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Old thread >>49366196

Metal General

Downloads / Hype lists / Death Metal archive: http://pastebin.com/zHeLWzf1

Discuss and share metal in whichever form you like.
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SUOMI FINLAND PERKELE
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EId3v2sX3k4

just found this recently, some kick ass shit
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Xth for Babymetal
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>>49387165
BABYMETAL is pure consumer garbage. They replace the complex compositional structure of true thinking man's metal with rock structures and simple 3-chord progressions and the melodic content of simple pop (populist) music, to give the listener a water-down product that they can listen to and feel like they have listened to metal without having to ever challenge their minds with the rich and challenging content of true intellectual, thinking man's music. BABYMETAL are filth for plebian false metal fans, who bastardize the Hessian lifestyle and make a mockery of the thinking man's music and Hessian lifestyle. You dance in the halls of the temple real metalheads like myself built.
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post live song faggots
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1Ia8YvTiSc
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>>49387083
Sounds like a DT / ATG hybrid. I like it.
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>>49387408
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Lya_1GxhQ
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Updated. Still have to listen to RTTN and Roots over Kentucky and Aura but that's for later. More suggestions?
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>>49387408
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il2bdL_1XpE
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>>49387919
Interesting to see Vintersorg on there. I really like his album Visions From The Spiral Generator but that has nothing to do with folk whatsoever, it's straight up prog metal
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>>49387919
>Roots is better. Don't you add Aura.
>RTTN is better. Don't you add Kentucky.
>adds Aura and Kentucky
You motherfucker.
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>>49388069
Yeah. You should check out Till Fjälls if you haven't yet. He's also got a side project called Otyg which is more folky, but I think the Vintersorg project is better.
>>49388071
They're the two more popular albums, and I did say I'll still listen to them.
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>>49387919
>10th century Scandinavia
If Primordial would see you added them to this column...
Also still no Isengard. Come on man, gotta do it for our lord and saviour Fenriz.
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>>49388150
I'm sure they've left Ireland and battled in Scandinavia if they lived in the 10th century.

As for Isengard, the production is just so terrible. Ugh.
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>>49388171
Problem solved if you chage it to "Northern Europe" or just Europe. Irish folk is quite distinct from Norse.
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>>49388235
Yeah, that makes sense.
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>>49387919
I gave it a listen and from the starting three albums, I like Bathory the most, where do I go from there?
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>>49388248
Also is Smallman REALLY folk? What I heard from it it was just prog man.
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>>49387314
u wot m8
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20th for metal if for children
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>>49388291
Clearly the column that has Bathory in it?
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>>49388291
Start by checking out the fourth line. There's another Bathory album there with a bunch of stuff that should be fairly similar.
>>49388295
The bagpipes definitely make it folk.
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>>49387919
i just realiszed you missed one of the best folk albums there is. Go listen to pic related and add it!
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>>49387919
>>49388316
On that matter, swap Grai and Arkona's places, since Arkona is at the top as well.
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>>49387919
What's your favorite Agalloch album except The Mantle (if that is it)?
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>>49388331
Weird, I have their music downloaded but last.fm says that I haven't listened to it yet. Doing so now.
>>49388341
Fixed.
>>49388366
It's The Mantle, then AATG. I think my current favourite Agalloch output is their The White EP though.
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>>49387314

Is this the new pasta?

Where's the deafheaven one i liked that one better

Anyway, holy shit is pic related great.

Anything similar to this or Negative Plane? It's really South-American sounding, cant quite put my finger on it.

Dripping with atmosphere
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>>49388331
I AM WHAT I ALWAYS WAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAA
AAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
AAAAAAAAAAAS
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>>49388331
Just 3 minutes in but the happy accordeon feels so out of place in an otherwise very Moonsorrowesque environment.
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>>49388310
it absolutely DISGUSTS me that bands like BABYMETAL would DARE to call themselves metal. They are little more than metalcore with superficial elements of metal tacked on. I suspect that at some point, perhaps, they have heard a CD by the legendary INCANTATION or BEHERIT and felt that they could latch on to some of the more easily executed parts of their music to perhaps garner a response from the true metal fans among us, but any truly enlightened extreme metal fan would not fall for such foolishness. their riffs show no true knowledge of music theory and its application in extreme metal, and fails to harken back to the works of such great composers like Beethoven and Mozart, who are the true originators and spiritual predecessors to extreme metal in its true form. do not listen to such bands, as they bastardize the one truly enlightened form of music that exists and they make a mockery of the Hessian lifestyle. You dance in the halls of the temple real metalheads like myself built.
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>>49388478
incantation? more like menstruation
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>>49388544
One day perhaps even an ignoramus like you will gain the insight to walk within the house that which our metal forefathers worked to build with their own two hands in the vast musical wilderness. Until then you may continue your open chugs, like a primitive, unenlightened brute, never understanding the vast fountain of knowledge and wisdom that flows forth from a rich vocabulary of technique and theory and the Hessian lifestyle.
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I can tolerate the accordeon no more. Goodbye world.
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i was worried this would be entombed-worshiping moshpit chugfest metalcore

but the album stream is out and HOLY FUCK THE SLUDGE
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>>49388461
yeah thats kinda their thing, but i always saw them more as a heavier turisas than in the vein of moonsorrow. doesn't seem too out of place to me.
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>>49388599
Why do you spell accordion like that
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Some minor changes. Added two recommendations from my personal perspective on all subcategories. Not sure if I want to stick with that or not.
>>49388674
I see. I disagree but respect your opinion. If there's more people that share it I'll see if I can make room for it.
>>49388724
I just realized that it's spelled accordion in English and accordeon in Dutch. The more you learn.
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Alright, let's try this again: albums that are rarely talked about, but when they are, they invariably get praised as masterpieces? Pic related, of course.
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>>49388618

