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Aldebaran - Buried Beneath Aeons (CD)



An eldritch call from the Mountains of Madness! Returning from the depths of R'lyeh, Aldebaran return with a new "EP". Moving in a more aesthetic and atmospheric direction than previous efforts, Buired Beneathe Aeons is slow, monolithic doom.

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Aldebaran - Buried Beneath Aeons (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr. vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a poster.

An eldritch call from the Mountains of Madness! Returning from the depths of R'lyeh, Aldebaran return with a new "EP". Moving in a more aesthetic and atmospheric direction than previous efforts, Buired Beneathe Aeons is slow monolithic doom.

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Aldebaran - Dwellers in Twilight (CD)



Aldebaran's approach to the sludge aesthetic is... epic and similar to how Sleep, Yob and Buried at Sea perceive "heavy. Aldebaran build hypnotic dirges with their thick riffs, pounding away and carrying each song, then out of nowhere a sinisterly planted change throws the piece into a whole new direction, creating more opportunities for them to kill you off.

Slow, down-tuned heaviness somewhere between Yob and Bongzilla, with extra harsh snarly vocals.

This CD has a major Asunder influence and that is definitely a good thing.

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Aldebaran - Pleasures of War (7 inch)

Features members of H.C. Minds and Tusks of Blood.

If "Pleasures of War" is like a slow orgy for the devil hosted by the Jesus Lizard, then "Astoroth" is the hatefuck rage after noticing the rash on your mouth and the booze spilled on your High on Fire LP.

"Pleasures of War" is the fast, '80s thrash-influenced tune whereas "Asteroth" is more like the sludge/doom of today. Aldebaran get even better on the split CD with Rue so if you like these tunes you simply must get that CD.

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Anhedonist - The Drear (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr. vinyl.

Seattle death/doom metal quartet Anhedonist tacfully blend the mournful, sickly melodies of My Dying Bride, Paradise Lost, and their ilk with the more recent, bleak stylings and incredibly low tuning (G# !) of funeral doom such as dISEMBOWELMENT and the aforementioned Mournful Congregation. Under the subterranean growl of frontman VB, guitars lumber and ominously ring out but also flexibly etch tuneful single riffs. Yet Anhedonist aren’t trying to constantly suffocate-- they know how to properly imbue their songs with just enough light to conrast the dark.

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Black Pyramid/Tenspeed Warlock - Split 7 inch (7 inch)

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Limited edition of only 500 copies.

Tenspeed Warlock contributed a fucking ripping song called "Saduhem". Black Pyramid put their doomiest foot forward with the track "Blood From The Godless Sky". Both songs are exclusive to this release.

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Cauldron Black Ram - Skulduggery (LP)

Deluxe gatefold sleeve.

Yeeeaaargh! Motherfucking Black Fucking Pirate Metal! The centerspread of the booklet says "Recorded In A Fuckin' Cave!" under a woodcut of a pirate ship at sea, and that pretty much sums up this almighty ass-stomper of an album. This is raw, brutal Venom worship packed with riffy goodness backed up by barbaric drumwork and croaking, horrific vocals that are not totally unintelligible. Smashing bits of hellish fun hug out the kind of riffs Hellhammer used to crush back before they got all arty. Cauldron Black Ram may have a weird name, but they crank out the sort of heavy pure evil that reminds me of why underground metal is always the best. Lovers of raw, feral destruction like Morningstar or Ritual should not miss this flag-hoisting gut-ripping slab of joy.

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Coffins/Otesanek - Split CD (CD)

Coffins cover Goatlord's "Acid Orgy".

Coffins features members of Dot[.] and Church Of Misery so prepare your head for the most impressive, devastating and crushing Death Doom on earth in the form of an agonizing hybrid between Corrupted with early Celtic Frost/Hellhammer. Without any kind of doubt Coffins are one of the heaviest bluntest bands.

Otesanek's sparse guitars and slow tempo are akin to Khanate and Unearthly Trance. The pounding percussions bring you back from the suspension of time.

