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Secrets of the Sky

Secrets from the Sky certainly are a five-piece steel music group from Oakland, California. Their audio is certainly blackened doom steel with neo-psychedelic and intensifying atmospherics and sonics. The music group was founded by guitarists/keyboardists Chris Anderson and Clayton Bartholomew, who started playing together in ’09 2009. This year 2010 …

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Geist and the Sacred Ensemble

Using an intoxicating mixture of dark folk, Eastern mysticism-informed psych-rock, and doom-laden Americana that invokes brands like Wooden Wand & the Vanishing Tone of voice, Calexico, and Six Organs of Admittance, Seattle, Washington’s Geist as well as the Sacred Ensemble had been shaped in 2006 by frontman Michael Sauder and …

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Drudkh

Maintaining a particular feeling of mystery in black colored metal is normally hardly a novel idea, but even the Ukraine’s Drudkh (Sanskrit for “wood”) take it to a somewhat more puzzling extreme, not printing lyrics in most their released function, being proven in photos, or granting any interviews in any …

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Worm Ouroboros

Acquiring their name through the mythical self-devouring serpent symbolizing the cyclical nature from the universe, the Worm Ouroboros are made up of Lorraine Rath (ex-Amber Asylum as well as the Gault) on bass and vocals, Jessica Way (ex-World Eater) on guitar and vocals, and Justin Green (ex-World Eater, Population Reduction) …

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Solstafir

An Icelandic post-metal outfit with root base in progressive, dark, and Viking steel, Sólstafir were founded in 1995 by longtime friends Aðalbjörn Tryggvason (electric guitar, vocals), Halldór Einarsson (bass), and Guðmundur Óli Pálmason (drums). After slicing some demos, Sólstafir scaled right down to a duo (Tryggvason and Pálmason) and started …

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Altar of Plagues

Mixing the suffocating blasts of black colored steel with post-metal atmospherics, Altar of Plagues broaden some already extreme genres into new territories. Structured out of Cork, Ireland, the music group strikes an excellent balance between your two styles, adding quieter, even more open occasions to its music to split up …

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A Forest of Stars

Although they are ostensibly referred to as a black metallic band, England’s A Forest of Stars borrow liberally from foreign sonic invaders such as for example folk music elements, avant-garde atmospherics, and psychedelic art rock and roll to formulate their rather unique personal style. Released in 2007 from the colorfully …

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Novembre

Among Italy’s most eclectic, prolific yet relatively obscure rock clothes, Rome’s Novembre is helmed with the Orlando brothers — vocalist/guitarist Carmelo and drummer Giuseppe — who have joined a preexisting death metal music group named Catacomb in the first ‘90s, and, by 1994, had imposed their wills upon it all, …

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Disillusion

Produced in Leipzig, Germany, in 1994, Disillusion began playing pretty standard death/thrash steel and issuing many demos to small interest prior to the decade went away, before actually heading their split ways by 1998, when non-e of these acquired seduced any record label benefit. However, the primary duo of vocalist/guitarist …

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Woods of Ypres

Toronto, Canada’s Woods of Ypres first surfaced in 2002, armed with an thoroughly named demonstration in Against the times of year: Cold Winter season Songs from your Dead Summer Warmth, which saw initial members David Platinum (vocals, acoustic guitar), Aaron Palmer (bass, vocals), and Brian McManus (acoustic guitar, vocals) forging …

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