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8th Feb '16 9:04:56 PM SinNanna
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* Music/TheBody (along with drone doom and dark ambient)

* Music/TheBody (along with sludge metal)

* Luna (not to be confused with the DreamPop band of the same name)
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* Luna Music/{{Luna}} (not to be confused with the DreamPop band of the same name)name) * Music/{{Lycus}}
4th Feb '16 3:42:35 PM Hossmeister
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** 2002 - ''Music/QueensOfTheStoneAge''
22nd Jan '16 8:42:54 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* Agoraphobic Nosebleed (''Arc'' EP only)

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* The Lion's Daughter (mixed with sludge)
14th Jan '16 9:27:43 AM JTRager
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* Music/{{TheOcean}} (with progressive and post-metal tendencies)
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* Music/{{TheOcean}} {{Music/TheOcean}} (with progressive and post-metal tendencies)
13th Jan '16 12:50:35 PM JTRager
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* Music/{{TheOcean}} (with progressive and post-metal tendencies)
10th Jan '16 12:57:54 AM JTRager
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* Music/{{CultOfLuna}}
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* Music/{{CultOfLuna}}Music/{{Cult Of Luna}}
10th Jan '16 12:56:52 AM JTRager
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* Music/CultOfLuna
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* Music/CultOfLunaMusic/{{CultOfLuna}}
27th Dec '15 4:22:10 AM Morgenthaler
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At the beginning of the nineties, the band Cathedral released their debut album ''Forest of Equilibrium'', which fused doom metal with more aesthetics from extreme metal, making doom slower and heavier. Cathedral themselves later moved onto a more uptempo, groove-oriented style, but their early material resulted in doom metal gaining more recognition. By now, there were a couple of doom metal subgenres: "epic doom", which fused traditional doom with operatic vocals and (often) HeavyMithril; and "sludge metal", which fused doom with HardcorePunk and in some cases southern rock, and started off in [[TheBigEasy New Orleans]]. In the early-to-mid nineties, doom metal diversified, and quite a few new subgenres were created, including "stoner metal", "death/doom", "black doom", "funeral doom" and "drone doom". Around the time NuMetal was mainstream, the stoner metal band ElectricWizard released Dopethrone, which is regarded as one of the seminal doom metal albums and one of the heaviest metal albums of all time, bringing to doom a new audience obsessed with heaviness in metal.
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At the beginning of the nineties, the band Cathedral released their debut album ''Forest of Equilibrium'', which fused doom metal with more aesthetics from extreme metal, making doom slower and heavier. Cathedral themselves later moved onto a more uptempo, groove-oriented style, but their early material resulted in doom metal gaining more recognition. By now, there were a couple of doom metal subgenres: "epic doom", which fused traditional doom with operatic vocals and (often) HeavyMithril; and "sludge metal", which fused doom with HardcorePunk and in some cases southern rock, and started off in [[TheBigEasy New Orleans]]. In the early-to-mid nineties, doom metal diversified, and quite a few new subgenres were created, including "stoner metal", "death/doom", "black doom", "funeral doom" and "drone doom". Around the time NuMetal was mainstream, the stoner metal band ElectricWizard Music/ElectricWizard released Dopethrone, which is regarded as one of the seminal doom metal albums and one of the heaviest metal albums of all time, bringing to doom a new audience obsessed with heaviness in metal.
22nd Dec '15 9:32:52 PM intastiel
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* Author & Punisher (mixed with industrial metal)
20th Dec '15 5:11:22 PM azraelfinalstar
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** Creator/JerryCantrell ( On the ''Degradation Trip'' albums, mixed with traditional Doom Metal and a little GrooveMetal )
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