List of post-metal bands

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List of post-metal bands including artists that have at some point in their careers played post-metal.

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  35. ^ Freeman, Phil. "Review of Fluxion". Allmusic. Retrieved 14 November 2010. "The Ocean, a largely Berlin-based musical collective, occupy a space right near Neurosis, Isis, and Cult of Luna in the post-metal arena." 
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  48. ^ Ferman, Dave (30 July 1993). "At the main stage..." (fee required). Fort Worth Star-Telegram, archived by NewsBank. Retrieved 9 May 2007. "Tool's vicious, post-metal attack is one of the more intense offerings of the day..." 
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  50. ^ Baca, Ricardo (8 September 2006). "Reverb, 9/01: Tool". The Denver Post. Retrieved 9 May 2007. "...Tool's bag of post-metal goodies, and it's every bit as fear-inducing as it was in 1993." 
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  52. ^ Horsley, Jonathan (March 2011). "Kiwi death merchants destroy 'em all". Decibel (77): 32. ISSN 1557-2137. "What could be better than some evocatively bleak death metal while panic-buying canned goods and bottled water on the day when the chemical factory has turned the sky green and the river purple? New rager The Destroyers of All is a disorienting, desolate doozy, taking elements of weird post-metal to construct a sound that would be mother's milk to ADHD Neurosis fans." 
  53. ^ Freeman, Phil. "Everything Is Fire review". Allmusic. Retrieved 24 April 2011. "Their music combines the brutal, downtuned riffing of traditional death metal (think Immolation or Morbid Angel) with the dissonance and shifting time signatures of Gorguts and the slow, atmospheric passages reminiscent of Isis." 
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