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There are at least five bands called Warning.

1) Warning was a band formed in Harlow, Essex, England, UK, formed in 1994 by Patrick Walker and Stuart Springthorpe. They were notable for their slow, progressive, melodic, heavy and doom-laden sound; the idiosyncratic and poignant vocals of Patrick Walker; and his introspective, darkly confessional lyrical themes.

The band released two demo tapes, Revelation Looms in February 1996 and Blessed By The Sabbath in March 1997 which led them to gain underground metal press attention and label interest. Warning’s debut album The Strength To Dream was released in 1999 via The Miskatonic Foundation (owned and run by Richard M. Walker of Solstice). With this album Warning gained a cult status within doom metal circles, but they soon disbanded after their 2001 European tour with Jack Frost. They regrouped in 2004 to write new songs and to perform at The Doom Shall Rise festival (Germany) in 2005, and released a second album Watching From A Distance (also via The Miskatonic Foundation) in 2006 to wide acclaim.
Both albums were re-issued on CD in 2008 by the label Cyclone Empire, The Strength to Dream being re-packaged in new sleeve artwork. Similarly the albums were released by the Metal Supremacy label as gatefold double-vinyl editions limited to 500 copies each, 125 of each pressed on coloured vinyl.


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  • Servelius

    these guys make me sad to a point that i don't know if it's a good idea for me to listen to them.

    16 Jun 10:42pm Reply
  • Path2Nowhere

    I love this band because they sing about real shit.

    24 Mar 4:59am Reply
  • Wurzeltomte

    Does anybody has information about where I can get the Bridges EP (legaly or illegaly)?

    21 Mar 11:07am Reply
  • HenkeRock

    The one thing, to me, that stops Watching from a Distance to become one of the best doom metal experiences of all time is the horrible, horrible snaresound. Still amazing album though. I wished the drumsound from The Strength to Dream had been onto watching from a distance :)

    19 Mar 9:06pm Reply
  • Ariskapp9

    agreed @puddingish

    13 Feb 12:39am Reply
  • jonowev

    "The vocalist sounds like he belongs in a Disney musical" - what the actual fuck are you talking about. [3] I think drugs are likely to have played a part.

    19 Dec 2014 Reply
  • feargm

    "The vocalist sounds like he belongs in a Disney musical" - what the actual fuck are you talking about. [2]

    17 Nov 2014 Reply
  • MonstermanMFR

    Warning - Watching From A Distance Review: Follow us on facebook:

    28 Sep 2014 Reply
  • RobotPolarBear

    also, weltering being a misogynistic Brainbombs fan really doesn't surprise me in the slightest, lol

    26 Sep 2014 Reply
  • RobotPolarBear

    "The vocalist sounds like he belongs in a Disney musical" - what the actual fuck are you talking about

    26 Sep 2014 Reply
  • IAN3145

    this voice!!!

    21 Sep 2014 Reply
  • MaggiePN

    true, french Warning kicks ass!

    18 Sep 2014 Reply
  • lorryriff

    Warning is also a French hard rock band from the 80s ! Too last fm doesn't make any difference between the two ...........

    17 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Jureiko

    Why can the bodies fly - pretty hairraising lyrics despite the broken english. Also brilliant cover by Pungent Stench

    27 Aug 2014 Reply
  • tonyhibbertshoe

    Bridges absolutely sounds similar to Blindfold by Red House Painters

    18 Aug 2014 Reply
  • Worthless_Dream

    The vocalist sounds like he belongs in a Disney musical and the instruments don't get enough of a spotlight to shine because he never shuts the hell up. Other than that, it kinda reminds me of Reverend Bizarre which is, of course never a bad thing!

    20 Jul 2014 Reply
  • SzachLechistanu

    Possibly the saddest trad doom band?

    20 Jun 2014 Reply
  • MechaBarbarian

    While the Brittish Warning are amaing, I was wondering if anyone has any information about the German one? Like what their influences were, what they did before/after?

    21 Feb 2014 Reply
  • jonowev

    The doom band is incredible

    12 Feb 2014 Reply
  • ShredsofFlesh

    "Watching From a Distance" and "Faces" by the British Warning are amazing songs . Fuck off to the whining last fm users who don't understand their art .

    6 Feb 2014 Reply
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