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Who Dies In Siberian Slush




Russia - Active.

Description

Funeral Doom, Death/Doom

Founded by E.S. in April 2003, originally as a solo project, Who Dies In Siberian Slush (WDISS) became a full band in 2008, and can be considered the style founders of Russian Funeral Death Doom.

The band describe their sound as "drawing inspiration for their creativity from Russian culture and making their music absolutely Russian in spirit. This is the deathly grief of funeral doom metal, sounding like a last long farewell, painted in agonizing colors by the sounds of a flute and a trombone".

Their Funeral-paced Death/Doom displays a very melodic, and at times even gentle, side, set off against cavernous growls that can make for an unsettling and compelling contrast to the complex and often delicate multi-instrument arrangements.

Discography

Who Dies In Siberian Slush (Demo)2004Self-released
Blood Pressure (Demo)2007Self-released
Rehearsal (Demo)2009Self-released
Bitterness Of The Years That Are Lost2010Solitude Productions
four fragments of fading life (Split with Ego Depths)2011MFL Records
We Have Been Dead Since Long Ago2012Solitude Productions
The Symmetry of Grief (Split with My Shameful)2014MFL Records
Bitterness Of The Years That Are Lost (Re-recording)2017MFL/Solitude/FZL
Intimate Death Experience2018Frozen Light

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Reviews

Bitterness Of The Years That Are Lost (2010)
We Have Been Dead Since Long Ago (2012)
Bitterness Of The Years That Are Lost (Re-recording) (2017)
Intimate Death Experience (2018)

Interviews

Interview with Who Dies In Siberian Slush (2019-06-20).

Misc

WDISS are also known for being the first Russian Funeral Death Doom band to be released on vinyl. Their 'Bitterness of the Years That Are Lost', originally released in 2010, was completely re-recorded six years later and published in 2017 as a limited edition high-quality 12" gatefold LP.

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