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Originally Posted by krtzer View Post

 

ha, I don't any slipknot shirts, but there are some incriminating bands on my itunes and last.fm. I guess I'm a little jaded from years of saying "no it's not scremo" and hearing core used as an insult. Forgot that I was among friends. 

 

Been enjoying these guys a lot recent

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The next level is to wear the Slipknot complete ensemble.

 

 

 

Really the greatest thing for concert Ts is for your girlfriend to wear one around the house.

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Edited by Redcarmoose - 1/22/13 at 7:59am
post #8298 of 16592
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Originally Posted by broski View Post

where do you guys get your heavy metal CDs from?

 

Directly from the band, and if that's impossible, directly from the label. More goodies. :) 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOsoUvtemH4&list=SPy8LfIp6j3aKXO1koKp8eXT5RaYp1z6f6

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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

Would you link that again, please?

post #8300 of 16592
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

 

Directly from the band, and if that's impossible, directly from the label. More goodies. :) 

 

hmmm. never thought about buying from the label. most of the bands im looking for dont exist any more so ill def try that out. thanks Negakinu

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Directly from the band, and if that's impossible, directly from the label. More goodies. :) 



that's always how I do it, if the cd is out of print, I try used cd stores, and amazon

post #8302 of 16592
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Originally Posted by Trogdor View Post


Where is SoupRKnowa when you need him? Seriously. Unfortunately macro, this discovery goes to Soup but thanks for reminding us. Their follow up I thought was not as good as Fragments.


I'm definitely going to be getting the follow up. If it's anywhere near this good I'll be happy.

 

 

Not the most interesting song but a pretty cool idea:

 

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i really enjoyed the vocals on that track, cool beat too

 

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Not the most interesting song but a pretty cool idea:

 

ha ha that was kinda fun 

post #8304 of 16592

So I'm started to search the thread to make sure I don't post something that's already been posted.

 

There's a really weird album called Heliogabalus by Rorcal that I'm not sure how I feel about yet. If anyone can make it through please let me know what you think (Don't skip around, it ruins the flow). 

 

 


Edited by krtzer - 1/22/13 at 9:27pm
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I just received a 15 minute video recording of the last gig I ever played with my old band, Inger Indolia. We quit in 2003 and from the ashes of the band Carach Angren arose. I can't express how awesome it is for me to see this video after all these years and I'm hoping to collect a lot of old Inger Indolia material and put everything online. Fun fact: for a short while we used to have Simone from Epica on clean vocals. ;)

 

You can see me playing the synth on the right, Seregor on vocals. Our melodic black metal style had evolved into a more modern metal sound. This was early 2003.

 

 

Check out this track from out 2001 demo "Sycosynthesis". Recording quality is ofcourse abhorrent, but hey, it's black metal. :p 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Negakinu - 1/23/13 at 1:59am
post #8306 of 16592
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

I just received a 15 minute video recording of the last gig I ever played with my old band, Inger Indolia. We quit in 2003 and from the ashes of the band Carach Angren arose. I can't express how awesome it is for me to see this video after all these years and I'm hoping to collect a lot of old Inger Indolia material and put everything online. Fun fact: for a short while we used to have Simone from Epica on clean vocals. wink.gif

You can see me playing the synth on the right, Seregor on vocals. Our melodic black metal style had evolved into a more modern metal sound. This was early 2003.

Check out this track from out 2001 demo "Sycosynthesis". Recording quality is ofcourse abhorrent, but hey, it's black metal. tongue.gif 

Very cool. Thanks for posting this.
post #8307 of 16592
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Originally Posted by krtzer View Post

So I'm started to search the thread to make sure I don't post something that's already been posted.

 

There's a really weird album called Heliogabalus by Rorcal that I'm not sure how I feel about yet. If anyone can make it through please let me know what you think (Don't skip around, it ruins the flow). 

 

 

 

i like it, i have a couple Rorcal albums and they're pretty good (at least sometimes)

post #8308 of 16592

Got some more Metal vinyl I can't listen to right now. 

 

Testament's Dark Roots of Earth on Gold vinyl splattered with black. Really looking forward to this one. Popped up on quite a few 'Best of 2012' lists.

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Has anyone here heard of Gwynbleidd? I just found their debut album and I'm liking it so far. Progressive death with a few Opeth similarities.

 

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Originally Posted by macrocheesium View Post

Has anyone here heard of Gwynbleidd? I just found their debut album and I'm liking it so far. Progressive death with a few Opeth similarities.

 

I love Opeth clones. Check out Fornost Arnor, they also have a fairly strong Opethian influence. I will check Gwynbleidd out beerchug.gif

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