Forget about the original “Forget about Dre”—this version’s much louder.
It’s the stoner metal’s first album since 2003, and it arrives on the most perfect of dates.
The new track takes us back to the ’90s industrial metal movement.
The metal band’s first new song in three years is an odyssey of black metal, post-rock and shoegaze.
The not-quite-doom, not-quite-prog metal band expand their palette with stoner rock influences.
Could this one-minute clip be the first taste of the metal band's upcoming album?
On “When the Horses were Shorn of Their Hooves,” the doom metal vet proves all he really needs is one very angry guitar.
The project features members of Mastodon, At the Drive-in and Queens of the Stone Age.