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With a name like Dopelord, these Polish upstarts were never exactly destined to be all about soft rock and power ballads. Which is exactly why it's with great pleasure to say that these masters of the reefer riff will be laying down their groove with us in Camden this coming April!

Since kicking out their earliest jams in Lublin around 2010, Dopelord have quickly become favourites of the European stoner scene. With debut 'Magick Rites' oozing riffs and distant-galaxy vocals galore, the four-piece have become synonymous with far-out, cosmic and moon-scrapping heaviness ever since. The follow-up collection 'Black Arts, Riff Worship and Weed Cult' did nothing but compound the quartet's hunger for nailing each of the three elements of it's title with further glorious gravity chasms of grandeur. Meanwhile, the latest long-player 'Children of the Haze' is perhaps the defining pinnacle of Dopelord's short but oh so herbal career to-date; even heavier and even more exploratory than ever.

So surrender now to your hashishian leaders Dopelord at Desertfest 2018 in Camden and burn one up until the early hours with these Polish masters of psychedelic riffcraft.

Words: Pete Green