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   my best post ever

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Check out Murder Construct as well! It's a bit more straight forward than Cattle Decapitation, but still very Travis Ryan. :)

 

 

 

"MURDER CONSTRUCT discharge their ear shattering debut full-length, Results, with the force of an early morning napalm strike. Boasting an all-star line up of notorious death metal and grindcore veterans including Travis Ryan (CATTLE DECAPITATION), Danny Walker (EXHUMED, INTRONAUT) and Leon Del Muerte (EXHUMED, IMPALED), MURDER CONSTRUCT pummel and pound their way through eleven tracks of bloodthirsty rage. The quintet set forth a lethal dose of death/grind, combining razor sharp guitars, machine gun blasts and homicidal growls with their own twisted brand of experimentation. Results is a violent, uncompromising display of top-notch musicianship and cutthroat songwriting that is sure to leave the listener outlined in chalk"

WOW! Thanks for the recommendation. I love this band even though it is more straight forward.

post #13488 of 16823

Interesting "Black Metal" with a lot of nice ideas.



http://shylmagoghnar.bandcamp.com/album/emergence

post #13489 of 16823

Some more interesting black metal with lots of ideas:

 

https://khonsu.bandcamp.com/album/anomalia

 

No, it's not brand spanking new straight off the press, but at least ONE person here hasn't heard that album, so I don't feel bad posting it.

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   my best post ever

Right on!!

 

You just posted some of my favorite albums....Bathory, Agolloch, Earth...that's what I'm talkin' about !

 

Seriously-Blood fire Death, The Mantle-two of the best most foreword thinking metal albums of all time...Hex was my first Earth ablum. When I first heard it-WTF?!  But, it's such an amazing ablum...what? spaghetti Western metal? Sooo good.

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Heard this album by Falls of Rauros today. For anyone else who missed it, it's a really good "natural" sounding BM album similar to Agalloch.

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   my best post ever

What better way to use the devil's post, than to agree. Good selection 'Moose
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Heard this album by Falls of Rauros today. For anyone else who missed it, it's a really good "natural" sounding BM album similar to Agalloch.

Ah, you missed my article about it. Check out this Article.

And here is recommendation for all you Agalloch fans in case you missed the first time around:



Excellent stuff. There next one will be better produced too! Trust me! biggrin.gif
post #13494 of 16823

More CHON!

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new to me but very impressed

 


Edited by keepitsimple - 3/1/14 at 3:20pm
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Ah, you missed my article about it. Check out this Article.


Oh, cool. That one did get past me somehow.

post #13497 of 16823

Really excited for this album!



Their last one was incredible.

post #13498 of 16823

Kind of screamo-ish (the real kind) I like it

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post
 

Really excited for this album!

 

This is great. Consider it purchased.

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Hmm.. Please list out the names of the jazz albums that you are currently listening to...


Sorry to take so long to get back to you. Several CDs from Amazon came late last week that I wanted to digest.

 

My deal is-I've always liked jazz to some extent and have in the back of my mind the intention of purchasing more music. I've become more aware in recent years the amount of jazz influence in metal-either overtly like Tram, Animals as Leaders, or Ihsahn using a saxophonist or jazz infused in extreme metal like Cynic.

 

But it's always been at the bottom of my list. Last month, I felt I was basically caught up w/ new music from 2013, so I said-let me learn a little more about jazz before a bunch of new metal and rock comes out in 2014 that I want to get.

 

So, I researched a bunch of websites for the greatest jazz albums of all time and came up with my own list. I started out with like-"the most important jazz albums every music lover should hear before they die" kind of thing and then moved on to other jazz.

 

It's really a mixture of early jazz, classic 50's-60's bop, hard bop, modal/smooth, avant garde, free jazz, and electronic or jazz fusion.

 

What I have found is particularly the later fusion and also the so called weird experimental, avant garde stuff feels pretty comfortable to me after listening to a fair amount of prog, and experimental metal and rock.

 

Jazz is such a massive body of music. I think everyone needs some instrumental non metal/rock for those moments you want to chill. I can't get into classical that much. I look at jazz as the origins of blues and contemporary music. For me it's my "classical" music and I enjoy discovering the history-plus a lot of it really is good particularly now that I have better hi and head fi.

 

Question-do you listen to any jazz as a reference point?


Edited by markm1 - 3/2/14 at 4:52am
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