AltCtrlToob Video Premiere: League of Corruption’s “Want Me Gone”

Can I get an “Oh, yeahhhhhhhhhh!” Vancouver’s League of Corruption takes a journey to the American South with their new single “Want Me Gone.” It’s one of the tracks from their upcoming debut album Something in the Water, being released via Black Doomba Records on June 12th. “Want Me Gone” tells the sordid tale of… Continue reading AltCtrlToob Video Premiere: League of Corruption’s “Want Me Gone”

NERD TALK with Jerry Lovett of CULT OF SORROW

Hey, it’s Jerry Lovett here from Cult Of Sorrow joining you on this edition of Nerd Talk! Favorite Movie Jaws I was pretty young when Jaws came out. I ended up seeing it seven times at the movies and countless other times since. I own the anniversary edition on DVD and still watch it about… Continue reading NERD TALK with Jerry Lovett of CULT OF SORROW

Listening Lately: Cult of Sorrow, Markov Soroka, and Matt Heckler

This week’s edition of Listening Lately is ALL over the place… Opening with audio of a Satanic ritual is one way to make a statement — and that’s how the first track of Cult of Sorrow’s new album  begins, with some kind of movie sample blasting into high-octane trad metal riffage.  The Ohio band is… Continue reading Listening Lately: Cult of Sorrow, Markov Soroka, and Matt Heckler

Black Doomba and Nude Kangaroos: An Interview with Tommy Stewart

I first became familiar with the work of bassist, vocalist, and audio engineer Tommy Stewart while editing a press release for one of his bands, Negative Wall.  Their intriguing debut album Gammagelu was doomy prog journey through outer space, with three tracks about evil aliens and one Electric Wizard cover.  This Georgia musician resurfaced in… Continue reading Black Doomba and Nude Kangaroos: An Interview with Tommy Stewart

Someone Else’s Comp, Part II: Doombanomicon

Doom comps are all the rage these days!  Georgia label Black Doomba Records is releasing Doombanomicon, a collection of thirteen doom songs from every subgenre niche; it’s currently available digitally through bandcamp and out on vinyl this May. “This is not a compilation,” says Black Doomba owner Tommy Stewart.  According to the press release, “It… Continue reading Someone Else’s Comp, Part II: Doombanomicon