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zenless
Feb 13, 2005


So much doom/stoner metal, so little time. When i got into this I had skipped over Sleep (Got into Electric Wizard, High on Fire, Baroness, and so on), now i'm obsessed with Sleep! I don't own a record player but I want to buy Dopesmoker on vinyl...

Just started listening to YOB Catharsis, any of their other albums near this good?

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UFOTacoMan
Sep 22, 2005



Thanks for the Coffinworm and Lord Mantis talk, I love this thread. I think you dudes are possibly the coolest people.

zenless posted:

Just started listening to YOB Catharsis, any of their other albums near this good?

Yes. Definitely check out The Illusion of Motion, The Unreal Never Lived and the Great Cessation.

nomapple
Apr 27, 2012


zenless posted:

So much doom/stoner metal, so little time. When i got into this I had skipped over Sleep (Got into Electric Wizard, High on Fire, Baroness, and so on), now i'm obsessed with Sleep! I don't own a record player but I want to buy Dopesmoker on vinyl...

Just started listening to YOB Catharsis, any of their other albums near this good?

I love Atma personally.

Is this the place to get excited for the new Cult of Luna album? I'm seeing them with Amenra later this month and I can't wait!

Nativity In Black
Oct 24, 2012

If you're gonna have roads, you're gonna have roadkill.


This isn't really sludge/doom but my friends have a band inspired by everyone's favorite killdozer building madman Marvin Heemeyer.

http://heemeyer.bandcamp.com/

SnakePlissken
Dec 31, 2009

by zen death robot


Don't know much about this genre really but I was surprised to see this band wasn't listed on the first page or so:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WYnPgFJWWY

And I don't know if doomheads identify this as any kind of a seminal influence, but one of my favorites since 1995:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLcrljIeYNY

crazyvanman
Dec 31, 2010


Anyone heard of Cultura Tres? They're a Venezuelan band, and they just released a new album. I saw them in a small pub venue in Essex, England and they were amazing. Also got to meet the guys afterwards as my friend interviewed them and they were really friendly on- and offstage.

Here's a song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-sbBlgC6KI

And here's the review/interview - http://metalrecusants.com/2012/11/1...-november-2012/

seafood28
Nov 14, 2007
2048

Clutch have released the title track from their new album "Earth Rocker". I'm loving it, it rips pretty hard.
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archiv...view_wi_80.html

zenless
Feb 13, 2005


Email from Amazon made me giggle... 'How would you rate Satan Worshiping Doom?'

Velocirocktor
Oct 17, 2006

And it's just a little bit of Cretaceous Castle Magic

seafood28 posted:

Clutch have released the title track from their new album "Earth Rocker". I'm loving it, it rips pretty hard.
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archiv...view_wi_80.html

My favourite part is when Neil goes "BLUUUUAUARHAAARARAGH"

Honestly I think I have like a chronic inability to dislike Clutch.

niff
Jul 4, 2010


I just read the OP in its entirety - if it's still being edited, I'd like to add my band, if possible! Three piece stoner/doom, we have an instrumental demo on bandcamp - we go by Stone the Crows.

some shots from recent gig - all credit goes to Kate Syme Photography for these. I'm the fella with the Rickenbacker.


niff fucked around with this message at 00:12 on Jan 10, 2013

Juaguocio
Jun 5, 2005

Oh, David...


Nativity In Black posted:

I always look at the songs like Snowblind and Cornucopia as the beginnings of doom. For poo poo that came out in '72 this is heavy as all loving get out.

...or how about Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath? I couldn't even tell you how many bands have stolen that riff.

SafetyTrain
Nov 26, 2012

Bringing a knife to a bear fight

niff posted:

I just read the OP in its entirety - if it's still being edited, I'd like to add my band, if possible! Three piece stoner/doom, we have an instrumental demo on bandcamp - we go by Stone the Crows.

Listening to Mr.T on your bandcamp now. I'm pretty torn, on the one hand it's kind of good but unpolished. But on the other hand it feels very... rawish. Like you're just jamming and it's not going that well. It feels like you guys aren't that in synch. The intro feels kind of out of place since you drag the tempo down and the guitar solo is long and pretty unflattering.

I think you'd benefit from sitting down in a studio and polish the song for a while. It feels really unfinished.

Idioteque Dance
Jun 19, 2004



Dinosaur Gum

Juaguocio posted:

...or how about Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath? I couldn't even tell you how many bands have stolen that riff.
I've long considered this song the de facto beginning of... all of this kind of music, really.

niff
Jul 4, 2010


SafetyTrain posted:

Listening to Mr.T on your bandcamp now. I'm pretty torn, on the one hand it's kind of good but unpolished. But on the other hand it feels very... rawish. Like you're just jamming and it's not going that well. It feels like you guys aren't that in synch. The intro feels kind of out of place since you drag the tempo down and the guitar solo is long and pretty unflattering.

