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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by challenge_everything, Aug 24, 2007.
I often wondered myself.The intraweb equivalent of "I like", "I love"
Wikipedia @ ack
No dice, chet. Not with the seach, anyway.
So it's a heart? I thought it was maybe a little weenie.
looks like a heart to me
like a heart that fell over
if you know of a better way to make a heart using only 2 keys then lemme know k?
Four keys bitch.
I really dig Paul Bostaph's work
Good call on the Brian Dixon, dude.
Also: Bill Ward
Shaun Steels (Anathema, Solstice)
Ken Owen (Carcass, Blackstar)
Jimmy Bower (Crowbar)
Johny Nielsen (Konkhra)
Nikke Anderson (Entombed)
I forgot to mention Rick Miah from early MDB. People don't appreciate how much harder it is to play slow than fast.
Chris Adler has good taste, he always fits in perfectly in the songs.
Corn is amazing, indeed.
His footwork is especially impressive.
Sean reinhart gets my vote
My personal favorite song looking at the drumming is Ruin, his footwork is amazing.
Daniel Liljekvist's work on Katatonia's The Great Cold Distance is beautifully understated, controlled and original.
God yes; I saw the drumming segment on Killadelphia where he breaks down his techniques in "Ruin", and he is damn good.