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Worship




France/Germany - Active.

Description

Funeral Doom

Originally a two man band centered around "Fucked up Mad Max" (Max Varnier) from France and "The Doommonger" (Daniel Vaross) from Germany. Extreme suicidal, misanthropic and fucked up Doom in the vein of Thergothon. Consisting of just two members, a true underground/cult act that until 2004 only saw their work released on tape and very limited vinyl. They made some of the most extreme Doom ever and will definitely appeal to fans of aforementioned Thergothon, as well as Skepticism, early Unholy, Esoteric and other extreme acts. The band disbanded after vocalist Mad Max killed himself by jumping off a bridge. But in 2004 Worship started to show signs of life again with the only remaining member Doommonger blowing new life into the band.

Discography

Last Tape Before Doomsday1999Impaler of TrendiesTape
Last Tape Before Doomsday2000Weird Truth ProductionsRe-release
Worship/Agathocles Split2000Impaler of TrendiesSplit 7 inch
Last Vinyl Before Doomsday2001PainiacLP
Worship/Stabat Mater Split2002PainiacSplit 10 inch
Mournful Congregation/Worship Split2002PainiacSplit 7 inch
Last CD Before Doomsday2004Weird Truth ProductionsCD
Worship/Loss Split2005PainiacSplit 7 inch
Last CD Before Doomsday2006Weird Truth ProductionsRe-release
Dooom2007Bubonic ProductionsTape
Dooom2007Painiac2LP
Dooom2007Endzeit ElegiesCD
Worship/Wither Split2008PainiacSplit 12 inch
Elemental Doom Trilogy I - Wood2008Endzeit ElegiesSplit 7 inch
Terranean Wake2012Weird TruthCD

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Last Vinyl Before Doomsday (2001)
Worship/Stabat Mater Split (2002)
Mournful Congregation/Worship Split (2002)
Last CD Before Doomsday (2004)
Worship/Loss Split (2005)
Dooom (2007)
Terranean Wake (2012)

Interviews

Interview with Worship (2003-10-13).
Interview with Worship (2004-08-19).
Interview with Worship (2015-09-12).

Misc

Most of the 'Last ... Before Doomsday' albums are the same, except for the medium they are released on. The CD version also has a fifth song called 'Keep on selling Cocaine to Angels' taken from the rare split with Agathocles Mad Max was the editor of a 'Oceans Morphique' fansize. The split with Agathocles is close to impossible to find. Rumour has it that most of the records (sitting in Mad Max basement) were destroyed by the parents of Mad Max after his suicide. His family blames his music for his suicide. Max Mad also used to play in Beer Vomit, Doommonger used to play in Somber Serenity and to this day is a member of gothic/darkwave outfit: Beyond the void. 'Elemental Doom Trilogy I - Wood' is a split with Persistence in Mourning.

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