Metal general- remove kebab edition
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>tfw you just don't have the time for music anymore
Could you give me more Metal charts please ?
any recent purchases, /metal/?
I admit I probably went a bit overboard with the new year shopping, but most of the stuff is just fucking amazing.
I'm gonna drop you some pictures, tell me what you think.
If anyone has some Death charts, I'd like to get some.
yeah it sucks. at least it didn't cost much
man you got lucky, i fucking love A.N.T.I. and there's no chance i'll find it around here
and you got 2 of their records, how expensive was it
>20+ albums in the old school section
>the rest don't even have half that
this a b8 chart?
all together was about 720€ I guess.
yes I probably could have bought a lot more actually useful stuff.
some more Inquisition will definitely be one of the future investmensts
those were about 14€ together too.
wake n bake, coffee and blasting pic related
feels good man, what is /metal/ blasting this morning?
reminder that THIS is who's calling your favorite band's songwriting poor
still like them but they want from good to shit with engelskrieger
I ordered my Batushka LP through their website and chose the Euro bank transfer. But the email they sent says I have to transfer info to them and I don't get how to do so. What do?
Thrash album of the year ?
rate it /metal/
I don't try to impress my friends with my superior patrician taste. When I'm around them, I attempt to play something accessible yet enjoyable for their little brains to process. When I am alone, I unveil my intellectual prowess by listening to favorites such as Deathspell Omega, Abigor, Gorguts, Demilich, Lykathea Aflame, the list could go on...), but when I am with lower scum, I might put on some Amon Amarth or Arch Enemy. They look so cute when they tell me that kind of music is truly revolutionary! I guess we can't all be geniouses.
To the guy asking for j-power recs in the last thread, check out
Galneryus, versailles/jupiter/kamijo, demetori, x-japan, skywings, light bringer, gauntlet, minstrelix, concerto moon, alhambra
No. Listened to Kreator back then as well and still do. Favourite live band, the moshpits are fucking awesome.
Add these to the list of revolutionary/complex albums if you haven't already.
Lower right one is Neoandertals. Unlistenable for most, genious for me at least.
>tfw slowly get my friends into pretentious fedora metal by casually easing them into it
>one of my friends used to think queen was the "modern mozart" a month ago
>now he unironically can't stop listening to thy catalfalque and meads of asphodel
>bringing a 25 year long career to an end with this
i finally listened to this whole thing, it was amazing. is this the pinnacle of atmospheric black metal? what should i listen to next?
Alright /metal/, I'm doing an assignment regarding avant-garde metal and I know you fucks like avant-metal. Without meming can you guys tell me what you honestly think of these albums and their impact on avant-metal?
>into the pandemonium
>la masquerade infernale
Annihilator was bad considering how much money they spent in videos, and how hi-fi everything is despite being ass.
Mortification's new shit just sounds like demos from a high school band.
That's not Mortification, it can't be.
What the hell, these are the same guys who did Scrolls of the Megilloth? I'm not even a Christfag but that was one of the best death metal albums of the 90s.
kek, is that the american version of the cover?
listen to steineiche next
Were they ever good? I'm looking on MA and everything has a shit score except the first two albums and the 4th one, that song you posted is embarassing kek, what were they thinking, this must be a joke
Why don't you listen to suprtior vanilla prog instead
the general was going fine the last few days you fucking faggots
just post and enjoy, don't shit up the thread with pointless normiebook-tier arguing
the rest of /mu/ already shits on /meal/ enough, /kvltbros/ must still together
Ved Buens Ende-Written In Waters no question about it
Gorguts-Obscura essentially created that whole surreal horror tech death vibe along with Nespithe
Fleurety-Min tid skal komme was essentially the first post-black record
Arcturus-The Sham Mirrors, needs no real explaining and that should be your pick for Arcturus
Contrastic's self titled and TOOH-Pod vládou biče are really well known pieces of avant-deathgrind that were extremely influential in their home land, which is the homeland of wacky deathgrind, so their effect can't be denied
Diapsiquir (pick any album) is the most well known avant-garde industrial black metal band, with their album A.N.T.I. being oftenly called the black metal aswer to Mr Bungle
Mr Bungle's self titled of course which was one of the first (and the first truly notable) avant-garde metal albums
there are many other great avant garde metal bands but these are some of the most impactful
A lot of the reviews on MA are just bashing them for being a Christian band.
The first three or so albums are death metal classics.
The next couple are okay.
The next couple are shit.
They made a big splash in 2006 and released Erasing the Goblin which was kind of a "back to our roots" type thing and it was actually really good.
