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Re: Metal

Postby Arabascan » Mon Nov 29, 2010 9:03 pm UTC

They come to germany. Just a little step.
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Re: Metal

Postby Microscopic cog » Mon Nov 29, 2010 9:11 pm UTC

Nurnberg isn't such a little step :(
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Re: Metal

Postby Dark Tranquillity » Tue Nov 30, 2010 12:10 am UTC

It's the only stuff I'll listen to if I can help it. I used to just like rock, but progressed my way to metal and then to death metal. I favor melodeath more than death metal, but love both a fair amount. My iPod's pretty much full of:

Abyssos
All That Remains (core)
Amon Amarth
Arch Enemy
As I Lay Dying [(death?) core]
At the Gates
Children of Bodom
Dark Tranquillity <3
Decapitated
Death
Funeral
Hypocrisy
Immortal
In Flames
Kataklysm
Kreator (thrash)
Krisiun
Paths of Posession
Soilwork
Vader
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Re: Metal

Postby luvnotwar » Tue Nov 30, 2010 5:08 am UTC

Does Alice in Chains count as metal? I guess it's more grunge, listening to Jar of Flies right now.
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Re: Metal

Postby Arabascan » Tue Nov 30, 2010 9:18 am UTC

Microscopic cog wrote:Nurnberg isn't such a little step :(

Aw, come on! We may share train tickets. Maybe it takes few hours, but it will be fun!
I live close to the border. And if I have enough people (and there will be enough, because it is SOAD), the tickets will be really cheap.

Edit: And there is still the Nürburgring. That's closer.
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Re: Metal

Postby Microscopic cog » Tue Nov 30, 2010 4:19 pm UTC

Arabascan wrote:
Microscopic cog wrote:Nurnberg isn't such a little step :(

Aw, come on! We may share train tickets. Maybe it takes few hours, but it will be fun!
I live close to the border. And if I have enough people (and there will be enough, because it is SOAD), the tickets will be really cheap.

Edit: And there is still the Nürburgring. That's closer.


Hmm... I looked around a bit and the transportation is affordable. Then I went to check for a ticket. 150€ Good fight. :( I only have 200.
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Re: Metal

Postby Arabascan » Wed Dec 01, 2010 10:53 am UTC

It's christmas time! Ask your parents/friends/guys if they would buy you a ticket as present!
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Re: Metal

Postby Microscopic cog » Wed Dec 01, 2010 8:30 pm UTC

Arabascan wrote:It's christmas time! Ask your parents/friends/guys if they would buy you a ticket as present!


We don't even celebrate Christmas.

Seriously. fml.
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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:31 pm UTC

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THIS ALBUM IS SO GOOD.
KVELERTAK - KVELERTAK
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Re: Metal

Postby BomanTheBear » Tue Jan 04, 2011 7:26 pm UTC

Was that done by the same person who does the album art for Baroness?

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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Wed Jan 05, 2011 11:04 am UTC

It does look like a Basely (or whatever his name is; the lead guy with the huuuge mouth (Side note: srsly cool that the lead singer/guitarist of the band does their (awesome) album artwork)) work. In fact, I read somewhere it was, but I'm disinclined to believe that, just cause they live in Norway and speak Norwegian. When they speak in English it's like "We made a 10 top list! Multiple yays!"
It's possible, though. Give that album a LISTEN.

speaking of listening: your sig--McLusksy?
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Re: Metal

Postby BomanTheBear » Wed Jan 05, 2011 3:51 pm UTC

I guess it's just rare that meal albums have covers that don't all look like, you know, metal covers. I'll listen to Kvelertak when I get off work.

Midnight wrote:speaking of listening: your sig--McLusksy?


Correct. Them, Electric Six, and Soul Coughing raised me as a teenager. I've expanded since then, but you never forget your first.
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Re: Metal

Postby SirMustapha » Wed Jan 05, 2011 6:10 pm UTC

Midnight wrote:Image
THIS ALBUM IS SO GOOD.
KVELERTAK - KVELERTAK


For some reason, I decided to try that record on my Grooveshark. I really enjoy what I hear.
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Re: Metal

Postby Microscopic cog » Wed Jan 05, 2011 7:05 pm UTC

This album art struck me as oddly familair after seeing Kvelertak's artwork.

