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Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by Phoenix5, Feb 12, 2009.
No, my preacher kisses me.
Well that's what they're there for.
actually, i think he´s to old for the preachers.
Novembers Doom - Into Nights Requiem Infernal. Fucking awesome album, by far their best. Comes out in a couple days, I did a little mini review in their forums.
i wish they would re-record Elegy, their masterpiece, with Joutsen on vocals
Did you hear "Black Winter Day" with Joutsen on vocals? It's on their myspace site. Fuckin awesome!
I heard it a few times, it doesnt top The Pale Haunt imo.
Like always im having a hard time with Pauls vocalmelodies and... well, the clean singing in general.
Could use some SW-love.
He nailed it on Empathys Greed though.
Btw, Anathema has changed the title for their new album from Horizons to Angels Walk Among Us, a good move imo, I love that title and the song is absolutely worthy as a titletrack.
The new Cobalt is the AOTY so far, for sure.
giving the new He is Legend album a spin. dude is a crazy vocalist. not a bad song on this.
The new Shining is far from disappointing, not sure yet how it compares to Halmstad, but it's really good for sure.
Until now I would say:
Mastodon - Crack the Skye (masterpiece and totally drown in it)
Devin Townsend - Ki (sublime)
Amorphis - Skyforger (spectacular moments and amazing production)
New Novembers Doom is solid. Problem is, Dan Swano fucked up the production job in a big, muddy way. Way too over-produced, the riffs usually sound like they're wading through a shit pool, unless you listen really loud on a great sound system. So basically, I can only listen to it in my car.
Musically, though, Into Night's Requiem Infernal finds that band at the top of their game, even if it doesn't top The Pale Haunt Departure.
Pain of Salvation (?)
Amorphis-Skyforger is the best of the year for me so far.Katatonia will top it for sure
Novembers Doom and Amorphis are tied for the top spot so far....
I think the mixing job is fine on INRI...
Dredg is solid.
Danny said so on "their" forum...
Although they are very much in a different vein than most of the music mentioned in this thread so far, the new Destroyer 666 and Razor of Occam cds have been kicking my holier-than-thou Jewish tushie as of late.
I am waiting for the new 30 Seconds to Mars.
I listened to the new Alice in Chains album at a listening party in NYC last night and the record owns big time.
It's like a heavy progression from Tripod mixed with Cantrell's Deg Trip album.