Black metal ist kavvaii edition
Post what you're listening to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi6nrVR8_FA
What's your opinion on everyone's favorite pretentious metal internet spot: DMU's AOTY (Kaeck's Stormkult) ?
Pretty mediocre Riverside clones, I'm honestly surprised Poland has only a few worthwhile prog rock/metal bands apart from them, Indukti and Disperse
Lel I just finished listening to Images and Words
you can't stop teh slams
Nothing, I keep refreshing this album's page on Hasitleaked
I always thought Rudess looked like a pedophile and then I realised he looks like old Gary Glitter
I think it's mostly morbid curiosity. Everyone expects it to be shit but can't help being at least a little interested in a popular and mediocre band releasing a 2h long album with not a single song under 10 minutes.
>2 hour album
>every song is longer than ten minutes
I really want to know if they're just playing a huge joke or if they're really this pretentious and cringey. If it were noise or funeral doom metal I'd understand.
What does /metal/ think of High On Fire btw?
who /heavy/ rn?
also any recs for bands like this? e.g. Admiral Angry, Love Sex Machine etc
Not sure what to listen to. Heavy into Atmo Black. Any recs, maybe new releases?
It's really hard to find bands playing that style that don't venture into downtempo territory, but if you aren't afraid of a little deathcore try A Memoria Brooded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ApTsgMXP_0
it's such a good album that I'll help a brother out
Gospel - The Moon is a Dead World
>screamo, progressive post-hardcore, amazing drumming-core, actually a very tasteful album
digging the first song a lot, thanks anon
yeah not really a downtempo person. i like deathcore but downtempo isn't really my thing. this is one of the better bands tho i can dig it thanks
Quite nice, fucking noisy, reminds me of Archgoat album from 2015
Thanks, I like it, but already heard it 23586982 times. My ex-gf used to be into this album.
really fun little tune, it's just kinda off tone
desu all i remember from NBBMN when it comes to atmoblack was me asking for recs and posting a lot about midnight odyssey
holy shit man this aged so well like DAMN, it aged well for what is essentially the absolute first grind record (some bands had elements of grind before but they weren't actually grind), considering how badly a lot of old grind has aged
it hasn't aged well as a powerviolence though, if that makes sense
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTxby-sxh-0 here you go m8
only one record but it's my favorite atmospheric bm album. pretty much Burzum/Drudkh worship done right
also the Ygg album on the sidebar is pretty good as well.
This album is so good. I need another full length from these guys.
>it hasn't aged well as a powerviolence though, if that makes sense
that's because it's a good band who weren't slavishly going for some genre conventions, whereas muh powerviolence is fags doing exactly that
How kvlt are you irl, Anon?
I live right above the arctic circle
i live in sludge tier conditions which isn't kvlt (unless we assume Xasthur is kvlt, then i'm pretty up there) but i'm always cold when it's winter due to lack of heating and i'm a skelly, which is p kvlt
NEW FUCKING BELKETRE HOLY FUCK! WHAT THE FUCK?!!
What do you guys think of it?
Now I am full, another idea
I must take shit on this fucking bitch
I let one fly onto her face
I then lean down and kiss this bitch
The smell is insane, shit flows in my veins
It matters not, my c*** is now hard again
I jerk off with shit on my hands
Lust still fills me, in time I'll do this again
Again I must kill again [x4]
>Cradle of filth writes more enjoyable songs than Cannibal Corpse
i'd put effort into saying no but no
yeah i like Melting Sun better too, i find it really beautiful, introspective music
This song's groove has almost become a running joke within my friendship circle, involving is breaking into it or referencing it as many times as we physically can. Because it’s just so insane. I don’t understand how a groove can be that weird, yet that catchy. It’s simultaneously insanely mathematical and weird, but easy as anything to remember. Meshuggah wish they could write grooves this good. Everything - the skip beat, the repetition, the triplet transition, the chords that accompany it, is so absolutely perfect that it upstages the rest of an otherwise excellent song. No matter how good that chorus is (and it is good, although a bit simple), it will never be as good as that triplet transition. Or the first vocal intro in the first verse.
I think pic related is pretty underappreciated
Love that punk influence
Check some of these then dig
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk_gIOSHviA ( actually blackgaze )
>nazythony memetano here
motherfucker looks like that awkward scrawny fucker that ever highschool has
or maybe i'm just projecting
pretty funny video.
