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Traditional Doom Metal

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by skeptik, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Addo_Of_Nex

    Addo_Of_Nex Fuck of Death

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    The obvious solution is to drop everything in your life and just go to all of them.
     
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    New hour of 13 is fantastic. I like this more than the S/T, anyone else hear it?
     
  4. Hail The Wizard!

    Hail The Wizard! Baptised by Gasoline

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    Where did you find it?
     
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    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    S/t wore off me quickly.
     
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    rms Active Member

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    really? it's got no atmosphere like the first one. Didn't care for it at all on first listen
     
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    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    So Epicurean Mass *really* leaves me wanting more....how are Orodruin's random other songs like in their '99 demo or their split with Reverend Bizarre?
     
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    Monday, March 15, 2010

    En no Ozunu EP
    At some point over the coming months we will be recording a new EP entitled En no Ozunu. It will most likely be released by ourselves in a strictly limited edition format & will contain 3 re-worked old songs plus 1 new one. More news as it happens! If anyone needs a copy of In Situ then please note you need to get in contact with Miskatonic or any affiliate distros directly as we don't have any for sale ourselves.


    I know most of you are poser fools that dont like The River but you should and this is cool news especially if it's a new singer
     
  10. Lateralus14

    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    I'm liking The River a bit; all their slower songs rule but I'm not sure what I think about the fast parts yet.
     
  11. mutantllama

    mutantllama Awesome custom title

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    Anyone know where I could get the Ogre 2000 demo?
     
  12. Master_Yoda77

    Master_Yoda77 Juggalo

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    I fully endorse this post. Anyone that likes kickass doom metal needs to hear this.
     
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    I listened to it 3 times and did not like it at all, maybe a few weeks in the field will help me enjoy it. But it will be following Court in the Act, not a good chance for that to happen!
     
  14. Rumpole

    Rumpole Dust and Bones

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    I'm enjoying it a fair bit, though some of the riffs sound like they've been recycled from the first album. Demons All Around Me is probably my favourite track.

    The new Apostle Of Solitude album is pretty good too. Much more varied than Sincerest Misery.
     
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    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    How do Fall of the Idols' other releases compare to The Seance?
     
  16. Pessimism

    Pessimism Endemic Vagabond

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    Overall I love each of their releases.

    Fall of the Idols self titled release is pretty damn good. Production sounds more "robust" than The Séance's, but I feel this is a benefit in many ways (everyone has their own preferences when it comes to this, so I'll go no further than this). The songs aren't as bleak sounding as many of The Séance's are, but you will definitely hear some mournful vocalizations when you hear songs like Crawl Back in my Hole or Vile Matters. The thing that will really stand out though is that this release is pretty uptempo; a good comparison for track speed would be At the Birth of the Human Shadow. The whole release is sophomoric compared to there other main releases, but I think it is still pretty damn good.

    The Womb of the Earth is, in my opinion, a fantastic album – but it is an altogether different monster than The Séance . You won't get knocked in the face with the shear bleakness that you will find from tracks off of The Séance like An Age Comes to its End or Nosophoros, but it is there. Songs tend to have a repetitious form, but this ends up making the eventual refrains sound very pleasing. I only found maybe one or two tracks that weren't as well written as the rest of the others, but most people I know tend to agree that you can never go wrong with these songs: The Pathway, Ungodly Thirteen and Keep Wandering the Night. These tracks seem to have elements that were expanded upon in The Séance (you'll definitely hear some variations of riffs found on that album).

    The Agonies be thy Children demo is a good listen to see what the band came through, but the only benefit is to hear Beneath the Burning Sun, which is an interesting song in that it contains some awesome foreshadowing.
     
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    The new Hooded Menace--Never Cross the Dead destroys planets. Get this fuckin' now!!!
     
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    hooded menace rule.
    eveoken anyone
    doomed


    cerberus, an old school demo band had some prime shit.
     
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    ASD observing the sabbath

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    Listening the Ancestors "Of Sound Mind" and loving it. Amazing fusion of 70s psychedelic hard rock and doom. Recommended for all I think. Any similar bands?
     
  20. V.V.V.V.V.

    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    Wow, Phil's vocal performance on the Briton Rites album is pretty horrid. WTF?
     

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