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Discussion in 'Bloodbath' started by MadTinus, Mar 31, 2017.
Getting Sleeping Pulse vibes, might checkout the rest of this band
Still totally tripping on In Vain, amazing discovery!
I didnt know that Theme of Laura needed sax solo. Now i know it does. This is fantastic cover.
Not as good as the original obviously, but still nice
It seems more cheery, but I feel like there is still some malencholy in this cover. Obviously, original (with extended parts shown only during some E3) is better, but it's still fucking solid.
3:18 the solo stars if somebody didnt hear the full version + there is outro. Although it's rough, i still listen to it over the short version.
Youtube making a good suggestion?! In 2018?! When all music sucks?!
Its so fucking dope. Time to dive into japanese jazz.
Wagakki band, I'd say something like Korpiklaani, which I really enjoyed until everything they released sounded exactly the same.
+ the guy playing ching chong flute is a god sometimes, I wonder what's his lung capacity is.
Found some beautiful Spanish folk music, Sangre de Muerdago – Noite, which has been kind company while getting through today's drudgery.
Cant hear vocals for shit, if you want to create a wall of sound at least do it right, jesus.
i never liked bob marley until i heard his live stuff, lots of cool shit. concrete jungle, i shot the sherrif, africa unite, jammin.
I've been seeing more metal with different cultural influences lately and it's all been really interesting. It's a nice change to hear something both familiar and different as the same time.
Black Kirin from China put out a really cool black metal album about the Nanking Massacre. It's loaded with traditional Chinese instruments that integrate into the music perfectly. I don't know the language but you can feel what they were trying to convey.
Ive never heard chinese metal before. And since its black metal I cant even be sure if its chinese, since the lyrics are impossible to understand.
If you want eastern instruments in metal/rock I will recommend Wagakki Band again. A great mix of heavy instruments and traditional ones. And the lyrics are understandable.
Black Kirin is very good. Have you heard Zuriaake? They're less aggressive, but I really like the atmosphere in their songs. E.g.:
The label that put out releases from both of those bands, Pest Productions, is worth exploring: https://pestproductions.bandcamp.com/
Listened to new Lordi album. Good shit, I like Lordi for the fact that they dont really change, stick to whats working. Sure, their songs might be hit or miss, but there are always few good tracks.
And I absolutely love track names.
02 Your Tongue's Got The Cat
03 Romeo Ate Juliet
04 Naked In My Cellar
05 The Beast Is Yet To Cum
07 SCG9: The Documented Phenomenon
08 Slashion Model Girls
09 Rimskin Assassin
10 Hell Has Room
11 Hot & Satanned
12 Sodomesticated Animal
13 Haunting Season
Eurobeat is the shit.
Currently blasting this remix, the chorus part is pumping me up hard. Wish metal still did this for me.
I hope you listen to Hinoi Team.