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Non-traditional Black Metal Recs?

I've been jamming these bands a lot, and I'm looking for more "weird" or experimental black metal. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy Darkthrone and Bathory and all that, I just prefer the weird shit. So anything like any of these groups would be much appreciated.
1Gnaw Their Tongues

Everything this Mories guy puts out is gold. I don't care if most of it is pointless noise.

3Ash Borer

This whole noisey/droney/doomy without-being-alcest thing that ash borer and fell voices do is
pretty cool. I remember when I first heard about them on metal bandcamp like a year or two ago, I
said fuck this hipster shit! Oh well.
4Stagnant Waters

This band is pure insanity. Anything like Stagnant Waters would be much appreciated.
5Sunn 0)))

So they're not really black metal, but any bands legitimately fusing black metal and drone are
awesome. And I can't help but really love Attila Csihar's vocals.
6Young and in the Way

I bet pitchfork covers this band now. No care. Young and in the Way slays.

I like all of these pretentious cassette bands. I can't tell if it's a joke backlash against vinyl or what,
but almost every band on the Rhinocervs label (and their sister labels) are uncompromisingly
8The Axis of Perdition

As much as I like experimental black metal, I find myself preferring these guys' more traditional
albums. Industrialized black metal is a genius idea though.
9Make a Change...Kill Yourself

I'm not really down with the whole depressive thing, but Make a Change's newest album is pretty
awesome. I have a soft spot for tremolo riffs that repeat for twenty minutes more-or-less, I guess.

Yeah I enjoy deathspell omega and bands that sound just like them. I guess this website is getting
to me.
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