Thread: [Music] Metal

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    Update from Masterplan (if anyone cares) - New album to be released in January 2013.

    I am quite excited about it, how about you guys?? And a song from them:



    I just happen to really enjoy Jørn's vocals.
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    Easter, IMDOINITRITE?


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    Finally got off my rear and upped two 'videos' to Youtube.


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    Great. Keep uploading more there, much easier to find that way

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    Was hoping to do a real video for one of the tracks - much more fun than Youtube screwing up a great looking picture and staring at the same cruddy thing for 7 minutes.

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    Here's a group of asskicking women that deserve more attention!


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    It's underrated, but in my opinion - one of the best metal bands ever.


    I also love System of a Down, Nightwish, Rammstein, Serj Tankian, Marilyn Manson, Vader, etc. ;

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    Brand new Be'Lakor song off their upcoming album.



    Song is definitely embracing the prog. I sort of liked it, but I sort of feel like they're at their strongest when they play a more Insomnium' Above the Weeping World - influenced style. I'm hoping the album is dark as fuck.
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    My favourite bands are

    soilwork stabbing the drama http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z83vu-TRF6Y

    korn narcassitic cannibal http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqG3v8YEzKo&feature=fvst

    36 crazyfists http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzX9C9JBagI

    five finger death punch - burn it down http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gROfnYCSBhw

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    Some quality Power Metal



    Underrated awesomeness

    By MY hand, your slack shall be extinguished, eternally banished from this realm.

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    Some shredding Black/Death Metal

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    Prefer the Reclaim EP still, tbh. My favourite release by them.


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    Looking back at the videos linked on this page - I only recognized Rob Halford and System of a Down

    The metal I love is back from the 70s/80s - Scorpions, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falbacca View Post
    Looking back at the videos linked on this page - I only recognized Rob Halford and System of a Down

    The metal I love is back from the 70s/80s - Scorpions, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, etc.
    Okay, this one's for you then:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duilliath View Post
    Okay, this one's for you then:
    For some reason I found this hilarious.

    Some crushing stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kreyzor View Post
    For some reason I found this hilarious.

    Some crushing stuff
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWnd4...feature=relmfu
    I'm a big fan of the new "old school" death metal resurgence. Bands like Dead Congregation, Crucianmentum, Disma, Ignivomous, and Repugnant are really giving the old DM bands a run for their money. I know people say that it's often just Incantation worship, which is true to some extent, but when you play the way they do and have some complex, killer composition it really shouldn't matter.
    Last edited by nektar; 2012-04-15 at 08:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nektar View Post
    I'm a big fan of the new "old school" death metal resurgence. Bands like Dead Congregation, Crucianmentum, Disma, Ignivomous, and Repugnant are really giving the old DM bands a run for their money. I know people say that it's often just Incantation worship, which is true to some extent, but when you play the way they do and have some complex, killer composition it really shouldn't matter.
    Sadly I haven't heard of a couple you mentioned, but after checking them out I'm glad you did. And I so agree with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nektar View Post
    I'm a big fan of the new "old school" death metal resurgence. Bands like Dead Congregation, Crucianmentum, Disma, Ignivomous, and Repugnant are really giving the old DM bands a run for their money. I know people say that it's often just Incantation worship, which is true to some extent, but when you play the way they do and have some complex, killer composition it really shouldn't matter.
    Older styles aren't forever solidified in history. In fact, I'm noticing somewhat of a resurgence of older styles in music as a whole right now. Aside from what you're mentioned - Hardcore, Post-Hardcore and Emo bands are also hearkening back to styles that were more common in the early 90's.

    Well, at least the ones that aren't RADIO SINGLES HOLY SHIT VEVO TIME bands.
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