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Confessor

An anomaly for the loss of life ‘n’ grind-obsessed Earache label, North Carolina’s Confessor perform gradual, dirgy doom steel, and were shaped in 1990 by wailing vocalist Scott Jeffreys, guitarists Brian Shoaf and Ivan Digestive tract, bassist Cary Rowells, and drummer Stephen Shelton. Confessor released a debut record known as …

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Iron Man

Just like you couldn’t figure, Gaithersburg, MD’s Iron Guy started out being a Dark Sabbath cover music group, which ultimately began composing original materials inspired largely with the doomy noises of large metal’s founding heroes. With guitarist Alfred Morris III ever on the helm, Iron Guy parlayed several demos dating …

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Imperium

Imperium were a progressive rock band from the city of Hengelo, in Holland, comprising vocalist Andre Vuurboom, sibling guitarists Michel and Rob Cerrone, bassist Remco Nijkamp, and drummer Patrick Gerritzen. Their lone 1993 recording, Too Brief a Time of year, was surprisingly assured and achieved for an initial work, and …

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Internal Void

A music group that unfortunately is commonly forgotten amid the wealthy legacy of Maryland doom (also house to Pentagram, the Obsessed, Earthride, etc.), Internal Void surfaced from the city of Frederick, in 1987, and implemented up a slew of intensely exchanged demos with 1993’s Sitting on the Sun Compact disc. …

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Black Label Society

After falling out in clumps with coach Ozzy Osbourne following saving sessions for 1995’s Ozzmosis, guitarist Zakk Wylde struck from his own along with his first solo album, Reserve of Shadows, in 1996. When it didn’t rating any mainstream achievement, the six-stringer had taken a protracted break before resurfacing with …

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Khanate

Khanate (pronounced “khan-eight”) shaped in the entire year 2000 using the intention of environment fresh standards for discomfort and ugliness within the doom metallic genre. Their tunes are designated by dissonant, greatly down-tuned acoustic guitar/bass figures, incredibly sluggish tempos, swarms of high-pitched opinions, and painfully shrieked vocals, producing for a …

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Black Funeral

Indianapolis-based black metallic band Dark Funeral was the brainchild of Baron Drakkonian Abaddon (created Michael Ford Nachttoter), who created the group in 1993. Their 1st launch Journeys into Horizons Shed followed a yr later on, with Vampyr–Throne from the Beast showing up in 1995; within the wake of 1997’s Empire …

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The Hidden Hand

Following dissolution of Spirit Caravan in mid-2002, stoner rock and roll godfather Scott “Wino” Weinrich announced that he’d be joining Host to Skulls — the group fronted by guitarist Victor Griffin of Pentagram fame. At exactly the same time, though, he also shaped a new music group known as the …

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Bongzilla

Madison, WI’s Bongzilla focus on uncommonly large and doomy sludge-core focused on their only like: weed. Shaped in the middle-’90s by Mike “Muleboy” Makela (electric guitar/vocals), Jeff Schultz (electric guitar), Nate Dethlefsen (bass), and Mike Henry (drums), the group implemented its first demonstration with 1998’s Options for Attaining Intensive Altitudes …

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In the Woods…

Most likely the most enigmatic entity to emerge from the prolific Scandinavian black metal scene (and that is saying a whole lot), Norway’s secretive Within the Woods… produced a profession out of demanding this great subgenre’s limits making use of their extremely experimental and varied songwriting. A genuine musical collective, …

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