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Discussion in 'Steve DiGiorgio' started by HippieOfDoom, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. HippieOfDoom

    HippieOfDoom The 13th Monkey

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    Ok, I know if you guys read and post in this forum that you like extreme music and great bass playing. The Quo Vadis, Cynic, Pestilence, crazy technical well-played brutal metal fans should love this. Go check it, trust me.
    SDG

    www.obscuracosmogenesis.com
     
  2. Jason Washburn

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    Well i'll be damned....thanks for the info !
     
  3. MaskedJackal

    MaskedJackal 4003 = <3

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    I've been stoked on this band for a better part of the year...unfortunately, I'm studying abroad in the UK and have to wait until March 2nd for the record to come out here! Jeroen shreds, as do all of them, and it's a perfect mix of technical styles old and new.
     
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    NeverMarty Awaiting Mathematics

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    This could be a hell of a year for metal, especially if Necrophagist can outdo their first two efforts with their new release, this Summer. Here's Obscura's video for Anticosmic Overload (curious about their lyrics, but I should have the official CD next week):

     
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    Bass-tard New Metal Member

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    I just discovered this band few weeks ago. Really ,really, really great stuff. I can't wait to see them live with Cannibal Corpse in two month!
     
  6. Disincarnate

    Disincarnate I'm but a wave to...

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    yea ive been waiting for this for a long time(since jeroen joined the band).finally i got to hear it.killer shit absolutely.
     
  7. Mrs.Mustaine

    Mrs.Mustaine Im not that undrunkable..

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    Wow...
    thanx Steve!
     
  8. Bassbarata

    Bassbarata Still a Stranger

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    Obscura is great!Perfect riffs,great vocals and monster drums,check the Death cover in their first CD called "retribution".Jerroen Paul Thesseling is one big genius
     
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    Bassbarata Still a Stranger

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    Speaking in killer band,i recomend to everybody a band called Farmakon,you will love it!!
     
  10. Black Orifice

    Black Orifice Vein-Marbled Tower

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    How bout we all just listen to Steve's incredible work on Autopsy's Fiend For Blood, undoubtedly one of the best bass performances on any metal album. IMO, Steve's playing completed Autopsy's music, without him, it doesn't feel exactly right.

    Atheist is another one but, also quite obvious.

    More albums with great bass work...
    Gorguts - Obscura and From Wisdom To Hate

    Hibria - Defying the rules

    Pestilence - Spheres (They've already been listed but I wanted to point out this album specifically because it was one of Jeron Paul Thesslings early albums, he doesn't do anything crazy and technical however, without him on this album it wouldn't have been nearly as good do to all of the odd bass harmony's he adds.)
     
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    Bass-tard New Metal Member

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    Hieronymus Bosch

    Prog/Death from Russia. Pretty good basslines

    Gorod's bassist is awesome too.

    Check out Augury from Canada. The bassist really is incredible. That's him playing a song from their new record coming up in august:



    Damn I could go on like this for hours there's too many bassist I really admire
     
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  12. MaskedJackal

    MaskedJackal 4003 = <3

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    Yeah, just like every other thread on this forum. That or "OMG STEVE HOW YOU PLAYING SO FAST"

    :Smug:
     
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    Bass-tard New Metal Member

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    well...I consider it is best to admire a lot of different bassists than just a few ones...
     
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    hooked on obscuras's cosmogenesis...

    need my dose everyday

    you are right with augury and gorguts, great bands also, qith great bass lines
     
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    bowelripper New Metal Member

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    Travis Bassist

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    ^Ehhhhh he's a lot of flashy technique without core bassline fundamentals. His work on the new Deeds of Flesh is a step above the Blood Red Throne stuff, but...let's just say his youtube videos of all the crazy sweeping and shit are a lot cooler than the actual application of it.
     
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    israel Bassist Member

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    Now that this has come up again, here are some songs played by André Gomes, a bassist from Bazil:



     
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    NaturonDemonto New Metal Member

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    Awesome band! I think their sound is highly influenced by Individual Thought Patterns era Death!
     
  19. Mrs.Mustaine

    Mrs.Mustaine Im not that undrunkable..

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    interesting :kickass:
     
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    NaturonDemonto New Metal Member

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    I'm in love with Cosmogenesis at the moment, best CD of 09' so far, and am I the only one who hears the Death influence? Everything reminds me of Death, except the vocals, more of a Gorguts delivery. The Death influence really shines on the song 'Incarnated', kind of reminds me of Misanthrope. These guys must've loved ITP and Symbolic growing up.
     

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