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Vinyl LP pressing. Thought to be lost forever, Hellmet's legendary 1970 LP is the proto-metal find of the century. This doom-laden metal psych masterpiece finally emerges from the Stygian depths of prog legend. Hellmet's sole LP is the ultimate incarnation of Leviathan and the Mike Stuart Span, and on this record, they hit a peak - almost like a raw undergound Led Zeppelin with elements of Cream. Hellmet's sound is characterized by a howling lead guitar but played in a heavy blues psych style. The LP benefits from repeat playing: it is heavy, but also deep, with a vibe that combines anger with melancholia. A true vintage piece of heavy prog.
Vinyl LP pressing. Thought to be lost forever, Hellmet's legendary 1970 LP is the proto-metal find of the century. This doom-laden metal psych masterpiece finally emerges from the Stygian depths of prog legend. Hellmet's sole LP is the ultimate incarnation of Leviathan and the Mike Stuart Span, and on this record, they hit a peak - almost like a raw undergound Led Zeppelin with elements of Cream. Hellmet's sound is characterized by a howling lead guitar but played in a heavy blues psych style. The LP benefits from repeat playing: it is heavy, but also deep, with a vibe that combines anger with melancholia. A true vintage piece of heavy prog.
5033281011415

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 08/13/2021
UPC: 5033281011415

Judgement Day
Artist: Hellmet
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $37.99
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Vinyl LP pressing. Thought to be lost forever, Hellmet's legendary 1970 LP is the proto-metal find of the century. This doom-laden metal psych masterpiece finally emerges from the Stygian depths of prog legend. Hellmet's sole LP is the ultimate incarnation of Leviathan and the Mike Stuart Span, and on this record, they hit a peak - almost like a raw undergound Led Zeppelin with elements of Cream. Hellmet's sound is characterized by a howling lead guitar but played in a heavy blues psych style. The LP benefits from repeat playing: it is heavy, but also deep, with a vibe that combines anger with melancholia. A true vintage piece of heavy prog.

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