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Bands like Orphaned Land (oriental metal etc.)

Discussion in 'Orphaned Land' started by Postmodernist, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. Chanakya

    Chanakya Orphaned Brother

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    That's one BRILLIANT find! Thanks mate!
    That's some real nice stuff using the Pan Pipe
     
  2. Chanakya

    Chanakya Orphaned Brother

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    My first contribution to this thread.

    Death Metal laced with Indian and ambient elements - Infernal Wrath from India.

    http://www.myspace.com/infernalwrath



    I can't find a better videos.

    I put the Indian in italics because they do not play a particular style eg. Hindustani, Carnatic or even folk and Middle-Eastern sounding [we got a bit of that here] , but they incorporate certain elements in a beautiful way giving these spiritually inclined feel. The use chimes, bells and Didjeridoo for the ambient bit.
     
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  3. Postmodernist

    Postmodernist Yachad el ha'or

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    Infernal Wrath is great, thanks for sharing Ananth. Tho I failed to find their music, have you got some?

    PS: Some celtic death-doom stuff, songs from various bands using old authentic European instruments and melodies:
     
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  4. Chanakya

    Chanakya Orphaned Brother

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    They released 'Inside Of Me' , a full length album not too long ago. I'm surprised it hasn't found its way on to the net. I have their album, I think the guys might've uploaded it somewhere, I shall check.
     
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    Postmodernist Yachad el ha'or

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    @Ananth, would be nice to have it ;)

    Meanwhile, Le Trio Joubran - passion and meditation, memory and fairy tale. Three ouds and oriental percussion, they impressed me much. Additionally, they experiment with jazz-fusion and symphony.





     
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    Postmodernist Yachad el ha'or

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    Something like... oriental ambient?



    (crappy sound, but you can see well how colorful the band's stage appearance is)
     
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    Messiakh I smell like cheese

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    Secret Chiefs 3/Ishraqiyun playing their weird musical style which is highly influenced by Persian music.



     
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    Postmodernist Yachad el ha'or

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    Myrath progressive metal from Tunisia.

     
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    I love Secret Chiefs 3. They're so weird that they make me want to smoke pot.
     
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    If you want some nice folk and oriental with metal influence from Bulgaria, check Balkandji. They are really wonderful band and if you are more interested in them, I will gladly share with you their discography and info:


     
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    Blago daru Bardolomeus, they are good indeed!
     
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    Balkandji is amazing! I checked them out a couple of years ago, when I started listening to metal infused with traditional elements. Welcome to the forum and do share some more music with us all !
     
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    Well, Brutal death metallers Lykathea Aflame had some nice oriental melodies on Elvenfris.

    Unfortunately (or not?), the drums here sound like Goblet drum.
     
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    Thanks Chephren, I just love these Balkan motives: Bosnian, Serbian, Macedonian music totally rocks, its drive is totally unresistable.
     
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    Once again, Italian Fratello Metallo heavy metal monk:


    He says \m/, = "I love you".
     
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    Yeah, I absolutely agree! As a kid I was kinda forced to listen to such music because of my parents - and I HATED it - but now, I can´t live without those tunes and melodies :D

    ...

    another band I just discovered: GEVOLT (from Israel), especially this song is so catchy, love it!

     
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    From Bulgaria too (although living in Amsterdam), some bouzouki with "Artery"
     
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    Haha, metal Tum Balalaika forever!

    And as for Artery, something about them feels like System Of A Down.
     

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