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Doomed Timeline Theory

by Doomed Timeline Theory

-music can be described as a mix between the 70s and 90s sound, ranging from Stoner, through dark atmospheres, with a combination of the first Doom from Sabbath and a dash of grunge vibes from Soundgarden. -The band was formed in Lugano, Switzerland in 2015, with the intent of gathering a line up of professional musicians that have had great experience over the years playing in other international bands such as: Tipsy Road, MaJa, Blend 71, Gropath, Parole Perse, while opening for bands such as: Drowning Pool, Gotthard, Coroner, Extrema and Steve Rogers Band.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Doom/Stoner Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It´s O-dead
5:50 album only
2. The Day That the Crown Was Deposed
4:38 album only
3. Last Bow
4:20 album only
4. Polyhedral
7:10 album only
5. Innerblack
10:53 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
-They are inspired by the roots of the 70s scene and up to the heavier sounds of the 90s.
Like a mix of stoner-doom and grunge, mixed up with some metal!
The music is dark and heavy, yet powerful and with great vocals!

-The album was produced, recorded and mixed at Stairwaystudio (SWI) by Stefano Scenini
and mastered at Bionic Mastering studio (USA) by Tom Hutten.

-check out the cool video for the track; "It´s O-dead" on youtube!



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