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Discussion in 'Spastic Ink/Watchtower' started by Blaxheim, Jul 8, 2003.
good to hear Ron! Cant wait to get my hands on it
I've given Alex your email address - he's on tour at the moment but says he'll get in contact with you as soon as he can.
I just got the email from Alex, and sent him back a reply. Let's hope he's up for a project. It would be very cool if we could put something together!!
Have you checked out the DVD that comes with the latest Cannibal CD? Holy crap!!
And thanks again for the contact!
No problem - glad I could help. He was flattered that you were looking for him so I'm sure he'll be up for a project - can't wait to hear what you guys will come up with!
I've not seen that DVD yet - will have to check it out.
Did anyone mention LOINCLOTH!!! Cross Confessor with Breadwinner and that's what you get. Yippee!
If you ever get really stuck for something to listen to you could try my band Foe. Not fast, but we do use a lot of odd time signatures and write lengthy pieces of music that chop and change a lot. All instrumental.
All my other faves have been mentioned. Happy listening!
Toxik was a great technical thrash band. Their first album World Circus was ok, but their second effort Think This was out of this world. Evey prog or thrash fan must have this album.
Foe is really good ! I had to buy the damn album from amazon.co.uk... It was worth it though.
Hey, thanks man. Heh!
I thought of another...American Heritage
Early stuff is very complex and blisteringly heavy. We wait with baited breath for their new material.
indeed, you guys are really good...can't wait to hear some of Steve's contributions!
ok...that's all I have.
Deeds of Flesh
that new into eternity is pretty good. im into the journey vocals haha
thats sick if ron gets to play on that Death tribute. that new Disincarnate needs to come out ASAP. i wish someone did an orthodox prog-death metal band these days. tons of lazer/perfect 4th's and 5th's harmonizing and hilarious jazz drums (basically like newer Death)
Atrox, especially their albums "Terrestrials" (and on this one especially the songs "Ruin", "Mental Nomads", "Changeling" and "The Beldam Of The Bedlam") and "Orgasm". The latter allegedly features some strong Meshuggah-ish influences. (I can´t say whether this is true, since I´m not too familiar with Meshuggah.) In addition to (mostly) original music, you get Hieronymus Bosch-esque artwork, unusual lyrics and possibly some of the most extraordinary vocals ever to be featured on metal albums. "Orgasm" is rather moderate in this regard (and thus probably their most accessible album), but I don´t think it´s likely you will find vocals like those on their album "Contentum" (they sound to me like a mixture of Kate Bush, Nina Hagen and some oriental influences) and also on "Terrestrials" on any other metal album.
"Extraordinary" isn't the word I'd use to describe those vocals, but whatever floats your boat..
I don't think anyone mentioned Gorguts by the way. Shame on you.
Gorguts was actually the first reply to this thread.
Duh. A fool is me!
Hell yeah! This band kicks ass. I sent off for my demo a few weeks ago and I got confirmation that the guy was sending it today. I can't fucking wait. This band is going to blow up huge. I have seen so many links to that MySpace page in the last few weeks it's unbelievable.