I guess I gotta give this a listen eventually. I am King and Dreams in Inertia were shit songs though.
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For some reason this reminds me of Dark Tranquillity but if they played post-black metal.
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>>49388784
Have you considered Falls of Rauros for the snow-covered forest part? Or do you just not like them?
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>>49388933
I actually like them but I'm not sure they're truly "folk" enough.
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>>49388787
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>>49388950
Then again, I do have Drudkh on there.
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>>49388784
Is there progressive folk metal?
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Real talk: Is this folk?
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>>49388618
>>49388789
they released the shit songs first. rest seems alright.

there's a lot of Disembodied/Holy Terror worship going on, but it's like

it scratches the right itches instead of just sounding like a tribute band

stylistically it's a lot closer to the Cycles EP/their split with Full of Hell than Love Is Love.

solid 8/10 on my first listen through

>mfw Starve
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>>49389033
where do you see folky elements in there?
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>>49388978
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>>49389032
Virrasztók is Industrial Psychedelic Folk Metal which I'd consider pretty progressive. Weeping the Black is great Italian Prog Folk Metal but they've only released a demo so far. Smallman is progressive, Acyl is pretty progressive too. Ashtar is a more conventional kind of progressive metal with folk elements, you might like them.
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>>49389033
No, but they do have some awesome art in the gatefold LP.
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Sleep will never be as good as this again.
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>>49389084
>Industrial Psychedelic Folk Metal
Holy shit I gotta get me some of this, judging by their name they seem to be fellow Magyars too.
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>>49389118
Don't be too excited, they don't execute it all too well, but even the attempt itself is pretty awesome. Definitely something else.
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>>49389094
Pretty awesome. I've ordered the new Moss LP, will se if they still have good art too.
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Anyone can recommend me an Ambient inspired metal band?
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>>49389184
Summoning is the obvious "ambient" choice, but I'm not sure if that's what you mean by "Ambient inspired".
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>>49389184
what kind of ambient
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>>49388784
>bathory
>moonsorrow
>agalloch
>bathory
>editor's choice
You can safely remove those tags.
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>>49389073

They are pretty all over the place.

Wouldn't this song be folk by definition?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkiM0YgPf5U
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>>49389258
Yeah, I figure people will check them out anyway. I'll limit it to the ones that aren't obvious picks.
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>>49389209
Forget about "Ambient inspired".

I'm looking for a band like Summoning.
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>>49389306
oh. wew

try saor
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>>49389306
Caladan Brood, Elffor, Saor... Then again, late Summoning != early Summoning
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>>49389153
There are like 12 pages in total, not all this detailed. I should scan them or some shit. Could make some nice wallpapers.
Here is a shitty photo, gotta find my broken printer for its scanner to get this shit copied properly now.
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>>49386962
Has anyone found a copy of Gust's new S/T floating around on the net yet?
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>>49389389
>>49389349
Thank you guys. I'll check them out.
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>>49389413
I'm fine, it's ordered and coming for me.
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What black metal band has the most consistently good discography? Preferably folk or atmoshit
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>>49389472
Moonsorrow.
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>>49389413

I really should try and track that down on vinyl.
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>>49389472
Deafheaven.
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>>49389261
It definitely has folk influences in it yes, but it's still mostly black metal especially the drums. Folkened Black Metal maybe?
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>>49389454
>>49389485
Bad news, the quality of the regular black version IBP172 sounds awful.
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>>49389495
this
no single bad song
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>>49389504
It's for the collection. The FLAC download should be enough, right?
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>>49389472
WitTR
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>>49389524
Ah yes, so is mine. Watch out for your rotational velocidensity.
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>>49389504

Confession: I purchase vinyl for the art and the satisfaction of owning the music I like, not for listening purposes.

>>49389500

I'd put it on similar terms with Melechesh at least.
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>>49389562
I use FLAC in order to use glorious Opus on my PMP.
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>>49389472
Primordial
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Who's into Krallice?
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>>49389472
Altar of Plagues
>>49389495
Couple weak tracks early, and this new one is a low point too.
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>>49389482
Not black enough to qualify for the genre.
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>>49389813
Really? They're pretty black.
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>>49389482
Will listen. A little put off by their 'image' though.
>>49389495
Not an impressive feat considering their very small discography.
>>49389527
I could see that.
>>49389787
Have only listened to White Tomb but I loved it so I guess I will look into their discography.
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>>49389841
What you don't like Moonsorrow's pagan hobo image?
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Hey, Arty

>>49389261
>>49389033
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>>49389857
>cheesy abomination of a logo
>finnish (idk i guess im racist)
>'so scandinavian'
>listed as viking metal
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>>49387919
Add Nokturnal Mortum to your collection, Voice of Steel album is a must to listen for everyone
that likes epic and melodic folk metal.
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>>49389909
>Suomi Finland Perkele
>Scandinavian

u wot
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>>49389973
Oh shit, yeah, this. Totally forgot.

