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Dusk




USA - Active.

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Death/Doom

Some of the heaviest, darkest, purest death/doom ever recorded. Dusk utilized one of the heaviest, most rumbling and powerful guitar sounds ever heard along with harsh, deep growled/screamed vocals. The band released a self-titled album 'Dusk' which had more of a death metal influence, but the follow up album, 'Majestic Thou In Ruin' was one of the greatest doom-metal releases ever. Much like their predecessors Thergothon, Dusk quickly broke up, but reunited some 20 years later.

Discography

Dusk (Demo)1993Self-releasedTape
Dusk (EP)1994Cyber MusicCD
...Majestic Thou in Ruin1995Requiem ProductionsMcd
Mourning...Resurrect (Compilation)2002Lost DiscipleCD
To Find New Darkness/The Slumber (Split with Aphotic)2005Cursed ProductionsCD
Dusk/...Majestic Thou In Ruin (Compilation)2015Dark SymphoniesCD/2LP

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Dusk (EP) (1994)
...Majestic Thou in Ruin (1995)
Mourning...Resurrect (Compilation) (2002)
To Find New Darkness/The Slumber (Split with Aphotic) (2005)

Interviews

Interview with Dusk (2018-04-02).

Misc

Be aware there are many other bands also called Dusk.

The band broke up in 1997, with several of the members going on to form the short-lived Aphotic.

The band reformed in 2016 with a line-up of 1990s members.

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