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I've never checked out Marduk, but I'll give em a shot. I always hear people saying that Marduk only sounds good on the albums but not live, in any case I'll find out for myself. 

Ive just recently listened to the first 3 -pretty good

 

Dark Endless (1992)

Those of the Unlight (1993)

Opus Nocturne (1994)


Edited by keepitsimple - 12/26/13 at 3:29pm
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What's the name of the all female band bro?!?!?

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What's the name of the all female band bro?!?!?

Excuse me?

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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. ;) 
 


Nice. I've never heard of these guys before.

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What's the name of the all female band bro?!?!?


Kittie??
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What's the name of the all female band bro?!?!?

 

Rockbitch. ;)

 


Edited by Negakinu - 12/27/13 at 4:43am
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What's the name of the all female band bro?!?!?


 



Spice Girls?
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What's the name of the all female band bro?!?!?

 



Spice Girls?


Haha, these "boy" and "girl" bands never fail to confuse me - a band is a group of instruments and there are what sounds like instruments playing in the background, but where do they hide them?

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Oh new Nami. I didn't even know....

 

NAMI - The Eternal Light Of The Unconscious Mind

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I really like this band...

 

Agonist

 

 

Individuation

 

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big in underground circles

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Nice. I've never heard of these guys before.

 

Algazanth is one of the better satanic symphonic bands out there. Check out "Wreath of Thevetat" for some intense and passionate melodic BM. Mikko Apsa did vocals for them for a while!

 

Thanks Negakinu, I had no idea they had a new album coming out. They were pretty much my favorite band while I was going to University. The type of riffing and melodies on this song is definitely reminiscent of their other albums; they've definitely developed a signature sound.


Edited by vaed - 12/27/13 at 6:49pm
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http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2013/12/dont-listen-to-everything/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+invisibleoranges+%28INVISIBLE+ORANGES+-+THE+METAL+BLOG%29

 

I found this an interesting article about the over abundance of metal available online. Basically, there is more metal (and music in across the board) than anyone can listen to...where do  you draw the line?

 

Also points to some generational differences between people who were born into the internet age vs those of us that lived in a world where seeking music involved some real leg work.

 

I've been thinking recently how great it is to have so much information about all kinds of things-but relevant to this article-metal- relative to life say 20 years ago-but is there a downside?

 

Metal, like any art form, was until  recent times passed down word of mouth.

 

I'm not making a judgment one way or the other. But, I think it's worth thinking about.....


Edited by markm1 - 12/27/13 at 8:07pm
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Holy **** just discovered Aghora. Amazing! If you like Cynic or Dream Theater or Death gotta check this out.

 

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http://www.invisibleoranges.com/2013/12/dont-listen-to-everything/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+invisibleoranges+%28INVISIBLE+ORANGES+-+THE+METAL+BLOG%29

 

I found this an interesting article about the over abundance of metal available online. Basically, there is more metal (and music in across the board) than anyone can listen to...where do  you draw the line?

 

Also points to some generational differences between people who were born into the internet age vs those of us that lived in a world where seeking music involved some real leg work.

 

I've been thinking recently how great it is to have so much information about all kinds of things-but relevant to this article-metal- relative to life say 20 years ago-but is there a downside?

 

Metal, like any art form, was until  recent times passed down word of mouth.

 

I'm not making a judgment one way or the other. But, I think it's worth thinking about.....

I agree-There is so much out there at the moment.Its mindblowing.The best thing to do is just take it slow and enjoy.So many people just give a good album a listen and then move onto the next good find-play the bugger 10 times is what i say.i will read the article in depth later

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