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Old 09-04-08, 10:24 PM   #51
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On a related metal note, I am going with my brother to see the might Carcass on Saturday September 6th in New York. I have been a long time Carcass fan so this should be cool. Dying Fetus will be opening all with Necrophagist (both I have not seen but do like somewhat).
Been waiting for this one for a while...
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Old 09-04-08, 11:51 PM   #52
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Even though I don't particularly like Shadows Fall, they are good for ONE thing, and that's I know quite a few people who used them the same way.

Because of them they wanted to find something better, and found stuff they wouldn't even dream that they'd like.
You guys make a great point. I think Killswitch served a similar purpose for me. As you become accustomed to more growling and screaming, heavier riffs, etc. you slowly progress toward full-on brutal assault-type metal. If you'd have told me I'd be listening to All Shall Perish or Slipknot two years ago I'd have laughed.

Weird, huh?

I might also add that I'm very happy to have created this thread. I didn't realize there were so many metal heads here at DVD Talk, and I love hearing about bands (new and old) from you guys!
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You guys make a great point. I think Killswitch served a similar purpose for me. As you become accustomed to more growling and screaming, heavier riffs, etc. you slowly progress toward full-on brutal assault-type metal. If you'd have told me I'd be listening to All Shall Perish or Slipknot two years ago I'd have laughed.

Weird, huh?

I might also add that I'm very happy to have created this thread. I didn't realize there were so many metal heads here at DVD Talk, and I love hearing about bands (new and old) from you guys!
I'll agree, i used to hate screaming and growling, cause i tuned into headbangers ball the first or second night of its re emergance, and couldn't get into that style. I guess it was right timing when i first heard lamb of god on 98 rock, cause at that time i was kind of getting sick and tired of the bland nu metal stuff like chevelle, breaking benjamin, trapt. The major bands i listen to most are log, All that Remains, Walls of Jericho, Chimaira, cannibal corpse, and dying fetus. now I've even started listening to deathcore stuff like winds of plague, all shall perish and as blood runs black, and 5 years ago, if someone told me i'd be listening to that, like you, i would have prob laughed. Its also nice to go to shows and see that there are alot of fans out there of this type of music.

anyways, any fans of a band called Arsonists Get All the Girls? I have them on my mp3 player since their song Shoeshine for Neptume. I'm def gonna have to check more of them out. Kind of has a deathcore vibe, with keyboards, and a bit of Between the Buried and Me style guitar harmonies.
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Old 09-05-08, 06:00 AM   #54
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I usually can't get into the "cookie monster" bands, but for some reason, White Chapel is hitting the mark with me.
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Old 09-05-08, 06:37 AM   #55
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right now my fav band is 36 Crazyfists.. they're more of a screamo band... but a fantastic one. i also like killswitch engage, all that remains, in flames, machinehead, slipknot, demon hunter,

i get to see 36cf/all that remains/trivium on wednesday in st pete flrida. i'm stoked that 3 of my fav bands are touring this winter.in flames/36crazyfists/all that remains. dec 2 cant come soon enough.
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Old 09-05-08, 09:30 AM   #56
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right now my fav band is 36 Crazyfists.. they're more of a screamo band... but a fantastic one. i also like killswitch engage, all that remains, in flames, machinehead, slipknot, demon hunter,

i get to see 36cf/all that remains/trivium on wednesday in st pete flrida. i'm stoked that 3 of my fav bands are touring this winter.in flames/36crazyfists/all that remains. dec 2 cant come soon enough.
36 Crazyfists...love the first album by them and enjoyed the second one too. The others, not so much.
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Old 09-05-08, 01:47 PM   #57
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All have different volumes, so you may want to have the volume controls handy.

Hypocrisy - Virus - Warpath


Heaven Shall Burn - Antigone - The Weapon They Fear
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Sybreed - Slave Design - Re Evolution
(live video with album audio)


Nightrage - Descent Into Chaos - Phantasma


Devin Townsend Band - Synchestra - Vampira


Witchery - Restless & Dead - Restless & Dead

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Old 09-05-08, 01:59 PM   #58
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Nocturnal Breed has been kicking my ass for the past couple hours.

Their latest album "Fields of Rot" is just sick. They're Thrash with Black-style vocals. Shredding is phenomenal, the vocalist is just vicious.

The entire album is available to listen on their myspace. (myspace.com/nocturnalbreed)

Most recommended songs are "Wicked, Vicious & Violent", "Manskinner", "Fields of Rot" .. Hell, the whole album.
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Old 09-05-08, 02:11 PM   #59
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Yeah, Witchery are pretty good. "Symphony for the Devil" was pretty weak, but I think they made up for it with "Don't Fear The Reaper".. Some of the tracks have a little too much Arch Enemy worship, but I can forgive that. Well, I can try.
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Volbeat, anyone like them? A friend of mine suggested them because they were off the wall. Best way I can describe it is "rock-a-billy metal". I grabbed a few songs off of iTunes and it is actually kind of cool.

