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Blessed Realm




UK - Disbanded.

Description

Traditional Doom

Formed in 1993 in Durham, initially and briefly under the name Tears, Blessed Realm were a four-piece (sometimes three-piece plus drum machine) outfit heavily influenced by The Obsessed, Cathedral and Black Sabbath, amongst others. During their almost ten-year career, they recorded several demos but an intended full-length album never materialised before the band split up.

Discography

Redemption (Demo)1995Self-releasedTape
Doomed At The Witchwood (Live Demo)1995Self-releasedTape
Chasing The Dragon (Demo)1996Self-releasedTape
Return To Zero (Demo)1998Self-releasedTape
Crawl (Demo)2000Self-releasedCDr
Doomography 1993 - 2002 (Compilation)2017At War With False NoiseCD

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Doomography 1993 - 2002 (Compilation) (2017)

Interviews

Interview with Blessed Realm (2017-09-24).

Misc

Although the band never re-formed, its members have since played together as Uncoffined, and have all remained active in the underground music scene.

In interview with us, founder member and vocalist, Kat Gillham - now with Winds Of Genocide, and a staff writer for Terrorizer and Iron Fist magazines - attributes much of Blessed Realm's abrupt and early demise to the stresses involved with her transition.

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