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Weerwolf
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 5:04 am 
 

Got any questions concerning doom metal? Looking for some good recommendations? Try your luck here!

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thetrueevil
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Weerwolf
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 5:49 am 
 

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Yes, they are great. Saw them a couple of weeks ago and they fulfilled all my expectations. Both Watching From A Distance and The Strength To Dream are must-haves. So there we have the obligatory Warning mention, now onto the rest!! :p

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caspian
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:13 am 
 

Finally a thread that I can appear to be knowledgeable in.

Here's something that I'm looking for, if anyone can help: Some sort of doom with a sort of, uhh, elegant (yet still satisfying heavy) riffing style, and a really epic feel. Effectively a doom metal album that brings to mind epic fantasy novels but is still satisfyingly heavy. I guess My Dying Bride at their slowest mixed with, say, the epic scope of Thergothon but a bit less ominous and lovecraft-ish.
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:18 am 
 

caspian wrote:
Finally a thread that I can appear to be knowledgeable in.

Here's something that I'm looking for, if anyone can help: Some sort of doom with a sort of, uhh, elegant (yet still satisfying heavy) riffing style, and a really epic feel. Effectively a doom metal album that brings to mind epic fantasy novels but is still satisfyingly heavy. I guess My Dying Bride at their slowest mixed with, say, the epic scope of Thergothon but a bit less ominous and lovecraft-ish.

hmm maybe you could try Mythological Cold Towers.. is that what you're looking for?

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colin040
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:29 am 
 

Can anyone recommand me some doom/thrash stuff similar to Dream death?

Thanks in advance

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Weerwolf
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:40 am 
 

colin040 wrote:
Can anyone recommand me some doom/thrash stuff similar to Dream death?

Thanks in advance

Doom/Thrash:

Unearthly Trance definitely has its thrashy moments, try The Trident or their latest Electrocution, but I personally thought that one was rather dissapointing. Obviously Lair of the Minotaur is also a must. The Ultimate Destroyer and War Metal Battle Master are good ones.

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Weerwolf
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:50 am 
 

caspian wrote:
Finally a thread that I can appear to be knowledgeable in.

Here's something that I'm looking for, if anyone can help: Some sort of doom with a sort of, uhh, elegant (yet still satisfying heavy) riffing style, and a really epic feel. Effectively a doom metal album that brings to mind epic fantasy novels but is still satisfyingly heavy. I guess My Dying Bride at their slowest mixed with, say, the epic scope of Thergothon but a bit less ominous and lovecraft-ish.

Perhaps Morgion Cloaked by Ages, Crowned in Earth would suit you. It's elegant, but perhaps not heavy enough. Gallileous has recently released a single through Foreshadow - a sort of teaser for their upcoming debut - that might be worth checking out as well. Both are fairly epic. Morgion perhaps a little more elegant, but Gallileous is definitely much heavier.

EDIT: Are you looking for bands in the same style as MDB and Thergothon? (As in doom death // funeral doom)


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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:52 am 
 

caspian wrote:
Finally a thread that I can appear to be knowledgeable in.


:lol:

Yeah, Doom is your field. Especially Drone ;)

caspian wrote:
Here's something that I'm looking for, if anyone can help: Some sort of doom with a sort of, uhh, elegant (yet still satisfying heavy) riffing style, and a really epic feel. Effectively a doom metal album that brings to mind epic fantasy novels but is still satisfyingly heavy. I guess My Dying Bride at their slowest mixed with, say, the epic scope of Thergothon but a bit less ominous and lovecraft-ish.


Scald and Passage are what you're looking for.
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truvelocity
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How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

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Kvisling
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:55 am 
 

truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?


Funeral doom is the same. Don't stress yourself over it.
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Weerwolf
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:02 am 
 

truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

I hate the name. But okay. It's very slow and heavy, even moreso than the usual second wave band. I generally no longer feel a lot for the aforementioned genre, but there are some that really make a difference and have caught my attention and managed to keep it. Thergothon Stream From The Heavens // Comatose Vigil Not A Gleam Of Hope // Pantheist O Solitude // Until Death Overtakes Me Prelude to Monolith // Nortt are some essential ones.

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Belial
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:07 am 
 

truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

It's basically very, very slow Death/Doom. The drums and the guitars aren't as 'aggressive' as Death/Doom, the vocals are usually sung in a different way..

You should try these bands: Thergothon, Skepticism, Funeral (first albums), Shape of Despair, Esoteric and Worship for the 'main' bands of the genre.

Kvisling wrote:
truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?


Funeral doom is the same. Don't stress yourself over it.

Great contribution :roll:

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Spenot
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:18 am 
 

truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

Thirding Thergothon, seconding Esoteric and add Ahab and Doom:VS to the list.
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caspian
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:48 am 
 

Weerwolf wrote:
Perhaps Morgion Cloaked by Ages, Crowned in Earth would suit you. It's elegant, but perhaps not heavy enough. Gallileous has recently released a single through Foreshadow - a sort of teaser for their upcoming debut - that might be worth checking out as well. Both are fairly epic. Morgion perhaps a little more elegant, but Gallileous is definitely much heavier.