Also, Mnemic, how about them? They are different then a lot of stuff and their second album used this "surround sound"* technology, which is kind of cool. Haven't listened to their latest (they changed vocalists), but the first two are killer.

*http://www.am3d.com/
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I assume most everyone here has seen Metal: A Headbangers Journey. What did yall think of it. Also, it was sort of mentioned above, but if you have checked out Brian Posehn "Metal by Numbers," check it out
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I assume most everyone here has seen Metal: A Headbangers Journey. What did yall think of it. Also, it was sort of mentioned above, but if you have checked out Brian Posehn "Metal by Numbers," check it out
I thought it was pretty good. I would have preferred more depth into black/death metal, but that's just me. A lot of grindcore, nu-metal, and power metal doesn't do anything for me.
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I thought it was pretty good. I would have preferred more depth into black/death metal, but that's just me. A lot of grindcore, nu-metal, and power metal doesn't do anything for me.
There's an entire section on norwegean black metal in the extras section.
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Old 09-05-08, 04:57 PM   #64
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also here's some fav. clips from youtube
bodom guitar duel



Dissection - Thorns of Crimson Death



Dissection - Retribution - Storm of Light's Bane




Max Kolesne (drummer of Krisiun) on an electronic kit





Ancient - Willothewisp (drummer/singer from my area and was in a few local bands with friends of mine)

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Emperor - The Loss and Curse of Reverence





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Here's one of my favorites, ultra low growly vocals, but still very melodic:



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Anaal Nathrakh- When the lion devours both dragon and child


Funeral Mist - Across the Qliphoth


Nortt- Af Døde


Theatre of Tragedy - A Hamlet For A Slothful Vassal (their older stuff was great)
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Wintersun - Beyond the dark sun
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Old 09-05-08, 09:20 PM   #68
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Nice. Some terrific videos being put up.

More people need to become fans of Nortt. Those guys are sick. "Ligfaerd" is such an awesome album. Plus, kudos on the Anaal Nathrakh video, another terrific album.

Throughout all this excitement.. I almost forgot to mention the obvious.. I'm new. I've been reading these boards for years and figured it was about friggin time I joined.
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I didn't make this list, but here's a list of the major metal albums out in september
sept 2
Trivium Down From The Sky single
Toxic Holocaust
into eternity new album
sept 9
brian "head" welsh save me from myself cd
iced earth something wicked part 2
sept 16
metallica death magnetic
avenged sevenfold dvd and cd
ALL THAT REMAINS OVERCOME
all shall perish awaken the dreamers
Obituary left to die ep

nothing really on the 23

then the 30th

Amon Amarth - Twilight Of The Thunder God (Metal Blade)
Bison B.C. - Quiet Earth (Metal Blade)
Bleeding Through - Declaration (Trustkill)
Call To Preserve - From Isolation (Facedown)
Dungen - 4 (Kemado)
Energy - Invasions Of The Mind (Bridge Nine)
Hollow Corp. - Cloister Of Radiance (Prosthetic)
In This Moment - The Dream (Century Media)
Jeff Loomis - Zero Order Phase (Century Media)
Johnny Truant - No Tears For The Creatures (Ferret Music)
Megadeth - Anthology: Set The World Afire (2-CD) (Capitol/EMI)
Meshuggah - Chaosphere (Reloaded) (Nuclear Blast)
Meshuggah - Contradictions Collapse (Reloaded) (Nuclear Blast)
Misery Index - Traitors (Relapse)
Neal Morse - Lifeline (Metal Blade)
Sourvein - Imperial Bastard (Candlelight)
Textures - Silhouettes (Listenable)
The Plasmarfile - While You Were Sleeping The World Changed In An Instant (Siege Of Amida/Ferret Music)
Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman - The Fabled City (Epic)
Trivium - Shogun (Roadrunner)
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More people need to become fans of Nortt. Those guys are sick.
Actually it is only one guy. Nortt is one of my favorites, some of the darkest and slowest funeral doom ever..
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Here are a couple of my latest favorites to add to the mix:

Nachtmystium - Assassins



Wolves in the Throne Room - Vastness and Sorrow (so long it needs 2 vids)




Ulver - I Troldskog Faren Vild



Agalloch - Our Fortress is Burning Part II: Bloodbirds

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Nargaroth - The Day Burzum Killed Mayhem



Negura Bunget - Cunoasterea Tacuta



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I came across this the other day and thought it was pretty good:



Kamelot - March of Mephisto
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My top ten list thus far, will def subject to change (new metallica might be top 5
1.All Shall Perish "Awaken the Dreamers"
2.Origin "Antishesis"
3.Slipknot "All Hope Is Gone"
4.Walls of Jericho "The American Dream"
5.Opeth "Watershed"
6.Bleeding Through "Declaration"
7.Nachtmystium "Assassins: Black Meddle Part One"
8.Protest the Hero "Fortress"
9.Winds of Plague "Decimate The Weak"
10.Fairwell to Freeway "Definitions"
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