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Peter's Vocal Performance On Hell Is Where I Stay Vs. Eaten

Discussion in 'Hypocrisy' started by bloody_hypocrite, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. bloody_hypocrite

    bloody_hypocrite DM Veteran

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    Guys, for those who heard the new album, what do you think of Peter's vocal performance of the track "Hell Is Where I Stay " from the new album compared to his performance from Nightmares Made Flesh track "Eaten?" Is it deeper and much more brutal?
     
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    Nothing beats Eaten growls wise

    I dare anyone to say the opposite
     
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    bloody_hypocrite DM Veteran

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    Yeah.. that's what I thought also... but I think Hell Is Where I Stay is a close second....
     
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    I don't know why, but "Eaten" doesn't stand out to me at all in terms of Peter's most impressive vocals. I don't know if it's the production or what, but as a huge Tagtgren fan, this song doesn't impress me too much.

    To me, his vocals on "Hypocrisy Destroys Wacken" are the best he's ever done. It's got the deepest/highest vocals and everything else Peter is known for. It's got it all. But in terms of studio albums, I've been listening to "Global Domination" nonstop for a while now and it never fails to impress.
     
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    shadoweagle Kelvin Kalvus

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    jep, wacken '98 is the most impressive vocal performance ive ever heard
    and i find the performance on hell is where i stay and many other hypo studio songs much more interesting and impressiv than that one on eaten
     
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    EmeticGore Remove The Limbs

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    Sorry but nothing Peter has done in the past/present compares to his outrageous performance on NMF. His lows sound weird in Hell is where I stay... almost like his voice is slightly cracking. Signs of age my friends.
     
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    Belac Flesh To Steel

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    This. NMF vocals are absolutely crushing. I think the production is part of that, I noticed he mixes his own vocals with more distortion.

    That said Im not a big fan of Eaten overall even though it seems to have a reputation as an iconic death metal song. I just think the rest of the album is more interesting.

    The guy is a hell of a growler though I dont think his lows sound weird or cracking
     
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    PaganThunder Wotansvolk

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    Dam straight.
     
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    nizzon f.k.a Qth

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    Eaten sucks. Well that was kind of hard, but it almost does. The most boring BB track.
     

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