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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 08:39 AM Reply

Just a little link I thought that I should share with you guys here.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 08:45 AM Reply

Hey guys, I am listening to a band called "Eternal Tears of Sorrow", what do you think about them?


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 08:49 AM Reply

At 2/22/10 08:39 AM, Coop83 wrote: Just a little link I thought that I should share with you guys here.

You should've have. Really.

You can't find me
Inside my brain.
The asphalt master
has gone insane.
So we build a sunrise;
Would you leave me here?
Majestic weaveworld
Solarisphere.

Check this shit:

  • Band Practice
    Band Practice by PenisClown

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 10:48 AM Reply

At 2/21/10 02:02 PM, HeavenDuff wrote: I would not put black metal and symphonic black metal in the same genre.

Until I've listened to enough black metal and symphonic black metal, I am not going to agree with your statement. For now, symphonic black metal is relevant enough to black metal.

Just like Death Metal and Melodeath

Now that I can understand.

At 2/21/10 02:42 PM, Nev wrote:
At 2/21/10 11:19 AM, Bahamut wrote: On the subject of Avantasia, I still need to get The Metal Opera and I'm sure Nev still insists I get it no matter what he's listening to right now.
I'd insist on getting The Metal Opera, Pt. 2. I've not listened to the first :P.

Well that's silly. I'd get The Metal Opera, Pt. 1 before even getting Pt. 2 for the sake of chronology. Or even better, get them together.

At 2/22/10 03:24 AM, AkujinRuukasu wrote: I'm also a fan of wide varieties of metal. I heard some good ones from Japan, Indonesia, India, and, believe it or not, Iran, don't get me wrong. Heard about some of those from the Global Metal documentary... just putting it out there.

Funny you mention that as I'm aiming to listen to at least one metal band from as many countries as possible.

At 2/22/10 08:39 AM, Coop83 wrote: Just a little link I thought that I should share with you guys here.

Haha, interesting find Coop.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 11:20 AM Reply

I got this in the mail today.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 01:22 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 11:20 AM, SomaGuye wrote: I got this in the mail today.

I think I just came in my pants


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 01:36 PM Reply

Lolz "Ultra Limited".


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 03:47 PM Reply

At 2/21/10 11:46 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 2/21/10 04:20 PM, Centurion-Ryan wrote: Ha ha. Oh wow.

Hey, hey guys. Look what I did.
http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/3 13417
Is it me or does it suck?

My music is just too, like, deep, man.

If you were deep like me, maybe you'd understand.

But you're not deep. So you don't.

Deep.

A lot of things are deep.

Like caverns.

But not Duff.

He's not deep.

Anyway, does anyone want to recommend me a Gamma Ray album?


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 04:02 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 03:47 PM, Centurion-Ryan wrote: Anyway, does anyone want to recommend me a Gamma Ray album?

I recommend getting Power Plant or Land of the Free first, either is good. However, I prefer Power Plant and it's my favourite Gamma Ray album but others like Land of the Free more.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 04:09 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 01:22 PM, Lost-Thought wrote: I think I just came in my pants

I second this statement.

Now guys, if I were to get into Opeth, what albums/tracks would you recommend I start with? I mean, I'm really starting to like the progressive stuff, and I think Opeth would be great to get into.

I'm assuming the most popular songs on youtube aren't the best.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 04:15 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 04:09 PM, mothballs wrote: Now guys, if I were to get into Opeth, what albums/tracks would you recommend I start with? I mean, I'm really starting to like the progressive stuff, and I think Opeth would be great to get into.

Blackwater Park! This is the album I started off with as well as my sister and she became an Opeth fanatic within a short amount of time. If you want to listen to one song from that album right now, try out Bleak. That song has a fantastic intro and riff.

I'm assuming the most popular songs on youtube aren't the best.

Popularity =/= Best but that should be obvious. However, I've been lucky a few times with looking up songs on YouTube only such as Falconer where the top two songs I saw on there (The Clarion Call and Lord of the Blacksmiths) have become my two favourites of theirs.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 04:46 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 04:15 PM, Bahamut wrote: Blackwater Park!

Blackwater park and watershed are the best albums to start off on.

Then i'd recommend all seven other opeth albums.

Every Opeth album is great.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 04:49 PM Reply

Opeth.
Just get Still Life and My Arms, Your Hearse.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 04:56 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 04:49 PM, Nev wrote: Still Life

There best album.

and My Arms, Your Hearse.

Still Life, Damnation, Deliverance, Watershed and Orchid are all better albums than this.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 05:47 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 04:56 PM, AniMetal wrote: Still Life, Damnation, Deliverance, Watershed and Orchid are all better albums than this.

URH-ER!
Wrong.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 06:48 PM Reply

So finntroll did pretty good on their new album, but it was a different approach. It focused more on being metal then folk. Pretty weird to hear from them, but still good.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 07:42 PM Reply

Thanks Bahamut, I'm listening to Blackwater Park right now, and I gotta say I'm very impressed.

Glad I gave the band a second chance :)

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 07:43 PM Reply

Sup.

Haven't got enough energy to type yet, but I'll say this. Whitechapel, good band, not my type of listening material, but I got their setlist and drumstick. It Dies Today, decent enough set and I shook hands with the drummer and singer. Meshuggah, most solid fucking set ever, touched Jens' hand, touched Frederiks headstock, got looked at right in the eyes by Tomas Haake, yes, THE FUCKING HAAKE, and he gave me his drumstick.

