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So i love Katatonia... What now??

Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by daimonion, Jan 16, 2004.

  1. daimonion

    daimonion Member

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    I started listening to Katatonia in november. Since then I've gotten all of their cds, and still want more! I haven't really heard any bands like Katatonia, and was wondering if you guys on this board have any good advice as to what to check out next. It doesn't have to be any copy-cats, but something in the same vein that gives you some of the same feeling.
     
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    zeroMaximum www.almenconi.com

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    spontaneously i'd say Opeth's later works.
     
  3. no country for old wainds

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    Opeth's earlier stuff is better.
     
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    Check out October Tide, Rapture and Swallow the Sun
     
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    AngelinaBlakkheim Menacing meow

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    And Bloodbath and Diabolical Masquerade :)
     
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    Daylight Dies is another one.
     
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    check out Greyswan or End of green and of course Anathema!
     
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    Erik New Metal Member

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    Agalloch...
     
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    none like katatonia.
     
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    New: Thine
    Old: Edge Of Sanity
    :)
     
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    Well, it´s not very alike, but you should give My Dying Bride a go. I recommend them because they´re my favorite band. :worship:
     
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    Thine you said? Which is their best album?
    I've heard My dying bride ofcourse. Very good band. Also heard the new one songs of darkness, words of light. And it f***ing kills!
     
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    I would Recommend "Rapture - Songs For The Withering" - Very much in the style of the old Katatonia (without reaching their dizzy heights of course ;) )

    AND HEY!!! HERE'S ANOTHER ONE WHO*S GOT "SONGS OF DARKNESS, WORDS OF LIGHT"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HEY HEY HEY!!! GIMME GIMME GIMME NOWWWWWWWWWWW!
     
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    I don´t know really. I love "In therapy", but I´ve only heard one track from their debut, "A town like this". The song, "This town", is really good and I think it has better vocals! It´s not easy to get the hands on that album, though.

    Also, they are working on a new album, tentatively titled "The dead city blueprint". Chech their website, http://www.thine-online.com for more info!
     

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