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Reverend Bizarre




Finland - Active.

Description

Stoner

The Reverend Bizarre play slow, bluesy 70's influenced, stoner, biker-bar rock. There are hints of Black Sabbath in their sound, but they're primarily stoner rock.

Discography

Practice Sessions1996The Holy Parish of DoomRehearsal Tape
Slice of Doom1999The Holy Parish of DoomCDr
In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend2002Sinister FigureCD
In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend2003Low Frequency RecordsRe-release
Harbinger of Metal2003SpikefarmEP
Reverend Bizarre/Ritual Steel split2003Metal Coven Records7"
Reverend Bizarre/Orodruin split2004Hellride Music Records12"
Reverend Bizarre/Minotauri split2004Metal Coven Records7"
Slice of Doom2004PsycheDOOMelic RecordsCompilation
In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend2004Spikefarm2CD
II: Crush The Insects2005SpikefarmCD
Under the Sign of the Wolf2006Church WithinSplit 7"
Thulsa Doom2006Aftermath Music7"
III: So Long Suckers2007NoneDemo CD
Teutonic Witch2007SpikefarmSingle
III: So Long Suckers2007Spinefarm2CD

Contact

reverendbizarre@hotmail.com


Reviews

In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend (2002)
Harbinger of Metal (2003)
In the Rectory of the Bizarre Reverend (2004)
III: So Long Suckers (2007)

Misc

The split 'Under the Sign of the Wolf' is with the band Mannhai. The members of Reverend Bizarre are also active in many other bands. For instance, Peter has a progressive rock band called Orne and Albert is in an experimental march/ambient band called Herven Agal. - the 1999 release of 'Slice of Doom' was released once by the band themselves and once by The Holy Parish of Doom with differed covers and other slight alterations (it also was released as a tape).

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