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Church of Misery (JP)

There are more than one band using the name Church Of Misery.

The most notable Church of Misery is a Japanese doom metal band with a specific extra-groovy sound that is often described as "stoner doom" but the band tends to snub this term saying "We hate trend. We hate corporate attitude. We hate the word 'stoner'. Death to false stoners!! Let there be DOOM!!" (citation from the Master Of Brutality album cover artwork notes).
Band was formed in 1996 in Tokyo by bassist Tatsu Mikami (ex-SALEM) and guitarist Tomohiro Nishimura, line-up was completed with singer Nobukazu Chow and drummer Hideki Shimizu. Band's raw and groovy style of doom metal rooted in 70s heavy rock with psychedelic feel and their notable lyrics mostly ba...

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Tombstones (NO)

There are at least two bands by the name Tombstones. See also: The Tombstones.

1) A doom metal/stoner rock band from Oslo, Norway.
2) A death metal band from the US.

1) Tombstones consist of three men from the darkest of woods in eastern Norway. Based in Oslo, music has been played since 2006. Tombstones has been brewing on dirtier filth this time, and their new, third, studio album; “Red Skies and Dead Eyes” will tear holes in your ears and speakers.
Norwegian doom has never been played with more confidence and style, and the riffs and grooves penetrate your soul like a demon from ancient caves.

“Red Skies and Dead Eyes” gives you 44 minutes of dark doom, and will leave you on your knees, crus...

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Conan (UK)

Conan is a doom metal band from Liverpool, England. They stylize their sound as 'Caveman battle doom'. In 2006, Conan formed as a two piece. Eventually becoming a three piece with Jon Davis on guitar/vocals, Phil Coumbe on bass/vocals and Paul O’Neil on drums.

Conan have since recorded as series of releases starting with their 2007 EP "Battle in the Swamp" and "Horseback Battle Hammer" (2010, Throne), followed by a split with Northern Irish band Slomatics (2011, Head of Crom, Burning World). Their first full length album "Monnos" was subsequently released in 2012 by Burning World Records. This lead to them playing the world renowned Roadburn Festival in Holland which was recorded and released as a live album titled "Mount Wra...

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