Friday, February 12, 2010

Womb - 1995 - Demo

Slightly sludgy, Womb has that early death/doom sound, typically associated with bands such as Winter and diSEMBOWELMENT. It should also be noted, that they used no guitars, opting for two bassists, instead.


Winter Of Discontent - 1995 - Demo

Heavy as fuck doom in the vein of diSEMBOWELMENT from US.


Nigro Mantia - 1984 - Poetry of Subculture

Danish Doom Metal.


Symphony of Grief - Discography

Extremely slow and heavy doom/death in the vein of diSEMBOWELMENT. The music is extremely filthy and the tracks often start out with a short, but intense burst of death metal. Interresting for all fans of extreme doom. The lyrics include both occult stuff and gore. For fans of Necro Schizma.


Funeral Circle - 2009 - Sinister Sacrilege

FUNERAL CIRCLE was formed in 2006 by the strange wizards PILGRIM and HERETIC with intent to seduce virgins and perform weird sacrifices in the depths of Vancouver. They evoked the cultists BLACKTHORNE and PATRIARCH to channel their black spells of thunder and lightning. Upon the departure of HERETIC in 2007, the LORD SADDLER and the GRAND INQUISITOR were beckoned to complete the circle and chant their incantations. Growing weary of destroying false metal, LORD SADDLER left later that year, and the GRAND INQUISITOR summoned his magick axe. In 2008, a cryptic demo was released on tape - limited to 100 copies. BLACKTHORNE was burned at the stake by MALPHAS, the wicked Priest, and replaced him subsequently. In the Year of the Ox, FUNERAL CIRCLE performed their most recent ritual - SINISTER SACRILEGE - soon to be released by the Miskatonic Foundation.


Count Raven - 1981 - Rehearsale

Recorded as Stormvarning. No info whatsoever, includes three untitled tracks.



Church of Misery (USA) - Sorrows of the Moon

Side project of Stevo from Impetigo. Changed name to Insomnia.


Monday, February 1, 2010

Wizards of Doom - Wizards of Doom

Wizards of Doom Bio: New Danish Doom masters: WIZARDS OF DOOM. In 1991 lead-vocalist Thomas A.G. Jensen started looking for people to start a death-metal band. He hooked up with bass-player Brian Hansen who was also looking for people for the same act. After a few months the band (at that time called "Asesino") was joined by a drummer and guitarist. In 1992 the drummer was replaced and guitarist Kim (KS) entered the band. In the following year a number of musicians entered and left the band. In 1993 the people of Asesino were Thomas A.G. Jensen (vocal), Brian Hansen (bass), Christian Brenner (guitar), Pouli Choir (drums), KS (guitar). The band played at a metal-competition (Judgment Day) in BarBue (Huset, Copenhagen) and ended up second out of eight bands. Shortly after the band split up and Thomas, Brian and KS found a new drummer, Jesper Saltoft. A month later KS left the band and guitarist Mikkel Andersen joined in. It would not be long after Mikkel joined the band that a keyboard player was found, his name Anders Ro Nielsen. At this time the name "Asesino" was changed to Saturnus. Now many years later, it's time to bring back the roots in a new age and form...Asesino it was, but now it's doom !!! In 2007 the band was working with material hoping for some live gigs and response. Shortly after, the band was booked localy in Copenhagen as support for bands like: Memfis(SE), Saturnus(DK), Mourning Beloved (IRE), Akoma(DK), End My Sorrow(DK) At the first show the Drummer Jesse Haff of Daylight Dies traveld from Raleigh, North Carolina (USA) to see the show and made a video clip that can be seen at the Wizards of Doom myspace page under videos. In 2008 the guys joined up and made a pure doom Demo and Played shortly after at Dutch Doom Days in Rotterdam Holland!!! In 2009 the band are working on new material and upcoming gigs. KEEP DOOMING!!!