Doom with melodic vocals?



Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby behndy » Fri Jul 24, 2015 10:33 pm

oh jia. i KNOW The Wolfe. she's playing in my hood in a few months. EXCITED.

bought some Acid King and Marriages. really good shtuff.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby willypilgrim » Sat Jul 25, 2015 1:53 pm

my new band is in this lane. doom / heavy psych / noise on the music front, but the vocals are sparsely used heavily effected female vocals (verbs, delays, hardtuning, etc). primary vocal influences for aesthetic are more in the polica / panda bear "so much effects you can't tell what's being said" school.

i love doom, but something like 80% of the doom bands i hear I can't stand the vocals, so much cheesedick going on. one of the main reasons I love bongripper so much, 0 vocals.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby mmurphy1000 » Sat Jul 25, 2015 1:57 pm

D.o.S. wrote:I uh, can't get into Windhand. I tried. I will try again.

Also, Second Grave is an ILF doom band with lady vox.

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https://secondgrave.bandcamp.com/


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for weird hypnotic/psychedelic/folk/doom/ with female vocals I've been getting into Espers.
I read a review that called them a mix of Black Sabbath, Pentangle and the soundtrack from (the original) Wicker Man. so I immediately bought an album.
it's definitely weird and out there...lots of really cool stuff you only hear on headphones too.

https://youtu.be/Q8J7HfFn6QY
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby behndy » Sat Jul 25, 2015 2:23 pm

Second Grave was niiiiiice. good sruff homie!
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby ShimaTetsuo » Sat Jul 25, 2015 3:20 pm

Jex Thoth. Blood Ceremony and All Them Witches too though they fit better in the hardrock/blues category rather than straight up doom.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby SquareWaveFuzz » Sat Jul 25, 2015 3:33 pm



Played a show with these guys a couple of months ago.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby neonblack » Sat Jul 25, 2015 6:06 pm

ShimaTetsuo wrote:Jex Thoth. Blood Ceremony and All Them Witches too though they fit better in the hardrock/blues category rather than straight up doom.


All Them Witches kick ass. Definitely more doomy blues than anything. THOSE TONES THOUGH
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby grygrx » Sat Jul 25, 2015 6:11 pm

I'm hanging on to this thread as there are a handful of bands here I know I like! Can't wait to listen to the rest.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby archlilim » Sat Jul 25, 2015 8:32 pm

No one mentioned Subrosa? Violins, three women at the helm, heavy as hell.



Also Brume is local to me and very Acid King/Windhand adjacent: https://brumesf.bandcamp.com/releases
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby tremolo3 » Sun Jul 26, 2015 3:07 am

More like a stoned nirvana and they will bore you very quickly:







Not the trve doomiest shit out there but they can get doomy sometimes.




And obviously Jesu worth a mention.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby goosekevin » Mon Jul 27, 2015 5:56 am

ooh in for more results
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby Iommic Pope » Mon Jul 27, 2015 6:35 am

D.o.S. wrote:I uh, can't get into Windhand. I tried. I will try again.


Given your penchant for Acid King, I'd suggest starting with this track:

It is probably as close to that sort of "thing" as they get.

mmurphy1000 wrote:
for weird hypnotic/psychedelic/folk/doom/ with female vocals I've been getting into Espers.
I read a review that called them a mix of Black Sabbath, Pentangle and the soundtrack from (the original) Wicker Man. so I immediately bought an album.
it's definitely weird and out there...lots of really cool stuff you only hear on headphones too.

https://youtu.be/Q8J7HfFn6QY


Checking this out now.

archlilim wrote:No one mentioned Subrosa? Violins, three women at the helm, heavy as hell.



Also Brume is local to me and very Acid King/Windhand adjacent: https://brumesf.bandcamp.com/releases


I dig Subrosa.

Also, maybe not entirely doomy, but a bit more dark stonery are these guys:

I was spruiking them a while ago, love this stuff.
It's like a (somehow) darker and sadder Mazzy Star.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby moose23 » Mon Jul 27, 2015 6:50 am

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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby archlilim » Tue Jul 28, 2015 1:37 am

Oh yeah Warning and 40 Watt Sun.
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Re: Doom with melodic vocals?

Postby D.o.S. » Tue Jul 28, 2015 10:00 am

Iommic Pope wrote:
D.o.S. wrote:I uh, can't get into Windhand. I tried. I will try again.


Given your penchant for Acid King, I'd suggest starting with this track:

It is probably as close to that sort of "thing" as they get.



OOOH. :!!!:

Reminds me more of The Wiz than AK, but what the fuck ever. this is righteous.
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