The Best "(Melodic) Death Doom" Albums


Here's a list that contains only Death Doom and Melodic Death Doom Metal albums, so Gothic (check out my other list for that), Funeral or Sludge Doom etc. are NOT included here (but elements from those subgenres might be present in some of the albums on this list). The reason I made this list is because "death doom" is easily one of my all-time favourite subgenres of music in general. Also, there's not a single similar list on MS to be found (at least to my knowing), hence why I feel people who are into this subgenre can use this list to find out more great music. The list is ordened to my own preference and all these albums are worth at least an 8/10 (the alphabetically ranked albums on the bottom of the list will eventually be ranked among the others, but I haven't listened enough to those to do so). The styles (pure/melodic/atmospheric death doom metal) of the ranked albums are also added so it's easier for people to find what they're looking for. I only add 1 album per band for the sake of variety as well as for keeping the list comprehensible. Lastly, give me suggestions so I can check 'em out and add them to the list (only albums that are featured on MS).

Created by: Erik M. | 04.08.2013



1. Katatonia - Brave Murder Day
1996 / Style: Pure/Atmospheric
2. My Dying Bride - Turn Loose The Swans
1993 / Style: Pure
3. Saturnus - Paradise Belongs To You
1996 / Style: Melodic/Atmospheric
4. Desire - Locus Horrendus - The Night Cries Of A Sullen Soul...
2002 / Style: Melodic/Atmospheric
5. Disembowelment - Transcendence Into The Peripheral
1993 / Style: Pure
6. Anathema - The Silent Enigma
1995 / Style: Pure/Atmospheric
7. Mourning Beloveth - The Sullen Sulcus
2002 / Style: Pure
8. Officium Triste - Reason
2004 / Style: Melodic
9. Ataraxie - Slow Transcending Agony
2005 / Style: Pure
10. Slumber - Fallout
2004 / Style: Melodic
11. Ophis - Stream Of Misery
2007 / Style: Pure
12. Swallow The Sun - The Morning Never Came
2003 / Style: Melodic
13. Wine From Tears - Through The Eyes Of A Mad
2009 / Style: Melodic
14. Sadness - Ames De Marbre
1993 / Style: Avantgarde
15. Forest Of Shadows - Departure
2004 / Style: Melodic/Atmospheric
16. Bilocate - Sudden Death Syndrome
2008 / Style: Melodic
17. Indesinence - Vessels Of Light And Decay
2012 / Style: Pure
18. Amorphis - Tales From The Thousand Lakes
1994 / Style: Melodic
19. Paradise Lost - Shades Of God
1992 / Style: Pure
20. Doom:VS - Earthless
2014 / Style: Melodic
21. Decomposed - Hope Finally Died...
1993 / Style: Pure
22. Hanging Garden - Inherit The Eden
2007 / Style: Melodic
23. Unholy - Gracefallen
1999 / Style: Pure/Atmospheric
24. Daylight Dies - Dismantling Devotion
2006 / Style: Melodic
25. Celestial Season - Solar Lovers
1995 / Style: Pure
26. Morgion - Solinari
1999 / Style: Pure/Atmospheric
27. Necare - Ruin
2005 / Style: Melodic
28. Chalice Of Doom - Into Hypnagogia
2013 / Style: Melodic
29. October Tide - Rain Without End
1997 / Style: Melodic
30. Why Angels Fall - The Unveiling
2010 / Style: Atmospheric
31. Whispering Forest - Of Shadows And Pale Light
1998 / Style: Atmospheric
32. Hooded Menace - Never Cross The Dead
2010 / Style: Pure
33. Winter - Into Darkness
1990 / Style: Pure
34. Inborn Suffering - Wordless Hope
2006 / Style: Pure
35. Rapture - Futile
1999 / Style: Melodic
36. Shattered Hope - Absence
2010 / Style: Melodic/Atmospheric
37. Before The Rain - ...One Day Less
2007 / Style: Pure
38. Nox Aurea - Ascending In Triumph
2010 / Style: Melodic
39. Mourning Lenore - Loosely Bounded Infinities
2010 / Style: Melodic
40. Novembers Doom - The Pale Haunt Departure
2005 / Style: Pure
41. Doomed - In My Own Abyss
2012 / Style: Pure
42. Black Sun Aeon - Darkness Walks Beside Me
2009 / Style: Melodic
43. The 11th Hour - Burden Of Grief
2009 / Style: Pure
44. Ablaze In Hatred - The Quietude Plains
2009 / Style: Melodic
45. Falling Leaves - Mournful Cry Of A Dying Sun
2012 / Style: Melodic
46. The Gathering - Always...
1992 / Style: Pure
47. Graveyard Dirt - For Grace Or Damnation
2010 / Style: Pure
48. NOT YET RANKED ALBUMS
49. Abysmal Darkening - No Light Behind
2011
50. Anhedonist - Netherwards
2012
51. Frailty - Lost Lifeless Lights
2008
52. Frozen Pain - Remembrances
2006
53. Helevorn - Forthcoming Displeasures
2010
54. Morphia - Frozen Dust
2002
55. My Lament - Broken Leaf
2009
56. On The Edge Of The NetherRealm - Different Realms
2010
57. The Fall Of Every Season - From Below
2007
58. The Prophecy - Revelations
2006
59. Vin de Mia Trix - Once Hidden From Sight
2013