>>49389834
Blackened, but clearly primarily folk metal.
Like Behemoth.
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>Folk metal
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>>49389576
Same here.
>>49389705
Here. Diotima and Years Past Matter are some of my favourite black metal albums of the last few years
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>>49390106
I'm trying to get into the Krallice anon, can you recommend me any songs from them?
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>>49390169
1. you should always listen to whole albums
2. Krallice has a simple rule: hte last song is the best song.
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>>49387314
>>49388478
>>49388593
lol
>DONT LIKE THOSE SOUNDS BECAUSE THEY DONT SOUND LIKE THE SOUNDS THAT I LIKE!
if all you listen to is metal and are older than 20 then you need to reevaluate your life and set higher standards for yourself
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>>49390247
Holy shit did you seriously fall for such easy b8?
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Does anyone know from what song/band this scene where Lucy Liu starts screaming GET OUT, GET OUT is used as a sample? I swear to god that I heard this shit used as a sample in a song, don't know if it's metal related or not but I'm pretty sure I heard it recently. It's bugging me for a while... Sorry for posting it here, didn't want to make a thread for it.

Here's the part where the sample I meant comes from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4dMj1w2sAo#t=314
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>>49389864
I'll check it out later.
>>49389973
I've got issues with the whole NS thing they've got going. inb4 /pol/ breaks loose
>>49390015
Dude, they're clearly black. Just look at them.
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>>49389576
>>49390106
That's a shame. It might sound cheesy, but listening to vinyl changed the way i enjoy music. It sounds so great with the more ambient and atmospherical stuff. Pic related sounds so much better on vinyl than digital.
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>>49389108

Alas my friend ( or whoever you are )
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>>49386962
>Evenoire

Saw them live at Fosch Fest. Nothing special.
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>>49390428
I can't speak for their live performance but the albums are great.
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>>49390359
This particular album has no connection to NS, their previous stuff was more of a folk/NSBM mix. At least give it a try, melody is
fucking epic, Valkyrie and Ukraine are my favourite songs from this album.
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>tfw I prioritize production and aesthetics over actual music in black metal
tell me how shit I am
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>>49390169
Just listen to Years Past Matter entirely.
https://mega.co.nz/#!4YpCyRpb!a3vtcy_lHCBWzR3VqOpsCcYS2UD6hIVSwItz8fQns5k
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>>49390359
You should give their music a try. I listen to a lot of bands I disagree with on some level, you just gotta let the music entrance you.
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>>49390523
Unless they actually renounced that stuff I'd still rather not.
>>49390570
I'm fine with disagreeing with bands' personal convictions to some degree, but not to the "millions of people should die for things they were born as" degree. Won't be responding to any more of this as I don't want to derail the thread into /pol/ territory.
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>>49390544
I'm assuming you think X band is better than another because of having shit production and kvlt aesthetics.
You should try to listen to stuff outside of black metal, then return to it, and see how it goes.
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>>49390612
It's a good musical album. Varg hates jews as well, no one cares. No reason to exclude it from a recommendation chart.
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>>49390764
I listen to a lot more metal than just Black Metal. Also I didn't say that I prefer the shit production. If the production fits well with the aesthetic then I like it. Also the production can be too shit. For example I love Transilvanian Hunger but I hate Two Hunters, because the production is ear-piercing in a bad way.
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>>49390852
>no one cares
are you literally oblivious to the fact that Burzum would have double the fans if it wasn't for the beliefs of Varg
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I'm in a psych class and we have to write a research paper on mental illness in any form of media we want. I wanna write something on DSBM but I need some help with some things. If you could answer these questions, I'd appreciate it:

>What/who are some prominent DSBM bands or projects?

>What lyrical themes exemplify DSBM?

>What defines DSBM musically? (What makes DSBM different from BM)

>What is attractive/enjoyable about DSBM?

>Do you view DSBM as a positive or negative influence?

>What possibly motivates musicians to write DSBM?

>Are you drawn to DSBM because you are depressed and/or suicidal, or for other related reasons?
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>>49390247
You are just another trend-hopster (aka hipster) who enjoys listening to tremolo-picked indie chords which creates a "bittersweet" effect that appeals to emotion like your average McDonald's-approved mall muzak and shows no knowledge of music theory and technique and intellectual, thinking man's, Hessian lifestyle content. Rather than listening to intellectually profound metal like AUTOPSY or DISSECTION, you'd rather listen to lyrics that sound like some egocentric Hot Topic "I'm so dark, bruh" high schooler wrote them because he feels life somehow wronged him because some bitch has a bigger house than him. This does nothing but spit in the faces of our metal forefathers such as PAGANINI, STRAVINSKY, BACH and cheapens the metal culture and does nothing but mock the Hessian lifestyle and the thinking man's music. Do yourself a favour; stop listening to metal (or pretending to), otherwise known as the thinking man's music and go buy yourself a few Nirvana albums. At least that way you can listen to insincere whine rock in it's original form and not as black metal-flavoured garbage you listen to now that doesn't challenge the listener the way true thinking man's metal challenges the minds of those who subscribe to the Hessian lifestyle.
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>>49390169
Read this
>>49390226

