Reverend Bizarre was a doom metal band from Finland. They played slow and heavy traditional doom with dramatic vocals, following in the footsteps of bands such as Saint Vitus, Pentagram and Black Sabbath.
According to Albert Witchfinder, the band had planned three more full-length albums: Songs from the Funereal World, Heavier Than Life and How It Was Meant to Be, but this plan was later scrapped and the band made only one more LP, disbanding Reverend Bizarre "before it started to suck." The album, III So Long Suckers, was recorded in the first half of 2007, and released in August of that year. The band's last concerts were played during the autumn and winter of 2006 culminating in a final performance in Turku. The band was one of the biggest names in the fourth wave of traditional doom metal.
Two of the band's EPs, Harbinger of Metal and Return to the Rectory, actually exceed seventy minutes in length. Since their disbanding, Albert Witchfinder has a new band called The Puritan, ...