#3
I is a huge fan of Stephen O'Malley.
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#4
Quote by Xanthippus
I still don't buy that this stuff is metal.

same. that first song was too poppy sounding. I prefer stoner doom myself.
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#6
I prefer sludge more than doom.. kinda like the Melvins. I guess you can consider them sorta doom.
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#9
If by Drone Doom, you mean shitty excuses for "music" like Sunn O))), then no, I don't like Drone Doom.

If you are gay enough to want to imagine yourself being tortured and crushed under one everlasting and mindfuckingly boring distorted note, then go ahead, but it's not for me.



Plus, the stuff you posted is poppy. The tr00est of doom is Candlemass's debut album.
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#10
Quote by darkstar2466
If by Drone Doom, you mean shitty excuses for "music" like Sunn O))), then no, I don't like Drone Doom.

If you are gay enough to want to imagine yourself being tortured and crushed under one everlasting and mindfuckingly boring distorted note, then go ahead, but it's not for me.



Plus, the stuff you posted is poppy. The tr00est of doom is Candlemass's debut album.

oh wait now its poppy so I don`t like it anymore (<----sarcasm)
BTW this ain`t Doom metal but DRONE DOOM (WHICH IS A GENRE!!!!!!! for those who don`t get it)
And yes I like to torture myself with this music..........cause I like it
#12
Calling it Drone Doom is implying that it is a branch/sub-genre of Doom metal. The sound of Drone "Doom" has very little resemblance to Doom metal.
#13
Quote by Xanthippus
Then take it to a drone doom genre forum. This forum is for metal.

Drone Doom is a sub-genre from doom metal
#14
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BTW this ain`t Doom metal but DRONE DOOM (WHICH IS A GENRE!!!!!!! for those who don`t get it)


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Drone Doom is a sub-genre from doom metal

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#15
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Drone Doom is a sub-genre from doom metal


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#16
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Drone Doom is as valid a genre as discocore.
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#17
Quote by darkstar2466


Drone Doom is as valid a genre as discocore.


Even though it does have a distinctive sound
#19
It's pretty much like metalcore, really. Some bands are more on the drone side, some are more on the doom side. Khanate are definitely a metal band, Earth are arguable.
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#20
Quote by dead-fish
It's pretty much like metalcore, really. Some bands are more on the drone side, some are more on the doom side. Khanate are definitely a metal band, Earth are arguable.


Indeed. I'm a big drone fan but I don't really consider it metal, just a fusion of metal and post-rock
#21
Quote by UncleCthulhu
Indeed. I'm a big drone fan but I don't really consider it metal, just a fusion of metal and post-rock

true
#22
Drone is noise

Noise came way before post-rock/post-metal/post-whatever

Drone is not doom

Drone is barely even metal


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#23
Quote by Kepulix
Drone is noise

Noise came way before post-rock/post-metal/post-whatever

Drone is not doom

Drone is barely even metal


This is basically what I was trying to get at.
#24
Case closed!

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