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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-28 12:30:15 Reply

At 4/28/13 04:56 AM, Haggard wrote: Yeah, in my country, Floyd Rose is called "Freud Los", which means: "You will have NO FUN at all with a tremolo system this shitty!" haha. (actually "Freudlos" just means: No fun ;) )
But the strings are locked tight. I can use the tremolo as much as I want, the guitar won't lose it's tuning. AWESOME!

I suppose thats like...the only good thing about Floyd Roses. Though it doesn't hurt to have to tune your guitar....
That reminds me. I need to get the lock on the head of my Bich fixed.....


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-28 17:59:29 Reply

At 4/15/04 08:28 PM, Goatchrist wrote: Welcome to the Metal hell :)

If you are into heavy metal, melodic metal or whatever, this is the club for you. Tell us your favourite bands and/ or songs and join the hell :)

I love 5FDP BVB BFMV Iron Maiden Metallica Slayer Slipknot and many others STAY METAL \m/ (^_^) \m/

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-28 17:59:50 Reply

The bands Jex Thoth and Blood Ceremony have both released new music recently.

And for any fans of Saint Vitus, they're giving away a free downloadable live EP that includes live versions of the songs: Mystic Lady, The Bleeding Ground, Born Too Late.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-28 23:54:02 Reply

At 4/28/13 05:59 PM, kaeleb wrote: Picture

This sentence always makes me think about Thomas Hobbes work. The strenght of an individual is of no importance. No matter how strong and powerful you are, you will always be vulnerable at some point. When you have to sleep or when you are not on your guard, it is possible for someone weaker to kill you. Another possibility, is that weaker individuals or indivuals with various skills will assemble to take you on.

Most important, even in the theory of a man who sees human beings as selfish, is still to unite, for you can't hope to survive alone.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-29 00:26:29 Reply

huh that's very true tell me or not if you agree to this picture

At 4/28/13 11:54 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/28/13 05:59 PM, kaeleb wrote: Picture

. The strenght of an individual is of no importance. No matter how strong and powerful you are, you will always be vulnerable at some point. When you have to sleep or when you are not on your guard, it is possible for someone weaker to kill you. Another possibility, is that weaker individuals or indivuals with various skills will assemble to take you on.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-29 01:26:10 Reply

At 4/29/13 12:26 AM, kaeleb wrote: huh that's very true tell me or not if you agree to this picture

Each of these words imply a lot of political, social, economical and psychological elements. So it's rather difficult to give a simpe explanation that would fit all of these words and what they imply.

But take nationalism, state, etc. These concepts imply identity and the will of individuals and groups of individuals to gather assemble under a common identity they share. I do not think nationalism in itself is a bad thing. In my field of study, nationalism is often considered as a pejorative word. But I disagree. Right now there are historicaly dominated groups fighting to rebuild their common identity. Natives, females, minorities, etc. And in a way, nationalism if it doesn't imply chauvinism, racism and a feeling of superiority or even supremacy shouldn't be considered as a bad thing. Right now in provinces and regions like Quebec in Canada or Catalonia in Spain, there are strong nationalist movements and these are fighting to rebuild and to increase the status of historicaly dominated nations.

As for states. I think they still need to exist today. Your picture suggests some kind of world-wide communist or anarcho-communist global system. Of course, in an ideal world minorities wouldn't suffer from the will of majorities. But as for now, we see how natives, linguistic or ethnic minorities get threated even in the "most democratic countries" (and I use the word democracy loosely here...) and I think that having these groups somewhat separated, or at least having decentralized political instances could help them get their interests respected a little more. I'm not favoring some kind of ethnonationalist states limiting contacts between people, for this would favor chauvinism and probably wars and missunderstanding of other cultures. So states... not ideal... but kind of necessary... at least in our world.

Anyway, not going to saturate the Metal Hell with political and sociological debates :P If you want to join the Metal Hell, list us a 10 bands from your library. I do want to inform you before you do so that you should avoid deathcore, metalcore and the likes when making your list. Thanks :)

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-29 04:11:06 Reply

At 4/16/04 09:52 AM, Goatchrist wrote:
At 4/16/04 06:14 AM, Falkowski wrote: hey this sounds like a good idea, can i join?
My favourite bands are:
In Flames
System of a Down
Soilwork
Dark Tranquility
The Haunted
Poison the Wll
Machine Head
Soulfly
Arch Enemy
Spineshank
Chimaira
well actually there are a lot more, damn i should have made that list shorter anyways.
I see some of you guys like In Flames and Soilwork, you should really check out Dark Tranquillity if you like them.
Lovely! You are in!

