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Electric Wizard




United Kingdom - Active.

Description

Stoner/Doom

One of the heaviest Doom bands around. They create ultra slow, sluggish and heavy psychedelic/spacey music. Electric Wizard is one of the bigger names within the Stoner/Doom scene together with bands like Sleep. Their music, however "doped", is extremely doomy.

Discography

Rehearsal Demo1990NoneDemo
Lord of Putrefaction/Mortal Remains Split1991Nuclear GoreSplit LP
...On Blackened Wings1992NoneDemo
Promo '931993NonePromo
Electric Wizard1995Rise AboveCD
Electric Wizard/Our Haunted Kingdom Split1995Rise AboveSplit 7 inch
Come My Fanatics...1996Rise AboveCD
Chrono.naut1997Man's RuinMcd
Supercoven1998Bad AcidMcd
Come My Fanatics.../Electric Wizard1999Rise Above2on1 re-release
Demo199?NoneDemo
Dopethrone2000Rise AboveCD
Let Us Prey2002Rise AboveCD
We Live2004Rise AboveCD
Pre-Electric Wizard 1989-19942006Rise AboveCompilation
Electric Wizard2006Rise AboveRe-release
Come My Fanatics...2006Rise AboveRe-release
Dopethrone2006Rise AboveRe-release
Let Us Prey2006Rise AboveRe-release
We Live2006Rise AboveRe-release
Witchcult Today 2007Rise Above RecordsCD
Black Masses2010Rise Above RecordsCD
Legalise Drugs & Murder2012Rise Above RecordsCD
Time To Die2014Witchfinder Records/Spinefarm RecordsCD

Contact

wizard.in.black@weedmail.com


Reviews

Supercoven (1998)
Come My Fanatics.../Electric Wizard (1999)
Dopethrone (2000)
Let Us Prey (2002)
Witchcult Today (2007)
Black Masses (2010)
Legalise Drugs & Murder (2012)
Time To Die (2014)

Interviews

Interview with Electric Wizard (2014-09-14).

Misc

In the early years the band wandered between several different names. It is unknown wether the 'Rehersal Demo' from 1990 is more than a rumor, but both it and the split with Mortal Remains was made under the name Lord of Putrefaction. The two following demos were made under the name Thy Grief Eternal and the 'Promo '93' went under the name Eternal. With the release of 'Electric Wizard' came their modern name.

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