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Brutal/Slam Death Metal

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

  1. CF87

    CF87 Active Member

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    And you're not ignorant about the foundation and beginnings of a genre. What's the difference ?. You mention Bloodbath, samething as some Bloodbath fan who does not like or know about Left Hand Path,etc.... If anything you're an idiot.
     
  2. gundamterran

    gundamterran Devouring the Gorepoflesh

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    So I assume you believe that I enjoy Brutal Death/Slam more then all other genres, and have not looked into any other genre? What're you implying here, because you seem to get dumber with every post you make.
     
  3. CF87

    CF87 Active Member

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    Not that my grammar is great, but I just can't spell tonight/this morning, fuck it. Fuck all my posts.
     
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    -CC- Something in My Eye

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    Finally he is making sense
     
  5. gundamterran

    gundamterran Devouring the Gorepoflesh

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    I agree with this statement.
     
  6. Eligos

    Eligos Problem Yet to be Solved

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    I'm glad to see that this argument goes on in the Death Metal community too.

    But then again the classical community has the same problem, so it would only make sense.
     
  7. cookiecutter

    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    New Flesh Consumed has a cool cover
     
  8. GrayRain

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    Gorgasm cover right? I saw them at a concert and I'm pretty sure they played it.
     
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    I was thinking that he meant the cover art is cool. Either way, I'm ready to hear the new album. Seems like there hasn't been too many good releases for awhile.
     
  10. Balphagor

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    Ok, and this arguement can keep going further and further back, until you finally realize who the fuck cares and just enjoy the music.
     
  11. cookiecutter

    cookiecutter Proceed to Ultraslamming

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    Yeah I meant the cover art. Seems like brutal death has two "seasons" of releases every year. Late spring and early winter seem to be when the best stuff comes out.
     
  12. gundamterran

    gundamterran Devouring the Gorepoflesh

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    New Flesh Consumed is.... meh. Production lacks any low end really, sounds like everything else Unique Leader is releasing nowadays.
     
  13. Judzfell

    Judzfell Schadenfreude

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    You should find some older bands, or bands that don't get talked about a lot. It's pretty cool when you find something you like. I actually ordered about 15 cd's of OBSCURE Bdm bands, some I've never heard of ... It's been about 2 months and they still haven't fucking got here.
     
  14. Krow

    Krow Garbage Connoisseur

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    Enjoy your 15 artery eruption albums. :lol:

    seriously though, couldnt bring myself to do that with bdm, any other genre, maybe.
     
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    Yeah I agree. I download an album or two each week (to give them a listen before buying) and the vast majority of the albums have been released for awhile. When I first started downloading death metal albums, it was bands like Entombed and Death, but now it is starting to get pretty obscure (e.g. Envenomation, which I think you mentioned in a post). I used to think that I should try to find the most appreciated albums of the genre, but I do seem to enjoy quite a few of these unknown bands just as much.
     
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    All that needs to be said...:Smokin:
     
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    what every argument about music comes down to
     
  18. Judzfell

    Judzfell Schadenfreude

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    On the topic of artery eruption, most of it is shit, but I did find some catchy slams in maybe one or two of their songs, and yeah, you can run into some shitty ones, but I usually don't.

    I also take a look at most of what Malice post, the guy has some godly taste in music. But Krow is right, with the amount of DM bands out there, you're almost more likely to run into some boring bands, or ones that just fail.
     
  19. Infinite Misery

    Infinite Misery Misery Loves Co.

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    Now when it comes to BDM, Devourment are the Kings. With Defeated Sanity closely behind. "Chapters..." is still kicking my ass!!!!
     
  20. Desanusor

    Desanusor Dumb Slam Headbanger

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    Devourment last album was a deception for me...
    And Defeated Sanity are much more than slam.
     

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