Doom Metal Reviews

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Conjurer – Mire (, , , )
22nd February 2018 -

Those who keep their fingers on the pulse of the UK’s underground metal scene would assume it’s going into cardiac arrest with the rate it’s pumping out brilliant records. After hearing Conjurer‘s 2016 debut EP listeners knew that the first full-length, Mire would be yet another palpitation for the British scene. It’s not surprising that another astonishing UK act’s debut is out… Read More »

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Black Moth – Anatomical Venus (, , )
20th February 2018 -

2018 is promising to be an incredibly big year for Black Moth. Hotly tipped from all corners of the industry to make a real impact over the next 12 months, the Leeds quintet are looking to take the first step to fulfilling their undoubted potential with new record ‘Anatomical Venus’, and what a first step it is. This is one… Read More »

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Paradise Lost – Medusa (, , )
25th September 2017 -

Paradise Lost have been purveyors of all things dark and gloomy for nearly 30 years now, but you’d never know it. Apart from a few patchy moments in the 90s, they have rarely put a foot wrong, and they are currently on a winning streak of 3 back to back stellar albums, with 2012’s Tragic Idol, 2015’s The Plague Within… Read More »

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Brutus – Burst (, )
29th March 2017 -

When a band waits over three years to release their debut album it adds an air of pressure to the release. After the years of hard work it would be easy for the album to fall below expectations and difficult for a fan base has given so much back to the band to have those expectations met. Leuven, Belgium is… Read More »

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The King Is Blind – Our Father (, , )
26th February 2016 -

Since forming in 2013, Essex’s The King Is Blind have been making ripples in the UK’s extreme metal underground. Two years on from 2014’s The Deficiencies of Man EP, the band are ready to unleash their debut full length record, Our Father. Does this debut record inject fresh life into Britain’s blossoming modern extreme metal scene or does it get… Read More »