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I wasn’t ready. The better part of 5 years ago, my band at the time traveled up to Richmond, VA to play a loaded bill of assorted metal. I had heard the name Voarm prior to the evening, but had no idea what was in store. I was completely awe

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Funeral Doom is about loss, about grief, about devastation – these are things I’ve felt deeply over the past couple of years, and music like this helps me process the emotional rollercoaster. This list is short and sweet and very meaningful for us. Enjoy and support!   SIX – Il

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Bleak Atmosphere; Slow, Tortured Riffs; and Monolithic Growling Vocals are some of the words that come to mind as I listen to Thergothon’s Fhtagn-Nagh Yog-Sothoth. This unreal piece of Funeral Doom was released 28 years ago and still sounds way ahead of its time! What are your thoughts on this

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DISROTTED Bootlegged – Live at Asakusa Deathfest 2019 is HEAVY af and I fucking love it! This band creates the kind slow-moving sludge that makes me happy to be alive. All I can say is that DISROTTED is the bomb and their latest album out now on Feast of Tentacles

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Over the past couple of years, I have spent a lot of time musing on death. I’ve always been fascinated by stories of death, but losing people very close to me, whom I wasn’t ready to let go of, has made me ruminate on what the end of life really

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Shades of Deep Water makes music full of sorrow, but it uplifts me in a mournful way. Their new album Death’s Threshold comes out on July 8th via Dunkelheit Produktionen and it’s a stellar Funeral Doom journey into nothingness. Shades of Deep Water’s power comes from the sonic space that

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