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Emperor is yummy. I have a lot of respect for Ihsahn

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Crematory ends up going in my top 10 for 2014!
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eiIAOv8nnjM




Whole thing here.


http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C-pTDOLohDU
Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/8/14 at 8:39pm
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Sorry to spam chat but which one guys? Same exact price

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Playing Kreator.Coma of souls.A solid classic

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I also like the old Metallica stuff. Doesn't get old for me, though I'm getting older!

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Redcarmoose, this is bar none my number one death metal record this year so far.

Seriously, friend, run to this record....RUN!

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Originally Posted by Trogdor View Post

Redcarmoose, this is bar none my number one death metal record this year so far.

Seriously, friend, run to this record....RUN!




You know when somebody gives you a recommendation, you look at stuff a little different?

I did listen to Only Ashes Remain. A very original sound. Very dirty and not thin but harmonically sparse. Love the dualing guitar leads and snare drum blast beats. Vocals will take awhile to get used to. Sounds like he gargles with broken glass?
Edited by Redcarmoose - 6/9/14 at 9:09am
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You know when somebody gives you a recommendation, you look at stuff a little different?

I did listen to Only Ashes Remain. A very original sound. Very dirty and not thin but harmonically sparse. Love the dualing guitar leads and snare drum blast beats. Vocals will take awhile to get used to. Sounds like he gargles with broken glass?

IMO, some of those criticisms (all good ones) are due to its poor production. But it does have that rawness I think we both dig a lot.

Keep going dude, keep going dude...Ashes is just the tip of the iceberg...can't wait till you hit the middle of the record. Seriously man, please, for me...I can't imagine you will be disappointed.
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it is a good record but pretty flat and fatiguing

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When Maiden releases a Lulu, call me. biggrin.gif

 

at least they did LuLu....what has maiden or priest or sabbath etc. ever done except the exact same thing for decades?  and hey i love maiden and priest and sabbath etc. but Metallica just never got enough credit for doing something different.  heck, even St. Anger is actually pretty cool because it's different (and has bass guitar), and parts of Load/Reload are still better than the majority of nameless "theory of a nicklejam" hard rock bands pumping out garbage on every radio station.  

 

non-metallica related, that dead congregation album is getting a lot of headtime, i like it!  the new eyehategod is ok....but a major disappointment for anyone who was a big fan prior.  but gotta love that NOLA sound.  Oh, and the new Mayhem is really good, I like it a lot


Edited by ferday - 6/9/14 at 2:59pm
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at least they did LuLu....what has maiden or priest or sabbath etc. ever done except the exact same thing for decades?  and hey i love maiden and priest and sabbath etc. but Metallica just never got enough credit for doing something different.  heck, even St. Anger is actually pretty cool because it's different (and has bass guitar), and parts of Load/Reload are still better than the majority of nameless "theory of a nicklejam" hard rock bands pumping out garbage on every radio station.  

Maidens Final Frontier was a little bit of a fresh breeze IMO.
But the band that really loves the whole "lets just put out the same album again"-thing is AC/DC. It's nuts.

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at least they did LuLu....what has maiden or priest or sabbath etc. ever done except the exact same thing for decades?  and hey i love maiden and priest and sabbath etc. but Metallica just never got enough credit for doing something different.  heck, even St. Anger is actually pretty cool because it's different (and has bass guitar), and parts of Load/Reload are still better than the majority of nameless "theory of a nicklejam" hard rock bands pumping out garbage on every radio station.  

 

non-metallica related, that dead congregation album is getting a lot of headtime, i like it!  the new eyehategod is ok....but a major disappointment for anyone who was a big fan prior.  but gotta love that NOLA sound.  Oh, and the new Mayhem is really good, I like it a lot


I actually liked Load/reload just fine when they came back. Agreed-better than most of what was being put out there in alt/pop heavy radio rotation.

 

Just one caveat-I think the last few Maiden albums-Final Frontier, A Matter of Life and Death, Dance of Death-no they are not Number of the Beast-but for middle age guys (like me-ha,ha!) IMO have matured and have put out solid if not somewhat proggish and yes-over inflated-but IMO really solid music.

 

But-I still say fear of the Dark is lame-the "yellow submarine" kids oriented metal song.


Edited by markm1 - 6/9/14 at 3:31pm
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Introducing The New Black Dahlia Murder :rolleyes: Not bad.

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I find myself listening to newer Maiden much more than old, to be honest. "When the Wild Wind Blows" and "Dance of Death" are both epics in my book, and sound great live (En Vivo !).

I have to agree that there is nothing wrong with Metallica striking out and doing something different. They obviously saw that the pure thrash sound and scene in its rawest, early form would not last as the movement it had become. I am
Unsure as to whether or not they foresaw it. With metal now an underground, consistently rippling entity rather than a wave that rode the trends in the 90s, they then released something for younger thrashers who would have been either children (me - born in
82) or scarcely a twinkle in their father's eye during the early thrash heyday.

Good on 'em for teaming up with Lou Reed and putting out Lulu. It ain't quite my bag but as far as I am concerned, in spite of internal nonsense within the band that bordered on the utterly ridiculous and Lars' drumming (hey, this is thrash metal - not prog! tongue.gif ), Metallica are above reproach.
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Introducing The New Black Dahlia Murder :rolleyes: Not bad.

Not bad indeed.
I hope this is just a little snippet from the song. Not a big fan of short tracks.

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