Doom and Stoner Doom are not the originators of long songs but they definitely carry the form in epic proportions. This episode is dedicated to the long-format song and its ability to take you on a journey. We start with a little Vancouver band called Cambodia (2003-2006) and a 22-minute Funeral Doom track that will leave you devastated and yet with a glimmer of hope, Cope is real a song made for this last year and how many of us have gotten by. This is followed by Vile Creature, 2021 Juno Nominee for Best Metal Album, Glory! Glory! Apathy Has Took Helm!, and they let us ponder on When The Path Is Unclear. Then it is time to truly get ready to travel to altered states with Aiauasca from Montreal, in their 35-minute hallucination with the means to heal your mind. Next, it is time to get Stoned and Astral travel with Saint Karloff's 40-minute Interstellar Voodoo. Sit back and buckle up cuz we're going on a space ride. In conclusion, CHRCH brings us a cover of my favourite Black Sabbath song The Wizard. All Hail the Black Goat!!!
Cambodia · Weight of Ages
When The Path is Unclear
Vile Creature · Glory!Glory! Apathy Took Hold!
Aiauasca · Mareacion
Saint Karloff · Interstellar Voodoo
CHRCH · Black Sabbath 'Black Sabbath' : The Cvlt Nation Sessions