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Favorite Doom Metal bands

Discussion in 'Novembers Doom' started by replicated, Jan 26, 2006.

  1. dan of bereavement

    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    ha ha ha

    thanks indeed for the words of kindness!

    whenever the chance comes up, we will be there!
     
  2. StephenSLR

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    Have you heard of Lycanthia?

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  3. Eternal Decadent

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    Novembers Doom is "Avant-garde" Metal.

    Seriously , no matter the label ND just ROCKS!!!!! :headbang: :kickass:
     
  4. StephenSLR

    StephenSLR Member

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    I found an old clip



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  5. Novembers Paul

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    Holy thread resurrection! haha
     
  6. Trashhead

    Trashhead Le D'artagnan de coeur

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    yeah, he did that in the Amon Amarth fora as well :p
     
  7. FrostGiant

    FrostGiant Mr. Pibb > Dr. Pepper

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    If that clip had been posted when the thread was new it wouldn't be that old.
     
  8. OPETH_DT

    OPETH_DT Member

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    Wow! Talk about a bump! Dormant for years!
     
  9. StephenSLR

    StephenSLR Member

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    Yes the clip is from 2004 and just surfaced on the net. I did a UM search for the band name.

    ...but please continue with 'Your favourite Doom bands' more bands and fans have appeared since I'm sure.

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  10. The Spirit Seed

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    Well why not...since I wasn't around the forum when this thread first started,..I'll add my $0.02 in now. No change back please.

    Solitude Aeturnus (Except for "Downfall")
    Trouble's first 3 albums
    Sleep
    Penance
    Pentagram
    My Dying Bride
    Cathedral
    Morgion
    Katatonia
    Anathema's "Eternity" & "Judgement" albums
    Burning Witch

    I've tried to get into the "funeral doom" like Shape of Despair and Teeth of Lions Rule The Divine...but it's too painfully slow, and I can't sit through it. (Although I can pretty much tolerate drone like Sunn O)))

    Also I know ND's gotten pretty far away from the "doom" tag, and that's why I didn't include you with everyone else. And I've heard the Gathering referred to as a doom band too....not sure I'd agree with that one, but I sure as hell loved them.
     
  11. FrostGiant

    FrostGiant Mr. Pibb > Dr. Pepper

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    I would never put The Gathering in the doom category if you are categorizing. Maybe Mandylion but anything after is more of a dark alternative/rock sound. But I agree they are a fantastic band.
     
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    It's always fun to see people who are all "OMG I WOULD KILL TO SEE SHROUD OF BEREAVEMENT." There have been multiple gigs where I was the audience.
     
  13. great_kthulu

    great_kthulu Greater Evil

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    hmm, lets see, i'll post ahab since I haven't seen it here yet.
     
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    ill post as well since i havent

    rapture
    mourning beloveth
    novembers doom
    candlemass
    Woods of ypres(im not sure if everyone would agree, but david's latest album is very doom laden)
    agalloch(probably the same category of woods to some)
    katatonia
    novembre
    swallow the sun

    orange goblin, and grand magus i both like a bit as well, but they both kinda of merge the doom sound and the stonery/sludge sound
     
  15. Jasonic

    Jasonic Doom On!

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    My recent discovery is a band from Mexico called MALIGNO.
    VERY Sabbath influenced trad doom.

    Check this it. This will be your new favorite band.

     
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  16. NvmbrsDoom5

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    Not bad stuff, Jason. I like their sound, and they can play well. One thing I will note though, that I have an issue with regarding alot of these kinds of bands, is that they get the sound, the guitar tone, the vibe,etc., but they don't have the same knack for writing classic songs and riffs that their influences did. What made bands like Trouble and Cathedral really stand out to me was that they wrote these incredibly memorable songs and hooks that I felt could stand alongside bands like Sabbath, Pentagram, etc. This Maligno band certainly has potential and I'd like to hear more of them, though.
     
  17. Jasonic

    Jasonic Doom On!

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    Yeah, Maligno is about as original as The Sword (IE - not very much at all!).

    I don't mind non-original, if it is done well.
     
  18. dan of bereavement

    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    Wow, resurection absurd lol, old assed thread! How's everyone doing? It's been forever since I have been here.
     
  19. NvmbrsDoom5

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    Originality isn't even really my issue with them, it's more to do with being able to write good catchy songs that will stand the test of time.
     
  20. Lateralus14

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    If you want new and memorable trad doom, clearly the modern classics are

    Warning - Watching From a Distance
    Revelation - Release
    Reverend Bizarre - In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend
    Hour of 13 - Hour of 13
    Orodruin - Epicurean Mass
    Fall of the Idols - The Seance
     

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