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Technical Death Metal

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by ShadowOfDeath, Apr 13, 2004.

  1. ShadowOfDeath

    ShadowOfDeath Warrior of Black Metal

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    Besides Death, Nile, Cynic, Atheist, Pestilence(i heard was called tech death dunno i haven't heard them yet) and goregasm(also haven't heard) what are some good technical death bands to get into

    Also anyone know any bands that sound similar to Internecine?
     
  2. Rottuated

    Rottuated Live Free Or Die

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    Cryptopsy (None So Vile is their best album).
     
  3. ShadowOfDeath

    ShadowOfDeath Warrior of Black Metal

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    Yeah i've heard feedback from None so vile....Cold hate, warm blood is one of my favorite cryptopsy songs...though i don't think it's on that album :oops:
     
  4. no country for old wainds

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    Cryptopsy is shitty. Go for Windham Hell.
     
  5. SculptedCold

    SculptedCold -scented manbeef-

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    Psycroptic
    Nefas
    Siksakubur
    Iniquity
    Spawn Of Possession
    Yattering
    Neuraxis
    Incinerate
    Necrophagist
    Sceptic
    Disavowed
    Wormed
    Psychofagist
    Immolation
    Capharnaum
    Krisiun

    [edits]

    Origin
    Gorguts
     
  6. ThePhilosopher

    ThePhilosopher Metal??

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    SculptedCold -scented manbeef-

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    ahh, yes, will add that to my list!
     
  8. Varulv

    Varulv Elitist Asshole

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    Ones that haven't been mentioned:
    Theory in Practice
    Godless Truth
    Lethargy
    Cephalic Carnage
     
  9. creepindeath66

    creepindeath66 Scavenger of Human Sorrow

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    Martyr and Qua Vadis!!!
     
  10. LordFireworm

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    Necrophagist.
    They (he) make(s) any other technical death metal sound like the fucking Clash.
     
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    I agree with Necrophagist
     
  12. Spirit In Black

    Spirit In Black In Rapture, I'm Reborn

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    PsyOpus
    Ion Dissonance (both not death metal but very technical)
    Nocturnus
    Anata
     
  13. Caelum Adustum

    Caelum Adustum Call me Ishmael

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    Chook Twelve year old woman

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    Immolation had been mentioned, but deserves to be mentioned again.

    Death Metal just doesn't get much better than Here In After and Close To A World Below.
     
  15. Wicked Child

    Wicked Child DYNO-MITE!

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    The last three recommendations are excellent.
     
  17. SculptedCold

    SculptedCold -scented manbeef-

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    Agreed to an extent....but the novelty has worn off a little with me now. I'm certainly not enjoying Onset of Putrefaction as much as I used to, and i'm even finding To Breathe In A Casket quite annoying with it's overuse of pitch harmonics, or whatever those squealing sonic taps are.

    Out of the list I posted, Necrophagist are actually among the bottomfeeders for me when it comes to songwriting that I like. The only thing that keeps me coming back to Necrophagist are the solos, which are, credit due, the best in death metal as far as i'm concerned.
     
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    SculptedCold -scented manbeef-

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    wow, how could I forget gorguts. >_<
     
  19. ShadowOfDeath

    ShadowOfDeath Warrior of Black Metal

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    Thanks a lot for the huge list, i'll get to checking them out. Any more please? I'm in a good mood for as much metal as i can get my hands on especially death metal.
     
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    Again, Gorguts' "Obscura" will be the most mindblowingly technical album you will hear in Death Metal. Nothing has matched it since.
     

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