Tag: Alienatör

Review: “Sleepwalker” EP by Old Bones

Formed by a trio of friends from Long Island New York who have played together in various projects over the last 20 plus years, Old Bones (Anthony Dallolio – Guitar/Vocals, Dan Walsh – Bass/Vocals and Johnny Dadabo – Guitar/Vocals) pooled their influences in Mastodon, Opeth, Gojira, Eagles of Death Metal, Devin Townsend Project and Russian Circles to

Review: “Ghost Stories I” by Red Tongue Ghost

Hailing from Chicago Illnois and calling themselves Blackened Stoner Metal, Red Tongue Ghost are a trio comprising Lihp (Vocalist/Bassist), Bor (Guitarist/Backing Vocals) and Rej (Drums) who have embraced their inner Norwegian ancestors and taken up traditional Black Metal names. Each member is a veteran of the Chicago Metal scene and forming this new project in

Review: “Simulation” by Dirty Casuals

A Sludge Doom Metal quartet residing in  Cork City Ireland and emerging in late 2015, “Simulation” is the September 2019 Rebel Recordings follow up the 2018’s “Light And Dark Matter” EP from Dirty Casuals. A myriad of shows (including Weddings!) has helped establish Liam Whitnell, Samvel “Sammy” Hovhannisyan, Jim Spillane and Rory Taylor as regulars

Under The Influence #17: Alienator on “Houdini” by Melvins!

“Houdini” marked the major label debut for Melvins in 1993 with Atlantic Records taking advantage of the fan base they had built up with their previous Boner Records independent release “Lysol” the year before. Commercially their biggest success and arguably their most accessible release, it is also an album that has a backstory associated with

Review: “Pariahs” by Alienatör

Alienatör are a Sludge Metal band from Thunder Bay Ontario Canada who want simply one thing. To destroy your mind. Guitarist and vocalist Brad King writes the lyrics while the band as a whole write the music with Josh Hogan handling Drums, Percussion and Back-up Vocals leaving Sean Skillen to play Bass. The full debut