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Going through old albums from last year.

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I betting the bass on that glob of wax will be mesmerizing to say the least. Hope you got sub? Cheers!beerchug.gif

 

 

I leaned so much about my old sub from that CD.

I have a pair of Genelecs. They RAWR when needed ;]

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I have a pair of Genelecs. They RAWR when needed ;]

 

 

mmmm...Sunn0))) sub devastation

 

i don't ever listen to Sunn on headphones...i have a significant sub rack and no cans can do it proper justice

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Approximately 3 years ago when I started listening to Opeth after not caring much about them for a long time, I was very sad that I didn't listen to them earlier. Now, I think the same thing is happening again for a different band. 

 

 

I'm with you on just discovering Townsend's incredibilities. I recently went on a rampage and bought all of his albums from The Devin Townsend Project and The Devin Townsend Band. I guess I just wasn't prepared for this type of music before. 


Edited by Origin89 - 8/27/13 at 2:22pm
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Whoever linked to that Rosetta album, thank you very much. :-)
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You guys should check out this album by Obsidian Kingdom. Ridiculously interesting... hard to put a specific label on them. They call it hard-to-classify heavy music. It incorporates elements of Progressive, Black, Experimental, Death, etc... You can download it for free on their bandcamp page:

 

http://obsidiankingdom.bandcamp.com

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I'm with you on just discovering Townsend's incredibilities. I recently went on a rampage and bought all of his albums from The Devin Townsend Project and The Devin Townsend Band. I guess I just wasn't prepared for this type of music before. 


Have you gotten to Punky Bruster yet? biggrin.gif

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Have you gotten to Punky Bruster yet? biggrin.gif

 

Nah, worth a look?

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Nah, worth a look?

Well....Punky Brüster is....special.

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Nah, worth a look?


It's interesting, for sure. A lot of people might not consider it a "real" Devin album but it's definitely him. I've only listened to it once but I'm glad I did... got some chuckles out of the dialogue.

 

Where are you getting this stuff?!? Mantiis was a great find too.

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I just saw these guys, The human Abstract posted the link on twitter...I'd never heard of them before, but the song is pretty interesting, I'm listening to it all on bandcamp now

 

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I'm with you on just discovering Townsend's incredibilities. I recently went on a rampage and bought all of his albums from The Devin Townsend Project and The Devin Townsend Band. I guess I just wasn't prepared for this type of music before. 

I am planning to do something like that...

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Two great instrumental bands:



and

http://intervalsmusic.bandcamp.com/album/in-time

That's right.
Give yourself to Devins music!
One of us, one of us, one of us, one of us......


Edited by Tom Yum Goong - 8/27/13 at 3:09pm
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I just saw these guys, The human Abstract posted the link on twitter...I'd never heard of them before, but the song is pretty interesting, I'm listening to it all on bandcamp now

 

Just read about in AMG..

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It's interesting, for sure. A lot of people might not consider it a "real" Devin album but it's definitely him. I've only listened to it once but I'm glad I did... got some chuckles out of the dialogue.

 

Where are you getting this stuff?!? Mantiis was a great find too.

 

Devin's stuff? I got them digitally, 320 mp3s from 7digital.com. 

 

Yea, Mantiis is pretty rad. 

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