Tag: death-doom

4 August 2022 / Metal

Canadian slasher enthusiasts, VHS, spend most of their time watching the old video nasties, writing goregrind songs, and collaborating with other artists. What a life when you can alternate between…

5 July 2022 / Metal
28 June 2022 / Metal

Norwich death-doom quintet, Consecration, write and record their music as if auditioning for a contract with Peaceville records. Their sub-genre of doom is synonymous with England, mainly the industrial and…

20 May 2022 / Metal
5 May 2022 / Metal
4 May 2022 / Metal

Pennsylvania’s Cultic mix alchemy and primitive death metal with the same alacrity as an amateur poisoner. They also enjoy the darkness of dungeon synth music. Put all these together and…

12 April 2022 / Metal

Atlanta quartet, Father Befouled, have as many split records as LPs, and that’s taking their latest full-length release into consideration. Crowned in Veneficum follows 2017’s Desolate Gods and retains three-quarters…

12 April 2022 / Metal

Death-doom metal originated in England with the emergence of Paradise Lost and My Dying Bride in the early 1990s. Though it never experienced a boom or saturation, influential artists like…

18 October 2021 / Metal
23 September 2021 / Metal

London’s Cult Burial are a metal enigma. People associate them with the doom metal genre, but their influences extend far beyond Cathedral and YOB to the point where classification becomes…