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.
|Rhymes Of Bitterness||1992||None||Demo|
|Diamond In The Dust||1993||None||Demo|
|Fire In The Winter||1994||Displeased||Split|
|In An Eyelid's Fall||1996||None||Demo|
|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'.|