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04.08.2013 - 21:59
Fritillaria
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I so much agree with Brave Murder Day in the first place,but I don't agree at all with Anathema's Silent Enigma in 10th,hmmm I would place it in second and also Rapture's Songs For The Withering is so low in this list,and I would place it among the first ten, well I think I agree with the rest
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04.08.2013 - 22:01
mz
Nice idea for a list. I must check out those which I am not familiar with.death doom is a great genre which I am not much familiar with. Anyway,you can also have these two bands on your list: Indesinence - Anhedonist
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04.08.2013 - 22:09
Fritillaria
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Oh and I wish there was Paradise Lost Draconian Times here too
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04.08.2013 - 22:32
Erik M.
Written by Guest on 04.08.2013 at 21:59

I so much agree with Brave Murder Day in the first place,but I don't agree at all with Anathema's Silent Enigma in 10th,hmmm I would place it in second and also Rapture's Songs For The Withering is so low in this list,and I would place it among the first ten, well I think I agree with the rest


Thanks! Well, The Silent Enigma is still very high (which it should be of course), but not good enough to be any higher in my opinion. And as I wrote in the description, the ranking and ratings is simply my opinion, so I don't expect anyone to agree with it 100%, since that's almost impossible. The albums on the bottom aren't rated yet though, notice the lack of ratings!

Written by mz on 04.08.2013 at 22:01

Nice idea for a list. I must check out those which I am not familiar with.death doom is a great genre which I am not much familiar with. Anyway,you can also have these two bands on your list: Indesinence - Anhedonist


Thank you too, I'll definitely check out those bands.

Written by Guest on 04.08.2013 at 22:09

Oh and I wish there was Paradise Lost Draconian Times here too


Nope, read the description: only (melodic) death doom allowed for this list, so no other subgenres. And Dracanion Times is "gothic doom" in my book, so I won't ever add it.
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04.08.2013 - 23:07
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Masterchief
Good lust
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04.08.2013 - 23:12
Erik M.
Written by Bad English on 04.08.2013 at 23:07

Good lust


Thanks! Let me know if you have any suggestions.
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04.08.2013 - 23:14
Icy
Nox Aurea "Via Gnosis" and Why Angels Fall "The Unveiling", those i would recommend to check out.

I should probably civilize myself, cos there's alot of albums that i haven't checked out.
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04.08.2013 - 23:18
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Masterchief
Written by Erik M. on 04.08.2013 at 23:12

Written by Bad English on 04.08.2013 at 23:07

Good lust


Thanks! Let me know if you have any suggestions.



Frozen pain , brazlialan band what was activatred some week ago
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04.08.2013 - 23:31
Erik M.
Written by Bad English on 04.08.2013 at 23:18

Frozen pain , brazlialan band what was activatred some week ago


I also noticed that band and I'm going to check 'em out. Added to the list.

Written by Icy on 04.08.2013 at 23:14

Nox Aurea "Via Gnosis" and Why Angels Fall "The Unveiling", those i would recommend to check out.

I should probably civilize myself, cos there's alot of albums that i haven't checked out.


Both added and will check them out. I'd recommend to start off with the really high rated stuff (obviously).
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04.08.2013 - 23:46
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Masterchief
I dont give adcices anymore, but try read my werry old doom sugestion post somehthing
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05.08.2013 - 17:30
Deinonychus
Cool list, you're one of the few users who seem to have a very similar taste to mine. Do you have a last.fm account?

Ablaze in Hatred do not get enough love!

