A quick review should be in order, one would think, with this little package from two mighty Australian acts, Illimitable Dolor, and Promethean Misery, but
Ever since I ventured forth into the world of doom metal, there was one thing that immediately stood out to me above all else: heaviness.
2018 was maybe a slightly boring year from a Doom Metal perspective, when you think about it. Many of the releases were lacking in the
The death knell has sounded and Soliloquium have dropped their second full length album on us. “Contemplations” is nothing but incredible, bringing the agonizing Doom and
Since 2014 Vacouver’s Seer have been gracing our ears with some pretty exquisite music. Fast forward to 2019 the band is getting ready to release
Black Metal is such a fascinating genre, it can take listeners on a journey to other worlds and leave them filled with emotion. With such
Remember the Funeral Doom movement of previous decade? The times when bands like Ahab, Colosseum, Esoteric, Evoken, Shape of Despair, or Catacombs crawled slowly and
From Atlanta, Georgia comes two downtuned doom bands – Dayglo Mourning and Bludy Gyres. Their split, ‘Rope Enough For Two‘, features three gritty songs from
Many times it takes multiple listens to an album before it grows on you. However, Nanoångström does not fall into that category. I liked this
The mighty tree of Metal provides yet again folks.The Great Mackintosh did a review last year of a band named Kremlin, and was mighty impressed,
The Faroe Islands may be a small country but that does not mean there is a shortage of quality music to go around. And well
Band: Windhand Interview: Parker Chandler (bass guitar) Genre: Doom Metal/Stoner Metal Location: Richmond, Virginia (USA) – So I had the recent pleasure of interviewing Parker
Finland is home to some amazing bands and talented individuals, and there is definitely no shortage of music to satisfy even the hungriest of connoisseurs.