This week we're taking a look at a personal favorite from one of Funeral Doom's longest sustaining bands!
Funeral Doom Friday
It’s the weekend! What better way to get it started than with the latest installment of “Funeral Doom Friday”. This…
The week's installment delves into the latest release from one of Finland's finest.
Symphonic/Avant-Garde Funeral Doom highlighted by the use of a church pipe organ from the Czech Republic.
Warning: May induce night terrors.
One of France's finest Funeral Doom bands is responsible for one of the genre's darkest albums.
The Vancouver neophytes have crafted one of the best pieces of Funeral Doom of 2016 thus far.
This week, I thought I would share with the first Funeral Doom album that turned me onto the genre.
This week, we're going into the not-so-distant past to revisit one of the best Funeral Doom albums of 2015 from the German, "Nautik" band, Ahab.
The founder of Weird Truth Records also makes some wonderful Doom.
This week's installment delves into the first album from one of California's former funereal powerhouses
The UK's preeminent Funereal talent is known for a strong blend of death and doom, take a look back on their biggest album to date.
This week's installment revisits one of the genre's most influential bands and their debut that spurned decades of inspiration to future bands.
The Parisians prove that seven (members) is the lucky number necessary to construct radiant doom displays.
This week's edition goes a bit of a different as we explore a brand new band blending funeral doom and atmospheric black metal.
Portugal's doomsayer is back with a new full-length album that provides a unique approach to Funeral Doom Metal.
The debut EP from Finland's ARCHE may only be two songs, but it carries the same crushing weight of a full-length album.
FUNERARY's debut was released in 2014 and re-released in 2015. Now it is being revisited in this week's edition of Funeral Doom Friday.
This week, Funeral Doom Friday takes a look at the most recent work from one of the genre's more pivotal bands.