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24th Nov '16 7:57:26 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Khemmis



As described above, this is what happens when sludge metal is fused with post-rock (and, depending on the band, possibly also shoegaze or country). Also known as "atmospheric sludge metal". The term "post-metal" is sometimes (though less frequently) used as a much broader term for metal bands with post-rock tendencies, eg. Sunn O))), Agalloch and Wolves in the Throne Room.\\

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As described above, this is what happens when sludge metal is fused with post-rock (and, depending on the band, possibly also shoegaze or country). Also known as "atmospheric sludge metal". The term "post-metal" is sometimes (though less frequently) used as a much broader term for metal bands with post-rock tendencies, eg. Sunn O))), Agalloch and Wolves in the Throne Room. As of the 2010s, there is also occasionally some overlap with certain technical and blackened death metal acts, which can largely be owed to the popularity and influence of Ulcerate.\\


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* Departe (also blackened death metal)
12th Nov '16 10:03:39 AM YonTroper
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* Music/BigBusiness
4th Nov '16 7:36:54 AM HasturHasturHastur
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As described above, this is what happens when sludge metal is fused with post-rock. Also known as "atmospheric sludge metal". The term "post-metal" is sometimes (though less frequently) used as a much broader term for metal bands with post-rock tendencies, eg. Sunn O))), Agalloch and Wolves in the Throne Room.\\

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As described above, this is what happens when sludge metal is fused with post-rock.post-rock (and, depending on the band, possibly also shoegaze or country). Also known as "atmospheric sludge metal". The term "post-metal" is sometimes (though less frequently) used as a much broader term for metal bands with post-rock tendencies, eg. Sunn O))), Agalloch and Wolves in the Throne Room.\\



* Beyond Terror Beyond Grace (''Nadir'', mixed with blackened death metal)



* Music/{{Ulcerate}} (mixed with Tech Death)

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* Music/{{Ulcerate}} (mixed with Tech Death)technical death metal)


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* Zhrine (also blackened death metal)
21st Oct '16 10:05:39 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* Hammers of Misfortune (largely ProgressiveMetal but has strong trad doom elements)

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* Hammers of Misfortune Music/HammersOfMisfortune (largely ProgressiveMetal but has strong trad doom elements)
17th Sep '16 3:42:49 PM HasturHasturHastur
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+ PsychedelicRock, BluesRock, SouthernRock, PostRock, AlternativeMetal

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+ PsychedelicRock, BluesRock, SouthernRock, PostRock, AlternativeMetalAlternativeMetal, CountryMusic



* DeepSouth: The birthplace of sludge as a recognizable genre and a central part of the identity of many early acts, and also a common place for sludge and stoner acts to come from (particularly Louisiana and Georgia). There also tends to be a surprising amount of overlap between sludge and various regional country and bluegrass scenes and fandoms in that region.



** Sludge Metal: Music/{{Crowbar}} or Music/{{Eyehategod}}
** Post Metal: Music/{{Isis}}

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** Sludge Metal: Music/{{Crowbar}} Music/{{Crowbar}}, Buzzov*en, or Music/{{Eyehategod}}
** Post Metal: Music/{{Neurosis}} or Music/{{Isis}}
6th Sep '16 5:15:24 PM MasterInferno
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* Music/ManillaRoad

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* Music/ManillaRoadMusic/ManillaRoad (overlaps with traditional, power, and occasionally thrash/speed metal)
14th Aug '16 7:08:45 PM blockboy
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* Music/{{Bongzilla}}

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* Music/{{Bongzilla}}Music/{{Bongzilla}} (mixed with sludge metal)
4th Aug '16 3:12:33 PM Jeomine
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* Music/{{Ulcerate}} (mixed with Tech Death)
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.
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