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Serpents Gold

Cathedral

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One part best-of compilation and one part rarities collection, doom innovators Cathedral have a two-disc set for old fans and new with The Serpent's Gold. Broken up into The Serpent's Treasure (best-of) and The Serpent's Chest (demos and rarities), this collection has a little something for any doom fan, regardless of their level of initiation. Whether you're a seasoned Cathedral fan looking for some new takes on some old jams, or someone diving into their catalog for the first time, The Serpent's Gold has a little something for everyone.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1990

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

It's universally agreed that the originators of the doom metal genre are Black Sabbath, but there were several bands of the '80s/early '90s that kept the style alive (during Sabbath's "lean years"), such as Saint Vitus, Trouble, Candlemass, and, especially, the U.K.-based Cathedral. When singer Lee Dorrian jumped ship from grindcore godfathers Napalm Death during the late '80s, he sought to form a new outfit that would focus on the plodding sounds of Sabbath, rather than the all-out assault of his...
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