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Discussion in 'Bloodbath' started by EmeticGore, Sep 9, 2007.

  1. EmeticGore

    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    Anybody know of some good production DM bands with good singers?
    The singer(s) should kind of stand out a bit unlike most of that garbage where it sounds as if they're mumbling lol
    ie-Cannibal Corpse, Necrophagist(Even though muhammed is amazing at guitar)

    I already know most, but there might be a few kicking around I don't know about.

    These are my top picks for vocalists(of all time too, which defenately arent many.)
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    Aeon
    Amon Amarth EDIT
    Behemoth
    Bloodbath
    Blood Red Throne
    Hate
    Hypocrisy
    Deicide and Vital Remains (Only some songs though)
    Testament (Basically only one song which was Demonic Refusal)
    Torture Killer (The old singer was pretty good. I hate Chris Barnes)
     
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    Hmm, Edge Of Sanity?
     
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    Edge Of Sanity rapes, Swanö use to have some of the greatest death vox.
     
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    Godhate (ex-Throneaeon) they ruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuule!!!! One of the Sweden’s finest death metal band nowadays.

    Myspace adress:

    http://www.myspace.com/godhate

    One my favourite bands :kickass:
     
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    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    I tried edge of sanity a couple times. Vocals arent too shabby but the style seems strained, although original.
     
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    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    ooOOoo I like that lol. Nice choice :)
     
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    Ever heard Dan Swanö - Moontower then?
    Progressive death with keyboards. :)

    Or Torchbearer?
    Or Novembers Dooms new album, they are more DM nowdays.
     
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    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    I like Torchbearer best out of all. The deeper singer is pretty amazing.
     
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    Tumn baptized in blood

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    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    Not bad lol. Decent production for their time. Would be nice if they tried at it again now that there's better technology out there.
     
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    Tumn baptized in blood

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    Go download their albums, the newest one is from 1999.
     
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    meh i wasnt so impressed with novembers doom's new cd. i mean when you got into the songs they were really cool, but you can only take so much of that cd until it gets boring.
     
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    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    Yeah kind of. To be honest I think the only band who has albums I don't get bored of is Dimmu Borgir and they arent even Death Metal. Every song has something special too it.

    I wish most DM bands would be like that. Six Feet Of Foreplay is actually starting to go towards that path. So I'm keeping an eye on them
     
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    Check out:
    Trauma - These guys are pretty damn decent, and I love their vocalist (new and old ones) because their voice have a lot of power behind them. Though I don't like the new song "Altar of Vanity" on the myspace at all... Check out "Decayed By False" and "Elegy for Doom"

    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=85108518

    Path Of Golconda - Singer owns all. He also has huge strength in his vocal style, he gets really deep and high and never sounds at all strained. Their album "Destination: Downfall" was absolutely amazing and very new sounding. Myspace songs are not very good choices though....

    http://www.myspace.com/pathofgolconda

    Divine Empire- You might know them, and they are good old fashioned death metal. Worth a listen

    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=22516759
     
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    Same here, i dont like it much at all. TPHD is really good though.
     
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    Belac Flesh To Steel

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    Also largely agreed. TPHD to me was the perfect fuson of their Death Metal and Doom Metal styles... To Welcome The Fade and TPHD were really well done though. Everything before and after I found boring.
     
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    Trauma is fucking great, but Vader is better :)
     
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    Since we are talking different bands, what do you guys think about Dissections last album?
    Ive seen many posts by ppl saying its too catchy etc, I fucking love it.
    Been listening to it since release and it never bores me.
     
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    Too catchy??? What not Trvv enough for people? It was a re-invention and a very good one at that. I think it was an awesome album, it has a sort of unique thing about it.
     

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