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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

Oh man, and I just ordered that one :p

the first 3 tracks, combined with the overall uniqueness of the whole album, makes it a worthwhile purchase IMO!

 

I also received the new Preterite album Pillars of Wind.  This is a truly stunning album, and i'm suspecting i'll view it as a masterpiece after some night time critical listening (it might even be better than the awesome Menace Ruine this year)...it's not really "metal" but more metal influenced blackened folk-drone-noise with the amazingly talented singing from Genvieve of Menace Ruine.  This is my kind of music...and really doesn't fit anywhere else but the metal forum!

 


Edited by ferday - 12/4/12 at 1:57pm
post #7877 of 15710
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Originally Posted by Trogdor View Post

The Devil's Blood is in my opinion the absolute masters of psychedelic 70s Satanic rock:

Saw them live during the Decibel Behemoth/Watain tour. Incredible.

Sick song dude!
post #7878 of 15710
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Originally Posted by tool462 View Post

If you read their interviews and, at least to me, listen to the delivery I think they are more satirical and intend to provoke thought/feelings than anything. Not that I care, I wear my Ghost shirt for the same reason.  People see the upside down cross and the Clockwork Orange cover and get worked up. Being an atheist confuses them even more since I don't worship a deity "above" or "below" the ground wink.gif  Though many religious folks seem to think atheists are Satanists either way so the provocation is complete no matter what I do.

I totally agree about them being tongue and cheek. They pull it off too. I wear my Ghost concert shirt with total pride. Working "people" up is what metal does... \m/
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

Lucky you.. I am going to see Gojira and Periphery on Dec 15th & 16th

The mighty Gojira!!!!!!!! Enjoy, I see them in February. Top 5 bands at the moment... \m/
post #7880 of 15710
Do you like Agalloch or Alda? Then you're gonna fall in love with Oak Pantheon's From a Whisper debut:



Check out my review on Metal-Fi
Edited by Trogdor - 12/5/12 at 2:41pm
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Well, you are right. I'm a fan of Agalloch and I am liking the sound of that. The transition at around 6:45 reminded me a lot of the transition in Agalloch's "Our Fortress is Burning pt. 1" at around 1;20, with a slightly different style to it. I'd have to hear more before I'd say I've fallen in love. I definitely look forward to hearing more!

 

I searched and did see any posts about Gallowbraid. Seems be another popular choice for those who like Agalloch.

 

 

 

He is currently working on a repress of the vinyl and I think it can still be ordered. You can find details on the Gallowbraid FB page.


Edited by CC Lemon - 12/6/12 at 4:50am
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Originally Posted by CC Lemon View Post

Well, you are right. I'm a fan of Agalloch and I am liking the sound of that. The transition at around 6:45 reminded me a lot of the transition in Agalloch's "Our Fortress is Burning pt. 1" at around 1;20, with a slightly different style to it. I'd have to hear more before I'd say I've fallen in love. I definitely look forward to hearing more!

I searched and did see any posts about Gallowbraid. Seems be another popular choice for those who like Agalloch.





He is currently working on a repress of the vinyl and I think it can still be ordered. You can find details on the Gallowbraid FB page.

Gallowbroch? But its good stuff no doubt. I think to be fair to Oak Pantheon, they actually make it their own and their melodic parts are really special (still an Agalloch derivative in my opinion which is why I did not give it a higher score musically). Give it a whirl on Bandcamp, I think its a must buy.
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I'll definitely give them a bit more of a listen when I have the chance.

 

Yeah, Gallowbraid is pretty similar but I also have to give him credit since it's a solo band. I always seem to give bonus points when it's a 1 or 2 man group, if it's reasonably good.

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My review of the latest from Saturnus:

 

 

 

http://www.metal-fi.com/saturnus-saturn-in-ascension/

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Originally Posted by Trogdor View Post

The Devil's Blood is in my opinion the absolute masters of psychedelic 70s Satanic rock:

Saw them live during the Decibel Behemoth/Watain tour. Incredible.

 

Nice, I'm definitely going to check out more of their stuff.

post #7886 of 15710
Any Pig Destroyer fans? We just interviewed Blake Harrison who does noise and samples. It was an interesting interview.

Click here for interview with Blake Harrison of Pig Destroyer on Metal-Fi

My review of Book Burner
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Originally Posted by Trogdor View Post

Any Pig Destroyer fans? We just interviewed Blake Harrison who does noise and samples. It was an interesting interview.
Click here for interview with Blake Harrison of Pig Destroyer on Metal-Fi
My review of Book Burner

 

Nice. I like Pig Destroyer. Checking your site now !!!

post #7888 of 15710

Great job on the Metal-Fi site as of late guys, lots of great content. I've now added it to my bookmarks. :)

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Great job on the Metal-Fi site as of late guys, lots of great content. I've now added it to my bookmarks. :)


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Dave one thing which I noticed is there is a lot of empty Black back ground space which should be covered with some kind of artwork or something. Just a thought.

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