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post #19846 of 19856
Been listening to the new Kronos record, Arisen New Era, the last couple days, and damn if this isn't some solid death metal.
post #19847 of 19856
Yowza, for those interested, Krallice just put out a new album today. This one totally caught me off guard. I'm listening to the first song, kind of a shorter intro type song, and it's the slowest I've heard them play. The second track is a bit more of what we're used to from these dudes. Very good so far!

Oh man, I think this is my favorite Krallice record to date and I'm only on the second track. It's killer.
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post #19848 of 19856

post #19849 of 19856

1 of my favs

post #19850 of 19856
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Originally Posted by LetsGoStreaking View Post
Can anyone recommend any good new metal bands? Looking for something in the death metal or symphonic metal genres.

 

Not sure how far back you mean by "new", like from the last 10-15 years or so, or more recent than that? These bands formed post-2000:

 

Symphonic metal: Epica, Delain, Leaves' Eyes, Sirenia

Death metal: Allegaeon, Gojira, Triptykon, Veil of Maya, Wintersun

post #19851 of 19856
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Originally Posted by LetsGoStreaking View Post

Can anyone recommend any good new metal bands? Looking for something in the death metal or symphonic metal genres.

 

Campj's list is really comprehensive and should keep you blissfully busy for aeons (the man has exquisite taste).

 

Suggest you try some DM bands who took a turn to the weird/psychedelic/ethereal/proggy/experimental with their sophomore albums after relative traditional/conventional debuts:

 

Tribulation - The Formulas of Death (I understand their latest - The Children of the Night - is another experimental leap, but haven't listened to it yet)

Morbus Chron - Sweven 

Horrendous - Eclysis

Chapel of Disease - The Mysterious Ways of Repetitive Art

Stench - Venture

 

Just heard Inferi's The Path of Apotheosis for the first time. Astonishing stuff.

post #19852 of 19856
Thanks for all the suggestions guys. This should tide me over for quite some time. Much appreciated.
post #19853 of 19856
So the last of the Zeppelin special remasters came out today.


I'm listening to Presence today and there is this single open cord that Jimmy Page plays. Maybe it was the remaster, but the whole future of Black Metal flashed before me. Just sounding like Burzum.

An open cord and picked with a circle fashion and left to resonate!😨
post #19854 of 19856
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Stench - Venture

 

Yes! I've never heard anyone talk about this album, and it's a ripper. Somewhat along the same lines is ZOM's Flesh Assimilation. Weird, experimental, raw death punk.

post #19855 of 19856
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Originally Posted by Zyklonius View Post
 

 

Campj's list is really comprehensive and should keep you blissfully busy for aeons (the man has exquisite taste).

 

Suggest you try some DM bands who took a turn to the weird/psychedelic/ethereal/proggy/experimental with their sophomore albums after relative traditional/conventional debuts:

 

Tribulation - The Formulas of Death (I understand their latest - The Children of the Night - is another experimental leap, but haven't listened to it yet)

Morbus Chron - Sweven 

Horrendous - Eclysis

Chapel of Disease - The Mysterious Ways of Repetitive Art

Stench - Venture

 

Just heard Inferi's The Path of Apotheosis for the first time. Astonishing stuff.


I'm all in with this psychedelic/proggy turn in DM.

post #19856 of 19856
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

So the last of the Zeppelin special remasters came out today.


I'm listening to Presence today and there is this single open cord that Jimmy Page plays. Maybe it was the remaster, but the whole future of Black Metal flashed before me. Just sounding like Burzum.

An open cord and picked with a circle fashion and left to resonate!😨


Redcar, did you end up buying the entire catalogue? I know your zep collection is pretty exhaustive.  I just picked up 1. I'll probably add II-IV at some point. I A-B some of the songs from my 90's remaster and I think it's an improvement.

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