The Nine Circles Playlist Vol. 8 (9.12.2017)

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Greetings once again. It’s been a rough weekend for a lot of people and there’s a lot to do in the coming weeks and months so here’s to hoping for a speedy recovery on all fronts. Irma was mostly a wind and rain event for us, meaning: tress down and power outages so we skated by. Anyway, we have another fantastic playlist in store for you featuring, as usual, a broad spectrum of artists and genres. Think of this as your Tuesday pick me up, or whatever. Give it a listen below and revisit some of our previous playlists while you’re at it. Let’s get to it, shall we… Continue reading

Donuts & CANTO: Shining, Goatwhore, Between the Buried and Me and more!

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Shining (Photo by Levan TK / Invisible Oranges)

May 17, 2017

Good morning, it’s time to metal. Here’s some news you might have missed from yesterday:

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Receiving the Evcharist: Chelsea Wolfe and Haunted Stars Imperial Rye Porter

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We have found ourselves at that time of the week again dear listeners. With only a few short weeks left in the year, now is about the time for scrambling to finish work projects and deal with last minute holiday gift shopping. It’s a time when many people, myself included, find themselves in over their head. So this week’s pick is something on the milder side, to give us all a bit of a break from the intensity of life.  The Metal: Chelsea Wolfe’s Abyss.  The Booze: Modern Times Brewing Company’s Haunted Stars.   Continue reading

Best of 2015: Monte McCleery of Un

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Greetings, everyone! I hope you all have been enjoying the holiday season and everything it has to offer. As we roll into our second week of our Best of 2015 series, we are honored to feature the doom metallers out of Seattle known simply as Un. Guitarist and vocalist Monte McCleery was kind enough to share his favorite albums of the past year with us, and subsequently with you. Check them out below. Continue reading

Best of 2015: Collin Simula of Maranatha

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It’s Christmas Eve, everyone. While we are excited about the concept of taking a day off from content tomorrow, we are even more excited about the next band featured in our Best of 2015 series. Today’s round brings you the very heavy Maranatha. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Maranatha is known for their exceptionally dense sludge doom metal. Or something. Who cares, categories are dumb. They’re heavy as hell. Anyway, vocalist/drummer/guitarist Collin Simula was gracious enough to share his favorite albums of 2015 with us. And we are eternally grateful to share them with you.  Continue reading