Worship (DEU) + Faal (NL) + Cruciamentum (UK) + Indesinence (UK) + Monads + eibon (FR)
» Worship (DEU) (Doom)
WORSHIP has originally been a French/German funeral doom band, when founded in 1998. Nowadays our center is in Germany. Lead by Daniel "The Doommonger" Pharos, we are working on our 3rd album & 10th release (Label: Weird Truth Japan).
» Faal (NL) (Doom)
Faal is established in 2005 at the south of the Netherlands. The band's music is mainly doom-metal oriented with touches of black-metal and post-rock. Their first album "Abhorrence-Salvation" was released in 2008 at Ván Records. This album received many good reviews, which resulted in a sold out first printing. Beside their recordings, they've also build up a good live reputation and shared stages with among others Ataraxie, Isole, Forgotten Tomb, The Ocean, October Tide and Mourning Beloveth. In 2011 Faal went back to the studio to record their second full-length called "The clouds are burning". "The clouds are burning" was recorded by Faal and Harry van Erp, between march and may 2011. Later on Faal went to the Priory Recording Studios in Great Britain, to mix and master the album in collaboration with Greg Chandler (Esoteric). Finally this resulted in a massively sounding album consisting of four tracks, which are dealing with subjects such as the human psyche, the state of being tortured, the road to madness and inner conflicts
» Cruciamentum (UK) (Death metal)
Cruciamentum formed in 2005, finally solidifying the line-up in 2009 and releasing the “Convocation of Crawling Chaos” demo. Cruciamentum was soon after signed to Greece’s Nuclear Winter Records through which they will release a MLP in mid 2011.
» Indesinence (UK) (Metal)
rawling the path of doomed death since 2001. Pandering to no scene, no expectations, no fads, nobody - not yesterday, not now, not ever. No compromise!! ONLY DEAF IS REAL
» Monads (Doom)
The term “Monad” is used to describe the idea of a person as a focal point of consciousness within a sea of greater consciousness, and it is believed that all things that can be considered a unity unto themselves constitute a monad as well.
» eibon (FR) (Doom / Sludge)
Eibon is a 5 pieces act featuring Drowning bass player, Stephane Rivière and guitarist Georges Balafas on vocals. Along with Jerome Lachaud, who was Stephane’s former band mate & drummer with legendary French Doom-Metal pioneer Garden Of Silence. Jerome was also part of the veteran Doom act Astral Rising. The line-up was completed by longtime friend Max Hedin on guitars and more recently, by Guillaume Taliercio on guitars.
In March ‘07, Eibon released a split-CD with the Stoner metal freaks Hangman’s Chair on the extreme metal label Bones Brigade records. Feedbacks was very positive and the split-CD was sold-out only 6 months after its release.
This first effort already gave an idea of what Eibon is all about: stationed between aggressive Sludge and loud Doom-metal. The music is based on progressive structures, alternating pounding heavy riffs and melodic sections.
In 2009, Eibon is back with its first digi-MCD containing 2 new tracks, recorded in October 2007 in the same studio and mixed by Andrew G. (Glorior Belli, Temple Of Baal) and released by Aesthetic Death records (UK) (Esoteric, Fleurety, Stumm).
These 2 new tracks reflect the band’s evolution: progressive parts are longer and more complex while aggressive parts are even harsher.
In the meanwhile, Eibon has been regularly seen on stage in 2007 and 2008 – to critical acclaim.
In December ’09, Eibon hit the studio again to record its first full-length. The album features 6 songs – 60 minutes of dark and progressive doom/sludge and comes in a special hardcover digisleeve.
The album has been released on June, 6th of 2010 and is can be purchased online on AD’s website or Eibon’s webshop
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+ OPENING HOUR : 5:30PM
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