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post #671 of 1358 (permalink) Old 08-15-2012, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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post #672 of 1358 (permalink) Old 08-15-2012, 09:23 PM
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Yah Watching from a Distance is Good. I included it in the OP iirc.
I haven't look at the OP tbh, great, great stuff. some of my favorites in the list.

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Going to throw on that 40 Watt Sun album. Really liked that track asdf posted; can't believe I didn't know Patrick Walker had a new band. Embarrassed.
I know of the band only because i see it in a list of AOTY from a friend xD

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^^really liked the 40 watt sun album when it came but just havent got any staying power out of it at all (unlike WFAD), anyone else notice how much his vocals are starting to resemble bob mould? (not a bad thing).
Agree. Think the 40 Watt Sun is an album much more based on the vocals than WFAD, wich isn't bad at all, but i'm certanly more a riff guy.

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post #673 of 1358 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 04:47 AM
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Slabdragger's album Regress is well worth a listening. It's stoner doom, good touchstones would be Electric Wizard and Sleep, with a bit of influence from the likes of Torche, Eyehategod, Crowbar, and a couple of almost hardcore bits.

Probably the loudest live band I've ever seen, definitely run Dinosaur Jr close. If you like doom, I'd say to try them.
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Svart, listen to Warning, specially watching from a distance. Also Reverend Bizarre if you want real 70's doom, something in the sound of the classics like Trouble and pentagram

Also dont' get the critizing of Ethereal Mirror since most of the Doom is albums builds around the same riff. The epitome of this being the Drone.
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You seem to know your music, so I'll give those a listen.
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post #675 of 1358 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 09:02 AM
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^ yeah that first Rev Bizarre album would make my all time top 5 doom list, its that same 70s repetitve style doom but done just flawlessly right, everything is long and repetitive but never gets boring, their later albums aren't quite as good imo.
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No mentions for High On Fire? The band may be a progression from Matt Pike's work with Sleep but they still maintain much of the doom-fuzz element.


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post #677 of 1358 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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I've had the new High on Fire album for ages but haven't had a chance to listen. Will do ASAP.

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post #678 of 1358 (permalink) Old 08-16-2012, 05:36 PM
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The electronic section is missing some Tycho, fantastic stuff.



Lemaitre are current favourites of mine too -

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Tychoooo. Love me some Tycho.

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Yeah I've never heard Tycho before but I'm a fan of the song you posted.





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