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In the beginning they were like a screamo meets visual kai style, now apparently it's more gothic j-rock with metal elements?  I only ever heard a few songs off their first album.

They have some good stuff but I don't like it all. I do like how they incorporate a lot of different sounds from screamo-goth-death-thrash-electronic-theatrical among others. Talented artists for sure
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I have a soft spot for some goth and symphonic metal. Just picked up the new Tristania. Three vocalists with a mix of styles....melodic dark rockish vocals to some DM. A little heavier than their last release which much more mellow and  was basically a goth rock album with a bigger emphais on female vocals. I thought it was done well done even thought it moved to rock terrain.

 

This album is a return to metal, but still very melodic with a return to some extreme vox. I miss the really gorgoeus voice of...oooh, I'm going to have look her up-Vibeke Stene and male bariton Osten Bergoy. With another dude doing the DM vox.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uxDe6w8zLY


Edited by markm1 - 9/25/13 at 7:36am
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Sorry this is way off topic for everyone else. But, I think Piper is an acquired taste. I like it, but w/o Gilmour, it's basically a different band. Very much an older 60's sound and psychedelic. Think Jefferson Airplane meet the Zombies and toss in some weirdness. But, it's cool in its own way.

 

Yea, I have the album in my library, but I haven't given it a full chance. I have all their albums actually. Saucerful of Secrets is pretty cool too, and that was the last album Syd was on. I think Dave came in on that album, but he didn't quite hone in on his sound at that point. He was there more to help cover for Syd.
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wow floyd fans.cool.David Gilmour is the man.

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first track is amazing

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first track is amazing


Cinema Show is my favourite. The drums are so amazing!

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Cinema Show is my favourite. The drums are so amazing!

 

Ohh!!now we are talking Prog.. What about Gentle Giant, Rush, Yes, King Crimson, Van Der Graaf Generator, Anglagard, Camel, Mike Oldfield. When Opeth - Heritage was released I had gotten pretty deep into Prog..

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I could never get into Genesis' proggier side, or any "pure" prog for that matter. The 80's and 90's albums are where it's at, great hard rock with some prog mixed in.

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Ohh!!now we are talking Prog.. What about Gentle Giant, Rush, Yes, King Crimson, Van Der Graaf Generator, Anglagard, Camel, Mike Oldfield. When Opeth - Heritage was released I had gotten pretty deep into Prog..

Oh I sure love myself some good 'ol prog :)
King Crimson, Genesis, Yes, Mike Oldfield and Camel are pretty much my favorites.

Does anybody else think that Mike Oldfields Tubular bells got worse and worse over the years? I listened to the 2005 version a few days ago and clicked it away after like five minutes. Horrible. Loaded with cheesy techno and electro stuff that just sounds wrong in this song.

More Genesis greatness!

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A lot of good taste in here. I knew you guys were dynamic. :smile: Some bands I see that I might have to dive deeper into.  

 

Edit: I'd definitely add Jethro Tull to the list. Band is raw, bluesy, progressive sweetness. 


Edited by Origin89 - 9/25/13 at 5:33pm
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Yea, I have the album in my library, but I haven't given it a full chance. I have all their albums actually. Saucerful of Secrets is pretty cool too, and that was the last album Syd was on. I think Dave came in on that album, but he didn't quite hone in on his sound at that point. He was there more to help cover for Syd.

 

Next up for me is Atomic Heart Mother and the Wall-an old favorite. And, then on to some King Crimson and Moody Blues.

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Next up for me is Atomic Heart Mother and the Wall-an old favorite. And, then on to some King Crimson and Moody Blues.

 

 

Nice. I'm guessing you already have Wish You Were Here, huh? I haven't heard any Moody Blues, but I'll check them out... King Crimson is a household name for Prog rockers. :smile: 

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I thought I'd post what music I walk around with in my phone. :cool:

 

 

Arch Enemy

Anthems Of Rebellion
Black Earth
Burning Angel
Burning Bridges
Burning Japan Live
Dawn Of Khaos
Dead Eyes See No Future
Doomsday Machine
Khaos Legions
Live Apocaylpse
Manifesto Of Arch Enemy
Revolution Begins
Rise Of The Tyrant
The Root Of All Evil
Stigmata
Tyrants Of The Rising
Wages Of Sin

 

Asphyx

Deathhammer

 

Allegaeon

Formshifter
Fragments Of Form And Function

 

At The Gates

Purgatory Unleashed
The Red In The Sky Is Ours/The Season To Come
Slaughter Of The Soul
Terminal Spirit Disease
With Fear I Kiss The Burning Darkness

 

Beyond Creation

The Aura

 

The Black Dahlia Murder

Ritual

 

Chimaira
The Age Of Hell
Crown Of Phantoms

 

Devil Driver

Winter Kills

 

Dark Tranquility

Projector
The Gallery
Haven
The Mind's I
Damage Done
Skydancer
Character
Fiction
We Are The Void

 

Deeds Of The Flesh

Crown Of Souls
Gradually Melted
Inbreeding The Anthropophagi
Live In Montreal
Mark Of The Legion
Of What's To Come
Path Of The Weakening
Portals To Canaan
Reduced To Ashes
Trading Pieces

 

Havok
Time Is Up

 

Immolation

Close To A World Below
Dawn Of Possession
Failures For Gods
Harnessing Ruin
Here In After
Majesty And Decay
Shadows In The Light
Unholy Cult

 

In Flames

Black Ash Inheritance
Clayman
Colony
Come Clarity
The Jester Race
Lunar Strain
Reroute To Remain
A Sense Of Purpose
Sounds Of A Playground Fading
Soundtrack To Your Escape
Subterranean
Whoracle

 

Morbid Angel

Abominations Of Desolation/Chapel Of Ghouls
Alters Of Madness
The Beginning
Bleed For The Devil
Blessed Are The Sick
Covenant
Domination
Entangled In Chaos
Formulas Fatal To The Flesh
Gateways To Annihilation
Heretic
Illud Divinum Insanus
 

Necrophagist
Epitaph
Onset Of Putrefaction
Requiems Of Festered Gore

 

Obscura
Cosmogenesis
Illegimation
Omnivium
Retribution

 

Slayer

Christ Illution
Deade Of Aggression
Diabolus In Musica
Devine Intervention
God Hates Us All
Haunting The Chapel
Hell Awaits
Live Undead
Reign In Blood
Seasons In The Abyss
Show No Mercy
Soundtrack To The Apocalypse
South Of Heaven
To Death Do Us Part
Undisputed Attitude
Violent Brains
World Painted Blood

 

Spawn Of Possession

Cabinet
Incurso
Noctambulant

 

Suffocation

Blood Oath
Breeding The Spawn
The Close Of A Chapter
Despise The Sun
Effgy Of The Forgotten
Human Waste
Pierced From Within
Pinnacle Of Bedlam
Souls To Deny
Suffocation

 

Vektor
Black Future


Edited by Redcarmoose - 9/25/13 at 7:59pm
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Great list...except all that Slayer.
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