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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by ROBL2500, Dec 24, 2006.

  1. V.V.V.V.V.

    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    Depressive, organic and very well composed black metal.

    Krallice's s/t debut is among the best BM albums this year...
     
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    I'm gonna check into it. I haven't heard much good depressing black metal lately.
     
  3. Hubster

    Hubster ...

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    Speaking of Kriegsmachine, note this photo and the grim discoball on the ceiling. Also note how the bassists head has transformed into part of a femur cross :lol:
     
  4. Koude Haat

    Koude Haat Member

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    has anyone heard the new blasphemophager? Pretty good bestial stuff.
     
  5. Henrik Main

    Henrik Main Hello

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    I popped into this thread for the sole purpose of saying that this album is pretty damn cool. Nuclear War Now! has released some cool shit lately.
     
  6. Aeuphorias

    Aeuphorias Member

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    Apparently the new Taake album has leaked, has anyone listened to it? Any good? I think most of Taake's discography is great.
     
  7. ~Neurotica

    ~Neurotica perfectly insane

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    We were talking about it earlier.
    Yes, it's good. Full of anger - as always, while mixed with melodic that fits it perfectly. Great vocals - as always. Though I heard some ppl saying that album is not that special. I think it's good.
     
  8. Zephyrus

    Zephyrus Tyrants and Slaves

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    Then I'd say you're safe this time, given that you can't go wrong with any of his first five albums.
     
  9. sevag00

    sevag00 Order to Chaos

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    Great band, great album.
     
  10. Koude Haat

    Koude Haat Member

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    Boring..
     
  11. ~Neurotica

    ~Neurotica perfectly insane

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    Ha, I just noticed that new Taake album's cover reminds me of the photo by one of my fave photographers - Mehmet Urgut...

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  12. Aeuphorias

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    Wow, that photo is brilliant, I must check out more of Mehmet Urgut's work.
     
  13. ~Neurotica

    ~Neurotica perfectly insane

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    unknown fuck ftagn

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    black metal disco
     
  15. Manic Ferocity

    Manic Ferocity Active Member

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    In regards to Aeternus; should I start with Beyond the Wandering Moon or ...And So the Night Became?
     
  16. Zephyrus

    Zephyrus Tyrants and Slaves

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    Doesn't matter. If you like one, you'll enjoy the other.
     
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    '...and so the night became' is more immediately accessible (totally full of hooks) and it's excellent - has a more rousing epic feel, more strongly DM-tinged as well. 'beyond...' is the better of the two though definitely, has this dense brooding pulsing snowy ambience that subtly soaks into you, for some people it takes a lot of listens to appreciate but it's so fucking good, really vivid and evocative.
     
  18. whiskey funeral

    whiskey funeral Mother North

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    Or "EnGAYge". I lol'd.
     
  19. SkiesAtOurFeet

    SkiesAtOurFeet Wakan Tanka at Bifröst

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    I say start with Beyond the Wandering Moon, the album is purely brilliant.
     
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    darrkon metals

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    Absu's self titled is coming out early 09

    :headbang:
     

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