The albums since then have just been awful, like the worst stuff they've ever done.
I'm not sure why, but their production was actually great in the 90s when they were three guys playing out of Steve Rowe's garage and now that they own their own studio and have their own record label they sound awful.
Their singer was diagnosed with terminal cancer in the mid 2000s which really fucked up his voice. He's recovered from the cancer but the damage was done.
meal for saturday night alone staying home winter feel?
>especially reviews for a Christian band
there was a review for their Hammer of God album that gave it a 0% and said "I really like the music and would normally give it an 85% but their Christian themes are unacceptable" lmao. I think it got taken down.
But yeah recently they've been putting out some weird, amateur sounding stuff. Their last good album was in like 2006
One of the catchiest avant-garde metal albums, and it was the first album to truly mix a lot of genres with BM relatively seamlessly and fluently
Is Fates Warning the most consistent prog metal band? They pioneered the genre and have been releasing great albums since the 80s
it's ok but they've been on a downward trend since like Blue record, none of their new albums are that good to me.
it's not memesludge, but it is kind of overrated, I suspect a lot of reviewers tacked on an extra point or two for the band coming back after the bus crash or w/e
Oh, I do. But that doesn't make Crimson an album on par with their first two.
Immortal - Sons of Northern Darkness
Burzum - Filosofem
Wolves in the Throne Room - Two Hunters
decide which one you like better out of the three and then ask for recommendations based on that
Dissection - Storm of the Light's Bane. Easy listening, melodic black metal. Probably the best entry to black metal album
Dark Fortress - Tales from Eternal Dusk. More easy listening melodic black metal
Immortal - At the Heart of Winter. More "pure" BM than Dark Fortress of Dissection, but still has decent production quality.
Listen to these and you can get recs based on what you like
>At the Heart of Winter
The only full album I have listened to from those recommendations at the moment.
I quite liked it, but it seemed alot 'thrashier' than most other black metal I have heard before.
Granted Im a big pleb and haven't heard much, I'll check them all out, thanks /metal/
Death. i began listening to metal at 8-9, so i grew off from my nu phase by 12 maybe.
To become an internet metal nerd arguing what is metal and what is not. I miss those times
I've never listened to any war metal before, but the album covers and titles look like black metal. I've assume this is a BM subgenre?
Gonna listen to the Archgoat album at the top of that chart. What should I expect?
At least they are finally releasing good music again and dropped that pseudo thrash garbage and picked back up neoclassical melodeath with actually some BM influences.
more flowcharts pls
Go to x-hamster >categories>gay>crossdresser
You will have to wade through a lot of fat old men dressed as women to find the qts which might be a severely traumatic experience, but the qts are gold
I think it started from the death metal tape trading scene. Black and white demo covers, usually hand drawn, etc.
>sounds like Dungeon Synth or Neo-folk.
you didn't listen past the first couple minutes>>61794461
neither did u
this is cool tho like a nice mix of osdm with some brutal shit and a touch of melody idk what else is quite like thisbut something makes me want to say the chasm
Shiet nigga. I have been listening to this song on repeat the past 2 weeks. Just got into the Berserk manga and I wanted music that suited it the best. This song basically nails the Berserk atmosphere flawlessly.
If you had to choose between a Nile show or a Absu show, which would you go to?
Jesus CHRIST this is a good album. Any of you listen to this?
I've put it on for like the seventh time. My God, it's so beautiful.
In case you're wondering:
>Russian Doom Metal/Post-Rock band does a concept album of the Dylatov Pass Incident
this details one Finnish man's journey to get his record label to buy him a sauna
Yes I did.
It's pretty damn good but man it doesn't warrant seven listens in a row.
Dimension Hatröss, and Phobos, both by Voivod.
They're basically the music equivalent of Heavy Metal 2000 or 2000 AD comics. The first one is about a dude (most likely the Voivod) who steps into a particle accelerator and travels to an alternate dimension where he's got psychic powers, he's worshipped as a messiah by a bunch of wasteland techno-barbarians, then captured by the dystopian futuristic society they're fighting against, where he's brainwashed by other psychics but then his powers re-awaken and he summons a quantic space god to annihilate this dimension and go back home.
Phobos is kind of a sequel to it, where the Voivod (now called Anarkh) comes back from his stasis on the moon to conquer the cyberpunk world he had left. To that end he uses PHOBOS, a satellite that broadcasts his psychic brainwaves throughout the planet to spread anarchy and chaos. From there on he creates an army and conquers the world from his tower, where he clones himself with quantic space science and becomes all-powerful.