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The eclectic and versatile guitarist John Cobbett (Gwar, Ludicra, Slough Feg, Amber Asylum, Jarboe) from San Francisco gave birth in 2000 to Hammers of Misfortune, previously known as Unholy Cadaver.

Later in 2001, the band released their first full length album “The Bastard” (an epic tale told in three acts with three distinct characters/voices) on Tumult Records. Critically acclaimed, the album was voted among the top 40 releases of 2001 by the writers of Terrorizer magazine. Lamentations of the… read more

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  • Avatar for Herr_Liddell
    Hammers of Misfortune its good for you . Brilliant [2]
  • Avatar for Lost_Souls_UK
    Seriously: 'The Grain' is so, so fine.
  • Avatar for CoryellsGhost
    scalzi stuff is the best [2]
  • Avatar for metaldiscussor
    I fucking hate opeth and cormorant and I like this a lot.
  • Avatar for cauldronborn86
    progressive metal influenced with folklore of norther california.for lovers of opeth and cormorant ! brilliant !
  • Avatar for hermanator05
    scalzi stuff is the best
  • Avatar for Karherop
    Hammers of Misfortune its good for you . Brilliant
  • Avatar for Achred
    The Grain is so damn epic, but not in a cheesy classic heavy metal way. (Uh, maybe a little, but I like cheese \m/) The new album is fantastic, but the sound isn't as unique as in the previous ones.
  • Avatar for tecateh
    I miss Mike too but the new singer is really good as well, the new album is different from their past works but it's great
  • Avatar for rider_of_storm
    "17th Street" review (in spanish):

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