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Moody Black Metal

Discussion in 'Band Recommendations Forum' started by divine_torture, Oct 18, 2008.

  1. divine_torture

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    All black metal is pretty moody. I really like Leviathan's "Tentacles of Whorror", Winter of Apokalypse, Xasthur's ok. I tried Velvet Cocoon but couldn't stick with it at all. I want some black metal that's just extra dark, atmospheric, not crazy in your face constantly. I've heard good things about Shining. Good? Any others?
     
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    Nightmare_Heaven Death Disco

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    You might like some Judas Iscariot, though a lot of his songs are quite fast
     
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    Vilden From the holy kingdom of Harmonia

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    Strid
    Forgotten Woods
    Burzum
    Mütiilation
    Hades
    Drudkh

    Oh well you have probably heard most of them already. They aren't very obscure, but classics wins most of the time anyway so... :>
     
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    whiskey funeral Mother North

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    Give early Bethlehem a try, particularly their album Dictius Te Necare
     
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    Vilden From the holy kingdom of Harmonia

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    Dödfödd and Nasheim are two pretty good Swedish bands that you might like also.
     
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    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    Try Krohm and I Shalt Become
     
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    Seditious GodSlayer

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    to me your description and you examples don't match.

    based on your Description:
    Morrigan

    based on your Examples:
    Horna
     
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    Hell yes.
     
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    I ended up with Horna, Shining, Behexen, and I randomly chose Necronoclast from the record store down the road. Loved them all. But honestly Horna and Behexen I enjoyed the most. Got I Shalt Become today. Brilliant stuff.

    However now I'm wanting some stuff like Behexen. I'm fixed on this album right now. I'm still gonna give all the other stuff recommended here a try too.
     
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    SkiesAtOurFeet Wakan Tanka at Bifröst

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    Check out Anti (Ger), Imperium Dekadenz (Ger) and i think The Ruins of Beverast (Ger) are sort of moody.
     
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    whiskey funeral Mother North

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    I second this.
    Also...Forteresse
     
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    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    And I'll second Forteresse
     
  14. divine_torture

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    I ordered Krohm last night. Moribund's website is the only thing I can find that has mp3's my computer will play. My search will be much better once I get a new computer. But I heard a couple Krohm songs and really enjoyed them. Forteresse looks interesting. I don't know of many Canadian black metal bands.
     
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    Which Krohm album did you wind up getting?
     
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    "The Haunting Presence". Hope it's good all the way throught. The one song I did hear was really good.
     
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    whiskey funeral Mother North

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    It is. You won't be disappointed. Be sure to grab A World Through Dead Eyes as well at some point.
     
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    I definitely will if this one is that good. I'm discovering I really enjoy the ambient black metal. Sometimes it's a bit much on the ambient but overall a great style.
     
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    SkiesAtOurFeet Wakan Tanka at Bifröst

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    So much for your 'lack of excitement' in metal eh?
     
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    I'm glad I'm wrong, though if I'm not mistaken none of this stuff is "new", just new albums from older bands. Took some fuckin work though. And really ambient black metal is the only thing Im excited about. And Horna and Behexen. They're pretty freakin sweet.
     

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