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What will be the next big thing in metal?

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by ahjteam, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. Chris_P_Critter

    Chris_P_Critter Freeze Tag Assassin

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    lobster core maybe?
     
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    yes! more bands that sound great and can atually play tight!
     
  3. ahjteam

    ahjteam Anssi Tenhunen

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    Well, there is the other end too, if we take Korn as an example... They were a great group as a whole, but when Head (and David) left the band, I just think the band just started to suck big time musically.
     
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    Ha, sign me up for that band.

    Actually, After The Burial aren't too far off from that description...
     
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    I do like After The Burial, they are close to the description but are a little to poppy. You mix Soil Works A Predators Portrait with Meshuggahs NOTHING and then have sneap mix it.....damn thatd be sick.
     
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    Autotune seems to be the future, i say it with a couple hardcore bands and my friend saw some more doing it in another city.:ill:
     
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    nah. shrimp core. :p
     
  8. Virgil.

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    I think the same thing was said in the sex industry... what's the next extreme?!? Oh yeah, then came beastiality ... "oooh i have an idea... let's go fuck a horse!"

    Maybe that'll be the next step in metal. Barnyard animal vocals over br00tal power chords strummed with a chicken beak or a horse cock. :loco:
     
  9. AllanD

    AllanD boom tap boom-boom tap

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A43JOxLa5MM&feature=related[/ame]
     
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    Virgil. ¯\(°_o)/¯

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    :headbang: Fuck. Yes.!!!!!


    just wait... this shit will be the new thing of heavy music in the future. It'll make Job For A Cowboy look like Elton John. :)

    Or when we finally develop AI... their music might sound like this:
     
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    The future, yeah


    guess you've never heard of aphex twin :heh:
     
  12. Virgil.

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    The musician? :confused:
     
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    CatharsisStudios trcksngsrpbngs

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    actually i agree with you too. bands are gonna have more natural sounding drums, and mixes, but still be the same bands


    pretty much what i've heard from touring bands is that bands like white chapel and all the really melodic style deathcore stuff is gonna be fucking HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE
     
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    MacoySIN New Metal Member

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    ever heard a metal band with a saxophone player?

    check out the sax solo!

     
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    RemoWilliams ¯\(°_o)/¯ How meet Devil?

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    Or more Trumpet



    The whole "The Painter's Palette" album was my jam for a hell of a long time. Kind of wish they would go back to that setting a bit.
     
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    Yes,

    Painkiller.
    they were awesome.
    John Zorn with the Rhythm section from Napalm Death.
     
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    Anyone yet heard any new funk metal bands?
     
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    It'll be huge mate
     
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    logchick MetalJunkie

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    As much as I hate to admit it, I agree with what you're saying here with how the metal scene is white mans music. But in my opinion as much as I hate how mainstream Rap and Hip-Hop are, I like the fact that we are not as popular anymore. I've always hated trends, and I've always digged having my own unique style compared to the millions of blonde barbie dolls who all look the friggen same.

    Just recently I had one of my girlfriends; who is into the all that ganster shit, come up to me and tell me how much she loved that I looked different from all the rest. Definitely took it as a compliment, seeing as someone took the time to actually notice I don't give a shit about designer brands and looking like a Jersey Shore wannabe everyday :lol:
     
  20. UtopianCrux

    UtopianCrux f u t u r e m e t a l

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    I had high hopes for IDM, as it was largely undefined (many don't even like the umbrella term to begin with) and had a lot of overlap appeal into other areas but now everyone thinks fucking dubstep :yuk: is the bees knees for whatever reason, so yeah... not gonna happen.

    :rolleyes: Wow... broad sweeping statement much, about a number of things (hip hop / metal / women / races). As a fan of all the aforementioned, I'd say that your attitude and those who subscribe to it is PRECISELY why stereotypes persist and metal struggles to gain general acceptance.

    Metal, for one, is extraordinarily multinational, and therefore multicultural. From India to Brazil to freaking Iraq for Christ sakes. Hip hop is to, to a similar extent. NOT all hip hop is designed to simply to be danceable / all-sounds-the-same, just like not all metal is intended to sound like like Avenged Sevenfold shit on the radio... not to mention there are plenty of non-black hip hop artists out there killing it. I'd even wager that a good chunk of the ones are in fact, white :cool: (EL-P, Cage, Aesop Rock, Brother Ali, Sage Francis, Slug... just off the top of my head). Problem is most regular metal fans know fuckall about hip hop, as most regular hip hop fans know fuckall about metal... and hip hop, for that matter.
     

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