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Recomend me some music! thread

Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by Keenan, Aug 21, 2009.

  1. D.Ingram

    D.Ingram Member

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    FUCK OFF! :mad: :lol:

    I don't think I've ever seen a CD copy of The Experience of Horror anywhere ever.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    That's pretty much the best of death/thrash right there guys, :kickass:

    Another couple of additions are maybe Infected's Dark Century and Disciples of Power's Powertrap.

    Also, +2 :zombie: points for Devastation.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    maudlin of the Well (capitalization intended)

    I know some of you may have heard them before, but they're avant-garde metal from Boston. Da tunes feature elements of doom metal, indie rock, jazz, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, progressive metal, death metal, as well ambient passages and other such instrumentations and sounds.

    They've released four albums anyway and they're all good, but I like the first three best. :worship:





    Fans of Opeth, My Dying Bride, Cynic, Phlebotomized, etc. Dan Swanö's stuff, prog... check this shit out yo
     
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    Devastation are amazing. I feel I started on the best stuff, which is a shame.
    Liking the Num Skull a lot.
     
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    To be fair, with Devastation everyone tends to start off with Idolatry. It's hard to really best that. Signs of Life is amazing too, but Violent Termination... eh. Needs completely re-recording I'd say.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    Yeah, I'd agree with that Dave.
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    This new Guttural Secrete is BRUTifAL! :zombie: :kickass:

    Sick and riffy and slammy everything that it good about brutal death metal :puke:
     
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    Kaspr Bow down to the thrasher!

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    One day I'll check out every single band you current regulars post in here...one day...
     
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    This.. :lol:
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    -[chop]- Sober alcoholic!

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    Snyde Morph Manipulator

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    That album cover kind sucks :rofl: The song is pretty good tho!
     
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    -[chop]- Sober alcoholic!

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    Right? it looks so fucking weird. Yes indeed! I like the song as well. Let's hope the whole album is good.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    Tribulation are real cool, looking forward to their new album. Repugnant rule too...

    Anyway!

    I thought I'd recommend Eroded, Japanese death/grindcore. They only released one album IN but track it down and check it out. It's awesome. So much so that if it doesn't get you banging your head and tapping your feet I'll personally come to your house and do your laundry for a month... and I hate doing laundry!!
     
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    The new Gama Bomb album The Terror Tapes deserves mention here. Bloody brilliant.
     
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    zerostatic Damned in Flames

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    I hate having to wait for albums to be released in the U.S.

    I plan on the buying the following in the next few months:

    New Gamabomb, new Immolation, new Arsis and the new Sodom!:kickass::headbang:
     
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    Keenan Crippling Self Doubt

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    I was listening to Moontower by Dan Swano this morning and was wondering if you guys know of any albums that sound similar. (Mainly Podgie. :lol: )

    I think it's the keys/synths that make it sound so unique, so I was wondering if there were other albums with the same vibe.
     
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    Down Among the Dead Men. Sweet Jesus, Down Among the FUCKING Dead Men.

     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    I'm with you on that, it's definitely the keyboard playing which makes it so unique. Have you listened to Nightingale, another of his bands? Less metal but still proggy... I really like Invisible and I, but they're all decent. Not sure what to recommend though to be honest 'cause I don't really know anything which sounds like Moontower! I've always thought that album was like, Opeth and Dream Theater's lovechild.

    Erm, have you heard Gonin-Ish? If not give their second full length a listen (I've not heard the first one). You might dig that... again crazy Jap stuff but if you can get past that then it's some good heavy prog stuff.

    Funny you mention me recommending you some Swano type stuff anyway 'cause the other day I posted this in the 'Last album listened to' thread and it was mainly directed at you :loco:, then we went onto the next page and I think you'll have missed it...

    It's a bit heavier than Moontower and doesn't have all the synth but it's a good listen, oozing with Swano class. Definitely check it out, the first track had me sold - super catchy riff.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    Saw your post about this album the other day but didn't give anything a listen. It's cool... why they not on metal-archives or anything? Has that really nice thick Swedeath-esque guitar sound... I'll have to check the album out.
     
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    First album :) Out on November 22nd! Featuring Rogga Johansson and Dave Ingram
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    I WAS GONNA SAY! I know that voice haha ...and Rogga explains the Swdeathness I hear :loco:
     

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