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Vokonis's amazing track of Doom from the Skull Mountain Double Album: 4 Label Sampler from the Underground. All new single art by the amazing Kyrre Bjurling.
An epic song of proto-typical Vokonis Doom. Be prepared.
About Skull Mountain:
Over a year in the making! Perhaps the world's first Four-Label collaborative effort to bring together some of the best heavy psych, stoner, doom from both sides of the Atlantic. Two US-based labels, Ripple Music and Twin Earth Records, join forces with two European-based Lables, DHU Records and Kozmik Artifactz to bring forth a double album of epic proportions, something so massive it could only have it's own monolith, Skull Mountain.
Each Label showcases one full album side of it's signature sound, each song previously unreleased or unreleased mix. The entire album mastered to perfection by Tony Reed at HeavyHead.
Inside the gatefold, Tarot cards display the four element theme of Skull Mountain with each Label represented by it's own signature element, Ripple-Water; Twin Earth-Earth, DHU- Fire, and Kozmik- Air. Accordingly, each label has a limited amount of vinyl available in it's own signature elemental color, Ripple-Blue, Twin Earth - Green, DHU-Red, and Kozmik- Clear
An epic introduction into the worlds of North American and European heavy music. A monumental journey to Skull Mountain
The Watchers - Starfire (Cosmic Nebula mix)
Kingnomad - Dewer's Hollow
Blackwulf - The Tempest (Black Tide mix)
Vokonis - Celestial Embrace
Side Twin Earth
Alastor - Blood on Satan's Claw
Kabbalah - Abomination
Starts that Move - Give It All Away
Haunted - Crossmoth
Disenchanter - More Evil Than Thou
Dawn - Day of the Lord
Witch Ritual - Drawing Down the Moon
Youngblood Supercult - Sticky Fingers
The Heavy Eyes - Home
Devil Electric - Devil's Bells
Red Spektor - Devil's Keeper
Hair of the Dog - My Only Home
supported by 147 fans who also own “Celestial Embrace”
I love the fusing of Pink Floyd and sludge metal grooves on this album. That description is true, but leaves out the crafty songwriting and personal touch inherent in the songs. Recommended. Tim Halbur
supported by 126 fans who also own “Celestial Embrace”
This third studio release from Sergeant Thunderhoof is the best the band have put togther and that is high praise as the first two were pretty damn great stuff. Picking a favoite track was a real chore, and a pleasure as it gave me an opportunity to spend more time with the album trying to pick. Mike Williams