Daily Album Stream: Bison Machine – Hoarfrost

Daily Album Stream

Online music streaming is a great service, but sometimes you just want to listen to an album in its entirety from start to finish. Not sure what album to listen to? Well, I'll gladly assist! Here's a handpicked album, available for streaming, beginning-to-end. Just hit play and listen. Enjoy!

Today's album — Bison Machine's Hoarfrost.

I've been following fellow Michiganders, Bison Machine, for a few years now, but it really kicked off when I saw them open for Truckfighters when they played in Detroit. Hoarfrost is their latest and greatest, and my favorite album from 2015. You could always read my review of the album, but listening to it may e preferable…

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Daily Album Stream: The Sword – Warp Riders

Daily Album Stream

Online music streaming is a great service, but sometimes you just want to listen to an album in its entirety from start to finish. Not sure what album to listen to? Well, I'll gladly assist! Here's a handpicked album, available for streaming, beginning-to-end. Just hit play and listen. Enjoy!

Today's album — The Sword's Warp Riders.

Another one of Bill and my favorite albums from 2010. Arguably the band's best album and a departure from their doom metal albums that came before it.

No Bandcamp for this album available, but the link to the band's Indie Merch store after the jump.

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Hump Day Freebie: Trash Titan – Trash Titan (the lost album)

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You’ve made it through half of the work week! For that reason, you deserve a reward. What better way to reward yourself than with a new album? Better yet, a FREE album. That ought to make up for your week so far. Okay, maybe not, but it does make the pill easier to swallow, even if only slightly.

Today's freebie is: Trash Titan's Trash Titan.

For the second week, I'm giving you long-lost albums that have been found. What can I say? These albums age like fine wine!

If you don't know Trash Titan, then you should get to know them. Right now would be a good time, too. Well, after you finish this post. They play some fuzzy, whiskey-soaked rock. Not convincing enough? The band describes their lost album's sound as better than I can:

Picture the Black Keys getting anally violated by Black Sabbath while Howlin' Wolf guzzles Everclear cut with swamp sludge and you're in the AAA ball park.

Yeah. If that doesn't sell the album to you then I don't know what could. Okay, now you can have at it.