EDIT: Are you looking for bands in the same style as MDB and Thergothon? (As in doom death // funeral doom)


Thanks for the recs; but I heard Morgion's CBACIE a while ago and it was pretty shite. I'll give Galileous a shot, though. Foreshadow is a solid label.

Also, not necessarily in the same style as Thergothon and MDB, but that would still be ok. I like my doom real slow.

..Funeral doom is where it's at. It's not necessarily slowed down death/doom, often it can just be a particularly depressed take on trad doom metal. I think Thergothon's demo and full length are the best two releases in that genre. Celestiial have a rather excellent album (Desolate North) that's strange, closer to dark ambient really but rather beautiful and what not, with a strange, excellent atmosphere. Otherwise, Ahab and Skepticism are two other good bands that serve as a rather solid introduction to the genre.
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:51 am 
 

I've been looking for anything at all similar to Yearning, and I hope I'm not one of the only people here to have heard them. They're progressive, heavy on the keys, and use mostly clean vocals but are still quite doomy. I haven't heard much of anything like it which is unfortunate because I like their style and they've become one of my favorite bands.

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oneyoudontknow
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 8:52 am 
 

truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

it depends on what you search for. Some bands stick to metal and play in a very slow way, while others add sick samples and stuff to 'enrich' their music.
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caspian
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oneyoudontknow wrote:
truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

it depends on what you search for. Some bands stick to metal and play in a very slow way, while others add sick samples and stuff to 'enrich' their music.


I always considered the "torture doom" (wormphlegm, senthil etc) to be quite different from funeral doom. The whole concept of funeral doom brings up extremely slow and sad music, which imo is quite different from the more tormented, deliberately extreme styles of the "torture" genre. They just seem to be based on completely different values and aesthetics, I certainly wouldn't call Wormphlegm 'funeralesque' (if that's even a word).
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:07 am 
 

Listen to Virgin Black's "Requiem - Mezzo Forte". Absolutely stunning piece of beautiful, heartfelt symphonic doom.
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:19 am 
 

truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?

I would suggest looking into Skepticism and other bands suggested (and also Mournful Congregation) along with them first if you want a rough idea of what funeral doom is. Virgin Black incorporates other genres, but they're still an awesome band, so check them out eventually.
Also, if you like Worship, I'd suggest checking out Consummatum Est, who are funeral doom with a gothic touch. Also try out Asunder.

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doomlover
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:28 am 
 

Surprised no-one has added Nortt yet.

really amazing funeral doom with black metal influences

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:34 am 
 

2Eagle333 wrote:
I'd suggest checking out Consummatum Est, who are funeral doom with a gothic touch.


These guys are indeed pretty good. The album sounds a little amateurish to my ears though, unfortunately.
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Weerwolf
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:53 am 
 

doomlover wrote:
Surprised no-one has added Nortt yet.

really amazing funeral doom with black metal influences

I have. And if I recall right Consummatum Est is planning on releasing a full-length. Read that some months ago, no idea how things are coming along at this point.

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 9:56 am 
 

I'm a big fan of funeral doom and death/doom...

I'd recommend Ataraxie who I coincidently am listening to right now.


Thergothon/Evoken/Mournful Congregation and Esoteric I enjoy tonnes to.

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Weerwolf wrote:
doomlover wrote:
Surprised no-one has added Nortt yet.

really amazing funeral doom with black metal influences

I have. And if I recall right Consummatum Est is planning on releasing a full-length. Read that some months ago, no idea how things are coming along at this point.


ah yes, so you did.

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Hierophant
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Loss
Wijlen Wij
Funeralium
Mistress of the Dead
Mournful Congregation
Tyranny
The Funeral Orchestra
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Imperium_X
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Doom is one of my worst known genres. I can't really go with slow riffs and the whole doom persona (which is why black sabbath didn't really click with me as much as other metal bands).

Though I do like ambient a lot, and bands like After Forever (if that helps).
Is there anything in vein of a band with lots of atmosphere, OR possibly really slow emotional solos? Either or would finally fling me into the real of 'doom'.

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 11:31 am 
 

I know very little of Doom/Funeral Doom. I'm trying to get into the stuff that is heavy, but also has a melancholic feeling to it. Here's some examples of songs I already know that kind of have this sound/feeling.

Thergothon: Elemental
Mournful Congregation: The Epitome of Gods and Men Alike
Elegeion: Beyond Despair

I'm not looking for darker stuff like Wormphlegm or Ahab. Does anyone have any ideas?
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Wrath_Of_War wrote:
I know very little of Doom/Funeral Doom. I'm trying to get into the stuff that is heavy, but also has a melancholic feeling to it. Here's some examples of songs I already know that kind of have this sound/feeling.

Thergothon: Elemental
Mournful Congregation: The Epitome of Gods and Men Alike
Elegeion: Beyond Despair

I'm not looking for darker stuff like Wormphlegm or Ahab. Does anyone have any ideas?

