We examined substance use in the last 30 days, including use of crack, cocaine, methadone (prescribed), buprenorphine (obtained through one's own prescription), buprenorphine (not obtained by one's own prescription), amphetamine, benzodiazepine, pain medication (which included non-opioid pain medications), fentanyl, heroin, and marijuana. Based on the route of administration of the substances, we also created four dummy variables that indicated how these substances were taken: orally, snorted, smoked, and injected. The dummy variables were non-exclusive (i.e., an individual could have used substances by several routes) and non-specific (i.e., the route of administration was not specific to a type of drug or substance).
Nemesis Lately is the second full-length album released by Somnus Throne. This LP is very much a continuation of their first album(Burning World Records 2020), but with much more attention to detail, a further exploration of the depths of each niche within 'doom,' and a greater variety of sounds. Think just as much heaviness as the first album with less drone and more action. Nemesis Lately goes everywhere across the landscape of doom, stoner, heavy psych, and grunge from a welcoming kick in the teeth by a Motorhead-esque first track, through shades of Acid King, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, Black Angels, The Melvins, Dead Meadow, High on Fire, The Sword, Electric Wizard, Dopelord, Black Pyramid all the way to a concluding track that strives at echoes of Led Zeppelin's acoustic prowess. It goes without saying that the entire album, and the entire Somnus Throne catalogue in total, is never more than one decapitated bat away from Black Sabbath worship. In sum-total, this album is truly a smorgasbord of all things fuzzy, doomy, smokey, sleepy, and trippy while also managing to grasp the essence of each sound -- perfect for anyone ready to doom, space, fuzz, head bang, tune in, turn up, and trip out for the next 40+ minutes. 153554b96e