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Yyrkoon made a death metal album called Occult Medicine, it came out in 2004 but because the band disbanded, plus they were French, no one knew about them.


Albums like this are the rare albums of recent history that end up being obscure and unknown even in the Information Age of metal. Still though even now you can find it on You Tube as the whole album was uploaded in 2012.

This is an example of the albums I search for. Plus we can agree there is a ton of talent out there. But I guess if all the releases were great then the finds would be no big deal.
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So back in the day, when I recorded Death - Sound Of Perseverance on a Hindu devotional songs tape and was playing it loud on the crappy Philips music system and suddenly Painkiller  ends and the remaining Devotional song kicks in (because the total time for the Sounds of Perseverance was lesser than the length of the tape). My parents freaked. I got a lesson about religion too.

 

At that time everything except Metallica and Megadeth was impossible to find here in India and I used to wish for the day when music would be easily available.

 

And now, everything is available easily and I wish for those days to come back. Not always!! Sometimes :( I miss the feeling of being part of a cult, which was metal...

I'm just glad I'm not the only one here that was actually alive during that time period and remembered listening to metal during the pre-digital analog era in real time when aforementioned bands were actually putting out viable music :evil:

 

Of course, I remember a lot of the nonmetal pop during those days as being pretty abysmal. Oh, well today's kids have Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.

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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

So back in the day, when I recorded Death - Sound Of Perseverance on a Hindu devotional songs tape and was playing it loud on the crappy Philips music system and suddenly Painkiller  ends and the remaining Devotional song kicks in (because the total time for the Sounds of Perseverance was lesser than the length of the tape). My parents freaked. I got a lesson about religion too.

At that time everything except Metallica and Megadeth was impossible to find here in India and I used to wish for the day when music would be easily available.

And now, everything is available easily and I wish for those days to come back. Not always!! Sometimes frown.gif  I miss the feeling of being part of a cult, which was metal...



There was a time when radio was so important. I actually had a university radio show. I was not totally into metal but went into this strange tripy lounge music phase. So the guys before me had an underground metal show and they would play early Cannible Corpse and stuff.Then at 9pm I would come on and start my radio show.

My show was a style of musical soup where at times I would play 4 songs at the same time. At times 4 albums all at the same time. Strange early moog records and Les Baxter albums. The transition was a very weird and funny change. Fist the kids were listening to metal then ......I don't know what?

So tell your folks that just in the playback of that tiny tape, your family was sonically experiencing the duality of the spiritual universe and that the duality is intrensic in all? No?
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There was a time when radio was so important. I actually had a university radio show. I was not totally into metal but went into this strange tripy lounge music phase. So the guys before me had an underground metal show and they would play early Cannible Corpse and stuff.Then at 9pm I would come on and start my radio show.

My show was a style of musical soup where at times I would play 4 songs at the same time. At times 4 albums all at the same time. Strange early moog records and Les Baxter albums. The transition was a very weird and funny change. Fist the kids were listening to metal then ......I don't know what?

So tell your folks that just in the playback of that tiny tape, your family was sonically experiencing the duality of the spiritual universe and that the duality is intrensic in all? No?

 I still remember singing ' SAD BUT TRUE' and  pointing the finger at me and she used to laugh. I am not sure, if I totally got the lyrics but I implied that I was her son and that was SAD BUT TRUE.

 

And then there was the Nirvana phase.As per my Mom it was a band by a guy called Gut Goban :) Recently, we built a house in my parents village and she called me and asked, should we name the house Nirvana?

 

If my parents were born in US, they would have been hippies !!

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I'm just glad I'm not the only one here that was actually alive during that time period and remembered listening to metal during the pre-digital analog era in real time when aforementioned bands were actually putting out viable music :evil:

 

Of course, I remember a lot of the nonmetal pop during those days as being pretty abysmal. Oh, well today's kids have Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.

 

Yeah, let's not forget Tiffany, Debbie Gibson....

 

Wait, let's forget.

post #12891 of 16585
Yeah yeah nostalgia noshmelgia... We're all getting old! 
 
DUTCH EVIL! 
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Nice!

Reminds me of these lovely chaps (has been too quiet around them lately....)

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Hmm Protest the Hero and Tesseract are playing in Hamburg on Friday...just a one hour train ride away.
Too bad my concert budget for this month is already gone :-P
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this is good-just picked it up today

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Hmm Protest the Hero and Tesseract are playing in Hamburg on Friday...just a one hour train ride away.
Too bad my concert budget for this month is already gone :-P

apparently protest the hero are simply unbelievable live

 

stretch that budget then let me know how the show was!   because they're Canadian they'll visit my town!

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I just love these pictures

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I just love these pictures





Ring ring, hello.................hey it's Mike you should come over we're having a get together over at my place at 7:00pm.




Cool what are you going to do, watch movies?

No no, we're just getting together to wear the heads from our furry costumes.


Really, any chicks going to be there?

No

Any beer?

No were just going to wear our furry costume heads and hang out for a couple hours.

Ok, we'll, I do have somthing that's come up, but I may swing by.
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Ring ring, hello.................hey it's Mike you should come over we're having a get together over at my place at 7:00pm.









Cool what are you going to do, watch movies?



No no, we're just getting together to wear the heads from our furry costumes.





Really, any chicks going to be there?



No



Any beer?



No were just going to wear our furry costume heads and hang out for a couple hours.



Ok, we'll, I do have somthing that's come up, but I may swing by.

 



Mike, something came up and I won't be able to make it, sorry.

Oh really? We're being all rebellious with our middle fingers! You should come!

Oh, middle fingers? Why didn't you say so? I'm on my way. Save the lion mask for me.
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^EHHHHHHH U GUYS R CRAZZZYYYYYYYYYY


Edited by keepitsimple - 1/8/14 at 7:53am
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This photo is pretty exciting:

http://www.metalsucks.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/relapse-magazine-2014-ad.jpg

The flier is sadly missing the words "Obscura" and " Necrophagist". And hopefully the new Horseback is more along the lines of 'The Invisible Mountain' than their more experimental drone releases.
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