It's near impossible to be a metalhead and not have at least some sort of appreciation for doom metal. After all, the very birth of this grandiose music we've all come to know and love can be traced back to February of 1970, when Black Sabbath released their self-titled debut and completely changed the game forever. It's been argued that every riff written since then was copied from Black Sabbath mastermind Tony Iommi, and while this is probably not true, Black Sabbath's influence on heavy metal cannot be overstated. Now, doom metal seems to be in a revival state of sorts, and included in this revival is the sudden population of the genre with female fronted bands. Witch Mountain, Christian Mistress, and Castle have all released impressive albums within the past couple of years, and it's safe to add yet another band to this ever-growing list of female-fronted doom bands: Las Vegas, Nevada's own Demon Lung.