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Sunn O)))
Sunn O)))
O)))
L-R: TOS, Greg Anderson,
Stephen O'Malley, Attila Csihar
Background information
Also known as Sunn, Sunn "O)))", sunn O))), Mars (1996 - 1998)
Origin Seattle, Washington, USA (Early)
Los Angeles, California / Paris, France (Present)
Genres Drone, Drone Doom, Black Metal, Experimental, Noise, Dark Ambient, Avant-garde
Years active 1998 - Present
Labels Southern Lord Records, Hydra Head Records, Ideologic Organ, Rise Above Records, 4AD
Associated acts Boris, Burial Chamber Trio, Burning Witch, Earth, Goatsnake, Engine Kid, Brotherhood, Gravetemple, Pentemple, Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter, Khanate, KTL, Merzbow, Nurse with Wound, Thorr's Hammer, Mayhem, Scott Walker, Ulver, Pan Sonic, Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine, Ascend
Website Official Page
Current members Stephen O'Malley
Greg Anderson
Band Logo
Sunn logo

Sunn O))) (pronounced simply sun /sʌn/, sometimes spelled as sunn O)))) are an American drone metal band from Seattle, Washington that formed in 1998. The band is primarily known for its synthesis of diverse genres including drone, ambient, noise, extreme metal and for their extremely loud live performances. Supported by a varying cast of collaborators, the band was formed and maintained by two core members: Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley.

Referring to their music as "life metal", the band's style is characterized by extremely slow tempos, heavily distorted guitars, avoidance of rhythm and melody, and alternate tunings. The guitars are notable for their incredibly low register, frequently utilizing tunings as low as drop A. Additionally, the band is known for using resonant feedback to create monolithic soundscapes and eerie atmospheres. Percussion is almost never incorporated with a lack of any discernible beat. When performing live the band wears robes, fills the air with fog, and plays at an extremely high volume. Though drone is their nucleus, Sunn O))) experiment with a variety of styles and sounds with nods to avant-garde, ambient, classical music and black metal among other sounds. On occasion vocalists are incorporated with lyrical themes on nothingness, darkness, nihilism and the infinite void.

The band releases the majority of its music through Southern Lord Records, the label Greg Anderson founded in 1998. However on occasion the band has branched out to other labels such as Rise Above Records, Hydra Head Records, Ideologic Organ (O'Malley's personal label.), ARCHIVE and 4AD among others.

Sunn O))) are widely regarded as leaders in its genre, including by The New York Times Magazine of May 28, 2006, when the band was written up in an article called "Heady Metal" by John Wray. It was praised in an issue of Wonka Vision, an independent music magazine, as one of the greatest modern metal acts. Sunn O))) was also shown in the August 2007 issue of Q Magazine (the "loud issue"), with its album White1 being named the 18th-loudest album of all time, just above AC/DCs Back in Black and below Jimi Hendrix's Are You Experienced?.

Sunn O)))'s name and logo are directly taken from the Sunn amplifier brand, whose logo includes a circle next to the "SUNN" banner with waves heading off to the right. In interviews, Stephen O'Malley stated that the band's moniker was also chosen as a play on the name Earth, a band widely regarded as pioneers of drone music throughout the 1990s and reasoned based on Sunn O))) as "revolving around Earth".[1] Before the band members moved to Los Angeles, it briefly used the moniker Mars as a playful reference to Earth and the next planet in the solar system.

HistoryEdit

Formation and Initial Albums (1998 - 2002)Edit

Sunn O))) formed sometime in 1998 in Seattle by O'Malley and Anderson, both of which previously worked together in Thorr's Hammer and Burning Witch. Though initially residing in Seattle the band would move to Los Angeles and perform their first live concert at The Garage on 24 April 1998.[2] Notably the duo would also record their first demos that year.[3] Eventually in 1999 G. Stuart Dahlquist would join the group as their bassist and the band would release their first studio output via Double H Noise Industries and Hydra Head Records in the form of The Grimmrobe Demos.

Going into 2000 Sunn O))) would release their first studio album ØØ Void on 26 June and follow into their earliest known European tour alongside Goatsnake and Orange Goblin. By 2001 Dahlquist would depart from the group as the band finished recording on their second album and started sessions on future material. On 22 January 2002 Sunn O))) would release their second studio album Flight of the Behemoth on Southern Lord Records with Japanese noise legend Merzbow as a key collaborator. At this point the group largely performed as a duo but had been working guests into their live performances at this point such as Rex Ritter and Runhild Gammelsæter among others.