Dude recaps the craziest shit from his video series on crazy metal facts, and it ends up being literally just black metal artists and Korn
how's /metal/ feelin tonight
>fallout 4 and listening to deathgrind
>crashing hard from a 5 hour energy + multiple cups of coffee
idk who the nigga is, it just popped up in my recommended videos because I listen to metal and have an unhealthy obsession with watch mojo top 10 lists so I guess youtube combined the two
>listening to leprous and fapping to renamon
i got a message from nouns, who made my favorite emo album, on RYM, i'm pretty sure it was 4chan b8ting but it doesn't look like it
other than that i'm listening to grind and chill music, as usual for every night
limbs feel awful, can't sleep
>Memeposting and progressive post-hardcore
typical friday night for me
I don't go out
I'm so lonely
Depressed and alone. As I've gotten older I've been forced to confront myself rather than blame everyone else for my faults, insecurities, and failures. I'm trying to turn things around but my depression makes me want to just give up instead.
ACTUAL best deathgrind album coming thru btw
>aggravated ankle injury by going out on shitty concrete sidewalk with flat slippers with no support
>ate general tso's chicken
>snow is falling hard so i'm just sitting around debating whether or not to play video games or finish doing work for classes that will probably be canceled next week
>listening to pic
i am not happy, but i am content
i don't see how you can call a band grind when less than 10% of the songs in their discography are under 3 minutes. brevity is an essential part of the grind formula. for the same reason i wouldn't call !t.o.o.h.! primarily a grind band.
there's the keyword, one of the things that differentiates deathgrind for straight up trad grind is that the uber short song structure is mostly abandoned, although they tend to be slightly shorter than death metal
Repulsion is punky enough to safely say they're at least partly grind, Braindrill is well within what people call 'deathgrind' nowadays. I'm not saying they sound anything alike, I'm saying the genre labels suck at describing things
>tfw in over my head
>I want out
absolutely. ordered it and a Glossolalia tape from someone on a lark during november not expecting much and low and behold i adored both. all those BTC guys can put down a great song. i need to look at a lot of their bands since i only really have heard Arizmenda and Absum before (liked both)
Listening to darkspace I right now
Last non-metal album would be Protest the Hero - Fortress
I'd say Fortress is better, but I'm already sick of it so I'm enjoying Darkspace right now because I didn't completely wear it out yet
redpill me on Revenge
pretty sure that cam from shitty goregrind and pornogrind, although i may be wrong
yeh. people are quick to associate deathcore with every bad thing imaginable but their band names tend to be sort of vague and meaningful sounding rather than porngrind/brutal DM type stuff
i mean at least get your negative stereotypes right
hey whats up havent seen you itt in a week
last full album (not tape or EP) would probably be So Hideous - Laurestine, for metal, Savages - Adore Life for the other
so hideous got totally shit on on RYM but i don't outright hate it, but it managed to be both cheesy and boring which is kind of amazing. it never does anything technically bad or awful but never went about a 6/10
i am loving Adore Life though, scratching that moody low-tempo bluesy part of post-punk that most of these shitty post-punk revival bands don't ever go for, the singer is good which helps
another couple albums (also the s/t ep) we don't really talk about cause we all know how much they rule
we do get hung up on their more recent album art tho
yeesh with a personality like this no wonder nobody ever taught you to use the internet
This came out today, its already on leak type sites.
I realize its probably not KVL7 enough for a lot of you, I've only had the chance to listen to a couple tracks, but imo those tracks are pretty good.
I was expecting further divuldgence towards "I"'s sound, but its closer to earlier immortal
yeah Murder Metal was p cool, kinda like Sinister Slaughter with the Dahmer vibe, really great album
i wasn't that fond of the their latest album, not bad but i was certainly expecting more from them
also bravo because that song is fucking awesome
Been busy with classes, haven't listened to much metal in a while since apparently every time I get into metal I get in this enthusiast mindset where I'm actively having some sort of self dialectic about the music I'm listening to, scavenging for new artists and stuff like that; I get too invested in music in general is what I'm trying to say, and I don't have much time for that right now. I've actually been delving into some hip-hop, lel.
this is the first time i've heard this band
and i'm a little offended
Not bad imo.
How about this newest vehemence? I haven't been in a metal thread in a while, what was the reception on this? Forward without motion in general?
Are we happy vehemence has finally put out a new album or too little too late?
Oh god do we have another retard triggered by no titles? These are always the best.
gurge from lordgore/ fornicator
is my goat singer
I'm having a hardtime with the kick, its really hollow sounding after a few playthroughs. The guitar work seems to be stepped up and they went even further into the realm of melodeath just my opinion on the matter though
I chose 'frontman' carefully. People like Travis are another level as vocalists but that's technical stuff. CD is just awesome all around as a stage presence and a vocalist and a guy in dungarees
shiba inus are actually little shits he probably deserved it
honestly you are gonna call me fvlse for this but slipknot's first 2 albums are unironically good groove/thrash/industrial blend
they only really turned into nu metal and buttrock by Vol. 3
>What's the last metal album you listened to?
Orphaned Land - Mabool
>What's the last non-metal album did you listen to?
