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I remember seeing Danzig at Depp's Viper Room in West Hollywood. The bartender scooped up my change forcefully when I tried to retrieve it. Lol

Things you don't forget.


Cool...I was in LA pursing an ill begotten acting career between 93-2000....maybe we bumped into each other....

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Gorgasm anyone

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Borris's album rainbow came up in a discussion a little while ago. It's a collaboration with psych guitarist Michio Kurihara (White Heaven). It's basically psychedelic heavy rock. But it's Boris!

 

 

OK-this is a real stretch....but bear with me. I saw Pat Metheny/jazz fusion genius last night. It is jazz, but anyone who enjoys good guitar playing should be able to respect this dude.

 

This morning I listened to an avant garde out of the box recording he did last year called Tap-John Zorn's Bookof Angles/Vol 20. He goes into some pretty cool psychedelic distorted playing that reminds me a little of....

 

Ready?

 

Boris-Rainbow....

 

 

 

Pat Metheny....give it some time for the pyche guitar to kick in

 

 

Regardless of what you theink of Metheny....Rainbow is an awesome heavy psche album

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Borris's album rainbow came up in a discussion a little while ago. It's a collaboration with psych guitarist Michio Kurihara (White Heaven). It's basically psychedelic heavy rock. But it's Boris!

 

 

OK-this is a real stretch....but bear with me. I saw Pat Metheny/jazz fusion genius last night. It is jazz, but anyone who enjoys good guitar playing should be able to respect this dude.

 

This morning I listened to an avant garde out of the box recording he did last year called Tap-John Zorn's Bookof Angles/Vol 20. He goes into some pretty cool psychedelic distorted playing that reminds me a little of....

 

Ready?

 

Boris-Rainbow....Ok,not nearly as heavy...but hey....I see a connection

 

 

 

Pat Metheny....give it some time for the pyche guitar to kick in

 

 

Regardless of what you theink of Metheny....Rainbow is an awesome heavy psche album

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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 

Borris's album rainbow came up in a discussion a little while ago. It's a collaboration with psych guitarist Michio Kurihara (White Heaven). It's basically psychedelic heavy rock. But it's Boris!

 

 

OK-this is a real stretch....but bear with me. I saw Pat Metheny/jazz fusion genius last night. It is jazz, but anyone who enjoys good guitar playing should be able to respect this dude.

 

This morning I listened to an avant garde out of the box recording he did last year called Tap-John Zorn's Bookof Angles/Vol 20. He goes into some pretty cool psychedelic distorted playing that reminds me a little of....

 

Ready?

 

Boris-Rainbow....

 

 

 

Pat Metheny....give it some time for the pyche guitar to kick in

 

 

Regardless of what you theink of Metheny....Rainbow is an awesome heavy psche album

Faaakk!!! I was just playing Rainbow. about an hour ago from bangalore, India.. what are the odds for that? lol..

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Gorgasm anyone

Yes, I like Gorgasm......

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Painkiller_%28band%29

 

 

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This morning I listened to an avant garde out of the box recording he did last year called Tap-John Zorn's Bookof Angles/Vol 20. He goes into some pretty cool psychedelic

 

 

 

The John Zorn before................................................

 

  A lifetime before modern drone.

 


Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/22/14 at 11:34am
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What is your best recorded material? Here's what I have come up with so far, best in my collection

-Wintersun, Time I
 

-Feared, Vinter

 

-Deicide, In the Minds of Evil

-Devin Townsend Project, ADDICTED!


-Jeff Loomis, Zero Order Phase


Edited by Jussi - 3/22/14 at 11:30am
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The John Zorn before................................................

 

  A lifetime before modern drone.

 

 

You find the goods, man!

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What is your best recorded material? Here's what I have come up with so far, best in my collection

-Wintersun, Time I
 

-Feared, Vinter

 

-Deicide, In the Minds of Evil

-Devin Townsend Project, ADDICTED!


-Jeff Loomis, Zero Order Phase


All kinds of stuff. Later day Opeth, Dark Tranquility, the last Kreator album sounds great, anything by Tool, Stephen Wilson (not metal, but)

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The John Zorn before................................................

 

  A lifetime before modern drone.

 

I like this stuff and will research it cheers.

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I like this stuff and will research it cheers.


Cheers.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/441056/the-john-zorn-thread
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Cheers.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/441056/the-john-zorn-thread


I had no idea Zorn was such a cult favorite in metal circles. I'll have to do some research as well. I just have the Metheny Tap album and know he is extremely prolific and influential in avant garde.

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I had no idea Zorn was such a cult favorite in metal circles. I'll have to do some research as well. I just have the Metheny Tap album and know he is extremely prolific and influential in avant garde.



Well, there are the Painkiller EPs which were a strange mixture of grindcore, ambient, anti-jazz and punk rock. Maybe some surf music too. I think the genre they invented maybe only appeals to experimental metal heads. It can be annoying at times. There is also a great Painkiller live set,I will try to find it.

He mellowed out with age.biggrin.gif

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Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/23/14 at 2:37am
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So another female fronted Symphonic Metal band I found at the same time as Sirenia, was Leaves' Eyes, pretty solid considering the only band like that thats ever really clicked for me was Within Temptation's Silent Force

 

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