I think you'd benefit from sitting down in a studio and polish the song for a while. It feels really unfinished.

I forgot to post that with my usual preface - that was a drunken jam with a guitar with bad intonation and a new-ish riff. We just put something up on the internet so people could hear what we sound like early on to get gigs, heh. It's working so far, although it's the roughest thing I play in that I've ever let be released.

It's generally much better than that - we have a 45 min length release coming soon that is much better, so if you enjoyed at least the idea behind it, a ball-crushingly heavy & tight version is coming soon. Facebook for any news.

In other news - Satan Worshipping Doom is up on the Bongripper bandcamp to listen for free at the moment! Ron says they're getting more vinyl pressed ASAP.

niff fucked around with this message at 20:17 on Jan 10, 2013

Handen
Jun 29, 2003

HNNNNNNNNG.


Black Debbath has a new album out tomorrow.

for man nudity and statue tits.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgxLOgLDqmM

"Nå får det faen meg være rock! Akademisk stoner-rock," which Google translates to "Now get the gently caress me be rock! Academic stoner-rock" but is apparently untranslatable due to it being a play on words; "nu får det faen meg være nok!" translates to roughly "I have had enough, drat it" and there's no way to make the wordplay of "rock" make sense in English. [?]

A translation of the song names:
  • 1 Slaves of humor (Lars Payday)
  • 2 Norwegian Bjornson Research (holding internationally low level) (Egil Hegerberg)
  • 3 FAFO (Lars Payday)
  • 4 space debris (Aslag Guttormsgaard)
  • 5 Replace kitchen cloth often! (Lars Payday)
  • 6 Open letter to Professor Jon Bing in connection with the decision on the establishment of a Data Retention Directive (the noble intention of tyranny) (Lars Payday)
  • 7 No to jerking-off in the park! (Sculpture park song) (Lars Payday)
  • 8 nagging ballad that people bitch too much and make too much ballad (Lars Payday)
  • 9 Do Norwegian diplomatic enough for adventurers and criminals Norwegians abroad? (Egil Hegerberg)
  • 10 Drastic environmental measures in the twelfth hour (Lars Payday)
On Duplex Record's main page, translated from Norwegian to English, it reads:

quote:

Tomorrow (Wednesday, 01/09/2013), there are people meeting on academic stoner-rock at the House of Literature in Oslo Time. 12.00. To celebrate the release of Black Debbath new album "Now it loving be rock! Academic stoner-rock "invite the band to a panel discussion with a star-studded panel of sociologist and author Harald Eia, musician Knut Schreiner, leader of the future in our hands Arild Hermstad and head of department and VG comment earlier Gluecifer singer Frithjof Jacobsen. Under the supervision of the chairman Kristopher Schau, they discuss whether the stoner-rock is an expedient way to get changes in society. With musical examples from the new album, we discussed a number of interesting issues related to the fifth state's social mission. There is free admission and free brush.

Knut Schreiner, of course, is Euroboy from Turbonegro. Also, apparently Black Debbath and Truckfighters are touring around Scandinavia together?

Awesome.

If you aren't familiar with Black Debbath, you should be. Edit: Also, the singer is Ron Perlman's exact doppleganger.

Bonus acoustic version:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkAdZSLOjpQ

Handen fucked around with this message at 02:14 on Jan 11, 2013

Groke
Jul 27, 2007
New Adventures In Mom Strength

Haha, auto-translate. Dude's name is Lars Lønning, his last name is simply spelled the same as an idiomatic equivalent of "salary" or "payday". (Also his dad is this guy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inge_L%C3%B8nning -- now-retired theology professor, onetime rector of the University of Oslo, and national-level Conservative politician. And his uncle is this guy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Per_L%C3%B8nning - another retired theologian/conservative politician, former bishop, etc. Wonder what they think about the current generation's shenanigans.)

Other than that, the translation is clumsy but workable. This public debate meeting was a pretty cute PR stunt, they got some genuine talking heads to participate.

SafetyTrain
Nov 26, 2012

Bringing a knife to a bear fight

niff posted:

I forgot to post that with my usual preface - that was a drunken jam with a guitar with bad intonation and a new-ish riff.

Well gently caress, why didn't you say so from the start. That's EXACTLY what it sounds like. Either post here or send me a PM when you've released the 45 minute thing. Now I'm all giddy to here what you sound like for real.

not trolled not crying
Jan 29, 2007

21st Century Awezome Man

Been listening to Demonic Death Judge a lot lately, you should too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ_hiXAal_k

Them riffs.

niff
Jul 4, 2010


SafetyTrain posted:

Well gently caress, why didn't you say so from the start. That's EXACTLY what it sounds like. Either post here or send me a PM when you've released the 45 minute thing. Now I'm all giddy to here what you sound like for real.

haha. sorry, this is the only band I've been in where even the IDEA sounds good enough, you know? I don't HAVE to preface it with a hundred requirements-to-listen due to quality. I will proclaim it from the rooftops when the recordings are complete. there are even some vocals!