"Listens to *Soilwork - No More Angels"

Hehe, your bands are nice, welcome!

Forum will be ready soon....

What widget or content do you have that makes your website valuable instead of just another please-visit-my-page saga?

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-29 05:07:19 Reply

At 4/29/13 04:11 AM, Montgomery8 wrote:
At 4/16/04 09:52 AM, Goatchrist wrote:
What widget or content do you have that makes your website valuable instead of just another please-visit-my-page saga?

That post you quoted was made 9 years ago.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-29 19:55:32 Reply

At 4/15/04 08:28 PM, Goatchrist wrote: Welcome to the Metal hell :)

If you are into heavy metal, melodic metal or whatever, this is the club for you. Tell us your favourite bands and/ or songs and join the hell :)

my top ten bands
1.Arch Enemy
2. Slipknot
3. five finger death punch
4. black veil brides
5. bullet for my valentine
6. slayer
7. Metallica
8. Iron maiden
9. Bring me the horizon
10. sabaton

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-29 23:21:13 Reply

Theres another new Black Sabbath song. "Methademic"
I think it sounds okay. I seriously hope the studio version sounds better than this because Ozzy's vocals seem to progressively get worse throughout the video.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 01:04:05 Reply

At 4/29/13 07:55 PM, kaeleb wrote:
my top ten bands
1.Arch Enemy
2. Slipknot
3. five finger death punch
4. black veil brides
5. bullet for my valentine
6. slayer
7. Metallica
8. Iron maiden
9. Bring me the horizon
10. sabaton

All right for Arch Enemy, Slayer, Metallica, Maiden and Sabaton, but like I said earlier avoid listing bands like
Slipknot - Nu Metal
FFDP - Metalcore
Black Veil Brides - Post-Hardcore/Screamo
Bring Me The Horizon - Deathcore

These genres aren't what we are looking for in the Metal Hell. But judging from the rest of your list, I believe you would still fit in.

So as one of the horsemen of the Metal Hell, I allow you in. Enjoy your stay!

Oh! And by the way, I see you like Power Metal and Melodic Death Metal. So here are some recommandations for both genres:

Power Metal:
Jacobs Dream
Sonata Arctica
Voyager
Labyrinth
Altaria
At Vance
Cellador
Helloween

Melodic Death Metal:
Arsis
Darkane
Kalmah (one of my all time favorite bands)
Dark Tranquillity
Insomnium
Nightrage
Scar Symmetry

If you get a chance to listen to any of those bands, tell me what you think of them!

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 01:22:07 Reply

Lately I've been stuck on Zyklon. The blend of death metal, black metal, and futuristic quasi-industrial themes seems just too irresistable right now. And, on the plus side, it appears the band does not take themselves seriously. At all.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 01:29:53 Reply

aint those genres just sub genres off of metal any way :?

At 4/30/13 01:04 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:

:: Nu Metal

Metalcore
Post-Hardcore/Screamo
- Deathcore

These genres aren't what we are looking for in the Metal Hell. But judging from the rest of your list, I believe you would still fit in.

So as one of the horsemen of the Metal Hell, I allow you in. Enjoy your stay!

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 01:43:22 Reply

At 4/30/13 01:29 AM, kaeleb wrote: aint those genres just sub genres off of metal any way :?

At 4/30/13 01:04 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
Nu Metal
Metalcore
Post-Hardcore/Screamo
- Deathcore

These genres aren't what we are looking for in the Metal Hell. But judging from the rest of your list, I believe you would still fit in.

So as one of the horsemen of the Metal Hell, I allow you in. Enjoy your stay!

Not particularly. It's kinda one of those gray area things in the case of Deathcore. However, in the case of "nu metal" and screamo, it's a clear cut case. I say "nu metal" in quotations, because it's not really metal. It's influenced by metal, to be sure, but a better moniker would be nu rock. Screamo is a blend of hardcore and emo; not particularly metal (hardcore punk and emo rock =/= metal).

