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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by audiophileguy, Jun 24, 2010.
I know this video looks fucking cheesy, but the band Hell which was founded in like 1988 has reformed. Andy Sneap on guitars and there is definitely some Iron Maiden influence in there.
It's a good song and I'm familiar with the band and the new version of the song.
1988? Dude, the band had already broken up and the singer committed suicide by then.
8/10, I like it although I've never heard of them. What does the song's name mean?
Don't remember that song, although I generally avoid their post-Burnt Offerings material. Pretty solid thrashy stuffs, and I applaud them for realizing that a straight-up metal song can easily make its point in under three minutes. 6.5/10.
Erm...it translates to some kind of sewage machine. Stiny Plamenu is a pretty weird band. Their entire lyrical concept revolves around a mythology that the band created involving various characters that live in the sewers, and the lyrics basically chronicle the various events in this mythological history. Of course those who align with the Christians and Jehovah's Witnesses are killed by the other ones. It sounds pretty damn silly (I know Onder, who actually knows the language, has a hard time taking it seriously), but I think, despite the absurdity of the story arc, it's still pretty interesting from what I can gather from it.
I'm not much of a fan of Iced Earth, especially later material, but that song is relatively short and sweet. I guess I can give it a generous 6/10.
My bad, I was looking at another band named "Hell". I meant to say 1982
10/10 Never listened to them before.
9/10. Very misleading album cover. I thought it would be some grindcore shit, while it's in fact some excellent doom metal.
Speaking of excellent doom metal...
SLAAAAAAAAAAYER! 10/10 Great album!
9/10 Some really nice bluesy riffs and I love the vocals. I'm going to further check out this album.
9/10 Fucking classic.
8/10, I should really listen to more Judas Priest, quite liked that.
an instrumental piece from an album that I'm loving more and more with every spin.
Not really my cup of tea, boring. 3/10