This is true for everything Krallice.
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>>49391114
made me kek/10
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>>49390054
There's some good folk metal, mostly laced with black elements.
90% os folk metal is total shit though.
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kjpLPKsGFg

It's a rather nice mix of breakneck power violence and dissonant black metal.
And its free if you wish on their bandcamp if you're not inclined to pay for these things
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>>49391091
>What lyrical themes exemplify DSBM?
Depression and suicide

>What possibly motivates musicians to write DSBM?
Depression and contemplation of suicide
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I like the early work of these faggots.
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clever name for an album
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>>49391394
>Mo(u)rningwood
such epic xDDD

Clever, for a 12 year old.
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>>49391018
>literally
Stopped reading there.
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>>49391499
Good. Wouldn't want retards going around getting informed.
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I bet you fucking posers don't even know what album this is
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>>49391091
>What/who are some prominent DSBM bands or projects?
I only listen to Cold World and Silencer, go to metal archives to search for similiar bands

>What lyrical themes exemplify DSBM?
metal archives

>What defines DSBM musically? (What makes DSBM different from BM)
Depressive atmosphere (slow paced melody), whispering or screams of desperation

>What is attractive/enjoyable about DSBM?
I like the calm atmosphere

>Do you view DSBM as a positive or negative influence?
Depends on a type of person really, if you're a depressed little bitch it probably has a negative influence

>What possibly motivates musicians to write DSBM?
I don't know much about the artists, maybe they are not depressed at all and go play badminton with their friends when they finnish recording

>Are you drawn to DSBM because you are depressed and/or suicidal, or for other related reasons?
I listen to it if I'm nervous, exhausted, or can't sleep because of too much coffee
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>>49391018
I'd say it's the opposite. Varg's beliefs get him publicity. Burzum is already one of the absolute biggest names in bm.
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>>49391516
Can you be figuratively oblivious to the fact that Burzum would have twice as many fans if it weren't for his outspoken beliefs?
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>>49391091
Shining, Silencer, dude just check RYM.
Suicide, death, depression (obviously).
Slower, not focused on blast beats, a lot of reverb on the vocals, pained screams.
The music, as with any other genre.
>Do you view preaching suicide as a positive or negative influence
What do you think?
The music, their own circumstances.
No, I just like black metal. I have depressive tendencies though but I don't think they are related.
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>>49391452

so, everyone in this thread
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>>49391349
If you like this, listen to Hexis.
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>>49391091
>What/who are some prominent DSBM bands or projects?
Silencer, Xasthur, Striborg, Lifelover, Make a Change... Kill Yourself, Forgotten Tomb, and Thy Light are a good place to start.

>What is attractive/enjoyable about DSBM?
Same as any other genre of music. Expression of emotion.

>Do you view DSBM as a positive or negative influence?
If someone listens to dsbm, that's a symptom of their attitude. Music does not cause you to feel more positive/negative, it just reflects what you're already feeling.
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>>49391571
>maybe they are not depressed at all and go play badminton
Imagining Kvarforth and Nattramn covered in blood playing badminton was a very funny mental image, thanks.
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>>49391577
Every time I see Burzum posted amongst metalheads that are into mainstream metal it always stirs up a giant shitstorm and everyone circlejerks about how they can't enjoy his music because of his beliefs.

>>49391589
I use 'literally' anywhere. It's a subconscious thing. Since English isn't my first language it's just become a bad habit that I can't kick, sorry if I sounded unclear.
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>>49391569
Bestial Summoning and they can only hide under a table before the mighty Moonblood and their Blut & Krieg album.
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>>49391747
All publicity is good publicity.
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>tfw bands have shit merch, if any at all

There are bands out there that I'd drop big dolla for a decent shirt or two
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>>49391844
Well, yes. I'd be more inclined to agree in Varg's case too since opinion seems to be split. That wasn't what I was trying to say with my original reply though.
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>>49389261
Yeah, there's some Folk in there. It might be suitable for the latest category but I'm already pretty satisfied with the albums there. I think Melechesh already covers this angle well and the other albums have more right to be there I feel.
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Wasn't too big on it on the initial listen but after giving it another play through, AOTY contender for me.
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Anyone knows of any bands that are similiar to Kataxu?
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>>49392053
i am going to argue if Cult of Fire should be on your chart or not, but that album is better than anything Melechesh have ever released.
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>>49392096
I gave it one listen, I thought it was pretty average
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I'd say that pic related is the winner for the moment. The Wisdoom album is pretty cool too.
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>>49392352
Fanisk, Limbonic Art, Obsidian Gate, Astrofaes
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>>49392435
same
It has very little atmosphere
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WATCH THE FUCK OUT
AOTY COMING TROUGH
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>>49392996
meh/10

they peaked in 1995
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>>49392996
Tell me why I should give it another try and why do you think it is AOTY. It bored me a bit, tbh.
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>>49392872
Many thanks anon, currently listening to Obsidian Gate's The Nightspectral Voyage album, very good so far.
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>>49389787
>Couple weak tracks early, and this new one is a low point too.
More like weak points in overall good tracks (namely Daedalus - that track could have been nuts but only turned out good). The breakdown on From the Kettle could have been done better, but it's still a killer track.
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On a scale of 1 - Varg Vikernes, how mad are you that I just ripped out of my mind and listened to this album for the first time while you've heard it a quintrillion times already?
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>>49389472

