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I am liking the song you posted. Thanks. 

Oh by the way, anyone know of well produced war/bestial metal albums like Teitanblood's Seven Chalices? I haven't really found anything quite like it.

Teitanblood is VERY unique to say the least.

My Altar of Plagues CD arrived today, hooray!
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Just payed for IVth Crusade FDR, currently missing only Necroticism and Realm Of Chaos in the releases so far

 

Giving As I Lay Dying's new album a spin, aside from being brickwalled to oblivion it sounds almost like a return to Shadows Are Security era which is a godsend. That overly clean digital sound of their releases between Shadows and this were awful. NOTE: The sound is still clean but.... okay second track just kicked in and that clean singer was the other part that sucked


Edited by BLACKENEDPLAGUE - 4/29/13 at 8:18pm
post #9483 of 15106

So Parkway Drive is definitely releasing a limited yellow vinyl version of Killing With A Smile, probably their best cd

 

http://kingsroadmerch.com/parkway-drive/view/?id=4291&cid=1220

 

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Orphaned Land's new album "All is One" is available for pre-order on their website.

 

 

http://www.orphaned-land.com/shop.html
 

Have vinyl available but the white is already sold out. I just got the e-mail today about the vinyl being added too so they seem to be going quickly. Still have gold and black editions. Plus CD or Limited Edition Media Book.

Everything comes signed by the band. I ordered The Road To Or-Shalem deluxe book edition from them last year and the experience was fine.

post #9485 of 15106

Holy ass 35 Euros. Even with shipping included that's intense.

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Nuclear blast might have it cheaper as they have the last one at €20 but without shipping. I'm always a sucker for buying straight from the band. Getting it signed is a nice little bonus.
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Holy ass 35 Euros. Even with shipping included that's intense.
post #9487 of 15106
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Originally Posted by Jibrille View Post

Nuclear blast might have it cheaper as they have the last one at €20 but without shipping. I'm always a sucker for buying straight from the band. Getting it signed is a nice little bonus.

That's definitely a bonus but it's still really expensive. The idea of signed copies makes me hapoy but Riverside sold signed LP cuts direct for 19 Euros plus shipping.
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post #9489 of 15106
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

Holy ass 35 Euros. Even with shipping included that's intense.
Ordering a (cheap) 12$ LP from the states many times has 14-21$ shipping costs to EU also. Not very cheap the other way either.
post #9490 of 15106
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Originally Posted by Kirnupiima View Post

Ordering a (cheap) 12$ LP from the states many times has 14-21$ shipping costs to EU also. Not very cheap the other way either.

Even with numbers like that you're talking 25 Euros to your door though. Because the dollar is worthless at this point 35 Euros is $46! I 've only paid that much for 7 LPs in my collection and that's 200g vinyl with all analog mastering (recent Doors remasters).
post #9491 of 15106

$46 for an lp is out of the question

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Any love for Darkest Hour, Animals as Leaders, Periphery, After The Burial, Within The Ruins?

 

Darkest Hour's been an alltime favorite of mine for years, easily my favorite band of the genre (i dont mean specifically melodic metalcore, i mean that under the umbrella of all metal) .  ATB and Within the ruins are more recently acquired listens, but I love the style. Anyone have any other recommendations?

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$46 for an lp is out of the question


Agreed, I've set a $40 personal limit for all LPs. Unless it's Watershed or Ghost Reveries. Those are exceptions.

post #9494 of 15106
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Agreed, I've set a $40 personal limit for all LPs. Unless it's Watershed or Ghost Reveries. Those are exceptions.

I have an exception list as well that includes most Opeth albums. I've paid $120 for an LP before, but the highest I've paid beyond that is $50. That's my 'normal stuff' limit. But I have to REALLY want it to pay anything over $30.
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post


I have an exception list as well that includes most Opeth albums. I've paid $120 for an LP before, but the highest I've paid beyond that is $50. That's my 'normal stuff' limit. But I have to REALLY want it to pay anything over $30.


Yikes. What album could possibly have been worth $120? blink.gif

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