Mourning Beloveth, an Irish death/doom metal band that creates long and slow songs with various vocal arrangements, began in winter 1992 but it wasn't until 1996 that they recorded their first, untitled, demo with Darren (vocals), Frank (guitar), Brian (bass), Tim (drums). Recorded in eight hours with Adrian Butler at the desk this demo contains two songs and is a raw indication of where Mourning Beloveth stands in the doom death scene today.
A band from Belgium
Raketkanon’s debutalbum brings some steaming noiserock with elements of the Melvins sludgy sound, Tomahawk’s experiment and the chaotic pyschedelia of the early Butthole Surfers.
All four members have a strong musical cv with vocalist Pieter Paul Devos having his other band Kapitan Korsakov, tomàn drummer Lode Vlaeminck switching here to bassynths, drummer Pieter De Wilde being active as well in Raveyards and guitarplayer Jef Verbeeck having a past in several extreme metalbands.
There are at least four artists with the name Grayscale: 1. An American indiepop group founded in 2005 and active through the present.
2. A Gothic metal band founded in Finland in 2000.
3. A trio of 8bit/chiptune ATARI musicians from Poland. See Grayscale Project instead.
4. A Hardcore band from Semarang, Indonesia, free download and listen their EP here 1. Brit-pop influenced rock with a New Wave kiss… a mashup of U2, The Psychedelic Furs, and Pink Floyd. Straight outta Cleveland.
Through a seven year history, Clagg have endured enormous challenges to emerge as one of Australia's leading doom and sludge bands. Building their sound upon a foundry of monstrous guitar riffs, a bludgeoning rhythm section and demonic vocals, Clagg have been persistent in spreading their evil word amid many setbacks. Following multiple line-up changes, Clagg are now at their most cohesive and crushing.
Following the release of the underrated Leaving (on Enemies List, home of Have A Nice Life) Planning For Burial has been sporadically popping up in live venues (sharing the stage with a wide breadth of musical compatriots from Chelsea Wolfe to Deafheaven while seeming out of place at none) along the east and west coasts and releasing a slew of EPs and splits over the last 3 years (all while writing and recording a mythical second album that has been dangled in front of his obsessive fans as coming soon for almost three years).
There is more than one artist with this name:
1) iOTA is an Australian musician making his name not only in music, but on stage. He arrived on the music scene in 1999 with his debut album "The Hip Bone Connection". Since then he has had two ARIA Award nominations and gone on to release three more albums and a renowned EP "Little Carlos". In 2006 iOTA took to the stage as Hedwig Robinson, the lead of the cult musical Hedwig & the Angry Inch.
1) death metal/deathcore band from Hungary. (ex-Dark Clouds)
The band was founded in 1996 by guitarist / songwriter Norbert Czetvitz. From the very beginning the quintet has been inspired by bands like Bolt Thrower, Entombed, Crowbar, etc. Lyrics deal with important issues of existence such as social problems or the relation of mankind and nature. 2) doom metal band from Spain. 3) Japanese Visual Kei band.
There are more artists using the name Ortega. 1) Every so often a band emerges as if from nowhere armed with a depth of song writing that is simply stunning. Enter Ortega… The seven piece from Cannock in the Midlands have been doing what bands do – learning their craft (both live and on record), becoming big names on the local circuit, selling out their first self-made demos and building up to their debut single through Co Star Entertainment set for release in late 2007.
This lastfm page represents 3 different bands called Rituals. The first band, RITUALS, hails from the dry, washed out deserts of Phoenix, Arizona featuring current members of HELLAS MOUNDS, this is a much more darker and doomier incarnation than HM, but stills holds on to some of the more atmospheric/traights of their other musical underpinnings. For fans of Loss, Batillus, Cult of Luna, Year of No Light, Dark Castle, Planks, Black Math Horsemen, Fall of Efrafa, North, Yob, ISIS, Rosetta, Unearthly Trance...
Serpentcult, a band featuring former members of Thee Plague of Gentlemen and Welkin, has a deal with Sweden's I Hate Records. Cozy (drums)
Michelle (vocals) They have a doom metal sound comparable to that of Thee Plague Of Gentlemen, but with clean female vocals, managing to retain an original style.