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Pictures!!!! (Click to show)

 

Aborted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

love it.  my kids would love that shirt, my wife not so much

 

 

for the doom heads, check out Serpentine Path - Emanations.  wicked death/doom from a supergroup of sorts...


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T-shirts I bought:

Pictures!!!! (Click to show)

 

Abominable Purtidity:

 

 

Decapitated:

 

 

Devourement

 

 

Aborted

 

 

Nile

 



Radiohead

 

 

 

Sweet! Just be careful you don't absent mindedly throw on the Radiohead T-shirt as you rush off to you next DM show. That would be pretty embarrassing :tongue_smile:

 

It would be interesting to read a survey of how many people listen to both Radiohead, Nile, Aborted, etc.

 

Maybe we'd all be surprised.

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I miss KK Downing's guitar sound. For me anyway he was half the band. Still as much as I didn't like the early songs I heard, the complete album is pretty good. The fact that they pumped up the farewell tour then said this was their last LP. I don't think so. Old rockers never die! They just keep going!

 I know what you mean. I just streamed it once-try before I buy-and my initial reaction was lukewarm...no obvious stand outs....no Freewheel Burning, Grinder, Victims of Changes.....that would be expecting a miracle.....but by the end of the album it was growing on me. Just a pretty good record. Crap. What can I say. Unleashed in the East. I love priest and I have to defend the faith of an even C+ effort.


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Sweet! Just be careful you don't absent mindedly throw on the Radiohead T-shirt as you rush off to you next DM show. That would be pretty embarrassing :tongue_smile:

 

It would be interesting to read a survey of how many people listen to both Radiohead, Nile, Aborted, etc.

 

Maybe we'd all be surprised.

I think more Nile and Aborted listeners listen to Radiohead.

 

On the other hand Radiohead listeners might not be listening to Aborted and Nile :)

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I think more Nile and Aborted listeners listen to Radiohead.

 

On the other hand Radiohead listeners might not be listening to Aborted and Nile :)

That is probably a very accurate statement!

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I think everyone knows, but if you didn't. Something coming soon!!!

 

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Apparently, the new Fallujah is a DR 3.

 

That is really sad. I am not on Facebook so can you guys go on their Facebook page and explain them about DR. 

 

https://www.facebook.com/fallujahofficial

 

AMG review:

 

http://www.angrymetalguy.com/fallujah-flesh-prevails/

**** like this makes me mad.
Why?!?!

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Last day to get this for free or less than 5 bucks. Great album:

 

https://bongripper.bandcamp.com/album/miserable

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I think more Nile and Aborted listeners listen to Radiohead.

 

On the other hand Radiohead listeners might not be listening to Aborted and Nile :)

 

in my experience extreme metalheads are usually pretty well rounded musically, where as few hardcore indie fans/pop fans/classical fans listen to metal (other than Tool...everyone seems to listen to Tool)   the only ig'nant metalheads i've ever met in general are mallcore teenage Emmure freaks, or hardcore troo kvlt black metal snobs.

 

i think what might surprise some, is how many metalheads are into rap music as well....i personally find hardcore hiphop and metal to share more similarities than differences, especially wicked horrocore rap stuff.  i'm a big fan of super hard gangsta/horrorcore rap ;)  

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in my experience extreme metalheads are usually pretty well rounded musically, where as few hardcore indie fans/pop fans/classical fans listen to metal (other than Tool...everyone seems to listen to Tool)   the only ig'nant metalheads i've ever met in general are mallcore teenage Emmure freaks, or hardcore troo kvlt black metal snobs.

 

i think what might surprise some, is how many metalheads are into rap music as well....i personally find hardcore hiphop and metal to share more similarities than differences, especially wicked horrocore rap stuff.  i'm a big fan of super hard gangsta/horrorcore rap ;)  

I recently started listening to Kendrick Lamar (lol).. His songs are interesting stories, which I like based on my mood. But I can't sustain my interest in the genre for some reason..

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**** like this makes me mad.
Why?!?!

 

Sapphire even has DR2! F** DR2 ! I´m so upset right now as this is my most anticipated album of this year. Please let´s all tell them on facebook what we think of that, this ******** has just to stop forever!

 

Metal-Fi will you be reviewing the vinyl version of the album? This is my last hope :/

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Sapphire even has DR2! F** DR2 ! I´m so upset right now as this is my most anticipated album of this year. Please let´s all tell them on facebook what we think of that, this ******** has just to stop forever!

 

Metal-Fi will you be reviewing the vinyl version of the album? This is my last hope :/

 

I always spam this video as it accurately states the problems of the loudness war

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I always spam this video as it accurately states the problems of the loudness war

 

Thanks, this really is a good video which explains the problems in an informative way and hits the nail on the head.

 

There is actually hope that the vinyl will sound good. I also got the vinyl version of Nomadic which was similarly compressed on CD as the new one and that version sounded far better. 

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I always spam this video as it accurately states the problems of the loudness war

I think the revolution on Facebook has already started.

 

So apparently you guys did an awesome job at ruining this amazing album by screwing up the mastering BIG TIMES. Marvelous. Dynamic Range 3? That is abyssmal.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcKDMBuGodU
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    Zack Ohren Also the amount of simplification and misinformation in that video is disturbing. That said I'm no fan of "loudness wars" and have made a conscious effort in recent years to make sure I never sacrifice quality for loudness.
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    Zack Ohren ha! Band and I agreed on mastering stuff. Honestly this album is dense as all ******* hell without any loudness added in there. If you want proof listen to the vinyl which has zero limiting whatsoever on it. Our original masters were considerably louder but I as per usual backed off until there was no audible difference. If somebody seriously wants a audiophile version of the record that's super quiet(un-loudnessed) I'll gladly make it available if Fallujah wants to. Otherwise as I said, the vinyl master is done with no loudness applied as per usual(the vinyl plant deals with in in those cases). Curious what's the "dynamic range 3" thing you're referring to?
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