This is a brutally crushing heavy split CD!

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Coffins/Otesanek - Split LP (LP)

Limited edition of only 666 copies on 180 gram vinyl! Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Coffins cover Goatlord's "Acid Orgy".

Coffins features members of Dot[.] and Church Of Misery so prepare your head for the most impressive devastating and crushing Death Doom on earth in the form of an agonizing hybrid between Corrupted with early Celtic Frost/Hellhammer. Without any kind of doubt Coffins are one of the heaviest bluntest bands.

Otesanek's sparse guitars and slow tempo are akin to Khanate and Unearthly Trance. The pounding percussions bring you back from the suspension of time.

This is a brutally crushing heavy split LP!

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Fall of the Bastards - Dusk of an Ancient Age (LP)

Limited edition of 100 copies on brown marbled vinyl!

A unique assault of misanthropic, blackened, melodic doom metal from Portland, OR. Torturous Sabbathesque riffs plod along miserably through melodic doom metal atmosphere and progressive death metal song structures. Some elements are very reminiscent of Soulpreacher and Bongzilla but as a whole Fall of the Bastards is METAL. The dual vocal styles switch between sludge-core screaming and death growls. This shit is very heavy, very complex, very good and not for the timid.

Raw black metal from Portland, Oregon with tons of blasting speeds as well as some excellent moderately paced breaks that occasional have a thrashier essence happening. The songs and the riffs are fucking killer. The bass playing and drumming are both exceptional for this style, though… as the percussion never stops moving between interesting fills and patterns and the bass parts don't simply mimic the guitars and fall by the wayside at all.

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Fall of the Bastards - Where Dead Hang from Trees (LP)

Limited edition of only 600 copies. A very nice quality release on thick black vinyl!

A unique assault of misanthropic, blackened, melodic doom metal from Portland, OR. Torturous Sabbathesque riffs plod along miserably through melodic doom metal atmosphere and progressive death metal song structures. Some elements are very reminiscent of Soulpreacher and Bongzilla but as a whole Fall of the Bastards is METAL. The dual vocal styles switch between sludge-core screaming and death growls. This shit is very heavy, very complex very good and not for the timid.

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Fall of the Bastards/Wormwood - Split 7 inch (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 500 hand numbered copies!

Fall of the Bastards is a Portland band who merge black and thrash metal to provide some highly energetic Scandinavian influenced metal. The Wormwood tune is similar to those on their Requiescat album a creepy two-bass-and-keyboards track of hardcore/sludge.

One new track from doom/dirge masters Wormwood and one new track of misanthropic black metal from Fall of the Bastards.

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Fleshpress - Worm Dirges (LP)

Limited edition of 200 copies on marbled blood red vinyl!

"Asphalt" starts out as a slow, heavy, grooving dirge, getting your head nodding in slow motion in no time. The drummer makes good use of all the extra space in this song, throwing in lots of great fills, keeping things active. Side B features an even slower, nastier song in the form of "Vortex". This song sounds like Grief on tranquilizers, just plodding along with crushing riffs and a more ambient feel compared to the groove of "Asphalt".

Finland's misanthropic masters are back! Fleshpress is depressed, nihilistic sludge with a touch of grim psychedelics. For fans of Grief, Eyehategod Buzzoven and Dot[.].

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Funeral Orchestra, The - Feeding the Abyss (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies.

The style of The Funeral Orchestra has, despite the deceiving band name, nothing to do with orchestral sounds and keyboards. This is just an orchestra of guitars creating a dense, monotonous wall of sound, backed with tribal/ritualistic drums that pound on and on in the background, adding that extra thick edge to the sound that is The Funeral Orchestra. Perhaps one of my favourite aspects of the sound of this band are the 'vocals', which are nothing short of sickening. They sound like a gutteral gurgling of words. Every word is audible, and I like it. It just adds an extra unique flavour to this release, which as a whole is bloody good. The music, aside from being a monotonous wall of sound, which would put them squarely in the drone doom genre, contains breaks of clean guitars thrown into the drone.

