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What an amazing find!

This band is awesome. Deep dark sludge with an incredible singer. The blend of the music and the voice is 5-star material. Can't get enough.

Diamond in the ruff!

Found this band off That Metal Show. Psychedelic metal at its finest. Thanks Don Jamieson!

Proof That Some Musicians My Age Do Respect Their Elders

I’m 24 years old and I really hate my generation. I mean I can count on my two hands the bands that have emerged since the year 2000 that are actually good. People this young aren’t supposed to make music this good. My freaking God this is good !!!!! I love rock and metal (primarily Prog, Thrash, Grunge, and the classics aka Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, etc.). I, like the previous commentator, found out about this band from watching That Metal Show. These guys and gal are just making incredibly good Doom Metal. And I’m not a big Doom guy aside from Black Sabbath, but the combination between the textbook Doom Metal guitar riffs and rhythm section combined with the soaring high-pitched vocals of Emily Kopplin result in a Sabbath-esque sound that I’ve never really heard before. I’m so glad to see a talented young female singer making this kind of music instead of becoming just another Katy Perry or Taylor Swift esque piece of crap. Highly recommend this band!


Formed: 2012 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '10s

Though they came together in 2012, Chicago quartet Mount Salem feel like a lost gem of metal's formative years, exploring the doomy sounds of pioneering bands like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Pentagram. Consisting of Emily Kopplin (vocals/organ), Kyle Morrison (guitar), Mark Hewett (bass), and Cody Davidson (drums), the band's massive psychedelic sound feels ripped from the early '70s, with vintage gear lending the band's sound an air of authenticity. In 2013, the band made its debut with a self-released...
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