White and Black (2003 - 2005)Edit

Throughout 2002 the duo would begin recording parts for their next albums, further conceptualizing and expanding on their own sounds. More frequent shows would happen when the members' schedules would permit. On 22 April 2003 the band would release their third studio album White1, a departure from their straightforward drone sound and featuring guests Julian Cope, Runhild Gammelsæter and Joe Preston. In November that year the band would perform their earliest known shows alongside Attila Csihar. In an interview with Metalsucks, Greg Anderson would elaborate on how the band's relationship with the Hungarian-born musician was established (and still stands):

Stephen has known Attila for quite awhile, mostly through correspondence in the mail. Stephen used to do a fanzine called Descent. He had interviewed Attila for that magazine and was a huge fan of his work with Mayhem and Tormentor. Stephen turned me on to Attila through Mayhem’s De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas record. I wasn’t familiar with their record in the mid 90s, and Stephen played it for me. My taste at that time was more being towards things that could be classified as doom metal – the real sludgy, heavy stuff. I wasn’t really a fan of some of the black metal that I heard. I was into Bathory and Venom and stuff like that. I didn’t know about this first wave of Norwegian black metal. I didn’t really connect with it at first, but when I heard that record it really struck me as being very different and that was mostly because of the vocals on it. I was really intrigued by the approach that the vocalist had on it, and that’s when I really started becoming aware of Attila and digging deeper and finding all these other projects that he had been involved in like Tormentor and Plasma Pool and things like that. I just really thought that within the genre that he was put in, he was doing stuff that was stretching the limits and the boundaries and doing something unique. He liked Sunn O))) and some of the things that we were doing on the Southern Lord label, and we just ended up meeting up in Europe at a friend’s show. We invited him to come and play with us. Ever since then anytime we have a chance to play together if our schedules can work out, he’s there. For the last four years he’s been a huge part of our live performances. We’ve done a ton of stuff together. It’s been an honor and it’s been great.

I don’t know if I want to judge who gets it more or anything like that. The thing that I really like about Attila is that he uses his voice as an instrument. He’s not just trying to fill in the spaces or anything. His entire approach to vocals is more to me like an additional instrument, like a stringed instrument or something like that. It’s not to say that traditional vocals are bad or something that I don’t like. I love Dio [laughs]. And David Lee Roth and vocalists who are amazing at what they do in the traditional style of vocals with lyrics that phrase in a certain way that have rhythm and cadence and things like that. Attila takes it to a whole other level and another world really, and that’s what I really respect and appreciate about his contributions with Sunn O))) because I think it really propels what we’re doing into a whole other world really. Without him it’s a certain way and I know we’re playing together and the recordings make kind of stand in another place, and I really like that place.”

 
— Greg Anderson, Metalsucks [4]

The band's fourth full-length White2 followed the next year on 29 June 2004 with Csihar contributing to two songs (One of which was a vinyl-only bonus track). Further mini-tours of the United States (Sharing the stage with the likes of The Hidden Hand, Om, Unearthly Trance, Comets on Fire and many more) and a winter 2004 tour pushed the band further as both White1 and White2 achieved critical acclaim at the time. The band would close out the year on 9 December with an appearance on BBC's Maida Vale, the final Peel Session booked by John Peel before his passing. This would be later released in 2005 as Candlewolff Ov Thee Golden Chalice.

In May of 2005 the band would begin work on their fifth album, working with a host of various black metal musicians and composing drones inspired by classic Black Metal bands such as Bathory, Mayhem and Immortal.[5] In an interview with The Wire, Stephen O'Malley elaborated on his and Anderson's interest in the genre along with it's conception:

“Uh-huh. Black One was interesting, because there were a couple of things that happened to the band at that time. One, we got a lot of recognition outside of musical spheres even, even in the art world, stuff started happening, and there were things like the New York Times article. And the other thing that happened with that record was, rather than being a new direction, it was actually more of a culmination of a longer interest than any of the other influences of Sunn O))) except for maybe Earth and the Melvins. Personally, I'd been doing fanzines in the early '90s focusing on Black Metal, I'd been designing records, working with record labels, all this stuff. So it's not like a new concept to me. Looking backwards, maybe it was finally a release, a purging – part of a longer purging [laughs]. But musically, I think that might be where it came from.

