On July 28th, 2017 Blackseed will have a dual release!

Molasses Barge issues their second album of original, rock-laden doom with a bonus disc of covers featuring such inspirations as Motorhead, Pentagram, Black Sabbath, and Yardbirds).

Fist Fight in the Parking Lot are also ready to rip as they take a more deliberate, stoner metal approach to their sound. This one slows down but the heavy is there. It's almost here!

Blackseed releases Del Rios' Blood River CD on June 1st, 2017.

Available on Blackseed as well as bandcamp.

CD Release Party on 6/9/17 at the legendary Gooskis of Polish Hill, Pittsburgh.


On September 30th, 2017 the first ever Descendants of Crom, All day festival will be held at Cattivo Nightclub in Pittburgh, Pennsylvania.

The event has two floors with a stage on each floor. Seventeen bands will rotate on each floor from 2PM to 2AM. Vendors and Merchandise from many labels, bands, and other related will be available. 

More information and tickets can be found at: Descendants of Crom

Next release comes September 2016

Blackseed is excited to announce the signing of the mighty, Enhailer! (OH, USA) Look forward to the re-release of their debut album, Grisaille, on CD in September. More news to come. In the meantime go like their page and check out their Bandcamp!


It's Out!

The debut S/T album from Horehound is available on bandcamp and on blackseed in both digital and CD issue.

JJ Koczan's, The Obelisk's Quartely Review:
Pittsburgh newcomers Horehound formed just last year, so one might go into their self-titled debut full-length thinking it’s an early arrival, but in an unpretentious seven-track/33-minute collection of straightforward but engaging doom rockers, the five-piece demonstrate a clear idea of what they want to do sonically. While it may not represent where they’ll ultimately end up as a band, its songs sound fleshed out in terms of direction and the resultant feel on the release is much more album than demo. So be it. A particular highlight is “The Waters of Lethe,” on which a sweeter melody emerges in the guitar and vocals, but neither will I discount the low-end crunch and vocal call-and-response in closer “Waking Time” or the more uptempo thrust of second cut “Sangreal.” Not that Horehound don’t have room to grow, but their initial offering preaches well to the converted and should give them a solid foundation to work from in that process.

Blackseed to release the debut, self-titled CD of Horehound on 4/20/2016