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This is Crator, a supergroup with Jason and John from Origin, but they posted the video on Origin's facebook.
Tech-deathheads, a supergroup with Colin Marston, John Longstreth and Jason Keyser just released their first song. AUDIBLE BASS GUITAR. Sounds pretty ******* sick, though the production has an odd reverb to it.   https://www.facebook.com/Origin/videos/10154058464239037/
Can't wait for that new Saor record. It's interesting to hear a record without Austin Lunn's drumming. I kinda like the change to more straightforward beats; let's the song breathe a little more.   Here's a crushing, esoteric one for you guys, the new Thy Catafalque album is streaming in its entirety. I'm really not sure what to classify this as, but it's got crushing guitarsm, atmospheric ambient touches and interludes, as well as melodic undertones. Definitely...
I actually have a question about this. These JH13 demos came with silicone and foam eartips. Changing these tips changes the sound pretty substantially. The foam tips tame the highs quite a bit and warm the signature up a bit, whereas the silicone make the highs a bit sibilant and takes some body away from the sound. I'm a little worried about how the actual sound will turn out when they're turned into CIEMs. I've been told by JH that it's more to do with the fit than...
Thanks! I've been speaking with AJ from Alclair and we started talking about the Spire, their new 6-driver. Shot-in-the-dark:you haven't gotten a chance to listen to these, have you? They're supposedly a reference headphone with a bit of a bump in the low and high end, which sounds like what I'm looking for. They're $900 (as you mentioned :P), but i'm willing to save up if the phone is right.  However, I've gotten my hands on a JH 13v2 demo, and it's making this decision...
Hello |joker|!   I'm looking at my first CIEM, around ~$500. I've fallen in love with the clarity of my Brainwavz B2's, but also the fun of my Vsonic GR07's. Ergo, I value clarity across the spectrum with a mild v-shape for a bit of excitement. Reading through your CIEM reviews, it seems like Alclair Reference ticks many of these boxes. Would you have any other recommendations I should consider (willing to up my budget if it's worth it!)?
If you guys enjoyed the new Abigor, these guys are a blast. Totally unexpected, found through autothrall's wonderful reviews. Fantastic guitar playing with angular riffs and malevolent harmonies. Very technical, but still very black metal, like the new Abigor. 78 minutes, but it NEVER gets old, songs are constantly shifting and changing and growing.   https://wtcproductions.bandcamp.com/album/liber-lvcifer-i-khem-sedjet
 Seriously, I'm enjoying this record way more than their debut. A lot more exciting and interesting sections in general at first listen. "Earthborn Evolution" (the song) epitomizes everything I love about the band. I also downloaded it from the interwebs, but that's also because I pre-ordered the vinyl already and so I can justify it. I just need to get my TT fixed, now...
I'm going to the same concert when they come to Oakland! I'm coming to see Carach Angren, Inquisition and SepticFlesh; skipping AD and Deicide, mainly because I don't really listen to either. Abysmal Dawn seems like bland generic technical death metal and Deicide I'm simply not familiar with. Dagon is quite a character, and it's awesome that he seems to enjoy playing so much. Carach Angren's lead vocalist/guitarist also seems quite charistmatic and animated as well. I take...
 Haha, atmospheric black metal is a niche where only truly dazzling stars can shine. And yeah, it was really disappointing that we lost LA. I remember when I first joined, there was a member of this thread that had Andacht as his avatar; I remember he was quite the LA fan!  Yep. The cleaner production was a peculiar touch, and someone described it well; where in the other albums the fuzzy blackness sent you propelling through an endless, claustrophobic space, this one felt...
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