home
bands
news
reviews
interviews
intros
forum
radio
staff
about
rrules
contact
merch

Album of the Month


The debut full-length from Greek band Automaton is weighty, sludgy, coffin-lid-slamming Doom perfection.
(Read more)



Random band


Modern, melodic mid-tempo doom with clean vocals and growled vocals. The band sometimes classical instruments. The bands primary style was doom with bits of dea...
(read more)


Beyond Dawn




Norway - Active.

Description

Avantgarde Doom

A truly bizarre and avant-garde band from Norway. Beyond Dawn initially played an unorthodox and ambiguous kind of death/doom metal, eventually pursuing a dark electronic trip-hop direction. Their first full-length album, Pity Love, is perhaps their most well-known work, consisting of eerie blackened doom mixed with heavy gothic rock influences (especially in the weepy clean vocals), and predominant use of the trombone! Fans of Anathema's Pentecost III-era and The 3rd and the Mortal's more experimental works may be able to get into this.

Discography

Tales From An Extinguished World1990None
Heaven's Dark Reflection1991None
Up Through The Linear Shades1993Adipocere
Longing For Scarlet Days1994Adipocere
Thorns In The Eye Of The Chosen1994None
Pity Love1995Adipocere
Unofficial promo1996None
Revelry1998Misanthropy
In Reverie1999Eibon
Electric Sulking Machine1999Peaceville
Frysh2003Peaceville
Dawn2003Painiac
We're Down with Species of Any Kind2005Duplicate Records

Contact




Reviews

Pity Love (1995)
Electric Sulking Machine (1999)
Frysh (2003)

ForeverAutumnHowls
Advertise your band, label or distro on doom-metal.com

nulll