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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by reese_apoc, Apr 6, 2007.
Core Device (http://myspace.com/coredevice)
i would have to say Deliverance, the song Weapons of Warfare sounds like Nevermore
People say that Twelfth Gate sounds like Nevermore.
Some of my prog stuff sounds alot like Nevermore. Minus the vocals.
Communic are, I suppose, the obvious examples. Although I personally think that's pretty debatable. The vocals occasionally sound WD-esque but that's about it.
Novembers Doom! http://www.myspace.com/novembersdoom
Melacnholy a band from Russia, they added me on myspace.
Listen too "Master of the Game"
APOC thx for the link to communic....those guys fuckin rule
Sadus - Out for blood
Zero Hour is pretty good prog, with some Nevermore-ish parts.
no one sounds like nevermore really...
but listen to Bal Sagoth!
sonata arctica http://www.sonataarctica.info
Some modern, brutal stuff, very original.
see sig, also grey skies fallen (full discography for download on their website)
search over myspace:
Vomitron - instrumentals with thrash and death metal like riffs
7th son - progressive thrash
divinity destroyed - progressive death/thrash with influences from tribal and asian music.
Into Eternity - http://www.myspace.com/officialintoeternity
Melechesh (I'm sure most of you know them, but I'll mention them anyway)- Earlier stuff is traditional black metal with Near-Eastern touches. More recent stuff is black/thrash written using ancient, meditative, Mesopotamian folk music theories.
Seventh Wonder- Prog with AOR. Very melodic, but heavy. Really addictive
Tomorrow's Eve- Prog. Pretty heavy, moody, emotional and not really wanky. Vocals have a Warrel vibe to them.
Machinery- power/modern thrash.
Worwyk- Heavy/modern thrash.
Sabbat (Jap)- Very underrated death/thrash/proto-black metal.
Enochian Crescent- Weird black metal. Last album is mix of thrash and black with hints of avant-garde.
Burning Inside- Tech death with Richard Christy and Michael Estes of Acheron.
Atheretic- Over the top tech death
I would recommend Ludicra, a quality black metal-ish band from the Bay Area...
Brain Drill, Decapitated, Nile, Vile, Vornagar, Deicide, Demilich, Necrophagist, Acid Bath, Cryptopsy, Graven Dusk, Immortal, Opeth, Sentenced, Katatonia, Sakrefix, Serpent Lord, Ceremonial Castings, Shadow Magus, The Dead Will Devour, Aeons of Eclipse.
you just reminded me to listen to Sphinx