Doom/symphonic metal from Czech Republic, recommended for fans of Katatonia, Draconian, Swallow The Sun, Ghost Brigade, Silent Stream Of Godless Elegy, My Dying Bride, Amorphis, Novembre, October Tide, Tiamat
Bereft is a Los Angeles based melodic sludgy doom band featuring Sacha Dunable of Intronaut and Graviton, Derek Donley of National Sunday Law and Graviton, Charles Elliott of Abysmal Dawn and ex-The Faceless vocalist Derek Rydquist. Bereft released its first track “Withered Efflorescence” exclusively via their Facebook page in early September 2011 to rave reviews and online buzz, followed by their debut live show September 30 in Los Angeles, CA. Elliott has stated that Bereft is all about “dark, depressing doom… definitely different from what we do in our usual bands. It’s heavy as hell and we’re all really proud of how the record and collaboration came out, and we hope people feel the same way.” The debut album is called “Leichenhaus” and is a conceptual album thematically revolving around a waiting mortuary.
Drunken heavy Doom metal from USA for fans of Motorhead,Sleep,
This DVD contains shows of the bands who are playing doom and doom
releated genre in Rotterdam/Holland 2006. Multi-camara shooted pro
quality DVD featuring Saturnus, Ataraxie, Inborn Suffering, Doomraiser,
Funeralium, Nymphea Aurora, Abysmal Darkening, Reverend Bizarre, The
Prophecy, The Gates Of Slumber, Centurions Ghost, Insanity Reigns
Supreme, Season’s End, and Mary Bell
Thrash/Doom Metal from the USA, their 2nd album.
8 Page booklet
Like the beast of seven heads emerging from the darkest depths of the ocean, Giant of the Mountain has ascended upon mankind with its crushing delivery of Blackened Progressive Death Metal. Giant of the Mountain was created in late 2008 by Cody Daniels and Randi Matejowsky with an idea to form a musical genre unlike any other. Amidst shredding solos and heavy bass lines, Giant of the Mountain’s eclectic influences of blackened, progressive, death, and doom metal come together to create an alluring and enigmatic style. Joining the Guitarist/Vocalist Cody Daniels and Drummer Randi Matejowsky in 2013 is Bassist/Vocalist Alexander Salazar (DeadTooth, The Earth Dies Screaming). This new addition brought to the altar of the great eye of the night adds a new depth to the vocals, and a foundation of bass GOTM has never seen before. Giant of the Mountain will only continue to grow from here and bring their unique vision of music with their newest release,
Graveyard Ghoul is back with 3 new tacks of oldschool Horror Death Metal to shorten the time until next full album!
Cryptic Brood also comes with 3 new tracks, after their great, successful, sold-out demo-tape in 2013
Artwork by Mark Riddick!!!
Release Date: July 7, 2009
1. Skeletal Keys
2. Tombs Of The Blind Drugged
3. Eternal Return
4. Maimed and Slaughtered
It is unknown how deep in the bowels of the Earth 2008’s Sub Templum resided – an exercise in the esoteric, subterranean and extreme doom like no other… but with its echoes still vibrating the cores, Moss rise once more, from the Tombs of the Blind Drugged. Recorded at the end of 2008 Tombs of the Blind Drugged redefines (but by no means softens) Moss’ approach as they return to a more primitive, vintage sounding production courtesy once more of Foel Studios in Wales. Since forming in Southampton in 2001, Moss have carved their own morbid niche within the underground with a number of extremely hard to find demo and split recordings, and two monstrous and acclaimed albums, Cthonic Rites (2005) and Sub Templum (2008).
With Tombs of the Blind Drugged, Moss’ unique brand of extremity and terror now reaches new depths as monolithic riffs and gut wrenching vocals wreck and bludgeon but with an added sense for the melodic, and through the use of organ and mysterious chants atmospheres become ever more dense…three tracks alchemically distilled to a total purification of Occult Horror Doom. The turning of ‘Skeletal Keys’ introduces you to the Tombs, opening terrifying vistas left untouched since ‘Gate III’ of Sub Templum was shut…
On ‘Tombs of the Blind Drugged’ horror, history and the occult collide in a nod to the films of Amando De Ossorio, as a sect of Templar knights adopt the esoteric drug rites and rituals of the Hashshashin…
‘Eternal Return’ is the end and the beginning of the cycle, the revolving of the serpent and the return to future past. What was is what is what will always be…
Enter the Tombs of the Blind Drugged…A devastating account of secret teachings, unspoken sciences and mind controlling riffs.
finnish psychedelic doom death metal
Crushing RI doomsters SIN OF ANGELS have unleashed their debut album, and unsurprisingly, it’s filled with crushing Doomy goodness. There are riffs so slow they’re carved in stone, with thundering drums and tortured growls. Most importantly, the songs are well written… solid slabs of sludge with dynamic moody shifts, some bluesy leads, with the occasional speed burst here and there… which makes it all the more fun, this is so good that it’s not even funny. If you dig any Doom Death, pick this up
The second full length album of the Australian band The Dead is a brilliant mix of twisted, brain-warping death metal and miasmic sludgy/stoner doom. Perfectly arranged to maintain a sublime, engrossing balance, the combination of sharp, visceral hooks and massive doom trudges with remarkably groovy parts render Ritual Executions one of the most unique and fascinating albums to be released in this era. T