doomcult - End all life
Doom Metal From Netherlands
Doomcult is a band situated in the south of the Netherlands. Being part of the local band scene, the people behind doomcult have been active in all kinds of bands since 1998, playing all kinds of musical styles. Unfortunately, doomish and slow-paced music was never one of these styles. Now, with the birth of doomcult this has changed. The present recording, end all life, is a gathering of songs which together make a concept album about, well, the end of life. Parts of the songs date many years back, other parts and all arrangements date to 2015. The music of doomcult was to some extent inspired by the Peaceville three (Paradise Lost, Anathema and My Dying Bride), but also by many non-doom bands, like Urfaust. Lyrically, doomcult tries to stay away from the common themes of desperation and despair, building on a story about collusion, which offers the opportunity to add some more aggressive and misanthropic themes. With respect to the vocals, doomcult doesn’t use grunts, nor traditional clean vocals. In stead, doomcult uses harsh screaming and some growls. By doing so, doomcult intended to add some new thoughts to the genre. In total seven songs were recorded to make up the afore mentioned concept album. They are available on youtube. Underground music for underground people.
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