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Lords of the Stone




The Netherlands - Disbanded.

Description

Traditional Doom

The early work of Lords of the Stone was highly influenced by Cathedral, playing ultra slow traditional doom with rough male vocals and Tolkien-themed lyrics. Over time, their sound became more melodic and original, featuring gothic and stoner influences, organs, and female vocals. Their only full-length album 'Nightflowers' could be compared to The Gathering, Moon of Sorrow, and Celestial Season's 'Solar Lovers' album.

Discography

Rhymes Of Bitterness1992NoneDemo
Diamond In The Dust1993NoneDemo
Fire In The Winter1994DispleasedSplit
In An Eyelid's Fall1996NoneDemo
Nightflowers1997MassacreCD

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The female vocalist, Martine Van Loon, is also known for her work on the 'Almost a Dance' album of The Gathering and the first Orphanage album, 'Oblivion'.

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