It was also the peak of Greg's and my parallel interest in Black Metal. I mean, it's still there for me, I don't know how important it is, but there's definitely a peak in its importance in the palette of music we're listening to, and maybe in a broader scale too, it seems like Black Metal has waned again for the next period. So, somehow, rather than being like a direction at the time, maybe it was more of an aesthetic, or a purging, that may have come off as a direction. To me, I think there's more in common musically with a lot of that material to the first two tracks of Flight Of The Behemoth than there is to Burzum, or Emperor, or Immortal or stuff like that. You can exercise a lot of aesthetics on an abstract music and get a lot of different results. We could have tried to exercise a different aesthetic on that record and come across not Black Metal at all. We had black robes at that point. But that's something we were resisting from the beginning, when we decided to do that. That was the first idea that came up, like, 'We can't do that, it's too obvious!' But at that point, at the time, Black One came out and it seemed appropriate or whatever.”

 
— Stephen O'Malley, The Wire [6]

Black One was released on 17 October 2005 to widespread critical acclaim. Recruiting Malefic (Xasthur) as a live vocalist. Earlier in the year the band would play Europe (including Roskilde Festival and Roadburn Festival) with Attila Csihar but in support of Black One the band would recruit Malefic as a vocalist. In late 2005 it would be announced that the band would begin 2006 with a European tour alongside their idols Earth. In support of the tour a split between both bands entitled Angel Coma was released, featuring an outtake from Black One.

Altar, Oracle and Grimmrobes Live (2006 - 2008)Edit

Throughout the fall and winter of 2005 the band would work on a host of releases behind the scenes while touring early into next year, one of these releases in question purely conceptualized and without rehearsal.[7] In the summer Sunn O))) would announce two major releases. The first of was a 4LP vinyl release entitled whiteBOX (release date 20 July 2006), featuring both white albums and special bonus tracks (White1 featuring an unreleased collaboration with Ulver entitled "cutWOODED" while White2 featured both Decay tracks with Attila Csihar.).[8] The second major release was also announced in the summer in the form of Altar, a fullcollaborative album with Japanese experimental band Boris. Along with the five main performers the album would also feature the likes of Jesse Sykes, Joe Preston, Bill Herzog, Kim Thayil and Dylan Carlson.[9] Altar was ultimately released on 31 October 2006 to positive reviews via Southern Lord Records (With Inoxia covering the Japanese release).

Beginning 2007 Sunn O))) would announce Oracle, an EP release in collaboration with New York sculptor Banks Violette. Notably it also featuring collaborative guests Joe Preston (on Jackhammer), Atsuo and Csihar. Some copies also contained a bonus live CD composing various live drones from their 2005 European shows.[10] Sunn O))) & Boris would close the year with a collaborative performance at Kentish Town Forum in London on 10 December 2007.[11]

Sunn O))) would follow up with the live album Dømkirke, a performance at Bergen Cathedral for the Borealis Festival and released exclusively on vinyl circa 22 September 2008. Also celebrating the band's tenth anniversary, the band would announce on 9 August four special performances in observance, performing The Grimmrobe Demos strictly as a duo with no guests.[12] The first performance from this special tour would be recorded and released as (初心) Grimmrobes Live 101008 on cassette in support of their 2009 tours of Europe and Japan.

Monoliths & Dimensions (2009 - 2013)Edit

Behind the scenes leading up to 2009, Sunn O))) sent two years composing their next studio album, collaborating with new musicians and expanding upon their sound even further. On 18 May 2009 Sunn O)))'s two-year recording jaunt would culminate in Monoliths & Dimensions, the band's sixth studio album, featuring regular collaborators Attila Csihar, Eyvind Kang, Oren Ambarchi and Dylan Carlson among trombonists Julian Priester and Stuart Dempster, string & horn emsembles and a Viennese woman's choir led by composer and vocalist Jessika Kenney. Ultimately the album would receive a great deal of positive reception, currently holding a score of 88 on Metacritic. The band would tour extensively in support of the new album alongside Eagle Twin. In an interview with Metalsucks, Greg Anderson would elaborate on the conception and formation of Monoliths & Dimensions:

"Well since the beginning of the group, we’ve always wanted to expand the sound of what we’re doing as much as possible and really try to make each record different than the one that came before it. One of the ideas that we had for a new album was to work with some different instrumentation that we hadn’t worked with in the past – strings, brass, and different voices like choir and things like that. It just basically came from the idea of us wanting to try something different and try to make heavy sounding music in a different way. In a nutshell that’s where we are coming from.

