Around the time Peaceville was starting up, Doom were stirring the Underground. A union seemed inevitable.
Doom's Total Doom, the band's second album, was originally released in 1989. An undisputed crust-punk classic.
Doom are an English crust punk band from Birmingham, England, whose first, influential lineup were together from 1987 to 1990. Despite its short existence, the band is considered pivotal in the rise of crust punk, a style within the punk rock subgenre that fuses extreme metal with anarcho-punk. They recorded for Peaceville Records and are cited as an early precursor to the grindcore style of heavy metal music. Doom were also a favorite of BBC Radio DJ John Peel.
Doom began as The Subverters with Jon Pickering (bass/vocals), Bri Doom (guitar) and Jason Hodges (drums). After Jason was replaced by new drummer, Mick Harris, the band changed its name to Doom.
The cult 1989 album from the Birmingham UK crust punk gods is released on heavyweight double vinyl with gatefold sleeve on March 31st & can be pre-ordered HERE. ...