There are at least five bands with the name Warning. 1. Warning was a UK based doom metal band. Warning flagged the rise of post-2000 wave of traditional doom metal. They were formed by Patrick Walker in 1994 in Harlow, Essex. The band is notable for its down-tempo, progressive, melodic and heavy doom-laden sound; the idiosyncratic and poignant vocals of Patrick Walker; and his introspective, darkly-confessional lyrical themes of acute pain, love, and melancholy nostalgia. The band released two demo tapes, "Revelation Looms" in Feb 1996 and "Blessed By Sabbath" in March 1997.
"We're 6 dudes playing music that we dig. DOOM, grind, crust, STONER, hardcore, punk. We dig it. We play it. Narrow minded, $$$ driven, elite scene fucks can die. We've played with bands such as Pisschrist, 731, Cut Sick, Beyond Terror Beyond Grace, Fattura Della Morte, Pack (Switzerland), Regulations (Sweden), Born/Dead (USA), Kyklooppien Sukupuuto (Finland) and The Wrong Men (New Zealand). - Taken from their myspace. http://www.myspace.com/spacebong
Trouble was formed in Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1979 by vocalist Eric Wagner, guitarists Bruce Franklin and Rick Wartell, bassist Sean McAllister, and drummer Jeff Olson. Drawing deeply from Black Sabbath for inspiration (with occasional nods to the psychedelic sounds of the late '60s thrown in for good measure), the band forged an uncompromising brand of classic metal all their own, made more unique by their gloomy down-tuned riffs and spiritual, often mistakenly religious lyrics...
Pagan Altar is a doom metal band formed in 1978 in Brockley, England. Alongside Witchfinder General, they are one of the few "NWOBHM" bands to play doom metal. Although they were ignored by mainstream metal media during the early and mid 80s, their influence did not emerge until after the 80s incarnation had broken up. Their gigs were characterized by moody, epic and heavy music interpreted with highly visual stage aspect which accented their interest for occult themes.
Twenty-three years into their music careers, the three members of Against Nature show no signs of slowing down. Once known as Hellhound Records and Rise Above Records recording artists Revelation in the 80s-90s, Against Nature has released ten full-length recordings in the past four years on their own Bland Hand Records and has appeared on several compilations. In July 2004, returning after a 13 year absence, the Salvation's Answer-era re-formed as Against Nature and began writing and rehearsing new music.
Simon and Emily of The Lamp of Thoth formed Arkham Witch in 2008. They recorded a five-song demo that was very well received. After sharing a stage together in many different heavy metal outfits throughout the years, Aldo ‘Dodo’ Delarose, (of the legendary Maltese thrash band Manslaughter, and more recently Yorkshire thrash titans Let ‘em Burn!) and Johnny ‘The Demon’ Demaine were recruited so that the band could play live.
Pallbearer is a doom metal band from Little Rock, Arkansas. The band features two members of the psychedelic drone band Sports, as well as members of Soophie Nun Squad and Placid Eclipse. The current line-up is: Brett Campbell - Vocals/Guitar
Devin Holt - Guitar
Joseph D. Rowland - Bass
Mark Lierly - Drums Pallbearer released their debut album "Sorrow and Extinction" on February 21st 2012 via Profound Lore Records to much critical acclaim. Pallbearer's websites include: www.facebook.com/pallbearerdoom
Witch Mountain is a stoner/doom metal band formed in Portland, OR in 1997 by Rob Wrong (Iommi Stubbs, ex-M99) and Nate Carson (Point Line Plane, Two Ton Boa, Sunn O))) collaborator, etc). In 2000 the demo "Homegrown Doom" was released in Europe, and Dave Hoopaugh (Iommi Stubbs, Coma Void, Towers) was brought to be the bass player. Debut album Come the Mountain was released in 2001, selling its first printing in 2 months. A period of hibernation went into effect at 2002, mostly for family reasons.The band reunited and started touring again in 2005.
1) Necronomicon were formed in 1971 in Aachen, the Western part of Germany near the Belgium and Netherlands border. With an album title (Tips zum Selbtsmord) that means "How to Commit Suicide," Necronomicon's one album, from 1972, featured bleak progressive garage rock with long instrumental passages. With wailing acid guitar solos, dark organ swirls, and angst-ridden singing in German, Necronomicon has created a dark and powerful vision that blends psychedelic and progressive music with a proto-punk garage band sensibility.
There are at least three artists by this name:
1) A crust punk / thrash metal / doom metal band from England.
2) An old school melodic death metal band from Sweden.
3) A doom metal band from Italy. 1) The British Sacrilege was a female-fronted metal band from the Midlands region of England. Despite having played relatively few gigs during their existence, Sacrilege is today recognised as an important band...