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Below is our complete Supervoid news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Ripple Music is pleased to announce "The Second Coming Of Heavy" - a new series of 12" split LPs designed to bring music and vinyl lovers everywhere the best in heavy rock. The label comments:
"Featuring the best and most exciting emerging bands from the underground, already onboard with the project are Borracho, Volume IV, Supervoid, Red Wizard, Desert Suns, Bonehawk, Blue Snaggletooth, Red Desert, Switchblade Jesus, Geezer, Chiefs, Red Mesa and more.
"Each chapter of the series will be strictly limited to 300, with no re-pressings and will have three editions, Black Virgin (for those who love black vinyl), OBI Edition, and the Resurrection Edition.
"These will be the most badass vinyl we’ve ever put out, with the art all tied together by Joseph Rudell and Carrie Olaje. Expect Chapter One to come out end April or early May. Here’s a sneak peek at the rough art for the first cover." More...
The line-up for the Moving The Earth Fest II has been posted below. It will take place again at the Windup Space in Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday and Sunday March 22nd and 23rd.
Saturday will feature Sixty Watt Shaman and Sunday will feature veteran Maryland doom band Iron Man, whose "Hail to the Haze" official video is posted below. Get more information over on the event page.
MOVING THE EARTH FEST II
Saturday March 22nd 7pm
The Return of Sixty Watt Shaman
Sunday March 23rd 6pm
Bastards of Reality
The long awaited Doommantia Vol. 2 anthology has been released. This compilation was put together to raise money to benefit Ed Barnard, founder of Doommantia.com. After suffering with heart problems for years, Ed was hit with astronomical hospital bills which left him homeless. Due to the lack of decent healthcare in the US, Ed has now returned to his homeland of Australia to receive the care he deserves.
To help him with living expenses, 84 bands and artists from all over the world have come together once again to ease the burden left upon Ed. Just a nominal sum (with an option to pay more) gets you over 9 hours of some of the best doom, stoner, sludge, psychedelic, and drone jams out there. Stream the whole compilation and get the download details over at bandcamp. More...