Belenos, Manegarm, Dordeduh, King of Asgard (Not BM per-se, but inspired by)
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>>49393685
For the sheet laff value of it, I will say Varg Vikernes. But in truth, I'm not mad at all.
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>>49393835

All of these are Folk/Black
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>>49393685
link?
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>>49388784

Korpiklaani's Voice of Wilderness should not be an editors choice, it's what you should start your weekend with.

I'll list my choices row by row:


Finntroll - Nattfodd
Arkona - Ot Serdtsa K Nebu (Avoid Pentadrama, they're not good enough yet to be worth your time, maybe in a few years)
Smallman -Envision (These guys are awesome. Literally, Tool mixed with Folk)
This next line is the most solid, although i've never really like Tyr, go with Falkenbach
Dordeduh, I cannot stress this enough. Drudkh close second.
Svartsot is pretty good, Bran Barr is great when they get intense, Melechesh=wonderful, Windir though, amazing shit
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>>49393038
>>49393051
Because Of the Awesome Riffs and multi-layered guitars over some good drumming and some decent vocals. I really liked the dissonance ala DSO on that record. How could you NOT like it?
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>>49394034
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjwhe4EW8Fo
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>>49394034

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjwhe4EW8Fo
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>>49394034
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wjwhe4EW8Fo
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>>49394149
Thanks
>>49394177
Thanks
>>49394227
Thanks
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>>49389472
Enslaved, even though they're less folk than prog these days.
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>>49394268
I'll give them consistent.
Consistently decent.
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>>49393216
Language Games too.
Kettle's first half is relatively weak, when it starts getting good they cut it off.
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where do i go next with their discography if i enjoyed this?
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>>49396005

Deathspell Omega
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Fuck this album makes me feel hopeless. It's their only album that I've listened to all the way through, and I've listened to it multiple times. Was it their peak?
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>>49396039
oh yeah, that Christian band
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>>49396255

Hurrrrr

Seriously though, album most comparable to The Satanist would be Deathspell Omega's Paracletus.

For Behemoth, none of their albums really sound like The Satanist but Demigod, and Zos Kia Cultus are probably worth a listen.
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I listened to Si monvmentvm for the first time today, and I was kinda disappointed with it. I was hoping for something a lot more conceptually coherent and less wandering, but other than the prayer tracks none of the songs really seemed to be going anywhere. I'll probably give it at least another go, but is there anything else in their discography I might be better advised to check out?
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>>49390612
they said recently that they're not NS anymore, they seem like they're still nationalists though
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>>49396005
Satanica or the criminally underrated Pandemonic Incantations.
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>>49391091
>>What is attractive/enjoyable about DSBM?
nothing, it's shit
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>>49392096
I'm getting tired of Black Metal The Band
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>>49396845
>the criminally underrated Pandemonic Incantations.

Yep. And it's a cryin' shame.
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>>49396255
Explain yourself
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>>49391376

I enjoyed some of the tracks on Horizons. What do you recommend from their earlier stuff?
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>>49396742

Every release is different really. Kenose, Mass Grave Aesthetics, and Diabolus Absconditus may be more your alley if you're looking for similarities to SMRC, but in much more digestible sizes.

Fas is utter structured chaos, the black metal Obscura, extremely different from the earlier records/EPs

Chaining the Katechon is the missing link between Fas and Paracletus and is considered one of their best works songs/EPs

Paracletus retains the sound of Fas, but bringing back the concept of the interludes/Prayers, and being a more diverse and accessible release.

Drought is more of Paracletus

So really, just pick something.
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>>49391091
>What/who are some prominent DSBM bands or projects?
Check online
>What lyrical themes exemplify DSBM?
Sad shit
>What defines DSBM musically? (What makes DSBM different from BM)
Sad inverted chords
>What is attractive/enjoyable about DSBM?
I'm sad a lot
>Do you view DSBM as a positive or negative influence?
Good because it sounds good, bad because it makes me more sad
>What possibly motivates musicians to write DSBM?
They are so sad that they want to kill themselves
>Are you drawn to DSBM because you are depressed and/or suicidal, or for other related reasons?
Yea
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So what's good in the world of metal today? I haven't listened to metal since middle/high school and I'm looking to get back into it. Where's a good place to start? Not a fan of screaming shit.
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>>49396998
Five Finger Death Punch
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>>49396998
>Not a fan of screaming shit.
Twilight force
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>>49397023
Oh fuck them
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>>49396998
And by "screaming shit" I mean screamo, screamcore, whatever the fuck it's called that I keep hearing people play at work
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>>49397137
butt-rock
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>>49396966
Fair enough, they all sound like they might have something for me, so I'll dip in and see. Cheers.
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>>49397170
5FDP
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>>49396255
>where were you when Mikko Aspa accepted Jesus into his heart
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>>49396845
>>49396944

