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Psycroptic Drummer

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by {D|aBo|uS}, Jan 10, 2005.

  1. Dev

    Dev UTF-8 professional

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    By the way , where can i get their albums apart from Elvenefris :confused:?

    Also , a new was supposed to come , but it's been long long time ..
     
  2. Toby

    Toby Cheesegrater Of Chastity

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    Yeah, I get what you mean, but it's still easier than ACTUALLY playing that fast :p
     
  3. SculptedCold

    SculptedCold -scented manbeef-

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    Tomas Corn is a good drummer, but he's never really wowed me. I listen to so bloody many technical dm bands and most bands seem to have drummers all of that kind of calibre. I can only pick-out my favourites stylistically, like Proscriptor, Andyan Gorust, Jordan Varela...but as for who actually might be BEST....pfff....I don't think anyone has a right to that claim. I'm sure most of those drummers could play everyone else's songs.
     
  4. necrophobic_minge_man

    necrophobic_minge_man New Metal Member

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    there are no "enhancements" on either of the mithras albums. what you hear is what the drummer is playing.
     
  5. V.V.V.V.V.

    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    They don't have any other albums.
     
  6. Death Aflame

    Death Aflame voice of dissent

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    Well they do have Freedom, Hope & Fury under the name Appalling Spawn, its great but not up to the same level of creativity as Elvenefris. Plus it doesnt have Corn on drums.
     
  7. Hammer of Might

    Hammer of Might New Metal Member

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    Back to the original post, when I saw Psycroptic in London the drummer was mindblowing!

    Phenomenonally tight, hit every beat like you hear on record, if not faster as well!
     
  8. V.V.V.V.V.

    V.V.V.V.V. Houses Ov Mercury

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    Well yeah but it's not the same band.
     
  9. Episteme

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    I saw Psycroptic yesterday in Perth. To be honest, everyone apart from me and my mates were wowing about them and treating the guys like superstars. Hell, to me they're regular people playing kick ass metal.

    The metal crowd never ceases to annoy the hell out of me sometime. Either way, while Psycroptic managed to pull of a kickass show, I was more impressed with a local band called the Furor. Great black metal. Seems abit too technical to be black metal though. They had a fucking AWESOME stage presence and their corpsepaint added to it. Of course it would be wrong not to mention some really awesome songwriting by them. They nail a very nihilistic intense atmosphere with their music and the flow of their riffs were cohesive.
     
  10. None_So_Vile

    None_So_Vile Malign Paradigm

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    High On Maiden--

    Yeah Psycroptic were fucking awesome in London. I managed to get one of his drumsticks haha
     

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