I don't want to be a douche about this matter, and I'm not insulting either of those genres. But we gotta draw the line somewhere, and we've found what we feel is a good standard and we're sticking with it.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 03:45:42 Reply

in love with Arch Enemy's new album Khaos legions

At 4/30/13 01:22 AM, ElGhoulio wrote: Lately I've been stuck on Zyklon. The blend of death metal, black metal, and futuristic quasi-industrial themes seems just too irresistable right now. And, on the plus side, it appears the band does not take themselves seriously. At all.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 04:51:23 Reply

At 4/30/13 03:45 AM, kaeleb wrote: in love with Arch Enemy's new album Khaos legions

They've pretty much been on the decline since Doomsday Machine, if you ask me. I've listened to Rise of The Tyrant back when it came out, but since it was pretty much just more of the same and lacking any kind of novelty or sign that the band was ever going to evolve in anyway, I gave up on Arch Enemy. I've not listened to their music for ages now, except of course for a few plays of their early stuff, which is still pretty good. I've not listened to anything from the last two albums. I might just do so tomorrow, just to keep up a little with a band I used to like.

Otherwise, I'm going to give Michael Amott's other project, Spiritual Beggars a listen. It has very positive reviews on Metal Archives, and since the guy is a very talented musician, I'd like to hear some more good stuff by him. Something he just cannot seem to offer me anymore with Arch Enemy. I'll have to listen to the most recent two albums of the melodeath band anyway, just to make sure...

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 09:36:59 Reply

At 4/30/13 01:04 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: Power Metal:
Jacobs Dream

I've seen that name come up a few times now. Really should check them out.

Voyager

Oh, god, now I really want to listen to these guys again

Nightrage

That's another name I've seen a few times and should probably check out


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 12:39:31 Reply

At 4/30/13 09:36 AM, Zodir wrote:
At 4/30/13 01:04 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: Nightrage
That's another name I've seen a few times and should probably check out

If you ever do so, I recommend going for one of their first two LPs, which are Sweet Vengeance and Descent into Chaos. The next two aren't quite as good, and I can't talk about the last that came out because I haven't listened to it myself.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 14:33:51 Reply

if you do I recommend the song no gods no masters

At 4/30/13 04:51 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/30/13 03:45 AM, kaeleb wrote: in love with Arch Enemy's new album Khaos legions
They've pretty much been on the decline since Doomsday Machine, if you ask me.:
.I'll have to listen to the most recent two albums of the melodeath band anyway, just to make sure...

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 18:28:57 Reply

What do you guys think of Between the Buried and Me? As far as metal goes they're my favourite band. 5 of the most talented guys I've ever seen too. If you haven't already I'd recommend you give them a good listen.

I'm also into Baroness and Mastodon, though that about covers it for metal in my music library. I'd be open to some recommendations though if anybody has any.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oipeeZs65EI

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 19:32:56 Reply

At 4/30/13 06:28 PM, Snuff wrote: What do you guys think of Between the Buried and Me? As far as metal goes they're my favourite band. 5 of the most talented guys I've ever seen too. If you haven't already I'd recommend you give them a good listen.

Between The Buried And Me is a good band. Somewhere between core and metal, if you ask me. But great band nonetheless. Their album Colors is a prog masterpiece

I'm also into Baroness and Mastodon, though that about covers it for metal in my music library. I'd be open to some recommendations though if anybody has any.

I recommand you give a listen to Boris albums like Heavy Rocks, Pink, Akuma No Uta, and maybe Smile. If you're a fan of both Baroness and Mastodon, you will obviously like High On Fire or Red Fang. And I also recommand The Melvins. These guys make sludge, doom, stoner, grunge... they are great :)

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 20:10:31 Reply

At 4/30/13 07:32 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/30/13 06:28 PM, Snuff wrote: I'm also into Baroness and Mastodon, though that about covers it for metal in my music library. I'd be open to some recommendations though if anybody has any.
I recommand you give a listen to Boris albums like Heavy Rocks, Pink, Akuma No Uta, and maybe Smile. If you're a fan of both Baroness and Mastodon, you will obviously like High On Fire or Red Fang. And I also recommand The Melvins. These guys make sludge, doom, stoner, grunge... they are great :)

And if you like Red Fang and High On Fire you should check out Torche and Sleep. I say Sleep because some of High On Fire's older stuff (like Art Of Self Defense era High On Fire) is slightly similar to Sleep's stuff since they pretty much just broke up and Matt Pike went to form High On Fire so it still had a big influence on their sound.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-04-30 21:07:41 Reply

Have any you guys heard of the band Wuthering Heights? Found them recently and really dig their mix of Folk Metal and Power Metal. Check em out.


