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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-25 15:51:51 Reply

At 8/25/13 12:28 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote:
At 8/25/13 09:17 AM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: Anyone heard Fleshgod Apocalypse new album? A big pile of shit in my opinion, they don't know how to play the guitar anymore.
Ive always heard about them but never listened to em.
Are they worth checking out? The name is interesting if nothing else.

Their first album 'Oracles' and and their first EP 'Mafia', are both masterpieces with astounding guitar work, aggressive drumming and vocals, with a kind of a neoclassical approach to their sound, which made them an unique group and one of my favourite bands, but their last two albums are utter shit, instead of using guitars to make music, all they do is some wankery with symphonic arrangements, so I just won't recommend those.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-25 16:10:58 Reply

Oracle and Mafia were awesome. I haven't heard anything else.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-25 20:12:34 Reply

So today marks the 25th anniversary of ...And Justice For All's release.
That being said (for anyone who cares) what is your favorite song off of the album?

Also on the topic of AJFA has anyone heard a version of the album with the bass made louder than it was in the version that was officially released? It sounds a lot better.

well at least it does to me

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-26 00:58:29 Reply

What do you guys think about the Death To All Tour?

And also, Cynic will release an album in october of this year. It makes me really happy :)

At 8/25/13 12:28 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote:
At 8/25/13 09:17 AM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: Anyone heard Fleshgod Apocalypse new album? A big pile of shit in my opinion, they don't know how to play the guitar anymore.
Ive always heard about them but never listened to em.
Are they worth checking out? The name is interesting if nothing else.

Their first album, Oracles is an absolute masterpiece of modern death metal. It mixes tech death with classical elements.

Their second album, Agony... was kind of boring... a step back... It focuses way too much on orchestration, and by orchestration I mean keys... a lot of them, and not much memorable guitar riffs...

I have yet to listen to the third album.

At 8/25/13 03:51 PM, TheDaemonicPoet wrote: Their first album 'Oracles' and and their first EP 'Mafia', are both masterpieces with astounding guitar work, aggressive drumming and vocals, with a kind of a neoclassical approach to their sound, which made them an unique group and one of my favourite bands, but their last two albums are utter shit, instead of using guitars to make music, all they do is some wankery with symphonic arrangements, so I just won't recommend those.

I agree :) But I haven't heard the newest album!

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-27 16:18:33 Reply

Red Fang have released a new song "Blood Like Cream"
Which can be listened to here.

if the link isn't working or something I'm sorry ._.

It's not really as "Hard and Heavy" as their previous stuff (suffice it to say its kinda "poppy" compared to their other stuff). But its still not that bad.

Also in addition to the new song Jared Warren bassist of the Melvins has written a "biography" for the band that I found pretty funny.

I've known Red Fang for a long time — from before their very humble beginnings in 1972, even. I knew them in the early days when they were grody dirt wizards that you never wanted to see with their shirts off. But there we were in Teeksville, Vermont, at 4 a.m. After literally burning the club to the ground following their poorly attended set, I'm pounding on the door of the cutest little bed and breakfast you've ever laid eyes on with a very drunk and hungry Red Fang demanding a pancake breakfast — topless.

In the years since, a few things have changed: The band successfully rescued guitarist David Sullivan from a hoarding situation (featured on the "If The House Is a Rockin'..." episode of Hoarders),bassist/vocalist Aaron Beam received his master's degree in the Smooooth Sciences, guitarist/vocalist Bryan Giles started the world’s first 100-perecent anti-organic farm in his kitchen, and drummer John Sherman has climbed Mt. Everest in the nude, making him only the third person ever to do so. And none of them wets the bed anymore!

That's just the stuff that's been on the news. They've also been touring the world like mad, playing to thousands of sweaty, hygienically-challenged maniacs at festivals and non-ventilated venues alike. They've made several award-winning music videos that have lots and lots of views because they're hilarious and awesome. Then this spring, they jogged 14 miles round trip to the studio everyday for 666 days and recorded a new record called Whales and Leeches.

I caught up with guitarist Bryan Giles at his neighborhood coffee shop shortly after the band recorded Whales and Leeches and asked him what their influences were while recording the new material. Giles took a slow drink of his perfectly frothed cafe latte and thoughtfully replied, "What are you, a fucking cop?" Looking for a little more insight, I asked how he thought the band had grown since their last record. He replied, "I don't know who the fuck you are, man. If you don't stop bothering me, you're going to be eating that fucking iPad!" It's clear that there's a lot of excitement about Whales and Leeches in the Red Fang camp.

