May 24, 2018 Greg Pratt
In which we revisit an absurd and ambitious Mexican metal rock opera from 1984.
April 12, 2018 Greg Pratt
Revisiting The Shiver‘s one and only album, 1969’s Walpurgis.
March 8, 2018 Greg Pratt
In 1975, Dirty Tricks put out a proto-metal album that had a couple dips into proto-doom; today, we re-examine that record to see how it’s held up.
February 15, 2018 Greg Pratt
In 1972, Jerusalem released their one and only album. And it was heavy , as we find out in the latest Primitive Origins .
January 4, 2018 Greg Pratt
Revisiting Australian rockers Buffalo ‘s 1973 foray into proto-metal, Volcanic Rock .
November 23, 2017 Greg Pratt
Looking back at the 1970 album Dead Man from early heavy southern rockers Josefus .
October 12, 2017 Greg Pratt
Checking back in with Black Death and their 1984 album, a very early documentation of an African-American metal band.
September 7, 2017 Greg Pratt
For this round of Primitive Origins, we go back to Moscow in 1985 to revisit Aria ‘s “Megalomania” (or whatever it’s called).
July 13, 2017 Greg Pratt
Re-evaluating Primevil‘s 1974 proto-stoner album Smokin’ Bats at Campton’s.
June 8, 2017 Greg Pratt
Re-examining Leaf Hound’s 1971 proto-stoner album Growers of Mushroom.
May 11, 2017 Greg Pratt
In which we go back and examine Greece proto-metal band Socrates Drank the Conium’s self-titled debut from 1972.
April 13, 2017 Greg Pratt
You know the cover, now find out more about Dust’s 1971 debut in our most recent Primitive Origins.
March 9, 2017 Greg Pratt
Our latest Primitive Origins looks at the strange case of Idaho’s Salem Mass and their sole full-length, Witch Burning.
February 2, 2017 Greg Pratt
Our latest Primitive Origins examines the 1972 proto-prog-metal of Germans Night Sun.
November 10, 2016 Greg Pratt
Belgium’s Blast were laying down proto-thrash bpms in 1972.