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At 4/30/13 02:33 PM, kaeleb wrote: if you do I recommend the song no gods no masters

I'm going just that. Music wise, I don't mind this stuff too much. But the lyrics... dayum...

"What doesn't kill us, makes us stronger
Locked and loaded, ready to strike
Here we stand, loud and proud
United as one, united as one"

Angela Gossow shouldn't be allowed to write lyrics...

She said somewhere that she was inspired by the Arab Spring when writing the lyrics to this record. And... it definitely doesn't show anywhere. Yeah, sure there is the typical rebellion, strength, power, tyranny, opposition, liberty themes... but they've been writing this kind of stuff since the album Anthems of Rebellion (Look at the title of the album *wink wink*). There isn't much depth to her lyrics. And those lyrics I've quoted, are from the track you've recommended. The title would suggest anti-religious, separation of state and religion, anti-monotheism or whatever. But there is no such thing. The lyrics are pretty much what you get from a teenager who's rebelling against authority or questioning it, or a teenager who's trying to build himself his own identity. I'm not mocking those themes, though. They need to exist, but please... Gossow... cut the fuckin' bullcrap about "being inspired by sociopolitical matters in arab countries... you obviously have no shit to say about the matter...

"Survival of the fittest, all your tall tales are dead
We are legion, one will and one heartbeat

This is anarchy
We are a godless entity"

And someone definitely has a strange reading of anarchy here. Anarchy is a philosophy based in part on opposition to authoritarian politics and governments. Which is... the total opposite of survival of the fittest...

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-05-01 03:00:23 Reply

At 5/1/13 02:10 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/30/13 02:33 PM, kaeleb wrote: if you do I recommend the song no gods no masters
I'm going just that. Music wise, I don't mind this stuff too much. But the lyrics... dayum...

"What doesn't kill us, makes us stronger
Locked and loaded, ready to strike
Here we stand, loud and proud
United as one, united as one"

Angela Gossow shouldn't be allowed to write lyrics...

And someone definitely has a strange reading of anarchy here. Anarchy is a philosophy based in part on opposition to authoritarian politics and governments. Which is... the total opposite of survival of the fittest...


I Loll'ed to this! This is so true. Angela Gossow isn't the best writter. And with the latest turns of her band...(becoming more and more a repetitive...commercial) She doesn't seem to make sense trough her lyrics.

Let's sing about anarchy while trying to aim more money! lol


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-05-01 16:41:01 Reply

At 4/22/13 12:36 PM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: I just found these guys yesterday:
StÃf¶ner Kebab - Superdoom

I haven't been around here for a while so I don't know if anyone mentioned them before, but these guys are pretty epic, really good psychedelic and massive sound, I haven't found something so good in this genre since Bongripper, plus, their name is astoundingly hilarious. If you enjoy some good stoner doom and never heard about these guys you certainly should check them out. Enjoy!

Why didn't anyone care about this post I've made? These guys surely deserve your attention, give them a listen, you won't regret it, it's so goddamn good!


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-05-01 17:05:52 Reply

At 5/1/13 04:41 PM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: Why didn't anyone care about this post I've made? These guys surely deserve your attention, give them a listen, you won't regret it, it's so goddamn good!

Well....I already know about Stonerkbab so....yeah....
Also Bongripper is from Chicago and thats not horribly far away from me.

Oh and if you haven't done so yet you need to check out Conan and Belzebong.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-05-02 09:16:28 Reply

At 5/1/13 05:05 PM, Viper50 wrote:
At 5/1/13 04:41 PM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: Why didn't anyone care about this post I've made? These guys surely deserve your attention, give them a listen, you won't regret it, it's so goddamn good!
Well....I already know about Stonerkbab so....yeah....
Also Bongripper is from Chicago and thats not horribly far away from me.

Oh and if you haven't done so yet you need to check out Conan and Belzebong.

Never heard of any of those before, I loved Conan, kinda droney, it sounded a bit like Eagle Twin to me, very good. As for Belzebong, a new band for my list of bands that make puns with the word 'bong' or have 'bong' in their name, very nice too, it sounds like Bongripper but less aggressive and less evil.

Also, for any of you who might like some simple stoner rock, I want to promote a project I'm working on with my bandmates called Siberian Fire if you want to check it out:

Siberian Fire - Hatred

I play guitar and I do the vocals, I would really appreciate some feedback, it's not very technical nor complex, it's supposed to be an in your face stoner/sludgey rock thing. Hope you like it!


