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  1. Abhorrency - Climax of Disgusting Impurities (2022)
    4 points
  2. UFOMAMMUT - Oro - Opus Alter
    3 points
  3. As someone with way too many pets, I have to disagree. Animals very obviously feel fear, hate, sadness, love, anger and happiness much in the same way as people. They just don't necessarily express it as verbally as we do. In fact, they recently realized cats actually "smile" at their owners by way of looking at them and doing a slow eye blink. Animals rely on instinct, but they're able to learn and adapt to their environments as well. If they couldn't they wouldn't survive
    3 points
  4. https://tyrannyoftradition.com/2011/07/11/george-clooney-agrees-to-buy-bones-of-bathory’s-quorthon-for-1-6-million-dollars/ Obviously satire about George Clooney buying Quorthorn's bones and Julia Roberts owning Dio's spine & jawbone, but all the people in the comments section apparently taking this seriously cracked me up.
    2 points
  5. Blood Red Fog - Thanatotic Supremacy, Finland 2018 Í Myrkri - Black Fortress of Solitude, Denmark 2019
    2 points
  6. BLACK FLAG - The Process Of Weeding Out BLACK FLAG - Jealous Again
    2 points
  7. HEAVING EARTH - Darkness of God. Yep. Still good. DAEMON OF OA - Hesperian Shores. Smooth.
    2 points
  8. Gnipahålan - I nordisk vredeslusta As usual...everything Swartadauþuz does kicks ass
    2 points
  9. r0ttingc0rpse

    Hei hei

    Hello! My names Edmund, I've been a metalhead for some time, don't know the exact years haha. My closest friends aren't into metal so I figured maybe I could find some friends here :)) I'm 20 years old and I'm a trans man :0
    1 point
  10. About moonsorrow you should listen jotunheim, non-serviam and pakanjhula Nalgfar- Harvest album is so good. aboıt valkjyra- The agonist’s fire is good
    1 point
  11. Moonsorrow - Verisäkeet, Finland 2005 Wormwood - Ghostlands (Wounds From a Bleeding Earth) Sweden 2017
    1 point
  12. No problem...I used to have a massive list of these kinds of bands, but I lost it somewhere along the way. I'll have to dig back through and try to recreate it. Primordial and Arckanum are some of my favorites. Naglfar is one I haven't spent much time with beyond their Vittra album, but that was a great release, and it's been awhile since i sat down with any Moonsorrow. I should get on that today. I've never been a huge fan of Valkyrja. The Invocation of Demise was solid enough, but I haven't cared for anything after that. I've also had to sit through their live set a couple of times to see the band Archgoat, and they really weren't all that great. A couple more you may enjoy Panphage (Album - Storm) Falkenbach (Album - ...magni blandinn ok megintíri...) Forefather (Album - Steadfast) Arkona (Album - Vozrozhdenie)
    1 point
  13. Behemoth - Opvs Contra Natravm (2022)
    1 point
  14. I it seemed relevant to impulse control which is a part of the conversation on this thread. I know a way to avoid having the impulse to express diet related opinions in the future. Humans are animals, so animals have emotions.
    1 point
  15. Yeah, that's how I feel too. They were yet to master the art of stringing riffs and sections into actual songs. At least on a consistant basis
    1 point
  16. thanks for advice i didnt know that much my favs are moonsorrow valkyjra primodrial arckanum nalgfar(swedish)
    1 point
  17. Katatonia - Night Is The New Day Katatonia - Tonight's Decision
    1 point
  18. How do you know animals have no emotions? Many people believe that they do.
    1 point
  19. Death worship/tribute I think you'll find. Several of the guys played in, might still be playing in "Death To All" which covered Death songs. They wrote their album with Death's sound in mind. Opprobrium – The Fallen Entities
    1 point
  20. Decameron - My Shadow... Exodus - Bonded By Blood Gruesome - Twisted Prayers - never understood if these guys were really a Death tribute act or if they are meant to be a serious band! Obituary - Cause of Death
    1 point
  21. This is melodeath. Shows a lot of potential, unfortunately they quit after this debut album. Definitely some bright spots here but the transitions between riffs are jarring, they're C-tier for a reason. I wish there was a choice between good and meh. But there's not so meh it shall be.
    1 point
  22. Tigran Hamasyan - An Ancient Observer
    1 point
  23. Demoted - Away from the Living, Romania Demoted - Bounded to a Mortal Life EP
    1 point
  24. Rivendell - Elven Tears
    1 point
  25. DISHONOR - Dishonor STATIC DEATH - Static Death COLLAPSED - Collapsed
    1 point
  26. King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard – Infest The Rats Nest
    1 point
  27. How do you know if someone is on the carnivore diet? Oh, it's easy. They will fucking tell you.... over and over again.
    1 point
  28. Killing Joke – The Peel Sessions 1979 - 1981
    1 point
  29. I forgot about Helloween. The path they have followed has only got better. Both Deris and Kiske are good in their own right, and both did good things with the band. But having them both back in the band with Hansen also singing has added a great element to the band.
    1 point
  30. Of Feather And Bone - Sulphuric Disintegration (2020)
    1 point
  31. Sheol

    Best Replacement Singer?

