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Metal 2016

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by The Ozzman, Sep 30, 2015.

  1. Pitiless Wanderer

    Pitiless Wanderer Active Member

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    I've felt the same way the past 6 or so months. I just listen to too much of it and it's almost all starting to sound the same.
     
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    Master_Yoda77 Juggalo

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    I don't listen to much new stuff anymore. It just doesn't tickle my fancy, but I know good DM when I hear it. I just don't seek it out.
     
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    i've been going through pretty much the same thing for a while now. definitely the sub-genre i seek out the least out of the ones i historically love, these days. i'm especially burned out on that whole 'cavernous' -ation derived sound. there are always exceptions that make me excited about the genre again though, even if it's sometimes just relistening to albums i've loved for years.
     
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    Oh yeah, like, when Dead Congregation put out their new album in 2015 or whatever I got super excited. That thing rules hard.

    Oh, and that Tyfon's Doom EP has been destroying me lately.
     
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    me too, man. i'm still waiting for yer thoughts on the angel sword though!
     
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    DC is fucking awesome. Those guys, Sulphur Aeon, Alkaloid, and Sarpanitum are the death metal bands I listen to the most these days. The new Sarpanitum rules.
     
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    Other than Promulgation of the Fall, Beyond's Fatal Power of Death is my favourite modern death metal release. Check this out.

     
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    My old roommate loves that band. I couldn't get into them really.
     
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    I remember you recommended me that Beyond album when I was looking for post-2000 death metal and I enjoyed it a lot. I'm still working my way though some of them actually, takes me a long time to really absorb an album. But the one I've probably enjoyed the most was Obliteration's Black Death Horizons. It's fucking disgusting and those hysteric vocals are the icing on the cake. The first track is a masterclass in setting the atmosphere for the upcoming filth. It's also a nice change to hear some death metal from Norway.
     
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    I need to pay more attention to that Obliteration myself. Killer album. Glad you liked it.
     
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    CiG So Long Suckers!

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    This EP rules, can't wait to hear what these guys bring this year.

     
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    Listening to that Angel Sword album on bandcamp, fuck this is some catchy 70s-style heavy metal.

    I've noticed that a lot of my favorite releases are coming from that Heavy Chains Records. I remember trying to get Olórin on there but he told me he was really only interested in getting Australian bands. Shame.
     
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    :kickass: fuck, these guys are just incapable of putting out music that is anything less than great.
     
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    Good stuff!
     
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    dat new Gorguts oh my god oh my god
     
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    Anyone get around to the new Abbath record? How is it?
     
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