You're probably not saying to yourself, "So they kind of have their shit together, big deal! What does Whales and Leeches sound like?" because you're not reading this anymore. You've already started listening to the record, or you've decided you're more concerned with whether Bon Iver is still a thing or not. On the off chance that you're a college paper writer hungry for the red-hot scoop, here's some things to know about their new record that you should already be listening to and forming your own opinions about:

The record sounds very excellent and professional, you can tell that they've been practicing their instruments. Their songs sound more thought-out and trippier. Bryan and Aaron sound like they've gotten better at singing. Every song has a riff you like. Mike Scheidt from YOB sings on a song, so you're gonna like that. It sounds more mature, like good cheese or your Aunt Sharon. Do you want me to keep rubbing your ear crotch? Sorry, I'm kind of a tease! You're just going to have to take a few minutes to listen and let Red Fang's filthy hands take the wheel, then come up with your own adjectives and opinions. I think it's a great record and they're going to make folks proud. I hope they don't get all famous and stuck up and then the VH1 special and, oh Christ.

When reflecting on what the future might hold for Red Fang, I think drummer John Sherman slurred it best: "wchhy are yooo solllannngmm? Let's maake ths sitchoo-ashun AWESome!" You said it, John. This is definitely the year for Red Fang.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-30 17:27:30 Reply

At 8/26/13 12:58 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
Their first album, Oracles is an absolute masterpiece of modern death metal. It mixes tech death with classical elements.

Their second album, Agony... was kind of boring... a step back... It focuses way too much on orchestration, and by orchestration I mean keys... a lot of them, and not much memorable guitar riffs...

Checked them out. I have to say you are 100% correct on Oracles. Absolutely incredible, as soon as I pushed play I was impressed. I had to listen to the whole album in one setting and was not disapointed at all, its practicly flawless.

Then Agony started, I listened for awhile and it just got duller and duller and I had to stop. Its a real shame honestly I dont know why they got I donno the word "weaker" I guess?

Regardless I love this band or at least Oracles lol


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-30 21:37:51 Reply

I feel like I'm the only person here thats like SUPER psyched for the new Red Fang album.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-08-30 21:50:31 Reply

At 8/30/13 09:37 PM, Viper50 wrote: I feel like I'm the only person here thats like SUPER psyched for the new Red Fang album.

Fuck. I accidentally hit Post before I finished what I was going to say.

I was going to say
"I feel like I'm the only person here thats like SUPER psyched for the new Red Fang album.
I mean they're getting fucking Mike Scheidt from YOB to contribute to the album. And thats just awesome! Haha look at me acting like a little "Red Fang fanboy"."


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-01 00:27:43 Reply

At 8/30/13 05:27 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote: Checked them out. I have to say you are 100% correct on Oracles. Absolutely incredible, as soon as I pushed play I was impressed. I had to listen to the whole album in one setting and was not disapointed at all, its practicly flawless.

Oracles is absolutely phenomenal. Retrieving My Carcass is one of my all time favorites death metal tracks!

Then Agony started, I listened for awhile and it just got duller and duller and I had to stop. Its a real shame honestly I dont know why they got I donno the word "weaker" I guess?

Their guitars went to the shitter, and so did their unicity.

Regardless I love this band or at least Oracles lol

It was amazing for sure :)

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-01 17:19:08 Reply

Mafia was also a good album.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-02 02:04:11 Reply

At 9/1/13 05:19 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: Mafia was also a good album.

It's a weird album, if you ask me. It shows their interest of moving into a more symphonic brand of death metal while retaining some of the good elements of Oracles. It's good, but some parts feels, at least to me, like a cluster of different noises and sounds that doesn't necessarly feel right together. A little like their newest album Labyrinth, which seems to try to be both Oracles and Agony at the same time. I've tried listening to the album and felt that it was saturated... but not the Origin or Infernal Stronghold kind of "saturated" music. Just a "weird mix of ideas" saturated. I don't have better words to explain it right now. But bottom line... the album got really annoying to my ears really fast. Mafia is better as it seems to have kept a little more focus on the guitars, like they did with Oracles, but I don't think the tracks are in anyway as memorable as the tracks on Oracles.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-02 11:41:37 Reply

Stoned Jesus have released part one of a possible set of multiple "albums" worth of material that are going to be used as a type of fundraiser thing for their 3rd album. It's titled "The Seeds, Vol.1"
Long story short. They've kept a recorder with them since their first rehearsals with their new drummer and they have TONS of jams recorded on it. So they're slowly going to be releasing all of them in the form of more "Seeds" Volumes. Since they're all just jams they do not have names, they're just numbers.
If you want to check out "The Seeds, Vol. 1" you can listen to it on their bandcamp page.
It's actually pretty good for only being jams.
Here is the first track if you want to get an idea as to what it sounds like.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-03 18:09:24 Reply

So apparently High On Fire are releasing a new single on the 16th of next month titled "Slave The Hive".
They are going to be going on tour starting November 10th and every date they have lined up so far they're going to be playing with Kvelertak. And for certain dates they're going to be playing with either Doomriders, Windhand, or Pack Of Wolves.
Heres the full list (as of now) tour dates.

