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Melodeath Recommendations?

Discussion in 'Bar' started by Terminus, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. Virgil.

    Virgil. ¯\(°_o)/¯

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    dreamshade = glitchy sturgis crab core melo-death.

    So many genre-confused bands doing mashups nowadays. Damn.
     
  2. Nuno Filipe

    Nuno Filipe You talkin' to me?

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    no In Mourning? Shame on you guys! =)

     
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  4. Terminus

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    Thanks for the recommends guys. I actually got that Into Eternity album Nuno posted last night which prompted me to start this thread, and from this thread I went and snagged the Nightrage - Insidious disc and Darkane - Expanding Senses (for 8 bucks new - gotta search around town for deals sometimes). I'll definitely be checking out all of your suggestions! :)
     
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    Omnium Gatherum - New World Shadows (best MDM album released this year, shame no mentions yet)



    Callenish Circle (R.I.P.) - Sweet Cyanide



    This Ending - Parasites (formerly "A Canorous Quintet" who remained underground during the Sweedish MDM boom of the early 90's. Features the Amon Amarth drummer).

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0t9qqhb0xA&feature=relmfu[/ame]

    Skyfire - Shadow Creator



    Quo Vadis - Silence Calls the Storm (technical MDM)



    Mercenary - Supremacy v2.0 (more power metal influenced, but the whole '11 Dreams' album is a masterpiece)



    Hypocrisy - No Tomorrow



    Eternal Tears of Sorrow - Tears of Autumn Rain



    Degradead - Taste of Destiny (very modern sounding)



    Arsis - The Face of My Innocence (A Celebration of Guilt album is a classic)

     
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    Only band I can think of that hasn't been posted, Universum, great Aussie band:

     
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    This band is fucking tough:
    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPeElb27tj4&feature=fvsr[/ame]

    this is a newer band i just heard of last week, I was pretty impressed compared to alot of the stuff that is coming out today



    another band from a couple of years ago that went nowhere lol


    also as stated, Everything Kalmah touches. Norther is okay too. Darkane is cool but like real thrashy. Carcass, All arch enemy, Disarmonia Mundi had the singer from Soilwork so the stuff with him is pretty cool,
     
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    Remind me of At the Gates a bit.
     
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    Unfortunately I'll be 'That guy' as well-My Band-Through Plagues

    loads of ATG influence on this track.


    the 'crowd favourite'



    As Eden Burns-This band has gone splits ville but check em out



    The End of Six Thousand Years-One of the best bands I've ever heard. they blend a lot of other influences into their sound which is amazing but still plenty of tasty melodeath riffs

     
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  10. TotalSatan

    TotalSatan New Metal Member

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    Shades of Dusk, great band from Montreal. Their new album is coming out October 25th.





    My own band, you can download our album for free at http://www.morningless.net



     
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    Jind Grrrr!!! (I'm a bear)

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    One of my favorite "American" Melodic Death Bands - The Absence



    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQCyQ7MAZ[/ame]



     
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    Bodom_reaper New Metal Member

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  13. johnnypreset

    johnnypreset The melter of heads

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4Ve_PBWlvY&feature=related[/ame]

     
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    Sorry for thread resurrection but i'm in a melodeath binge right now so i'm chiming in :

    -+1 for omnium gatherum, nightrage and gardenian

    -some of my favs :

    exhumation (former band of the dude from nightrage):



    sins of omission :



    gardenian : their best song IMO :



    and last but not least, surprised no one posted this :

    in flames ("colony" era) :



    EDIT : all those songs i heard on magazine cd samplers (compilation cds i mean) back in the days when i was like 10-13 and reading metal magazines like a madman :) (been a metal nerd for more like 18 years or so now... do we end up with a degree or something ? :) )... god i miss those days...

    it was also the first time i was introduced to those bands and to this genre and those songs were the best openers i could ask for at this time
     
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    AllanD boom tap boom-boom tap

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    Children of Bodom - Nearly any album except the new one.
     
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    prostetnic Jeff's DI's AGAIN?!

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    Torchbearer! Seems no one has heard of them. Also, search rateyourmusic.com for melodeath lists, found plenty of great stuff to listen to through that site :)
     
  17. Djabthrash

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    I know the name but for some reason i always thought there something more difficult to get into (like post/progressive metal) than melodeath... (maybe i'm mixing it up with the band that has the Neurosis dude in it, with a similar name).
     
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