- Aug 21, 2013
- Down at Dino's Bar & Grill
wow this stuff is really good, not a huge fan of older style metal genres, but this is some seriously good stuff, love the guitars
I don't have links, but here are some of my lesser known favorite bands with a recommended album:
Band: Short Sharp Shock(u.k. modern crossover thrash) - think Slayer with gruff vocals and a dash of comedy..one of my favorites!
Album: Short Sharp Shock (2006)
Band: Send More Paramedics - zombie themed thrash metal, yet again from the u.k.
Album: The Hallowed and the Heathen (2004)
Band: Dead Horse - Texas technical death metal, but quite unique
Album: Horsecore - An Unrelated Story That's Time Consuming (1988)
*This particular album by Dead Horse has excellent recording quality for its time.
Band: All Out War - often labeled metalcore, but not so simple as that
Album: For Those Who Were Crucified (1998)
*I prefer their debut album ''Truth in the Age of Lies''; its extremely rare and out of print, I had to spend a decent dollar to get the CD from ebay.
Band: Rigor Mortis - extremely technical american death metal, but gloriously unique
Album: Rigor Mortis (1988)
*Recording quality is subpar, but the guitarwork is amazing..Mike Scaccia has magic fingers.
These bands stand out in my metal library; there many more I want to add, but I wanted to keep things short. These bands deserve some attention, imo.
Did you check out Unleash the Archers? Fast,tight melodeath elements...guitars sound similar to what you posted earlier.
Try to add links...that way we dont have to go searching...It helps to expose folks to new styles/genres of metal
From the forthcoming double live CD