Release date: 28 November 2008
Style: Drone doom metal, Dark Ambient


7.4 | 9 votes


6 have it

01. Enneargy
02. Enneanacatl
03. Enneathan

Lyrics (3)

V. Ajomo - guitars, vocals
J. Rämänen - drums
P. Rämänen - bass

Session musicians
J. Henttonen - vocals
L. Andersson - shaman drum
O. Sopanen - cello

Guest review by
Boxcar Willy

mon·o·lith·ic /ˌmɒnəˈlɪθɪk/
1. characterized by massiveness and rigidity and total uniformity: a monolithic society; a monolithic worldwide movement. See also "Dark Buddha Rising" ext. "Ritual IX".

Rumbling and grumbling in at well over an hour, Dark Buddha Rising's sophomore release is something that takes time and preparation to understand. You must be ready for the behemoth that is this album. Take their brand of sludge doom and stretch it out like Sleep's Dopesmoker, combined with its rolling repetitive riffs. Oh yes, I know you want it. I can feel your mouths watering already.

published 24.06.2012 | Comments (2)


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oroboros - 20.04.2012 at 21:35  
Rating: 9 That 43 minute monster is like a motherfucker.
Boxcar Willy - 23.06.2012 at 17:42  
Rating: 9 A simply fantastic and overwhelming album.
ThunderAxe1989 - 28.10.2012 at 03:22  
  Fucking nice record! and the 43 minute song sounds really "mind-expanding", I can't wait to listen to it while stoned.

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