I can also recommend this band, Sons of Aurelius, their album The Farthest reaches is sweeeet. Greek themed tech-death metal. I never listened to tech or death before, as I like to think I'm too smart for that sort of metal, but I really like this.

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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Wed Jan 05, 2011 10:09 pm UTC

Too smart for tech-death? Pfft. I'll give that album a listen. I've also heard good things about Ocean's 2010 albums, so I shall go on a metal downloading quest.

I always think it's funny that Led Zeppelin were originally called heavy metal. Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.
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Re: Metal

Postby novax6 » Thu Jan 06, 2011 4:05 am UTC

Midnight wrote:Too smart for tech-death? Pfft. I'll give that album a listen. I've also heard good things about Ocean's 2010 albums, so I shall go on a metal downloading quest.


Those Ocean albums are pretty good, but don't compare to their damn-near-masterpiece Precambrian IMO. Definitely worth listening to though.

And that Sons of Aurelius band doesn't sound too bad, they definitely have some skills, but the songs sound like lesser versions of other bands to me. As far as tech death goes anyways, it's hard to beat Gorod and Anata in my book. Also yes, I have no idea what being too smart for tech-death means. :P


I've been thinking today about my top 10 albums of 2010 list, and although i'll probably switch some out these later, so far it's looking like:

Dawnbringer - Nucleus
Kylesa - Spiral Shadow
Enslaved - Axioma Ethica Odini
High on Fire - Snakes for the Divine
Ludicra - The Tenant
Slough Feg - The Animal Spirits
Alcest - Ecailles De Lune
Martriden - Encounter The Monolith
Overkill - Ironbound
Mar de Grises - Streams Inwards

(tried to link to good quality versions of my favorite songs off each album, but a few aren't that great quality)

Anyone else have a 'favorite albums of 2010' list?
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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Thu Jan 06, 2011 4:36 am UTC

Alcest, Deathspell Omega, and Kevelertak are on the list. Maybe the Dillinger one and the High on Fire one, for metal. Not for overall best of 2010, though (Kvelertak is on *that* list, though. maybe Alcest.)
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Re: Metal

Postby novax6 » Thu Jan 06, 2011 4:41 am UTC

Midnight wrote:Alcest, Deathspell Omega, and Kevelertak are on the list. Maybe the Dillinger one and the High on Fire one, for metal. Not for overall best of 2010, though (Kvelertak is on *that* list, though. maybe Alcest.)


Couldn't get into that Deathspell Omega, although I've never been a fan. Kvelertak is definitely pretty awesome, and although it didn't quite make it into my top 10, it made it into my 'get pumped up' workout mix. :D
Some of the songs don't really work for me, but it's high energy for sure, and a very interesting style.
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Re: Metal

Postby SirMustapha » Thu Jan 06, 2011 11:33 am UTC

Midnight wrote:I always think it's funny that Led Zeppelin were originally called heavy metal. Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.


Makes me wonder if anyone ever tried to (facetiously OR seriously) label themselves as "light metal". I wonder what kind of thing would come out of that.

Led Zeppelin never really had anything to do with metal, but if I'm not mistaken, the term wasn't originally coined to them, right? And Black Sabbath only came out an year after them, which makes the context at least understandable. But, yeah, amazing how things change. With so many people trying to out-metal each other, even Black Sabbath sounds a wee bit like a child's play today!
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Re: Metal

Postby BomanTheBear » Thu Jan 06, 2011 1:30 pm UTC

Maybe desert metal could be considered light metal? Kyuss, Eagles of Death Metal, Wolfmother, etc.?
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Re: Metal

Postby Microscopic cog » Thu Jan 06, 2011 6:56 pm UTC

Meh nevermind that too smart thing. Realizing what I said, haha.


Also I'll drop this here, since you guys are all over the world and stuff.

