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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 05:04 PM Reply

At 3/17/10 05:54 PM, TheSporkLord wrote: So I just decided I'm going to cover Master's Apprentices by Opeth. I just love that song so much.

Vocals?


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 05:30 PM Reply

At 3/18/10 05:04 PM, smeagol1 wrote:
At 3/17/10 05:54 PM, TheSporkLord wrote: So I just decided I'm going to cover Master's Apprentices by Opeth. I just love that song so much.
Vocals?

Maybe, If I can manage to learn to growl soon, but for now just guitar.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 08:42 PM Reply

At 3/18/10 01:00 PM, TheUnwisePoet wrote: Do you guys know, Pensées Nocturnes? They're french and they play Neoclassical Black Metal, I just downloaded their new album, and I think it's awesome. Me as Metal fan but also Classical music fan, love it.

I really need to check out some more french black metal. Can't say why, but they fucking kick ass !!!

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 08:50 PM Reply

At 3/18/10 05:48 AM, AniMetal wrote: For one, Metallica isn't very thrashie - they're slightly more brutal than evile, which is the least thrashie thrash metal band ever.

wat. Wat. WAT. Have you not heard Enter the Grave?

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 10:35 PM Reply

At 3/18/10 08:50 PM, SomaGuye wrote:
At 3/18/10 05:48 AM, AniMetal wrote: For one, Metallica isn't very thrashie - they're slightly more brutal than evile, which is the least thrashie thrash metal band ever.
wat. Wat. WAT. Have you not heard Enter the Grave?

I own the album, it's way better than there second one.

It's good just not really thrashie at all except solos and the lyrics.

We Who Are About To Die is there best song, BY FAR.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 10:51 PM Reply

Saying Metallica aren't Thrashie is fucking ridiculous, retarded even, given that they're one of the pioneers of the genre and definitely the most famous and influencial.

There isn't even a parallel universe in which Metallica are not Thrash. Thats how Thrash they are.

Metallica only release 3 albums too, by the way. Anything after Cliff died doesn't count.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 10:59 PM Reply

At 3/17/10 05:54 PM, TheSporkLord wrote: So I just decided I'm going to cover Master's Apprentices by Opeth. I just love that song so much.

I was going to do the same, but I can't play bass/drums/vocals and whatnot, and I don't want to cover it with the original song playing in the back. A full band cover would be awesome.

Also on this note of Metallica, I'll always appreciate them through all their albums, no matter how 'un-metal' that may be of me. They're a fucking good band, through their thrash days, the heavy days, the blues/rock days, the nu-metal days and the 'we made one song (Death Is Not The End) and divided it up amongst a whole album' days.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 18th, 2010 @ 11:42 PM Reply

Some of us should do a full band cover of a Mayhem song. Preferably Freezing Moon.

I call Vocals.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 02:35 AM Reply

At 3/18/10 10:51 PM, Nev wrote: Saying Metallica aren't Thrashie is fucking ridiculous, retarded even, given that they're one of the pioneers of the genre and definitely the most famous

It doesn't change the fact they're the tamest 'thrash' metal band from the 80's.

Unless of course you count speed metal, which was basically just power metal from the 80's.

and influencial.

False.

Hardly any thrash metal(or death metal, which was really just evolved thrash at the time) in the 80's was truly influenced by metallica.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 03:19 AM Reply

Maybe you guys already know about this, but The Metal Hell is the thread with the greatest amount of pages in the C&C.

Damn! We are awesome !!!!

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 03:53 AM Reply

At 3/19/10 03:19 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: Maybe you guys already know about this, but The Metal Hell is the thread with the greatest amount of pages in the C&C.
Damn! We are awesome !!!!

No, there's a signature thread with like 100K pages.

Or something. :P

Anyway I liked the title of this demo.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 04:40 AM Reply

What's everyone's thoughts on the new High on Fire album; Snakes for the Divine?

I've had a few listens though now and I'm really loving it.

cbf to check if this discussion has been done.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 06:57 AM Reply

At 3/19/10 04:40 AM, Oppugnant wrote: What's everyone's thoughts on the new High on Fire album; Snakes for the Divine?

I've had a few listens though now and I'm really loving it.

cbf to check if this discussion has been done.

Agreed. I really like the riff from the title track. Actually, I like all of the riffs. Hell, I like the whole damn album.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 11:50 AM Reply

At 3/18/10 03:18 PM, AkujinRuukasu wrote: I have to admit. "Rise" isn't really a bad song. Parts of that song were also used for one of the DOOM game tracks.

Precisely, the Doom track based on Rise is a good enough reason for Rise to be good.

At 3/18/10 10:51 PM, Nev wrote:
Metallica only release 3 albums too, by the way. Anything after Cliff died doesn't count.

I've said it before and I'll say it again:

ONE!

At 3/19/10 04:40 AM, Oppugnant wrote: What's everyone's thoughts on the new High on Fire album; Snakes for the Divine?

Man, I keep hearing about this album and I'm not familiar with High on Fire. How much am I missing out on here?


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 12:35 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 02:35 AM, AniMetal wrote: It doesn't change the fact they're the tamest 'thrash' metal band from the 80's.

