A sci-fi doom voyage through 70's inspired stoner music scapes and blues riffs from this battle scarred line-up of musicians you've probably heard on many metal recordings. Including alumni from Hallows Eve, Bludy Gyres, and Tommy Stewart's Dyerwulf.
released February 8, 2019
Don Cole (guitar)
Dennis Reid (drums, percussion, keyboard, didgeridoo)
Tommy Stewart (bass, vocals, hammond bass organ, theremin)
Art by Jeff Grimal
Photos by Gary Flinn
Produced by Tommy Stewart @ Blue Ogre Noise Lab
for Black Doomba Records
Wow, what a killer album! I'm new to this band, and can't deny that their name got my attention as an old Flaming Lips fan. This is such a cool blend of heavy and psychedelic. I really hope to see these cats play live, I'm sure they put on one Hell of a show. deepHzing
Dark Overlords of instrumental doom are back, again. And they've pushed the evil awesomeness to 11 in this release. The heavy riffage is, of course, omnipresent, but the drums, guitar licks, space vibe, and time changes really come in stronger. Their best yet. DoomWitch
I dont buy alot of music so when I do I like to treat my self to a mint deluxe (vinyl) and a royale with cheese.
This album will change your life.
I have bought this album 3 times because I play it for friends and they drug me and steal it, kidding aside I give it to them and I come back for another.
12/19/19 AbNormal Listening Habits