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post #19666 of 19677

So, how is the year in metal shappin up for ya?

 

A little slow starting for me.

 

Here's what's currently on my 2015 playlist:

  1. Faith No More (currently streaming)
  2. Bell Witch
  3. Tribulation
  4. HOF
  5. Ufomammut
  6. leviathan
  7. Wilderun
  8. Goatsnake
  9. Sigh
  10. Thou (from last year)
  11. Monolord
  12. The Gentle Storm
  13. Royal Thunder

 

So, my 2015 collection is a little heavy on doom/stoner and prog. Not as much extreme metal. Not consciously really, but this is what I'm currently listening to. Looking forward to some good BM/DM as the year progresses. And, wondering how the new Maiden will sound.

 

Non Metal

 

  1. Steven Wilson
  2. Courtney Barnett (grungesish band from Australia w/ a dynamite female front woman-amazing lyricist- rock AOTY for me as of now
  3. White Lung-pop punk female fronted band
  4. Blur

Edited by markm1 - Yesterday at 8:56 am
post #19667 of 19677

no specific order, but some of my favorites this year.

Sarpanitum - Blessed Be My Brothers

Pyramaze - Disciples of the Sun

Khors - Night Falls onto the Fronts of Ours

Sulphur Aeon - Gateway to the Antisphere

Shining - IX - Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, Ends

High on Fire - Luminiferous

George Kollias - Invictus

 

definitely finding it a bit slow too. A bunch of albums i was looking forward to were a bit underwhelming.  Last half of the year has some promising stuff for me though.  

post #19668 of 19677

I'm throwing this in. I think it's fantastic doom as good as anything I've heard this year. It's fronted by a huge larger than life 300 pound singer/guitarist/songwriter who was in the late 80's/early 90's grunge band Tad. I didn't listen them, but from reviews I read, their albums were really well regarded. I'm going to check them out. But, they never had commercial success. They toured and played w/ Nirvana, Soundgarden, etc. Just never got the rewards. Years later, drug abuse and now 47, this is Tad Doyle's first album in a decade and a half. This album is monstrous. I think this is going to get some buzz.

 

 


Edited by markm1 - Yesterday at 7:12 pm
post #19669 of 19677

Hmm... Hirax playing here in two weeks... Might go. Haven't really heard much (if anything) from them, but might just be fun.

post #19670 of 19677
Jungle Rot video


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

The whole new album Order Shall Prevail


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fES1ZDqBAxY
Edited by Redcarmoose - Today at 9:28 am
post #19671 of 19677
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Originally Posted by markm1 View Post
 

I'm throwing this in. I think it's fantastic doom as good as anything I've heard this year. It's fronted by a huge larger than life 300 pound singer/guitarist/songwriter who was in the late 80's/early 90's grunge band Tad. I didn't listen them, but from reviews I read, their albums were really well regarded. I'm going to check them out. But, they never had commercial success. They toured and played w/ Nirvana, Soundgarden, etc. Just never got the rewards. Years later, drug abuse and now 47, this is Tad Doyle's first album in a decade and a half. This album is monstrous. I think this is going to get some buzz.

 

I got to see Tad open for Soundgarden a couple of decades ago.  He threatened to stage-dive on a guy up front who was being an *****.

 

He didn't need to make the threat twice!

 

thanks for the update- I will try to listen to this over the weekend!

post #19672 of 19677
Quote:
Originally Posted by markm1 View Post

So, how is the year in metal shappin up for ya?

A little slow starting for me.

Here's what's currently on my 2015 playlist:
  1. Faith No More (currently streaming)
  2. Bell Witch
  3. Tribulation
  4. HOF
  5. Ufomammut
  6. leviathan
  7. Wilderun
  8. Goatsnake
  9. Sigh
  10. Thou (from last year)
  11. Monolord
  12. The Gentle Storm
  13. Royal Thunder

So, my 2015 collection is a little heavy on doom/stoner and prog. Not as much extreme metal. Not consciously really, but this is what I'm currently listening to. Looking forward to some good BM/DM as the year progresses. And, wondering how the new Maiden will sound.

Non Metal
  1. Steven Wilson
  2. Courtney Barnett (grungesish band from Australia w/ a dynamite female front woman-amazing lyricist- rock AOTY for me as of now
  3. White Lung-pop punk female fronted band
  4. Blur



Well we are at the 50% area.

I really like the couple albums I have been playing. This is a quality over quantity year. IMO










Still more on the way!
Between the Buried and Me Coma Ecliptic
Cradle of Filth Hammer of the Witches
Joe Satriani Shockwave Supernova
Lamb of God VII: Sturm und Drang
Northlane Node
Symphony X Underworld
We Came as Romans We Came as Romans
Kataklysm Of Ghosts and Gods
Xandria Fire & Ashes (EP)


Cattle Decapitation The Anthropocene Extinction
Fear Factory Genexus
Krisiun Forged in Fury
Miss May I Deathless
Bullet for My Valentine Venom
Stratovarius Eternal
Soulfly Archangel
Act of Defiance Birth and the Burial
Battlecross Rise to Power
Butcher Babies Take It Like a Man
The Devil Wears Prada Space (EP)
Disturbed Immortalized
Ghost Meliora
The Murder of My Sweet Beth Out of Hell
P.O.D. The Awakening
Praying Mantis Legacy
Rotting Christ Lucifer Over Athens (live album)
The Sword High Country
Hate Eternal Infernus
28 Ahab The Boats of the Glen Carrig
Five Finger Death Punch Got Your Six
Kobra and the Lotus Words of the Prophets (EP)
Motörhead Bad Magic
Nile What Should Not Be Unearthed
Pentagram Curious Volume
Soilwork The Ride Majestic

Amorphis Under the Red Cloud
Iron Maiden The Book of Souls
Leaves' Eyes King of Kings
Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats The Night Creeper
Slayer Repentless
Annihilator Suicide Society
Atreyu Long Live
The Black Dahlia Murder Abysmal
Malevolent Creation Dead Man's Path
My Dying Bride Feel the Misery
Operation: Mindcrime The Key
Tank Valley of Tears
Huntress Static
Parkway Drive Ire

Children of Bodom I Worship Chaos
Stryper Fallen
Vehemence Forward Without Motion
Skindred Volume
Edited by Redcarmoose - Today at 10:54 am
post #19673 of 19677
post #19674 of 19677

awesome

post #19675 of 19677
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

awesome

We are so lucky.
They have test pressings of the new release in vinyl on their Facebook page. Maybe the very last thing I expected to happen this year?

Still looks like an October release!
Edited by Redcarmoose - Today at 11:17 am
post #19676 of 19677
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

awesome


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2xVXKsIj1HM 2010 remix



https://soundcloud.com/vehemenceofficial More 2010 redone stuff from last album.
Edited by Redcarmoose - Today at 11:26 am
post #19677 of 19677
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Originally Posted by swspiers View Post
 

I got to see Tad open for Soundgarden a couple of decades ago.  He threatened to stage-dive on a guy up front who was being an *****.

 

He didn't need to make the threat twice!

 

thanks for the update- I will try to listen to this over the weekend!


I never listened to Tad. I'm checking them out now. Let me know what you think. I think you'll dig this album. 

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