The Fifth and Final Sun. CD.

by WAR IRON

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Forlorn Hope
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Forlorn Hope Using two bassists is not unique for Doom bands, but War Iron creates a grotesque bassline rhythm that I can't stop listening too. Just like carrots and corn in vomit; it's chunky. Favorite track: The Place Where the Silent Ones Kill.
The Shrieks From Below
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The Shrieks From Below Like POMBAGIRA with IRON MONKEY vocals. Twin bass, ultra doom/sludge. If CANDLEMASS and other lah dee dah doom bands are your limit, then best give this band a miss. Favorite track: The Place Where the Silent Ones Kill.
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    Four tracks, 40 minutes, doom sludge, twin bass, crushing heaviness. CD.

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released October 15, 2012

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