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Conclave – Dawn of Days
An enjoyable and well-executed doom metal album that dares to add elements from other genres, for a great result.
Wheel – Preserved In Time
A high-quality traditional doom metal release, and bound to be one of the finest albums in that category to be heard this year.
Hellhookah – The Curse
The Curse’ is a big dense serving of traditional gloom and doom packaged very efficiently.
Holden – Ursa Minor
Better and more focused writing would have made this a better, more profound debut album.
Blessed Black – Beyond the Crimson Throne
Doom metal has always been a celebration of traditional heavy metal. Though the biggest influence for genre is Black Sabbath, proto-metal bands like Blue...
Façade – The Eternal Dance
A thoughtful and intriguing work, with a well-executed mix of brutalism and hope
Avatarium – The Fire I Long For
Avatarium's own brand of doom/psychedelic metal continues to deliver a great punch. At the same time, in this, their first post-Edling album, the band also tries to explore new sounds, with mixed results.
Saint Vitus – Saint Vitus
Few bands in the American doom metal scene, can claim as much influence and longevity as Los Angeles’ Saint Vitus. Part of an unholy...
Lord Vicar – The Black Powder
It's a pretty ambitious move to open an album with a 17-minute track but, then again, this latest release by Lord Vicar is full...
Zaum – Divination
There are albums that, despite nominally belonging to a certain genre, can nevertheless be enjoyed by "outsiders." Albums in which the music contains elements...
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Get Ready for Wacken 2023
Get ready to unleash your metal power because Wacken Open Air is back with a bang for its 2023 edition! Mark your calendars for...