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    [EDM] could somebody please identify this track?

    It's an EDM track, most likely from somewhere in Asia - Proper identification would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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    your favorite musical genre?

    Metal, electronic, and jazz - typically in that order.
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    Does the fall of music ever depress you? It does me.

    I wouldn't say that I limit myself exclusively to those types. Yeah, there's a lot of crap in both the metal and the electronic realm, but they appeal to and resonate with me more so than other genres because they are not (or at least, no longer are) constrained by stylistic boundaries, and...
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    Does the fall of music ever depress you? It does me.

    Personally, I've long since stopped concerning myself with where a given artist lies in terms of cultural prominence.   I primarily listen to metal and electronic music (I like and appreciate other things, but none really get as much playtime with me). Both are extremely nebulous blanket...
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    The Exploration of Metal and Progressive Rock

    As far as progressive rock goes, I think the most interesting thing I've heard lately has been Vehicle from a band called miRthkon. This is basically a modern day incarnation of Frank Zappa playing in unison with Mr. Bungle, with more or less everything else but the kitchen sink thrown in at one...
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    Lets Talk Metal

    Quote: You'd probably do well checking out bands like Reflux, TesseracT, Cloudkicker, Chimp Spanner, Veil of Maya, Bulb, et al. They all fall under the same general banner with Periphery and Animals as Leaders.   Actually, you might find this site interesting -...
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    Distant Worlds II: more music from Final Fantasy

    Thanks for this - I enjoyed it.
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    2010: What Tours/Shows are your looking forward to?

    Quote: Originally Posted by kwitel Heard their doing select shows with Between the Buried and Me and Baroness? Thats just sick. Last year I had to choose between a Cynic show and a Mastodon/Intronaut/Kylesa show happening at the exact same time in two venues about 20 minutes...
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    miRthkon - for fans of Zappa, Panzerballett, Estradasphere, SGM, Thinking Plague, etc.

    Basically, if you're a fan of any of the bands in the subject line, you should get this. Even if you only have some vague, passing interest in RIO and/or avant-prog, you should get this anyway. The Zappa influence is probably strongest, but you can also hear Mr. Bungle worship, the quirky...
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    Symphony -x appreciation thread!

    Quote: Originally Posted by Moldytape I also cannot find a band to sound like them Check out Time Requiem's self-titled album - it's basically Symphony X on speed. Even their vocalist sounds more or less exactly like Allen.
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    Audiophile mathcore! +Metalcore and math rock

    Quote: Originally Posted by mattcalf The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza FTW. Seconded. Also check out Arrangements for Fulminating Vective from a band called Lye by Mistake.
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    Greatest Heavy Metal Drummers of All Time?

    Quote: Originally Posted by jilgiljongiljing Oh yeah Mike Mangini. Didnt he have a record for fastest something? Don't remember what it was for though. Highest recorded BPM doing a single stroke roll, if I remember correctly. I remember watching the video.
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    buying metal lps

    Good thread, thanks. Unfortunately I don't have anything to add.
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    Greatest Heavy Metal Drummers of All Time?

    Dirk Verbeuren - most notably of Scarve and Soilwork - would probably get my vote. Check out Scarve's Irradiant album for a pretty solid showcase.
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    Need more METAL!

    Quote: Originally Posted by invisiman Some of my favourites from the above list. If you haven't heard Lykathea Aflame's album you're missing out IMO. Has anybody ever told you that you look just like Jonathon Thompson, current Atheist guitarist?
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    Diablo String Orchestra. Anyone else listen to them?

    Yeah, it's a cool album.
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    Post/Sludge Metal after ISIS?

    Quote: Originally Posted by asmox Long Distance Calling - Avoid the Light Jakob - Cale/Drew Just wanted to reinforce those two albums, the latter especially. Semaphore is an amazing track... the distortion kicks my ass.
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    Need more METAL!

    Too much name dropping in this thread to read through, so here are some of my personal favorites regardless of whether or not they've been mentioned already - Atrox - Orgasm (Progressive) Ram-Zet - Intra (Progressive/Avant-garde) Vulture Industries - The Dystopia Journals (Progressive) -...
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    2009 - Your Favorite Releases So Far

    A few favorites so far - Animals as Leaders - s/t Exivious - s/t Counter-World Experience - Metronomicon Gigantic Brain - Betelgeuse Gnostic - Engineering the Rule Isis - Wavering Radiant Kalisia - Cybion Long Distance Calling - Avoid the Light maudlin of the Well - Part the Second...
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    Instrumental metal?

    Quote: Originally Posted by 3DCadman Try "Scale the Summit" by Carving Desert Canyons It's actually Carving Desert Canyons by Scale the Summit. They are similar to Canvas Solaris, so if you didn't like that, you probably won't like this either.
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    Looking for audiophile quality Psychedelic Rock

    Off the top of my head, try the following albums - Ozric Tentacles - Erpland Hidria Spacefolk - Symetria Quantum Fantay - Agapanthusterra
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    Darkest Desires Part V

    Just got back from Summer Slaughter... 10 straight hours of relentless death ****ing metal. Great show and a great lineup this year - Suffocation, Dying Fetus, Origin, Necrophagist, Beneath the Massacre, Decrepit Birth, and a bunch more. This was only the second date in the US, I think. Many...
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    Kalisia - for fans of: prog metal that doesn't suck? I don't know.

    Quote: Originally Posted by Darek how would you compare this album to the perfect element part 1? Strange question. The Perfect Element I is arguably my favorite progressive metal album of all time, but I think the style and the approach is different enough from Cybion that a...
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    Kalisia - for fans of: prog metal that doesn't suck? I don't know.

    Basically, this French band has taken bits and pieces of every single non-crappy prog metal band in existence and proceeded to copy and paste them into some kind of ultra prog metal conglomeration - a 70 minute epic sci-fi song divided into 20 tracks. This might sound like a disaster waiting to...
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