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Well this is going to be a disaster.
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Well this is going to be a disaster.


Yep, way worse than most unsigned garage bands. I really wonder if they know how bad it is? Or maybe they just really don't care. I will listen to it as much as the Lou Reed/Metalica record, never.

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Edited by Redcarmoose - 5/18/13 at 11:07pm
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Originally Posted by DaveBSC View Post
Oh, believe me it gets worse. Sauvage on CD is fairly run of the mill in terms of the mastering. Dynamic, well mastered metal on CD is pretty rare. I'm struggling to think of any recent Gojira style groove/death albums that aren't bricked to hell. If you're after good sound it's pretty much vinyl or nothing.

 

Heh, well some of the other metal albums I've been listening to lately sound a lot better than L'Enfant Sauvage, specifically CDs like Helloween's 7 Sinners, In Flames' The Jester Race, and Diablo Swing Orchestra's Sing Along Songs for the Damned & Delirious. The MFSL version of Megadeth's Countdown To Extinction sounds pretty good too. I do like the music on L'Enfant Sauvage a lot, it's just too bad that it's not recorded well. Would sound a lot better if it was.

 

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- Scarred, from Luxembourg. http://scarred.bandcamp.com/

- From Earth, from The Netherlands. https://www.facebook.com/wehailfromearth

 

Thanks for those recs, will check them out.

 

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I'll second the 'pretty much gotta get it on vinyl' sentiment. I have that album on vinyl and it's better, though still not terribly impressive. Which is a real shame consideing how good the album is.

The best SQ wise I've heard from Gojira is their 'The Flesh Alive' set. One of the better if not the best live Metal I've heard. I found a good deal on the BluRay combo. Unfortunately the Way of All Flesh album sufferred the same fate.

I have no other bands to offer because I honestly think Gojira are my favorite Metal out there. I can't think of anyone that matches them in the same category.

 

Might be a long time until I get a turntable (if ever) but I think maybe I'll just listen to the album on speakers as someone else mentioned, which is a good suggestion. That should make the lack of recording quality less noticeable.

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Well, the new Immolation album "Kingdom Of Conspiracy" is out. Best Immolation album ever.

Super complex drumming, original guitar sound, perfect breaks and tempo changes. In the running for album of the year. A death Metal masterpiece.

As Death Metal is not that of a topic lately on the thread i guess i contribute in agreeing about the quality of the recording.I may prefer the old antitheist instead of 9\11 or NWO conspiracies,which is still ok,but their sound keep massive,wow.

Awaiting for a chance to listen to the new Blood Red Throne album .

R.I.P. Jeff Hanneman


Edited by antberg - 5/19/13 at 8:12am
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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

Well this is going to be a disaster.


Yep, way worse than most unsigned garage bands. I really wonder if they know how bad it is? Or maybe they just really don't care. I will listen to it as much as the Lou Reed/Metalica record, never.

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Oh well, I won't go that FAR. I will listen to the CD, see if there is *any* old Megadeth left...
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As Death Metal is not that of a topic lately on the thread i guess i contribute in agreeing about the quality of the recording.I may prefer the old antitheist instead of 9\11 or NWO conspiracies,which is still ok,but their sound keep massive,wow.
Awaiting for a chance to listen to the new Blood Red Throne album .
R.I.P. Jeff Hanneman



The new record is a SQ achievement for them. There has actually been a great number of cool Death Metal albums out this year. Immolation's being maybe one of the best sounding recordings. A far distance from some of the murky yet moody older stuff. I hope all of BRT's new release sounds as great as the released track last week.

For what ever reason it seems hard to find any new bands that get to the sound of these old bands nowadays. That's so cool to have Immollation, Suffication and Blood Red Throne records. What else would someone ever need to ask for? Except maybe a good Morbid Angel release?Still we have another half of 2013 to go and a Carcass release in the works!

I had a feeling it was going to be an above average year for Metal.
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Oh well, I won't go that FAR. I will listen to the CD, see if there is *any* old Megadeth left...

Sorry to say this, but in those to songs, we would of heard some if it was there. The thing is, the old albums still sound good to me. Heck at this rate I'll have to break out my 1999 Cd of Risk.
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Any masu or secret sphere fans?

Neocrust?

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Any masu or secret sphere fans?

Neocrust?

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Hmm if you count Dead To A Dying World as Neocrust, then yes.

One of the ugliest and most awesome bands I know. Very unique!

http://deadtoadyingworld.bandcamp.com/album/dead-to-a-dying-world    ("FREE" STUFF)

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Originally Posted by Redcarmoose View Post

Sorry to say this, but in those to songs, we would of heard some if it was there. The thing is, the old albums still sound good to me. Heck at this rate I'll have to break out my 1999 Cd of Risk.

We shall see...

Because of you Redcar, I have to go check out the new Immolation!
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By neocrust I mean downfall of gaia, trainwreck, fall of efrafa, etc

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Any Sonic Mayhem followers here?

Oh yes, I used to listen to them a lot in the Quake 2/3 days.

 

Descent into Cerberon, Quad Machine, Kill Ratio, Big Gun, etc. I quite liked the Doom 3 theme too.

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Man,you just resuscitated my memory,the quake 2 soundtrack was simply amazing.Molding my music preferences subconsciously...

 

by the way,for the North American fellows:

 

 

A lot of great Bands there.

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