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Spoiler alert: Backwater is greatest doom release of 2017. Fuoco Fatuo (meaning “will-o’-the-wisp” in Italian) have truly come a long way, from their humble beginnings as a “provincial” Italian sludge band (in the vein of Eyehategod/Grief) to becoming the visionary funeral (death)-doom colossus they are today. We may never truly know what can

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Italy’s FUOCO FATUO have opened another portal into the vast, black void that most of us turn our mind’s eye away from. This tear in the fabric of the universe is their upcoming Profound Lore release entitled Backwater, and it takes the listener on a sojourn into the depths of human

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I got this awesome message from Torsten Meyer aka (((unartig))) about this brand new MONARCH full set. What makes this performance so special is that the band premiered new songs. Nuff respect due to (((unartig))) for capturing such amazing set of DOOM! MONARCH fucking rules and the word on the street is that

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This absence was strongly felt. Ash Borer, one of the leading black metal bands of the US scene, were keeping extremely active since 2013, releasing a couple of excellent records in their self-titled debut and Cold of Ages, a split with kindred spirits Fell Voices, and the fantastic Bloodlands EP.

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With their previous record, More Constant Than The Gods, SubRosa arguably define the epitomy of experimental doom metal. The Salt Lake City band featured a strange line-up, comprising of two violins, three vocalists, bass, guitar and drums, but that does not even begin to scratch the surface. Doom metal and

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Are you ready for some raw, uncut filth in the form of the new RITUAL CHAMBER album Obscurations (To Feast On The Seraphim) that will be released by Profound Lore on February 26th? Over the course of 9 tracks, Dario Derna (aka Numinas) drags the listener’s tortured eardrums over the sonic corpses

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