sludge rock

White Light Cemetery

Hi Thomas and welcome to Grande Rock. Do tell us… how do you feel now that you’re back with a new album after almost 4 years?
T: Hi. It’s great to be here! I’d say we’re relieved first off, because it ended up taking a little longer to get it done that we anticipated. But, at the same time, it’s really got us motivated to get out there and work hard to promote it. Kind of lit a fire under our asses I guess.
What happened during those 4 years and why did it take you that long to release a new album?

White Light Cemetery - Careful What You Wish For

White Light Cemetery is a band that comes from Lafayette, Louisiana and they sure know how to rock. Having released their debut back in 2013, it took them around 4 years to come up with their sophomore release. Now the band is under a new label and they want to take advantage of every little thing they can… I guess the album title “Careful What You Wish For” is relevant to that. Along comes the track “Quit Work, Make Music”, which says it all. A motto that all “genuine” musicians should follow!

Nudist signs to Argonauta Records

Argonauta Records is thrilled to announce that they have inked a deal with Italian Post-Sludgers Nudist; their new album “Bury the Innocence” will be released on March 20th, 2017.

The project Nudist born in 2008 as a Noise Instrumental Power Trio and two self-produced albums: “Nudist” and “Appetizer for Monsters”. After line-up changes, Gabo and France have found in Lore a worthy travel companion. From there they started an evolution, still in place, of style and sound. With the inclusion of vocals, their third album “See The Light Beyond the Spiral” (2015) have resulted in sounds ranging from post-metal, sludge and post-hardcore.

White Light Cemetery to release new studio album “Careful What You Wish For” on January 13th 2017

White Light Cemetery have set to release their sophomore studio album, “Careful What You Wish For”, on January 13th, 2017.

Formed in 2008 by guitarists Ryan Robin and Shea Bearden, drummer Thomas Colley and bass player Tara Miller, White Light Cemetery is the newest recruit to Ripple Music's Southern Metal division.