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Discussion in 'Maiden Downunder' started by Southy, Jun 14, 2016.
Southy, I see you've been digging the new Suicidal Tendencies and to a lesser extent the Brujeria!
I have mate, cheers There has been a lot of good stuff about of late, difficult to keep up with it all
I've never been a Body Count fan, but their new tracks are fuggin awesome. So great and fresh hearing new passionate protest music.
It's shit. Latching onto black lives matter is so cringeworthy.
God "Black Hoodie" is so cringeworthy and shit. The lyrics stink of an old rich fuck trying to remain relevant by consuming non-stop CNN drivel, pretending to be mad and writing some lazy vocals over boring instruments. How do you like this shit?
Old Body Count was a billion times better than this shit.
Too remain popular, one must try and stay relevant. That is what Body Count have done rather successfully mate. You find it cringe worthy where an awful lot of people are hailing it as a great album.
I personally like the album because it does sound raw and angry like the first two B.C. albums. Maybe because I am an old bastard I enjoy it....
Fair enough. I think it's sad.
I think when modern hardcore attempts to throwback or rehash it is sad.
I have always wondered how artists remain angry after they have 'made it' but I guess the anger never really goes any where....I mean, it can't buy happiness right?
I reckon the new BC is great. I've been listening to them since about 1993 and it's better than anything after the first album.
That is what most of us that were fans in the early 90's think. Maybe we are all showing our age
Or just showing your shitty taste.
Column A mate, always column A. Taste is subjective, age isn't
Only thing I've paid money for in ages was Bring me the Horizon...and I quite like it.
Nothing wrong with that. If anything they have improved with age.
Recently got into Brit postpunk band White Lies. They sound a bit crossed between The Killers and The Cure. Good stuff.
Also digging the new Egypt album Cracks and Lines.
Living Colour released a new album recently (Shade) and I gave it a listen earlier. Sounds really good on first listen, more so than their previous album.
I didn't mind that new LC album too much either
Where do you folks buy albums these days? I just ordered some Sabbath and Dio on wowhd.com.au. They don't have everything, but are pretty good.
Local media store and often times Bandcamp.