Dillinger Escape Plan & Deftones tour ( New Deftones album is nice )

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Apr. 14 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
Apr. 16 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
Apr. 18 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
Apr. 22 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
Apr. 25 – Kansas City, MO – Harrah’s
Apr. 26 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
Apr. 28 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
Apr. 29 – Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
Apr. 30 – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre
May 01 – Detroit, MI – Fillmore Theatre
May 04 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis
May 05 – Hampton, NH – Hampton Beach Casino
May 06 – Providence, RI – Lupo’s
May 07 – Hartford, CT – Webster Theatre
May 09 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
May 10 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
May 11 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
May 13 – New York, NY – Best Buy Theater
May 14 – New York, NY – Best Buy Theater
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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:16 am UTC

SirMustapha wrote:Led Zeppelin never really had anything to do with metal, but if I'm not mistaken, the term wasn't originally coined to them, right? And Black Sabbath only came out an year after them, which makes the context at least understandable. But, yeah, amazing how things change. With so many people trying to out-metal each other, even Black Sabbath sounds a wee bit like a child's play today!

I believeee their sound was called heavy metal at first. 's what my father says, anyways; I wasn't alive. I know a lot of bands like Iron Maiden, one of the godfathers of metal, were considered punk. Thrash and stuff was too fast-paced to be called METAL like sabbath was, so it was called punk.
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Re: Metal

Postby SirMustapha » Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:36 pm UTC

I get a little lost when it comes to that period of music and all the ramifications and terms, but I think you're right: Led Zeppelin earned the "heavy metal" name simply for want of a better term, not as an attempt at creating a new "genre". Anyway, back then there were already bands and songs initiating prototypes of what we call metal today, like the Beatles with Helter Skelter and Pink Floyd with The Nile Song.
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Re: Metal

Postby Cathode Ray Sunshine » Fri Jan 07, 2011 7:17 pm UTC

Midnight wrote:Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.


¿?

I think the problem with the heavy metal label is that it's widely used to encompass all metal genres into a single category. At least I, personally, use the term heavy metal to mean "old school" bands like Maiden and Priest, that are more traditional, even though I don't quite like the term Traditional Metal.
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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Fri Jan 07, 2011 11:09 pm UTC

Cathode Ray Sunshine wrote:
Midnight wrote:Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.


¿?

Heck, look at the thread title. It's metal. Nothing heavy about it--though we continue to call certain metal elements heavy*. Like using two guitars. Or a slammin' breakdown.

*pun intended.
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Re: Metal

Postby Cathode Ray Sunshine » Thu Jan 27, 2011 3:00 am UTC

I had forgotten how good Evergrey were. Their new stuff is different (way more watered down), but damn, those first four albums rule. Been listening to their debut lately, so, so good.
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Re: Metal

Postby Von Haus » Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:06 pm UTC

Figured this is probably the best place to make this observation...

Is it just me or are the overlying tunes to Hold the Heathen Hammer High by Tyr and those in the latter half of Dance of Death by Iron Maiden really really similar?
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Re: Metal

Postby Midnight » Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:49 am UTC

Von Haus wrote:Figured this is probably the best place to make this observation...

Is it just me or do all Maiden songs sound the same?

Yes.
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Re: Metal

Postby Cathode Ray Sunshine » Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:52 am UTC

Yes they all sound awesome. At least their 80s stuff. And Brave New World in 2000.
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Re: Metal

Postby novax6 » Sat Feb 05, 2011 5:09 am UTC

Cathode Ray Sunshine wrote:Yes they all sound awesome. At least their 80s stuff. And Brave New World in 2000.


Seconded. Also I actually really enjoyed their newest one. Some great songs on there.
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Re: Metal

Postby Amie » Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:36 am UTC

Going to see Orphaned Land tomorrow. I am elated. \m/
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Re: Metal

Postby Arabascan » Sat Feb 05, 2011 12:23 pm UTC

Want too! I just saw them once on Summerbreeze at 3am. I was totally tired but the music was awesome and all...
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Re: Metal

Postby Amie » Mon Feb 07, 2011 4:32 pm UTC

So, Orphaned Land were AWESOME. So were Degraded :D I recommend the two bands greatly if you haven't heard of them already. Also, an Indian band called Inner Sanctum completely blew me away for the second time. Here's their ReverbNation page if anyone is interested: http://www.reverbnation.com/innersanctumindia
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Re: Metal

Postby theradpotato » Thu Feb 24, 2011 9:20 am UTC

Well, this thread kind of went to shit once damienthebloody left.

