Sludge Metal

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Sludge metal generally combines the slow tempos, heavy rhythms and dark, pessimistic atmosphere of doom metal with the aggression, shouted vocals and occasional fast tempos of hardcore punk.

Post Sludge / Atmospheric Sludge metal This metal movement takes influences from post-rock as well as from sludge metal. While it is in many ways similar to post-rock, post-sludge metal tends to include lower-tuned guitars, darker themes and tones, and heavier drums. Post-sludge stresses emotion, contrasting the ambiance of post-rock with the weight and bombast of metal. Vocals are deemphasized or non-existent, and lyrics tend to be equally abstract: often thematic or philosophical in nature. It was originally a largely American phenomenon, but also included in its development some Japanese bands. Bands like Neurosis, Isis, Cult of Luna, and Pelican write lengthy songs (typically five or six per album) that can range from light and guitar-driven to extremely heavy, drum and bass-driven.

Atmospheric Sludge Metal

Post-metal as with atmospheric sludge is a genre that uses metal music to create a sound that draws heavily on atmospheres and textures.

This approach was used by many sludge metal bands including ISIS, Neurosis and Pelican, combining post-rock techniques with sludge metal. Bands in other genres including black metal and doom also combined those styles with atmospheric elements to create metal best described as atmospheric black metal or atmospheric doom metal (or atmospheric folk metal etc). Those bands are listed in MMA under atmospheric sludge metal, atmospheric black metal, doom metal or whatever core style best describes them.

A number of bands originally rooted in those styles moved away from their original sludge (or other) metal roots, increasingly focusing on the post-metal elements of their sound. Others were never based on those styles of metal and took their influences directly from post-rock, adding metal elements to create a more abrasive and expansive sound. These bands are listed as post-metal.

Post-metal is captured as a child-sub of sludge metal on MMA to reflect the stylistic origins of many post-metal bands in atmospheric sludge metal, albeit those origins have largely been left behind.

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ACID BATH Paegan Terrorism Tactics

Album · 1996 · Sludge Metal
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"Paegan Terrorism Tactics" is the 2nd full-length studio album by US, Louisiana based metal act Acid Bath. The album was released through Rotten Records in November 1996 and it´s the successor to "When the Kite String Pops" from 1994. The two albums feature the same lineup. "Paegan Terrorism Tactics" would be Acid Bath´s last album release as they split-up in 1997 following the death of bassist Audie Pitre.

"When the Kite String Pops (1994)" was quite the diverse release and it was generally a hard release to put a label on, other than calling it a really, really heavy album with schizophrenic moments of stylistic insanity. The same pretty much applies to "Paegan Terrorism Tactics". It´s an incredibly heavy album which oozes a dark and depressive atmosphere, but also loads of frustration and aggression. The band are very well playing. They have an organic playing style and understand the importance of changing pace and dynamics throughout the album. Lead vocalist Dax Riggs is the real star here though. Not since the heyday of Layne Staley (Alice in Chains) have I heard a vocalist able to conjure up nightmarish opium dreams with an authentic intensity and great passion like Riggs does here. Damn he is a great singer with a powerful voice and the skills to use it to full effect. His lyrics are nicely abstract and gloomy too. Riggs sings both warm paatos filled clean vocal parts and distorted screaming "core" tinged parts. The latter provides the music with an extreme metal edge, but there are also some pretty raw riffs and rhythms featured on the album, which point in that direction.

"Paegan Terrorism Tactics" is overall a diverse and quite dynamic album though, and it can go from the most intense and crushingly heavy doomy grooves, to dark psychadelic tinged atmospheric parts, to semi-avant garde type section, to a track like "Dead Girl", which is best described as a bizarre singer/songwriter type track, featuring only vocals and acoustic guitar. Doom, sludge, stoner, alternative, punk, hardcore, and hard rock elements all combined into something pretty unique sounding.

One of the great assets of the album is how the tracks are constructed. While all tracks feature vers/chorus structures during their playing time, most go beyond that tried and true formula, and most feature unconventional structures and sections. The diversity of the material may initially come off as a bit stylistically inconsistent and maybe even confusing to the listener, but those ready for a sonic journey into the adventurous there is a good chance they will come away from the listening experience intrigued. Some maybe even excited...

"Paegan Terrorism Tactics" is not an easy listening experience despite parts of it being relatively accessible in nature. But the eclectic material is one of the major attractions of the album. Add to that brilliant musicianship and a powerful, organic, and raw sound production, and the album is upon conclusion a high quality release. A 4.5 star (90%) rating is deserved.