[On the recording process.] Yeah, somewhat. This album took a lot longer than any of the other records that we recorded before. It actually started off a lot like any other record that we’ve made, with Stephen [O’Malley] and I in a recording studio bouncing ideas and concepts of music or riffs off of each other and that becoming the foundation for the album and the music on the album. This album started the same way, but with this one with the different instrumentation on it, that was a different process that we never really done before because we never worked with those kinds of instruments before. There is an arranger and a composer that we work with on this album named Eyvind Kang, who basically listened to what we had recorded (the basic tracks) and then had some ideas of different ways of expanding on them and different ways that he could contribute or have different instruments contribute to them. We have never done that before either, so that was a new process for us. There were a lot of firsts for us on this record for sure.

[On the end result.] Most definitely. I’m really excited about it. It was an extreme challenge for me personally with the whole process and the amount of time that it took to do this record. It required a lot of patience, but in the end I’m really proud that we went through it all. I’m proud of the outcome.

[On Big Church] We wanted to work with choirs in some way. That was one of the ideas kicked around during the recording sessions. Working with the gospel choir is something we want to attempt at some point. I think a lot of choral music has really interesting and heavy qualities to it. I thought it would be interesting to try and incorporate that with what we do and really kind of blending of women’s voices in a choir with heavy guitars which I thought would be an interesting experiment. That’s kind of where it came from.”

 
— Greg Anderson, Metalsucks [13]

Along with touring and performing in support of the new album the band would also follow up with more Shoshin/Grimmrobes showcases in Japan and close the year off with a Grimmrobes duo performance in the UK on 12 December 2009 at Butlin's Resort in Minehead for All Tomorrow's Parties.[14] The band would tour early 2010 with Eagle Twin and work behind the scenes on new material. On 18 August 2010 it would be announced that Sunn O))) would be the curators of the 2011 edition of Roadburn Festival, featuring the likes of Jesse Sykes, Trap Them, Beaver, Keiji Haino, Earth, Corrosion of Conformity, Winter and Sunn O))) themselves among others in the curated lineup.[15] Before the Roadburn performance would be a special curated performance in Brooklyn's Masonic Temple of Sunn O))) & Boris with BXI as support.[16][17]

In the fall of 2011 Sunn O))) would tour Europe and again twice in 2012 along with an appearance at Power of The Riff and a tour of the US (A tour of Australia was planned and canceled due to conflicts with promoters.). Also of note in 2011 was a Southern Lord reissue of ØØ Void, a collaborative album with British experimental group Nurse With Wound entitled The Iron Sould of Nothing and Japanese 2CD re-issues on Daymare Recordings.

Further Collaborations & Kannon (2014 - Present)Edit

On 10 December 2013 Sunn O))) would announce the first of two collaborative albums to be released into the next year. The first of these special records would be a full-length with Norwegian experimental metal group Ulver entitled Terrestrials, released via Southern Lord on 4 February 2014.[18] With only a handful of shows under their belt the band would also announce a second collaborative album for a 2014 release: Soused, a full-length with Ohio avant-garde singer Scott Walker, released on his label 4AD on 21 October.[19] 2015 would see the band touring throughout Europe at a host of festivals and individual shows, including their first performance in Russia (Later released in 2016 as Нежить: Живьём В России) while announcing their seventh studio album Kannon, released on 4 December via Southern Lord.[20]

Sunn O))) would follow throughout the next two years with live touring throughout the United States and Europe in support of the recent album (With one European show in 2016 being in the world's largest labryinth.).[21] On 11 June 2015 Sunn O))) would also open a bandcamp page for bootlegs recorded of their live performances over the years while also maintaining a bandcamp for their official studio and live output.[22]

DiscographyEdit

Studio AlbumsEdit

DemosEdit

Extended PlaysEdit

Live AlbumsEdit

NOTE: Only official live albums are listed here. Bootlegs from the Sunn O))) live bandcamp are excluded.

