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What are your most "negative" albums?

Discussion in 'General Metal Discussion' started by SomeGuyDude, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. septichate

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    people who like Warning should check out The River: .

    Jesu are heartbreaking, but i don't think they're 100% "negative" per se. still amazing.
     
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  2. KafkaX

    KafkaX Mr. Self Destruct

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    This album has definitely earned a spot in this thread.

    "No one will mourn me. No one gives a shit. No one will miss me."

    Fuck.
     
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    Lateralus14 New Metal Member

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    Sounds pretty sad bro
     
  4. Mort Divine

    Mort Divine Shrine Maiden of the In-Crowd

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    Stuff like that just is stupid comical to me
     
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    Mort Divine Shrine Maiden of the In-Crowd

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    KafkaX Mr. Self Destruct

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    Doesnt surprise me.

    EDIT: (To your comment and song posted.)
     
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  8. SomeGuyDude

    SomeGuyDude My name is sorrow.

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    Latest Swans get added to the list.

    The Body - All the Waters...

    Hell - the trilogy (I, II, and III)

    Plebeian Grandstand - Lowgazers

    Rorcal - everything

    Think that'll get this kickstarted again.
     
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    Verdunkeln - all Albums
     
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    Pitiless Wanderer Active Member

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    This is an interesting but strange topic. Usually if I am feeling down I want to listen to 'happy' music to cheer me up instead of depressing music to make things worse.
     
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    It may be on the more on the mainstream side of the spectrum, but old school Type O.
     
  12. EspaDa

    EspaDa Demon of the Fall

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    My Dying Bride - The Angel and the Dark River along with Lifelover's Konkurs.
     
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    ASD observing the sabbath

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    i don't really agree about warning, the OP's definition of negative doesn't apply much at all. there's much more to warning than simple negativity or misanthropy.

    reason i haven't contributed to this thread is i don't really like uncomplicated misanthropy in my music. it's boring. if we're talking about dark music, bleak music, tragic music, angry music, miserable music, then sure, plenty of recs there. the cure's PORNOGRAPHY always comes to mind first when these kinds of topics come up.
     
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    warning or PORNOGRAPHY? although i agree in both cases anyway
     
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    yeah, i find WFAD completely overwhelming. the only other metal album i find so emotionally intense is harvey milk's A SMALL TURN OF HUMAN KINDNESS, although it's not really comparable aside from the pace. maybe my two favourite albums ever, def top 5.

    here's couple tunes from PORNOGRAPHY. this used to be my favourite album of all time in my mid-teens, and it holds up great. has nothing to do with mainstream cure, totally different and superior beast. one of the most suffocating, desperate, despairing, apocalyptic records ever recorded in any genre:





     
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