ElectricWizard
Oct 21, 2008


Handen posted:

Black Debbath has a new album out tomorrow.

I'm looking forwards to this, but without understanding the language and culture I think you're missing out. While they have groovy songs and a great live-presence, the political satire is half the reason I listen to Black Debbath. Of course the band has acknowledged that they have English-speaking fans, so they graciously took it upon themselves to explain one of their songs (in the form of a completely different song!):

Den Femte Statsmakt (The Fifth State-Power):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teCVHjwu1VY

What The Previous Song Was about :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_Z8PTZ74cQ

zenless
Feb 13, 2005


Oh man, obsessed with Orchid - Capricorn the last few days... must get more...

Morbid Florist
Oct 21, 2002

and most importantly, I am free in all the ways that you are not.

zenless posted:

Oh man, obsessed with Orchid - Capricorn the last few days... must get more...

This is cool poo poo. Not totally on board with the singer but the band makes up for him. The song Capricorn reminds me of Hole In The Sky from Sabbath

Not Very Metal
Aug 3, 2007

Shit Fuck Shit Fuck!

zenless posted:

Oh man, obsessed with Orchid - Capricorn the last few days... must get more...

Orchid is great, and they've got a couple other EPs out. Straight Sabbath worship, no bones about it.

zenless
Feb 13, 2005


First time i fired it up i hated the vocals, but it really works well with the band.

Groke
Jul 27, 2007
New Adventures In Mom Strength

ElectricWizard posted:

I'm looking forwards to this, but without understanding the language and culture I think you're missing out. While they have groovy songs and a great live-presence, the political satire is half the reason I listen to Black Debbath.

It also helps to be of about the same age as the members of the band and therefore having grown up with all the same cultural references and so on. What needs to be mentioned is that Black Debbath is only one (arguably the most successful) of a whole fuckload of bands that make up Duplex Records, which grew from the fertile soil of Gartnerlosjen: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gartnerlosjen -- literally several dozen "bands" spanning many diverse genres, consisting of slightly different reshuffled combinations of a much more limited number of musicians (many of whom appear in different roles in different bands, and also using different fake names just to add to the confusion). Some of these bands are entirely fictional, some of them only exist in the sense of the members of another band dressing in different costumes and doing a couple of songs in a different genre during a single concert one time, and some of them exist in the sense of a multi-album discography published over the course of a decade or more. Out of the lot, the band that has attracted most international attention is probably Hurra Torpedo (which in typical Duplex Records fashion consists of two of the same guys who are in Black Debbath, and a third guy who is in a bunch of the other bands):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysUjYAi0WcQ

At least one other of the Duplex Records bands is actually relevant to this thread, I speak of course of Thulsa Doom, which is also arguably the least comedic of the whole lot (despite a tendency to complete absurdity in song titles and lyrics): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-foa9II-jT0

UFOTacoMan
Sep 22, 2005



ElectricWizard posted:

I'm looking forwards to this, but without understanding the language and culture I think you're missing out. While they have groovy songs and a great live-presence, the political satire is half the reason I listen to Black Debbath. Of course the band has acknowledged that they have English-speaking fans, so they graciously took it upon themselves to explain one of their songs (in the form of a completely different song!):

Den Femte Statsmakt (The Fifth State-Power):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teCVHjwu1VY

What The Previous Song Was about :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_Z8PTZ74cQ

Three-Way Motorcycle Handlebar Mic Stand. I did not know of such things until this day.

big scary monsters
Sep 2, 2011

-~Skullwave~-


Kush posted:

Been listening to Demonic Death Judge a lot lately, you should too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ_hiXAal_k

Them riffs.

Loved that, and they have a bandcamp with all their stuff on it too. Also, want to watch those B-movies.

Juaguocio
Jun 5, 2005

Oh, David...


Deuce and Norm from Mendozza have put together a new project called Azodanum. If you like Mendozza, you'll love this. I've heard a couple of the other tracks, and they're equally as crushy.

Fauxshiz
Jan 3, 2007
Jumbo Sized

DEAR RICHARD posted:

My friend and co worker is new bass player for Graves At Sea. That, and the fact that they're now a full on Portland band, is pretty loving cool.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFm87zk_t3g

This was loving excellent. I'm so happy I stumbled into this thread. I didn't know how much of a hard-on I had for this kind of music until I opened up spotify in half the screen and this thread in the other.

niff
Jul 4, 2010


Graves at Sea are going on tour with a local band from New Zealand soon - Meth Drinker. Pretty drat cool they managed to get a month-long European tour going.

also, tell your friend and co worker he's a loving boss.

