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Technical Death

Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by Blackhorse_Experience, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. Blackhorse_Experience

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    I've been listening to Necrophagist a lot lately and was wondering what other tech death bands sound similar. Or just good tech death bands in general. Any suggestions?
     
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    Sadguru In my dream...

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    I don't like tech death bands, but I guess you can't go wrong with either Nile or Cryptopsy if you're into that particular genre. Hate Eternal also comes in mind.
     
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    Yea I also listen to Nile and Cryptopsy as well as Decapitated, Death, and a couple other tech death bands. Trying to check out a couple more.
     
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    Beneath the Massacre
     
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    Wreath As deh rain keeps falling

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    ^Beneath the Massacre is more of a metal-core styled tech-death...but still pretty good if you can tolerate the vocals.

    One of the best bands of the genre is Psycroptic. A wonderful band.

    One of my favorite bands period right now is The Faceless.

    Listen to them. They have one album out, called "Akeldama". And it is fucking awesome.
     
  8. PeeWee1473

    PeeWee1473 I just pretend to know

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    IMMOLATION!!! IMMOLATION!!! DEAR GOD IMMOLATION!!!

    Sorry, they don't seem to get mentioned much.
     
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    YES YES, OH GOD, YES!!

    The Faceless is beyond awesome. If you love tech-death, this is THE band to check out.

    Also, in case you haven't, be sure to check out Behemoth's last few albums, Demigod in particular. That is some brutal shit.
     
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    Definately check out Psycroptic.
    Some others are Spawn of Possesion, Ouo Vadis, Decapitated, Anata, Suffocation, Atheist, and Sadist.
     
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    Tumn baptized in blood

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    Sinister is another to add to the list, someone had just recommended them to me as well.
     
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    gabaghoul Anus, Slayer of the Gods

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    these are all highly recommended if you like Necrophagist:

    Spawn of Possession - Cabinet (Swarm of the Formless is an incredible song)
    Anata - Under a Stone with No Inscription (The Conductor's Deparature is good too but Stone is far better)
    Gorod - Leading Vision (Neurotripsicks very good too)
    Odious Mortem - Cryptic Implosion (this is brand new, still learning it but very impressive)
    there's also Illogicist but it's a bit thrashier, reminds me more of late-era Death.
     
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    oui
     
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    Yeh try getting your head around, Gorguts - Obscura.
     
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    Alex78 Fretbuzz Virtuoso

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    Simple Plan

    Good Charlotte

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    Haha they're not tech death metal!
     
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    Wreath As deh rain keeps falling

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    Yeah I think I'd categorize them as just old school death metal. It's decent, but the quality is kinda shitty.
     

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