May I suggest you take a listen at Dream of Poe and Vin de Mia Trix?
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05.08.2013 - 17:33
ImperialTroll
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Awesome list! You should also try Chalice of Doom and Falling Leaves. Two Melodic Death\Doom bands from the Middle East
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05.08.2013 - 17:47
Erik M.
Written by Deinonychus on 05.08.2013 at 17:30

Cool list, you're one of the few users who seem to have a very similar taste to mine. Do you have a last.fm account?

Ablaze in Hatred do not get enough love!

May I suggest you take a listen at Dream of Poe and Vin de Mia Trix?


Thanks man! Yes, we seem to have a similar taste indeed. You're implying Ablaze In Hatred needs to be higher on the list?

I don't have a Last.fm account and you're not the first to ask/suggest to get one, but I'm not planning on creating such an account since I don't feel I need one. And thanks for the suggestions, but A Dream of Poe seems to be labelled as "gothic doom" everywhere, so I'll listen to it first before adding it to the list. Vin de Mia Trix isn't on MS, so won't add it, sorry.

Written by Guest on 05.08.2013 at 17:33

Awesome list! You should also try Chalice of Doom and Falling Leaves. Two Melodic Death\Doom bands from the Middle East


Glad to see you like it (finally some recognition ), thanks! Definitely will check out Chalice of Doom and Falling Leaves, as both have really high ratings here on MS ). Added them to this list as well, since (as the description says) I'll eventually check everything out and this helps me remind me of that.
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05.08.2013 - 17:49
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
The newest Chalice Of Doom is loads better than quite a few albums in this list.
As well as The Second Ring Of Power by Unholy

and to limit myself to Dutch death doom
Beyond Belief's compilation called Dawn should also be in it.
Mystic Charm - Shadows Of The Unknown
Celestial Season - Forever Scarlett Passion and Solar Lovers
Castle - Castle
Spina Bifida - Ziyadah
Sad Whisperings - Sensitive to Autumn
Whispering Gallery - any of their three full-lengths would do
Orphanage - By Time Alone or Oblivion although there is a bit of Gothic in there as well
Abysmal Darkening - No Light Behind
Delirium - Zzooouhh
Mourning
Necro Schizma
Nymphea Aurora
Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom
Eria D' Or
Morphia
Phlebotomized - Immense, Intense, Suspense.


btw yes I know some bands have released only demos but those are still really well-known names within the Dutch doom scene and also in the international doom scene
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05.08.2013 - 17:51
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Erik M. on 05.08.2013 at 17:47

but A Dream of Poe seems to be labelled as "gothic doom" everywhere,



but they are way more death doom than gothic doom, saw them at Dutch Doom days in 2011
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05.08.2013 - 18:00
Erik M.
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:49

The newest Chalice Of Doom is loads better than quite a few albums in this list.
As well as The Second Ring Of Power by Unholy

and to limit myself to Dutch death doom
Beyond Belief's compilation called Dawn should also be in it.
Mystic Charm - Shadows Of The Unknown
Celestial Season - Forever Scarlett Passion and Solar Lovers
Castle - Castle
Spina Bifida - Ziyadah
Sad Whisperings - Sensitive to Autumn
Whispering Gallery - any of their three full-lengths would do
Orphanage - By Time Alone or Oblivion although there is a bit of Gothic in there as well
Abysmal Darkening - No Light Behind
Delirium - Zzooouhh
Mourning
Necro Schizma
Nymphea Aurora
Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom
Eria D' Or
Morphia
Phlebotomized - Immense, Intense, Suspense.


btw yes I know some bands have released only demos but those are still really well-known names within the Dutch doom scene and also in the international doom scene


Oh man, I shouldn't have said that in the shoutbox just now. Just kidding of course , but I'll only add full-length albums of bands that are featured on MS (also the "invisible" bands of course), otherwise this list will be far too big. I also might go back to 2 albums/band when the list if getting really large.

And I know you (and other people) might not agree with how I ranked the albums (it's impossible to 100% agree of course, but I already removed the ratings since then it's a bit too extreme I think), but I ranked them since I like it a lot more than a boring alphabetical ranking (which also seems too easy for a list like this). By the way, The Second Ring of Power is already on this list, but not properly ranked yet. I assume all this stuff is worthy of this list, but I'd like to have the absolute best stuff on here (so all your 9's for example, since you don't hand out 10's, hahaha). I don't have the time now, but I'll add your suggestions later.

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:51

but they are way more death doom than gothic doom, saw them at Dutch Doom days in 2011


Okay, then I'll add them, since there are more albums on here that aren't 100% death doom, but I just want to avoid the true gothic doom stuff.
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05.08.2013 - 18:27
Deinonychus
Written by Erik M. on 05.08.2013 at 17:47

Written by Deinonychus on 05.08.2013 at 17:30

Cool list, you're one of the few users who seem to have a very similar taste to mine. Do you have a last.fm account?