I think Shape of Depair is more in that vein of funeral doom. I would have liked to recommend the mandatory Esoteric, but it's almost as dark as it gets, so...
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Can someone give me something like old On thorns I Lay please?

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2Eagle333
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Imperium_X wrote:
Though I do like ambient a lot, and bands like After Forever (if that helps).
Is there anything in vein of a band with lots of atmosphere, OR possibly really slow emotional solos? Either or would finally fling me into the real of 'doom'.

Try Virgin Black. But... Pretty much all Doom has loads of atmosphere. Funeral Doom relies on it.

Edit: I suck at quoting.

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 11:46 am 
 

doomlover wrote:
Surprised no-one has added Nortt yet.

really amazing funeral doom with black metal influences

They have been amazing, but of that not much is left on their latest album.
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 11:48 am 
 

Hybrid_Killer wrote:
I'm a big fan of funeral doom and death/doom...

I'd recommend Ataraxie who I coincidently am listening to right now.


Thergothon/Evoken/Mournful Congregation and Esoteric I enjoy tonnes to.

Ataraxie aren't Funeral Doom, great band anyway. Their second album should have been released yesterday, and this one is much more leaning towards Funeral Doom than their first.

Same thing for Evoken, they're Death/Doom.

Imperium_X wrote:
Though I do like ambient a lot, and bands like After Forever (if that helps).
Is there anything in vein of a band with lots of atmosphere, OR possibly really slow emotional solos? Either or would finally fling me into the real of 'doom'.

You should try Virgin Black, their last two albums in particular.
Estatic Fear should be a good choice too, the first album is more Doom, while the second one is more Folk or Symphonic or whatever (somewhat similar to Haggard), there are female vocals if that helps.

Wrath_Of_War wrote:
I know very little of Doom/Funeral Doom. I'm trying to get into the stuff that is heavy, but also has a melancholic feeling to it. Here's some examples of songs I already know that kind of have this sound/feeling.

Thergothon: Elemental
Mournful Congregation: The Epitome of Gods and Men Alike
Elegeion: Beyond Despair

I'm not looking for darker stuff like Wormphlegm or Ahab. Does anyone have any ideas?

Heavy Death/Doom with a melancholic feel:
Ataraxie, Evoken, Imindain, Reclusiam and Officium Triste.

Funeral Doom:
Comatose Vigil, Pantheist, Until Death Overtakes Me, Qabr, Worship.

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Can someone recommend me bands in the vein of Electric Wizard? They're one of the best bands I've discovered so far this year and I'm eager to listen to more stuff like them.

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Kruel
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PlagueRages wrote:
Can someone recommend me bands in the vein of Electric Wizard? They're one of the best bands I've discovered so far this year and I'm eager to listen to more stuff like them.

Although I'm no expert on that style of doom, Sleep seems to be pretty close.
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I've always thought that Sleep and EW were quite different, but thinking about it there's no real reason to perceive that. I think it's just that EW seem to have more of a dark, gothic-ish overtone, they're more of a bad trip band whereas Sleep are more stonery in a "Dude..... that was.....wow" sorta way.

I would second Kruel's recommendation, though. Get Holy Mountain first; if you're a real dope fiend get Dopesmoker first. Obviously. Lento and Ufomammut did an amazing collab that's somewhere between Neurosis and Electric Wizard, well worth checking out. Get some Ufomammut, while you're at it, great band.

My main rec, though, would be Saturnalia Temple's "Ur". good luck finding it, but it's an excellent slab of slow, super repetitive doom that suggest electric wizard even more stoned then usual. excellent stuff.
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truvelocity wrote:
How is funeral doom different and what are the bands i should look into?


I'll try to offer some of my insight into this sub-genre for you.

If you are interested in funeral doom metal, I highly reccomend Thergothon's full-length release, Stream of the Heavens (I believe that's how it's spelled). This release is a classic within the funeral doom genre.

Also, you might wish to look into Mournful Congregation's release, Monad of Creation, as well as Evoken's splendid release, Antithesis of Light.

Mainly, some of the bands you should check out are Thergothon, Mournful Congregation, Evoken, Shape of Despair, and (if you're interested in black metal) Nortt.

I hope this somewhat aids you.

Cheers.

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oneyoudontknow wrote:
doomlover wrote:
Surprised no-one has added Nortt yet.

really amazing funeral doom with black metal influences

They have been amazing, but of that not much is left on their latest album.

yea i read a few reviews that said that, that it didn't have the same impact as previous albums

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I would recommend that people avoid Nortt like the plague.
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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 7:40 pm 
 

Belial_ wrote:
Hybrid_Killer wrote:
I'm a big fan of funeral doom and death/doom...

I'd recommend Ataraxie who I coincidently am listening to right now.


Thergothon/Evoken/Mournful Congregation and Esoteric I enjoy tonnes to.

Ataraxie aren't Funeral Doom, great band anyway. Their second album should have been released yesterday, and this one is much more leaning towards Funeral Doom than their first.

Same thing for Evoken, they're Death/Doom.


I never specified what I considered either of those bands to be.

Had no idea that Ataraxie had a new one though, what do you guys think of it?

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