Godstopper (Toronto, Canada. ex Column Of Heaven) are finally releasing their debut album of sui generis sludge after some well received demos. They've created their own sound rather than just knocking together some hackneyed Eyehategod riffs for instant satisfaction. There's a lot of depth to this particular cesspit of noise.
After a month of listening to it on repeat on my commute to work I thought it'd make a great first release for Milgram Records. Absurd Exposition, Anthems Of The Undesirable, city17 and Insulin Addicted records are helping out as well.
Some people have already had kind words to say about the album:-
"doomy, dissonant noise rock, which also includes elements of sludge and is reminiscent of the Melvins at times. Beautiful melodies and catchy hooks are also prevalent, particularly on the Pixies-esque Clean House." Exclaim.Ca
"Maddened and uncaring, Godstopper channels melody through a concentrate of full-blooded sludge. And while the remnant influences of Today is the Day and Swans are still clear, What Matters is such a cathartic, unpredictable listen that it defies pigeonholing." LurkersPath.com
"A friend described them as a cross between Today Is The Day and Weezer. It's in that weird world of Harvey Milk and Mare and Torche where doom meets pop. However, Godstopper are slightly more on the sick and twisted side of the riffage and also quite super tuneful. Oh yeah, chuck in some Melvins as well." SpoonfulOfTar.blogspot.co.uk
More information about the world Godstopper inhabit can be gleaned from godstopper.tumblr.com
And here's links to rave reviews:-