9 thoughts on “ The War Of All Against All - Botanist - III: Doom In Bloom (CD, Album) ”

  1. In Botanist released its debut album, a 2xCD on tUMULt entitled "I: The Suicide Tree / II: A Rose From the Dead." The followup, "III: Doom in Bloom / Allies", was released in , consisting of a disc of original material and a disc of material by friends of the band composed around the album's drum tracks.
  2. Jul 09,  · BOTANIST "III: Doom In Bloom/Allies" (Totalrust Music)I've listened to many albums over the years, some of them being in the subgenre vaguely defined as 'Avant Garde Doom' (for what it's worth or suppsoed to mean), and I've been accustomed to being surprised by some of the music bands are capable to create.
  3. album: "III: Doom In Bloom" () Quoth Azalea, The Demon (Rhododendoom II) Deathcap Ganoderma Lucidum Vriesea Ocimum Sanctum Amanita Virosa Panax The Ejaculate On The Petals Of The Femme Orchid, Part 1 The War Of All Against All Cordyceps Total Entarchy Nymphaea Carulea It Lives Again The Ejaculate On The Petals Of The Femme Orchid, Part 2.
  4. album: "III: Doom In Bloom" () 1. Quoth Azalea, The Demon (Rhododendoom II) 2. Deathcap 3. Ganoderma Lucidum 4. Vriesea 5. Ocimum Sanctum 6. Amanita Virosa 7. Panax 8. The Ejaculate On The Petals Of The Femme Orchid, Part 1 9. The War Of All Against All Cordyceps Total Entarchy Nymphaea Carulea It Lives Again
  5. Black metal’s moved on. It’s all about the flora, Gaia theory and Ted Kaczynski’s eco-terrorist spiel. We’re fighting a war and shooting ourselves in the foot. It’s the day of the fucking Triffids and it’s up to San Fran one-man band The Botanist (aka Otrebor) to save humanity .
  6. I: The Suicide Tree / II: A Rose From the Dead by Botanist, released 02 July 1. Dracocephalum 2. Invoke the Throne of Veltheimia 3. Helleborus Niger 4. Whorl 5. Forgotten in Nepenthes 6. Aldrovanda Ascendant 7. Chaining the Catechin 8. Dionea Muscipula 9. Clematopsis Rhododendoom Gorechid Cerbera Odollam Bromeliad
  7. Botanist’s previous releases—I: The Suicide Tree / II: A Rose from the Dead (tUMULt, ), III: Doom in Bloom (TotalRust, ) and most recently, ’s IV: Mandragora (The Flenser, )—have seen much critical acclaim, landing on NPR’s 25 Best Metal Albums, Metal Sucks’ Top 15 Metal Albums, Metal Injection’s Top 10 Releases.

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