Nativity In Black
Oct 24, 2012

If you're gonna have roads, you're gonna have roadkill.

Morbid Florist posted:

This is cool poo poo. Not totally on board with the singer but the band makes up for him. The song Capricorn reminds me of Hole In The Sky from Sabbath

Yeah these vocals are poo poo. I was confused why people were talking about Orchid in this thread until I realized that it wasn't this Orchid:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot6LXB_3iyQ

Friends Are Evil
Oct 25, 2010

cats cats cats





Nativity In Black posted:

Yeah these vocals are poo poo. I was confused why people were talking about Orchid in this thread until I realized that it wasn't this Orchid:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot6LXB_3iyQ

Yeah, I keep confusing the skramz Orchid with them.

On another note, I've been really into the new Witch Mountain lately.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4vaKsdvUsw

zenless
Feb 13, 2005


Nativity In Black posted:

Yeah these vocals are poo poo. I was confused why people were talking about Orchid in this thread until I realized that it wasn't this Orchid:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot6LXB_3iyQ

LOL. Just so no one is confused... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTygdeTwZ9U

Why are physical albums so expensive, darn foreign import bands! Their LP set is awesome, even though I don't have a turntable i want to buy it!

Metanaut
Oct 9, 2006

Honey it's tight like that.

College Slice

Ghost will release their new album "soon" (April?). First single Secular Haze is out :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN2GCjPh0Hw

B-side features Abba-cover ”I’m A Marionette” with Dave Grohl on the drums and as producer. ( @ everything in that sentence)

To mark the occasion, they've lately performed a lead singer switch ceremony in their live shows. "Papa Emeritus II" now replacing Papa I, but it's obviously still the same guy (very likely Tobias Forge).


Album details :

Infestissumam
01. Infestissumam
02. Per Aspera Ad Inferi
03. Secular Haze
04. Jigolo Har Megiddo
05. Ghuleh / Zombie Queen
06. Year Zero
07. Idolatrine
08. Body And Blood
09. Depth Of Satans Eyes
10. Monstrance Clock

You can pre-order here to get a signed copy. How exactly will it be signed, since one of the bands main things is complete anonymity is a good question.

flirty dental hygienist
Jul 24, 2007

All aboard the knuckle train to FIST PLANET!!


Metanaut posted:

Ghost will release their new album "soon" (April?). First single Secular Haze is out :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN2GCjPh0Hw

B-side features Abba-cover ”I’m A Marionette” with Dave Grohl on the drums and as producer. ( @ everything in that sentence)

To mark the occasion, they've lately performed a lead singer switch ceremony in their live shows. "Papa Emeritus II" now replacing Papa I, but it's obviously still the same guy (very likely Tobias Forge).


Album details :

Infestissumam
01. Infestissumam
02. Per Aspera Ad Inferi
03. Secular Haze
04. Jigolo Har Megiddo
05. Ghuleh / Zombie Queen
06. Year Zero
07. Idolatrine
08. Body And Blood
09. Depth Of Satans Eyes
10. Monstrance Clock

You can pre-order here to get a signed copy. How exactly will it be signed, since one of the bands main things is complete anonymity is a good question.

Oh good! Opus Eponymous is one of my favorite albums from 2010/2011. I can't wait to hear this new one.

DEAR RICHARD
Feb 5, 2009

IT'S TIME FOR MY TOOLS


niff posted:

also, tell your friend and co worker she's a loving boss.



They're playing in Portland in a few months.

Oldstench
Jun 29, 2007

Let's talk about where you're going.


High Roller is releasing a DLP version of Black Hole's Beyond the Gravestone.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWN_z9cbGF8

Handen
Jun 29, 2003

HNNNNNNNNG.


ElectricWizard posted:

I'm looking forwards to this, but without understanding the language and culture I think you're missing out. While they have groovy songs and a great live-presence, the political satire is half the reason I listen to Black Debbath.

I want to teach myself Norwegian but don't know where to start.

On another note, I placed an order with Yeah Right! records a few weeks ago for C'Mon's Beyond The Pale Horse, The Mountain 10", and the Pride Tiger split. All arrived yesterday, and BTPH is on "rootbeer" coloured transparent swirl vinyl. Yesssss.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B0UPEK949c

Handen fucked around with this message at 17:11 on Jan 16, 2013

Agustin Cienfuegos
May 7, 2008


Uncle Acid and the deadbeats will soon be releasing their 3rd album. \m/
(Also some dates for lucky UK folks.)

http://www.roadburn.com/2012/12/unc...m-out-in-march/

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amplifier worship
Aug 26, 2010

The slave is doomed to worship time and fate and death, because they are greater than anything he finds in himself.


had the day off and this was the soundtrack to my productivity.
(also, rad news about uncle acid!)

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