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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by dreaming neon darkspot, Dec 9, 2007.
listening to the new Taake
have not heard yet. Any good?
Amon Amarth - Prediction of Warfare
I have been listening to Keep of Kalessin-Reptile alot lately.. I have also been listening to Enslaved- Ruun and Isa and of course Leah and I do our thrashing around our shop to DHIADW and DNB!
Keep of kalessin= great, but reptile = shit
haven't listen to 'em for years (sadly):
mr bungle is one of my favorites, well done video too, especially the 2nd half!
rockin Satyricon - Nemesis Divina
ahh its the tv version with all the naughty bits blurred out. song is still awesome.
I've always liked chiptunes. Can't help it.
what is this, nintendo music for a game that doesnt exist?
it's chip tunes and rock. chip-rock? lolol
hahah chip-rock. More like, "no thanks, not my thing-rock"
Max told me about this band. I've decided they rule.
i'm just getting started with ghost brigade after a recommendation from stefan... right now it's just "nice" but i'm hoping for a revelation
Bought three records last night.
Dream Theater's Scenes from a Memory (first time on vinyl!)
Thorr's Hammer - Dommedagsnatt
Nice! That is the best Dream Theater album; most cohesive and probably the least flashy. More attention to the song writing and the theme/concept of the album.
Can't say I dig it, sorry.
Robert Plant's unique rendition of Hey Joe.
i thought you were supposed to comment on the song before you oh well
regarding Scenes From a Memory - that album was the second I ever bought of theirs and always will be my favorite. Like you said it was true to the musical styling and concept. I will never tire of it. Thought I still prefer The Silent Man for some weird reason, it's so simplistic but epic.
Katatonia - Ghost of the Sun
^katatonia's awesome ov awesomeness... a bit tired of that song though
Finally sat down to listen to Steven Wilson's new solo album. Was hoping for good stuff since his last solo album was so great, but in the back of my mind, I knew that there was a chance it could follow the direction of the new, awful PT.
And the verdict... kinda shit. All his 'chances', his progressive proclivities, are totally stale and fall flat. It's very obvious what you're getting when you pick up a new Steve record: soulless melodrama, in-the-PC arrangements, and risk-taking that could've been a risk in 1966, but flat-out safe in this digital age.
In fact, Steven is kind of a hypocrite. He constantly laments this iPod-era of shuffled distraction and hard disks, while glorifying the analog past. Yet he composes entirely in Apple Logic, utilizes VSTs and Plug-ins for the majority of his studio experimentations, records digitally in his Mom's attic and on his laptop, and over-analyzes and edits every tiny nuance to the point of absolute sterility. Someone give this guy a tape deck so he can practice what he preaches.
That said, here's my favorite track.
New Lento record. HOLY FUCK IT'S GOOD.
Hit Play All, sit back, relax, and crank that shit.
That is really good, although I don't know how often I'd be able to play the entire album all the way through in one sitting.
Don't care about any of the stupid Ozzy vs Dio arguments (Dio is a better vocalist and lyricist at least), and I don't care if "Sabbath isn't Sabbath without Ozzy". This entire album was one of their best regardless. It's also pretty clear that this album and Dio (Rainbow) was a pretty big influence on Maiden.