Post by Assbong420 ~The Weeder~ on Jan 2, 2016 21:32:02 GMT
Minimalist doom works on the extreme spectrum of exploring a particular aspect of doom to its full extent. Usually it's strongly based in reflexivity, delving into soundscapes that are only - to my knowledge - present in doom. It's minimalistic, but it's not necessarily barren, it depends. There's a deep exploration of repetition, slow tempo and vibration. It's much more common to find growls and screams here aswell, as they fit thematically.
Thergothon is a classic example of what is known as "funeral doom", which is a dragged, slow paced, repetitive kind of doom focused on depression and a fixation of death and dying. Bands like Mournful Congregation take the idea of funeral doom to the extreme of actually pacing their songs to the rythm of a funeral dirge, sometimes using church organs and chants.
"Drone" strips the song of its musicality and rythm, creating a sound mindbilly-goat that's designed to break your natural tendency to seek harmony and coherence. The pleasure is derived from experiencing vibration and repetition, it's a purely sensorial experience. Sunn 0))) (named after the amps) are possibly the most famous band in the genre.
Corrupted are doom metal gods that mastered a sort of sludge doom inspired by funeral and drone, and it's incredibly devastating.
Post by Assbong420 ~The Weeder~ on Jan 2, 2016 21:42:42 GMT
PART FOUR - DIE (Sludge)
What if you took doom metal and added a dab of the good old hardcore punk rage? You get Sludge. Sludge is a music genre that blends all of these things, and it's in my understanding the extreme root of the now widely popular "post-metal" (think bands like Isis or Mastodon). Sludge is abrasive, violent and nihilistic. Although not necessarily "doom", it fits the ambience, and it's too influential to ignore.
Post by Assbong420 ~The Weeder~ on Jan 3, 2016 14:53:33 GMT
Khanate is brilliant, it's the one band that I can truly say I don't enjoy but for good reasons. It's not meant to be enjoyable. I'd go as far as call it anti-music. Don't watch this video if you don't feel like being disturbed.
The concept remings me of antidoom, which is predicated on the notion that doom is too pleasant.
Pleasing the jazz crowd, you guys might enjoy "doom jazz", or dark jazz as I prefer calling it, a very niche genre dedicated to playing the sort of bohemian tunes you find in film noir and detective stories. I love listening to Bohren while I study.
Post by Assbong420 ~The Weeder~ on Jan 3, 2016 14:55:28 GMT
Dark jazz being nothing new, of course, and having already been covered by the man himself, of billy-goating course.
Edit: I guess "doom jazz" is labelled as such for other reasons, relating to the crowd more than the sound itself. Bohren play at doom festivals, that's how I got to know them. The slow tempo and sax fit thematically, and since it's a particularly dark form of dark jazz, it's coherently moody.
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