Australian warlord D. Nahum and Milam Records owner Zareem team up for a Bleakwood & Ekadzati split.
The undisputed kings of despondency make their long-awaited return.
Dis Pater turns his hand to funeral doom with stunning results. Tempestuous Fall has provided the soundtrack to many a solemn night’s contemplation.
Ahab follow some brave musical inspiration in their retelling of Poe’s ‘Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket’.
In the footsteps of Volume II comes a glimpse into one of the most prolific European black metal labels that has consistently avoided the limelight.
As is tradition, it takes a Finnish band to show the others how to play funeral doom fit for the house of God.
Stream ‘Loki Bound’ in its entirety and revel in the blackened funeral mire of Greed & Rapacity.
Ordo Obsidium’s incredibly detailed take on sorrow enriched black metal/funeral doom leaves everything else in the dust.
Nortt speaks about his monuments to melancholy.
Bleak, sombre, depressive… with a gargantuan groove? Odpörovät 1968 puts the FUN back into funeral doom.
Just a reminder that a new Ensorcelor track, ‘By Mycomancy Insumed’, is streaming at the band’s myspace. People who thought their debut demo Urarctica…
Urarctica Begins, debut EP from the ambitious convoy of Ensorcelor, is a 36 minute voyage through some of the most expansive, introspective sludge ever…