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Some essential doom.

5 years ago at Mar 30 23:22
Pagan Altar is the greatest, for sure.
Actually this is just a compilation but you can easily count this one as a full-lenght album because before this the band had only released one demo-tape before this. This is actually the "official" release of that demotape, and it came out in 1998.

Besides Witchfinder General, this band formed in 1978 and with huge lack of attention, i... read more
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Some essential doom.

“Pagan Altar is the greatest, for sure.

Actually this is just a compilation but you can easily count this one as a full-lenght album because before this the band had only released one demo-tape before this. This is actually the "official" release of that demotape, and it came out in 1998.

Besides Witchfinder General, this band formed in 1978 and with huge lack of attention, is one of those who began with ye old nwobhm and evolved to the thing that was to be the traditional doom metal. Not a bad solution at all I'd say.

The brothers Jones are in the middle. Terry handles the amazing nose-vocals by the doom-handbook and Alan smashes the delicious riffs. Rhytm-section is properly taken care of

by the duo Trevor Portch and John Mizrahi. Pagan Altar never” read more