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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by DoomsdayZach, Feb 15, 2006.
Tony MacAlpine - The King's Rhapsody
Reminds me of Genesis and FF7...
check on youtube tracks from Leprous's "the congregation",better than "Coal",it grows on me very much as "bilateral"
It`s not rock/metal, but it`s just perfect.
I came across this band and song via random youtube surf and I really like it muscially, but I just can't get into the vocals.. Same thing with some other black metal bands I've heard.. Are there any good instrumental black metal bands?
This never gets old:
Grind it! :zombie:
Ahhhhh! I just saw this! Honestly, i dont know of any but a google search.came up with this. I dont know how much help this will be because i havent heard of any of these and i havent been listening to BM recently.. just havent been in the mood. But maybe something here is good. http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=60494
Sorry I couldnt be more help dude.
Not an avid fan of them or their music, but their pre 2000 era was quite magical IMO. And generally I like Therion's music. :hotjump:
Children of Bodom - Morrigan
Amorphis - Death of a King
Call me impressed! I think Under the Red Cloud could be their best album since Skyforger, even though their last 2 album weren't exactly bad by any means. I do hope I don't feel this way because of this track having the benefit of both Glanzmann's flute and Lopez's percussion; however, the chorus is what gives me this feeling the most, and the guest contributions don't have any parts in the chorus so we will see.
np: Pain of Salvation - In the flesh <3
Katatonia - Onward into battle
I don't know why i don't listen to these guys more good stuff!!
This is some solid prog metal
Really loving the new album from Wulfhook!