The Satanist is fucking shit. Listen to Grom, Satanica, Evangelia Heretika, Ezkaton, and Demigod.
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>>49397714
>suggesting a live album and a single

Wat
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Where new Sig:Ar:Tyr
Where new Blut Aus Nord
Where new *shels
Where new Sigh
Where new Sleep
Where new Electric Wizard
Where new fucking everything goddamn
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>>49397794

Evangelion then
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What is the eternal best black metal album, and why is it Filosofem
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>>49396076
I'd say so. Agree completely with the hopelessness aspect. Their last release was a bit more optimistic
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>>49391091
Musically, I enjoy it because most of it is atmospheric, which is a branch of black metal that I prefer to the traditional "muh blasphemy" themes and aesthetic of early bands.
I don't pay much attention to the lyrics, but the music generally has a cathartic effect when I'm feeling down.

Besides the obvious choices, one of my favorites is called Make a Change, Kill Yourself, which despite the retarded name is really good.
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>>49397953
Black Sabbath, bro. Paranoid
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>>49398579
wat
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What do you guys think of Wino? I'm listening to the obsessed right now and back to zero is such a great track.
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>>49387408
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnXSYVZ6huU

best live video
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>>49387408

I wanna see these fuckers live so badly
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSCqnqET8bo&feature=player_detailpage#t=74

>>49399000
This shit is wild
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>>49397875
in the future, man
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>>49391676
>band is booked on a show with Plebian Grandstand and Hexis
>Hexis doesn't show up
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>>49399301
this is my first time listening to this band
holy shit this is great those cleans are amazing
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>>49399621

Definitely check them out, great band.
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>>49399738
I listened to Hell is empty and all the devils are here a long time ago and totally got the wrong impression. I have been missing out big time.
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>>49399621
I've always liked them as a band, but I really like that the Dave doesn't try to act like a trve evile douchelord in between songs
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>>49388978
that album is such a shit. it's like strum-a-strum indie rock, just with distortion and power chords.
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New CAPA sounds like blackened deathcore. Or something.
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>>49401518
They should have stuck with the sound they had on Shallow Towers.
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barely worth a mention but this is an 8/10 fourteen minutes from this year imo
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>>49396998

Depends on what you like.

I guess that by "No screaming" you only like clean vocals and not growls/ death metal singing etc

If no more information i would recommend albums covering a large field of tthe "metal-without-"""screams""" "
NIghtwish - Oceanborn
Candlemass - Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
Iron Maiden - Powerslave
Animals as leaders - Weightless
Rainbow - Rising
Diablo Swing Orchestra - Sing-Along Songs For The Damned & Delirious.

Also, find a metal chart.
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>>49399441
was that on there recent US tour? that sucks man. saw them open up for PRIMITIVE MAN (who ive seen b4) and it was fucking great. had fog machines and the venue turned off the lights so they can have there own lights. good stuff
>>49391349
i like this
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>>49397137
post hardcore, metalcore and deathcore is probably what you're referring too

as a fan of all of those genres I do admit that most of it is shit generic chugcore

If you ever for some reason get into screaming vocals though it is really worth trying to find the good bands that are in those genres
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>>49390015
Yeah. Just like Behemoth, primarily folk.
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>>49396005
Grom. If that is too black for you. Then go to Evangelion
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>>49397953
cus dunkelheit
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>>49397953
That's a weird way to spell Blood Fire Death
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>>49388171
The norse vikings pillaged Ireland in the 10th and 11th century. They would have likely been celtic rebels against the norse foothold in dublin and waterford at the time IF WE'RE GONNA BE HISTORICALLY ACCURATE HERE
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why the fuck does htis have sub 1k listeners on last.fm. Heavy, distorted and sweet doom/stoner metal. I guess it rips off sleep/electric wizard/elder too hard?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBS0KkYRHB0
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Good to see this thread is still alive. Time to catch up while listening to pic related.
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>>49396005
The Satanist is another metalcore disaster. It's yet another pathetic attempt by Behemoth to make death metal, the thinking man's music. Instead, we were "treated" with yet another "brew2l" radio pap mall-approved album full of third rate dumbed down Morbid Angel riffs and vapid music (actually muzak). This does nothing but damage metal, cheapen the culture and make a mockery of the Hessian lifestyle. Rather than showing a return to their roots, they keep pandering to the AC/DC arena rock culture by flavouring it with metal-styled riffs and guitar solos in the vein of Slash which are overproduced to shit, followed by Nergal's overproduced and multi-tracked bowel movement growls and "additional instrumentation" which everyone who lives the Hessian lifestyle can recognize for what it is - carnival music. I'm sure this will be a fan favourite of every dumb, drunk Wacken attendee who can only appreciate the true thinking man's music by it's surface aesthetics and cannot recognize knowledge of music theory and it's usage in true thinking man's, Hessian lifestyle death metal such as MASSACRA or DEMIGOD. Avoid this commercial, McDonald's culture-approved angst groove made by radio rockers (actually tagged metal for marketing purposes) which does nothing but spit in the face of the thinking man's, superior, Hessian lifestyle. You dance in halls of the temple real metalheads like myself built.
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>>49404803

Is this new pasta?

