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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Odin, Apr 9, 2015.
i'm enjoying this
I saw a band called Necropanther on Angry Metal Guy so I had to listen. Surprisingly decent melo death type stuff
SMOD for president
i would go to this
An older band (1968-1972) Mikael Akerfeldt hasn't ripped off.... yet.
Seeing the last Opeth on year end lists is really triggering me.
I'm going to Khemmis at the Doug Fir Lounge on Monday
burnttatertot it's not sold out yet!
Anyone good opening?
a band called Un
honestly haven't heard of or listened to them
A band needs to be pretty good to get me out of the house on a Monday night.
Well yeah, Khemmis will be there
I haven't heard a ton of Khemmis, but they just haven't hit me.
Hunted is the album and also the song worth listening to
This is the most recent setlist I could find:
Above the Water
Maw of Time
they are the headliner, so i imagine it will be something like that, but with Hunted and Flesh to Nothing
coming from when i looked at their setlist.fm page about a week ago
In Solitude's album Sister is just as good as I remember
I love In Solitude, don't see any connection between the two though.
there isn't any, they just came up next in my shuffle
but i did see In Solitude open for Watain at the Hawthorne theater and i think i was the only person in there not wearing leather
In Solitude's style is definitely more physical.
damn sure more physical than wsu's
Don't get cocky, you guys barely beat us by 2. And we suuuuuck.
plus you've got that MLS Cup victory to your name while joe's poor Timber Army is in shambles right now
I don't pay attention to Minor League Soccer
or any soccer really
this is exactly what I'd say too when the best player on my team got kicked to the curb for failing to not take a bunch of drugs after falling to MLS because he took a bunch of drugs
really makes you think
ok joe, which one are you?
this is the best Slipknot song I've ever heard
If you like In Solitude, then you will LOVE Idle Hands. Expect them to make lots of year-end lists.
this is truly amazing
Ironic they filmed in a blanket warehouse cuz that shit is hard as fuck
Germans discovered the 90's.
sounds like they listened to Down Rodeo by RATM a few times
I use to pull RATM from the radio playlist and replace it with The Melvins and Offspring. You're welcome Seattle.
This was one of Angry Metal Guy's albums of the month, but I never listened. I wish I had because it's good.
It reminds me more of this cover by them than their actual albums
This was really good. Maybe it's just how I made my way into this stoner rock sound, but is Josh Homme the most underrated guitar player of the last 30 years? 75% of these bands sound like Kyuss or Queens of the Stone Age, which isn't a bad thing because I love both.
Was there some piece of equipment that became available when he started writing music? I know we had this talk about that Swedish Melo Death sound that came from some piece of equipment that came out right around when At The Gates started making music
He’s apparently very protective about his tone, and uses custom made guitars and amps so it’s difficult to tell. The one main verifiable thing that he does differently is play exclusively with the neck pickup on his guitars.
The neck pickup is waaaaay warmer, muffled, and has more bass than the bridge pickup. 99.9% of players use the neck pickup sparingly (usually on solos or on “clean” portions without distortion). Homme cranks that motherfucker and loads it up with some kind of fuzz distortion. So cool.
Khemmis went hard as fuck and sounded incredible
I love that Nocturnalia album
I don’t know if anyone here likes crusty punk stuff. I grew up playing shit like that but with more thrash and grind influences. I stumbled on this today. Pretty cool.
The EP wasn’t my jam, but really looking forward to this in2020.
Holy shit at the new Carcass song!!!!! Wasn't expecting this
I always expect Carcass to be awesome.
burnttatertot i found your christmas gift
That can't be real. The triggering is too much for me to handle.
Really liking the recent Bison Machine release.
best of lists are starting to appear
i think these guys listened to scorpions a few times
I was a Scorps junkie before I found Twisted Sister in '84. Some call them metal but I don't so my metal obsession didn't start until TS arrived in my life. My first music obsession was a track by The Kinks called Destroyer. I would sit in my room for hours just waiting for that track to come on the radio.
Currently listening to the new Cattle Decap, I don't understand why this band is so popular.
Normally not fond of thrash crossover bands but this is ok.