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Leprous - The Congregation - Studio Diary

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  1. DanielKRego

    DanielKRego New Metal Member

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    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    I cannot stop listening to that new song. Every day I have to play it on Youtube. Really enjoyed that studio diary video, pretty cool how they record the guitars and bass at home all DI in an incredibly modest set up but still sound awesome, cause you know, amazing players and great guitars.

    I'm curious who the hell that bassist is, because in the drum recording videos you can see the red-haired dude who played on the Coal tour(s) in the studio with them, but the bassist recording and (and featured in the video) is another guy. The bass sounds monstrous on The Price.
     
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    Genius Gone Insane http://www.¯\(°_o)/¯.com

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    Dude this fucking album us unbelievable. Holy shit.
     
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    DanLights Santa Hat Forever

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    Yup, it's album of the year for me along with Paradise Lost's "The Plague Within". The melancholic atmosphere of Moon, the catchy The Price, the amazing buildup and complexity of Rewind, etc etc. So much sadness in general, with that synthy background to it. I can't say it's better than "Coal" but hey, Coal is the best album I've heard in years, I doubt anything will come close to that one anytime soon. This one stands on its own, in no way trying to imitate the cohesion and power of Coal.
     
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    Heabow More cowbell!

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    I love this band and.. damn, Bogren is a killer.
     
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    Leprous delivers as always.
     
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    Yeah, this albums is so good it's unfair. Best new album I've heard in years.
     

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