Voodoo Mule

Voodoo Mule is a new rock trio from Slovenia, inspired by bands/artists like Melvins, Jimi Hendrix, Sleep, Kyuss, Electric Wizard... They just played their first gigs and tomorrow they would be supporting Swedish doom legends Count Raven in Ljubljana...

Demo 2011
(thx to HellFucker)

Weathers (Greece) - 2011 - Heavy Truck EP

Oh...Shit, the Greek scene is groving like a good weed in a pot during hot summer day.

Good driven, heavy loaded, sludgy tuned...here comes Weathers. Playng good music influenced by your favourite sludge legends.

There is a good company with my favourite bands : 1000 mods, Lucky Funeral, Guinea Pig, Routes...and now you can add Weathers to this battalion for sure !

Weather's bio :

were formed in the end of 2009. Ramon(bass) and Stavros(drums) after a few jams found their way and wrote their first song “Oblivious”, that was when Jim(guitar) and Mike(vocals) joined the band. At the beginning of 2010 the band recorded their first Promo CD ,“Promo 2010”, which contains 3 songs. Unfortunately, in August Jim left the band owing to personal reasons and Mike replaced him. In the middle of March 2011 they recorded and released their first Ep “Heavy Truck”.. Until now they have played with several Greek bands and have given more than 25 performances all over Greece in the line of their Tour that took place from January to March. The future plans of the band are to record their first full-length album and make as many lives as they can. Finally, the band is ready to perform live concerts with new songs and much more to give...


Ride the heavy truck


Wurm - 1985 - Feast LP

you can simply add this to noiserock/sludge/hc roots. Can't believe this record is from 70s'. Even it was released in '85. Wurm has only this album and a 7 inch in their discography.

Würm was formed in the suburbs of Los Angeles 1974 by high school friends Gary McDaniel and Ed Danky. They were joined by drummer Lou Hinzo in 1976. The group's sound contained elements of hard rock and early punk. The band made its name playing parties and throwing bashes at their own living space/practice place, an abandoned structure they took over and dubbed "The Würmhole". It was at The Würmhole that the band made friends with another group, Panic. Würm recorded an album around 1977 or 1978, but the record label failed to pay the studio bills and the tapes were recorded over. The failed album, combined with the drug use of some members and the band's general lifestyle took its toll. The group began to fall apart and Gary soon joined Panic. Panic soon changed their name to Black Flag and Gary began calling himself Chuck Dukowski.

In 1982, while Black Flag was prevented from recording due to an injunction filed during their legal battle with Unicorn Records, Chuck reunited with Lou and Ed and recorded and released a 3-song 7" on SST Records. The group split up shortly afterwards but reformed again in 1983, this time adding Simon Smallwood (of Dead Hippie) as vocalist. This line up recorded an LP but split during the recording and the LP was shelved until 1985. Ed Danky died of a cocaine overdose in 1991.

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