doom-death

Five Doom Classics that Evaded Our Yearbook: 1995 Issue’s Top 40 Albums of the Year List

June 16, 2020

Decibel dives deep beyond the Peaceville Three with this death/doom addendum to our our new Decibel Yearbook: 1995 issue.

Track Premiere: Pulchra Morte – “Knife of the Will”

February 3, 2020

Hear the first single off the impending new album from Stateside doom-deathbearers Pulchra Morte.

Temple of Void to Release “Ravenous Eyes in the Distance” Via the Decibel Flexi Series!

January 3, 2020

Get your deluxe Decibel subscription by Monday, January 6 to obtain this HIGHLY LIMITED flexi disc single from death-doom dealers Temple of Void.

Track Premiere: Evadne – “Colossal”

November 20, 2019

Spanish doom-death gloomcasters Evadne unveil “Colossal” from the band’s titanic upcoming Dethroned of our Souls compilation.

An Interview with Pulchra Morte

January 17, 2019

A few weeks ago, we briefly introduced you to new doom-death brightlights, Pulchra Morte. Check out our full interview with the band.

Track Premiere: On Thorns I Lay – ‘Olethros (PT. II)’

January 30, 2018

Greek death/doom troupe continues their atmospheric evolution on album #8.

Dream Death – “Journey Into Mystery”

October 20, 2017

The late ’80s were a heady time for the burgeoning extreme metal scene, although not every band that released a great record received its just compensation. Such was the case for Pittsburgh’s doom-death pioneers, Dream Death. Following in the lumbering and massive footsteps of bands like Trouble, Pentagram and Celtic Frost, Dream Death appeared right…

Demo:listen: Drenched

September 8, 2017

On this week’s Demo:listen it’s a slow and heavy clobbering from Illinois’ Drenched.

Rank and Defile: Greg Mackintosh Orders Paradise Lost’s Records

September 1, 2017

To celebrate the release of the doom legends’ 15th album, Medusa, Paradise Lost’s founder ranks their first 14 LPs.

Drop Everything and Listen to Loss’ “The Joy of All Who Sorrow”

April 18, 2017

Lie down on the floor, close your eyes, and come to know the “The Joy of All Who Sorrow.” Today we bring you an exclusive premiere of the opening track from Horizonless, the highly anticipated sophomore album from Nashville-based doom-death titans, Loss.

The Lazarus Pit: Celestial Season’s ‘Solar Lovers’

August 19, 2011

Welcome to The Lazarus Pit, a biweekly look at should-be classic metal records that don’t get nearly enough love, stuff that’s essential listening for students of extreme metal that you’ve probably never heard of.  Stuff that we’re too lazy to track down the band members to do a Hall of Fame for.  This week, we…