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Discussion in 'Subterranean Masquerade' started by Submasq, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. Submasq

    Submasq Room 63

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    Yep, nothing feels better than a bunch of new stuff

    Opeth - ghost reveries
    Rolling Stones - A bigger band
    Sigur Ros - Takk
    Nevermore - the godless envedor
    Antimatter - newest

    coming next

    Arcturus and Anekdoten newest
    I'm happy :hotjump:
     
  2. kauan

    kauan New Metal Member

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    Good stuff indeed ;)

    I've just ordered the new live album from Anekdoten, it'll be a bit expensive, but well... it's a Japanese import
     
  3. Frosties

    Frosties Blind @ heart

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    I also got Opeths latest this week. I have to say I was freaked out when I first really heard the keyboards on Beneath The Mire.

    I still haven't gotten my head around this album completely yet, so I can't really say much, except that Mikael's voice has improved so much, a feat that I never thought possible. The keyboards are a nice addition, though so far I can really remember anything standing out. I expected though more piano sounds, and not as much keyboard.


    It'll probably take a while to sink in completely, though.



    As for the Nevermore and Antimatter, those are fucking amazing. Both are completely different, but are unbelievable still. Those are bands that really make me proud to listen to the music I do.
     
  4. PhlegethonVeins

    PhlegethonVeins Autopsy Obsessed

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    New Opeth and Antimatter = Great Fucking Music.

    I personally was kind of dissapointed with This Godless Endeavor. Everyone was saying how great it was...and it truly just didnt impress me much.
     
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    Hieronimus Music-addict

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    Dude, you're gonna be sooooo happy when you receive & listen to the new Arcturus! :oops:
    Compliments on your other buys, great stuff indeed.
     
  6. He Who Dwellest in the Night

    He Who Dwellest in the Night A Philosophical Revolt

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    I actually found it a bit disapointing. There are a few incredible tracks (particularly 2,6,9), but there are also several that strike me as somewhat uninspired. It's also more of a holding pattern in terms of progression than I've come to expect from Arcturus. Musically it seems like it would fit better right after LMI. I think that TSM (one of my favorite albums) gave me unrealistic expectations, though. A good album, but, in my opinion, far from the greatness I was hoping for. Now I'm eagerly awaiting the new Solefald.
     
  7. Hieronimus

    Hieronimus Music-addict

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    Stfu, quit the wining and enjoy the music, lol. ;)

    The new Solefald should be worth the while indeed.
     
  8. Submasq

    Submasq Room 63

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    you know, i am quite disappointed by the Arcturus, i dont know what it is but something just doesn't sounds like the Arcturus i know and love.... maybe i need to give it some more time though
    The Opeth is phenomenal so is the Nevermore... i like how heavy the Opeth is and the progressive parts are real cool.

    so what new and exciting in your player lately?

    np: clapton - slowhand
    :devil:
     
  9. Frosties

    Frosties Blind @ heart

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    Well, these aren't new albums, just new for me.:D

    I just got the soundtrack of Requiem For A Dream - freaky shit, but very cool. The classical instruments are out of this world.

    And I also got Scholomance - The Immortality Murder
    This is one crazy album. It's so over the place and everywhere all at once, yet still melodic, very techinical and progressive. The second disc is also very interesting, since it's most of the tracks of the first one, just without the vocals, and some eerie piano tracks too.

    And finally, Asgaut - Village
    Israel's Opeth - very talented. I was glad to hear that the production sounds way better than the demo tracks they released way back when - it took me a few moments to recognize some songs.
     
  10. circus_brimstone

    circus_brimstone Forest: Sold Out

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    Yeah.

    Nah. :D

    I've been listening to the Atheist reissues lately. :headbang:
     
  11. PyroVesten

    PyroVesten I'm not Pyro

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    Could it be that Garm is not longer doing vocals?
     
  12. PhlegethonVeins

    PhlegethonVeins Autopsy Obsessed

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    That is a large reason why I dont really like what I have heard from it as much.
     
  13. He Who Dwellest in the Night

    He Who Dwellest in the Night A Philosophical Revolt

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    Both Scholomance CDs are amazing. It's a tragedy that this band broke up. If anyone has any news on projects by the former members it would be much appreciated.
    The new Solefald ("Red for Fire") is absolutely incredible. Check it out! I'll be stunned if you don't love it.
     
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    Hieronimus Music-addict

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    Meh, try to see SS apart from the former Arcturus releases. Try to make no comparisons, just listen to it and enjoy it. Worked for me, hehe.
    A shame Garm's gone away, yeah yeah, I've had that discussion a million times before, but the point is that because Simen joined, Arcturus is doing tours. And that fucking rocks. I mean, check this:
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    Anyway, I'm awaiting this order:
    Age of Silence - Complications EP
    Akercocke - Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone CD + DVD
    Maanegarm - Vredens Tid Digipack
    The Project Hate MCMXCIX - Armageddon March Eternal - Symphonies of Slit Wrists

    DAMN!! :loco: I fucking WANT this. Some of the best cd's that've been released this year.
     

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