|Epic Doom, Traditional Doom|
One of the best traditional Doom bands of current times and also without a doubt one of the biggest and the best known ones that is still around (the true juggernaut of old school doom!). Shamelessly underappreciated by most Death/Doom fans. Solitude Aeturnus' traditional sound is fully up to modern-day standards and very innovative. The clean vocals by R. Lowe's unique voice seem to be a "hate em or love em" case. The clever song writing and superb lyrics also make Solitude Aeturnus' music stand out.
|And Justice For All...||1988||None||Demo|
|Mirror Of Sorrow||1988||None||Demo|
|Into the Depths of Sorrow||1990||Roadrunner||CD|
|Beyond The Crimson Horizon||1992||Roadrunner||CD|
|Through The Darkest Hour||1994||Pavement||CD|
|Through The Darkest Hour/Downfall||199?||Pavement||Re-release|
|Justice For All||2000||Doomed Planet||Re-release|
|Into the Depths of Sorrow||2004||Brainticket||Re-release|
|Beyond The Crimson Horizon (1992)|
|At the time of the releas of 'And Justice For All' (which preceeds Metallicas album with the same name by 7 months) the band went under the name Solitude. After a power metal band with the same name put their lawyer on the case, the name was changed to the current one.|
Vocalist R. Lowe also sings on the first album of Last Chapter, and guitarist John Perez runs the record label Brainticket. - the 2004 re-release of 'Into the Depths of Sorrow' includes 3 bonus tracks: demo versions of 'Oqaque Divinity' and 'Mirror of Sorrow' as well as the only non-recorded Solitude Aeturnus song 'City of Armageddon' from a rehearsal session.