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Posted on May 22, 2012 | No CommentsNOVEMBERS DOOM‘s Paul Kuhr and Mike Feldman launch CHARRED OWEN Vinyl Label Paul Kuhr and Mike Feldman of U.S. death/doom pioneers NOVEMBERS DOOM have officially launched CHARRED OWEN, a record label catering to vinyl enthusiasts and collectors. Below is a statement from Paul about the...
Posted on July 26, 2011 | No CommentsI’ve always viewed Chicago-based Novembers Doom as the American counterpart to bands like Opeth, Paradise Lost and Katatonia. My first introduction to Paul Kuhr and Co was their “The Pale Haunt Departure” album, a splendid doom/death album with some slight progressive overtones. Their subsequent records...