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Unearthly Trance

Long Isle and Brooklyn, New York’s Unearthly Trance had become on the dawn of the brand new millennium throughout the abilities of vocalist/guitarist Ryan Lipynsky, bassist Jay Newman, and drummer Darren Verni. Sworn to perpetrate probably the most corrosive blackened doom/sludge steel dirges imaginable, the heavy-handed trio implemented in the …

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Tummler

While it began with Champaign, Illinois Tummler was produced in 1996 by guitarist/vocalist Brad Buldak and drummer Jay Vance. Motivated with the heaviest noises emanating in the ‘60’s and ‘70’s, like the enjoys of Dark Sabbath and Iron Butterfly, the music group gradually constructed their doom/stoner rock and roll repertoire …

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Catastrophic

Guitarist Trevor Peres was known in the past due ’80s and early ’90s for his use Florida loss of life steel heroes Obituary. Alongside Loss of life, Morbid Angel, among others, Peres and Obituary virtually described a musical motion proclaimed by its severe riffing and cartoonish imagery concentrating on everything …

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Flowing Tears

Through the middle-’90s and in to the new millennium, the German darkwave outfit Flowing Tears built a good reputation making use of their well-polished recordings of metallic goth. Shaped within the southeastern German city of Saarbrücken in 1994, the group was originally known as Moving Tears & the Withered Bloom. …

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Fragments of Unbecoming

Common rock knowledge holds that Germans focus on power metallic (arguably invented by Teutonic titans Helloween) as the Swedes contain the best cards with regards to melodic death metallic (epitomized by Swedish acts like In Flames with the Gates), but increasing levels of crossover have slowly helped blur those distinctions. …

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Cemetary

After bowing in 1992 using the straightforward death steel album An Evil Tone of Gray, the Swedish band Cemetary began trying out the genre on 1993’s Goddess Beauty, incorporating both ’70s rock and roll and goth rock and roll in to the mix. Before saving 1994’s Dark Vanity, vocalist and …

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Cathedral

It’s universally agreed that this originators from the doom metallic genre are Dark Sabbath, but there have been several bands from the ’80s/early ’90s that kept the design alive (during Sabbath’s “low fat years”), such as for example Saint Vitus, Problems, Candlemass, and, especially, the U.K.-structured Cathedral. When vocalist Lee …

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Virgin Black

Produced in Adelaide, Australia, in the first ’90s, Virgin Black’s lineup features Rowan London (vocals, piano, keyboards), Samantha Escarbe (lead guitar), Craig Edis (rhythm guitar), Ian Miller (bass), and Dino Cielo (drums). Following a series of demonstration recordings in 1995/1996, the group started gaining international identification with 1998’s Trance EP, …

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August Burns Red

They appear to be clean-cut suburban kids, however when August Burns Red plug directly into play, they unleash an accurate, powerfully emotional metalcore onslaught which has won them a loyal following among fans of adventurous hard rock. Shaped in Lancaster, Pa, in 2003, August Melts away Red highlighted vocalist Jon …

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Eerie

Billing themselves like a “bi-coastal black color steel/hard rock and roll” unit, Eerie’s brooding mixture of ’70s heavy prog, bluesy stoner steel, and yes, black color steel, spots the American group inside the increasingly genre-melding pantheon of early 21st hundred years heavy music. Invoking the titles of contemporaries like Inter …

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