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Any underground blackmetal fans here?

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by Seizure., Jan 17, 2009.

  1. Seizure.

    Seizure. Member

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    Probably!

    But i'll just start with some bands i'm listening to alot at the moment and see if anyone likes it and hope to get some new discovery's in return :)

    Urfaust.

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    www.myspace.com/urfaustfans

    Great band, pretty noisy, pretty atmospheric and some great recording techniques haha

    I see their new cd as their best work to date!

    Watain

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    http://www.myspace.com/watainofficial

    Whats to say? haha for anyone who hasn't heard story's yet or seen a show.. check the live reviews or video's!

    Great liveshow and great band, soundquality on sworn to the dark isn't even half bad.

    And there are 1000000's more haha

    Chime in!
     
  2. J.DavisNJ

    J.DavisNJ \m/

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    Yeahhh! I love this grim stuff. Atmospheric and dark, great stuff. \m/

    -Joe
     
  3. Sloan

    Sloan Sounds like shit!

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    Two of the worst albums I have ever heard:

    havohej - dethrone the son of god
    beherit - the oath of black blood
     
  4. Metaltastic

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    Haha, I'll add anything by Darkthrone to that list :lol:
     
  5. The Unavoidable

    The Unavoidable jättebög

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    Watain was pretty good. Which is saying much since I never like BM usually! This is more like actual metal.
     
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    Jarkko Mattheiszen The FU guy.

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    No no no, the new Darkthrone stuff is brilliant! It's sleezy and dirty, almost like a mix of metal and punk :)
     
  7. The-Zeronaut

    The-Zeronaut Mixing..Y U SO DIFFICULT?

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    My favourite BM bands tend to be from Australia:

    Nazxul
    Ruins
     
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    Almost? It IS a mix of black metal and crust,Fenriz loves crust punk
     
  10. Erkan

    Erkan mr-walker.bandcamp

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    I'm not a fan of Black Metal.. but when we drink on fridays, my dawgs usually listen to BM haha. I know some bands they play during those parties, like Tsjuder and 1349.

    Black'n Roll works very well for parties actually.
     
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    J.DavisNJ \m/

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    Tsjuder fucking rules!!

    :kickass::headbang:

    -Joe
     
  12. Metaltastic

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    Hmm, yeah, no thanks...
     
  13. Melodeath

    Melodeath Moonbow

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    Big fan of black metal. Though, not as much as old school death metal.
     
  14. Erkan

    Erkan mr-walker.bandcamp

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    I'm pretty clueless when it comes to black/death metal history (although, I love death metal, especially the polish style :D), but is black metal the anti death metal? Most black metal people I've met have hated death metal, so it seems like they're divided up. Why?
     
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    Well to me it seems like BM fans just think that Death is mindless, generic, muddy shredding with stupid gory lyrics while DM fans say that Black is for people who think that playing the same chord for fifteen minutes in the woods recorded on a 1 track is "evil" and that painting your face kinda like KISS is the ultimate expression of satanism.

    I've gotten plenty of shit from BM guys when I played in a old-school death band.
     
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    slashvanyoung Dopefish lives!

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    I like both, the raw and simplistic classics from early-Darkthrone, -Mayhem, -Ulver, -Marduk etc. as well as some newer bands like Deathspell Omega, Blut aus Nord, Abigor or Negura Bunget who are pushing the boarders of a genre that became pretty stagnant.

    Wouldn't call any of them underground though...

    I also dig some proto black metal bands. Of course, everyone knows Venom, Celtic Frost and Bathory but bands like Sabbat (Jap) or Tormentor (Hun) have a cult following throughout the underground to this day, too.
     
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    I produced that one (plus everything else Watain has done to date, plus I also try to do their live sound whenever I have the time) so I guess that also pretty much answers if I'm into black metal or not. "Isn't even half bad" feels a bit like "that girl over there isn't really all that ugly", but I choose to take it as a compliment, hehe. Cheers.
     
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    Here's some of my favourite records from this sector (skipped the obvious like Ulver, old Satyricon etc):

    Antaeus - Blood Libels
    Funeral Mist - Salvation
    Baptism - Grim Arts of Melancholy
    Behexen - My Soul For His Glory
    Armagedda- Ond Spiritism - Djæfvulens Skalder LP
    Absurd - Der Fünfzehnjährige Krieg
    Grand Belial's Key - Koskerat
    Katharsis - VVorldVVithoutEnd
    Ondskapt - Dödens Evangelium
    Watain - Sworn To The Dark

    And of course bands like Drudkh, Hate Forest, Hades (from Norway, first 2 albums), In The Woods... , Clandestine Blaze etc. etc.
     
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    Sworn to the Dark is a great album.:headbang: Songs and production. I especially like the way the vox sound on that album. Wouldn't mind knowing what guitar and bass rigs were used on it either.....


    ...my band has a lot of black metal sound in it. and we are definitely underground. :lol: So yes, big BM fan here. I listen to a ton of it. Averse Sefira at this moment.
     
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    Hey man!

    Good to see you on this forum!

    Hahaha, i can see as to why it seems like a bit of a half assed compliment!
    But i actually used it as a reference for another blackmetal band i produced ( Lugubre http://www.box.net/shared/c5fn3kbc0f ), i realy like the production alot man.
    It was more in the sarcastic sense as in "for the useall bm productions its not even THAT bad" ;)
     

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