. While Mammatus hasnít been around for very long, they deliver on just about every level. Their self-titled debut draws heavily on the cornerstones of mind warping, heavy music Ė Hawkwind, Sleep, Floyd, Sabbath. Youíre in for a hell of a lot of cosmic wandering as the band stretches out and cuts loose with some creative playing. Itís mostly instrumental, although ethereal vocals in the ...


Mammatus: Self Titled
Released: 2008
Mammatus
Self Titled (Vinyl LP)

Label: Holy Mountain   Origin: USA
Artwork by Arik Roper. Impressive collection of stoner drone psychedelic jam rock. While Mammatus hasnít been around for very long, they deliver on just about every level. Their self-titled debut draws heavily on the cornerstones of mind warping, heavy music Ė Hawkwind, Sleep, Floyd, Sabbath. Youíre in for a hell of a lot of cosmic wandering as the band stretches out and cuts loose with some creative playing. Itís mostly instrumental, although ethereal vocals in the ...


Mammatus: The Coast Explodes
Released: 2007
Mammatus
The Coast Explodes (Vinyl LP)

Label: Holy Mountain   Origin: USA
The Coast Explodes is a panegyric to the sea. This record is Mammatus recharging their collective battery, jump-starting their souls in the spiritual homeland, delivering a sonic homage to God's mighty ocean. Sabbath, Hawkwind, Sleep, Molly Hatchet, all the sleeveless rock-n-roll glory is present here.


Mammoth Grinder: Extinction of Humanity (Color)
Released: 2009
Mammoth Grinder
Extinction of Humanity (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: Cyclopean   Origin: USA
Limited edition on translucent orange vinyl. For me, it is difficult to classify Mammoth Grinder. They play a strain of hardcore that mixes elements of sludge, crust, and d-beat. Metallic hardcore I guess? They have elements of that Tragedy d-beat sound everyone is trying to duplicate right now, but in addition, they implement sludgy slow parts reminiscent of Eyehategod or Black Sabbath. Unlike Tragedy, Mammoth Grinder is able to harness an aggressively violent sound th...


Mammoth Grinder/Hatred Surge: Split LP (Color)
Released: 2011
Mammoth Grinder/Hatred Surge
Split LP (Color) (Vinyl LP)

Label: Cyclopean   Origin: USA
Limited edition on 770 copies. Translucent blue vinyl. Two of Texas' heaviest bands join forces on this split 12" laying waste to modern metal via the hardcore punk fueled fury of early death metal and grindcore.


Mammoth Volume: Noara Dance
Released: 2000
Mammoth Volume
Noara Dance (Vinyl LP)

Label: Music Cartel   Origin: USA
I can't help but love Mammoth Volume's "Noara Dance"... These guys know what they want and seem to get it.I mean really get it! With the usual stylings of 70's bands that we have all come to know- Black Sabbath, Kiss, Deep Purple... Mammoth Volume seem to dig even deeper, spreading their styles past the regular carbon copy bands that seem to be popping up left and right lately.


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