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Discussion in 'Novembre' started by Nostalgiaplatz, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. mirogarm

    mirogarm New Metal Member

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    Isole - Bliss Of Solitude
    Arkan - Hilal
    Forest Silence - Philosophy Of Winter
    Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
    Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
    Pleurisy - Experience The Sacrilege
     
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    Nightmist Cuore Rossoblù

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    Amon Amarth - Twilight Of The Thunder God :kickass:
    Daylight Dies - Lost To The Living
    Evergrey - Torn
     
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    Amon Amarth - Twilight of the Thundergod
    Saturnus - Veronika Decides to Die
    Into Eternity - The Incurable Tragedy
    Swallow the Sun - The Morning Never Came
    Neuraxis - The Thin Line Between
    (always lots of Opeth, Katatonia, Dark Tranquillity, In Flames and Insomnium thrown into the mix too)
     
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    Ozzloaf Art Geek

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    According to Last.Fm this week I'm into:
    Opeth
    Bloodbath
    Mastodon
    Sigur Rós
    The Sword
    Amon Amarth
    Isis
    Tool
    Baroness
    Porcupine Tree
    Gojira
    High on Fire

    I'm always into Tool and Opeth though...
     
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    Sentenced - Crimson (2000)
    Charon - Tearstained (2000)
    Katatonia - The Great Cold Distance (2006)
    Reflexion - Dead to the Past (2007)
    Soilwork - Sworn to a grand divide (2007)
    Dragonland - Astronomy (2006)

    My playlist for the week.
     
  6. Nostalgiaplatz

    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    Cynic - Traced in Air (I swear I could almost hear some Novembre influence, eventho I'm doubtful about Cynic members knowing about Novembre, there's a few parts which remember me of the "new Novembre style") - AWESOME ALBUM!
    U2 - Discography
    Labyrinth - Freeman (melodic metal from italy)
     
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    Souldrainer - Reborn.
    Poisonblack - Love Infernal.
    Amon Amarth - Twillight of the Thundergod.
    VNV Nation - Judgement.
     
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    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    It's been tough year in the army/navy and couldn't listen much new music..
    anyway these albums helped me to get through the big shit!

    Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-la-la Band - Horses In The Sky
    Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-la-la Band - 13 Blues for Thirteen Moons
    Agalloch - The White EP
    Sigur Rós - Discography, especially () album
    Do Make Say Think - Discography
    Opeth - Watershed
    Cult Of Luna - Eternal Kingdom
    65daysofstatic - Discography
    Mew - Frengers
    The Ocean - Precambrian
    Russian Circles - Discography
    Mogwai - The Hawk Is Howling
    Swallow The Sun - Plague Of Butterflies EP
    Yndi Halda - Enjoy Eternal Bliss

    And now lately I've been love with:
    The Evpatoria Report - Govleka
    The Evpatoria Report - Maar
    Gifts From Enola - Loyal Eyes Betrayed the Mind
    Maybeshewill - Not For Want Of Trying
     
  10. Nostalgiaplatz

    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    You guys around here share some quite good stuff!! I just became a fan of gifts from enola and if my wife wasn't around, I would've probably check each and every band! I will, one of these days, just check through all the pages of this thread and hear everyband that you've shared here, as I'm in serious need for some inspiring music. :)
     
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    All great choices
     
  12. Recordable

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    Thank you
    I saw Swallow The Sun live two weeks ago in Pori, Finland..
    they played whole Plague of Butterflies EP for start and then couple of the classics StS songs like Out of This Gloomy Light Swallow and Hold this Woe and one of my favourites: The Ship
    Great gig!
     
  13. Nostalgiaplatz

    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    This has been on and off on my laptop/mp3 player:

    Klimt 1918 - JICWWNMA (last album)
    Katatonia - Tonight's Decision
    Katatonia - Last Fair Deal Gone Down
    Katatonia - Viva Emptiness
    Katatonia - TGCD
    Mastodon - Crack the Skye
    My Dying Bride - For Lies I Sire
    Amorphis - Skyforger

    plus some Random american/brit pop stuff and Empire of the Sun - Walking on a Dream
     
  14. Stasera Piovon Gocce...

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    I've been a lot into NEKTAR. What a great band! I've listening carefully their discography and the ones I like the most are these:

    Journey to the Centre of the Eye (1971)
    A Tab in the Ocean (1972)
    Remember the Future (1973)
    Recycled (1975)
    Magic is a Child (1977)


    Another excellent recommendation is Maudlin of the Well and their brilliant comeback: Part the Second.
     
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    Hi, just wanted to check back into this forum as I have been gone from UM for quite some time. So off we go with another really meaningful post, just like in the old times ;)

    i'm currently into Primordial stuff a lot, don't really know why but the overall roughness of the music appeals somehow.

    :wave:
     
  16. Nostalgiaplatz

    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    hey malaclypse!! welcome back - you're part of the furniture of this forum and yours posts are always welcome!

    As for me, I've been into:

    Filter - the very best things (I love this band!)
    Tool- 10k days
    Devin Townsend - Terria / Infinity and so on.
    Boyce Avenue - The singer behind the pop covers is effin talented.
     
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    Malaclypse Active Member

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    Thanks for the welcome :) I'll try to stop by more often...

    Currently rediscovering:
    Meshuggah
    Sikth
     
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    I don't know what's happened to my metal side but lately I've been having a strong electro- and nu-jazz-season
    bands and artists like:
    The Cinematic Orchestra
    Jaga Jazzist
    Röyksopp
    Xploding Plastix
    Bonobo
    Amon Tobin
    Red Snapper

    Just amazing stuff, almost epic.
     
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    I finally own Novembrine Waltz! Been waiting a nice 4 years for a re-release
     
  20. Nostalgiaplatz

    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    Huh, Novembrine Waltz was re-released? is there any notice about this somewhere?

    Anyways, I've been mostly listening to the entire Anathema discography and the new Katatonia. The new Katatonia is quite easily their best album yet and this comes from someone who was never into the band aside from Viva Emptiness and the 2 albums before it. The new one really makes it for me, songs like Forsaken, Idle Blood and Day & Then the Shade, are simply phenomenal works of art. Unlike other releases, this one shows an incredible maturity on their side, but of course, I know some of the avid fans around this place will contest my comment :). I kind of think I can hear some Novembrine Waltz influences in the song "Day and then the Shade", the rhythm kind of reminds me of songs like Come Pierrot and Everasia.

    When it comes to Anathema, I've been mostly a fan of later day Anathema, especially anything released after "The Silent Enigma", excluding "Eternity", which I hadn't heard so much until this weekend and well, Anathema are certainly ranking in my top 3 again. It's like the kind of band I'd say has not done any mistakes in their career with any album.
     

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