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Floridian Funeral Doom: Worm’s “Gloomlord” Rises


It emerges from the swamp. Dripping viscera from its emptying cavity, the obscured figure slowly reveals itself from the muck and gas which it calls home. It is the Gloomlord, the vision of blackened funeral doom artist Worm. Listen to an exclusive stream of the album below.

Gloomlord is exactly what its name entails: a journey through the warm negativity which is gloom. What sets Worm apart from other “negative” artists is the organic nature of the sadness which fuels artist “Wurm”‘s music. These lugubrious hymns feel more human, at least in some twisted, transformative regard, and twist themselves into the bizarre in a natural way. Fusing the mournful nature of the early Finnish school of funeral doom metal (check the final song title for a frame of reference) with the strange character of late 1980s Italian black metal, Gloomlord‘s lengthy songs leave no stop unpulled, taking every turn possible to create something weird, something immediate, something undeniably gloomy. The Gloomlord rises.

Gloomlord releases January 24th on Iron Bonehead Productions.

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