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-05-02 10:52:51 Reply

At 5/2/13 09:16 AM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: Never heard of any of those before, I loved Conan, kinda droney, it sounded a bit like Eagle Twin to me, very good. As for Belzebong, a new band for my list of bands that make puns with the word 'bong' or have 'bong' in their name, very nice too, it sounds like Bongripper but less aggressive and less evil.

Conan actually just got done touring with Bongripper and Humanfly and released a split with them (that I'm pretty sure you saw). I someone I'm friends with on last.fm recommended Belzebong to me since she looked at the music I listen to and thought that I'd enjoy them too.

Also, for any of you who might like some simple stoner rock, I want to promote a project I'm working on with my bandmates called Siberian Fire if you want to check it out:

Siberian Fire - Hatred

I play guitar and I do the vocals, I would really appreciate some feedback, it's not very technical nor complex, it's supposed to be an in your face stoner/sludgey rock thing. Hope you like it!

It's not bad. Keep us posted as to when you have more stuff.

if you want I can send you a link to one of two a shitty hour long guitar only things I recorded xD
it just sits there unlisted on YouTube and no one listens to it anyways....

I've been trying to get some form of a band together for a bit now....though at the moment I kinda want to do a one man band type of thing. But since I don't have drums at the moment I can't do much. I mean I have 6 guitars and my sister has 4 basses that I can use not to mention she has a few bass amps that would be interesting to use. She has two Ampegs. One is a V4B head on an SVT cab from the late 60's - early 70's. The other is just a SVT cab she bought for like $400 that she puts the head off of her other amp on. I just have a small 15 watt practice amp and a late 70's Gibson amp.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-05-02 16:16:01 Reply

At 5/2/13 10:52 AM, Viper50 wrote:
It's not bad. Keep us posted as to when you have more stuff.
if you want I can send you a link to one of two a shitty hour long guitar only things I recorded xD
it just sits there unlisted on YouTube and no one listens to it anyways....
I've been trying to get some form of a band together for a bit now....though at the moment I kinda want to do a one man band type of thing. But since I don't have drums at the moment I can't do much. I mean I have 6 guitars and my sister has 4 basses that I can use not to mention she has a few bass amps that would be interesting to use. She has two Ampegs. One is a V4B head on an SVT cab from the late 60's - early 70's. The other is just a SVT cab she bought for like $400 that she puts the head off of her other amp on. I just have a small 15 watt practice amp and a late 70's Gibson amp.

Damn dude, you got yourself some gear... Give that stuff some use and learn how to programme drums or something. Well I'm telling you to do that, but if I knew how to do that, some of my stuff would roll faster, and still I just don't have any interest in learning how to do such thing... Also, I've just noticed my drummer posted another song on youtube if you want to check out, this one is more doomey and psychedelic, here you go: Siberian Fire - Mantra

Also, send me your Youtube stuff, I've an youtube channel too, and I know how it feels like to have no one listening to your stuff.

Well, and since you're talking about one-man bands, I also have another project that I kind of promote in my newground's sig, it's called A Lifetime Dying, and it's what I really really really love to do, I will only say it's a Post-Metal project, because my influences range from Melodic Death, to Doom, to Sludge, to Groove Metal and it all mixed just kind of sounds like Post-Metal to me...

It's a one-man project in the way that I do everything except the drums since I never got to play them, but I'm trying to make it a band where it just happens that I'm the main composer and the mind of the thing, from writing lyrics, to sing them, to compose the melodies and rhythms, etc. Luckily I've been supported by a friend of mine who plays drums(the same guy who plays the drums in Siberian Fire), and listens to my guitar recordings, demos and w.i.p's and he composes drums for me, well I end up recording the guitars at his home because I'm unable to get good audio quality at my home with my poor gear.

Also, another friend of mine who plays bass departed from his previous band because the guitarist emigrated and I convinced him to play with us, but now we're too occupied with Siberian Fire, and he's playing with us in Siberian Fire aswell, yeah kinda, confusing, it's like the Norwegian Black Metal scene, where you have dozens of bands with the same members but differente names. It saddens me that we never practiced A Lifetime Dying songs anymore, but I'm always composing new stuff, so the idea will never die.

If you're interested you can check one of my songs from the project A Lifetime Dying: Ionization My voice wasn't that mature back when I recorded it haha.

http://www.youtube.com/user/sirjuandiablo Here's my youtube channel in case you want to check it out, I post covers, original ideas, jams, only guitar stuff.


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