doomy

doomy

(ˈduːmɪ)
adj
1. despondent or pessimistic
2. depressing, frightening, or chilling
ˈdoomily adv
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Playing a mix of hardcore and doomy black metal, the band was established in 2010 and has already played over 700 shows doing around 30 tours all across the US, Canada, Cuba, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and now Europe.
Since he came to prominence years ago with the doomy noir romanticism of 'Mona Lisa' and especially 'The Crying Game', Jordan has spent much of his time putting his own oddball spins on genre.
His music is quiet, inward-looking and magnificently doomy. A banjo string gets plucked and the accordion wheezes like an asthma attack.
Here, Becker is the invisible Wizard, pulling levers that turn Oz from a hallucinogen into a downer, thanks to The Floyd's doomy grown-up knowledge.
In a pessimistic pre-season the lack of creativity and firepower became a doomy mantra and the first half mauling at Millwall deepened the gloom.
They were holograms, and they swayed across the walls to a doomy arrangement of bells, drums, and spectral voices: the soundtrack to the dawn of time.
"I don't think it's as doomy or gloomy as the biggest reports in the city might portend," Douglas Wagner, executive vice president of broker services at Bond Real Estate, said.
The leak says that Doomy will be on the PTR very soon, "days not months," and is a counter to tanks with a lot of health.
And I have no idea what this rather doomy sentence means: 'Without reciprocity and cooperation, the fabric of society will collapse and we will lose our individual and collective humanity and identity' (Deurzen & Adams, 2016: p 40).
Indeed, the couple's new LP Unseen is out next month, and it promises more of the doomy gothic lullabies that have carved them out as two of the most idiosyncratic songwriters working in the industry today.
Chris Gascoyne and David Neilson, known to Coronation Street fans as Peter Barlow and Roy Cropper, came to Glasgow determined to tempt soap lovers into the doomy world of Ireland's most famous nihilist playwright.
It takes great pleasure in being a 'serious drama' so it's doomy, gloomy and bloody miserable.