Weekend Playlist: Satanic Stoner Metal

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Our satanic majesty has requested that we make an offering. With no virgins present, we instead pay tribute in the form of a playlist.

This week, we take a look at bands that define the field of slow,

sludgy metal. Its origins established almost entirely by Black Sabbath,

the genre continues to adapt and change, but always beckoning to the

call of its true master.

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Hail Satan. Smoke weed everyday.

Track listing:

Black Sabbath - "Black Sabbath"
Boris - "(Painted with Flame)"
Witchcraft - "Lady Winter"
Bongzilla - "Keefmaster"
Goblin Cock - "Talking To Chaka"
Burning Witch - "Sacred Predictions"
Goatsnake - "El Coyote"
Red Fang - "Wires"
Black Sabbath - "The Wizard"
Electric Wizard - "The Outsider"

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