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Interview with Abysmal Growls Of Despair

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Interview with Abysmal Growls Of Despair

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And, of course, many other bands at the same time...!
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http://www.doom-metal.com/interviews.php?entry=1331.
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gloomy guy.

Incidentally, I burnt a cdr of his Plagueprayer project and I must say it's really good. Not totally memorable, but it's a good background music when reading.

I know I'd be him I'd hate to know my music is appreciated as a mere background animation!


all this just being a smart ass trying to cheer up a bit this depressive interview! :laugh:

Sorry to hear all that stuff about schyzophrenia, a sickness I know very little about...
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Very interesting. A far better interview than most. Honest, and true to his art. I like his comment about doom and politics.
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Well, I can't see doom death or Funeral doom dealing with political matters, of course, and when adressing that topic in another thread, I had in mind most of Count Raven albums, truth be told. A great deal of trad doom bands have integrated this kind of topics in their lyrics and I must say, I think it suits the music, which is rock-based, more grounded than funeral doom, to say the least.

As for all the other genres, I don't care as long as God and all his saints are not endlessly hammered like the guys believed in all that shit! :D
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