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post #9451 of 16593
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

Those lyrics are not metal. This is the stuff my grandmother would want me to listen to.

"I give you everything just for a while

You got the best of me this is my time
The seed I've been given, Hallelujah
To grow my ambitions high
All you people of the western land
Is it so hard to smile and lend a helping hand
Open your hearts it can be simple
If you just show what you feel
Go look for something real"
That is indeed a bit cheesy...
I really like Neil Morses music, but the lyrics with all his jesusfreak/christian ******** makes it almost unbearable for me...
post #9452 of 16593
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Originally Posted by Negakinu View Post

 

Those lyrics are not metal. This is the stuff my grandmother would want me to listen to.

 

"I give you everything just for a while

You got the best of me this is my time
The seed I've been given, Hallelujah
To grow my ambitions high
All you people of the western land
Is it so hard to smile and lend a helping hand
Open your hearts it can be simple
If you just show what you feel
Go look for something real"


Oh it's definitely cheesy, I don't deny it. I had a feeling that you would post this exact thing, actually. biggrin.gif I still like it, though.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post


That is indeed a bit cheesy...
I really like Neil Morses music, but the lyrics with all his jesusfreak/christian ******** makes it almost unbearable for me...

 

Transatlantic.

post #9453 of 16593
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Originally Posted by macrocheesium View Post

Transatlantic.


Oh, I love Transatlantic! Most awesome prog supergroup :)


Here folks, have some lovely tunes.
http://anautumnforcrippledchildren.bandcamp.com/

post #9454 of 16593
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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post


Oh, I love Transatlantic! Most awesome prog supergroup :)


Here folks, have some lovely tunes.
http://anautumnforcrippledchildren.bandcamp.com/


Well there you go, it's practically Neal Morse minus the religious lyrics. wink.gif And of course early Spock's Beard.

 

I'm listening to Hearts of Light right now and it's very good so far. Thanks.

post #9455 of 16593

Extol is back with a force that will make Opeth go back to their extreme prog ways. Think Yes if Jon Anderson could hit shrieks like Jon Nodtveidt

 

post #9456 of 16593
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Originally Posted by BLACKENEDPLAGUE View Post

Extol is back with a force that will make Opeth go back to their extreme prog ways. Think Yes if Jon Anderson could hit shrieks like Jon Nodtveidt

 

Now I've only just started perusing the "Music" part of Head-Fi, and I am utterly pleased by this mention of Extol! I sometimes feel like the only person to have heard of them!

 

I too am excited for this! My favorite album was always Synergy, even though I suspect Undeceived is the "crowd favorite" - for good reasons too, it's a great album too!

 

Ah I just love this!

post #9457 of 16593

I just started listening to Stone Sour, following Corey Taylor's "AMA" on Reddit last thursday.

Never listened to them before, which is strange as I've loved Slipknot since I was twelve.

I've known about Stone Sour since they were created for years, but I never gave them a listen before now. I sure regret that now!

Next, I'll have to check out Jordison's Murderdolls.

 

Edit: I stand corrected by Blackenedplague


Edited by Pritolus - 4/28/13 at 11:26pm
post #9458 of 16593
The single song named Transference has been released yesterday by Children Of Bodom. They are using their old producer which helped them record the early classics we know and love. I have to say hearing this song brought back memories of what they used to be like. If the whole album is this good then I think we're in for a treat. Their last couple efforts have really sucked and maybe they knew it. By the sound of this one song it seems they may be back in the scene. We will have to see when the full album comes out. I have to say I'm a little bit of a sceptic but still stranger things have happened in the world of metal.



In March Torture Killer released their fourth full album called Phobia. Even though they started out as a Six Feet Under cover band in 02, it seems they have fully realized their sound on this release. For the last couple years they have almost come off as maybe a second tier Death Metal band. After a new vocalist changeout a couple times, they have finally come together with their best album to date.

Phobia is truly an easy record to like. They have their patented groove down better than ever. The guitar sounds great. All this is quite a surprise if you have been following the band. All of a sudden after an EP last year, they drop this classic release. In an arena literally filled with tons of mediocre DM releases it's nice to get a surprise classic out of nowhere, from a band that your not even expecting much from.

We have a couple more great Death Metal releases with Vader's new release at the end of the year taking my guess for Death Metal album of the year. That is if it actually comes out in December and it not held over till 2014.
Edited by Redcarmoose - 4/28/13 at 7:27am
post #9459 of 16593
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Originally Posted by Pritolus View Post

I just started listening to Stone Sour, following Corey Taylor's "AMA" on Reddit last thursday.

Never listened to them before, which is strange as I've loved Slipknot since I was twelve.

I've known about Stone Sour since they were created, but I never gave them a listen before now. I sure regret that now!

Next, I'll have to check out Jordison's Murderdolls.

 

How old are you? Stone Sour has been around since '92

post #9460 of 16593
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

The single song named Transference has been released yesterday by Children Of Bodom. They are using their old producer which helped them record the early classics we know and love. I have to say hearing this song brought back memories of what they used to be like. If the whole album is this good then I think we're in for a treat. Their last couple efforts have really sucked and maybe they knew it. By the sound of this one song it seems they may be back in the scene. We will have to see when the full album comes out. I have to say I'm a little bit of a sceptic but still stranger things have happened in the world of metal.
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I totally agree. Unlike Super Disaster, there is hope for CoB yet...I remember listening to RRF and literally putting it back on the shelf and going "There done." This was right after I saw them live (and they were great).
post #9461 of 16593
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Originally Posted by BLACKENEDPLAGUE View Post

 

How old are you? Stone Sour has been around since '92

 

I stand corrected. I've known about them for years, then tongue.gif


Edited by Pritolus - 4/28/13 at 11:30pm
post #9462 of 16593
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Originally Posted by Trogdor View Post

I totally agree. Unlike Super Disaster, there is hope for CoB yet...I remember listening to RRF and literally putting it back on the shelf and going "There done." This was right after I saw them live (and they were great).


This new song has a great guitar tone. Also you can see that they studied how the old song structure was. It is just a question of having good melody and going back to the song stucture they had down pat.

They don't have to reinvent the wheel. Everyone would like to hear a little COB!
post #9463 of 16593

I like Born of Osiris, am I welcome here?

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post #9465 of 16593
What is up with Head-Fi today? It gave me three posts after an edit. Weird.
Edited by Trogdor - 4/29/13 at 5:40am
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