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post #17986 of 25557
New DHG. I get them confused with Aborym at times. Either I'm getting old or know too many bands?

http://www.metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=25972
Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/13/15 at 4:32pm
post #17987 of 25557
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New DHG. I get them confused with Aborym at times. Either I'm getting old or know too many bands?

http://www.metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=25972

I could never really get into DHG, but this album does tickle my fancy.

post #17988 of 25557
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

I could never really get into DHG, but this album does tickle my fancy.



https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KPk8guCxClw


DHG's last album was a long time ago. This new one seems more, maybe Jazz like? They are not for everyone. Still many like their early work as they took prepost Black Metal to a new place it never visited before. Crazy, Outcast used to see reviewed in audiophile magazines as a place you would never find a Black Metal review.

I hope they become my new favorite experimental electronic black metal band and win over Aborym's slot?
Edited by Redcarmoose - 3/13/15 at 5:19pm
post #17989 of 25557
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KPk8guCxClw


DHG's last album was a long time ago. This new one seems more, maybe Jazz like? They are not for everyone. Still many like their early work as they took prepost Black Metal to a new place it never visited before. Strange I used to see SVO reviewed in audiophile magazines as a place you would never find a Black Metal review.

I hope they become my new favorite experimental electronic black metal band and win over Aborym's slot?

That's the thing.
I'm not a big fan of their old Electro BM mix. The new album has much less (if any) Electro shenanigans going on.
 


Listened to the whole album.
Basically a slow and less Tech Obscura album.
Not what I was hoping for.

post #17990 of 25557
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

New DHG. I get them confused with Aborym at times. Either I'm getting old or know too many bands?

http://www.metalstorm.net/events/news_comments.php?news_id=25972

 

Oh, snap! I love DHG. Very happy to hear of this.

 

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I could never really get into DHG, but this album does tickle my fancy.

 

Have you heard the song "Traces Of Reality" from their Satanic Art EP? That pretty much defines avant-garde industrial black metal for me. There are moments of greatness on 666 International and Supervillain Outcast as well.

post #17991 of 25557
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Have you heard the song "Traces Of Reality" from their Satanic Art EP? That pretty much defines avant-garde industrial black metal for me. There are moments of greatness on 666 International and Supervillain Outcast as well.

Not a fan of Industrial. Not at all.

post #17992 of 25557
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Not a fan of Industrial. Not at all.

 

There are only hints of industrial. It's mostly just crazy black metal. Every metal fan needs to hear this song!

 



(But curse YouTube's horrendous audio quality...)

post #17993 of 25557

Throwback 2014 album-great mellow metal...mellow and heavy-sounds good on my speaker system-late night music. More vocals on this album, noteably Mark Lanegan from Screaming Trees-one of the more talented real vocalists in heavy music IMO whose kind of gone to the middle age singer songwriter thing. But, he can still rock. The album is still very instrumental overall. They return to a heavier doom/drone sound. Psychedelic stoner doom? Mood music that sounds great before bed. But still vaguely in the metal genre. I'm a fan of this album. I do like their trippy spaghetti western meets drone thing when I'm in that certain mood.

 

 


Edited by markm1 - 3/13/15 at 8:36pm
post #17994 of 25557
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Throwback 2014 album-great mellow metal...mellow and heavy-sounds good on my speaker system-late night music. More vocals on this album, noteably Mark Lanegan from Screaming Trees-one of the more talented real vocalists in heavy music IMO whose kind of gone to the middle age singer songwriter thing. But, he can still rock. The album is still very instrumental overall. They return to a heavier doom/drone sound. Psychedelic stoner doom? Mood music that sounds great before bed. But still vaguely in the metal genre. I'm a fan of this album. I do like their trippy spaghetti western meets drone thing when I'm in that certain mood.

 

 

Agree, strongly 

post #17995 of 25557
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

That's the thing.

I'm not a big fan of their old Electro BM mix. The new album has much less (if any) Electro shenanigans going on.

 
Listened to the whole album.

Basically a slow and less Tech Obscura album.

Not what I was hoping for.



Have not heard it all yet? Some parts actually sound like Yes. lol

Great drums but I will have to sit down and give this one some thought.
Very interesting time signatures, a talent show off that is for sure.
post #17996 of 25557

Holy schiit, the new Maladie album is amazing!


 

Sums it up pretty well.

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Already after the first seconds of this 70+ plaguebearer, I knew this will be something special. Iron Maiden-esk guitars with that "larger than life" feeling, combined with an level of aggression, I thought only Anaal Nathrakh would be able to deliver.
The atmosphere is one sick ass schizophreniac, with mood changes between endless euphoria and feelings of walking alone in the gigantic shadows of gothic cathedrals of the underworld. Heartwarming piano parts, Vangelis could not do it better lead you into an blastbeat inferno...and then...a saxophone??? Whatever your feverish brain could ever imagine-Maladie has it in store!
for you! It´s like a pandemonic labyrinth full of beauty and insanity. And we haven´t even talked about the great vocal performance. Their fronter is a truly blessed vocalist. Phenomenal clean voice here, grunty growls there, it all fits together so harmonic...incredible...
In "Discrepantia" he even sounds like fresh out of a 80ies wavepop band, while in "Semivivus" he suprises with choral chanting. One hell of a chameleon!!!

To be honest, while writing this review, I often felt unable to find the fitting words, to finish the report straight out this Black/Extreme Metal cauldron. A must have!!!!


Edited by Tom Yum Goong - 3/15/15 at 2:46pm
post #17997 of 25557
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Agree, strongly 

Ditto.
post #17998 of 25557

so i picked up In Times

 

i'm not saying it's fantastic but i'm not finding it horrible either....it is well put together that's for sure.  

post #17999 of 25557
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Ditto.


I'm jamming to Sweven-I'm pretty sure you turned quite a few of us around here to that album. A keeper from 2014 for me for sure, bro :beerchug: Dig that DM meets analog kind of vibe.

post #18000 of 25557
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I'm jamming to Sweven-I'm pretty sure you turned quite a few of us around here to that album. A keeper from 2014 for me for sure, bro beerchug.gif  Dig that DM meets analog kind of vibe.

Awesome production too, right? beerchug.gif
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