Tag Archive: Doom metal

Jun 03

Demon Lung – The Hundredth Name (2013)

If one were to dissect a Demon Lung they would come across many different elements during the autopsy process. Sludgy primordial ooze would be dripping through the expanse of the bronchial tree. The right and left inferior lobes would be filled with reverberation, once chugging and plugging back when they were breathing life. The intercostal …

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May 11

Howl – Bloodlines (2013)

You know, Howl is a great band. Full of Hell was actually a pretty good doom record, and I can only imagine how that translated live. However, their search for the almighty riff has taken quite a different turn this time around. There’s definitely less stoner metal here and more headbanging. It’s as if they …

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Mar 11

Death Wolf – II: Black Armoured Death (2013)

Sweden’s Death Wolf are back again with their second album II: Black Armoured Death. Technically speaking this would have been their fourth release, however their first two releases they went under another name Devils Whorehouse. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Dec 28

Miguel’s Top 15 Albums of 2012

  2012 indeed was a great year for metal music. Great bands returned to the spotlight, others put a great effort of make something creative and different. I had great difficulty making this list, it were many great records that were left out that I enjoyed over the course of this year, but i have …

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Oct 17

Southwest Terror Fest Featured Band: Our Daily Trespasses

The Southwest Terror Fest is a two-day festival covering the best of Arizona’s metal scene with some of the best bands from the underground playing in an intimate setting over two days in Tucson, AZ. The Age of Metal is partnering with the folks from The Southwest Terror Fest to give you a primer of …

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Oct 16

Southwest Terror Fest Featured Band: Rise of the Willing

The Southwest Terror Fest is a two-day festival covering the best of Arizona’s metal scene with some of the best bands from the underground playing in an intimate setting over two days in Tucson, AZ. The Age of Metal is partnering with the folks from The Southwest Terror Fest to give you a primer of …

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Oct 15

Southwest Terror Fest Featured Band: Methra

The Southwest Terror Fest is a two-day festival covering the best of Arizona’s metal scene with some of the best bands from the underground playing in an intimate setting over two days in Tucson, AZ. The Age of Metal is partnering with the folks from The Southwest Terror Fest to give you a primer of …

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Oct 12

Southwest Terror Fest Featured Band: Sons of Tonatiuh

The Southwest Terror Fest is a two-day festival covering the best of Arizona’s metal scene with some of the best bands from the underground playing in an intimate setting over two days in Tucson, AZ. The Age of Metal is partnering with the folks from The Southwest Terror Fest to give you a primer of …

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Oct 06

Southwest Terror Fest Featured Band: Bereft

The Southwest Terror Fest is a two-day festival covering the best of Arizona’s metal scene with some of the best bands from the underground playing in an intimate setting over two days in Tucson, AZ. The Age of Metal is partnering with the folks from The Southwest Terror Fest to give you a primer of …

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Sep 14

Aaron Aedy of Paradise Lost checked in with The Age Of Metal

  Paradise Lost is one of those bands that can take credit for being pioneers not only of one genre of metal, but two genres of metal. Doom and Gothic metal, both genres had their prime on the early 90’s and for both Paradise Lost had been highly influential. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Sep 11

The Age of Metal chats with Anders “Blakkheim” Nyström of Katatonia

For over 20 years Katatonia have evolved so much since their debut Dance of December Souls it is hard to believe that they are the same band. Right around the time of their third album Discouraged Ones, Katatonia begun to shape their sound as we now hear it. Each album after the next we see …

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