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What would be the non-doom band that you keep following closely, catching every new release and liking it?
I'm looking for any good, consistent band that still plays DARK music. Something that could boast about a real discography, meaning at least 3 albums behind...

I was thinking Leprous for instance is the kind of band that doens't play doom, but that brings me strong dark emotions nonetheless with a talent that doesn't steam out.

So, what would be your non-doom kick?

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I guess you mean metal bands still, right?

Personally I rarely listen to non-doom metal but I really like and follow closely a local band Smallman, that is quite heavy and has nice folk elements, including bagpipe. The vocals are also quite unique, so it’s worth giving it a try:



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Yes, I mean Metal bands! :D; I guess this topic should be moved to the right forum!

I know Smallman, and I even have an album by them. Yes, it's a fine band, thanks for the reminder; did they put out many albums?

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Three, plus a recent weird EP in collaboration with a local electronic artist, still retaining the folk elements=)

Btw, their physical releases are really worth aquiring as pieces of art, especially the one from my bandcamp link, featuring lots of beautiful thematic cards:)


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