    Although the album isn't out yet, but given his previous output and style, I think Erik Grönwall will turn out to be the best replacement for Sebastian Bach that Skid Row has ever had (not saying much, I know). The guy that sings for Accept has a very good voice, and to me he sounds more enjoyable and versatile than Udo.
    1 point
  32. Can't stand Ripper, so I'd vote him down if I had the chance! I agree with that, Dave was flamboyant, had the moves and could sing, but Sammy sung most of VH songs better IMO, and Dreams is one of their best. Dave is one of the funniest old fellas in music though, his bio is one of the funniest things I've ever read, sadly though I think he wrote it as fact! I'd go with Bruce Dickinson as the best replacement, because I never liked Di'anno. But as a replacement for Bruce, Blaze was great, however I was glad when Bruce came back. Joey Belladonna was (still is better) than Neil Turban, but for the SOWN album Bush will always be better than Joey. Brian Johnson gets points for longevity, he's taken the band onward and upward since Bon's death. Mike Howe also gets a vote from me, I didn't mind Wayne in Reverend but I preferred Howe in Metal Church until they started loosing their way in the last decade or so.
    1 point
  33. I reckon that controling impluses and using reason are good things to exercise, preferbly coupled with empathy. delayed gratification is 100% under-appreciated in this day and age.
    1 point
  34. KillaKukumba

    Hei hei

    People look at me weird too, but I know it's not because of metal.
    1 point
  35. br0peth

    Hei hei

    People look at me weird cuz I’m into metal…. well that’s what they tell me😶
    1 point
  36. FatherAlabaster

    Hei hei

    Hey, welcome.
    1 point
  37. Rexorcist

    Hei hei

    We have a lot of goats, but very few corpses here.
    1 point
  38. GoatmasterGeneral

    Hei hei

    Welcome Eddie, lots of metalheads here who will be happy to talk metal (and other genres) with you. I'm always a bit surprised (and pleased) when I find out people your age are into metal.
    1 point
  39. Oh hell...where do I start? (For the record, I'm mixing folk stuff in here too) Manegarm Bran Barr Primordial Nokturnal Mortum Waylander Winterfylleth Suidakra White Medal Arckanum (even though he rejects being put in this category) Havukruunu Heimdalls Wacht Thyrfing Horn Heidevolk Kampfar Kroda Menhir Wodensthrone Sacrilegium Windir Festung Nebelburg Kvaen Macabre Omen Oakhelm Sivyj Yar Dark Forest (Canadian one) Graveland Bornholm Saor
    1 point
  40. Dead1

    Pantera!

    I got into Pantera, Sepultura and Slayer before I started getting into Cradle of Filth and also melodic death metal (and stuff like Nevermore and Iced Earth) in the late 1990s. Funny thing was I found those first three bands far more extreme than melodic death or symphonic black metal. Melodic death metal was always "easy listening" music whilst CoF's appeal was the campy Hammer Horror vibe, not musical extremity (and I still regularly listen to them). At the time if I wanted extremity it'd still be Slayer's Divine Intervention or Pantera's Great Southern Trendkill. Suicide Note Pt II is still an absolute rush to listen to - the musical intensity is matched by lyrical intensity. I even find a lot of thrash metal more extreme than a lot of death metal I like - eg Kreator's Pleasure to Kill or Endless Pain are more visceral, intense and raw than a lot of DM I like like Atheist, Cancer, Carcass, Edge of Sanity, Morbid Angel and even some Napalm Death (though these boys are back to face peeling) etc.
    1 point
  41. Guns n Roses has a few songs that I like, but glam/hair metal is my most deeply hated subgenre of metal and I don't actually consider it metal so much as I consider it to be hard rock.
    1 point
  42. H34VYM3T4LD4V3

    Whatcha Eatin'?

    favourite food/drinks/restuarants Favourite meals: Thai Green Curry Chicken Tikka Masala Chilli Con Carne Beans on toast Cheese on toast Nachos (with salsa) Duck wrap Chicken nuggets Cheese Burgers Chicken Burgers
    1 point
  43. NTNR

    Cannibal Corpse

    Re: Cannibal Corpse I've always had a soft spot for them. I've seen them 3 or 4 times and they put on excellent shows every time. I've got all their CD's and for a while they were my favorite Death Metal band. Obituary is my all time favorite now.
    1 point
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