Salome, who hail from Virginia, are an intensive doom steel power trio whose audio is equivalent parts sludge, speaker-shredding quantity, and sound — all played to a watching-paint-dry tempo. Salome’s MySpace web page describes their audio as “the finish….” Influenced intensely by Dark Sabbath’s funereal riffs, the Melvins’ dynamics, and early Swans’ power and punishing quantity, these are fronted by vocalist Kat Katz; she actually is supported by drummer Aaron Offer and guitarist Rob Moore. The trio produced in past due 2007 and released a self-titled debut EP in 2008, which garnered enthusiasm in the steel underground. The music group is unique for the reason that it does not have any bassist — an anomaly in doom steel. Katz in addition has lent her tone of voice to recordings by Pig Destroyer and Agoraphobic Nosebleed. This year 2010 Salome performed their 1st South by Southwest display. Their debut recording, Terminal, was released by Profound Lore in November of 2010. It had been preceded by unparalleled — and unsolicited — promotion for an underground metallic take action: NPR’s First Pay attention feature streamed Terminal weeks beforehand, and weekly before its launch, Salome were the main topic of a full-page tale in THE BRAND NEW York Times.