Demo 2011

by Lycus

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Andrej Romić
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Andrej Romić The absolutely stunning US funeral doom metal act lycus just released their new record a month ago, so i revisited their demo. It's not the same as the full length albums, but still i love it. Favorite track: Resonance In Aether.
Brit Harvey
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Brit Harvey Not as funeral doom oriented as their first full length, but certainly a strong debut. Very well written across the 3 song EP and nice production. Favorite track: Aghast.
G M Slater
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G M Slater Don't let the title fool you. This is no bland or ordinary "demo" recording. It is well written, powerful and stands up with any release in the funeral doom metal genre.
Scumbag
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Scumbag Pretty grim looking cover art, but then it kinda represents the content of this demo. Slow, sludgey doom, death growls, a grim funereal vibe happening. It may not be pretty, but this kinda music isn't supposed to be! Favorite track: Aghast.
thewizardinblack
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thewizardinblack Another random find on "The Bandcamp." These guys should play with Pallbearer. Favorite track: Resonance In Aether.
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Recorded by Greg Wilkinson (Brainoil, Laudanum, Worm Ouroboros) and remastered by Colin Marston (Krallice, Loss, Jarboe), the demo has been released on vinyl through Flenser Records. 500 units with 100 on green and black splatter vinyl. Reverse board jackets on heavy stock with new artwork by Bryan Proteau.

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released May 18, 2011

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Lycus Oakland, California

Although Oakland's LYCUS is a slow, measured doom band at heart, the band’s sound stems from of a wide array of influences including black metal, death metal, noise, darkwave, and shoegaze. LYCUS’s particular take on mortality and inevitability is conducted on such a great scale that the band might as well craft dirges for the interment of the entire universe. ... more

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