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Funeral — In Fields of Pestilent Grief (2001)
Funeral was the first Doom Metal band to use female vocals in their music. Not in the boring cheesy way the Gothic bands do. They managed to make those vocals to go precisely and perfectly with heavy and low-tuned riffs. And (sadly) this album is the last one where they used female vocals.

Genre: Doom Metal
Release Year: 2001
Country: Norway


1. Yield to Me
2. Truly a Suffering
3. The Repentant
4. The Stings I Carry
5. When Light Will Dawn
6. In Fields of Pestilent Grief
7. Facing Failure
8. What Could Have Been
9. Vile Are The Pains
10. Epilogue

© CD cover by Mark Lee.

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