Which I had to fight 2 other asshats off for.

Full report later. But yeah, I have the power of Switzerland in my hands.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 08:40 PM Reply

Pics or it didn't happen:

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 09:00 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 10:48 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At 2/21/10 02:02 PM, HeavenDuff wrote: I would not put black metal and symphonic black metal in the same genre.
Until I've listened to enough black metal and symphonic black metal, I am not going to agree with your statement. For now, symphonic black metal is relevant enough to black metal.

Just like Death Metal and Melodeath
Now that I can understand.

If you don't know enough about black metal are you are not kvlt enough to be an horseman >:(

At 2/22/10 03:47 PM, Centurion-Ryan wrote:
Anyway, does anyone want to recommend me a Gamma Ray album?

I'd suggest Land Of The Free and No World Order
but I'm not deep.

At 2/22/10 07:42 PM, mothballs wrote: Thanks Bahamut, I'm listening to Blackwater Park right now, and I gotta say I'm very impressed.

Glad I gave the band a second chance :)

what are they? never heard the name.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 09:05 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 09:00 PM, HeavenDuff wrote: If you don't know enough about black metal are you are not kvlt enough to be an horseman >:(

To be fair, you were stating that its your belief that SBM and BM are not the same ;).
Personally, I'm happy to whack them all under Black Metal and start getting specific with from within there. There'd be too much clutter otherwise.

what are they? never heard the name.

... Opeth?


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 09:07 PM Reply

Also, SMS.
Dude, schwing! That's some nice swag there, easily tops my shitty Gojira plectrum :(.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 09:20 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 09:00 PM, HeavenDuff wrote: what are they? never heard the name.

I'm talking about Opeth, Blackwater Park is just the album name.

By the way, listened to everything, I'm very impressed. Time to be a cheap fuck and download.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 09:23 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 09:20 PM, mothballs wrote:
I'm talking about Opeth, Blackwater Park is just the album name.

omfglol

Should just have googled the name...

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 10:20 PM Reply

Just downloaded a Kylesa EP and an entire Torche album.

Yum, sludge.


Here I am, bored with everything.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 22nd, 2010 @ 10:38 PM Reply

At 2/22/10 09:07 PM, Nev wrote: Also, SMS.
Dude, schwing! That's some nice swag there, easily tops my shitty Gojira plectrum :(.

Plectrums are still metal <3

Also I may as well mention that the Whitechapel stick got taken off me while I was fighting for the Haake one.

Shit is so metal, I'm gonna frame it.

Also, best setlist ever:

Electric Red
Bleed
Closed Eye Visuals
Pravus
Stengah
Combustion
Lethargica
Rational Gaze
Sane
Straws Pulled At Random
Future Breed Machine

Jens took a photo of the crowd with his own camera as well, I hope I'm in the photo.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 23rd, 2010 @ 12:26 AM Reply

At 2/22/10 10:38 PM, SpeedMetalSandwich wrote: Jens took a photo of the crowd with his own camera as well, I hope I'm in the photo.

If he stepped back just a little more I'd be in it. The guy in the bottom left, 2 people over (can't see me obviously), that's where I am.

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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 23rd, 2010 @ 06:29 AM Reply

At 2/23/10 12:26 AM, SpeedMetalSandwich wrote:
At 2/22/10 10:38 PM, SpeedMetalSandwich wrote: Jens took a photo of the crowd with his own camera as well, I hope I'm in the photo.
If he stepped back just a little more I'd be in it. The guy in the bottom left, 2 people over (can't see me obviously), that's where I am.

Can't wait for that crowd man. Sydney would always go off though. Rich cunts, you are, eh, eh.

Sorry guys, a bit fucking high. Usually I'd find a band to rant and use the word love a lot.

I know, YOB. YOB are fucking sick and are still relatively underground. Like Opeth used to be as underground as YOB until Blackwater Park. Fuck YOB are cool. Their new album is really cool. Fuckin YOB man.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 23rd, 2010 @ 06:30 AM Reply

Agh shit, my post, it's been cut in half.

AniMetal, My Arms Your Hearse is better than Watershed, Deliverance and Damnation. Way easy. Nev knows what he's talking about.

At 2/22/10 09:07 PM, Nev wrote: Also, SMS.
Dude, schwing! That's some nice swag there, easily tops my shitty Gojira plectrum :(.

I'm attending the same festival this Monday in a different city. I'm going to see Meshuggah aswell, and now I have this shit to live up to? He set the bar so high! I'm going to have to like, get drunk with Neil Fallon to beat that shit.

At 2/22/10 10:20 PM, Idiosyncratic wrote: Just downloaded a Kylesa EP and an entire Torche album.

Yum, sludge.

I listen to Kylesa too. It's nice to find a band with a lengthy catalogue. Their music is nice and angry without being fag-metal. I like stoner sludge so much better though. Except Dystopia. Dystopia is way better than Kylesa, on this uuuuu can trust me.


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Response to Metal Hell Feb. 23rd, 2010 @ 06:43 AM Reply

At 2/23/10 06:30 AM, PenisClown wrote: I listen to Kylesa too. It's nice to find a band with a lengthy catalogue. Their music is nice and angry without being fag-metal.

I've not heard of them.
I do have a Torche album though. Not listened to.
Meanderthal its called.


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