Album Spotlight; Camel Driver by Camel Driver

Camel Driver by Camel Driver

Camel Driver make some of the finest instrumental stoner rock you’ll find. The riffs are huge, and the sound, well it’s outstanding. Don’t take my word for it though, give it a whirl yourself. Continue reading

KIND; A New Project from Black Pyramid, Elder, Roadsaw and Rozamov Members


Formed in 2013 by Matt Couto (Elder), Darryl Shepard (Black Pyramid, The Scimitar) and Tom Corino (Rozamov) – after the trio spent time jamming together in-between day-to-day commitments – the doom supergroup KIND quickly cemented their formation with the addition of Roadsaw vocalist Craig Riggs. Continue reading

Valley – Debut EP “Sunburst” Now Streaming In Full

Valley – Debut EP “Sunburst” Now Playing In Full Via PopMatters

Stockholm, Sweden’s instrumental psychedelic-rock group VALLEY will release their debut EP “Sunburst” next week, on September 9th via Version Studio Records and starting today you get the chance to preview the full release courtesy of PopMatters, which is hosting its exclusive stream HERE. Continue reading

DESERTFEST BELGIUM: EARTH confirmed! Seven More bands announced!

EARTH to headline DESERTFEST BELGIUM 2015, plus seven more bands announced!
For its next-to-last announcement, DESERTFEST BELGIUM is proud to welcome megalithic legends EARTH to the bill, for the first time ever at Desertfest! In addition, the festival also confirmed Ukraine’s number one heavy mongers STONED JESUS, Copenhagen’s instrumental drone trio PAPIR, eclectic foursome USA OUT OF VIETNAM, Argentina’s sludgers BANDA DE LA MUERTE, British rockers CRYSTAL HEAD, Bruges vintage THE HEAVY CROWN and the one and only PENDEJO!

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Album Spotlight; Bastards’ Brew by The Gentlemen Bastards

Bastards' Brew by The Gentlemen Bastards

The Gentlemens Bastards are a bluesy rock band with a tad of a Clutch meets QOTSA vibe going for them. Their 2012 self titled release was pretty damn impressive. I remember having it stuck on repeat when I reviewed it. Now they’ve recently released their latest opus, Bastards’ Brew. The album takes their sound from the last album to all new levels. It’s got enough riffs and melodic Continue reading

Railroad of Sin Podcast – September 2015

2015 - 09 cover

September is here. August seen some pretty great releases. The newest Podcast deals with some of the great songs from albums released in August. Continue reading

The Hunted Crows Release New Single

The Hunted Crows - Get Out


Melbourne’s new groove-rock band, The Hunted Crows, have today released a powerful new single, entitled “Get Out”. The group have set a captivating precedent for their live shows this year, packing out residencies at Yah Yah’s and Cherry Bar, as well as entertaining a crammed Corner Hotel supporting Electric Mary. Fans can expect twice the crowd surfing and triple the neck injuries on the “Get Out” tour. Continue reading

Album Spotlight; Of The Southern Plains by Mountain Rag

Of The Southern Plains by Mountain Rag

Hole-E-shit! What a fucking burning and scorching album. It’s heavy blues and fuzzed out rock almost as if ZZ Top meets Led Zeppelin. Like foot stomping rock that really gets your blood pumping, look no further. This is some really really REALLY good stuff here. I’m really at a loss for Continue reading

Introducing: The Medusa

The Medusa Band


THE MEDUSA, the new stoner rock/metal band from Richmond, VA (featuring original Alabama Thunderpussy vocalist, Johnny Throckmorton) have released 2 songs for streaming on their YouTube page: Continue reading

SNAIL: Smashing New Album “Feral” Out September 25 on Small Stone Records

Seattle based psych metal forerunners SNAIL are making a great comeback with their heavy, hazy and stirrring fourth record “Feral”, to be released this September on Small Stone Records.
SNAIL formed in 1992 in Los Angeles, consisting of singer Mark Johnson (The Crucified, PASTE, Blessing the Hogs), bassist Matt Lynch and drummer Marty Dodson. The eponymous first album (Big Deal Records) garnered much praise in the press, and gained a loyal following from peers, leading to the DIY, 4-track cassette-recorded All Channels are Open EP, after whichSNAIL sadly succumbed to the “sex, drugs, and rock and roll” lifestyle and eroded to the point of breaking up.

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