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Discussion in 'Dark Tranquillity' started by Final_Vision, Mar 30, 2002.
I just found the girl on their cover looked like MuLan.
Dark Empire's new album available for pre-order at special low price!
Resolution is the better song, although these guys are 325466542542 times better live. They've employed a new singer since I last saw them though.
I play in 3 bands, of varying styles. Support our music if you like it!
Don't know if im allowed doing this or not but i'll give it a try.
Give us a listen and tell us what you think, thanks
The Windupdeads. New Swedish band with debut album coming out in August. Soft sound, there's something about them that does it for me.
We have finally recorded our practice session today. And I figured my fellow Dark Tranquillity fans would appreciate it. So tell me what you think, I feel we have a huge DT influence in our music.
www.myspace.com/lunareviscerations Feel Free to add my page and myself
Our official band page wont be put up til later this week so bear with me
My band ALLEGAEON just released our first EP. Check it out, love it, bash it, whatever just take a listen. Background info: Band has been playing just over a year, brand new singer, drummer just turned 18. We recorded with Dave Otero (cephalic carnage, martriden, cobalt) 1 month ago.
Chris "Mordrid" Hathcock got his start by honing his musical talents in metal bands such as The Torture Cell and Werhwolfe (where he still handles drum duties.) Begun in 2002 officially as The Seventh Circle then subsequently undergoing the moniker change to The Reticent, it was conceived and continued as a means of coping for its founder and remains to this day a one man project. Focusing intensely on sadness and all its brethren, The Reticent is meant to purge such sorrow or torment not to glorify it. Drawing solely from life experience the lyrics and concepts behind the music are all sincere and painfully revealing. Inspired by such unique acoustic acts as Terry Reid and Steve Von Till as well as more popular groups such as Opeth, The Reticent attempts the age old art of personal expression and relinquishment of pain through its strangely hypnotic music.
2006 saw the release of the Reticent's debut effort Hymns for the Dejected, a solid release of passionate, heart-wrenching compositions that very quickly cemented the band's sound and reputation for powerful music. The effort was painstakingly self-released and promoted, quickly garnering The Reticent a following of dedicated fans with fervor for Mordrid's emotionally driven songs and stellar musicianship. The Reticent's fanbase spans listeners of all genres of music from heavy metal to folk music, stemming from the inability of fans and critics alike to pigeonhole the band's sound. "They do remind me a lot of acoustic Tool, Opeth or maybe even Riverside. Nice job." said Steve Sly of the ProgDay Festival in Chapel Hill, NC.
Over the next two years, Hathcock laid the foundation for his sophomore effort, writing and arranging new songs. This period saw the Reticent's music taken into more progressive territory. In the spring of 2008, The Reticent entered Osceola Studios in Raleigh, NC to begin recording the new album, which would become Amor Mortem Mei Erit. Released later that summer under the banner of Heaven and Hell Records, the album met with strong reviews. Dark Harvest Records' website called it "unbelievably impressive and on another scale of musical emotion that may not have been reached before."
Beautifully created melancholy compositions in the vein of; TOOL, Nick Cave, Leonard Cohen, Opeth, Porcupine Tree and Riverside.
they're back -
Pretty decent band (if you're into the whole 70's acid rock mixed with southern rock mixed with semi-doomy metal sound) from Texas. They're currently on tour with Metallica.
“So take me now, oh don’t you see I can’t get laid in Germany…”
After four years of studio-abstinence, the first single of the new album is coming out September 18th! PUSSY! Carried by a gigantic wave of testosterone, Rammstein unsheathes its sword and presents what makes man an animal. So start your engines. With pedal to the metal on the Autobahn of German clichés, where homage is paid to the hand-to-hand battle between the sexes with words like Bratwurst, Blitzkrieg, and Mercedes-Benz … to destinations abroad, past Heidi with her burgers and away from the German Fräuleinwunder. There, pleasure lurks like a yawning abyss….
Well, there's Man Man that you might want to check out. Fun indie rock group offering a bizarre honky-tonkish and unpolished sound. The singer reminds me vaguely of Tom Waits, the style of the band stands in between Primus and Mr. Bungle...or something. Anyways, music here.
Hey guys, my band Blood Meridian just got up and running, we are a bunch of doods from boston/berklee college of music. We take a ton of influence from in flames, dark tranquility and opeth, and wanted to know what you guys thought. We're just looking for critical thought and criticism on this one guys, not play counts. We only have one track up that is a sampler of 4 of our tracks. Also, if you guys have any suggestions please let me know! I haven't posted in a very long time on these boards, but i do know that you guys have great taste and know what good metal sounds like.