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The Order Of Israfel

The Order Of Israfel is a doom rock band from Sweden.

There are bands that are just too big and wide-ranging to fit in a box, like The Order Of Israfel. Tom Sutton (ex-Church Of Misery) and Patrik Andersson Winberg (ex Doomdogs) two members of the line-up, already have made it in the Doom scene, so this is a sure indication that this band will break any speed records. And of course, The Order Of Israfel are rooted in Doom, but they shouldn’t be reduced to the pure slow-motion sound, because Wisdom is clearly too complex. Wisdom is a record of big gestures and stories and is ...read more

The Order Of Israfel is a doom rock band from Sweden.

There are bands that are just too big and wide-ranging to fit in a box, like The Order Of Israfel. Tom Sutton (ex-Church Of Misery) and Patrik Andersson Winberg (ex Doomdogs) two members of the line-up, already have made it in the Doom scene, so this is a sure indication that this band will break any speed records. And of course, The Order Of Israfel are rooted in Doom, but they shouldn’t be reduced to the pure slow-motion sound, because Wisdom is clearly too complex. Wisdom is a record of big gestures and stories and is full of epic beauty and magic. This is not music to be consumed just casually, but a widescreen sound with invitation to dive into tempting and dangerous world. Doom, Hard Rock, Metal, Folk - The Order Of Israfel play with many elements and form a compact unit out of it, with songs to never get boring. A mystical and mysterious album with a high potential to get addicted to. In short: An entry made to measure! « hide

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Red Robes
2016

3.2
3 Votes
Wisdom
2014

3.5
1 Votes

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