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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Odin, Apr 9, 2015.
My Ambien isn't working tonight but I'm still not bored enough to listen to the last Mastodon.
update: i listened to slugdge instead
New Testament is pretty good
Does anyone have any takes on Cynic? I listened to Focus a while back and couldn’t get that into it, but one of the review channels I follow talked about Traced In Air the other day so I’ve been listening to that, and I like it better. Curious if there any fans on here.
I liked Focus a lot a while ago. I recognize how revolutionary that album was.
Tried to listen to them again recently and wasn’t feeling it. Felt dated, for lack of a better term.
it sits in a weird spot between tech death and prog rock
Yeah agreed, I understood it was very influential but with the synthesized vocals and whatnot, dated seems like an accurate word for when I first heard it.
The split double album between Spectral Lore and Mare Cognitum is really good. It’s progressive atmospheric black metal, with a good dose of melody.
Each song is about a different planet in the solar system, inspired by Gustav Holst’s classical work. The bands alternate songs, result is really epic in scale.
I recommend to any of you guys who like progressive music or black metal.
back on a Yes thing
really like this guitar
i like this 2015 album from Outre-Tomb. HM-2 death metal from Montreal.
Montreal has one of the world's great regional metal scenes, from tech death to black metal.
i started getting into I.N.R.I. by Sarcafago (from Brazil). this album came out in 1987 and still sounds very modern.
all the black metal bands in the second wave took heavy influence from this album; both the aesthetics in the photo on the cover (corpsepaint, etc), and the music (Bathory-style aggressive thrash with Satanic imagery). this is one of, if not the, the first instances of blast beats appearing in metal. the riffs are absolutely sick - check out 'Nightmare' as an example.
this album is probably as influential as Bathory, Venom, and Motorhead in laying the groundwork for black metal.
Khemmis released their Doomed Heavy Metal EP today. Has some live tracks, the Dio cover previously mentioned, and I think a new track
which band do you guys prefer, Khemmis or Elder?
for me, Elder.
Khemmis over Elder
I like them both but only one of them does massive guitar harmonies in like every song so Khemmis for me I guess
Elder. Khemmis always came across as being "flake" to me. Idk why, that's just my impression
I like both but prefer Khemmis
I'm sure you have heard of Archgoat. This is my favorite album from them
also this "mini" album is basically 3 live songs and a cover. the other two had been previously released in some form or another. Empty Throne was on something called a "flexi-disc" from Decibel magazine a few years ago, so probably hard to track down but it was out there. i don't blame any band for trying to make a buck but this is kind of lame.
Ah I hadn’t heard Empty Throne before so thought it was new.
yep - crazy aggression
Elder all day.
One man band Ripped To Shreds has a new release. Now signed to Pulverised Records. Last album was pretty good.
Centinex due out next month.
loved Elder's last album but I've never heard of Khemmis, where should I start for them?
start with hitting the back button and forgetting they exist
what a wacky album title I like em already
Flaky. Damn phone.
start with the song Above The Water and the album it’s on.
Been listening to Ecdysis by Horrendous the last couple days. Really dig this album
One of the greatest thrash albums of all time
I somehow lost the thread, thought I was thread banned.
This album got sandwiched between Fleshcrawls two worst releases in the 90's.
siap: this showed up in my youtube recs. listening based on album art. it's pretty good
new elder album is out
are you nerds still awake or what
new Ulcerate is out. older stuff is too dissonant and atonal for me, but this release is laced with weird melodies. super dense, like being in a thunderstorm.
this and the Mare Cognitum/Spectral Lore split album are two early contenders for my personal AOTY.
That Ulcerate album is awesome.
That and the Wake album are my AOTY so far
The Elder album is worth a listen
well well buff seems like I have to go to the Houston area huh ?right when my bubblegum pics were going to come out.
how did they ever get you to sell out ?
your a bitch .
r u happy u find out what greif is like buff ?
just like banks huh ?
this is what politics and covid did for this place falkey boy .
BANKS ::::::: QUOTE - THE FOOD IS HERE BUT WERE IS IT AT ?
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