CollaborationsEdit

  • Altar (Collaboration with Boris) (2006, Southern Lord)
  • Che (Collaboration with Pan Sonic; Split with Alan Vega & Stephen Burroughs) (2008, Blast First Petite)
  • The Iron Soul of Nothing (Collaboration with Nurse With Wound) (2011, Ideologic Organ)
  • Terrestrials (Collaboration with Ulver) (2014, Southern Lord)
  • Soused (Collaboration with Scott Walker) (2014, 4AD)

CompilationsEdit

  • WHITEbox (Box-set of both White albums, 4LP) (2006, Southern Lord)

PersonnelEdit

Current MembersEdit

Current Live MembersEdit

  • Attila Csihar - Live Vocals (2003 - Present)
  • Steve Moore - Live Trombone, Keyboards (2005 - Present)
  • TOS Nieuwenhuizen - Live Keyboards (2005 - Present)

Past Members and Live CollaboratorsEdit

  • G. Stuart Dahlquist - Bass (1999 - 2001)
  • Joe Preston - Bass, Samples, Jackhammer
  • Oren Ambarchi
  • Merzbow
  • Keiji Haino
  • Atsuo Mizuno
  • Takeshi Ohtani
  • Wata
  • Jef Whitehead (AKA Wrest/Leviathan)
  • Rex Ritter
  • Runhild Gammelsæter
  • Nate Carson
  • Dawn Smithson
  • Peter Rehberg
  • John Weise
  • Kevin Drumm
  • Scott Connor (AKA Malefic/Xasthur)
  • Bill Herzog
  • Mark Deutrom
  • Randall Dunn
  • Justin Broadrick
  • Christopher McGrail (AKA Holy McGrail)
  • Lasse Marhaug
  • Daniel O'Sullivan
  • Sin Nanna

ToursEdit

NOTE: This section is a work in progress and more details will be added when found.

  • European Tour 2000 (With Orange Goblin and Goatsnake) (2000)
  • 2003 Live Aktions (2003)[23]
  • USA Live Performances 2003 (2003)[24]
  • January 2004 Shows (With Chrome Hoof, Sunburned Hand of the Man) (2004)[25]
  • July 2004 Performances (2004)[26]
  • SUNN O))) FLIGHT OF THE TROGLODYTE: CAVEDRONES FOR THE IRON AGE (With The Hidden Hand, Om on one date each) (2004)[27]
  • SUNN O))) RATHER GRIMM 2004 (2004)[28]
  • SPRING AKTIONS 2005 (With Boris on European Dates) (2005)[29]
  • SUNN O))) & EARTH Vs. EUROPE 2006 (With Earth)[30]
  • 2006 USA Live Performances (With Boris)[31]
  • Fall 2006 US and European Tour (With Celtic Frost, Goatwhore)[32]
  • 2007 Austalasia Tour (With Boris) (2007)[33]
  • July 2007 USA Live Performances (With Weedeater, Wolves In The Throne Room, Earth)[34]
  • November 2007 Tour (2007)[35]
  • Shoshin/GrimmRobes USA tour 2008 (2008)[36]
  • 2009 Mexico Tour (With Jazkamer) (2009)[37]
  • Shoshin/Grimmrobes Japan 2009 (2009)
  • 2009 Spring European Tour (2009)
  • Monoliths & Dimensions North American Tour (With Eagle Twin) (2009)
  • Monoliths & Dimensions European Tour (With Eagle Twin) (2009)
  • Monoliths & Dimensions UK Tour (With BJ Nilsen, Om) (2009)
  • 2010 Winter European Tour (With Eagle Twin) (2010)
  • 2011 Fall European Tour (2011)[38]
  • 2012 European Tour (With Phurpa, Aluk Todalo) (2012)[39][40]
  • 2012 North American Tour (With Dead in The Dirt) (2012)[41]
  • 2012 Australian Tour (2012; Canceled)
  • 2012 Japan Tour (with Chelsea Wolfe) (2012)
  • 2012 Winter North American Tour (With Dead in the Dirt, Loincloth) (2012)
  • 2013 European Performances (2013)
  • 2014 Live Aktions (Australia, US) (2014)
  • 2015 European Live Aktions (2015)
  • 2016 Australia Tour (2016)[42]
  • Kannon North American Tour Leg 1 (With Big ‡ Brave) (2016)
  • Kannon European Mini-Tour (2016)
  • Kannon North American Tour Leg 2 (With Big ‡ Brave) (2016)
  • Kannon European Tour (2017)[43]
  • Sunn O))) March 2017 Tour (With Big ‡ Brave) (2017) [44]

