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Thanks to both of you!


Everyone who is enjoying Arsaidhs super awesome debut should check out this lovely band:

http://skagos.bandcamp.com/album/anarchic


Their new album is at least on par with the Arsaidh one smily_headphones1.gif

Loving it!

Skagos has been around for a while....Canadian love. Ast was an excellent album though its been a while since I spun it.
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

 

Alas, too young! First gigs I ever went to were local death metal bands in the early nineties (Altar, Pestilence, Sinister, Thanatos). It was until 1997 that I visited my first metal festival (Dynamo Open air) and saw bands like Cradle of Filth, Entombed, Samael, Testament and Type O Negative. 

 

I've always had really wide taste in music, but I went through a period round about 1984-1990 when it was (mostly) all about extreme metal and hardcore punk. Some people might call that a "phase" but I would point out the records that were released in that period and suggest that I wasn't going through a phase - metal was!

 

There were so many great records released in those few years.


Edited by Jamesy1969 - 6/29/13 at 4:46pm
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

I have Still Life and Blackwater Park lying here (both legacy edition)

Is there a way to extract the 5.1 tracks and convert them to stereo without cutting away channels? I heard something about it, but Google isn't really helpful.



Yep, it's called DVD Audio Extractor, I just ripped em into a folder in my documents. As I remember there were all kinds of features to play around with.

Just google it. A 30 day trial is free.
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post


Yep, it's called DVD Audio Extractor, I just ripped em into a folder in my documents. As I remember there were all kinds of features to play around with.

Just google it. A 30 day trial is free.

I don't think dvd audio extractor downmixes the 5.1 track to two channel so maybe rip it first then downmix in foobar?

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

I have Still Life and Blackwater Park lying here (both legacy edition)
Is there a way to extract the 5.1 tracks and convert them to stereo without cutting away channels? I heard something about it, but Google isn't really helpful.


Yup. It's all spelled out in this thread:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/93206/darkest-desires-part-v/2250

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Originally Posted by donunus View Post

I don't think dvd audio extractor downmixes the 5.1 track to two channel so maybe rip it first then downmix in foobar?


Or if you have a cinema amp just choose 2 channel stereo and the cinema amp down mixes the 5.1 to two channel on the fly.
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Yup. It's all spelled out in this thread:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/93206/darkest-desires-part-v/2250
Many thanks!
Looks rather complicated, but I'll see what I can do :-)
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A young but very talented black metal band, Infera Bruo, has just released their debut on bandcamp. Reminds me of <code>, old-school Opeth with their Kvhost-like clean vocals, creeping, sinister vibe and progressive touches in their brand of black metal. For those looking for thoughtful yet true-to-form black metal, I'd suggest a listen!

 

http://inferabruo.bandcamp.com/album/desolate-unknown

 

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Originally Posted by vaed View Post

A young but very talented black metal band, Infera Bruo, has just released their debut on bandcamp. Reminds me of <code>, old-school Opeth with their Kvhost-like clean vocals, creeping, sinister vibe and progressive touches in their brand of black metal. For those looking for thoughtful yet true-to-form black metal, I'd suggest a listen!

 

http://inferabruo.bandcamp.com/album/desolate-unknown

 

Very nice, and intriguing!  I'll be giving this a listen when I get home tonight for sure

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If anyone is interested looks like Carcass are back and sounding better than ever:

 

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Tomorrow I'll be seeing BTBAM for the second time live :)
Consider me excited!

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Some cool instrumental stuff I haven't seen here yet:

 

 

Pomegranate Tiger

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