Record Reviews - K

KING HOWL QUARTET (s/t) CD

May/14/2013

These four guys from Sardinia have the delta blues in their blood, there's no doubt about that. And they have a good taste, because their self-titled debut album includes cover versions from Blind Willie Johnson and Skip James...

KRAKOW (Diin) CD

Nov/20/2012

My first impression of Krakow was that these guys are playing a strenuous mix of Post Rock, Sludge and Black Metal at times. Especially the harsh screams remind of the most famous musical export of their country Norway...

KING KRONOS (Soundzilla) LP/CD

Aug/05/2012

Sachsen-Anhalt's own King Kronos are one of the newer signings of Stefan Koglek's Elektrohasch Records. So it's no surprise, that King Kronos got some Psychedelic tunes in their music, but that's not a poignant term to describe them...

KORPERSCHWACHE (Evil Walks) CD

Apr/17/2011

Outside it's a sunny spring day, but 'Evil Walks' gives me a cold and dystopian feeling and that is not a bad thing in itself. Not because I hate sunny spring days, but because it shows that KORPERSCHWACHE do everything right on their life-threatening and bleak mission...

KING GIANT (Southern Darkness) CD

Dec/21/2010

The album title holds, what it promises. Most songs have a groovy, southern, grinding vibe, backed up with the typical throaty vocals...

KING REMEDY (Self Destruction) CD-R

Oct/24/2010

Two Finnish guys have discovered their penchant for delta blues, vintage rock 'n' roll and heavy rock and decided to form a band in 2008. Of course, this is the story of KING REMEDY, a two-man band from Pohja, comprising of Antti Huttunen (vocals, bass) and Jussi Konttinen (guitar)...

KELLY CARMICHAEL (Queen Fareena) CD

Aug/06/2009

Ex-Pentagram/Internal Void guitarist Kelly Carmichael returns with his second solo recording dedicated to the blues. In contrast to his first solo album 'Old Stock', 'Queen Fareena' has taken on a more ragtime, country blues, and dixieland cast...

KILAUEA (s/t) MCD-R

Dec/14/2007

Named after a Hawaiian volcano, this heavy US-trio from Portland, OR, isn't as powerful as a volcanic eruption, but they make a very good start with this self-released five-tracker. This two guys plus one woman are playing 1970's inspired Hardrock with a doomy guitar-tone, fronted by clear, but rough male vocals...

KUBE (Stockholm Syndrom) CD

Nov/30/2007

It's always good to hear, when a band leaves the typical "stonerrock" blueprint behind. If not for you, than it's always good for me, because it's no fun to listen to ten bands, who are all sounding the same...

KELLY CARMICHAEL (Old Stock) CD

Nov/01/2004

It no secret that outstanding heavy players like Kelly Carmichael, Victor Griffin, Dale Flood or Scott 'Wino' Weinrich have been strongly influenced by Blues and Jazz. Just listen close to their works and you will agree with me...

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