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Discussion in 'Dark Tranquillity' started by Final_Vision, Mar 30, 2002.

  1. Unsumed

    Unsumed Badger Boy

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    Thank you for your kind words :)! The new album is a lot darker than The Window Purpose, and a lot groovier.

    T+T

    /Bagge
     
  2. Miolo

    Miolo pie king

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    i totally agree with what |ngenius said (as usual :D ), "The Window Purpose" is a great album and one of the most impressive debuts of the last few years. if the new release will match its previous' quality level, Wolverine will become one of the most interesting bands in the so-called prog metal. (has this last sentence any grammatical sense? :cry: )

    Miolo
     
  3. Ormir

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    The Mist and the Morning Dew

    New Finnish "supergroup" from Helsinki with a demo than can be downloaded from their site. The band features members from Seventh Planet, Shape of despair, Finntroll, Shaman and Unholy.

    The music is rather tranquill and dreamy style of folk/metal, with female vocals and violin surrounding the guitar melodies. I've been sick the whole day, so this has been nice and relaxing to listen to.

    http://www.themist.xrs.net/

    Try out this song:
    http://neovoid.org/demigod/themist/themist_files/1.mp3
     
  4. Unsumed

    Unsumed Badger Boy

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    :eek:Now you're making me nervous :D.

    //Bagge - Wolverine
     
  5. Wanderingblade

    Wanderingblade Just Hangin' Around

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    I recommend to everyone Phallicide. High Quality underground UK melodic Death Metal.
     
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    Despot Admatha

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    http://www.mp3.com/admatha

    New US based melodic death/black metal band....
    Major influences: Dissection, Opeth, Emperor, etc...
     
  7. Naku ist krig

    Naku ist krig Active Member

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  8. rahvin

    rahvin keeper of the flame

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    for some reason i listened to all the records gothic metal/rock band to/die/for have put out since they started their not-so-brilliant career in music. this must have something to do with traumas in my childhood, because until yesterday none of their albums (there were only two, but they were so dull they sounded more like twenty) had any redeeming quality whatsoever. i wouldn't have recommended this band to my own very arch-enemy, i.e. winnie the pooh.
    but.
    but last night i painstakingly heard through their latest "effort" and at the very end my patience and stupidity have both found their retribution in the form of one really good song: silence tells more. so check this out, you won't regret it and you'll thank me for proff-listening through all the records you're too wise to be bothered listening to.

    rahvin.
     
  9. Ormir

    Ormir Senior Member

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    I almost got into a fight with the drummer of To/Die/For once. :lol:
     
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  10. Naku ist krig

    Naku ist krig Active Member

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    @Rormi: You should have fistraped that filthy creature..
     
  11. The infernal demon skull

    The infernal demon skull Blast ye scurvy dogs

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    Beneath are a swedish Thrash Metal band with influences from The haunted (among others). Their latest demo have recieved great reviews magazines and web-pages. It's a masterpiece in my opinion. I can't understand how they can't have any contract. Check them out at http://welcome.to/beneath
     
  12. Salamurhaaja

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    Virgin Black !!!

    I am sure some of you are familiar with this band, but
    their download section has a full song called "Walk Without Limbs",
    if you haven't heard of this band, go now, run, well, what you
    waiting for, you should be downloading already...

    http://listen.to/virginblack
    go to Discography and Downloads.
     
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    commandante Zealot

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    Hi guys! We are from Turkey with lots of death and black metal influences. Today we shot a video for the cover of Dimmu Borgir's Mourning Palace. Although there are no drums and bass, I think it was pretty good. The quality is fine and also the darkness of the room and the blue spotlight adds to the atmosphere. Btw, I am doing vox for the band. Give us a chance and enjoy the video. We will have demo consisting of our songs ready by June. Your comments are appreciated...

    right click and save as...:

    http://members2.easyspace.com/bizim...ng%20Palace.avi
     
  14. Malaclypse

    Malaclypse Active Member

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    argh the server is darn slow...

    ah i almost forgot: next week (hopefully, finally, at last) i will most probably be decided if i am honorable new member of this band:

    www.prophecy.cd/mysterium
    no need to look at the site, still under construction. but you can DL an mp3 from the upcoming album here, if you like:

    http://217.160.52.55/mp3/Mysterium neu.mp3

    it's melodic death or something like that
     
  15. mousewings

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    @Ormir: how did that happen? :eek:

    This creature?
    It takes quite a bit of guts to post a personal ad on your band's website...
    He seems harmless and sweet enough, not filthy-looking at all. That probably means he's evil and fake... but I should still go for it. What a catch... :devil: :p
     
  16. rahvin

    rahvin keeper of the flame

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    :lol:
    please tell me this is a joke.

    :lol:

    rahvin.
     
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    He's hott. Isn't he? Oh also, everyone: hands off. He's mine.






    :p
     
  18. Thanatos

    Thanatos payaso

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    rahvin keeper of the flame

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    :err: i think "have done it at least once" could be more correct. when i was working as a p.i. i saw huge numbers of people "soliciting" prostitutes and i more or less identified the type who's prone to do it often. others just try the once to look cool amongst retarded friends or something.

    rahvin.
     
  20. hyena

    hyena counterclockwise

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    oh, NO NO NO NO. rule number one of civility: DON'T TRUST EURISPES, WHATEVER THEY SAY. honest. i'm in the same line of work (statistics, with the difference that mine are official so we try to make them correct) and Eurispes' methods and results are a running joke. These guys dared to write that Italy is in a moral crisis because cats in houses are fed generally better than cats on the streets. Now, I like cats and I suffer if they eat badly, but this is not something a credited statistician would dream about saying. One, because you can't do statistics about morality. Two, because one has to get real and grow up at one point, no matter their profession. I have a lot of arguments against these people at Eurispes, I'll post if someone wants to hear.
     

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