FUNERAL
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Season of Mist are pleased to announce the signing of Norwegian doom metal formation FUNERAL. The band will release their new album next year via the label. More details will be announced at a later moment.

FUNERAL comment: “We are pleased  to become a part of the Season of Mist roster. 2020-2021 sees the worldwide release of our new dirges of funeral-doom, filled with crushing doom-laden riffs, massive orchestra, and Norwegian lyrics with a conceptual theme.”

Check out the band’s discography on Spotify!

Doom metal formation FUNERAL are known as one of the pioneers of the funeral doom genre. Formed in Norway in 1991 by Anders Eek, the band released their first ‘Tristesse’ in 1993. This offering supposedly won them the title of ‘most depressing band in the world’.

Going for a more symphonic sound, the doom metal band asked vocalist Toril Snyen to join and they released another demo ‘Beyond All Sunsets’ (1994) and the debut full-length ‘Tragedies’ (1995). Over the years, there were various line-up changes and the group changed vocalists several times. Tragedy struck in 2003 and FUNERAL took a hiatus for the rest of the year after the loss of bassist / songwriter Einar Frederiksen. Only a few months before their return, the band took another hit when guitarist Christian Loos passed away, who was then replaced by Mats Lerberg. ‘From These Wounds’ was released in 2006, an album that was marked by a period of pain, loss and woe.

In the following years, FUNERAL steadily released three more full lengths: ‘As the Light Does the Shadow’ (2008), ‘To Mourn is a Virtue’ (2011) and ‘Oratorium’ (2012).  A new record will see the light of day in 2020 – 2021 via Season of Mist.

Genre: Funeral doom metal

Line-up: 
Anders Eek – Drums
Rune Gandrud – Bass guitar
Sindre Nedland – Vocals
Erlend Nybø – Guitars
André Aaslie – Orchestration
Magnus Tveiten – Guitars

Links:
http://www.funeralband.no
https://www.facebook.com/funeralnorway/

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