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I concur. Never heard of this band before, but their video and cause convinced me. Gojira with more atmosphere? Count me in.

That's it!
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Re: the recent drone discussion-this is a favorite of mine. Found them on a metal blog recommendation in 2008-haven't heard them mentioned in any other forum. I love this album-great atmosphere....classic Sunn0)) inspired doom...but different.

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http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Satyricon/Dark_Medieval_Times/1308

Im checking a lot of BM classics .Darkthrone satyricon etc-the above is excellent

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http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Satyricon/Dark_Medieval_Times/1308

Im checking a lot of BM classics .Darkthrone satyricon etc-the above is excellent

Cheers

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^i even like satyricons later works but ive heard the new one is a stinker >.<

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^i even like satyricons later works but ive heard the new one is a stinker >.<</div>

I have been playing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Now,_Diabolical a ton this year. But ya, I don't like the new record. It was cool at first but somehow didn't last from repeat playings. What the band ended up doing in 2006 was strip down the sound and did not add any technical skill show offs but kept it simple, pure and added an organic groove. Next I'm onto revisiting the Volcano album. Starting to think that Now Diabolical and Volcano may be their golden era IMO, though most folks will name much earlier records.

Still many love Nemesis Divina, you can't argue with that being their best.

Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/9/14 at 3:36am
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So I know I am late to this party, but I've been going back through reviews from last year I had bookmarked and not really read, Trogdor wrote a review of the new(ish) Stormlord cd, and man that thing is awesome!

 

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I have been playing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Now,_Diabolical a ton this year. But ya, I don't like the new record. It was cool at first but somehow didn't last from repeat playings. What the band ended up doing in 2006 was strip down the sound and did not add any technical skill show offs but kept it simple, pure and added an organic groove. Next I'm onto revisiting the Volcano album. Starting to think that Now Diabolical and Volcano may be their golden era IMO, though most folks will name much earlier records.

Still many love Nemesis Divina, you can't argue with that being their best.


All great in their own way IMO. Dark M Times has a kind of low fi rawness and folk instrumentation. I love the sound and atmosphere. I'd put DMT with Enslaved's Frost in a similar category. Folk Viking Black Metal or something like that.

 

Nemesis Divina to me is a more mature realized work.

 

I thought Volcano was pretty dang good for a modern BM album.

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So I know I am late to this party, but I've been going back through reviews from last year I had bookmarked and not really read, Trogdor wrote a review of the new(ish) Stormlord cd, and man that thing is awesome!




Ah, Soup's I can't take credit for this. Dave found it. But thanks for the post, great album.
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carcass worship

http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Necrony/4059

 

 

 


Edited by keepitsimple - 3/9/14 at 12:10pm
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All great in their own way IMO. Dark M Times has a kind of low fi rawness and folk instrumentation. I love the sound and atmosphere. I'd put DMT with Enslaved's Frost in a similar category. Folk Viking Black Metal or something like that.

 

Nemesis Divina to me is a more mature realized work.

 

I thought Volcano was pretty dang good for a modern BM album.

 



agreed with both of you.

except.....'the infinity of time and space' is possibly my favorite satyricon track ever. for some reason just can't get enough, but yeah the rest of the album is only so-so

i do like rebel extravaganza as well, IMO it marked the beginnings of their new direction
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All great in their own way IMO. Dark M Times has a kind of low fi rawness and folk instrumentation. I love the sound and atmosphere. I'd put DMT with Enslaved's Frost in a similar category. Folk Viking Black Metal or something like that.

 

Nemesis Divina to me is a more mature realized work.

 

I thought Volcano was pretty dang good for a modern BM album.

Yes hails  to early enslaved.First 3 are top notch

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Way behind but managed to listen to most of meddle(2nd listen).echoes is epic

i must check it out live 2

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Way behind but managed to listen to most of meddle(2nd listen).echoes is epic

i must check it out live 2


It's great when you realize there's more Pink Floyd that is seriously great beyond The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon. I bought the 2011 remastered Animals and Meddle last year. Surprised how much I love Animals.  I need to check out Umagumma and Atomic Heart Mother.....Fair enough to say those albums have influenced a host of metal including Enslaved and Nachtmystium among others. Many others.

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YUP

 

 

Now you gotta find somtin else for me to hear!:p 

 

 

 

Guess you don't know who is playing bass and drums on the record?

 

 

Jeff Loomis (guitars)
Keith Merrow (Demisery) (guitars)
Alex Webster (Cannibal Corpse) (bass)
Alex Rüdinger (The Faceless, Ordinance) (drums)

 

Makes it a modern day metal super-group. Like YES, or ELP.

http://www.nocleansinging.com/tag/conquering-dystopia/


I'm hoping that's a complete member list and not just one that ignores the vocalist as I've bought the album on the strength of the sample tracks which had none - instrumentals are better to work to...  I'll find out in the morning!

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