Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard Debut New Song “Eagduru” From Upcoming New Split

Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard debut a new track from their forthcoming split with Irish doom band Slomatics.

The band commented about the split that: “Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard have been big fans of Slomatics for years. We have kind of obdurate tastes when it comes to heavy music so we like bands that fly their own flag and in our opinion Slomatics do just that. After chatting to Dave (Majury) it was pretty clear that both bands had a lot in common and when somebody brought up the idea of a collaboration it was a no brainer. We spent a lot of time discussing the content of this record and didn’t want to do just another split record. Although Split records are great for underground bands like us, we just wanted to make it ‘special’. Kind of an early 70s prog ethic to it. We all enjoyed the whole process and I’m not alone in thinking we’d like to do more collaborations in the future with more collaboration between the 2 bands. That’s if we can find the time.”

Listen to the song below:

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Pink Floyd Tribute Album Coming Via Magnetic Eye Records

New York independent music label Magnetic Eye Records has announced plans to release Pink Floyd tribute album, “The Wall [Redux],” this spring. Featuring a veritable who’s who of underground heavy music, the ambitious 26 track album is a part of the label’s Redux series, which focuses on iconic albums and invites bands to re-imagine and cover its songs from end to end.

The project is fan-funded and will only see the light of day if it makes its pledged Kickstarter goal by March 5th. For full details or to back the project, visit this location. Cover art and layout will be handled by Minneapolis artist David Paul Seymour (Opeth, Graveyard, The Sword). Artists confirmed to appear on “The Wall [Redux]” include:

– Domkraft
– Ironweed
– Ghastly Sound
– Mos Generator
– Low Flying Hawks (featuring Dale Crover of The Melvins)
– Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard
– Sergeant Thunderhoof
– The Slim Kings
– Solace
– Summoner
– The Ultra Electric Mega Galactic (featuring Ed Mundell, formerly of Monster Magnet)
– WhiteNails
– Worshipper
– Year of the Cobra

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Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard Announces UK-Tour With Ohhms

Wrexham, UK psychedelic doom/sludge outfit Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard has just announced a UK tour with Ohhms, after releasing the band’s second album “Y Proffwyd Dwyll” earlier this year. The title track taken from it, released on September 30th 2016 through New Heavy Sounds, can be streamed below.

Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard and Ohhms play the following UK dates:

Thursday, 9th // Club Ifor Bach – Cardiff (MWWB Only)*
Saturday 11th // COVENTRY The Phoenix
Sunday 12th // BASINGSTOKE The Sanctuary
Monday 13th // OXFORD The Cellar
Tuesday 14th // NEWCASTLE The Northumberland Arms (MWWB Only)*
Wednesday 15th // BRISTOL Stag & Hounds
Thursday 16th // BOURNEMOUTH The Anvil
Friday 17th // SWANSEA The Scene Club
Saturday 18th // BRIGHTON Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

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Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard Premieres Pre-Release Full-Album Stream Of Upcoming New Album “Y Proffwydd Dwyll”

Psychedelic doom/sludge band Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard premieres the pre-release full-album stream of the band’s upcoming new album “Y Proffwydd Dwyll”, which will be out in stores tomorrow Friday, September 30 via New Heavy Sounds.

Check out now “Y Proffwydd Dwyll” in its entirety below.

Says guitarist Paul Michael Davies about the new album:

“We wanted to push the doom template a bit, especially as Jessica is not your typical female/doom vocalist, we definitely wanted it to be more than your “typical doom”. The title is in Welsh (as are the album credits) as we are from Wales. “Y Proffwyd Dwyll” loosely translates as ‘The False Prophet’ and there is a concept running through the album… worship. However, Jessica never shows us the final lyrics, she’s a bit mysterious, in fact it’s all a bit mysterious, but that’s cool. We like the listener to make up their own stories to the tracks.”

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