"Darkness, cold and melancholia. These three words can define the music of Green Carnation. As you can see from the line up the guitar player is Tchort ( Carpathian Forest, Formed Emperor and Satyricon) so many of you might be happy right now.
Wow! How did this band escape my attention? The Wounded Kings are an English doom metal band that apparently have been around for awhile. They have declared Visions In Bone to be their final album.
"Originally named "R.I.P." and being a part of the scene since the late 80s, it was not until the mid 90s, and after various lineup changes, that Northwinds started to release their first demos.
First studio album with Ozzy in decades. The music harkens back to the early period of the band. Slow moving and of course those devastating Iommi riffs are all over the place. Ozzy? Ehh....errmmmm....ummmm...he sounds ok actually.
"CANDLEMASS are back to celebrate 30 years of Doom with a brand new EP! The special anniversary release named Death Thy Lover features four studiotracks with Mats Levén on vocals.
Two tracks on this limited edition (500 copies) EP from this weird cult doom metal band from Finland. The band purports to be members or founders of a religion. The music features female/male lead vocals with an ethereal backdrop of dirge like music that has an almost hypnotic effect.
The live collection Past Lives, originally released in 2002 but long out-of-print, will also be reissued for the first time as a 2-CD set.
The group’s third album, Master of Reality, arrived in 1971 and introduced fans to essential Sabbath tracks like “Sweet Leaf” and “Into The Void.” The deluxe edition builds on that legendary album with versions of “Children Of The Grave” and “Sweet Leaf” that have different lyrics.
Paranoid has gone on to be certified 4x platinum. Available for the first time on CD. the deluxe edition features phenomenal instrumental takes on “War Pigs,” “Iron Man” and more, along with versions of “Paranoid” and “Planet Caravan” with alternate lyrics.
Black Sabbath includes studio outtakes from the 1969 sessions for the album, including alternate versions of “Black Sabbath” and “N.I.B.,” as well two versions of the UK single “Evil Woman (Don’t Play Games With Me).” Available for the first time on CD.