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Subterranean Disposition's Prog/Doom sophomore builds significantly on all the good points of the debut.
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This sludge band is in a style of their own. Their slowness shames many funeral bands. Their riffs are distorted beyond the hideous in an almost droning way. Th...
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    The UK's Conjurer debut with a a rip-roaring smorgasbord of pummelling sludgy noise.
 cdimgCelestial Genealogy, Birth of a Mountain (EP)
    Innerborée's brief debut is lugubrious, dynamically varied and satisfying.

    Despite its harshness, Funeral Moth's sophomore offers an organic, inviting, submersive experience.
 cdimgThe Longing for the Rain (Compilation)
    The complete works of Dysphorian Breed to date, reissued as a double CD, prove enjoyable.

The Sun Is Leaving
    Let down by poor production, Erethe's brief debut seems more like a second demo.
 cdimgII: For Mankind
    Haast's Eagled's sophomore: forget the genre labels here; this is simply great music.
cdimgCry Of The Ice Wolves II (Reissue)
    Some nice touches on this Flegethon re-release, but it remains a little undynamic overall.
 cdimgFor You I Die
    A worthy, if quite familiar-sounding, melodic Funeral debut from Chalice Of Suffering.
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2016-07-20 : XI years of Solitude - 11% discount
Celebrate Solitude's 11th birthday with a discount available until 22 July.
2016-07-20 : Summer sale at GSProductions
Pick up some bulk-buy bargains while the offer lasts!
2016-07-20 : Summer sale at Endless Winter
More bargains on offer, with cumulative discounts from EW.
2016-06-21 : 7" split from Sadhus and Agnes Vein announced, preorders available.
Split single out in July on Vault Relics.
2016-06-21 : Radical Matters Editions/Label - a place for rarities.
Specialists in unique and ultra-limited collectibles announce latest Paul Chain 'Dying Edition'.
2016-06-20 : BadMoodMan releases round-up - May/June
New albums from The Morningside, (Echo) and Subterranean Disposition.
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2016-07-16 : Interview with Void King
"Void King, from Indianapolis, just released their first full-length album. It's angry, heavy and powerful doom...good enough to look more deeply into its background, so I got in touch with the band…"
2016-07-16 : Interview with R.I.P.
"...R.I.P. bring authentic Doom/Rock material...built on the legacy of Pentagram and Saint Vitus, but developed to coherently form their own style. Fuzz is the man who willingly answered all of my questions, and we achieved excellent results!"
2016-07-11 : Interview with Subterranean Disposition
"It took some time for Subterranean Disposition's sophomore album 'Contagiuum And The Landscapes Of Failure' to seemed like a perfect time to catch up with what's been happening in the meantime."
2016-07-05 : Interview with Flesh Of The Stars
"Fresh and obscure pre-apocalyptic band Flesh of the Stars appeared in Chicago just a year ago. This is my favourite kind of interview – almost the whole band is here to answer. Let me introduce you..."
2016-07-03 : Interview with Pÿlon
"This Swiss Traditional Doom metal outfit has been in business since 2002. We did this interview with band founder Matt Brand (vocals, guitars), spoke about the new release and did a retrospective overview of their discography as well."
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2016-07-16 : Void King (Traditional Doom)
2016-07-16 : R.I.P. (Traditional Doom)
2016-07-11 : Haast's Eagled (Avantgarde Doom)
2016-07-03 : Defiance Of Decease (Gothic/Doom)
2016-07-03 : Archarus (Traditional Doom)
2016-06-27 : Mephistofeles (Stoner/Doom)
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