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Discussion in 'Threshold' started by forgottenglory, Apr 5, 2006.
Why is that?
It's a little too sophisticated and subtle for the audience that watches Britain's got talent - given the array of misfits that normally make the latter stages
^ hahaha...probably for the kind of audience who watches BGT but there are refined people who don't watch BGT who surely would dig this....BGT is a good example of how errors and mistakes are inbuilt into the system and how everybody else has to cope with the short comings! LOL
Empyria: Returning Home
Great Prog. from Canada, recommended!
(Wow, first post in a looooooong time)
Enslaved - Vertebrae - A black metal band who have been slowly turning in a prog metal band. Think melancholy and atmosphere.
There's no much future in Black Metal, isn't it? All you can do is AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!
I totally disagree with you, listen to Borknagar.
Seventh Wonder - Mercy Falls
(prepping up for PPeur in a few weeks)
I know exacty where you're coming from. For years i thought all Death/black metal was an unlistenable mess (some of it is), but there are a quite a few bands out there who do it well and in an engaging way.
I saw Enslaved at Bloodstock this year with no expectations and was pleasantly suprised, so much that i ordered a CD as soon as i returned and haven't stopped listening to it since
Agree with Stooey, though I'm more of a melodic death metal listener than a black metal one.
Soilwork - Silent Bullet
HYPOTHETICAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL - THRESHOLD
This album is still sounds amazing and larger than life after all this time. Music that survives the ravages of time! YEAH!
Ghost Brigade - Isolation Songs
this album is a strong contender for album of the year...
Might give them a try then, i'm into the moody things i just dislike most black... Thurisaz was the first to win me over though http://www.thurisaz.be/
Their point of no return immediately got me hooked. But then again they sound a lt like Anathema in their doom metal glory.
Scar Symmetry's new album live streaming on their myspace for a limited time. Listening, but not too enthused about the songs or the new vocalists just yet.
I just realized I have no candidates yet for my personal Album of the Year award
The Beatles - Please Mr Postman
during this weekend, while travelling:
Stevie Ray Vaughan - mixed stuff
Aerosmith - Young Lust
The Beatles - Red Anthology
Anubis Gate - Bloodoath
I'm on an Anubis Gate kick today, have listened to the entire (new) album like 5-6 times over now. Loving it!
The Skids - Circus games !!
Smile At The Moon - THRESHOLD