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Goddamnit. Only because I happen to be online (for once) and I don't think I'm doing anything tonight...

Let me go over my list and see if it's changed any.
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Goddamnit. Only because I happen to be online (for once) and I don't think I'm doing anything tonight...

Let me go over my list and see if it's changed any.
Cool, can we expect the post by mid February then?
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17. Reverend Bizarre - II: Crush the Insects
Traditional Doom
2005

1. Doom Over the World
2. The Devil Rides Out
3. Cromwell
4. Slave of Satan
5. Council of Ten
6. By This Axe I Rule!
7. Eternal Forest
8. Fucking Wizard

Reverend Bizarre is definitely not for everybody. Getting into them can be a challenge, but it's well worth it. Basically, they took the fundamentals of traditional doom laid down by bands like Sabbath, Pentagram, Pagan Altar, Black Sabbath, ect. and made it twice as heavy and three times as slow. The Reverend is all about long, drawn out, emotional songs, and are without a doubt one of the greatest newer traditional doom bands. Unfortunately they broke up after releasing three albums and tons of splits and EPs.

Doom Over the World
Cromwell
By This Axe I Rule!
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16. Corrosion of Conformity - Deliverance
Stoner Metal
1994

In my opinion, this is one of the finest albums ever made. It's more of a rock album than anything, but the stoner elements are definitely there. The bands former hardcore punk sounds are present throughout the album as well. Pepper Keenan's sludgy grooves and soulful vocals take this album all over the place. Albatross, Clean My Wounds, Seven Days, and Deliverance are drinking anthems. CoC is a weird band, who's experimented with many different styles over the years, and never really put anything out that's that bad, but in my opinion this is their best work.

1. Heaven's Not Overflowing
2. Albatross
3. Clean My Wounds
4. Without Wings
5. Senor Limpio
6. Broken Man
7. Mana de Mono
8. Seven Days
9. #2121313
10. My Grain
11. Deliverance
12. Shake Like You
13. Shelter
14. Pearls Before Swine

Albatross
Seven Days
Deliverance
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16. Corrosion of Conformity - Deliverance
Stoner Metal
1994

In my opinion, this is one of the finest albums ever made. It's more of a rock album than anything, but the stoner elements are definitely there. The bands former hardcore punk sounds are present throughout the album as well. Pepper Keenan's sludgy grooves and soulful vocals take this album all over the place. Albatross, Clean My Wounds, Seven Days, and Deliverance are drinking anthems. CoC is a weird band, who's experimented with many different styles over the years, and never really put anything out that's that bad, but in my opinion this is their best work.

1. Heaven's Not Overflowing
2. Albatross
3. Clean My Wounds
4. Without Wings
5. Senor Limpio
6. Broken Man
7. Mana de Mono
8. Seven Days
9. #2121313
10. My Grain
11. Deliverance
12. Shake Like You
13. Shelter
14. Pearls Before Swine

Albatross
Seven Days
Deliverance
One of my favorite albums of all time
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17. Reverend Bizarre - II: Crush the Insects
Traditional Doom
2005

1. Doom Over the World
2. The Devil Rides Out
3. Cromwell
4. Slave of Satan
5. Council of Ten
6. By This Axe I Rule!
7. Eternal Forest
8. Fucking Wizard

Reverend Bizarre is definitely not for everybody. Getting into them can be a challenge, but it's well worth it. Basically, they took the fundamentals of traditional doom laid down by bands like Sabbath, Pentagram, Pagan Altar, Black Sabbath, ect. and made it twice as heavy and three times as slow. The Reverend is all about long, drawn out, emotional songs, and are without a doubt one of the greatest newer traditional doom bands. Unfortunately they broke up after releasing three albums and tons of splits and EPs.

Doom Over the World
Cromwell
By This Axe I Rule!
awesome cd
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Just givin' ya shit for being a drag all the time.

Seriously though, I don't really like the new 'traditional doom' that's out these days, I'd rather listen to the classic stuff. They just don't grab my attention, I guess. You seem to be more a fan of that kind of style as opposed to alot of the stuff that I really like.
I'm not more of a fan of the new stuff compared to the old stuff, per se. I just keep moving forward, not backward, if you see what I mean. If most people listened to Cathedral, Reverend Bizarre and Candlemass as much as me they'd get bored with them real quick, trust me
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17. Reverend Bizarre - II: Crush the Insects
Traditional Doom
2005

1. Doom Over the World
2. The Devil Rides Out
3. Cromwell
4. Slave of Satan
5. Council of Ten
6. By This Axe I Rule!
7. Eternal Forest
8. Fucking Wizard

Reverend Bizarre is definitely not for everybody. Getting into them can be a challenge, but it's well worth it. Basically, they took the fundamentals of traditional doom laid down by bands like Sabbath, Pentagram, Pagan Altar, Black Sabbath, ect. and made it twice as heavy and three times as slow. The Reverend is all about long, drawn out, emotional songs, and are without a doubt one of the greatest newer traditional doom bands. Unfortunately they broke up after releasing three albums and tons of splits and EPs.

Doom Over the World
Cromwell
By This Axe I Rule!
Awesome album, but oddly my favourite Reverend album is the double-CD rarities one
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Awesome album, but oddly my favourite Reverend album is the double-CD rarities one
Reverend Bizarre is a strange band. They're basically hit and miss at the same with everything. You really have to be in the mood to listen to them. I still haven't heard III, but it does seem like alot of their really good material wasn't actually released on their full length albums. For example, the EP "Return to the Rectory" (if you want to call it an EP, it's like an hour long), is also one of my favorites by them.
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