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Originally Posted by BLACKENEDPLAGUE View Post

Well that explains things

That doesn't explain schiit....it is customary to congratulate people on a new job for those of us who have learned to walk upright.

 

 

 

Catching up on some releases...and revisiting some old favorite's.

 

Here's what's in my ear as of late:

 

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What does that explain? Oh, I know...I'm not very cvlt


Edited by markm1 - 6/17/13 at 10:09am
post #10127 of 15583
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post

That doesn't explain schiit....it is customary to congratulate people on a new job for those of us who have learned to walk upright.


 

What does that explain? Oh, I know...I'm not very cvlt

1. It explains Nega's profile picture

 

2. No one is TR00 KVLT 24/7, not even Abbath

post #10128 of 15583

I'm about to break into a local hifi store.

I NEED a turntable for this LP!
http://deedsoffleshmetal.com/store/#!/~/product/category=0&id=22804524

post #10129 of 15583

I got the latest Enslaved LP RIITIIR. It's amazeballs. And I thought they were an In Flames or some other nu-metal band copycat.

post #10130 of 15583
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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

I got the latest Enslaved LP RIITIIR. It's amazeballs. And I thought they were an In Flames or some other nu-metal band copycat.

...what? Enslaved has been around since '98...
post #10131 of 15583
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post

congrats on your new position at Metal Blade. I freaking love Marduk. Vocals are off the chart. I think Serpent's Sermon is a good album. But, I agree w/ some of the reviews that it lacks some of the experimentation and variety that I thought made Wormwood and even Rom 512 and Funeral Mist's stuff really creative and interesting in such a niche genre. I thought those release breathed some vigor into the genre. Still, for a slash and burn BM release-totally solid. I think they must have wanted to strip it down and do a bare knuckles release. Makes me think of Ravencult-Morbid Blood-fast, dirty and go for the jugular-but with better SQ/recording quality.

Woops! Let me rephrase: I was commissioned by Metal Blade for a doodooload of work for the next few months. I will never be on a record label's actual payrolled staff though. Everything I do is under my own name. :) I work for Season of Mist as well, among others. If I get on staff I can't work for other labels anymore. Conflict of interest and all that jazz. 

 

What I meant to say was, keep an eye out for upcoming Metal Blade releases and you're gonna find my logo on them somewhere. :) 

 

Anyway, about Marduk, and I quote: 

 

"Hail Mary

Full of grace
The sacramental urine praise
The Lord is with you
Alleluja!
Ravenous phalluses digging deep
 
Holy Mary
Mother of God
Pray for us sinners
Semen and blood
Behold the handmaid of the Lord
In Piss-soaked Genuflexion"
 
Need I say more? :p
 
And I have just sold my DT880 250ohm and K701. Mr Speakers Mad Dog here I come! 

Edited by Negakinu - 6/17/13 at 3:18pm
post #10132 of 15583
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post


...what? Enslaved has been around since '98...

 

'98?? you mean '91!

 

Got this album in 1997! This track is a classic. 


Edited by Negakinu - 6/17/13 at 3:35pm
post #10133 of 15583
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post




'98?? you mean '91!

Got this album in 1997! This track is a classic. 

You're right. Not sure how I missed their first '94 album.
post #10134 of 15583
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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

I got the latest Enslaved LP RIITIIR. It's amazeballs. And I thought they were an In Flames or some other nu-metal band copycat.

Oh, no, Enslaved are like progressive Black Metal  royalty. No one sounds like them. Pink Floyd, King Crimson and Immortal...who would have thought? In my book they are absolute gems in the world of extreme metal. I highly recommend checking out their back catalogue....amazing band that puts together so many different styles I love in metal....

post #10135 of 15583
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post

Oh, no, Enslaved are like progressive Black Metal  royalty. No one sounds like them. Pink Floyd, King Crimson and Immortal...who would have thought? In my book they are absolute gems in the world of extreme metal. I highly recommend checking out their back catalogue....amazing band that puts together so many different styles I love in metal....

I honestly think RIITIIR is my favorite. Their vocals on most albums grate a bit on me.
post #10136 of 15583
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

And I have just sold my DT880 250ohm and K701. Mr Speakers Mad Dog here I come! 

 

You might want to consider The Paradox instead. It's another T50RP mod - better than Dan's albeit more expensive. I have not heard a headphone with a more balanced FR, and that includes the Stax SR-007.

 

http://referencesounds.com/

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Nema Demo 1991 4 (56%)
Yggdrasill Demo 1992 6 (86%)
Hordanes Land EP 1993 7 (85%)
Emperor / Hordanes Land Split 1993 3 (93%)
Promo '94 Demo 1994  
Vikingligr Veldi Full-length 1994 10 (91%)
Frost Full-length 1994 12 (85%)
The Forest Is My Throne / Yggdrasill Split 1995 3 (88%)
Eld Full-length 1997 8 (75%)
Blodhemn Full-length 1998 6 (72%)
Mardraum: Beyond the Within Full-length 2000 5 (87%)
Monumension Full-length 2001 8 (77%)
Below the Lights Full-length 2003 6 (89%)
Live Retaliation DVD 2003 1 (93%)
Vikingligr veldi + Hordanes Land Compilation 2004  
Isa Full-length 2004 8 (87%)
Return to Yggdrasill DVD 2005 1 (33%)
Ruun Full-length 2006 10 (80%)
Vertebrae Full-length 2008 17 (75%)
The Wooden Box Boxed set 2009  
Axioma Ethica Odini Full-length 2010 11 (82%)
The Watcher (Live) Single 2011  
The Sleeping Gods EP 2011 5 (82%)
Thorn EP 2011 6 (85%)
RIITIIR

 

 

Of the new stuff my favorites are Isa in first place, Ruun as second and Vertebrae as third.

Of the old stuff Frost is in first place with Eld in second place.

Monumension is in third being the most progressive album they ever made and super different than most.

 

Isa is truly haunting and even better on gray 12 records X2.

post #10138 of 15583
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post


I honestly think RIITIIR is my favorite. Their vocals on most albums grate a bit on me.


Vertebrae is mine I think. Ground is just such a great song.

 

 

post #10139 of 15583
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post


Even if BDM are a touch metal-core they now transcend any genre in my book. I like this record and can not stop listening to it! I'm not sure they are looked at as metal-core but just a death thrash modern metal band.

 


Yeah, I've only been listening to The Black Dahlia Murder since Nocturnal came out, but any small traces of "core" sound they might have still had for Nocturnal and Deflorate are now completely gone since the release of Ritual and now Everblack, i dont really understand why people keep saying that they are a metalcore band.

Also, now that I've read the new Angry Metal Guy review for Deciever of the Gods, I'm probably gonna have to actually check out that album now. Im of a similar opinion to his own, WOoOS is the only Amon Amarth album that i like, so i feel like alot of what he wrote would apply to me as well.
post #10140 of 15583
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Isa is truly haunting and even better on gray 12 records X2.

I ordered Isa due to the record store guy's recommendation. Is the gray pressing somehow different or is it just the colour or the first press? Discogs says it's also on Back on Black.

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