November 10 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade*
November 11 Asheville, NC Orange Peel*
November 15 New York, NY Webster Hall*
November 17 Montreal, QC Corona Theatre*
November 23 Sauget, IL Pop's*
(Hopefully I can go to this if its not 21+. I hate being 20 ._.)
November 27 Austin, TX Mohawk Outside^
November 29 Lawrence, KS Granada Theater%
(I'm considering seeing if I can go to this. As much as I'm okay with Doomriders, I prefer Windhand.)
December 2 Winnipeg, MB West End Cultural Centre%
December 4 Edmonton, MB Starlite Room%
December 5 Calgary, AB Republik%
December 7 Vancouver, BC Venue Vancouver%
December 8 Seattle, WA El Corazon%
December 9 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre%
December 12 Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre%
* w/ Doomriders
^ w/ Pack Of Wolves
% w/ Windhand


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-10 04:40:10 Reply

At 8/26/13 12:58 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: What do you guys think about the Death To All Tour?

I am going to it in Manchester. I am also seeing Finntroll and Limp Bizkit (supported by Necrogoblikon) in the immediate future. I am well psyched about the Death To All tour.

Alcest are the greatest band about at the moment imo

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At 9/10/13 04:40 AM, Earfetish wrote:
At 8/26/13 12:58 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: What do you guys think about the Death To All Tour?
I am going to it in Manchester. I am also seeing Finntroll and Limp Bizkit (supported by Necrogoblikon) in the immediate future. I am well psyched about the Death To All tour.

I'd love to see the guys of Cynic performing some Death tracks. It's kind of sad that they are the only ones on the tour this year...

And em... I didn't know Limp Bizkit still existed... and I don't understand how they are managing to get actual metal bands to tour with them. No offense, but I think LB was pretty just a fad that died in the 90's. A kind of mix of hard rock with a kind of agressive rap attitude mixed in the lot. Nowadays, I don't think there is still much people to argue that they are a part of the metal scene. It's not that their music is totaly void of interest, but IMO it didn't age very well.

Alcest are the greatest band about at the moment imo

Alcest are quite an amazing band, of course. My favorite album of theirs is their first full-lenght Souvenirs d'un Autre Monde. Do you like it?

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-10 05:35:14 Reply

At 9/10/13 05:14 AM, HeavenDuff wrote: I'd love to see the guys of Cynic performing some Death tracks. It's kind of sad that they are the only ones on the tour this year...

In Manchester, Obscura and Darkrise are supporting them. I know Chuck's not there but I was like 13 when he died so I never had the chance to see him anyway. This is as good as I'll ever get.


And em... I didn't know Limp Bizkit still existed... and I don't understand how they are managing to get actual metal bands to tour with them.

It's the Kerrang tour, and tickets are just £20 ($31). Loads of my friends are going and while Limp Bizkit are musically awful, they played a pivotal role in my evolution to a metalhead.

Alcest are the greatest band about at the moment imo
Alcest are quite an amazing band, of course. My favorite album of theirs is their first full-lenght Souvenirs d'un Autre Monde. Do you like it?

I absolutely adore it, and all of their albums. And Amesours and Les Discrets, Neige is a genius. I have got to listen to every band he has ever played in.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-10 05:38:42 Reply

Oh and talking about bands from the past touring at embarassingly low prices, Wheatus are also playing Manchester soon and tickets are just £14.75 ($31), compared to £16.50 for Finntroll and £16 for Nile. So Teenage Dirtbag now has less drawing power than Ramses Bringer of War. Which makes sense.

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At 9/10/13 05:35 AM, Earfetish wrote:
In Manchester, Obscura and Darkrise are supporting them. I know Chuck's not there but I was like 13 when he died so I never had the chance to see him anyway. This is as good as I'll ever get.

Oh, but that's not what I meant. I meant that the first DTA tour included something like 10 ex-members of Death and that they all took turns on stage, playing Death tracks. But this year, it's only the line-up of the Human album, with the tour guitarist of Cynic playing guitar and doing the vocals.

