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Cirith Ungol is a Californian band who formed in 1972 and split up in May 1992. They reformed in 2016. They drew influences from other metal groups such as Black Sabbath and Thin Lizzy, as well as Iggy and the Stooges. Their first album, "Frost and Fire", was closer to a hybrid between 1970s hard rock and metal with songs written by then bassist/guitarist Greg Lindstrom and drummer Robert Garven, but from "King of… read more

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  • Avatar for cookedbacon
    epic riffs and vocals
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  • Avatar for dragonuts
    Holy shit
  • Avatar for CryForTheWeeper
    Cirith Ungol i back! Fu*k Yeah!
  • Avatar for metalkillthekin
    King of the Dead!
  • Avatar for L57NT
    "Doomy" is defined by traditional 70s and 80s doom, and this is as it should be. Furthermore I'd say a lot of modern "doom" metal is too far from original sound and aesthetics to be described as doom.
  • Avatar for Vipey
    vv Agreed with this. @necrophant, I would definitely relate this band more to the 70s doom.
  • Avatar for Pheneks
    Yeah, original proto-doom was a lot less doom-y than modern doom metal.
  • Avatar for Necrophant
    wat? they have doom riffs all over the place. or you could say doom bands have 70s riffs all over the place, but still the similarities should be quite obvious.
  • Avatar for Vipey
    Heavy metal with prog influences done right. King of the Dead is a classic! I don't really hear any kind of 'doom' sound here at all.

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