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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by Sargath, Apr 13, 2009.
Like Fire by Bloodbath
And I agree with Heir Apparent as well. You'd think the man's vocal chords would weaken with age, but it seems like his growls have actually improved in some ways...
Like Fire Fuck yeh!
My band and I recently did a cover of that,
It went down well considering i forgot some of the last verse!
IMO, can't be done. My favourite part is b/t times 5:10 and and 5:32. Played on full blast with *large* headphones... unstoppable.
You guys all fail for not mentioning Morbid Angel.
God of Emptiness
Mass Appeal Madness by Napalm Death
Just thinking off the top of my head, I've always liked John Tardy's growls - they are great, very expressive (in a way) and very recognisable.
Nile - Von Unaussprechlichen Kulten. The ending of the song with Toller-Wade's vocals is truly amazing.
The Grand Conjuration
Beneath The Mire
peter tätgren is honestly the most awesome growler i've ever heard...i die everytime i hear the long "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH" in cancer of the soul.
I almost take my previous comment back after this video, i was at the gig, i forgot how awesome mike was!
But peter still owns the scream part, IT'S A TIE!
As far as really low growling goes, I really like Mikko Kotamäki of Swallow the Sun. Not sure if he's better (he's pretty different stylistically), but holy shit he's good.
the parrot in Hatebeak or the dog in Caninus.!
What's my name.. Evil by Zimmer's Hole.
caninus is rediculous. i just listened to hatebeak, its hilarious hahaha
indeed, blackwater park is one of their greatest songs.
IMO, David Vincent has a better growl than Mike. Domination, God of Emptyness, Blessed are the sick... guy has some serious growl going on without turning into an inintelligible amorphous sound (yes, Chris Barnes - YOU!)
BWP the song is perhaps one of the most brutal, haunting, intense, epic, dark piece of music written in the past century. Particularly at 8:05
Randy Blythe - Lamb of Chode.
Got that "Eviiiiiil...Attack. With Hate...Sataaaaaan....In the Fires of Hell Awaits..." part from Chapel of Ghouls stuck in my head and it's definitely as good or better than Mike.
maybe weak aside