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Doom Metal Alunah

Magic

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Official Website
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Members:
Jake Mason: Drums
Dan Burchmore: Bass
Siân Greenaway: Vocals
Dean Ashton: Guitars

Notable Past Members:
Sophie Day: Vocals, Guitars

Discography:
  • Fall To Earth EP (2008)
  • Call of Avernus (2010)
  • White Hoarhound (2012)
  • Awakening the Forest (2014)
  • Solennial (2017)
  • Amber & Gold EP (2018)
  • Violet Hour (2019)

Alunah is a doom metal / stoner metal band from the UK that incorporates heavy psyche sounds into their music. The newest vocalist is stunning!

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Alunah released their 5th full length album October 11, 2019.

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Tracklist:
01. Trapped & Bound
02. Dance Of Deceit
03. Hunt
04. Hypnotised
05. Violet Hour
06. Unholy Disease
07. Velvet
08. Lake Of Fire

First single, Trapped & Bound

Second Single, Hunt

Full Album, Enjoy!
 

Magic

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Solennial is the last album to feature Sophie Day as vocalist and was released in 2017. Sophie has a beautiful, haunting voice as well as a talented guitarist.

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Fire of Thornborough Henge

Full album, Enjoy!
 

Mr. Gregory

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So, I've definitely heard Fire of Thornborough Henge before - I distinctly remember the chorus - but it must have been a while ago, because apparently that song didn't resonate with me at the time. How? I have no earthly idea. It's pretty good!

I must have tried listening to Solennial on Amazon Music a while back. The video for that song and the album art both look familiar. Well Alunah, you know what happens when you create interesting music that I only vaguely remember hearing previously but now appreciate?



Time to go listen to 'em!
 

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