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Sunn O)))

160 fans
Country: USA
Label: Southern Lord Recordings

Links: Official website

Formed in: 1998

1998- Drone doom metal
1998- Dark Ambient


1998-  Stephen O'Malley - guitars
1998-  Greg Anderson - guitars
2003-  Attila Gábor Csihar - vocals
2003-2009  Joe Preston - bass
2014  Scott Walker - vocals
2002  Runhild Gammelsæter - vocals
2002-2007  Joe Preston - bass, electronics, guitars, programming
2002-2007  Rex Ritter - keyboards
2003-  Attila Gábor Csihar - vocals
2003  Nate Carson - kettledrums
2004  Dawn Smithson - bass
2004  Peter Rehberg - electronics
2005-  Steve Moore - electronics, keyboards, trombone
2005-  Oren Ambarchi - guitars, keyboards
2005-  Tos Nieuwenhuizen - synthesizers
2005  John Wiese - electronics
2005  Kevin Drumm - keyboards
2005-2006  Malefic - vocals
2005-2006  Atsuo Mizuno - percussion, vocals
› 2009  -//- drums
2006  Mark Deutrom - bass
2006  Holy McGrail - keyboards
2006  Randall Dunn - electronics
2006-2007  Bill Herzog - bass, percussion
2006-2007  Justin Broadrick - electronics, guitars
2007  Lasse Marhaug - electronics
2007  Daniel O'Sullivan - keyboards
2000  Peter Stahl - vocals
2000  Petra Haden - violin, vocals
2000  Scott Reeder - bass
2002  Merzbow - noise, programming, vocals
2003  Julian David Cope - vocals
2003  Rex Ritter - keyboards
› 2015  -//- moog
2003  Runhild Gammelsæter - vocals
2005  Scott Conner - vocals
2005  Wrest - vocals
2006  Bill Herzog - chimes, percussion
› 2009  -//- electric tamboura, vocals
2015  Oren Ambarchi - guitars, oscillator
2015  Randall Dunn - synthesizers
2015  Steve Moore - synthesizers
2015  Brad "B.R.A.D." Mowen - percussion

Latest reviews

Six years after their acclaimed Monoliths & Dimensions album, and multiple collaborations, including ones with Nurse With Wound, Ulver, and even Scott Walker, the legendary drone duo of Sunn O))) is finally back with a new full length, in the form of Kannon. Yet to say that the overall impact of this release is anticlimactic would quite possibly be the understatement of 2015. Get ready to shed tears, O))) worshipers, because the mighty have fallen. And they've fallen quite hard.   Review by Apothecary ››
So Sunn O))) seem to have been taking a liking to collaborations as of late. This in itself is not a bad thing, as Greg Anderson and Stephen O'Malley have already proven themselves as versatile musicians capable of adapting their sound on multiple occasions. This time around, however, the duo chose to work with Avantgarde musician Scott Walker, the results of which were unfortunately a bit like mixing oil with water.   Review by Apothecary ››
Within the realm of experimentation in the metal genre, Sunn O))) and Ulver need little introduction. Both have consistently pushed boundaries over the past decade, the latter barely even being metal anymore at this point. So really, it was only a matter of time before some sort of joint effort between them spawned in 2014's Terrestrials, which can only be described as a complete and natural synthesis of the parties involved.   Review by Apothecary ››

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