Shostakovich - Symphony n°8 in the form of an album
Literally Krieg : the symphony
If you want a work that was made to be an album then it's
The Mahavishnu Orchestra - The inner mountain flame
>Which did you like better?
Non-metal in both cases but orphaned land shouldn't be ashamed of loosing against one of my favorite symphony or against the best jazz-rock album i've listened to.
i'd guess that goregrind is something that kind of came and went in popularity, late 90's early 00's it was kind of popular in metal circles.
lordgore and gorelord, carcass, impetigo, county medical examiner, engorged, splatterhouse, agathocles, terrorizer.
some of the more well known bands of this style.
honestly, it seems like slam moved in and took its spot for grim/brutality
Aborted - The Necrotic Manifesto
Good ass music but it sounded too samey to me. Couldn't think of anything memorable that made individual tracks stand out.
Alice In Chains - The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Loved the first four songs but then the rest just seemed like boring ballad-type songs. Really disappointed since I thought Stone and the title track were awesome.
I honestly can't decide which one I liked more.
not that it makes any bit of difference, but I'm 32, and was way too distracted with FL death metal to even give slipknot a chance, there was literally a fuck tone of better music at the time, and there sure as fuck is better music to listen to now.
if you were of the age to get into metal when slipknot was a thing, sure, rock out, but to just say that everyone should objectively like them is wrong.
at the time of them being popular they were liked by two types of people. kornkids/juggalos or the jocks who listened to disturbed and stained. it was never really something the metal heads in my area liked.
>FFS, there is even better nu metal that's more enjoyable
ANTICHRIST NU METAL ELITISTS ARISE
the scary thing is i still remember most of these fucking bands
i had some shit taste
>at the time of them being popular they were liked by two types of people. kornkids/juggalos or the jocks who listened to disturbed and stained
It's funny because it's true -- and I was of that age.
I'm 3 years behind you and I loved all that shit. Slipknot, Static X, all of it. You can't take that stuff too seriously, it was retard teen music, no need to get in a huff about it now
no, I heard Iowa for the first time today
I liked the poppy shit better than that
shit was most popular in the early 2000s, if you were already 17 or 18 years old you were too old to really get into it
I used to listen to KoRn when I was 14 years old, which is I think a downgrade from Marylin Manson
yes, exactly, I'm your age too, and I liked that shit because we were that age when it became popular
This album is rather dank.
Not yet at least, apart from Nas I guess. Most of the listening I've been doing has actually been of hardcore chicano and latino rap lol. In fact, I think I started listening to it because I challenged myself to find hip-hop in my language that didn't cause me to cringe and I discovered some artists that I liked. When trying to listen to some classic american artist like Nas I found out that the language barrier is a pretty big deal. I'm pretty much perfectly fluent in English, but through juxtaposition of languages I stumbled upon something I didn't think about before. When finding hip-hop in my language that I liked, I came across a newfound appreciation for rapping in its literal sense that I did not have before, and in retrospect was a reason I didn't listen to much hip-hop. Before, the only hip-hop I had listened to and liked was the kind that's labled as "rap for people who don't like rap", stuff like Kanye West. The references, linguistic form, cultural familiarity and a popular slang and jargon that I'm intimately experienced with made me instantly appreciate what is being rapped; ultimately making me truly appreciate the zenith of hip-hop which is rapping and the verse to meter applications. These things are lost in some magnitude when I listen/listened to hip-hop from america, I've noticed I have to pay closer attention to fully grasp what a some verse and or bar truly means, it almost feels like I'm playing catch-up when compared to a rap in my language, closer to the culture I actually experience. I think this will just need some getting used to though, but I found interesting this newfound perspective on hip-hop in myself.
so am I the only one left who likes getting smashed and listening to gay numetal bands that take me back?
>I ACKNOWLEDGE THAT I ONCE ENJOYED A TAPROOT SONG
>I HAVE SINCE SCOURED MYSELF TO ATONE
the kvlt police will put it in their report
honestly, some of the stuff like deftones, vision of disorder, helmet, downset, irate, biohazard was not terrible
it was shit like primer 55, limp bizkit, dope that made the shit way worse than what was necessary.
one one hand you had bolt thrower, decide, obituary, cannibal corpse, vital remains, and a bunch of other FL death bands at full fledge.
on the other hand you had bands like BANE, Mindset, casey jones, have heart, terror, death before dishonour, converge, champion who were also all playing live. (not 100% you were into hc at all but this was also a golden age for this style of hardcore)
Why are sludge and grindcore considered metal when they're both pretty much directly derived from hardcore punk and were created by punk bands, after metal already existed? They have a completely different musical origin.
Another dank album
the same can be said for most x-over bands and a shit load of crust and d-beat.
i think its because modern metal heads dont really want to be associated with the punk crowd? but I could be completely wrong with that