Finland's long-standing reign as funerary kings owes a lot to Riihimäki's COLOSSEUM
Funeral Doom Friday
"Cosmic Funerary Drone" done with the greatest of skill.
This week is one of the more chilling installments this column has seen, thanks to this English solo act.
Georgia sludge slowed to a droning crawl.
Funeral Doom Friday: FUNERAL MOURNING's Blackened, Deadly Inertia of Dissonance (A Sermon in Finality)
From the sunny coasts of Eastern Australia comes a dark, icy blast of Funeral Doom.
The London-based Death Doom/Funeral Doom quintet has released one of the year's deepest and most emotional albums.
China has produced a blazing brand of Funeral Doom that is truly captivating.
The first year of Migration Fest was an outstanding success filled with great music and even greater people.
Their catalog is small, but the Olympia-based Funeral Doom band shows promise for the future. Check them out ahead of their appearance at Migration Fest!
Funeral Doom Friday: Purchase Kostas Panagiotou's Chapters EP to Directly Support the New PANTHEIST Album!
A new Pantheist album is in the works, and you can help make it a possibility.
Is Doom Metal really Doom without the guitars? Funebrüm makes you consider that possibility.
A blast of Irish dread and despair to kick off your weekend.
An emerging artist from Germany returns with a new offering of lament.
Funeral Doom Friday: Celebrate Independence Day with A Playlist Full of American Funeral Doom Bands!
Fireworks and funeral pyre of a playlist for the three-day weekend.
A funerary vibe from Belgium's Blackened Drone/Doom force.
Funeral Doom Friday: SUBTERRANEAN DISPOSITION's Captivating Contagiuum and the Landscapes of Failure
This week features a marvelous album that tip-toes between Funeral Doom, Death-Doom, and Experimental Metal.
It’s the weekend! What better way to get it started than with the latest installment of “Funeral Doom Friday”. This…
From the icy expanses of Russia comes this week's newest installment.
Remembering a great musician by revisiting one of his standout works. Rest in peace, Adrian.