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Witch Mountain




USA - Active.

Description

Traditional Doom

Witch Mountain, from Portland, Oregon, was originally a trio, making use of clean and punkish plus guest female vocals. Early work combined riffing, downtuned Doom with a number of influences including punk and "math" rock - lots of time and tempo changes. Following a split and reformation, their 2011 'South Of Salem' album represented a more polished sound, showcasing the exceptional voice of new full-time vocalist Uta Plotkin. Plotkin was replaced by Kayla Dixon in 2015, along with new bassist Justin Brown, joining remaining founder members Nathan Carson (drums) and Rob Wrong (guitars/ex-vocals).

Discography

Homegrown Doom EP2000Rage of AchillesCD
Come the Mountain2001Rage of AchillesCD
South of Salem2011Mountastic RecordsCD
Cauldron of the Wild2012Profound Lore RecordsCD
Witch Mountain EP2012Scion Audio/VisualDigital
Mobile Of Angels2014Profound Lore RecordsCD
Burn You Down (Single)2016Mountastic Records12"
Midnight (Single)2017Self-releasedDigital
Witch Mountain2018Self-releasedDigital

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Homegrown Doom EP (2000)
Come the Mountain (2001)
Cauldron of the Wild (2012)
Witch Mountain (2018)

Misc

'Come the Mountain' also features the strong vocals of Lost Goat's Erica Stolz. The new edition of this album features extra tracks originally intended for a video game which was never released. Witch Mountain released this version on their own imprint, Mountastic.

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