OOR-010

Gloominous Doom
“Doomed If You Do,
Doomed If You Don’t” CD

Release Date: November 10, 2007

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Artist Information Page

Gloominous Doom’s first full-length, Doomed If You Do, Doomed If You Don’t, was released on November 10, 2007 by DRP Records and Overdose On Records. Produced by PA scene fixture Frank Phobia and supported by Phobia’s long-running DRP label, the LP garnered considerable critical acclaim, and solidified the band’s reputation as one of the most unique, dynamic, and creative new bands the Philadelphia/Reading area had to offer. Their ska-infused death metal assault caused the influential Sludge Swamp blog to name their debut as “a killer album for the ska fan who wandered into metal and grew on it”.

Track Listing:

  1. Triumph Of Good Over Evil
  2. Dead Hookers In Paradise 

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  3. Gurgling Cess Pool Of Slime
  4. Death Roll
  5. Washer At The Ford 

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  6. Jfkfc
  7. Battle In The Goblin Realms
  8. Fighting Into The Darkness Against The Corpse Of The Zombie Queen
  9. The White Mist Of Summer Mountain Road

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Reviews:
Origivation Magazine
Mostly a speed-punk/metal record with uncharacteristically laid back vocals, is high-energy embodied, with rumbling lows and squealing highs. The surprisingly slower Into Forever shows off the bands talent for riff-based tunes that aren’t at blazing speeds, and the faithfulness to headbangability is impressive.