I don't know how you can be the judge of whats tame and whats not. Metallica's sound is Metallica's sound, doesn't mean they're not aggressive.
Maybe we should ask Bill who actually went to an early Metallica gig.
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False.

Hardly any thrash metal(or death metal, which was really just evolved thrash at the time) in the 80's was truly influenced by metallica.

Well Megadeth have been copying Metallica since forever, seriously, there is a pattern there. Look at the good albums, the great albums and the shitty albums. They're pretty much a mirror image of each other.

But anyway, since the 80s nearly everyone who has got into Metal has been into Metallica.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 01:36 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 12:35 PM, Nev wrote:
At 3/19/10 02:35 AM, AniMetal wrote: Hardly any thrash metal(or death metal, which was really just evolved thrash at the time) in the 80's was truly influenced by metallica.
Well Megadeth have been copying Metallica since forever, seriously, there is a pattern there.

That's because Dave Mustaine claimed to have written most of the material in the earlier albums, before he left Metallica

Look at the good albums, the great albums and the shitty albums. They're pretty much a mirror image of each other.

But anyway, since the 80s nearly everyone who has got into Metal has been into Metallica.

They have their own sound, it's not generic, like some people view Maiden's, but influences from there include people trying to copy Hetfield's voice (it's been done a lot) and trying to drum like Lars Ulrich should be able to.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 02:50 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 12:35 PM, Nev wrote: Look at the good albums, the great albums and the shitty albums. They're pretty much a mirror image of each other.

That's actually not off.

Metallica's and Megadeth's first four albums were pure thrash.

Album #5 was more traditional heavy metal than thrash metal and would go on to be both band's best selling albums.

Albums 6 and 7 continued the commercial trend.

Then came their eighth album, which was universally despised and generally regarded to be their worst.

And finally, their ninth albums were a return to their thrash sound.

So hopefully, Metallica's 10th, 11th, and 12th albums will also be thrashier, just like Megadeth's respective albums.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 03:28 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 04:40 AM, Oppugnant wrote: What's everyone's thoughts on the new High on Fire album; Snakes for the Divine?

I've had a few listens though now and I'm really loving it.

I heard that song yesterday. Too epic for words.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 04:56 PM Reply

So last.fm has found me a new solo project, mirrorthrone. This guy is pretty awesome.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 06:51 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 03:53 AM, AniMetal wrote:
At 3/19/10 03:19 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: Maybe you guys already know about this, but The Metal Hell is the thread with the greatest amount of pages in the C&C.
Damn! We are awesome !!!!
No, there's a signature thread with like 100K pages.

I said C&C...

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 07:16 PM Reply

If you guys had to name the album of the year right now, what album would it be? Mine is either Snakes for the Divine or Ironbound.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 07:21 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 07:16 PM, Zodir wrote: If you guys had to name the album of the year right now, what album would it be? Mine is either Snakes for the Divine or Ironbound.

This year?

We are not even 4 months into 2010 :P

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 07:30 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 07:21 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 3/19/10 07:16 PM, Zodir wrote: If you guys had to name the album of the year right now, what album would it be? Mine is either Snakes for the Divine or Ironbound.
This year?

We are not even 4 months into 2010 :P

I meant based on what was out so far. I mean, there were some pretty good albums put out so far, and based on those recommendations, I might check some stuff I've missed.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 07:45 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 07:21 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 3/19/10 07:16 PM, Zodir wrote: If you guys had to name the album of the year right now, what album would it be? Mine is either Snakes for the Divine or Ironbound.
This year?

We are not even 4 months into 2010 :P

That's what I thought to others who were already naming their best metal album of 2010. It's WAAAAY too soon for me to even decide that considering the upcoming albums of many other artists. However, if I had to name one album that I find to be the best of this year so far, it's Ironbound. It's so good I find it to be better than Horrorscope and The Years of Decay.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 08:07 PM Reply

Best thrash album is Overkill's Ironbound. Check that shit out.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 08:15 PM Reply

I agree on Megadeth's Rust in Peace...or maybe Peace Sells, I dunno.


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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 08:25 PM Reply

I'm not even keeping up with release dates. I can't even name one album that came out in 2010...

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 19th, 2010 @ 08:41 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 08:07 PM, sirsicklick wrote: Best thrash album is Overkill's Ironbound. Check that shit out.

I think its a really boring and generic thrash album.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 20th, 2010 @ 01:11 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 04:56 PM, TheSporkLord wrote: So last.fm has found me a new solo project, mirrorthrone. This guy is pretty awesome.

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Response to Metal Hell Mar. 20th, 2010 @ 01:40 PM Reply

At 3/19/10 08:25 PM, HeavenDuff wrote: I'm not even keeping up with release dates. I can't even name one album that came out in 2010...

Really? I'm always keeping myself on track for latest releases as well as pick up any older albums that I should have, like Destruction's first two EP and albums which I bought for £12 altogether. Not a bad deal.

At 3/19/10 08:41 PM, DeIirium wrote:
At 3/19/10 08:07 PM, sirsicklick wrote: Best thrash album is Overkill's Ironbound. Check that shit out.
I think its a really boring and generic thrash album.

The Green and Black says otherwise. It's the best Overkill song I've heard.


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