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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post
 

Okay I must ask, as someone interested in writing metal in the future. Does anyone know of any metal bands that use an upright(double, contra) bass bowed for the actual bass line? I'm really curious as to how this could sound in metal.  In my mind it sounds pretty great haha.

 

Aww!! there is a kid with the sticks thingy!!!.. I am jealous of these kids                                                                  

post #11702 of 16808
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

Something like this?



I love these weird rednecks ♥

 

Maybe... but i wish the mix didn't have the same problem as every other metal album ever with bass well covered by guitars, it came out everyonce in a while but that doesn't let me hear how it actually sounds with the riffs.

Any others?

 

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Aww!! there is a kid with the sticks thingy!!!.. I am jealous of these kids                                                                

 

... I do not understand this, haha. I have never heard "sticks thingy" before.

post #11703 of 16808
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post
 

 

Maybe... but i wish the mix didn't have the same problem as every other metal album ever with bass well covered by guitars, it came out everyonce in a while but that doesn't let me hear how it actually sounds with the riffs.

Any others?

 

 

... I do not understand this, haha. I have never heard "sticks thingy" before.

 

I don't know what the instrument is called, but there is a small boy with spectacles who is beating two wooden sticks(?)

post #11704 of 16808
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Gonna be in Dallas Sunday, and FFF is too expensive.

Might go see Amon Amarth with Enslaved and Skeletonwitch in Jan though.

 

Thanks for the heads up on that show. It looks like it's the day before my birthday too. 

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post #11706 of 16808
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JEsus Camels first 2 albums are so silkky smooth amazing

 

 

I used to buy all the used prog records back in the mid 1990s for 10 cents a piece. It seemed both records and progressive music were at an all time low popularity level in 1995. Camel records were surprisingly everywhere, along with more used Yes records than you could carry. Everyone was trading in their scratchy records for CDs.:cool:

post #11707 of 16808
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I used to buy all the used prog records back in the mid 1990s for 10 cents a piece. It seemed both records and progressive music were at an all time low popularity level in 1995. Camel records were surprisingly everywhere, along with more used Yes records than you could carry. Everyone was trading in their scratchy records for CDs.:cool:

 

I grew up listening to stuff like this, as my dad was a big prog fan.  He has every Camel album on vinyl, and the first is one of my favorites prog releases of all time...I'm jealous of these 'widely available LPs' you speak of! :p

post #11708 of 16808
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post
 

Okay I must ask, as someone interested in writing metal in the future. Does anyone know of any metal bands that use an upright(double, contra) bass bowed for the actual bass line? I'm really curious as to how this could sound in metal.  In my mind it sounds pretty great haha.

 

The only one that comes to mind is Diablo Swing Orchestra.

 

post #11709 of 16808
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post

Maybe... but i wish the mix didn't have the same problem as every other metal album ever with bass well covered by guitars, it came out everyonce in a while but that doesn't let me hear how it actually sounds with the riffs.
Any others?


... I do not understand this, haha. I have never heard "sticks thingy" before.

http://youtu.be/ah4O0IvDE1w

Black rose phantoms
It looks effing awesome but hard to hear...I think a bow would make a sweet metal noise

I'm home for a couple days so I have Internet and my good cans, re-listening to some prog junk since everyone on it again
camel is pretty good. I could care less about most of it though, king crimson, rush they're fine just. It my thing. Floyd isn't really prog...they are Floyd you gotta love em! Hitting tribulation right now, like it so far
Edited by ferday - 9/29/13 at 10:42pm
post #11710 of 16808
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post

I grew up listening to stuff like this, as my dad was a big prog fan.  He has every Camel album on vinyl, and the first is one of my favorites prog releases of all time...I'm jealous of these 'widely available LPs' you speak of! tongue.gif



Yes, we'll those were the days. Record stores would give people money to buy CDs by trading in their old records. Folks were perfectly happy in 95 to trade 30 or 40 albums for a couple CDs. You could really find a bunch of prog. I still wonder if it ever really made a comeback?


Still though I think that there is a ton of prog out there on vinyl. The 70s was the time when everyone purchased ELP Yes, Hawkwind and Pink Floyd records.
post #11711 of 16808

Check out this nice instrumental atmospheric black metal one-man thingamabob!

https://krimh.bandcamp.com/

Bandcamp sure is a place of never ending surprises :)

post #11712 of 16808

I know I brought them up in the past, but man Shahktyor is awesome, great russian instrumental doom metal, this song is my favorite, it just builds and builds and builds

post #11713 of 16808
Guys I rarely cross post here anymore (I don't want to come off as a SPAM).

But my rant Cormorant Needs You means YOU!

If you are fan of Comorant, tell them to bring back dynamics on their third release since its a fan sponsored project! :-)

Big thanks go to Soup's for the Twitter reference (article updated, gratitude written).
post #11714 of 16808

just picked up the new gorguts, thanks for the awesome review yet again Metal-fi

 

this album rocks, and it sounds awesome, the dynamics really stand out against say the immolation record (which i also love).   the usual gorguts weirdness combined with an underlying method to the madness.  love it.

post #11715 of 16808
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post
 

just picked up the new gorguts, thanks for the awesome review yet again Metal-fi

 

this album rocks, and it sounds awesome, the dynamics really stand out against say the immolation record (which i also love).   the usual gorguts weirdness combined with an underlying method to the madness.  love it.

It's awesome, right? :)

The new Dysmorphic album is a loooot of fun!

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