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Who Dies in Siberian Slush

Founded in 2003 as a one-man band, “Who Dies In Siberian Slush” was primarily oriented on melodic death doom; however later on it acquired death doom/funeral sounding. The centerpiece of WDISS compositions is a person forever entrapped in the lingering winter of his inward. The first similarly named demo recording, “Who Dies In Siberian Slush”, was released in 2004 in a quantity of 30 CDR pcs, which were distributed among friends. In May 2005 10 CDR pcs of the same material with some alterations were re-issued by the project’s founder E.S. and also distributed among friends. In 2006 ...read more

Founded in 2003 as a one-man band, “Who Dies In Siberian Slush” was primarily oriented on melodic death doom; however later on it acquired death doom/funeral sounding. The centerpiece of WDISS compositions is a person forever entrapped in the lingering winter of his inward. The first similarly named demo recording, “Who Dies In Siberian Slush”, was released in 2004 in a quantity of 30 CDR pcs, which were distributed among friends. In May 2005 10 CDR pcs of the same material with some alterations were re-issued by the project’s founder E.S. and also distributed among friends. In 2006 “Who Dies In Siberian Slush” issued two internet singles: “Mobius Ring. Part I” and “Bitterness”, where the music started to tend towards funeral doom. The compositions were given a warm reception both in Russia and abroad. By the end of December 2007 “Who Dies In Siberian Slush” records its demo “Blood Pressure”. In January 2008 the CDR recordings were distributed among friends and interested parties. By November 2008 “Who Dies In Siberian Slush” acquired a full line-up consisting of a guitarist, bassist, and a drummer. This affected the band’s musical concept: “Who Dies In Siberian Slush” ultimately entrenched itself in the chosen style, based on freezing, tenebrous funeral doom. In May 2009 WDISS recorded an Internet single entitled “Rehearsal Tape”. Two months later the band released its first video “Mobius Ring”. The rest of 2009 the band spends in preparations for live performances and recording of a full-length album « hide

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