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2012-02-26 06:23:27 PM  
Outstanding choice, subby.
 
2012-02-26 09:32:01 PM  
metal?
 
2012-02-26 10:09:54 PM  
Here, this should help. \m/
Link (new window)
 
2012-02-26 10:34:01 PM  
 
2012-02-26 11:42:46 PM  
Great headline, horrible link. No one needs to hear core kids playing Tool covers.

Recs? Cormorant's Dwellings (new window) is the best metal album since Kalisia's Cybion (new window). Deathspell Omega (new window) and Electric Wizard (new window) are great too.
 
2012-02-26 11:56:43 PM  
Good choice with that Axewitch, SPna15. That's some good shiat right there.

Went used cd shopping with my four year old daughter today. I asked her to pick some cds for herself, in my eternal quest to instill her with a deep love of music. She comes up to me with Pantera's "Great Southern Trendkill" and Hecate Enthroned's "Kings of Chaos". She really liked their covers. Played Hecate Enthroned for her in the car and she loved it.
 
2012-02-27 12:25:45 AM  
Haven't partaken in these threads in a while.

New metal I've listened to are older releases Machine Head's Locust, Lamb of God's Resolution, Mastodon's Hunter, Opeth's Heritage, Between The Buried and Me's Parallax and Dream Theater's A Dramatic Turn of Events

All solid releases.

Mix that in with some old school Faith No More. I really hope they release a new album.
 
2012-02-27 12:38:50 AM  
Best and most accurate SHMHC headline yet. Unfortunately, I can't think of any recs right now.
 
2012-02-27 12:40:45 AM  

CZMisfitsFan: Good choice with that Axewitch, SPna15. That's some good shiat right there.

Went used cd shopping with my four year old daughter today. I asked her to pick some cds for herself, in my eternal quest to instill her with a deep love of music. She comes up to me with Pantera's "Great Southern Trendkill" and Hecate Enthroned's "Kings of Chaos". She really liked their covers. Played Hecate Enthroned for her in the car and she loved it.


Your daughter sounds like a poser. I've been listening to metal since she was in diapers.
 
2012-02-27 01:00:09 AM  
Went to Seattle the other day, picked up the following, used, for about $50

Cryptopsy - None So Vile
Drudkh - Microcosmos
Drudkh - Handful of Stars
Negura Bunget - N'crugu Bradului (big ass book edition, don't know if they're all like that)
Nile - Legacy of the Catacombs (Unas Slayer of the Gods is worth the price alone)
Swallow the Sun - A Plague of Butterflies
Ulver - Bergtatt

I was especially pleased to find the Ulver and Negura Bunget CDs.
 
2012-02-27 01:03:44 AM  

Kliffoth: Went to Seattle the other day, picked up the following, used, for about $50

Cryptopsy - None So Vile
Drudkh - Microcosmos
Drudkh - Handful of Stars
Negura Bunget - N'crugu Bradului (big ass book edition, don't know if they're all like that)
Nile - Legacy of the Catacombs (Unas Slayer of the Gods is worth the price alone)
Swallow the Sun - A Plague of Butterflies
Ulver - Bergtatt

I was especially pleased to find the Ulver and Negura Bunget CDs.


Nice haul. All great except I've never really checked out Swallow the Sun. Well worth your 50 bucks.
 
2012-02-27 01:33:21 AM  

Kliffoth: Nile - Legacy of the Catacombs (Unas Slayer of the Gods is worth the price alone)


One of my favorite songs of theirs.

Been listening to a bunch of good stuff today (lots from upcoming albums that I hope are good)-

The Moon Mistress - Vvitches (stoner doom)
Massive Assault - Dismal Life (death)
Aeba - As Wolf Among Sheept (black)
Overkill - Electric Rattlesnake - from their upcoming new album (thrash)
Sphere - Homo Hereticus (death)
Fester - A Celebration of Death (black/death)
Day of the Beast - Unknown Kadath (thrash)
Bible of the Devil - The Turning Stone (freedom metal)

/I've been listening to Anguish (Sweden, doom metal) this week. Their new album is awesome in large parts, but some parts aren't so good, to the point that they detract from the album. Overall I'd give it a 7/10 - solidly good, but not as good as I'd hoped.
 
2012-02-27 02:12:08 AM  
Hmm. After listening a bit more, I'm not so thrilled with Massive Assault, but if you're looking for death metal, Sphere is quite good.
 
2012-02-27 12:51:12 PM  

HighZoolander: One of my favorite songs of theirs.



Listened to that Nile album today and I liked it even more than I thought I would. What's your favorite album of theirs?


I also listened to Cryptopsy and Ulver today. I really like four of Cryptopsy's songs (Phobophilia is mindblowing) but the vocals suck. I knew this before getting the album though.

Ulver simply blew my farking mind.
 
2012-02-27 01:10:55 PM  

Kliffoth: HighZoolander: One of my favorite songs of theirs.


Listened to that Nile album today and I liked it even more than I thought I would. What's your favorite album of theirs?


I also listened to Cryptopsy and Ulver today. I really like four of Cryptopsy's songs (Phobophilia is mindblowing) but the vocals suck. I knew this before getting the album though.

Ulver simply blew my farking mind.


I think Black Seeds of Vengeance, In their Darkened Shrines, and Annihilation of the Wicked are their best three. I'm not sure which is my favorite though, maybe In their Darkened Shrines, just because it was the first one I listened to.
 
2012-02-27 01:30:31 PM  

HighZoolander: I think Black Seeds of Vengeance, In their Darkened Shrines, and Annihilation of the Wicked are their best three. I'm not sure which is my favorite though, maybe In their Darkened Shrines, just because it was the first one I listened to.