KAPTAN KADAVRA Kaptan Kadavra

Album · 2021 · Sludge Metal
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Kaptan Kadavra are a Turkish metal band who self-released their self-titled album on the 1st of January 2021. Although filed here under sludge metal, I find it hard to pinpoint the album to one specific genre as elements of few other metal sub-genres genres are equally prominent. The overall sound of the album is heavy, raw and powerful with abrasive guitars and harsh, mid to high-pitched vocals that cross the bridges of death and black metal while the heaviness is interspersed with lighter sections of cleaner, middle eastern influenced guitar work and atmospheric samples of dialect. The production is fairly raw which suits the musical style well and my only complaint would be that the drums are a bit too low in the mix for my preference.

Although slow to mid-tempo, bluesy sludge riffs are present, the album also delivers a serious amount of groove with some guitar parts and rhythms taking influence from the staccato-like riffs of early Helmet but turbocharged with a healthy dose of Gojira-style aggression, pick raking/scraping and pinch harmonics. This is best documented in the fifth track “Buhar Gücü”.

A personal highlight is the third track “Güller Açar” which boasts a great sludgy stoner metal riff as its main theme but also has faster and more angular segments that sound more calculated and remind me of the precise and robotic structures of Meshuggah’s music.

The album reaches its mellowest point on “Beni Hayat Yoruyor” which adds a psychedelic factor before the onslaught continues again. Aspects of Mastodon’s early work can be heard towards the end of the album in the octave-drops in the track “Katiyen”, the excellent harmonising guitar flicks in “Tasikardi” and most of all in the aggressive heavy riffing of the closing track “Et ve Kemik”.

Overall, this is an interesting and enjoyable composition which successfully integrates influences from a wide range of metal sub-genres and is delivered by skilled musicians. Kaptan Kadavra are definitely a band I’ll be keeping an eye on.

KIRK WINDSTEIN Dream In Motion

Album · 2020 · Sludge Metal
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"Dream in Motion" is the debut full-length studio album by US, Louisiana based music artist Kirk Windstein (his first solo album). The album was released through eOne in January 2020. Windstein is predominantly known as a founding member and the lead vocalist/guitarist of sludge metal act Crowbar, but also for his involvement in acts like Down and Kingdom of Sorrow. Windstein performs vocals, guitars, and bass on the album, while producer Duane Simoneaux performs the drum and the keyboard parts.

As Windstein´s name and reputation are inevitably linked to his dominant role in Crowbar, it was my fear that "Dream in Motion" might just be a watered down version of said act, but after a few listens that fear proves unfounded. Sure this is both heavy, doomy, and melancholic music, which are all descriptors which could also be applied to Crowbar´s music, but the material on "Dream in Motion" are not as fucused on grooves and riffs, but rather on atmosphere and Windstein´s singing and melody lines. Anyone who has listened to Crowbar, knows that there are sometimes some melodic tracks featured on their albums where Windstein sings rather than shouts with his raw hardcore influenced voice, and if a comparison to Crowbar has to be made, it would be to those songs and not the heavy groove laden sludge metal that they are predominantly known for.

Tracks like the title track and "Toxic", which are in the heavy and slightly more groove laden end of the song spectrum on "Dream in Motion", are exceptions rather than the norm. The remaining tracks are usually slower, more atmospheric, and melancholic in nature, with some relatively strong singing and melody lines by Windstein. The album features nine originals and a cover of "Aqualung" by Jethro Tull. I´m sure Windstein had great fun covering that tune, but honestly the cover is a bit tame when you know the original.

"Dream in Motion" features a well sounding production job, and upon conclusion it´s a decent first solo album by Windstein. He won´t move mountains or revolutionize heavy music, but it´s an album well worth investigating for fans of heavy, doomy, and melancholic music and of course for fans of Windstein´s other projects. A 3.5 star (70%) rating is deserved.

SWEATY MAMMOTH Low N Slow

Album · 2021 · Sludge Metal
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“Low N Slow” is the fourth studio album from Ohio based sludge metal outfit Sweaty Mammoth (best band name I’ve heard in a long time). It was digitally self-released by the band in February 2021. The overall sound is dominated by low tuned, thick guitars and clean, melodic vocals which should please fans of Floor and Torche but lacks some of the rather accessible and poppy hooks present in the music of these bands - in particular, the latter. Fans of Mastodon's mid 00s work should also enjoy the crushing and sludgy, yet intricate guitar work.

There is also a notable fusion of elements of 90s sludge metal and 70s classic rock (think Blue Öyster Cult) while the jam like guitar solos are reminiscent of the stoner rock/metal scene of the 90s and 00s. Tempo wise, the album maintains the classic sludge formula of being pretty slow sporadically interspersed with faster and more aggressive parts. Although the bulk of the vocal delivery is clean, harsh screaming does feature occasionally, most notably on “Minwax Polecat” and the final track “In” which builds up to become an utterly crushing doom fest before ending with a weird trippy outro.

The album is consistent in quality throughout so it’s hard for me to pick specific highlights but my favourite tracks are the aforementioned “In” and “Pube Casino” – a mainly instrumental track which combines blistering lead guitar parts and slower atmospheric parts into a neat, coherent piece of music which would not sound out of place on Mastodon's 'Blood Mountain" album.

