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Tommy Stewart's Dyerwulf

by Tommy Stewart's Dyerwulf

A doom metal journey featuring stoner rock and psychedelic elements only using drums, bass, and vocals in a minimalistic style.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Doom/Stoner Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lilith Crimson Deep
4:53 album only
2. Behold! Your World Now Burns
6:34 album only
3. Through a Dead Man's Eye
5:34 album only
4. Porpoise Song
3:20 album only
5. Horrorshow
7:04 album only
6. The Man Who Sold Rope to the Gnoles
3:32 album only
7. Prince of Fools
8:18 album only
8. With Darkened Eyes
3:22 album only


Album Notes
Tommy Stewart's Dyerwulf' is the self-titled debut album by Tommy Stewart (also of Hallows Eve) featuring a doom metal style with elements of stoner rock and psychedelia in a minimalistic presentation using only bass, drums, and vocals. This album was recorded live, with the exception of vocal overdubs, and loudly in order to capture an unusual feel. Tommy Stewart produced it at his studio, known as Blue Ogre Noise Lab, performing bass and vocals with Eric Vogt on drums. It also features a unique version of Carol King's "Porpoise Song" which was released as a CD single before the album. The cover is an oil painting by French artist Jeff Grimal.

Nine Circles: "Listening to the slow, methodical pacing here and the brooding atmosphere it’s a no-brainer that Tommy has been in the game for a long time and not only knows how to craft some wicked metal but twist it into classic sounding yet very dark doom metal. And he does it with just bass, vocals and Eric Vogt on drums."



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