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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by ROBL2500, Dec 24, 2006.
Anyone know if the new Melechesh is any good? Been away from the scene for some time.
Yes, it's very good.
I will attest to this as well, awesome album.
It's alright. It's not black metal though.
It hasn't been black metal for over a decade, but it's the closest thing to their genre that has an actual thread here.
I kind of feel like a dumbass asking this, but its been bugging me for years; how the hell is Taake pronounced?
Do want it.
The wait for Paracletus is over. As expected, it's sure to divide people. But it does get rid of the problems Fas had and is far more coherent and far better.. I'm sure Mort Divine would even agree. No more ambient nonsense whatsoever.
Alot more melody and melancholy comes back into the fold.
@V5 : Maybe you were concerned about the lack of a totally new approach coming from the track "Devouring Famine" (after all, it is the song most stylistically similar to Fas and Chaining...) ... but believe me, there are plenty of surprises throughout the album, mostly having to do, again, with the melody usage. So essentially, Paracletus has its own sound, just like the other albums. And it has its own "feel" to it too, however vague that may sound.
I have a deep desire to go download it, it's already coming in the mail though.
edit: Just finished my first listen. Holy fuck, I don't think I've enjoyed an album this same way since The Chasm's latest (which wasn't that long ago). I'm going to let it rape my ear drums some more.
It is prounouced as Toké
And Paracletus is on my to-get list. "The Devouring Famine" sounds great on its own, so I imagine listening to the album as one piece would be even better.
Listening to Paracletus right now and I agree, the use of melody on this album is sublime. Aborym is next on my list.
The wall of sound parts are more sparse, but I think it makes them more worthwhile.
How can a wall of sound be sparse???
The parts are sparse, as in there are less of them. They still sound just as full.
Ehm, no... Not at all.
The aa is the the same as the å. This sounds like the o in show. and it is strecthed very long. The "e" is pronounces as "e" in "the". Its is very short and is by no means pronounced with an accent aigu (é).
The intonation is clearly on the Taa part.
I don't know. My pronunciation was based from a Norwegian guy that i usually chat with.
I've been on a huge Darkthrone kick lately. wierd.
I don't think a day goes past when I don't listen to Darkthrone or Isengard.