Doom
Doom
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Orgin Birmingham, England
Genres Grindcore, Crust Punk
Years Active 1987-present
Country of origin UK
Labels Profane Existence, Ecocentric Records, Flat Earth, Nabate, Pandora's Box, Nuclear Sun Punk, Vinyl Japan, MCR, Strange Fruit Records, Meantime Records, 1 in 12 Records, Heed the Ball!, Rugger Bugger Records, Aftermath Records
Associated Acts Napalm Death, Ripcord, No Security, Solstice, Sore Throat, Extreme Noise Terror, DIRT, Filthkick, Cain, Hiatus, Extinction of Mankind, Khang, Lazarus Blackstar, Murdered Cop, Gloomy Sunday, RUIN, Police Bastard, Haxan, Corvus
Official website http://www.doomcrustpunk.com/DOOMs_BLACK_CLOUD/DOOMs_BLACK_CLOUD.html

Doom are an English crust punk band from Birmingham, England, whose first, influential lineup were together from 1987 to 1990. Despite its short existence, the band is considered pivotal in the rise of crust punk, a style within the punk rock subgenre that fuses extreme metal with anarcho-punk. They recorded for Peaceville Records and are cited as an early precursor to the grindcore style of heavy metal music. Doom were also a favorite of BBC Radio DJ John Peel.

Members

Bri Doom - Guitar
Stick – Drums
Denis - Vocals
Scoot – Bass

Discography

War is Big Business Demo Tape (1987 discarded tapes)
War Crimes (Inhuman Beings (1989, Peaceville Records)
Police Bastard 7" (1989 Profane Existence)
Bury The Debt-Not the Dead Doom VS No Security split (1989, Peaceville Records
Total Doom (1989, Peaceville Records)
Live in Japan 7" (1992 Ecocentric Records)
Doomed From the Start (1992, Vinyl Japan)
The Greatest Invention (1993, Vinyl Japan)
Lost the Fight 7" (1993 Flat Earth/Nabate)
Doomed to Extinction Doom VS Extinction of Mankind 7" split (1994 Ecocentric Records)
Pro-Life Control Doom VS Selfish split (1994, Ecocentric Records)
Fuck Peaceville (1995, Profane Existence
Hail to Sweden 7" (1995 Pandora's Box)
Monarchy Zoo (1996, Vinyl Japan)
Rush Hour of the Gods (1996, Flat Earth)
Pissed Robbed & Twatted - Live in Slovenia 7" (1996 Nuclear Sun Punk)
Monarchy Zoo 7" (1996 Vinyl Japan)
Doom VS Crass 10" split (1998 Flat Earth)
World of Shit (2001, Vinyl Japan)

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