28 Nov 2014, 15:37 by Gounouman_hl
18 Aug 2013, 14:42 by NecroZedThis doesn't include the classical and jazz concerts, for no reason other than that I forgot and can't be bothered to renumber everything. A * denotes a band I played in.
1 16/09/96 Jethro Tull -Sands Centre, Carlisle
2 14/02/97 Suede + Mansun + Raissa -Sands Centre, Carlisle
3 31/10/99 The Stranglers + Schindler - Sands Centre, Carlisle
4 28/05/00 The Australian Pink Floyd - Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
5 15/07/00 Alice Cooper + 1 -City Hall, Newcastle
6 19/07/00 Unknown Canadian bands -A field, Port Colborne
7 08/09/00 Mel C + Tom Cat- Sands Centre, Carlisle
8 27/09/00 Space + Shed 7 + The Bluetones + Animalhouse - Millennium Dome,London
9 28/09/00 Bucks Fizz - The Venue, Canterbury
10 28/10/00 Some industrial band - Slimelight, London
11 09/01/01 Nearvana - The Venue, Canterbury
12 ??/01/01 Some UKC bands - Keynes JCR, Canterbury
13 18/01/01 The Eighties Experience - The Venue, Canterbury
14 20/02/01 Some death metal bands - Studio 41, Canterbury
16 Dec 2012, 20:46 by funeraldoomerThis year brought us a lot of good extreme doom metal albums. However, there were fewer good traditional and epic doom albums. Here is my list :
Evoken - Atra Mors
This is the best doom metal album of this year, in my opinion. And their best do far. Well balanced mix of bleakness and despair, dark/brutal and melodic/epic passages.
Inborn Suffering - Regression to Nothingness
Their sophomore release is much more mature than debut. Better song writing, better vocals, better production, much complex songs with many layers. Unfortunately this was their last since they disbanded recently. Shame, they were one of my favorite death/doom bands.
Daylight Dies - A Frail Becoming
The best melodic death/doom album of the year. Good as previous 2 albums, if not even better. Very melancholic, melodic and catchy!
9 Aug 2012, 14:11 by HiroakiP#
** 40 Watt Sun
*** (2011) The Inside Room
*** (2001) 5ive
*** (2001) The Telestic Disfracture
*** (2001) Versus
*** (2008) Hesperus
*** (2001) A Story in White
*** (2001) Sleep and Release
*** (2006) Seclusion
*** (2007) My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not Go
*** (1999) Pale Folklore
*** (2002) The Mantle
*** (2006) Ashes Against the Grain
*** (2007) Souvenirs d'un autre Monde
*** (2012) Les Voyages De L'Âme
*** (2006) The Call of the Wretched Sea
** Alice in Chains
*** (1990) Facelift
*** (1992) Dirt
*** (1995) Alice in Chains
** Amon Amarth
*** (2002) Versus The World (Shit sells, but who is buying?)
*** (1994) Tales From the Thousand Lakes
*** (1996) Elegy
*** (1992) Crestfallen EP
*** (1993) Serenades
*** (1995) Pentecost III
*** (1995) The Silent Enigma
*** (1996) Eternity
*** (1998) Alternative 4
*** (1999) Judgement
3 Feb 2012, 18:18 by DetoxScissionTo keep up to date, add us on Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/pages/For-Funerals-To-Come-Doom-Metal-Compilation-Headquarters/232132376894095
That's right, i'm still here!
With the popularity of my two previous different sets of compilations, I decided to take a chance on a third, but directed towards a much smaller audience. That's right, it's time to shine the spotlight on the doomsters! To my complete surprise, the 'Buried In The North' set I built for 'Old School' Canadian Death Metal has been well received and has accumulated over 150 downloads (That's good for me with the lack of promotion that I actually do). That was actually my secondary build as my first sets (Which are actually still growing and up to Volume 10 as of this writing) were the dreaded Nu/Alternative Metal area. Yeah, that's right... I LIKE that type of music. Deal with it! But that had a good level of popularity too, as the first 5 volumes of those sets accumulated over 200 downloads each and the later volumes are starting to pick up speed as well. …
8 Sep 2011, 09:03 by HiroakiP
26 May 2010, 07:15 by ArrTheMesiaKeep it update sometimes...
It looks like a some other compilation of Atmospheric / Depressive Black Metal, Funeral Doom, some Death Doom and simply interesting bands like An Autumn for Crippled Children or Void of Silence.
I think It could be possible that for someone few this "Journal" will seems helpful...
I stopped to add any groups in the spring of 2011.
By the way, I have listened all these bands and I have the favorite song from each of them, you can see it in my playlists, thanks.
A Cloud in Circle
A Forest of Stars
All The Cold
An Autumn for Crippled Children
Angra Mainyu (Germany)
Benighted in Sodom
30 Jun 2009, 16:56 by milas_lacrymosaThe idea is to go to the page of your number one artist, and follow the link of it's number one similar artist, then repeating that for this artist and so on, noting down each artist as you go. Do this until you've got to 50 artists (not including your number one). If you get any repeats, just go to the second similar artist or the nearest one that you haven't already had.
1. Tarja Turunen
3. After Forever
8. Visions of Atlantis
11. Erben der Schöpfung
14. Forever Slave
16. Aesma Daeva
18. Trail of Tears
19. The Sins of Thy Beloved
23. Shape of Despair
26. Mournful Congregation
27. Longing for Dawn
35. Mourning Beloveth
27 Apr 2008, 16:31 by 399796kmsA Guide to Doom-Metal Part III: Funeral Doom
We arrive at the third part in my guides to Doom by examining the bleak genre of Funeral Doom. As I hinted at in my previous guide, I think the term is too freely thrown around. With every mediocre bedroom project and every Doom Death band claiming that label, or at least having it tagged upon them. So what makes Funeral Doom? I hear many calling it "ultra slow doom metal", well, name me one genre of Doom that isn't reliant on slowed-down tempos. No, it isn't just tempo, but a sense of bleak nihilism. Which largely, but not strictly, means no beautiful keyboard melodies or romantic violin leads. Funeral Doom must fill you with anxiety and a hopeless despair. It relies on that nebulous and subjective element called atmosphere, which I thirst for so much. Now that my subjective definition has been established, onward doomed friends!
Thergothon: Arguably the fathers of the subgenre. …
4 Jan 2008, 23:39 by burdenofhopeDue to time problems and me not wanting to post a detailed list like back in the day, here a simple Top 40.
Edit: I checked the list again and found out, that some remarkable releases are missing, for example: Baroness, World's End Girlfriend, Aesop Rock, Clint Mansell, Prefuse 73, Atavist And Nadja ..
01. Fear Falls Burning - Once We All Walk Through Solid Objects
02. Neurosis - Given To The Rising
03. Eluvium - Copia
04. Coliseum - No Salvation
05. Last Days of Humanity - Rest In Gore(bamm)
06. Stars of the Lid - And Their Refinement Of The Decline
07. Cephalic Carnage - Xenosapien
08. Dälek - Abandoned Language
09. Crippled Black Phoenix - A Love Of Shared Desasters
10. Grails - Burning Off Impurities
11. Explosions in the Sky - All Of A Sudden, I Miss Everyone
12. Minsk - The Ritual Fires Of Abandonment
13. Pig Destroyer - Phantom Limb
14. Gnaw Their Tongues - Reeking Pain And Shuddering
15. Vomitory - Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize