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Got to see TesseracT and Cult of Luna last night... :D Finally got my copy of Vertikal II as well.  Damn good show!

post #11717 of 17007
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post

Got to see TesseracT and Cult of Luna last night... biggrin.gif  Finally got my copy of Vertikal II as well.  Damn good show!

Saw this show too. Cult of Luna was phenomenal live.
post #11718 of 17007
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post
 

Got to see TesseracT and Cult of Luna last night... :D Finally got my copy of Vertikal II as well.  Damn good show!

 

I'm jealous! Does CUL sound tranlate pretty well live? I hope you post your impressions of Vertikal II vs the full length.

 

I'm starting to really enjoy the new TesseracT release. The vocals took me a few listens. Thanks to everyone on this thread who recommended it. I don't think I would have picked it up otherwise.

 

And, after some of the recent posts, since I've been on my 70's prog binge, I'll have to check out Camel. Never heard of them prior. I'm indulging a 3 CD 35 year anniversery anthology of Yes.....uh, no-not metal at all :-)


Edited by markm1 - 10/1/13 at 10:36am
post #11719 of 17007

I'd say so, if anything their floor projected lighting was really fitting to the already encompassing atmosphere they created.  Definitely suited their newer material really well.  I think the mixing was a little off on the synth, sounding a bit odd at times but other than that it was excellent.  Having never heard TesseracT before (despite how much it's mentioned here :p) they were also pretty impressive live so I picked up their new Altered State LP.

post #11720 of 17007

New Ephel Duath song.

 

 

 

Not sure. I like the instuments, but that vocal... I'd have to get used to it...

 

 

Also, mad as hell. Missed both Nile and Siberian Meat Grinder gigs because of health problems (only a cold, but strong enough to make me not go). I was so excited for them.

Not the first time and sadly not the last... ;_;

post #11721 of 17007
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Originally Posted by modulor View Post
 

I'd say so, if anything their floor projected lighting was really fitting to the already encompassing atmosphere they created.  Definitely suited their newer material really well.  I think the mixing was a little off on the synth, sounding a bit odd at times but other than that it was excellent.  Having never heard TesseracT before (despite how much it's mentioned here :p) they were also pretty impressive live so I picked up their new Altered State LP.

 

cool-Metalsucks has a post about that album having a lot of crossover potential which I can see. Definitely a "rock" aspect to their sound.

post #11722 of 17007
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New Ephel Duath song.

 

 

 

Not sure. I like the instuments, but that vocal... I'd have to get used to it...

 

 

Also, mad as hell. Missed both Nile and Siberian Meat Grinder gigs because of health problems (only a cold, but strong enough to make me not go). I was so excited for them.

Not the first time and sadly not the last... ;_;

The song is...okay.

I know that feeling :(
Missed Devin Townsend last year because I felt like breaking my wrist a day before the concert.
Boy, was I happy!

post #11723 of 17007
Anyone getting into the new Korn? Don't be shy. We're all friends here.
post #11724 of 17007
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Anyone getting into the new Korn? Don't be shy. We're all friends here.

 

LOL.. I never got into Korn.. The only song I like is 'Twist' and 'Adidas' which are old.

post #11725 of 17007
I liked Freak On A Leash. It had that kinda interesting atmosphere. Also, Y'all Want A Single was OK - the music video was nice, too even if kind of edgy. Fuels The Comedy from that last album was good, too.
I never really got into them, though.
post #11726 of 17007
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I liked Freak On A Leash. It had that kinda interesting atmosphere. Also, Y'all Want A Single was OK - the music video was nice, too even if kind of edgy. Fuels The Comedy from that last album was good, too.
I never really got into them, though.

Their Unplugged album was their best work. They did Freak on a Leash with Amy Lee on it and it was excellent.
post #11727 of 17007
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Their Unplugged album was their best work. They did Freak on a Leash with Amy Lee on it and it was excellent.



I actually really start to like em back in 03. I have a ton of their CDs. This new album is great! Not getting a Korn tattoo though.tongue.gif
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post #11729 of 17007

New album is excellent if you like BM

post #11730 of 17007

Ive also neglect this band until now

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