Origin: Germany
Genres: Doom Metal
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Doomshine  


Germany is not normally known for producing doom bands, but Doomshine, a newcomer to the scene, looks to change things. Thy Kingdoom Come is a classic doom album strongly reminiscient of Candlemass or Solitude Aeturnus -- in particular, they've nailed that crunchy Candlemass guitar sound perfectly, and at times vocalist Tim Holz does resemble Messiah Marcolin a bit, though he's far less operatic than Messiah. It's been awhile since such a well-executed pure doom album was released, and for that Doomshine are to be commended.

Current Members

Tim Holz

vocals/guitars

Sven Podgurski

guitars (Spiral Tower, Tragedy Divine)

Carsten Fisch

bass

Markus Schlaps

drums


Discography



Thy Kingdoom Come 
2004 Iron Glory
  1. Where Nothing Hurts But Solitude
  2. Venus Day
  3. Light A Candle For Me
  4. Creation (Sad Angel Legend - Chapter of Hope)
  5. Sleep With The Devil (Sad Angel Legend - Chapter of Belief)
  6. Shine On Sad Angel (Sad Angel Legend - Chapter Of Doom)
  7. A Room Without View
  8. The Cross (Still Stands For Pain)
  9. Valiant Child Of War
  • Tim Holz
  • Sven Podgurski
  • Carsten Fisch
  • Markus Schlaps

Reviews:   Metal Observer 



The Piper At The Gates Of Doom 
2010 Massacre
  1. Sanctuary Demon
  2. Actors of the Storm
  3. Hark! The Absurd Angels Fall
  4. Rivers of January
  5. Doomshine Serenade
  6. The Crow Pilot
  7. Cold Cypher Ceven
  8. Vanished
  9. Waltzhalla
  10. Godhunter
  • Tim Holz
  • Sven Podgurski
  • Carsten Fisch
  • Markus Schlaps

Reviews:   Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 

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