Quite sad to see no Reverend Bizarre in 13 pages of discussion. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=393wr7Fed0A ...That whole album is awesome.
Others that must be heard:
YOB (I've been privileged to see them 3 times, one of my favorites to see live) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NUrxgvS8Is
Morbid Saint (probably my favorite thrash album ever) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGx_lkJsCZI
Carbonized http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cgb4XL3OHpk
Massacra http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbtkk_GNe9c

Some of my favorites:

Abigor
Agalloch
Anathema
Averse Sefira
Behold... The Arctopus
Black Pyramid
Bolt Thrower
Carbonized
Coroner
Cryptopsy
Cynic
Death
Decapitated
Nachtmystium
Demilich
Drudkh
Dying Fetus
Dysrhythmia
Electric Wizard
Emperor
Extol
Fauna
Gorguts
High on Fire
Immolation
Immortal
Incantation
Kreator
Lesbian
Ludicra
Massacra
Mastodon
Megadeth
Morbid Angel
Morbid Saint
My Dying Bride
Necrophagia
Necrophagist
Om
Portal
Possessed
Reverend Bizarre
Sepultura
Sleep
Spiral Architect
Suffocation
Vio-lence
Wolves in the Throne Room
Yob
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Re: Metal

Postby theradpotato » Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:18 pm UTC

Oh, and I forgot Coffins! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf2ZX_XYGSA
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Re: Metal

Postby Dthen » Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:26 am UTC

Can anyone recommend some progressive metal to me? I'm already a fan of Opeth.
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Re: Metal

Postby novax6 » Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:45 am UTC

Dthen wrote:Can anyone recommend some progressive metal to me? I'm already a fan of Opeth.


Tons of good progressive metal bands out there. If you haven't already heard them, I'd recommended checking out the following bands:

Devin Townsend
In Mourning
Winds
Orphaned Land
Cynic
Hammers of Misfortune
The Gathering (start w/ How to Measure a Planet)
Disillusion
Kalisia
Mastodon (Crack The Skye)
Edge of Sanity
Psychotic Waltz
Gojjira
Ikuinen Kaamos

and Bloodbath (not prog metal, but same singer as Opeth. Also, amazing)
I'm sure not all of that you'd dig, but hopefully you'll like some.
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Re: Metal

Postby Dthen » Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:18 am UTC

Thank you.
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Re: Metal

Postby Microscopic cog » Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:50 am UTC

Seconding Devin Townsend. So good. Pretty much all his solo albums are great, especially the latest three. ( Ziltoid the Omniscient, Ki and Addicted ) He'll be releasing two albums this June and they're already the albums of the year for me. ( Deconstruction and Ghost )

Also seeing him live in March and it's already the gig of the year for me. I might be a bit of a Devin fanboy.

Edit: The band he was in, Strapping Young Lad made great stuff as well.
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Re: Metal

Postby novax6 » Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:38 pm UTC

Microscopic cog wrote:Seconding Devin Townsend. So good. Pretty much all his solo albums are great, especially the latest three. ( Ziltoid the Omniscient, Ki and Addicted ) He'll be releasing two albums this June and they're already the albums of the year for me. ( Deconstruction and Ghost )

Also seeing him live in March and it's already the gig of the year for me. I might be a bit of a Devin fanboy.

Edit: The band he was in, Strapping Young Lad made great stuff as well.


Nothin' wrong with being a Devin fanboy; guy has made some of the best music out there, metal or not, IMO.

I'd argue with you that his older albums like Ocean Machine/Biomech, Terria, etc, are the best, but really, it's all fantastic. Ki and Addicted were killer, and I can't wait for the next two. Definitely saving spots on my best of the year list for them.
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