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Relentless Reckless Forever (Out March 8th, 2011)

Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by (__Joonas__), Jul 6, 2009.

  1. EvilKatarn

    EvilKatarn Jaaniöö, Bodomi Öö

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    Um, no. I used to be all about Metallica a few years ago and I know things, man. Things that would break a simple man.

    Hetfield's vocals are fucking shit, Kirk Hammett can't write or play for shit and Lars simply is shit.

    Metallica lost 70% of them with Dave Mustaine and all the rest went with the bassist. After that, they sold out beyond the magnitude of a million WiWis.
     
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    <Arcane> Active Member

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    I play Ugly since 6 hours now. It's propably the hardest COB song I've ever played yet (but with a very easy solo). Can play it perfect now though :) Haven't recorded something for the last 7 months so a new song will be on Youtube tomorrow for you guys!
     
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    Metallica used to be cool back before the 90's. Nowdays they don't have a single good track. And as far as megadeth goes.. they have only several tracks that are real good, the rest are not something special in my opinion.
     
  4. The Bringer

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    I went to pre-order the RRF LP this evening and instead got Survivors Zero's debut for 15,99 and Kalmah's 12 Gauge for 9,99. Both on vinyl.
     
  5. Slayer_Of_Light

    Slayer_Of_Light Hatebreeder

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    12 Gauge is fucking awesome man
     
  6. srob7001

    srob7001 I shred faces off for fun

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    I agree, very fun yet difficult song to get down.

    Did you ever learn LoBodomy? I thought that was one of the hardest off of BD.
     
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    12 Gauge is a great album, and their cover of Stone Cold Sweat is amazing:headbang:
     
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    Murky egg plant leg pant

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    12 Gauge is brilliant.
     
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    A very good album? 12 Gauge is.
     
  10. The Bringer

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    Yeah I have the CD already. Bought it on release day. Fucking excellent CD. Probably their best one. This LP is limited to 500 so I won't be opening it. I know of another local record shop that has a copy as well.
     
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    WilDChilDx New Metal Member

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    Kalmah FTW !
     
  12. <Arcane>

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    I started to learn it but stuck after the first riff... Or lost my interst for it. It's weird that this is a drop C song because this really awesome riff at the beginning is much easier to play in standard D. And yes, it is definitely the hardest song of BD. It's strange that most people are hating COB for their new albums (starting with AYDY) but their riffs are more technical, complex and harder to play from album to album. When I think back I needed at least 1 hour for one complete song of HB,FTR or HCDR (for all guitars + solos) an now I spent hours on one song to get it down perfect (except WIWI).
     
  13. Crzy_Aus

    Crzy_Aus Crazy Violin Guy

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    Harder to play != better
     
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    111!!11!

    To be honest... I've lost my interest for their older songs because it makes much more fun for me to play their newer stuff. Bodoms old shit is too easy to learn and play and doesn't give me any challenge.
     
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    It's fun to play challengig stuff yeah, but do you play guitar only for challenge? :p
     
  16. Crzy_Aus

    Crzy_Aus Crazy Violin Guy

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    Fully understandable, of course, from your perspective. Doesn't mean they're nicer to the ear though. I personally tend to appreciate more complex/atmospheric arrangements and harmonies rather than tricky riffing. I guess that's why I prefer black and sympho to death and melodeath.
     
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    Seconded. Tricky riffing is fun to play, but mostly boring to listen. Of course there are exceptions like this (harmonies are pretty strong here too):

     
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  18. sleeper666

    sleeper666 MetalMutha

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    BACKSTAGE, HELSINKI
    "and NEWS!!! today Alexi Laiho gave uss his own GUITAR!!! it`s going to be on the walll!!! ROCK`N ROLL!!!"
     
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    I still don't really understand atmosphere which is probably why I'm not much of a black or sympho fan lol

    But I think with being a guitarist you kinda come to love songs that are really complex because thats what's fun to play but I do think musicality is more important!

    And on a side note Megadeth kicks ass! Peace Sells and Rust in Peace are killer! Metallica also rocks in my opinion, nothing after the black album though lol this probably has to do with me being a major thrash fan...oh well =P
     
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    I agree. Norther just isn't the same to me without Petri, I've listend to the new singer and its not that i hate it, its just that i can't get into it. I like Ensiferum when Jari was in the band (Token Of Time be my fav) and I like them anyways with Petri. [still so damn sad I couldn't go to their show last week in San Francisco:mad:]

    Anyways have any of you seen the was it worth it music video already? It's out but the link cob put on their fb doesn't work for me.
     

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