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  2. A few days ago we Released Our new single "DEAD REMAINS" What do you think? it's also available in all streaming platforms. Watch the music video here - https://youtu.be/_An4S_o9-lk Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2XfiGkd Apple Music - https://apple.co/2XKQGUu
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  4. Pungent Stench - "Club Mondo Bizarre" For Members Only
  5. Rotting Christ - Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy
  6. Mortician - Chainsaw Dismemberment
  7. Mortician- "House by the Cemetery/Mortal Massacre/Brutally Mutilated" This is the only thing that provides me with pure happiness anymore.
  8. I like folk metal alot and Ive been wanting to learn more tradition folk instruments (usally strings) Nykleharpa, hammer dulcimer, harps, lyres, and hardanger felene. I am wondering who else has this love in here also.
  9. I will add a few more I took a listen to Furia (Pol) very good stuff indeed. Istapp (Melodic Black Metal) EXTREMELY underrated! Bifröst (AUS) (Folk Metal) Sorgeldom (Atmospherically Black Metal)
  10. I like lyrics, it gives me another dimension to the music and insight to the sounds and melodies I love and enjoy. Its part of the art of Metal.
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  12. Yeah, for instance, I'm listening to Opeth's Orchid right now... when I first heard it (more than 10 years ago) I didn't really like it... now, I'm really appreciating almost every part of it, so... who knows what will be a good album now and a good album tomorrow...
  13. 1. Behemoth 2. Brendon Small's - Galaktikon 2 (Incredible album!) 3. Gojira 4. Mastodon 5. Mr Bungle (Not quite metal but still extreme IMO)
  14. Bloodbath - Nightmares Made Flesh
  15. Great release. Mexican bm. Who’d have thought?
  16. Lluvia - Eternidad Solemne
  17. I guess I'd have to say Vore and Disma. They straddle the sweet spot between Death and Doom that I particularly enjoy. More recently I discovered Konvent who also find that same sweet spot between Death and Doom. Anther recent favourite is Green Lung. I'm still unsure what category of metal they occupy. Not that it really matters I guess.
  18. Gorguts - The Erosion of Sanity Cynic - Focus
  19. I guess all we can do is have faith that the song(s) in question mean something to the artist or they're trying to do something that they believe in. Its what the artist wants to achieve vs what the fan considers to be an honest attempt to create good music.
  20. Rotten Sound - Harvester Of Boredom
  21. Hi. I used to listen to a lot more alt/nu metal (still do sometimes), but now I usually listen to either extreme/semi-extreme metal, dark ambient music, or other random stuff. My favorite band is Sybreed, but I also like Meshuggah and Bloodbath, with some Leviathan and Xasthur on the side. I used to listen to stuff like Disturbed and Blue Stahli more often, though I still like them. My favorite albums are 'Ion Legacy' by Tyrant of Death, 'The Great Cold Distance' by Katatonia, 'The Pulse of Awakening' by Sybreed, and 'Possessor' by Gost. I originally got into metal roughly at the end of my freshman year of college, where I majored in Comp. Sci. and minored in Math (so I am also a programmer). I have been able to deathgrowl since about the beginning of this year, so, even though I am nervous of it, I am also interested in contributing to individual songs and such if you are interested (note: I can't do false nor fry stuff).
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