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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by HadesRagnazrath, May 29, 2017.
Well it is...
It's not and anyone who says that is a pretentious dickhead but then again I'm quoting you so...
I'm still not even really sure what that means.
The logical conclusion of metal as an artform is
Dungeon synth amirite?!
I agree with Crimson here and I also think he's got a wack taste in music. HLTO is a masterpiece.
Yeah I totally have wack taste, loving shit like Within the Realm of a Dying Sun, HLTO, Sad Wings of Destiny and all that other shit you hate like Manilla Road, Pagan Altar, and Demigod.
Dead Can Dance is one of the worst memes out there.
I know you're just a retard and all, but DCD is hardly some undiscovered until Internet age band like you think. Most of their albums have nearly 50 issues, many before the internet age and waaaay more than any obscure band that got popular on the internet.
I don't even like them that much but come on.
Dead Can Dance is gay
Plebs like yourself shouldn't even be listening to high art like Dead Can Dance and Burzum. It's not made for people of your ilk.
Dead Can Dance is good music, high art though? Dunno about that.
I was using meme just as a general pejorative. They're a band worshiped by metal people, one of the definitive non-metal-for-in-crowd-metalheads bands, and they hardly warrant it. Extremely cheesy and uninteresting music, sometimes borderline NatGeo soundtrack-tier, but because they have a cool aesthetic and a handful of good-taste metal bands of the 80s and 90s were fans back in the day, people listen to them and don't bother searching out actual choral music.
Or they just like the band.
Lol okay dude. Come to my house and confiscate my shit then you stupid dindu
Within the Realm of the Dying Sun explores some the fundamental tensions of existence: light and dark, knowledge and ignorance, life and death, being and nothingness. It's explored immanently on Side A with Brendan Perry's lyrics and then transcendentally on Side B with Lisa Gerrard wordless chants. Of course, each contains elements of the other, but different dimensions of the tension are emphasized on each side. The compositions are stellar with excellent and creative development and excellent arrangements. And obviously, we're talking about two world class singers in fine form.
You can listen to it 1,000 times if you want to. So can my dog. Doesn't mean he's gonna come any closer to getting it.