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The band’s name should tell you everything you need to know about their sound with the exception of it being all instrumental ala Earthless. Their music is heavy, dark doom metal that rolls over you like a steamroller stuck in first gear. I think the band’s description of their own sound should tell you everything, “You may feel dizzy. You may have difficulty focusing. You may need to breathe more rapidly. You may be subject to fits of hysterical shouting or even laughter. You may experience a shift in consciousness.” I can tell you, listening to their 31 minute opus, Nachthexen, will probably make you do all of that and more. This is a doom lover’s weed filled ride across a cloud of fat riffs that for me has me thinking of sun filled hot summer days sharing a cold one and perhaps more with friends. As a longtime fan of legendary Sleep I found Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard satisfied my need for a doom fix in a big way. This 31 minute epic track is just what any doom lover should be looking for to satisfy their need for some good, groove laden doom. Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard have arrived and we are all doomed!
A Quick awesome sample for you
MWWB have gone full on retro releasing this one on cassette-only label, Tape Worship Records, available starting September 1st but you can listen to the full track & buy it via Bandcamp now. Take a listen to a sample below, you won’t be disappointed. Or join in the online sale event hosted by TWR via Facebook.
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