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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by Altitudes, Dec 16, 2007.
Ah, right. Still a kickass album though.
Do you think I should give the newest Shatter Messiah more time to grow on me? I thought the opener was great but then everything seemed like filler.
It has some great tracks (the first and last being awesome), and in between, I agree, it slouches somewhat., but even then, there's a lot of great things in there, both riff-wise and vocal-wise. I get what you're saying, but maybe after a few more listenings, you might like it more?
I was very surprised with how amazing it was
Fuck, the new doomsword! knew i forgot something.
Oh yeah! That too.
I WILL TRIUMPH ONCE AGAIN
BY THE STEEL OF MY AXE!!!
I care not whether I die tomorrow or next year, if my deeds live after me!
Holy Shit! I didn't know they had a new one, must find. Heard the sample on their site.
Well, only two songs are new. The rest are re-recordings, but they sound amazing. They don't really have a processed, plastic sound.
Yea, went to there site and read more about the the re-recordings. Does sound killer, must find and purchase.
Ok whats the catch with that Yuwie thing? There has to be a catch.
Well, many of my Christmas presents consist of albums from 2007, so I am nowhere near done with this year, so I can't quite make this list. In fact, I've probably only heard half of what I am set to hear. So, allow me to try this out:
Albums that I've heard from 2007 that will definitely be on the top ten list:
Patty Griffin - Children Running Through
Devin Townsend - Ziltoid the Omniscient
Albums that I have heard from 2007 that may make the list after further examination and comparison with other albums:
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum - In Glorious Times
Ghost - In Stormy Nights
Future Clouds & Radar - S/t
Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet
Dälek - Abandoned Language
Dr. Dog - We All Belong
MIA - Kala
Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam
Sigh - Hangman's Hymn
Albums that probably won't be making my top ten list:
Devendra Banhart - Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon
Radiohead - In Rainbows
Winds - Prominence and Demise
Pain of Salvation - Scarsick
Coheed and Cambria - No World for Tomorrow
Ulver - Shadows of the Sun
Alicia Keys - As I Am
Agua de Annique - Air
Albums that I am waiting on hearing:
Tin Hat - The Sad Machinery of Spring
Kneebody - Low Electrical Worker
Battles - Mirrored
Butch Morris - NuBlu Orchestra Conducted by Butch Morris
Caribou - Andorra
Boris and Michio Kurihara - Rainbow
El-P - I'll Sleep When You're Dead
Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. - Crystal Rainbow Pyramid Under the Stars
David Murray & Black Saint Quartet - Sacred Ground
Angels of Light - We Are Him
Lol, I keep forgetting to take that off of my sig. It is a waste of time.
Battles = amazing!
The Project Hate - In Hori Mortis Nostrae
if you're a fan of heavy music at all, you owe it to yourself to listen to pig destroyer's phantom limb. Don't let their name fool you, they arent some retarded tech death metal band thats all blastbeats. Its riffs aplenty with tasteful drumming and genius production.
so he likes sad face eastern block industrial folk. its ok.