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Discussion in 'Novembre' started by Nostalgiaplatz, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. Recordable

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    probably... I think I have it

    edit: but seems you have it already...
     
  2. Stasera Piovon Gocce...

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    Hey thanks. Yeah, after I posted message, a friend transferred it to me via slsk. But yes or not, MotW is an excellent band, isn't it?
     
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    yeah they are good and pretty unique \,,/
     
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    Novembre
    Alcest
    Jesu
    Textures
    Sikth
    Vali
    Squarepusher
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    Tenhi
    Portishead

    Been listening to a lot of those last few weeks.
     
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    Dead Winter STAHP

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    Novembre
    The Vision Bleak
    Nefilim or Fields of the Nephillim
    My band, Skylab (new cd coming out soon)
    Satyricon
    Emperor
    Nevermore
    Anathema
    many, many more
     
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    Wildhoney Allegra Fiorentina

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    Dark Tranquillity, Opeth, Elisa, The Police/Sting and waiting for The Blue..
     
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    h8sh8 New Metal Member

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    Mors Principium Est
    Cult of Luna
    The Other Side of the Sky

    and of course Novembre :)
     
  9. Wildhoney

    Wildhoney Allegra Fiorentina

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    Don't you think that Alcest remind of Novembre here and there? Sometimes when I play 'Souvenirs d'un autre monde', I've this feeling... Remind me of Opeth too, but Novembre have never reminded me of Opeth :err:
     
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    Nightmist Cuore Rossoblù

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    now that you said that i think it's true, some moelodies, the ethereal vocals, in some way they remember me of Novembre.

    In this days i listening a lot to Rapture albums, i had almost forgotten how good they are.
     
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    Wolven Ancestry-awesome Canadian melodic black metal, one of my favourite bands.
    Woods Of Ypres-^with doom metal elements
    The Old Dead Tree-The Nameless Disease
    Recently, Avec Tristesse thanks to a thread here.
     
  12. Wildhoney

    Wildhoney Allegra Fiorentina

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    Rapture is great. I've been playin' and playin' their first and second album, but couldn't hear the last one yet. But 'Fragile' is definitely the best. Sometimes reminds of 'Brave Murder Day', but it's a masterpiece :headbang:
     
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    I find the last one much better than the second one.
     
  14. Nostalgiaplatz

    Nostalgiaplatz So why not moving?

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    I'm currently digging the new Amorphis album "Silent Waters", I think they've made their second best album, next to tales. Its sounding so tales from the thousand lakes...the vocalist seems like the old one in tales! It's brilliantly awesome. I'm feeling about the same I felt back in 94 when tales was released... a big hooray to Amorphis for making it back!
     
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    hoooraay! Amorphis has been my all time fav band. I'm even learning their songs to play them with my band.
     
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    Divatkreació Nebulous termini

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    I'm finding it hard to tell whether maudlin of the well is good or not. The changes between mellow and death metal parts are just at times too awkward. Novembre does it much better :p But I do like Kayo Dot a lot.

    Lately I've gotten into Yoko Kanno (groovy soundtrack-jazz á la Cowboy Bebop), Bohren & Der Club Of Gore (gloomy David Lynch-jazz), Virgin Black, Alcest, Rosetta and Mouth of the Architect.
     
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    Definetely I'm converting to this post rock genre thanks to my friend Mario. Now I love Red Sparowes. What a beautiful music, even celestial. This past weekend I was watching some videoclips of i LiKE TRAiNS, they are awesome too, perhaps someone agrees but to me they sound like the My Dying Bride of post Rock.
     
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    Wildhoney Allegra Fiorentina

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    I'm also playing a lot 'Silent Waters' of AmorphiS in the last days, though in the beginning I didn't like so much as 'Eclipse'. But I have to say that 'Eclipse' in my opinion remains however one or two steps higher than the last album.
    Well, my fave records is and will always be 'Tales...' and sometimes I can't believe I've playin' it for almost 15 years :worship:
     
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    Nightmist Cuore Rossoblù

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    The new Primordial is my main Listening these days, along with The Blue (logically) and The Burning Halo By Draconian, i can't wait to their new album to come.
     
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    Wildhoney Allegra Fiorentina

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    http://www.myspace.com/inseedia
    ... do you this band? I was readin' a review for an Italian mag. in which they've been compared to Klimt 1918. They remind me of The Cure. Probably a more rock version of The Cure. Well, even Klimt 1918 reminds of The Cure...

    Does anyone from you here's got 'The Knowing' from November's Doom? Today I was lookin' for 'The Blue' and found this record among the cheaper ones, but had never heard anything from this act, so I didn't take it. Tonight I played those few songs from my space, but should be all recent stuff. I thought that they had more clean vocals, to be honest, but it seems is all growling like the early Crematory...
     

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