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Brutal/Slam Death Metal

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by cookiecutter, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. divine_torture

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    Sure, no question. I'll listen to it all day. But occasionally something new is nice. Occasionally.
     
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    D.Luf New Metal Member

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    Guys...there's a long silent interval - from 2'17 to 7'01 - in the track Assassins in Sandstorm from Soils of Fate, right? It's right after the screaming. The scream's so sickening and then I have to wait in silence for 4 mins and 44 secs before it goes on.
     
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    Here's what I've been finding is my favorite sound in death metal...slower or mid-paced brutal/ slam that is catchy and has no shortage of grooves. Any suggestions?

    Interesting that the Slam-Minded blog has been discussing the japanese death metal scene. I have actually been getting into that more lately, and alot of it kind of has a sound like what I talked about. But, where is Infected Malignity?
     
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    youdontknowme New Metal Member

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    check the social thread, I just made fun of your favorite band.
     
  5. Master_Yoda77

    Master_Yoda77 Juggalo

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    Woah aren't you tough?
     
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    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    Welcome.

    Infected Malignity aren't slam anymore, they did one album that was. Their new stuff is still good, though, and they rule live. Nick is a big fan of the debut, though, so I'm sure he just left them off cuz they're not really in the "scene" anymore to be fair.
     
  7. theflyingmachine

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    Thanks.

    Their material on myspace is only from an album called Re:Bel or something like that, which definitely sounds different, so I guess I can see why they weren't included.

    So, do you have any recommendations for the type of brutal/ slam I'm looking for (catchy and slow/ mid-paced)? Even though I am familiar with quite a few of the japanese bands, I would still consider myself a noob to this scene.
     
  8. Dak

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    I think I have decided possibly my favorite type of metal is Augury/Gorod/Yattering etc type artists. Tech death, but also with splashes of other stuff in there.
     
  9. cookiecutter

    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    I decided to leave them out of my post because they only had one album and aren't making new brutal material. I do however like both their brutal death and deathcore stuff.

    As for slower stuff you might want to try Digested Flesh, Katalepsy, and Vulvectomy
     
  10. Skepticism

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    Holy shit, I just heard some stuff off of the newest Ulcerate and am absolutely loving it.
     
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    Thanks dude, I'll check them out.
     
  12. Master_Yoda77

    Master_Yoda77 Juggalo

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    And why did you post in the brual/slam thread?
     
  13. cookiecutter

    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    Probably the common misconception that tech death is the same as brutal death
     
  14. Dak

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    It can be, and it's closer to brutal than OSDM.
     
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    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    Where's a good place to start with this stuff? I already listen to Suffocation, Nile, and all that classic shit with brutal tendencies, but I don't have really anything often discussed in this thread? 5-10 essential albums would be a nice recommendation :)
     
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    Master_Yoda77 Juggalo

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    Wormed - Planisphaerium
     
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    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    Since this question gets asked a lot I think I'm going to make some sort of easily linkable guide and/or video that describes some the essential brutal death albums. Until then check these out:

    Vomit Remnants - Supreme Vehemence
    Soils of Fate - Crime Syndicate
    Abominable Putridity - In the End of Human Existence
    Devourment - 1.3.8
    Wormed - Planispherium
    Goretrade - Ritual of Flesh
    Cenotaph - Pseudo Verminal Cadaverium
     
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    i agree, that album is fucking sweet
     
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    Master_Yoda77 Juggalo

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    Defeated Sanity - Prelude to the Tragedy
    Dripping - Disintegration Of Thought Patterns...
    Kronos - Colossal Titan Strige (Not slam, but excellent brutal death metal)
    Human Mincer - Degradation Paradox

    And a bunch I'm sure I have forgotten.
     
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    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    I've never really been into Kronos. I have Colossal Titan Strife but I never listen to it.
     

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