Doom metal from 2019 – the best new and upcoming doom metal albums
I will be keeping tabs on the best doom metal albums from 2019 in an article, just like last year. I bet you will find something interesting here if you’re a doom metal fan. Please comment if I’m missing out on some cool new doom metal, I’m always up for checking out new music. Also, don’t miss the same 2019 list for death metal.
Metal playlists filled with 2019 metal music
Just looking for new metal music and too bored to read my full articles? I’ve made playlists on YouTube and Spotify for 2019 metal music. Keep tabs on these if you want to make finding the best new metal music easy!
Metal 2019 YouTube playlist
Metal 2019 Spotify playlist
Candlemass – The Door to Doom (Sweden, 22 February)
Johan’s return to Candlemass is the best news about 2019 metal music so far. The first song is very promising and his voice still sounds kickass. Really looking forward to this one!
Ethereal Darkness – Smoke and Shadows (20 February)
New melodic death/doom metal project with plenty of potential.
Helevorn – Aamamat (Spain, 23 January)
Spain’s Helevorn has been a producer of quality death/doom metal for a long time, and there’s no reason to believe that “Aamamata” will be nothing but kickass.
Kaunis Kuolematon – Elämä ei tarvitse minua (Finland, 14 February)
It’s no secret that Kaunis Kuolematon is one of my favorite doom metal bands. The single from this upcoming EP sounds like they’re keeping up the quality music.
Mistveil – Amnesia (Greece, 2 January)
Debut album from promising melodic death/doom metal band Mistveil. The song below features none other than myself on guest growls!
Nailed to Obscurity – Black Frost (Germany, 11 January)
Somewhere between melodic death metal and death/doom, Nailed to Obscurity gained a lot of popularity with their 2017 album “King Delusion”. Judging by the pre-released songs, this seems to be another good one.
Swallow the Sun – When a Shadow Is Forced Into the Light (Finland, 25 January)
I haven’t been that happy with Swallow the Sun’s latest few albums, but I’m sure this is something that will wind up on many doom metal fans top lists.