There may be nothing ground-breaking here but its definitely worth checking out as it is well played music with plenty of strong, meaty riffs as well as bringing something fresh to the world of sludge and I have found it extremely enjoyable listening and it will become part of my regular rotation.

DEADWOUND Identity Shapes

EP · 2017 · Sludge Metal
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DEADWOUND released its debut EP titled IDENTITY SHAPES in 2017 and showcased an aggressive mix of blackened sludge metal with the immediacy of post-hardcore. This five member Britsh lineup of Luke Kempton (vocals), Phil Mann (guitar), Maxwell Thomas (guitar), Gavin Thomas (bass) and Gregory Allum (drums) from Kingston upon Thames crafts a harsh noisy mix of 90s Eyehategod with a darker and even bleaker approach with thrashy hardcore tinged grooves and a heftier than usual sludge metal percussive delivery.

This short EP only features five tracks, reaches the 21 1/2 minute mark and stampedes in a Hulk-smash rage for its duration. Caustic twin guitars in dissonant fury find a bombastic bass and dramatic drumming delivery perfectly accent Luke Kempton’s angry Gojira-like vocal screams. With touches of atonality and bouts of pseudo-progressive time signature meltdowns, IDENTITY SHAPES manages to deliver a whopping dose of toxic metal buildup in an effective short time span and as the cover art suggests, this is the perfect soundtrack for lounging around naked in a pit of skulls enshrouded by a sinewy vine covered setting in some ominous underworld.

While most tracks exist in the overall spectrum of the sludge metal paradigm, “Witch” for example tramples on as a more quickened form of blackened doom metal whereas “Cruel Road” takes atonality to a slightly higher level which heightens the dread and doom experience a few notches before bursting into a faster post-hardcore freneticism. The musicians are all seasoned with an obvious appreciation for a number of extreme metal and punk styles that all converge to make a muddy distorted sonic catastrophe to the soul with a bleakness oft reserved for only the most nihilistic black metal acts.

This is certainly metal music that qualifies as evil as fuck sounding with an ominous jangling of every guitar riff and an unholy submission that banters your soul and topples your sanity. While i wouldn’t call DEADWOUND’s debut a complete compendium of masterful proportions, i do find this style of hybrid metal taken to the n-th degree exhilarating and well worth the time it took to hunt it down. This is certainly a band that has some serious potential so i do hope that this is not a mere one-off and that DEADWOUND are dead serious in taking their nasty gnarled stylistic approach to the next level. Sludge metal rarely finds such proficient delivers of substantial technical mastery while existing in the vacuous state of hopelessness.

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ISIS Clearing The Eye

Movie · 2006 · Atmospheric Sludge Metal
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Probably only really for fans of ISIS (I mean, who else would buy a concert DVD than a fan of the band in question?), but an absolutely great experience. Witness an incredible band at their peak. The main feature here is the full 70 minute performance from Sydney Australia in 2005. Great cinematic camera work, a relaxing and overall fantastic performance of some of the best songs ISIS ever wrote. Top notch. No complaints here, though I'm a giant fanboy so take my opinion with a grain of salt or 10.

Most of the other live videos are curios, though they are quite good - not the same professional sound and video quality as the Australia concert.

I made my mom buy me this for Christmas a few years ago, ahaha

MASTODON The Workhorse Chronicles: The Early Years 2000-2005

Movie · 2006 · Sludge Metal
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The Workhorse Chronicles is a must have for any fan of the band. Period. The DVD contains a huge documentary, their first four music videos and live performances of just about every song the band had written up until the touring for Leviathan. The documentary is incredibly informative, with details on how the band formed, inter band relationships, the witting process, touring, their personal lives and what inspires them. Footage from their old bands, their earliest shows and backstage is mixed with candid interviews to let you in on just about every aspect of the band you could think of.

The dvd displays just what a down to earth collection of musicians Mastodon are, never acting like rock stars and always feeling honored to be where they are. While the dvd is completely serious and professional, fans of the band will already know what a humorous bunch of guys they are and will revel in the joking, sarcasm, unusual dreams and even an interview conducted in the shower.

Then you get the live performances taken from several sources, One concert while the band was still a Five Piece playing material off of the then upcomming LifesBlood EP which is recorded by the audience so isn’t of high audio/visual quality. Another Concert is from The Leviathan Tour is a sold out club, with higher Audio/visual quality and a career spanning track listing. Then there are several professionally recorded one off performances for television with superb sound and looks, With songs like ‘Workhorse,’ and ‘Mother Puncher,’ played to the highest standard with crystal clear audio. Finally the music videos which are welcome. Overall this dvd is a must have; with a superb documentary, four videos and an astonishing 29 live songs.

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