And I also think it's great that they are doing this. Some people have complained that it's not "the real Death", but like they said, this is as close as it will get to the real thing. And just like you, I was too young when Chuck died to ever see Death live. I think it's a great idea :)

It's the Kerrang tour, and tickets are just £20 ($31). Loads of my friends are going and while Limp Bizkit are musically awful, they played a pivotal role in my evolution to a metalhead.

What is the meaning of Kerrang?

I absolutely adore it, and all of their albums. And Amesours and Les Discrets, Neige is a genius. I have got to listen to every band he has ever played in.

Haha! Then pay a little visit to Peste Noire, but don't expect to find much of his personality in their music. Plus, Famine (the leader of Peste Noire) seems to hate Neige, at least that's what he shows in public. I still have to get myself some music by Amesoeurs and Les Discrets, myself.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-10 18:07:20 Reply

At 9/10/13 05:38 AM, Earfetish wrote: Oh and talking about bands from the past touring at embarassingly low prices, Wheatus are also playing Manchester soon and tickets are just £14.75 ($31), compared to £16.50 for Finntroll and £16 for Nile. So Teenage Dirtbag now has less drawing power than Ramses Bringer of War. Which makes sense.

Thats nothing. Saint Vitus and Pallbearer are going to be playing near here next month and tickets are only $15-20.


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At 9/10/13 06:07 PM, Viper50 wrote: Thats nothing. Saint Vitus and Pallbearer are going to be playing near here next month and tickets are only $15-20.

I think $15 is the lowest you can get. So low, I sometimes wonder how 3-4 bands of 3-5 musicians each manages to get any kind of money from these gigs...

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At 9/11/13 03:46 PM, HeavenDuff wrote: I think $15 is the lowest you can get. So low, I sometimes wonder how 3-4 bands of 3-5 musicians each manages to get any kind of money from these gigs...

Overpriced stuff at the merch table. And possibly charging to take pics with the band and/or getting autographs.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-11 22:48:22 Reply

The Sleeping Shaman has posted Audio Streams from this year's Roadburn Festival.
Included are streams for: Astra, Elder, Pallbearer, Spiritual Beggars, Witch Mountain, and more.
So check it out if you're interested I guess.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-14 04:08:31 Reply

Hello Metal people, it's been a while.
I would like to recommend a band if I may. The band is called Cult of Fire, and even though some of you may have heard of them before, they aren't widely known. Anyway... They are a Czech black metal band that I recently saw live at Beyond the Gates. I originally went to see Mgla (who were excellent even though I didn't get to see their whole show because it was getting difficult to breathe at the venue. Apparently they couldn't even play their whole set because the drummer experienced the same problem as I did), but after seeing Cult of Fire's live show, I bought their first (and so far only) LP which I have really enjoyed listening to since I got it. You can listen to them here (just scroll down a bit). Let me know what you guys think.

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-15 16:08:30 Reply

I wanna go to a concert D:


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-15 17:04:22 Reply

At 9/15/13 04:08 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote: I wanna go to a concert D:

Why don't you do so?

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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-15 17:30:50 Reply

At 9/15/13 05:04 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 9/15/13 04:08 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote: I wanna go to a concert D:
Why don't you do so?

Lol Im poor and I live in the middle of nowhere. I'd have to travel to Dallas or Houston for there to even be anything.


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Response to Metal Hell 2013-09-15 17:35:07 Reply

At 9/15/13 05:30 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote:
At 9/15/13 05:04 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 9/15/13 04:08 PM, Blackdoom13 wrote: I wanna go to a concert D:
Why don't you do so?
Lol Im poor and I live in the middle of nowhere. I'd have to travel to Dallas or Houston for there to even be anything.

I'm poor and live in the middle of nowhere, and I have to travel if I want to see a band play.
And I've already seen Alice Cooper/Marilyn Manson AND Black Sabbath so far this year.


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At 9/15/13 05:35 PM, Viper50 wrote: I'm poor and live in the middle of nowhere, and I have to travel if I want to see a band play.
And I've already seen Alice Cooper/Marilyn Manson

If you're going to see shitty bands, better stay home >:(

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At 9/15/13 05:35 PM, Viper50 wrote: I'm poor and live in the middle of nowhere, and I have to travel if I want to see a band play.
And I've already seen Alice Cooper/Marilyn Manson AND Black Sabbath so far this year.

Well good for you. I just cant now. Got car payments and shit nowadays.

Suck balls but thats life.


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