Also what is 'Hessian lifestyle'? lol

I think anyone who subscribes to living any 'named lifestyle' is probably a weak minded simpleton who couldn't come to their own conclusions of how to live.
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>>49392996

COME AND FILL MY VESSELLLLLLL!
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Just about finished listening to this. Absolute nut-case of a record. They've managed to take everything they tried to do with their debut and polish it to make something that is simply really really fun. Would reccomend to those not completely against folk metal.
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>>49396255

Terminally stupid.
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>>49404875
You are just another drunk idiot trend-hopster (aka hipster) that discovered metal through PBR and MTV Headbanger's Ball who mocks the Hessian lifestyle and cannot recognize true, thinking man's metal and it's rich and varied musical content, but would rather listen to anything that either sounds "brew2l" or "sophisticated" by throwing in Starbucks culture-approved, thick-rim glasses instruments which devolves their metal-flavoured indie ruawk even further into carnival music (actually muzak). One does not simply latch himself onto the thinking man's, Hessian lifestyle, one must become worthy enough to call himself a Hessian by recognizing the contributions of our metal forefathers like MOZART, LISZT and BRAHMS who worked hard to make the foundations for the metal temple by showing us immaculate knowledge of music theory and composition and harmonics and melody and true, thinking man's content. A member of the herd such as yourself will never separate the good metal music with complex structures and thinking man's, Hessian lifestyle content such as HAVOHEJ and OBITUARY.from metal-flavoured AC/DC Wacken stadium rock such as IN FLAMES and EYEHATEGOD and metal-flavoured Glastonbury indie rock/lite-jazz such as GOJIRA and DEAFHEAVEN. You cheapen the metal culture by listening to mall-approved personal drama music (actually muzak) rather than the complex thinking man's, Hessian lifestyle metal which deals with the cruelty of reality we are all part of. You dance in the halls of the temple real metalheads like myself built.
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so is new solstafir trash?

is it even worth a listen
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>>49393685
I'd say I'm around Rob Darken and Famine.
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>>49406632
It's an easy listen and very atmospheric, give it a listen when you want something calm
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>>49403494
Idiot.
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>>49387919
>Primordial
>Scandinavia
You fucking what.
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This about right?
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>>49407215
I know they're from Ireland, but musically they fit the best in that row.
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>>49406632
so far it seems like it is their weakest, but i thought that about all of their albums when i first listened to them.
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>>49407245
Battalions is my personal favourite. Don't understand the love for NiME myself.
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>>49407245
i can't stand to listen to the studio albums. Live 2003 and Imaginations through the Looking Glass are GOAT though
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>>49407245
>>49407322
>Somewhere Far Beyond not favourite
You dance in the halls of the metal temple real metalheads like myself built.
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>>49389521
>>49389495

ew. get out
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>>49407384
Fuck off.
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>>49404875

He's parodying or quoting people from anus.com

It's an old metal forum, super elitist.
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>>49389472
Woods Of Desolation if you like Agalloch.
Newest album is BMAOTY.
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>>49407781
kek
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Post something kvlt.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp-11Gh7aoQ
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>>49407996
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xdVc6nK8cg
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>>49408062
i've had hemorrhoids trouble last week, that one hits too close home.
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>>49407996
>>49408062
Do you two idiots even know what kvlt means?
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>>49408245
I do, honestly the only reason I posted Cemetery Rapist is for shits 'n' giggles.
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>>49408263
haha le epic upboat :^)
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>>49408263
>"hey guys...i'm not stupid...haha. TROLLED YOU
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What do you guys think of cattle decapitation?
>inb4 summer obviously isn't over
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>>49408848
Monolith of Inhumanity is a great album with a lot of catchy riffs. They're moving away from death/grind with that album to a more death sound though
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>>49408263
CEMETERY RAPIST is nothing but stupid and mindless tuffguy pop punk disguised as deathgrind made by and for fat, drunken, unwashed Plebian idiots who want to be part of the herd but are rejected because they don't fit in. As a consequence, their carnival music with "so broodul, brah" chuggin' riffs, idiotic and random drum kit banging and absolutely moronic song titles shows them compensating for being small-dicked vagina repellents which gives actual metalheads who listen to actual profound, thinking man's music with true, Hessian content a bad name. Judging by your stupid reply (for which you probably had to bang your 2 brain cells together for 5 minutes) you posted this watered-down pretend-metal post-ironically in a pathetic attempt to be facetious. Do yourself a favour, shave your balding head and your food-stained neck beard, take a shower, stop ironically listening to any relevant, thinking man's music genre and head over to the nearest club to listen to the latest EDM (actually Electronic Dunce Muzak) pop hit. You'll see that whatever you used to pass off as "moshing" is similar to dancing (actually the only way anyone thinks club dancing can pass of as dance is most likely a mentally and physically challenged buffoon) that happens there. That way you'll stop spitting in the face of Hessians. You dance in the halls of the temple real metalheads like myself built.
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>>49388596
is that a homemade t-shirt? That's not even the correct typeface.
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>>49390015
>being this picky
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>>49409023
I swear to god that melodic part in Lifestalker is amazing oh my god
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Any good Power Metal out this year?

