The best thing I can say about Starless Aeon is that it doesn't sound like a band playing songs. It sounds like a grimy funeral dirge, a torturous lament of sorrow and doom. It is a soundtrack for ritual sacrifice and funerals, which is perfect. I want rain and tears. This is it.
Favorite track: depressor.
Formed in early 2013, Funerary came to pass by the adherence of five souls looking to coagulate in depression, grief, and anger. Finding solace in dwindling light, the band creates a musical presence that is powerful and progressive in the realm of doom metal by combining what can only be described as cosmic, transcending songs ridden with despair and indignity.
A powerful debut from one of California’s most incredible bands. Steeped in religious guilt and fury, Kristina’s incredible journey as King Woman begins here. Prepare yourself bc it only gets better after this release. MDS
Creating a dark, heavy, and yet tranquil atmosphere, Bell Witch are quintessential Funeral Doom, and that without guitars. All their albums are, while slightly varying in tone and atmosphere, masterpieces of the sub-genre. Dragonsmoke