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Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by audiophileguy, Jun 24, 2010.
Liked that 7.5/10
4/10, not a big Meshuggah fan. Sorry dude.
I love Shoegazey BM and I dig Slowdive, but I can't get too into other Shoegaze for some reason. 6/10
Not much of a death metal fan but surprisingly good 7/10.
1) I'm aware of when it was made, but that doesn't change that the clarity issues bother me. I'm one of those toolboxes that tries to get the highest fidelity of his audio files. I found it distracting.
2) The interpretation is subjective. I'm a fan of newer as well as older. That's the nifty thing about interpretation. It's like Chopin: if you play it as written it's lifeless, but the beauty comes out in hearing the player let it breathe.
Anyway, Necros Christos: 6/10. Not bad, just wasn't feeling it hardcore.
8/10 Cool stuff.
Ha, this is actually sort of good. 7/10.
New Lord Wind.
3/10. Not my thing.
If you're having clarity issues with this recording, its because you aren't plugging your computer into an adequate sound system. Stop using cheap speakers and the problem goes away.
Untrue. It is NOT subjective. There are correct interpretations (which acknowledge and follow the intent of the composer) and incorrect interpretations (which impose the conductor's will on a work of art that they'll never understand with the clarity of a composer). My experience is that people who prefer incorrect or inauthentic performances generally don't really understand the music or mind of the composer. Failing to grasp the intent of the artist, they don't know what to listen for.
Why the fuck is it your MO to come on to a forum as a new poster and look to get into as many arguments as possible?
8/10. Feel like they didn't really have much of an idea for 60% of that song, but the breakdown was pretty sweet. Sweet album art / name too.
Lo, for a damning ode of "Humanity's Cesspool" that curse'eth man's folly, arrogance and insatiable greed!
We are fucking parasitic.
Eating out the womb of the planet
admonish'eth ye vocalist, in a squeal more swine than man; as if mankind's tendencies be'ith on par with this beast that wallow'eth within it's very own filth!
Quite powerful and condemning, dear GrayRain, VII/X!
This post now concludeth!
Lo, ye noble knight. Whilst I highly respect'eth metallurgy of the opiate variety, I do not liketh the travesty thy electric necromancer hast inflicted upon the Sabbathian grail. III/X
8/10 I gotta listen to more Vader...
8/10. Never heard of them, but I love the black metal/thrash/speed metal sound. It's pretty groovy too.
Old school shit right there.
^ (Not to break the thread but...) It's the band who became Necrodeath if that helps, band reformed recently with the drummer from Necrodeath taking over bass/vocals and put that thing out last year.
1/10 Never could get into Morbid Angle. this song didn't change it.
What kind of angle is it? Obtuse?
3/10 I rarely like that kind of vocals, and the obvious drum-machine battery didnt help.