Ablaze in Hatred do not get enough love!

May I suggest you take a listen at Dream of Poe and Vin de Mia Trix?


Thanks man! Yes, we seem to have a similar taste indeed. You're implying Ablaze In Hatred needs to be higher on the list?

I don't have a Last.fm account and you're not the first to ask/suggest to get one, but I'm not planning on creating such an account since I don't feel I need one. And thanks for the suggestions, but A Dream of Poe seems to be labelled as "gothic doom" everywhere, so I'll listen to it first before adding it to the list. Vin de Mia Trix isn't on MS, so won't add it, sorry.

About Ablaze in Hatred, in fact, I'm just glad it's in someone's list. I heard they're in studio now, so we should hear so more news soon!
Also, check out Depressed Mode.
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05.08.2013 - 20:52
CyberSymphony
Ollie
Emols is back with a new list
Interesting albums, I already know most and a few I am already checking out. I have a few suggestions if your interested:
Bilocate
Doom:VS - Might be classed as Funeral Doom, but you can decide.
Virgin Black - Their latest release 'Fortissimo'.
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06.08.2013 - 01:27
Erik M.
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:49

The newest Chalice Of Doom is loads better than quite a few albums in this list.
As well as The Second Ring Of Power by Unholy

and to limit myself to Dutch death doom
Beyond Belief's compilation called Dawn should also be in it.
Mystic Charm - Shadows Of The Unknown
Celestial Season - Forever Scarlett Passion and Solar Lovers
Castle - Castle
Spina Bifida - Ziyadah
Sad Whisperings - Sensitive to Autumn
Whispering Gallery - any of their three full-lengths would do
Orphanage - By Time Alone or Oblivion although there is a bit of Gothic in there as well
Abysmal Darkening - No Light Behind
Delirium - Zzooouhh
Mourning
Necro Schizma
Nymphea Aurora
Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom
Eria D' Or
Morphia
Phlebotomized - Immense, Intense, Suspense.


btw yes I know some bands have released only demos but those are still really well-known names within the Dutch doom scene and also in the international doom scene


Okay, I added all of your suggestions (the ones that qualify for this list at least, haha), so I have a lot of work to do. And as I said, if you have other essential death doom albums (featured on MS), then let me know.

Written by Deinonychus on 05.08.2013 at 18:27

About Ablaze in Hatred, in fact, I'm just glad it's in someone's list. I heard they're in studio now, so we should hear so more news soon!
Also, check out Depressed Mode.


Haha obviously they are in this list, it's a great band. Have to give the debut a bit more spins though since I'm not very familiar with it yet. I know Depressed Mode and from what I recall they are too funeral doom to be on this list, sorry (but if I'm totally wrong here, let me know).

Written by CyberSymphony on 05.08.2013 at 20:52

Emols is back with a new list
Interesting albums, I already know most and a few I am already checking out. I have a few suggestions if your interested:
Bilocate
Doom:VS - Might be classed as Funeral Doom, but you can decide.
Virgin Black - Their latest release 'Fortissimo'.


Yeah. And it'll be my last list ever or at least for many months I think (unless I decide to do a best to worst list of Summoning after all, but I feel they're too consistent for a list like that). Anyway, thanks for the suggestions. I've heard all of those already, but didn't consider Bilocate because in my memory it wasn't really death doom. Listening to it right now and I was wrong, hence why I added it. Didn't add Doom:VS because of that one being funeral doom, but actually it sounds way more like Mourning Beloveth than (for example) Ahab or Shape of Despair, so also added. Virgin Black's most recent album wasn't added because of the gothic elements but it's indeed more death doom than gothic doom, so also added.
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06.08.2013 - 11:57
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Erik M. on 06.08.2013 at 01:27

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 05.08.2013 at 17:49

The newest Chalice Of Doom is loads better than quite a few albums in this list.
As well as The Second Ring Of Power by Unholy

and to limit myself to Dutch death doom
Beyond Belief's compilation called Dawn should also be in it.
Mystic Charm - Shadows Of The Unknown
Celestial Season - Forever Scarlett Passion and Solar Lovers
Castle - Castle
Spina Bifida - Ziyadah
Sad Whisperings - Sensitive to Autumn
Whispering Gallery - any of their three full-lengths would do
Orphanage - By Time Alone or Oblivion although there is a bit of Gothic in there as well
Abysmal Darkening - No Light Behind
Delirium - Zzooouhh
Mourning
Necro Schizma
Nymphea Aurora
Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom
Eria D' Or
Morphia
Phlebotomized - Immense, Intense, Suspense.