I just now realized my Nile album is a compilation (it has a live DVD which is cool). I was initially confused because I saw Nile open for another band way back and I distinctly remember them playing 'Black Seeds of Vengence' though my album didn't come out until 2005. I wasn't into Death Metal then but they put on one hell of a show and they seemed like cool guys who love to play. I'll pick those three up soon I think.
 
2012-02-27 03:16:09 PM  

Kliffoth: HighZoolander: I think Black Seeds of Vengeance, In their Darkened Shrines, and Annihilation of the Wicked are their best three. I'm not sure which is my favorite though, maybe In their Darkened Shrines, just because it was the first one I listened to.


I just now realized my Nile album is a compilation (it has a live DVD which is cool). I was initially confused because I saw Nile open for another band way back and I distinctly remember them playing 'Black Seeds of Vengence' though my album didn't come out until 2005. I wasn't into Death Metal then but they put on one hell of a show and they seemed like cool guys who love to play. I'll pick those three up soon I think.


Black Seeds is my favorite. It could also be cause it was the first I heard. I love the atmosphere of that album. But Unas is my favorite song of theirs.

/You're right about Ulver though. Bergatt is amazing. If you like the acoustic parts check out Kveldssanger and if you like the black metal parts check out Nattens Madrigal.
 
2012-02-27 06:01:13 PM  

SPna15: Woods of Infinity - Hamptjarn


There weren't even ONE oom-papa, oom-papa-mow-mow in that whole danged cover. Here's how a REEEAL band does a cover conflagindigumvarmit...
 
2012-02-27 08:27:47 PM  

saintwrathchild: SPna15: Woods of Infinity - Hamptjarn

There weren't even ONE oom-papa, oom-papa-mow-mow in that whole danged cover. Here's how a REEEAL band does a cover conflagindigumvarmit...


It's not a cover. Here's a cover that Woods of Infinity did do.
 
2012-02-27 09:47:09 PM  
Thanks for your help guys. Just ordered 'In their Darkened Shrines', 'Black Seed of Vengeance',and 'Annihilation of the Wicked'.

I also ordered Inquisition's 'Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm'.
 
2012-02-27 10:15:34 PM  

SPna15: It's not a cover.


rainierwolfcastle.jpg
/c'mon man, you're swifter than that

Oh and thanks for the Persuader a couple weeks back, they've seriously grown on me.

HighZoolander: Bible of the Devil - The Turning Stone (freedom metal)


Slightly thrashier, sillier Priestess--nice.
 
2012-02-27 11:08:05 PM  

saintwrathchild: SPna15: It's not a cover.

rainierwolfcastle.jpg
/c'mon man, you're swifter than that


Any excuse to post crazy Woods of Infinity covers.
 
2012-02-27 11:21:27 PM  

Kliffoth: Thanks for your help guys. Just ordered 'In their Darkened Shrines', 'Black Seed of Vengeance',and 'Annihilation of the Wicked'.

I also ordered Inquisition's 'Ominous Doctrines of the Perpetual Mystical Macrocosm'.


That's a great album too.
 
2012-02-27 11:23:30 PM  

SPna15: You don't get recs, but rather, 10 albums chosen from my library set to shuffle. Let's see what we have:

Impaler - Rise of the Mutants
Barathrum - Legions of Perkele
Axewitch - Pray For Metal
Darkthrone - Soulside Journey
Glory Bell's Band - Dressed in Black
Blaspherian - Infernal Warriors of Death
Woods of Infinity - Hamptjarn
Warfare - Metal Anarchy
Proclamation - Nether Tombs of Abaddon
Rhinocervs (V/A) - RH-12

Have fun with that.


Sadly, I think Impaler is the only one of these from the 80s that I remember - and these other 80s bands are all much better.
 
2012-02-28 12:10:35 AM  

HighZoolander: SPna15: You don't get recs, but rather, 10 albums chosen from my library set to shuffle. Let's see what we have:

Impaler - Rise of the Mutants
Barathrum - Legions of Perkele
Axewitch - Pray For Metal
Darkthrone - Soulside Journey
Glory Bell's Band - Dressed in Black
Blaspherian - Infernal Warriors of Death
Woods of Infinity - Hamptjarn
Warfare - Metal Anarchy
Proclamation - Nether Tombs of Abaddon
Rhinocervs (V/A) - RH-12

Have fun with that.

Sadly, I think Impaler is the only one of these from the 80s that I remember - and these other 80s bands are all much better.


I mostly like Impaler because they're local (I was introduced to them when they played live on an indie radio station in the Cities) and completely stupid, which makes for great fun.
 
2012-02-28 12:39:21 AM  
fark it

Brain Drill

Viraemia

but i doubt i'm turning anyone on to anything new here
 
2012-02-28 02:28:22 AM  

SPna15: HighZoolander: SPna15: You don't get recs, but rather, 10 albums chosen from my library set to shuffle. Let's see what we have:

Impaler - Rise of the Mutants
Barathrum - Legions of Perkele
Axewitch - Pray For Metal
Darkthrone - Soulside Journey
Glory Bell's Band - Dressed in Black
Blaspherian - Infernal Warriors of Death
Woods of Infinity - Hamptjarn
Warfare - Metal Anarchy
Proclamation - Nether Tombs of Abaddon
Rhinocervs (V/A) - RH-12

Have fun with that.

Sadly, I think Impaler is the only one of these from the 80s that I remember - and these other 80s bands are all much better.

I mostly like Impaler because they're local (I was introduced to them when they played live on an indie radio station in the Cities) and completely stupid, which makes for great fun.


That's probably why I listened to them. I'm sad though that I'd never heard of Axewitch, Glory Bell's Band, or Warfare.
 
2012-02-28 02:29:00 AM  
/uh, the completely stupid part is probably why I listened to them
 
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