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Grand Magus

A hard-hitting Swedish “doom blues” clothing, the seed products for Grand Magus were sewn when Janne (guitar/vocals), Fox (bass), and Iggy (drums) started playing collectively as Smack within their local Stockholm circa 1996. By 1999, fresh drummer Trisse experienced became a member of up and several well-received three-song demos confident …

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Mustasch

Mustasch certainly are a Swedish rock music group that rose to Best Five success within their homeland during the period of a half-decade of saving activity. Located in Gothenburg and made up of Ralf Gyllenhammar (business lead acoustic guitar, vocals), Hannes Hansson (tempo acoustic guitar), Mats “Stam” Johansson (bass), and …

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High on Fire

Guitarist/vocalist Matt Pike, bass participant George Grain, and drummer Des Kensel shaped High on Open fire in 1999, following a collapse of Pike’s earlier band, doom metallic titans Rest. But while Rest had constructed their popularity on impossibly slothful music and copious weed usage, On top of Fire’s first launch, …

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Candlemass

Sweden’s Candlemass helped reintroduce the lumbering power chords of Dark Sabbath to a whole era of post-New Influx of British ROCK and post-thrash metalheads, nearly single-handedly composing the handbook for the present day doom metal motion along the way. After the separation of his 1st music group, Nemesis, in 1985, …

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Mannhai

Finnish stoner rockers Mannhai (whose name derives from a renowned child-snatching demon from India’s Uttar Pradesh region) were shaped in Helsinki by guitarist Ilkka Laaksomaa and bassist Olli-Pekka Laine, soon after the latter’s departure from folk-metal legends Amorphis, in 1999. After recruiting youthful drummer Mikko Pietinen, Mannhai lured experienced vocalist …

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Arch Enemy

Produced by ex-Carnage, Carcass, and Candlemass guitarist Michael Amott (also of Religious Beggars) along with his brother Christopher (Armageddon), Arch Enemy had taken a straight-ahead method of death metal similar to Entombed or late-period Carcass, mixing catchy, classic-style steel riffs with crushing grooves for a rigorous yet accessible sound. The …

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Orange Goblin

Rock rockers that compose Orange Goblin are Martyn Millard (bass), Ben Ward (vocals), Joe Hoari (guitar), Pete O’Mally (guitar), and Chris Turner (drums), and together these great bandmates compose the severe doom rock sounds like the likes of Mammoth Volume, Clawfinger, and Kyuss. Originally called Our Haunted Kingdom, Orange Goblin …

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Pentagram

Perhaps one of the most enduring and influential underground rings in rock history, Pentagram’s profession was nearly 15 yrs . old by enough time they finally were able to record their initial record. Though invariably led by incomprehensible frontman Bobby Liebling, the band’s volatile account made it tough to maintain …

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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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Electric Wizard

Also known as the “heaviest band within the universe,” England’s Electric Wizard have regularly redefined the preconceived thresholds of the detuned electric guitar chord making use of their peerless doom metal achievements — this despite an frequently interpersonally troubled, if musically triumphant, career. Produced in darkest Dorset by vocalist/guitarist Justin …

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