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22nd Jul '16 11:06:23 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Barishi (also mathcore)
1st Jul '16 11:12:35 PM SelMelvins
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* UpToEleven: Sludge Metal is oft seen as being {{Grunge}}'s true successor (as opposed to PostGrunge) due to taking the original nihilistic, doomy punk-metal stylings of grunge and running with it all the way until it reach an utterly hateful, misanthropic, and ''ultra'' heavy sound.
16th Jun '16 4:08:30 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Music/{{Krux}} (a {{Supergroup}} comprised of members of Music/{{Candlemass}}, Music/{{Entombed}}, Music/{{Grave}} and YngwieMalmsteen's backing group -- they mostly sound like Music/{{Candlemass}})

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* Music/{{Krux}} (a {{Supergroup}} comprised of members of Music/{{Candlemass}}, Music/{{Entombed}}, Music/{{Grave}} and YngwieMalmsteen's Music/YngwieMalmsteen's backing group -- they mostly sound like Music/{{Candlemass}})
12th Jun '16 12:31:55 PM CassandraLeo
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* UrExample: Black Sabbath, if you consider them part of the genre. Blue Cheer is an even earlier example, though it's debatable whether they're even a metal band. Flower Travellin' Band is another one, but they're closer to being an UrExample of stoner rather than doom.

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* UrExample: Black Sabbath, if you consider them part of the genre. Blue Cheer is an even earlier example, though it's debatable whether they're even a metal band. Flower Travellin' Band is another one, but they're closer to being an UrExample of stoner rather than doom. Music/TheBeatles' song "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" from ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' also deserves a mention here.
6th May '16 10:57:37 AM aye_amber
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* Music/{{Nadja}}
6th May '16 10:16:40 AM aye_amber
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* Music/{{Corrupted}}
5th May '16 7:48:17 PM aye_amber
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* Music/FudgeTunnel
5th May '16 6:47:39 PM aye_amber
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* Music/MadeOutOfBabies
28th Apr '16 8:59:01 AM MostDangerousChair
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* Music/{{Swans}} (Sometimes they divert to this genre, though they are mainly experimental rock)
25th Apr '16 12:26:22 PM CassandraLeo
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Another form of doom, known as "post-metal" or "atmospheric sludge metal", combined sludge metal with PostRock. Certain post-metal bands, such as Isis, Neurosis and Pelican, have gained recognition in the metal scene, but this success has been met with backlash from [[FanDumb certain people]], who refer to it as "hipster metal" (and, for some reason, lump them in with Music/{{Mastodon}}, who are not a post-metal band despite taking influences from sludge metal). It is, however, debatable whether post-metal even qualifies as a doom metal subgenre (or even a metal subgenre at that), and most doom purists are likely to consider it as merely "heavy post-rock", claiming that these bands take very little influence from the doom style.

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Another form of doom, known as "post-metal" or "atmospheric sludge metal", combined sludge metal with PostRock. Certain post-metal bands, such as Isis, Neurosis Music/{{Isis}}, Music/{{Neurosis}}, Music/CultOfLuna, and Pelican, have gained recognition in the metal scene, but this success has been met with backlash from [[FanDumb certain people]], who refer to it as "hipster metal" (and, for some reason, lump them in with Music/{{Mastodon}}, who are not a post-metal band despite taking influences from sludge metal). It is, however, debatable whether post-metal even qualifies as a doom metal subgenre (or even a metal subgenre at that), and most doom purists are likely to consider it as merely "heavy post-rock", claiming that these bands take very little influence from the doom style.
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