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A Hocht

by Slomatics

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Sonny92 Slow, hulking doom that's as heavy as a herd of mammoths being pursued by a gang of sumo wrestlers in steamrollers. Unfortunately not as awesome a release as subsequent album, Estron, but a decent enough warm-up for that record.
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Lidgefrid Slomatics are one of the finest doom outfits around today. Their riffs are thick, low and slow, and everything is pulled off with an atmosphere and intelligence that belies the brutish nature of the band's ultra-heavy approach. With the odd psychedelic leaning, A Hocht encompasses all that and more. Favorite track: Beyond Acid Canyon.
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steve Primordial noise.The tub-thumping of mammoth bones on hollow Redwoods,a monstrous swamp-thing of a riff disintegrating as it gathers pace;imploding in a halting,crystalline refrain that seems destined to drift into the quiet void,only for that riff to return to Godzilla-stomp you into submission.
It's for moments such as these I cleave to 'heavy' music. Favorite track: Beyond Acid Canyon.
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Inner Space 03:05
Flame On 03:48
Tramontane 07:03
Blackwood 03:13
Outer Space 03:12


Slomatics 3rd Album with be released September 2012 on 12" by Head Of Crom and CD by Burning World/ Roadburn Records.


released September 3, 2012


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Slomatics Belfast, UK

Formed in Belfast late 2004, Slomatics aim to reduce riffs to a primal state of heaviness, to produce music which whilst imploding under it’s own weight, creates a a joyous and euphoric state of wellbeing which can only be obtained with a slew of vintage amplifiers, fuzz pedals and analog synths ... more

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