The Funeral Orchestra definitely sound unique, creating a very different form of funeral doom, possibly only comparable to Funeral, in terms of overall sound due to the lack of keyboards and the drowning atmosphere.

Negative brooding doom metal from The Netherworlds. Pure fucking torture and punishment!!

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Grief/13 - Split 7 inch (7 inch)

Includes a bonus track from 13.

A re-issued classic doom and sludge split from the early '90s.

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Howling Wind, The - Into the Cryosphere (LP)

180gr. vinyl.

Into The Cryosphere focuses on a form of sludge laden black metal that mimics Unearthly Trance’s Celtic Frost, Venom and Bathory backbone but adds some frosty tremolo riffs here and there as balance. The result is an aptly named album that’s cavernous, sludgy, bleak and windswept as a tar pit in the Arctic Circle.

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Howling Wind, The - Mortuary (7 inch)

Limited edition of only 500 copies.

I’ve seen The Howling Wind being referred to as black metal (and they are), but they also hurl monolithically heavy, morbidly obese sludge relentlessly into the mix, at times coming across like some sort of pissed-off blackened offspring of Swarm Of The Lotus and Kylesa on a violent meth binge.

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Il Sangue - ...In Still Desolation (LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies!

Debut on vinyl for this atmospheric, minimalist, melancholic doom band in a similiar vein of Deinonychus and such. Ebbs and flows between distorted and clean passages mixing harsh and minimal 'clean' vocals.

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Loss - Despond (2LP)

Limited edition of only 500 copies on 180gr. black vinyl. Deluxe gatefold sleeve. Includes a 12x12 full color twelve page booklet.

In what has seemed like an eternity to finally manifest, after years of struggle, suffering, and torment, “Despond” is the culmination from a band driven by depression, anxiety, illness, despair, fear, and pain. “Despond” is an album that will serve as the soundtrack to a funeral march towards ruin, decay, and utter oblivion. One of the most negative, somber, yet moving and emotionally draining funeral/death doom metal albums of any era, “Despond” is a testament a musical epoch that will force you to confront what will inevitably await upon the doomed horizon. 'Despond' features four unique interludes created by each member of LOSS that seam the entire discourse of the album.

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Loss - Life Without Hope... Death Without Reason (10 inch)

Limited edition of only 500 copies. Includes a poster. Cover of Katatonia's "Brave" that features guest black metal vocalist Lord Imperial (Kreig).

Loss’ doom and death style is packaged quite well on Life Without Hope.. Death Without Reason. Sounding very funeral doom at times, Loss stick to a more earthly approach forsaking atmospheric elements and eschewing the use of keyboards for a sound that is reliant on guitars and riffs that are rooted more in the traditional doom approach. Loss, featuring former Warhammer guitarist Mike Meacham, give the monolithic sound of funeral doom a sheen most often associated with the Scandinavian and European counterparts. Life Without Hope... Death Without Reason proves that melancholy sounds can be engaging on many levels. The vocals explore the lowest depths of sonic range and provide a staggering contrast to the haunting guitars.

In an emotional sense, the Doomdeath Metal genre is the most taxing and relentless on one’s soul. The slow, mournful tempos and bleak, yet mountain-like riffs most bands in this ilk use really get to you. This band, Tennessee’s Loss, have the afformentioned traits in abundance. One look at the album cover evokes the hopeless strains of slow death you will hear upon spinning this disc. This CD is actually a re-release of the band's cassette demo of the same name originally released on the Japan label Weird Truth Productions. The riffs are mournful and evil-melodic and ring out forever along with the low, growling vocals. This album is anything but uplifting, but somehow I still get a cathartic emotional release from the ultra-darkness of this art.

This band likes to get off on Evoken, Worship, Katatonia and Mournful Congregation. Melancholic funeral doom featuring hopelessness in guitar solos and a voice that resembles a stone tablet being shoved off a tomb. Simple but effective sounds from a sea of tears, deep as an abyss. You keep on falling you keep on wondering.

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