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maybeshewill

yes it is all one word. A sort of metal meets post rock band. Im njoying them very much atm
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Listening to In Vain after the recommendation from the previous pages. Awesome so far!

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Listening to In Vain after the recommendation from the previous pages. Awesome so far!

I know, right..

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I actually purchased Arockalypse when it came out. Had this song as a special edition CD. I guess I played it like 5 times. Not really my style. The guy at the CD store gave me a strange look when I purchased it, Bionic Records in Huntington Beach California. I used to get a heavy metal satalite radio station in my car. I heard them on my way to the CD store. Total impulse buy.

Idk, I just find the song really catchy. 

 

Btw, anyone hear angel of death by slayer in this song: 

 

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Originally Posted by suicidal_orange View Post
 

The first pic looks like some guys heading to a stag party (a mans last night out before getting married) while the second look like they spent way too long getting dressed up and putting on their make up.

 

Personally I think the second band might put on the better live show and probably look the more professional, but the first are more likely to have some talent because they don't feel the need to hide behind their appearance.

I don't think the purpose of corpse paint is used to hide behind their appearances.

 

oh and some gifs cuz, i'm bored. 

 

 

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Man, what an incredible album!



Only thing that it lacks is decent mastering :angry_face:
 

foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1
log date: 2013-12-26 20:33:21

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Analyzed: SubRosa / More Constant Than The Gods
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DR         Peak         RMS     Duration Track
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DR4        0.00 dB    -6.15 dB     14:17 01-The Usher
DR5        0.00 dB    -5.36 dB     11:05 02-Ghosts Of A Dead Empire
DR5        0.00 dB    -5.41 dB      7:31 03-Cosey Mo
DR5        0.00 dB    -5.75 dB     12:18 04-Fat Of The Ram
DR5        0.00 dB    -5.92 dB      9:49 05-Affliction
DR5        0.00 dB    -6.70 dB     12:34 06-No Safe Harbor
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Number of tracks:  6
Official DR value: DR5

Samplerate:        44100 Hz
Channels:          2
Bits per sample:   16
Bitrate:           838 kbps
Codec:             FLAC
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

Man, what an incredible album!





Only thing that it lacks is decent mastering angry_face.gif

 
foobar2000 1.2.9 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1

log date: 2013-12-26 20:33:21

Analyzed: SubRosa / More Constant Than The Gods

DR         Peak         RMS     Duration Track


DR4        0.00 dB    -6.15 dB     14:17 01-The Usher

DR5        0.00 dB    -5.36 dB     11:05 02-Ghosts Of A Dead Empire

DR5        0.00 dB    -5.41 dB      7:31 03-Cosey Mo

DR5        0.00 dB    -5.75 dB     12:18 04-Fat Of The Ram

DR5        0.00 dB    -5.92 dB      9:49 05-Affliction

DR5        0.00 dB    -6.70 dB     12:34 06-No Safe Harbor

Number of tracks:  6

Official DR value: DR5
Samplerate:        44100 Hz

Channels:          2

Bits per sample:   16

Bitrate:           838 kbps

Codec:             FLAC

================================================================================

Two things, the last 2 tracks IMO are very weak and aren't fleshed out as much as I would like. Opinions do vary.

The friggin guy from Marduk mastered this. What a disaster....IN EVERY WAY....
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Two things, the last 2 tracks IMO are very weak and aren't fleshed out as much as I would like. Opinions do vary.

The friggin guy from Marduk mastered this. What a disaster....IN EVERY WAY....

Oh, I do like the the last track with all it's violins and such. Really cool vocals too.

He did? Well, that might explain why the mastering is...a bit off.
 

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This is some sweet, sweet atmospheric bm for the trve connaisseur... And if you hate this we can never be friends. ;) 
 

 

Seriously though; NEVAR!

 


Edited by Negakinu - 12/26/13 at 2:05pm
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Trve Kvlt Pandas

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Do they play guitars that are made out of bamboo? 

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Do they play guitars that are made out of bamboo? 

Yes, they do indeed.

 

Ex:

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Death Metal Shiba


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Edited by torres savior - 12/26/13 at 3:13pm
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