Microscopic cog wrote:Nurnberg isn't such a little step
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.
Arabascan wrote:It's christmas time! Ask your parents/friends/guys if they would buy you a ticket as present!
Midnight wrote:speaking of listening: your sig--McLusksy?
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.
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.)
Midnight wrote:I always think it's funny that Led Zeppelin were originally called heavy metal. Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.
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!
Midnight wrote:Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.
Cathode Ray Sunshine wrote:Midnight wrote:Nobody even says "heavy metal" anymore.
Dthen wrote:Can anyone recommend some progressive metal to me? I'm already a fan of Opeth.
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.
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