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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

So guys. I need some music to read to. Recommend me some vocal free Metal. 

 

Been really into Animals as Leaders lately, and Lustre has been good to me recently as well. 

 

Ambient BM is definitely mainly what I'd like to find.

 

I found the following instrumental bands/albums interesting at different times:

 

- Don Caballero

- Russian Circles

- Agalloch - The White

- Chimp Spanner

- Drudkh - Songs of Grief and Solitude

- Blotted Science

- Green Carnation - Acoustic Verses

- Scale The Summit

- Isis

- Pelican

- Dysrytmia

- Gordian Knot

- Exivious

- Cloudkicker

- Mouse On The Keys ( Not metal.. )

- What the Blood Revealed.

- Behold The Arctopus

 

Not sure if this what you are looking for.

post #8117 of 17274

Forgot I had a few Russian Circles albums! Thanks for reminding me. I'll check out the rest. Pelican sounds promising so far.

post #8118 of 17274
Omega massif, red sparowes, pelican, Russian circles, black waves...lots of great instrumental metal

Check out ash borer, atmospheric BM although there's vocals they are used like an instrument and not distracting at all

Or of course my favorite mostly non vocal metal ever, sunn 0))) (similarly eagle twin, echoes of yul, gravetemple, burial chamber trio, earth, nadja, hjarniduadi, intronaut, Boris, skullflower)

Or try metal influenced ritual music like the almighty menace ruine or their offshoot preterite
Edited by ferday - 1/1/13 at 9:32pm
post #8119 of 17274

Lustre technically has some vocals as well, but they're extremely well mixed and not distracting. Wouldn't really be Ambient with upfront vocals.

 

Ash Borer sounds good so far.

 

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Originally Posted by ferday View Post

Omega massif, red sparowes, pelican, Russian circles, black waves...lots of great instrumental metal
Check out ash borer, atmospheric BM although there's vocals they are used like an instrument and not distracting at all

Edited by MorbidToaster - 1/1/13 at 9:30pm
post #8120 of 17274
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Lustre technically has some vocals as well, but they're extremely well mixed and not distracting. Wouldn't really be Ambient with upfront vocals.

 

Ash Borer sounds good so far.

 

In that case

 

Krallice

The Great Old Ones - Al Azif

Blut Aus Nord as well.

post #8121 of 17274
Excellent recommends...
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In that case

Krallice
The Great Old Ones - Al Azif
Blut Aus Nord as well.
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post #8122 of 17274
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In that case

 

Krallice

The Great Old Ones - Al Azif

Blut Aus Nord as well.

Checked these guys out just because of their name, anything inspired by Lovecraft gets my attention.  They're pretty good. I think I'm going to buy the album and give it some thorough listening time. 


Edited by tortex73 - 1/1/13 at 10:37pm
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I also have a similar soft spot for Lovecraft names. 

 

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Checked these guys out just because of their name, anything inspired by Lovecraft gets my attention.  They're pretty good. I think I'm going to buy the album and give it some thorough listening time. 

post #8124 of 17274
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

So guys. I need some music to read to. Recommend me some vocal free Metal. 

 

Been really into Animals as Leaders lately, and Lustre has been good to me recently as well. 

 

Ambient BM is definitely mainly what I'd like to find.

Seems everyone beat me to the suggestions I would have given. But I'd like to suggest Grails. Not black metal really but like black ambient.

But the rest have already been listed(Pelican, Russian Circles, Chimp Spanner, Behold The Arctopus).

Anyone else listen to Grails?

While I'm on the subject of being off subject, here is a black folk inspired female vocalist by the name of Chelsea Wolfe.

And might as well thrown in the ridiculous current Faceless bassist Evan Brewers solo bass music.

post #8125 of 17274
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post

Seems everyone beat me to the suggestions I would have given. But I'd like to suggest Grails. Not black metal really but like black ambient.

But the rest have already been listed(Pelican, Russian Circles, Chimp Spanner, Behold The Arctopus).

Anyone else listen to Grails?

 

While I'm on the subject of being off subject, here is a black folk inspired female vocalist by the name of Chelsea Wolfe.

 

 

 

really enjoyed that Chelsea Wolfe, thanks for posting that!  i would find the vocals too distracting for background, but i'm definitely gonna source her work and take a good listen!

 

and yes, Grails are pretty awesome too


Edited by ferday - 1/2/13 at 8:35am
post #8126 of 17274
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While I'm on the subject of being off subject, here is a black folk inspired female vocalist by the name of Chelsea Wolfe.

 

 

Yes, yes, yes, this is DIVINE.

post #8127 of 17274

On another note. This is getting a spin this morning. The acoustic breakdowns are blowing my mind. 

 

 

1000

 

One of if not my favorite of the stuff I picked up recently. 

post #8128 of 17274
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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post

Seems everyone beat me to the suggestions I would have given. But I'd like to suggest Grails. Not black metal really but like black ambient.

But the rest have already been listed(Pelican, Russian Circles, Chimp Spanner, Behold The Arctopus).

Anyone else listen to Grails?

While I'm on the subject of being off subject, here is a black folk inspired female vocalist by the name of Chelsea Wolfe.

And might as well thrown in the ridiculous current Faceless bassist Evan Brewers solo bass music.

 

 

 

Reminds me of Menace Ruine in a different way. Something which was one of the strongest releases of 2012.

 

post #8129 of 17274
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

So guys. I need some music to read to. Recommend me some vocal free Metal. 

 

Been really into Animals as Leaders lately, and Lustre has been good to me recently as well. 

 

Ambient BM is definitely mainly what I'd like to find.

I second Evan Brewer, even though this are not originally instrumentals, I really like the instrumental versions of BTMBAM's "Alaska" and Periphery's "Periphery (both official releases)

 

 

 

BTBAM Selkies instrumental (VIDEO) (Click to show)

 

 

Periphery's Zyglorx intrumental (VIDEO), in my opinion this album is better linstrumental (Click to show)

 

 

Corelia's Treetops- instrumental, kinda Periphery's debut style, but more refined (Click to show)

 

 

 

Evan Brewer, Tosin Abasi of bass, NUFF SAID, plus they played together in a band called reflux (Click to show)


Edited by Leveler - 1/2/13 at 11:20am
post #8130 of 17274

Hey guys,

 

Have any of you listened to metal on a pair of Magnum V4's? I'm looking to upgrade into something special, and I've been tossing back and forth between the Mags and a pair of Mad Dogs. I feel like the Mad Dogs would be safer since they're pretty cheap and appear to be fairly neutral and detailed (which I like) but the allure of an upfront and magical Grado/Alessandro Magnum is enticing as well. I'm interested to know what you guys think.

 

Oh, and some foggy, majestic chthulu-based death metal for you all. New release by Sulphur Aeon. I particularly like the gothenburg-y flourishes in this song.

 

 

 


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Originally Posted by John In Cali View Post

Seems everyone beat me to the suggestions I would have given. But I'd like to suggest Grails. Not black metal really but like black ambient.

But the rest have already been listed(Pelican, Russian Circles, Chimp Spanner, Behold The Arctopus).

Anyone else listen to Grails?

 

Yep, Grails is awesome. One of those bands for whom I can't really choose a favorite since they're works are all so diverse yet undeniably Grails. This and Doomsdayer's holiday are what I've been spinning from them lately. Menacing yet atmospheric; great songwriters, them.


Edited by vaed - 1/3/13 at 1:41pm
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