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So What's good in METAL these days?

rich
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Posted : Jan 29, 2011 01:22
^ Rad! Helmet is coming here to SF next month. Looking forward to that. Saw Shellac and just blown away by them. Steve and bass player had custom made amps built by this woman in the midwest in her kitchen. nothing but a big red on/off button on them. Were you guys able to get that scratchy metallic guitar sound he had?
Saw GvsB as well, who just tore the place up.
I was also heavily into Karp as well as the early 'emo' bands like Unwound and Jawbreaker, but I always opted for the heavier sounds of Karp, Helmet, Melvins and Neurosis. Ahh, the 90s. Little did I know it was setting me up for trance haha. Never would have thought.

Nectarios
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Posted : Jan 29, 2011 14:40
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On 2011-01-29 01:22, rich wrote:
^ Rad! Helmet is coming here to SF next month. Looking forward to that. Saw Shellac and just blown away by them. Steve and bass player had custom made amps built by this woman in the midwest in her kitchen. nothing but a big red on/off button on them.


I heard that they were custom built by some dude in Russia that never made the same ones for anyone else!
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On 2011-01-29 01:22, rich wrote:
Were you guys able to get that scratchy metallic guitar sound he had?


Nope
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On 2011-01-29 01:22, rich wrote:
Ahh, the 90s. Little did I know it was setting me up for trance haha. Never would have thought.


I started going to parties and buying Psy-trance records in 1994...and although I did play in "rock" bands, loved every Page Hamilton riff...etc, I also went to psy-trance parties. The major out door parties in Athens were in the northern suburbs/mountains that was were I grew up, 20 mints drive from my house.
So the "rave" experience came early in my life. Funny thing is I still play riffs from In The Meantime and Betty, and still go to trance parties ... I have not matured that much in the last...17 years

Peace out.
          
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Posted : Feb 20, 2011 13:48
I'm a big, big fan of Rosetta. Before I discovered their music, I didn't like grunting (or metal in general) all that much; too poppy and/or too theatrical, etc.

Then I heard their album. Totally blew my mind.

They describe their music as "metal for astronauts".           My FaceBook psychedelic techno page, with news, videos, DJ sets and free releases:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Psychedelic-Techno/112922275431710
TimeTraveller
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Posted : Sep 15, 2011 18:03










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V3NOM
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Posted : Sep 20, 2011 05:14
Really enjoying Opeth's new style:





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Bodhisattva
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Posted : Sep 20, 2011 13:28
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On 2011-09-20 05:14, V3NOM wrote:
Really enjoying Opeth's new style:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1pi7Dn87mY




Me too. Waiting for the album to arrive in the mail. My favorite by them is 'Damnation'.

CHeers

Bodhisattva
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Posted : Sep 20, 2011 13:35

Not new, but good nevertheless:

Spent a lot of winter nights with this album.




















Nomad Moon
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Posted : Oct 7, 2011 16:47
Haven't read the whole thread but did anyone mention Overkill, my favourite one, i kinda left heavy metal cos of the lyrics, mainly they had nothing to say, apart from some bands, Overkill atleast said something a bit deeper and from the inside, or else you're Slayer and you describe having sex with a dead person with a perfection that makes you feel sick







To ilustrate the lyrics





V3NOM
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Posted : Oct 8, 2011 06:59
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On 2011-09-20 13:28, Bodhisattva wrote:
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On 2011-09-20 05:14, V3NOM wrote:
Really enjoying Opeth's new style:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1pi7Dn87mY




Me too. Waiting for the album to arrive in the mail. My favorite by them is 'Damnation'.

CHeers





Yeah although I have a large collection of heavy metal there's only a few bands I listen to anymore.

Behemoth (Demigod, The Apostasy and Evangelion when they managed to finally realize their potential and turn it into great sound).

Fear Factory (only Demanufacture & Mechanize)

Immortal - Awesome black metal, and I like the fact that they don't push the satanic aspect that hard.

Man Must Die (their second and third albums are some of the best technical death metal, also very much like their message).

Napalm Death (amazing music, once you get into it. I know they're not for everyone).

Obscura (extremely wanked out but awesome technical death metal).

Opeth - (I have everything from Still Life on, just found The Candlelight Years boxset really cheap new with free postage so ordered a copy *yay*)

Watain - really love their last two albums, some amazing black metal.           I hate you, you hate me, we are all so hap hap happy!
kin beat
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Posted : Oct 12, 2011 05:59
To this day I haven´t come across a band that nailed it so well as they did for me and every since 1998 seriously rocked on to me!





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V3NOM
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Posted : Oct 13, 2011 06:56
new Napalm Death

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OzMike
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Posted : Feb 23, 2012 13:47
There are new albums by Fear Factory, Meshugga and Napalm Death on the way this year. Also for technical death metal I suggest checking out the new album by Aussie band Psycroptic. For standard death metal Cannibal Corpse have a new album coming out as well. For the extreme black style Swedish band Marduk should have something out this year to.

Looks to be better than 2011!!
Yidam
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Posted : Mar 1, 2012 09:16
Am an ignoramus when it comes to this music but there are is a band from Kolkata that puts on a damn good show...

http://www.reverbnation.com/chronicxorn

OzMike
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Posted : May 4, 2012 03:56
Having had time to listen properly:

Meshuggah - "Koloss" is a masterpiece. Heavy as all hell, they manage to take their absolute extreme style of math metal to a level of power & thundering destruction. More organic & less machine like than previous album Obzen.

Cannibal Corpse - "Torture" actually surprised me in that the band have dropped a lot of the technical wankery that plagued their last albums & have made a really musically solid brutal death metal album. The bass guitar is mixed really well for metal, adds to the music & is heard clearly.

Both are must haves for sure           Revisiting the past.
Ellon
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Posted : May 15, 2012 19:01
unforgettable concert....











          
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