With Fistula members Corey Bing and Bahb Branca at the wheel of this ridiculously negatory, gutter trawling sludgecore outfit, it's not too much of a surprise that Ultralord brandishes a similiar sound as the speedier, more crossover-thrash style songs by Fistula.
Mary Bell are a sludge band from Utrecht, Holland. They started out in 2004 from the ashes of Sweet Willy Rollbar - most probably one of Holland's first sludge bands. Mary Bell sounds heavy, sludgy and noisy and are often considered a sludge/doom band.
Check out our blog - http://ilovestarve.blogspot.com The music of STARVE is a soundtrack to all the filth, despair, injustice, fear and greed we see in the world around us. The band is inspired by music ranging from the harsh bleakness of sludge metal to the gritty defiance of old blues songs, sometimes mixing these with the unhurried attitudes of legendary southern rock bands.
Six Dead Horses is a relentless doom metal mountain based in Orlando, FL.They integrate very loud amps with powerfully declarative choruses to provide the ultimate psychedelic metal experience. Current Lineup (as of April 2010)
There are two groups that go by Javelina. Band from Phidelphia:
Influences: Black Sabbath, Buzzov*en, Iron Maiden, Cavity, Motorhead, High On Fire, Kyuss, old punk and hardcore, beer, Jager, whiskey, the leafy green...
"Beneath doom, beneath depression, beneath despair, beneath horror. There is an emotion emanating from this music that has no word in the English language. To have felt it live was transfiguring. I walked in to listen, and left without need of ears. Something moves in these sounds which is ancient and pristine. It is as blunt as primordial trauma, but slices clean as a surgical knife."
King Travolta is an All-Star sludge band from Cleveland, OH, USA, founded in 2004. Vacalist/guitarist Corey Bing, Bahb Branca on bass and Jason Corley, playing drums, are collaborating with changing guest stars from bands like Rwake, Rue, Bongzilla and many others. To date they've released a self-titled in 2005 and "Kill Fuck Metal" one year later.