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BELZEBONG (PL) (Stoner / Doom / Metal)
You would think, that Belzebong was forged in lava-filled bowels of hell, but you would be mistaken, it was actually Poland. Started off in 2008, since then bringing tons of evil weedian riffage under the sign of the Goat. The band drowns themselves in a sea of distortion, fuzz and enough bottom-end to cure the worst case of constipation - in other words this music will make you shit.  Their album "Sonic Scapes & Weedy Grooves" released on Emetic records was a wicked trip down the hazy and introspective fuzziness associated with a massive blast to the lungs. Followed by “Dungeon Vultures" 12" EP on Instant Classic label (re-released by Emetic records), brought yet another dimension of acid-heavy trip through the smoky dungeons. Latest album entitled “Greenferno” (again on Emetic Records) sounds akin to a giant walking the earth, simply moving things aside without noticing.  Headbonging and smokediving they traveled through the vast majority of Europe, visited US and South America as well. True evil blues this band has summoned, and you the listener, shall reap their rewards, as the new album is coming!
Nightstalker,  the  preeminent  godfathers  of  Greek  hard  rock  music  scene,  boast  a 30-year  legacy  adorned  in  heavy  riffs,  hazy  smoke,  and  raw  psychedelia.  Countless attempts to categorize their unique sound have failed time and time again, as their varied influences   have   produced   an   intoxicating   mixture   of   sonic   textures   you   won’t   find anywhere   else.   Just   like   Kyuss,   Monster   Magnet,   Black   Sabbath,   and   Motörhead, Nightstalker have left an unparalleled imprint on the rock underground.   The Dead  Rock  Commandos of  Greece  offer  a  discography  of  eight  hard-punching albums  that  have  consistently  expanded  Nightstalker’s  template  without  ever  straying from the band’s identity. Their latest album, 2019’s Great Hallucinations, is auditory proofof the band’s extensive experimentation with every illicit substance known to man. With itsgroovy,  catchy  riffs  and  deep,  expansive  psychedelic  tracks,  Nightstalker’s  latest  opus  iseasily the most mature yet trippy body of work the band has ever produced.Nightstalker  was  founded  in  1989  by  the  band’s  frontman  and  original  drummer, Argy.  In  1992,  Nightstalker  recruited  bassist  Andreas  Lagios  (ex-Rotting  Christ).  With Lagios’s  help,  the  band  released  their  first  EP, Side  FX,  in  1994.  Built  off  the  strength  of songs  like “Spit”  and “Mad  Prophet,”  the  album’s  sound  was  completely  new  for  Greekaudiences,  a  factor  that  sparked  the  fanatic  following  that  still  supports  the  band  today. Two  years  later,    Nightstalker  released  their  first  full-length  album, Use,  making  1996  a  landmark  year  for  both  the  band  and  Greek  rock  history.  After  this  seminal  release, Nightstalker took four years to perfect the tracks for their follow-up EP, The Ritual. The  addition  of  guitarist  Tolis  Motsios  in  2004  brought  forth  an  original,  funky, psychedelic  masterpiece  called Just  A  Burn.  In  2009,  the  band  released Superfreak, the first  album  signed  to  a  US  label,  Meteorcity  Records,  and  quickly  received  international acclaim.  Three  years  later,  Nightstalker  released Dead  Rock  Commandos,  a  standout album that earned them thousands of fans worldwide and produced some of their biggest hits, solidifying them as legends in the hard rock music scene and establishing Children of the Sun as an anthem that would personify  the Greek Rock scene for years to come.   Their seventh  album, As  Above,  So  Below,  proved  that  Nightstalker  improved  with  age  and introduced  a  new  element  in  the  band’s  sound:  electric  blues.  Nightstalker’s  latest  work(the  aforementioned Great  Hallucinations)  created  a  frenzy  that  was,  unfortunately, prematurely stifled by the global pandemic. True to form, the band has promised to hit the road as soon they’re able to perform live shows again.It’s no secret that the band has a long-lasting, almost romantic, affair with the stage.From Greece to the UK, Nightstalker have electrified crowds for 30 years, and they plan to continue for 30 more! While the band has toured long enough to share the stage with rock royalty like Ramones and Uriah Heep, they never tire of performing live. They thrive on it.