Tiamat's "Wildhoney" is actually considered to be a seminal doom metal record. Strange, because they are far more stoner rock than doom. Nonetheless, as a doom metal fan myself, I find Wildhoney to be pretty cool. It mixes some doom and metal elements: crunching guitars, growled vocals and pounding drums, with more unusual elements of folk and stoner rock.
There are actually only 6 genuine songs, which are broken up by fairly pointless ambient instrumental sections, but the songs themselves are excellent. After the intro, the crunchingly heavy "Whatever that hurts" blends superbly into the outstanding "the AR" with eerie female backing vocals, a monumental riff and some unusual keyboards. The only song I don't really like is "A Pocket Size Sun" which is so drug influenced as to be incomprehensible. This aside, all the tracks are good ranging from Moonspell esque metal to the Opeth style acoustic guitars of "do you dream of me" and the straight up Kyuss desert rock of "A Pocket Size Sun". Overall, its a great, if a little short, record with some solid metal songs.