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post #14191 of 25363
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

Interesting to read what people think about De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas. It may have sounded fresh when it came out dripping with the excitement only genre breaking albums can. But I feel the album was also an inspiration showing many the way.

I still totally love the record and still "feel it"


At first I thought AMG had a type of troll review with the purpose of garnering attention and ruckus? Now I guess that's just how folks feel.


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Now I will return to listening to 2014s Woods Of Desolation being glad BM has survived along the way.

dmds is a keeper imho-amazing atmosphere

post #14192 of 25363
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Originally Posted by Golota View Post
 

The Inquisition album is fantastic! There is so much depth to it, I simply can not stop listening to it. When you think you have heard all there is to be heard in this genre, along come these guys and just turn it upside down with every album. If you don't have it already: "into the infernal regions of the ancient cult" is a killer and I can't believe how they could sound this up to date back in 1998. Unbeliveable. Probably the best kept secret in the history of metal.

yeah i love inquisition -ive most of their stuff

post #14193 of 25363
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 

 

Hmmm? I think I'd have to spend some time with it. Definitely slick and well done. On the one hand, I think the beauty and beast vocals is kind of dated and done to death (bad pun). But, they do it pretty well. Simone has a great voice-no question there. My guess, is in Europe where there is a bigger market for popular metal, this style is maybe still a "thing". No real ground broken here. But, WTF, I kind of dig the retro style.

 

I used to listen to Within Temptation and liked them-and they've gone a more rock approach. Almost hum drum.

 

If I'm going melodic, I probably like straight up memodeth or something like last year's Carcass or whatnot.

 

Thanks for posting.

 

 

The instruments are fine but the vocals weren't even good when they were popular, it's just bland to some degree (I feel the same way about technical DM) well especially TDM. 

post #14194 of 25363

 

 

Every once in a while an album comes around to remind you why you got into the genre in the first place.







http://metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=23360


Finally we get to hear new Judas Priest. Many younger metal heads may not be into them but for us old-timers they are endeared. The bittersweet thing is it is said this is their last album.mad.gif
Edited by Redcarmoose - 4/28/14 at 3:32am
post #14195 of 25363

I don't really visit blogs, including Angry Metal Guy (just because, sorry ;-/) so since this TMDS review got posted (which I don't really have anything to say about - haven't listened to the album in ages since Black Metal isn't really my favourite. On the other hand, I think I generally liked it, compared to its peers), I took the time to read some reviews that I missed.

 

I must say, I'm really interested in Neige Morte now. :-D I knew the name (a guy from another forum was a big fan of the Avant-garde Jazz/Jazzcore/Whatever band The Flying Luttenbachers, whose drummer Weasel Walter played improvised music, also with NM's Sheik Anorak) but never really checked them out. I guess I'd have to hear myself if the album deserves its score...

 

Also, Earth Crisis. Been rediscovering their previous album recently. It grew on me, since in the beginning I tought it was disappointing compared to for example simillar predecessor To The Death. Not that people here would be interested in them, or at least it doesn't look so. :-P

 

 

Unrelated: on 4chan's /mu/ someone asked for identification of  some Power Metal song - no one could find anything. That was like one or two years ago. Googled it today and actually found it. Elmsfire - Ahab. Like it or not, nice to at least know what it is now.

 

 

 

One thing more: looks like there will be some Diapsiquir/Peste Noire 10" split. Interesting.


Edited by Accoun - 4/28/14 at 6:56am
post #14196 of 25363

Not sure if it was already posted here, but a new Slayer track. Haven't listened to it yet, though.

 

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Beneath is back. Wooohoooo!!!!

 

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Can you really go wrong with this title and cover art? This is the second song from the album. It's quite peaceful and soothing.

 

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The next song made me cry. Thank you. Why you do this to me!


Edited by Kirnupiima - 4/28/14 at 12:51pm
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Watain...

post #14200 of 25363
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Originally Posted by Golota View Post




Watain...






I talked my brother into buying the DVD box set with the vinyl in 2012 when that came out. Not often do you see a BM show recorded so well.


I told him I'd buy the DVDs off him and he could keep the vinyl.
post #14201 of 25363
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post
 

 

 

Every once in a while an album comes around to remind you why you got into the genre in the first place.







http://metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=23360


Finally we get to hear new Judas Priest. Many younger metal heads may not be into them but for us old-timers they are endeared. The bittersweet thing is it is said this is their last album.mad.gif

I have only recently  found out about the aborted-ive this but aint played it-ive heard 2 other cds and was very impressed.

post #14202 of 25363

For my bruhs who are down with heavy-as-**** psych/doom, may I present... Mr Peter Hayden: http://mrph.bandcamp.com/album/born-a-trip

 

Crank it up, crank it loud, download the high quality version. You'll thank me.

post #14203 of 25363

I got a chance to listen to Insomnium today. Not really groundbreaking, but melodeath rarely is. It was at least on par with the older stuff and I especially liked the last 4 songs (or it might have just taken me that long to get into it). For me their strongest points are always when they use a calmer, more atmospheric style. And the sound wasn't THAT bad, either.

 

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

 

Your ordinary Opeth cover.

 

Very true, it actually looks like a cross between Ghost Reveries and Damnation. Could not be more hyped.

post #14204 of 25363

I don't know how anyone could possibly be excited for an Opeth release any more. 

post #14205 of 25363
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Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post
 

I don't know how anyone could possibly be excited for an Opeth release any more. 

fak off!!!

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