btw yes I know some bands have released only demos but those are still really well-known names within the Dutch doom scene and also in the international doom scene


Okay, I added all of your suggestions (the ones that qualify for this list at least, haha),



No, you didn't Or else you would have also added Sempiternal Deathreign, Delirium, Orphanage, Sad Whisperings, Spina Bifida, Castle, Mystic Charm, or a full-length by Beyond Belief
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06.08.2013 - 12:54
Alex F
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 06.08.2013 at 11:57

No, you didn't Or else you would have also added Sempiternal Deathreign, Delirium, Orphanage, Sad Whisperings, Spina Bifida, Castle, Mystic Charm, or a full-length by Beyond Belief

I wouldn't really call The Spooky Gloom (Sempiternal Deathreign) a death doom album. You obviously know better than me, I've just never regarded it as such. I guess I should re-listen to it sometime soon. A great album nonetheless.
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06.08.2013 - 13:09
Erik M.
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 06.08.2013 at 11:57

No, you didn't Or else you would have also added Sempiternal Deathreign, Delirium, Orphanage, Sad Whisperings, Spina Bifida, Castle, Mystic Charm, or a full-length by Beyond Belief


Well, I meant the ones that meet my own rules and all those you just mentioned aren't on MS (or don't have a full-length album) or else I would've added them. Oh, and you're right about Orphanage but I'm not sure and have to listen again to decide whether to add them or not (the first two albums are already on my other list and try to avoid the gothic stuff for this list). Btw, Castle is also on MS, but not with an album called "Castle"?
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06.08.2013 - 13:37
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Erik M. on 06.08.2013 at 13:09

. Btw, Castle is also on MS, but not with an album called "Castle"?



That's a different Castle and it's a lot worse The Castle I am talking about is Dutch and only released two demos and one full length and has split up quite a long time ago.
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06.08.2013 - 13:39
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Alex F on 06.08.2013 at 12:54

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 06.08.2013 at 11:57

No, you didn't Or else you would have also added Sempiternal Deathreign, Delirium, Orphanage, Sad Whisperings, Spina Bifida, Castle, Mystic Charm, or a full-length by Beyond Belief

I wouldn't really call The Spooky Gloom (Sempiternal Deathreign) a death doom album. You obviously know better than me, I've just never regarded it as such. I guess I should re-listen to it sometime soon. A great album nonetheless.


so you also don't regard Disembowelment's album or the Decomposed album here as death doom albums. I would guess?
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06.08.2013 - 13:42
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Erik M. on 06.08.2013 at 13:09

... and all those you just mentioned aren't on MS


So what? MS is lacking quite a few absolutely brilliant death doom bands, since MS is NOT a band database as such. So, imo, even though those bands are featured (either invisible or visible) here on MS they do deserve to be mentioned in a list which pretends to list the BEST death doom albums
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06.08.2013 - 13:55
Alex F
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 06.08.2013 at 13:39

so you also don't regard Disembowelment's album or the Decomposed album here as death doom albums. I would guess?

I would regard the two in my top 5 death doom albums ever. Looks like I really need to re-listen to TSG, as both of the releases you mentioned are 100% death doom.
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06.08.2013 - 14:00
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by Alex F on 06.08.2013 at 13:55

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 06.08.2013 at 13:39

so you also don't regard Disembowelment's album or the Decomposed album here as death doom albums. I would guess?

I would regard the two in my top 5 death doom albums ever. Looks like I really need to re-listen to TSG, as both of the releases you mentioned are 100% death doom.



there's loads of pure death metal parts on both Disembowelment's and Decomposed's albums and that i also the case with Sempiternal Deathreign
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06.08.2013 - 16:26
InnerSelf
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You pretty much covered the genre with this list awesome place to pick albums for people trying to get into the genre.
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06.08.2013 - 16:30
Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Old Fuck
Written by InnerSelf on 06.08.2013 at 16:26

You pretty much covered the genre with this list awesome place to pick albums for people trying to get into the genre.



I think those people will drown in this list
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06.08.2013 - 16:34
InnerSelf
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Hahaha yeah it's a bit overwhelming ... people need to go through some mediocre and crappy albums before discovering those jewels

I just realised you don't have Helevorn here ... you seriously need to check out their latest album, a masterpiece of (Male Vox) Gothic Death Doom
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