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Their sound has been described as psychedelic doom - monolithic riffs, rumbling bass and primal beats lurk behind waves of effects, all strangely underpinned by ethereal shrieks of half heard words, possibly real, possibly not. '' Headless Kross Glasgow, UK - 1. Rural Juror 00:00 2. Who Is This Who Is Coming? 21:18 3. Even The Destroyed Things Have Been.

Headless Kross to Release Projections I Nov. 18. Heavy heavy heavy heavy heavy. You got another word - or five? - for Headless Kross? Dig into the leadoff track from their new album, Projections I, and see what comes to mind first.

Headless Kross Projections I (At War With False Noise). I’ve always struggled with doom and psych, in large part because they are styles that tend to be at their best when seen in the live setting or at home while stoned. Growing up in the Midwest during the era of pop-punk and metalcore and not really being into illicit drugs (I was such a cool kid, you guy., the otherworldly feel of stoner music never appealed to me. Plus (hot take incoming), Pink Floyd is overrated. So what differentiates Headless Kross from band like Cough? There’s actually a lot going on (relatively speaking) in each of these four tunes, and the band give each song a unique identity. The opener is a real psychedelic beauty, with its mix of crushing stoner doom, leading into a more Conan-esque straight-up banger in Practical Mental Effects.

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Glasgow’s psychogeographers Headless Kross chart new maps of doom with new album. By Edwin McFee 2016-11-03T02:00:00. Peppering proceedings with a more extreme flavour this time around, the LP sees Headless Kross utilise harsher, less polished riffs (The Map Is Not The Territory) while also delving deeper into ambient soundscapes which they sometimes punctuate with babbled, half-heard spoken word passages and strange samples (Church Of The Fifth Season).

Headless Kross "Projections I" 2016 At War With False Noise. With a silkscreened sleeve. Number 23 of 100. 4 tracks of groove based psychedelic doom from the Scottish masters! These guys just keep getting better with each release. This is part 1 of a trilogy they plan to release over the space of 12 months. 5 0. 3 years ago. Alphabetical April -H : 61 2. 6 months ago. Headless Kross from Glasgow.

Headless Cross is the 14th studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Released on 24 April 1989, it was the group's second album to feature singer Tony Martin and the first of three to feature drummer Cozy Powell, along with Tyr and Forbidden. According to Tony Iommi's autobiography, Iron Man: My Journey Through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath, the band were dropped from Warner Bros. Records in 1988 after an eighteen-year deal and after Vertigo Records had also dropped them.

Black Sabbath - Headless Cross (1989).


1 ...Does Not Equal Time 8:14
2 Practical Mental Effects 8:00
3 Church Of The Fifth Season 10:17
4 The Map Is Not The Territory 8:27


  • Artwork By – Dom Regan
  • Backing Vocals – Alison Campbell (tracks: 3), Matthew Cavanagh (tracks: 3)
  • Bass, Vocals – Derek Sexton
  • Drums – Jonny Montgomery
  • Layout – Heather Waller
  • Mastered By – James Plotkin
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Guitar – Tommy Duffin


Limited edition of 200 in a 4 panel digipack featuring artwork by Dom Regan.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ATWAR173 Headless Kross Projections I ‎(LP, Album) At War With False Noise ATWAR173 UK 2016

Headless Kross - Projections I FLAC album
Headless Kross
Projections I
FLAC size:
1261 mb
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1281 mb
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1653 mb
Doom Metal, Psychedelic Rock, Crust
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