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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by foulwing, Mar 22, 2005.
This thread makes babies cry.
Yeah should stop mentioning nickleback
I found a song of theirs to listen to called 'Someday You Will Remind Me'. It's probably the heaviest thing I've ever heard (except for Linkin Park). Thanks for the recommendation. I can add them to my heavy metal playlist now.
^haha, is that the thing where they play two of their songs at the same time and they match up perfectly?
that track is fucked.. the chorses and shit are all the same.. i laugh so hard when i hear it
Take a gander.
I don't care. However, Roadrunner is not an extreme metal label. Roadrunner USED to have Fear Factory, Death, Obituary, Suffocation, Deicide on thier roster and then they sold out to the nu metal trend.
However, if Opeth are signing to Roadrunner, I'll do an internship there being that Roadrunner's offices are in NYC.
Otherwise, best of luck to Opeth, but I'm thinking other labels could do them justice, as Roadrunner hardly promotes the extreme bands on thier roster, there for forcing them to leave for greener pastures.
i enjoy nickelback alot.
I like how the drum beats are EXACTLY the same...
mikael akerfeld enjoys nickelback
that's cool, but mikael akerfeldt doesn't.
opeth found their new label: http://www.rocafella.com/artist.aspx?key=1&v=newsdetail&article=50¤t=true lolz omgfgggg arpil folLS!
Just be glad the lyrics aren't like this!
lamentations, woo woo woo,
death, grim, eating a shoe
no place to go, no chicks to do
doom, damnation......... nigga.
p.s. check out the new opeth logo in my sig.
That was terrible Oinkness.
Are Type O Negative still on roadrunner? they got an allright amount of exposure, there was a Type O poster in the library here for a while.
As long as they get priored I don't care which label they sign.
...Maybe Mikael Akerfeldt does, Mikael Åkerfeldt doesn't.
I am hoping that they are going to start their own label, self-produce the album and sign a massively lucrative distribution or licensing deal with one of the labels currently bidding.
That way they have complete artistic control, direct influence on marketing and promotion... and erm, adding another aspect to the "thieving record label" arguments that we so love.
You all have got too much time havent you?