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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by combustion07, Jul 24, 2007.
Sedition and Pockets is an alt for who?
pretentious tosser confirmed
When they recorded Bestial Devastation I think the whole band was under 17 years old. It's very sloppy and shaky, technically. None of that really matters though.
so fucking what? to say they had no skill just because of their age shows how moronic and separated from reality some of your statements are. Fact of the matter is at that age they could have still played their instruments circles around most musicians from other genres.
Decapitated started when the members where 14-15(one being 12) and released some of the most technically mindblasting death metal of their time. so yeah, you're just a retard.
Ivar Bjørnson was 13 when he and Grutle created Enslaved. Ivar was always the main songwriter and you see the stuff they have done through their career. In nact, many of those Norwegian guys were around 13-17 when they started their bands.
Lemmy started Mötorhead when he was what, 29 or something?
Age doesn't count for shit.
@CiG @Terasophe @1:52 !!
I'm a sucker for weirdo oddball death metal, and this band was that to a T.
this fucking RIPS!
New shit from Hyperdontia.
Buddy of mines band I'm going to start filling in on guitar for. Let me know what you think
New band from the guy who originally started Decrepitaph.
Features members of Blood Incantation and Spectral Voice and they have a new EP out soon. Primitive gutsfucking shit.
I haven't listened to much newer death metal in recent years. Over the last couple of months, I've been slowly starting to pick through stuff that's come out in the last 10 years or so. Lately, I've been listening to Morbus Chron's Sweven a lot, but I'm honestly not sure what to make of it. There's a bunch to like in the details, and it certainly doesn't sound like anything else out there, but I keep waiting for a payoff that never seems to come. Like, the ability to build tension in songs is phenomenal, but the promised climax never gets delivered and everything just ends back up at those tooling atmospheric arpeggiated bits. It almost feels like a really good post rock album wearing death metal's skin, and I can't tell if I love it or hate it. I'd be interested in what y'all think of this record. Especially @CiG and @TechnicalBarbarity
Am I missing something here? Overthinking it?
Damn I haven't listened to Sweven in ages man, I'd have to really sit down and play it again to say anything worth reading about it.
Kickass Pestilence type dm. Little bit of Death thrown in too
I'm digging that a lot. Thanks for sharing. On that note... Gonna catch Pestilence in just over a month!!!