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Looking for Depressive music

Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by Grumble Grumble, Nov 16, 2007.

  1. Grumble Grumble

    Grumble Grumble We die We all...

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    Im going through a whole lotta crap right now,friends,family,money,holidays comnig up :puke::erk:

    As the title says maybe you could help me out?

    I mean we all know the foremost obvious choice, katatonia. thats what really drew me to them their depressive,down,sad lyrics. BUt yea im in the running for stuff like them, Anathema, Blackfield/porcupine tree(some stuff is depressive, even a slight bit im0).

    yea anything not listed that you could hook me up with would be greatly appreciated!
     
  2. MadTinus

    MadTinus Spelling/language nazi

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    Green Carnation has some nice sad stuff.

    Daylight Dies, October Tide, Paradise Lost, My Dying Bride, Shape Of Despair, Rapture...

    I'm sure you already some of these.
     
  3. LifeDepraved

    LifeDepraved My soul got a crack

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    Put on some shoegaze my boy!
     
  4. stefan86

    stefan86 invariably off-topic

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    Mourning Beloveth for some über doom
     
  5. LifeDepraved

    LifeDepraved My soul got a crack

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    Put on Jeff Buckley - Opened Once on repeat for 5 hours....then put on some Unleashed - Where No Life Dwells! Life will be so much better!
     
  6. Grumble Grumble

    Grumble Grumble We die We all...

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    i like the fact that you said "life will be so much better"...

    I love depressive music, the bummy feeling i get from it actually makes me feel good.. however that works..

    heh, thanks for the suggestions though, once i get my computer fixed( and not this POS family computer downstairs) ill be sure to grab it all.
     
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    Shapeless))) -.!.. (-_-) ..!.-

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    SHINING (swe) and TENHI
     
  8. necro_jesus

    necro_jesus Wipe out every last human

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    What a lot of the people meantioned above: October Tide, Shining(especially if you are in a miserable mood, also...is wearing submit to self destruction shirt :), rapture, daylight dies

    I'm surprised no one meantioned Forgotten Tomb. Their older music is good suicidal dark metal shit.Make a Change...Kill yourself is another good depressive band.Lifelover, Agalloch, Bethlehem, Lurker of Chalice, Xasthur, Amesoeurs, Forgotten Woods(some of their songs).

    I recommend Forgotten tomb, shining, lifelover, and agalloch the most. :)
     
  9. devinity

    devinity strega bianca velenosa

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    i suggest you some dark, so depressive for me, like

    david sylvian (that i adore)
    raison d'etre "metamorphyses" (music for falling down)
    opera IX- sacro culto (or cadaveria)
    dark sanctuary-funeral cry
    empyrium- weiland


    hope you kinda like it
     
  10. Grumble Grumble

    Grumble Grumble We die We all...

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    ooohh now im excited to get my pc fixed! so much music to check out/download/buy etc etc.

    also yea i TOTALLy forgot to list agalloch, phenominal band, next to nevermore the only american band i really care for.
     
  11. LifeDepraved

    LifeDepraved My soul got a crack

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    Cerulean Not very cerulean eh

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    Saturnus, Shining, Forgotten Tomb
    Playing live with Forgotten Tomb tomorrow
     
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    antony and the johnsons :cry:
     
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    x_kirby New Metal Member

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    there's a lot of good stuff already metioned... ill add:

    riverside - out of myself
    xasthur - Suicide in Dark Serenity (awesome awesome stuff)
    tenhi - maaaet (not metal, more folk but the most gloomy sad stab-myself-in-the-chest-out-of-misery depressing shit i've ever heard)

    also, check out out To Wait by The Loveless ( can be downloaded from official site here)
     
  15. Phoenix5

    Phoenix5 d3v4s7a710n

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    Evoken should do the trick.


    Saturnus should absolutely be thrown in that playlist. Fall of Empyrean if you can find any. Dredg could make your day a little brighter possibly. Same Ol' Road especially, actually all of El Cielo is amazing. Ulver could work, too. Hmm, I'm rambling in this post. Antimatter! Moonsorrow... Moonspell. Listen to Pink Floyd. The Wall works nicely. Red Sparowes and Isis together is great, Neurosis...hmm....

    That's all I can come up with besides what's been mentioned.
     
  16. Katatonic1

    Katatonic1 Requiem

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    Swallow the Sun, Insomnium, Godspeed you black emperor(some of this shit is too depressing in a good way), The foreshadowing, The loveless, Novembers Doom...don't think those were mentioned
     
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    Saturnus, Rapture
     
  18. Dark Coldness

    Dark Coldness Infecting The Area of God

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    Damn it, the best stuff has already been mentioned ^^

    Other good stuff:
    Nortt (though it's kinda ambient)
    Xasthur, like said before
    Immortal - Pure Holocaust (has some depressive feel)

    Hm, I actually thought I would know more depressive bands than that.
    I have to search deeper...
     
  19. salient

    salient Moment of solace

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    Phoenix5 d3v4s7a710n

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    I get it now.

    What's with the advertisements?
     

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