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tobias_rieper Having listened to the successor before I'm still not sure what genre this is. It's often a bit too uptempo for funeral doom but also too deprived of aggression for death doom. Spacey synths, very few catchy parts and lots of dissonance just add to the confusion. A weird but strangely enticing concoction. Something terrible is happening but you are 100% positive that no real harm will come to you. Like a car accident that easily might have been fatal but only caused a spray of sparks instead. Favorite track: Exile.
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The followup to Mesmur's crushing eponymous debut, "S" is an apocalyptic funeral doom exploration of the madness of the cosmos. Combining plodding and malicious riffs with icy abyssal atmospheres, "S" creates a disturbing yet often beautiful representation of the chaotic void that is our universe.
An echoing thud in the chamber of human suffering, Mesmur aims to capture the sounds of a world that was doomed from the beginning. Led by the mastermind that brought to life the progressive black metal band Dalla Nebbia, Mesmur is funeral doom with a little bit extra. Blending influences ranging from the funerary dirges of Evoken to the mesmerizing atmosphere of Neurosis, Mesmur shows versatility in a genre where simplicity usually reigns.

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released September 15, 2017


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The Solitude Productions label was founded in July 2005 for promotion of doom metal varying within wide range from traditional to funeral doom. In the end of 2006 the BadMoodMan Music sub-label was found for promotion of the bands which do not exactly fit the style of the mother label. ... more

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