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Caramons Poem

Discussion in 'Pyramaze' started by Thela hun ginjeet, Mar 25, 2008.

  1. Thela hun ginjeet

    Thela hun ginjeet New Metal Member

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    First off, hello everyone this is my first post on this forum! Seems like a good way to kill some time at work when the boss is not looking :heh:

    But every since I heard the samples and picked my jaw up off of the floor I wondered who's idea it was for Caramons Poem. I nearly excreeted a brick as soon as I realized it was based off of the Dragon Lance series, and immedatly went and told my friend who I work with about it who was not nearly as excited as I was. I guess I am just that much more awesome then he is!

    So, to my question I who is the geek of the band, because he is my new hero :D

    Love the songs!

    :kickass: For good mesure
     
  2. GuitarRage99

    GuitarRage99 Across The Rainbow Bridge

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    you may want to talk to Michael :p:headbang:
     
  3. Iced Dog

    Iced Dog The Stormrider's Pooch

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    I guess I'm the geek :lol:
    Dragonlance slays!


    :devil:
     
  5. Thela hun ginjeet

    Thela hun ginjeet New Metal Member

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    :worship: :worship:

    Well as promised you are now my new hero!

    :devil:

    Also, anyone here reading any good sci-fi or fantasy novels while we are on the topic (well sort of.) I am currently reading Xenocide, the Ender series also slays!
     
  6. muzmaze

    muzmaze pyramontyrsuidvan

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    Thats it! A new genre of metal...Geek / Metal.:lol:
     
  7. Iced Dog

    Iced Dog The Stormrider's Pooch

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    Yes, I'm in the midst of A Feast For Crows (book 4 in the A Song Of Ice And Fire series) by George RR Martin...highly recommended :)
     
  8. Thela hun ginjeet

    Thela hun ginjeet New Metal Member

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    There is, it's called power metal. :drum roll:

    But seriously look at some of the bands.

    Rhapsody, DRAGONforce, and such.

    But the geekiest metal album of ALL TIME is Arjen's Star One (not power metal I know), it has a song about Starwars, StarTrek, and Dune...
     
  9. muzmaze

    muzmaze pyramontyrsuidvan

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    Seriously, I see Pyramaze as the epic, fantastic, intelligent, thinking-Mans metal band that sometimes makes you wonder like a Child!:)
     
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    I don't think we need a whole genre for "Geek/Metal". I would be happy for it to be incorporated into a few songs here and there.

    Anyone a fan of "The Dark Saga"?
     
  11. muzmaze

    muzmaze pyramontyrsuidvan

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    Geek-fest 08', coming to a stage near you!:lol: Honestly, I'm as far from a geek as you could be, but have nothing against geekism.:)
    All for metal music that at times has emotion, tells of history, war, tales, etc. and is not too over the top technically or lyrically. The band Communic does this as good as anyone, while maintaining a thrashy-style.

    Dark Saga being / Iced Earth or Dark Saga-the brasilian metal band? Can't say I'm a fan of either one.
     
  12. Thorns On My Grave

    Thorns On My Grave I Am Vengeance

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    Everyone must read thew following:

    Sword of Truth (Terry Goodkind)
    Wheel of Time (Robert Jordan)
    Memory, Sorrow and Thorn (Tad Williams)
    Otherland (Tad Williams)

    The pinnacle of High Fantasy... as cool as Dragonlance CAN be, these books blow them all out of the water. No comparison.
     
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    Bah I have a lot of fantasy catching up to do. I haven't read any of these books nor any of the dragonlance books :p
     
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    The Wicked One Still menacing

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    I wonder if you guys have read the Hradini books by David Weber

    Oath Of Swords
    War Gods Own
    The Windriders Oath

    David Weber usually does science fiction but this stuff is amazing to me.
     
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    carbon Guitarist In The Making

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    I have read the Enders series.
    The first book, Enders Game, is probably my favorite book of all time. After that they're not as good as the first, but being as good as the first would have to be quite a task.
    All the books around enders game, outside of the xenocide quartet, is really good as well.
     
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    Poeticmadman Ghost In The Ruins

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    YOU guys should read books by Andrzej Sapkowski, I'm pretty sure that there is at least one book translated to english with more to follow soon. This is the best fantasy novels I ever read.
     
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    I read some of the sword of Truth and also Memory, sorrow and thorn from Williams. It like both series. Wheel of Time also should be good, but I am not reading that much fantasy anymore.

    For science fiction, I've always enjoyed Michael Crichton.
     
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    The guy who wrote The Witcher right?
     
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    Poeticmadman Ghost In The Ruins

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    Yep, The Witcher saga and the Narrenturm Trilogy.
    Both are excellent! :)
     
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    Iced Dog The Stormrider's Pooch

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    Windrider...great tune by Ensiferum :kickass: Think I'll put that on now :D
     

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