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For progressive metal fans:

 

 

 

My review: http://www.metal-fi.com/bilocate-summoning-the-bygones/


Edited by DaveBSC - 11/2/12 at 4:30pm
post #7487 of 16551

RIP mitch lucker

 

post #7488 of 16551
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

I love melancholy and that is why I appreciated your recommendation of Vehemence. 

 

God was Created has so many melancholic riffs,.. OMG!!!!

Thanks for the record suggestion. What a change for them. If I remember right there was a personal change that may be responsible for the change in sound. I would have never looked for it........so THX!

 

Better than 90% of the stuff out there. It's very different from the early stuff, maybe even Melowdeath slightly but not really.I didn't know what you meant by melancholy but it is both in the guitar and song structures. Defiantly a surprise!

 

 

1000

 

Next on to Helping the World to See from 2004!    thx again!

post #7489 of 16551

Mellowdeath? ... What will you people think of next? :) 

post #7490 of 16551
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Originally Posted by ferday View Post

RIP mitch lucker

 

 

Never heard of them before the dude's death was posted allover online. I guess this is one of those only-big-in-America bands? 

post #7491 of 16551

Really, really loving Bilocates "Summoning The Bygones" and Bosse-De-Nage's "III", they are both just incredible album that I'll be playing extremely often.

Thanks a ton Dave and Trogdor, Metal-fi is a really great site, very well designed and well written reviews along with a really fantastic choice in music.

post #7492 of 16551
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

Mellowdeath? ... What will you people think of next? :) 

 

(also referred to as melodeath or MDM)blink.gif

post #7493 of 16551
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

Thanks for the record suggestion. What a change for them. If I remember right there was a personal change that may be responsible for the change in sound. I would have never looked for it........so THX!

 

Better than 90% of the stuff out there. It's very different from the early stuff, maybe even Melowdeath slightly but not really.I didn't know what you meant by melancholy but it is both in the guitar and song structures. Defiantly a surprise!

 

 

1000

 

Next on to Helping the World to See from 2004!    thx again!

 

I know... This is one of the biggest surprises this year for me. I wonder how they didn't get famous. It is catchy and heavy and sad at the same time.

post #7494 of 16551
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

Thanks for the record suggestion. What a change for them. If I remember right there was a personal change that may be responsible for the change in sound. I would have never looked for it........so THX!

 

Better than 90% of the stuff out there. It's very different from the early stuff, maybe even Melowdeath slightly but not really.I didn't know what you meant by melancholy but it is both in the guitar and song structures. Defiantly a surprise!

 

 

1000

 

Next on to Helping the World to See from 2004!    thx again!

 

 

Tried listening to this. There is something incredibly off about that production. The vocals are panned to the left! Drums in the center, guitars sound wonky too. A very uninvolving and sterile sound. Reminded me a bit of a less epic and very American sounding Amon Amarth. There's nothing I like here. Too bad! Your description piqued my interest. 

 

EDIT: corrected ridiculous grammar


Edited by Negakinu - 11/5/12 at 4:42am
post #7495 of 16551
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

 

I know... This is one of the biggest surprises this year for me. I wonder how they didn't get famous. It is catchy and heavy and sad at the same time.

Maybe it's way ahead of it's time? Maybe just a few folks connect with it? I actually have always liked getting that feeling of being one of a small group of people who like a record. The non-commercial aspect of the metal underground has always had a never ending magic for me. Maybe there is even something about still being hungry? I just read that God Was Created is/was their first major label release. As far as history, most artists in literature and art were famous after they were dead. It does not seem to work all that well in popular music though, unless you count in Bach and Beethoven and maybe Euronymous and Dead?smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

 

 

Tried listening to this. There is something incredibly off about that production. The vocals are panned to the left! Drums in the center, guitars sound wonky too. A very uninvolving and sterile sound. Reminded me a bit of less epic and very American sounding Amon Amarth. There's nothing I like here. Too bad! Your description peaked my interest. 

 

 

You maybe should try listening to their first record, The Thoughts From Which I Hide it's all about killing people, you may like it?popcorn.gif
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

 

 

Tried listening to this. There is something incredibly off about that production. The vocals are panned to the left! Drums in the center, guitars sound wonky too. A very uninvolving and sterile sound. Reminded me a bit of a less epic and very American sounding Amon Amarth. There's nothing I like here. Too bad! Your description piqued my interest. 

 

EDIT: corrected ridiculous grammar

As I post this video for Negakinu hundreds of insects land upon my monitor celebrating the event! 

 

 


Edited by Redcarmoose - 11/5/12 at 4:52am
post #7498 of 16551
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post

Really, really loving Bilocates "Summoning The Bygones" and Bosse-De-Nage's "III", they are both just incredible album that I'll be playing extremely often.
Thanks a ton Dave and Trogdor, Metal-fi is a really great site, very well designed and well written reviews along with a really fantastic choice in music.

John thanks a lot. It means a lot to us. We have a lot more in store for you guys, stay tuned!
post #7499 of 16551
I would like to present to you perhaps the best black metal release this year, Svartidaudi's Flesh Cathedral. This is a monster. If you love Deathspell Omega (I sure do), you will fall in love with this instantly:



My review was posted today.
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Hohahohahohahoha!!!! New Converge !!! Full Album stream on Youtube!!!

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