The new DragonForce album was actually pretty good, which surprised me.
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>>49409509
https://mega.co.nz/#F!oJhmCKaI!ivKElWRNtlbropHfOMPmLA

If you want your power metal to be heavy and not the cheesy flowery kind of power metal, that is.
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New Anaal Nathrakh:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q23j7tJTgg0

Its decent, but nothing will be like ITCOTBW or albums earlier
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http://www.debemur-morti.com/en/content/277-blut-aus-nord-saturnian-poetry

FUUUUUUUUCK
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>>49409509
Twilight Force you stupid nerd
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>>49410544
It's really disappointing.
Hunt again brings in some great harsh vocals, but what the hell happened to his cleans? They have no punch or soaring highs like they usually do.
The music overall is a track that sounds exactly like the meh tracks from Vanitas.
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>>49410684
>tfw the only Blut Aus Nord albums I like are the debut and both of the Memoria ones which keep some sounds similar to that
Suddenly I'm hype.
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>>49397875
>Blut Aus Nord
Artwork was released today, mayne. Necrolord has done great work.
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>>49409107
>it's black metal
>no it's not
>omg don't be so picky nerd
Good job.
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I just listened to the new The Contortionist song Language II, and it's shit compared to Language I.
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>>49396742
Paracletus is probably the most accessible, so start there-
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>>49407245
Am i really the only one who likes A Twist in the Myth?
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NEW ANAAL NATHRAKH SONG

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q23j7tJTgg0#t=110
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>>49411391
Can you not read the thread?
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How does /metal/ feel about Xasthur?
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>>49411412
can you understand the hype
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>>49411492
No I can't as it's not very good for AN standards.
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>>49411542
it's not very wild for their standards, but it's still pritty good and it's seventh song on the album, so it is natural to be somewhat milder I guess
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>>49411613
>but it's still pritty good
It's really kinda "meh", it's a song they can pump out in a day without much effort.

> seventh song on the album, so it is natural to be somewhat milder
Tell that to every album pre-Passion. ITCOTBW had the motherfucking Lucifer Effect at that point and Hell Is Empty was at Lama Sabachtani, which was like the second track to be all out aggression on that album. AN have proven many times they don't need to go milder and it's best when they don't.
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>>49389118
You're my fucking nigga, fellow Magyar
[spoiler]Nem, tényleg, mi vagyunk a master race[/spoiler]
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New Earth is out. http://www.mediaboom.org/413705-earth-primitive-and-deadly-2014.html
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my city is best at metal
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Just a reminder that this exists, in Dissection's legacy.
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>>49412312
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7_q_F9ubwE
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What are you listening to right now?
I got some Ordeal on now.
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>>49412415
Just felt like something that wasn't quite so abrasive for now.
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>>49412415
!T.O.O.H.!

>>49412480
I'm still really disappointed with that album
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>>49412415
Not metal for a change. Actually trying out Sage Francis' new album. First Hip-Hop I've listened to in quite some time.
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>>49412629
Well to me it just sounded like Traced In Air and Carbon Based Anatomy had some kind of baby, and I'm ok with it.
It's probably my least favourite out of it, Focus, TIA and CBA, but it has enough fun moments for me to still enjoy it.
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>>49412689
Then don't post about it in a metal thread retard.
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Have you all listened to your daily dose of Emmure, the band that is saving metal?

Have you payed homage to the High Prophey Frankie?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78LJyOUMrD8
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>>49412714
He asked me what I was listening to though.
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>tfw i think of all the years i spent on ANUS
>all those great bands i now love that i completely ignored because the hivemind there hated them

On another note, how do I into modern day death metal? I haven't heard a death metal album from the past decade besides Incantation 's and Suffocation's latest.
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>>49412727
He tried his fucking best
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>>49412734
This is a metal thread. Not a blog thread. Kill yourself.
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>>49409509
skyliner, crosswind, persuader and melodius deite were good

can't quite get the love for twilight force. don't like that gloryhammer parody type stuff.
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>>49412727
It's actually kinda interesting how they manage to make the song sound sad and mellow without sacrificing the stupid metalcore cliches

Obviously has very little serious merit but it wasn't a "so bad it's good" novelty like I thought it would be before listening.
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>>49413023
>interesting how they manage to make the song sound sad and mellow without sacrificing the stupid metalcore cliches
It's just because of that one lead progression. The Contortionist or even Make Them Suffer do better examples of what you said imo.
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>>49387408
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ_VFJn2kJM
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New
thread
when?
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>>49412977
>was unaware Persuader released a new thing for the first time in 7 years
Thank you based post.
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Search God, no results.
Comeon you have to be excited for the new Godflesh album! JKB makes a eight string sound useful
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuOLLAvuiz0
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>>49413464
I could never get into Streetcleaner
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>>49413464
I'm hyped like no tomorrow. The EP was solid as fuck and the track from that sounds great too.

>>49413482
You monster.
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>>49413482
How is that possible.
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>>49413581
>>49413581
>>49413581
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>>49412312
>>49412334
Dawn's early DM output was so good that I sometimes wish they'd have stayed on that path. Still no complaints about the direction that they did take, though.
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