Domadora Stream New Album The Violent Mystical Sukuma


Hard to argue with the brand of psych jamming Parisian trio Domadora dig into on their second full-length, The Violent Mystical Sukuma, so I won’t try. The band were featured in a podcast earlier this spring, but they’ve made the album streaming in full, and I guess if there’s a point to the news at all, it’s “hey, this record exists.” And so it does. They’ve earned a host of Earthless comparisons along the way, and covered them as well as Tia Carrera, which should give you a fair idea of where they’re coming from, but Domadora‘s first album, 2013’s Tibetan Monk, was picked up for release by Kozmik Artifactz, and whether or not a similar fate awaits The Violent Mystical Sukuma, I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

The PR wire brings info and links:


70’s Heavy-Psych Rockers Domadora stream new full-length album

3 years after their very well-received ‘Tibetan Monk’, French 70’s Heavy-Psych Rockers Domadora released a few week ago a brand new full-length album called ‘The Violent Mystical Sukuma’ for CD and Digital formats on Bandcamp and the main legal platforms (iTunes, Deezer, Amazon…). In addition to the release, the album is also available right now for full streaming at the same location or SoundCloud.

Influenced by the 60’s and 70’s vibes from Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd or Led Zeppelin, Heavy Psych/Rock/Stoner power-trio from France Domadora delivers psychedelic stoned jams since its birth around the shade of bands such as Fatso Jetson or Karma to Burn.

In 2013, the band released its debut full-length album acclaimed by both critics and public and then toured massively with big names such as Pentagram, Baroness, Earthless of Yawning Man before to work again on a new record.

Three years later, Domadora unleashed its very awaited new full-length effort : ‘The Violent Mystical Sukuma’.

Domadora, The Violent Mystical Sukuma (2016)

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