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Ghost Reveries on vinyl sounds great. Go buy it. Buy Riittiir also. It's even better.

Two great releases from great bands....lead me to a 70's prog binge...Yes, King Crimson, digging Jefferson Airplane....you can really see the influence of 70's prog on such aforementioned bands.

 

I’m working my way backwards. Opeth-Enslaved-Steven Wilson-Floyd/Yes…it’s all backwards man! What's next? Vivaldi?

post #11837 of 14128
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Two great releases from great bands....lead me to a 70's prog binge...Yes, King Crimson, digging Jefferson Airplane....you can really see the influence of 70's prog on such aforementioned bands.

 

I’m working my way backwards. Opeth-Enslaved-Steven Wilson-Floyd/Yes…it’s all backwards man! What's next? Vivaldi?

Debussy.:tongue: 


Edited by Kirnupiima - 10/14/13 at 10:34am
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Guys, this is out of context. This song is from a sad Bollywood movie but I just love the female vocals in this song. This song goes to everyone who keeps the metal thread alive.

post #11839 of 14128
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Debussy.:tongue:

So tasteful.....sweet....now I need to put on some utter filth...shouldn't be hard given my collection.

 

Actually-that was very nice.

post #11840 of 14128
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Mr Ferday... I am waiting for your Impale Golden Horn'esque recommendations...

my bad, friend....i'm 1000km away from my music collection right now LOL and the internet isn't good enough to get on my server

 

will get on it as soon as i can ha ha

 

off the top of my head some drone stuff like nadja, hjarnidaudi would be similar, but heavier

i have a huge ambient collection but the majority of ambient is electronic based, not fuzzed out guitar drone like Impale Golden...probably looking more into really drone post-rock stuff.  i have a huge post rock collection as well, but the problem with drone stuff is it's really hard to remember names since it can all sound pretty similar in the end

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my bad, friend....i'm 1000km away from my music collection right now LOL and the internet isn't good enough to get on my server

 

will get on it as soon as i can ha ha

 

off the top of my head some drone stuff like nadja, hjarnidaudi would be similar, but heavier

i have a huge ambient collection but the majority of ambient is electronic based, not fuzzed out guitar drone like Impale Golden...probably looking more into really drone post-rock stuff.  i have a huge post rock collection as well, but the problem with drone stuff is it's really hard to remember names since it can all sound pretty similar in the end

Sorry my friend. Mr Ferday. The song posted earlier was for you too. Its from a bad Bollywood movie. But as I said, I am a sucker for good female vocals.. take your time. Its cool. I have been able to find more stuff through internet search, like  Sailors with Wax Wings, Planning For Burial, Nadja, Mammifer, Pyramids, 

 

 

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Originally Posted by esw1026 View Post
 

Let me introduce the underground death metal masterpiece :

 

Timeghoul - 1992-1994 Discography

 

The album cover

 

The entire album

I have this.Its very good and an underground gem.

post #11843 of 14128
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I have this.Its very good and an underground gem.

An I shall write about it! :-)
post #11844 of 14128
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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

np: Enslaved - Riittiir.

I somehow had some weird prejudices about this band. It's still a mystery to me how I ended up really liking music like this. Yet I have no clue what I though "this" was.

I like Riittiir.

I've had some trouble sleeping recently and the upcoming winter hurts my ears so music hasn't been enjoyed in this house too much.duggehsmile.png
There's a Pinkish Black sophomore record still waiting to get some play time and Boards of Canada reprints later this week. (Where's that new Chelsea Wolfe record of mine btw? Oh, right over there still in wrapping.)

Ghost Reveries on vinyl sounds great. Go buy it. Buy Riittiir also. It's even better.

Edit: Related to Emperor discussion I listened to Ihsahn's previous record on spotify and sounds pretty good. There's some good stuff in there. Might get the new album! Emperor maybe not so much for me.




Well, the prejudices was that is was some kind of cheesy Viking Metal, ............and it kinda is Viking Metal but not cheesy at all. It's really in it's own genre.

Amazing to read someone finally has Ghost Reveries on vinyl. I purchased it when it came out in the vinyl section of Hot Topic fully surrounded by goth mall rats with pink sprayed hair.
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Kind of bored at work...

 

I noticed on Allmusic's home page-editor's choice-selection's for September 2013-they listed Carcass-Surgical Steal. Pretty surprised. They don't list much metal at all on thier editor or critics picks.

 

In fact, out of about 80 releases, about the only other artist I recognize that I would even catogorize as Rock were new releases from Windhand-Soma who I've seen written up on metal blogs, NIN, Elvis Costello, Greatful Dead, Nirvana's In Utero remaster. I'm sure there were a couple of others from artists that I'm not familiar with.....

 

http://www.allmusic.com/newreleases/editorschoice


Edited by markm1 - 10/15/13 at 9:27am
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http://www.metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=21550

 

 

New full dynamic range Covenant vinyl LP released by Morbid Angle.

 

*


Edited by Redcarmoose - 10/16/13 at 7:53am
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All Hail the Metal !  LOL

 

I have a pretty extensive collection of Metal. All of it is on a 2TB USB Pocket drive. And all of it is burned in FLAC. I sure wish it were easy to list, but it is fairly extensive. When I pull up J-River and push "play",the data says it will play non-stop for 76 days, without ever playing the same song twice.  I have went through countless headphones, and still have not heard Metal reproduced as it should be on headphones. Audio guris claim Classical is the most difficult to accurately reproduce, but Metal has proven to be MUCH more difficult. time and again ! I will try and post a list of my collection in the next few days.

post #11848 of 14128
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Debussy.:tongue: 

 

I love Debussy. Ravel is pretty sweet as well. It's been said that they're responsible for being the catalyst of contemporary music.


Edited by Origin89 - 10/16/13 at 12:46pm
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I love Debussy. Ravel is pretty sweet as well. It's been said that they're responsible for being the catalyst of contemporary music.

Do you recommend any particular recording as a starting point?

post #11850 of 14128
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All Hail the Metal !  LOL

I have a pretty extensive collection of Metal. All of it is on a 2TB USB Pocket drive. And all of it is burned in FLAC. I sure wish it were easy to list, but it is fairly extensive. When I pull up J-River and push "play",the data says it will play non-stop for 76 days, without ever playing the same song twice.  I have went through countless headphones, and still have not heard Metal reproduced as it should be on headphones. Audio guris claim Classical is the most difficult to accurately reproduce, but Metal has proven to be MUCH more difficult. time and again ! I will try and post a list of my collection in the next few days.

You have 2TB of just metal? Holy crap I thought I had a fair amount

IMO my grados are the best at making metal sound awesome, but everyone has their own tastes...
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