Tag: Baroness

John Baizley / Nate Hall / Mike Scheidt – Songs Of Townes Van Zandt, Vol. II Review

Well, this is a bit of a disappointment… Released in 2012, the first Townes tribute was a winner, though not every track succeeded wholly. That earlier one was Steve Von Till and Scott Kelly of

Baroness – Yellow And Green Review

By now you’ve surely at least heard some rumblings, as early press and publicity onslaught turn the initial trickle of new album chatter into a full-on landslide, that today’s Baroness ain’t exactly the Baroness of

Jordan Campbell’s Top 20 of 2009

Another year in heavy metal…and what a year it was. It seems like every band on the planet released something in 2009; when Immortal, Absu, and Destroyer 666 all emerge from hibernation at once, it’s a sign that things

Baroness – Blue Record Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell Few albums in 2009 have been hyped to the degree that Blue Record has. Okay, let’s be honest–no albums have been anointed with such preemptive praise. I was half-surprised at the lack of

Baroness / Unpersons – A Grey Sigh In A Flower Husk Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. First things first, the Baroness captured here is not comprised of exactly the same elements that came to fruition later on the Red Album. The Baroness here is less rock oriented and more firmly rooted

Baroness – Red Album Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Though Savannah gave birth to this very band four years ago, the Baroness name is still a relatively new one to most, including myself. There’s the First EP, the Second EP and the split with Unpersons, but