News Posts

Finnish funeral doom icons Shape of Despair released the 3rd track ‘Forfeit’ from their upcoming album ‘Return to the Void’!

The Finnish funeral doom legends of Skepticism announce an upcoming new album in celebration of their 30th anniversary. Check out the first track ‘Calla’!

Check out the full stream of the debut album of promising new funeral doom outfit Vouna!

Another batch of names that ramps up the anticipation for next year’s Brutal Assault!

Funeral doom inspired by the best of the Finnish doom scene, all the way from the States, brought to you by the label of Wolves In The Throne Room!

Album Reviews

“Trisagion” offers a grand spectacle of how modern atmospheric black metal and funeral doom can be effectively engaging and powerful when merged.

After six funeral paced years the grandmasters of Finnish funeral doom have returned to the crematorium with their sixth full length ‘Companion’. Out via their countrymen of Svart Records

Prepare to enter orbit around the cosmic doom of ‘Protosapien’, the third full length of Brazil’s Jupiterian.

The Swedish priests of The Funeral Orchestra have gathered after almost two decades for their second full length of doomed funerary rituals, ‘Negative Evocation Rites’, out on Nuclear War Now!.

From the land of the thousand lakes comes Sunken’s debut album’ ‘From Slow Sleep Like Death’, a gloomy collection of classic death doom, full of morose melodies.

Fans of Ahab can get their dose of nautical funeral doom at its best from with ‘Live Prey’, a recording of their performance on Germany’s Death Row Fest from 2017.

With ‘Alloy’ Svart Records continues its quest to make all of Skepticism’s back catalogue available again.

Five years after Profetus’ own funereal version of the four seasons, a new doomed treatise on the nature of time and mortality has been unearthed in ‘The Sadness of Time Passing’.

U.K. based funeral doom metal band Esoteric returns after long years of hiatus. Their newest, 7thalbum, ‘A Pyrrhic Existence’, is a mammoth coalescence of funeral doom, death metal and experimental elements from progressive metal.

“A Beacon in the Husk” is modern death metal of an eerie type. It is a complex record that requires time to assimilate its varied contents.