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. YouTubeTV Eye Interviews Sunn O))), accessed 19 June 2017
  2. Setlist.fmAccessed 15 June 2017
  3. IdeologicAccessed 20 May 2017
  4. MetalsucksINTERVIEW WITH SUNN O)))’S GREG ANDERSON, accessed 20 June 2017
  5. Southern Lord Press Page on Black OneAccessed 18 June 2017
  6. The Wire Sunn O))) Exclusive Interview Transcripts: Stephen O'Malley, accessed 18 June 2017
  7. YouTubeAccessed 19 June 2017
  8. Smnnews
  9. Southern Lord page on AltarAccessed 19 June 2017
  10. DiscogsAccessed 19 June 2017
  11. Sunn O))) Live BandcampAccessed 19 June 2017
  12. BlabbermouthAccessed 19 June 2017]
  13. MetalsucksINTERVIEW WITH SUNN O)))’S GREG ANDERSON, accessed 20 June 2017
  14. Grimmrobes 2009
  15. Invisible Oranges
  16. Altar in Brooklyn
  17. Brooklyn Vegan article
  18. Sunn O)))'s Southern Lord PageAccessed 21 June 2017
  19. StereogumAccessed 21 June 2017
  20. Self-Titled Mag
  21. Sunn O))) Labyrinth PerformanceAccessed 21 June 2017
  22. FactmagAccessed 21 June 2017
  23. Last.fm
  24. O)))2003
  25. O)))2004
  26. O))) 2004
  27. O)))2004
  28. O)))2004
  29. O)))2005
  30. Ideologic
  31. O))) 2006
  32. O))) 2006
  33. O))) 2007
  34. O)))2007
  35. O))) 2007
  36. BrooklynVegan
  37. Last.fm
  38. O)))2011
  39. Last.fm
  40. O)))2012
  41. O)))2012
  42. Sunn O)))'s Southern Lord Page
  43. Sunn O)))'s Southern Lord Page
  44. Sunn O)))'s Southern Lord Page
V·T·E Sunn O)))
O))) Greg AndersonStephen O'Malley
Live O))) Attila CsiharTOS NieuwenhuizenSteve Moore
Past Contributors / Collaborators G. Stuart DahlquistJoe PrestonAtsuo Mizuno • Oren Ambarchi • Masami Akita • Takeshi Ohtani • Wata • Keiji Haino • Jef Whitehead • Rex Ritter • Runhild Gammelsæter • Nate Carson • Dawn Smithson • Peter Rehberg • John Weise • TKevin Drumm • Scott Connor • Bill Herzog • Mark Deutrom • Randall Dunn • Justin Broadrick • Christopher McGrail • Lasse Marhaug • Daniel O'Sullivan • Sin Nanna • Mories • Scott Walker
Studio Albums ØØ VoidFlight of the BehemothWhite1White2Black OneMonoliths & DimensionsKannon
Demos The Grimmrobe DemosRehearsal Demo Nov 11 2011LA Reh 012
Extended Plays Velis It WhiteCro-Monolithic Remixes For An Iron AgeCandlewolff Ov Thee Golden ChaliceAngel ComaOracle
Live Albums & Videos The Libations of SamhainLive WhiteLa Mort Noir dans Esch/AlzetteDømkirke(初心) Grimmrobes Live 101008Live At Primavera Sound Festival 2009 On WFMUAgharti Live 09-10Нежить: Живьём В России
Collaborations AltarO))) Presents...CheThe Iron Soul of NothingTerrestrialsSoused
Burial Chamber Trio Burial Chamber TrioBurial Chamber Trio (Album)WVRM
Gravetemple GravetempleThe Holy DownAmbient / RuinLe Vampire de Paris
Burning Witch Burning WitchTowers...Rift.Canyon.DreamsCrippled Lucifer (Album)Burning Witch (Box Set)
Thorr's Hammer Thorr's HammerDommedagsnatt
Associated Bands, Artists, Etc. Teeth of Lions Rule the DivineRamptonAscendAmple Fire WithinEarthGoatsnakeKhanate • KTL • Merzbow • Nurse With Wound • Mayhem • Scott Walker • Ulver • Pan Sonic • Engine Kid • Brotherhood • Æthenor • Probot

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