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Originally Posted by macrocheesium View Post

I've always found it hard to listen to free jazz, and honestly I don't even see the appeal of listening to out-of-key playing. I liked Exivious' first album because they didn't push that too far. Liminal is a bit harder to like.


Nice collection!



Thx, those are from such a long time ago. They are from around 96.
post #12467 of 25479
So nobody wants to write down his thoughts about the new Cynic song here?
post #12468 of 25479
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

So nobody wants to write down his thoughts about the new Cynic song here?

Granted, only heard it on Youtube. Sounds decent, but lacking in the low end. I don't really like the vocals. Does not sound like the Cynic I grew up on in the late 80's, early 90's.

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Originally Posted by Danieru View Post
 

I've listened to plenty avant-garde and experimental music, so its nothing that I found too out of the ordinary. The music itself is good though.

 

Anyway some death/thrash influenced by jazz and prog.

 

 

Well, I just used the term free jazz generically. The album in it's entitity is really quite varied with a lot of soft-loud dyanamcs.

post #12470 of 25479
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Originally Posted by vipervick View Post

Granted, only heard it on Youtube. Sounds decent, but lacking in the low end. I don't really like the vocals. Does not sound like the Cynic I grew up on in the late 80's, early 90's.

I'm one of these persons who like Traced in the Air more than Focus so...no problem with the vocals :-)
It does lack a bit on the low end.
The song isn't that special, but makes me confident that the new album isn't going to even more aetherial than the Carbon EP (which I also love).
post #12471 of 25479

I know I'm a little bit late to the party (okay, really late), but I'm hearing Witherscape for the first time now and it's incredible. I should not have waited so long.

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I'm still waiting. Wanted to buy Starcraft, found cheap Witherscape, ordered both and... 

 

...after a few days it turned out they couldn't get SC (it was marked as "available" - yeah, sure, whatever), so I'm left with waiting for the album to arrive. At least they have a point in the city where I can collect it so  I don't have to pay for postage.

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Originally Posted by macrocheesium View Post

I know I'm a little bit late to the party (okay, really late), but I'm hearing Witherscape for the first time now and it's incredible. I should not have waited so long.

Make sure you listen to the vinyl mix that came with the CD! :-)
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

I'm one of these persons who like Traced in the Air more than Focus so...no problem with the vocals :-)
It does lack a bit on the low end.
The song isn't that special, but makes me confident that the new album isn't going to even more aetherial than the Carbon EP (which I also love).

I hear a lot of bass though. Its near impossible to figure out production quality from a low-bit YT stream, but I wonder if Paul came through!
post #12475 of 25479

More metal tattoos. Amon Amarth this time.

 

"Raise a stone for all to see, runes carved to my memory." In Futhark runes of course. I always hated lyric tattoos like this, but I kinda wanted to ham it up by making a stupid tattoo awesome. I love these.

 

Few more pickups tonight when I went to the shop with my friend (she got a new record player and had a list of Black Metal she needed).

 

Ulcerate - The Destoryers of All

Lamb of God - As the Palaces Burn (10th Anv. Remaster)

post #12476 of 25479

Checking out the Caladan Brood album, heard they had a similar style to Summoning. I can definitely hear the influence on certain tracks.

post #12477 of 25479

old school female death vocals raaaaar

post #12478 of 25479
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Originally Posted by Angelbelow View Post

Checking out the Caladan Brood album, heard they had a similar style to Summoning. I can definitely hear the influence on certain tracks.

They are an exact clone! Take a look at their album cover. Definitely one of my favorite records of the year though.
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The average playingtime of a song in my music library is roughly six minutes and thirty seconds.
Proves that I don't listen to Grindcore or Thrash Metal :D

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More metal tattoos. Amon Amarth this time.

Man that had hurt!
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