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  1. 3 points
    Thrashman

    What Are You Listening To?

    Depravity - Silence Of The Centuries Anyone into OSDM who doesn't know it, should rectify that.
  2. 2 points
    Necturion

    What Are You Listening To?

    Dark Tranquillity - Lethe
  3. 1 point
    the_thrashing

    What Are You Listening To?

    Possessed- 7 churches Incubus- serpent temptation Dark Angel- darkness descends Slayer- Hell Awaits
  4. 1 point
    par9noid

    What Are You Listening To?

    MY NEW FAVORITE!!! anytime you mention Tool count on a "horns up" from me bro! 🤘 (your next post could be "Tool", "Tool", "Tool", etc., etc. and you'd be sure to get first place on "Most Metal Members" or whatever it's called... haha!!!)
  5. 1 point
    Thrashman

    What Are You Listening To?

    Shed The Skin ‎- We Of Scorn
  6. 1 point
    Abigor - Nachthymnen Slidhr - The Futile Fires Of Man Grey Heaven Fall - Black Wisdom
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    FatherAlabaster

    What Are You Listening To?

    One of the many highlights of 90s Finnish death metal.
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    Xardas

    Top 3 albums/eps of the week.

    This week i took the train back to: Helloween - Master of the Rings and after that: While Heaven Wept - Sorrow of the Angels and since i was in tilburg this weekend watching Ayreon perform Into the Electric Castle it should without a doubt be mentioned, even tho he has released other records I could go on about for hours. So that’s my 3 Albums/EPs for this week. cheers!
  10. 1 point
    MacabreEternal

    Hey! (Mats N/Xardas)

    Welcome Mats thank you for the sensible and informative intro. Hope you enjoy it here.
  11. 1 point
    FatherAlabaster

    Hey! (Mats N/Xardas)

    See folks? ^^^ This right here is how you introduce yourself and your band. Welcome to the forum. I would love to get to Wacken someday, although it seems like a pretty faint prospect at this point. 70000 Tons is another story, I don't think I could take being stuck on a boat with that many people for that long. Maybe it's just me, but it seems like small venues are disappearing everywhere. Our best place here in town just shut their doors recently. Makes it harder to keep a scene alive. Doom and gloom, the end of days, etc. Anyway, hope you enjoy the place.
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    @H34VYM3T4LD4V3 try to read this sentence quickly... I find it amazing (hope it works for you): I raed tihs sudty taht siad the haumn barin can siltl pcesros wdros as lnog as fsrit and lsat lteetrs are in the rhgit pcleass! LOL! (Ouch that hurt writing tho)... did it work for you too? For me it's when I take my time to try and analyze each word is when my ego starts to take over and my opinion starts getting in the way... truly amazing to me what the human brain is capable of that we still are trying to tap into. MAYBE it's possible that those who see your u/n as being too complicated are also trying to analyze it too hard(?) For some reason the first time I saw yours is embedded in my memory banks - it was just a passing glance and I read it perfectly but after I did a double look and started to "read" it I stumbled a bit! I love anything that is a challenge - makes for an interesting experience so you'll always have my vote for one of the most creative ways to post your u/n in here! Yea I dug up an old hard drive with some of my music library on it and found a bunch of animated .gifs I had saved years ago that I forgot about (the revolving eye on my profile).... I accidentally discovered that it could be used on my other profile in my friend's online radio station...hehe There's no better way to "become an attention whore" that to update your avatar to something animated...in a sea of stillness any motion captures the eye! Mine gets annoying tho it moves too quickly... I figured since I'm new here the extra help in getting exposed couldn't hurt... Replies like yours mean a lot to me in that I can tell you are a great person am I'm not as alone as I feel inside. EVERYONE here, like you mentioned, has been most awesome to interact with - especially the moderators whom I'm still trying to figure out how they keep us all in line! This site runs far deeper than I ever imagined!!! Much love to you and everyone else!!! ROCK ON, H34VYM3T4LD4V3!!! (YES, YES!! your u/n is so awesome bro!!! P.S. - I can't help but see Beavis & Butthead headbanging when I see your u/n for some reason!!! LOL) I have a pic to send u it was too large to attach.. I hyperlinked the image below...it's inside Pinterest website so not sure if link will work being that most times I go there they make you sign in... LMK if you don't get link to work... you'll know it when you do... hopefully will give you a chuckle or two! Enjoy bro!
  13. 1 point
    Xardas

    Sadauk - Melodic Metal from Sweden

    Hey Peeps! I just want to promote and rant about my band Sadauk a bit. Some info may be totally uninteresting for most of you but what the hell. The band formed back in 1996 and from that era we have 2 members left, vocalist Joppe and on Bass Dice. Before I joined the band Dice used to be the main composer/guitarist, but since he joined Starblind on Bass he wanted to continue on that path. In 2016 he came back to Sadauk after a 3 year absence when we asked him if he could record the bass for A New Dawn. Many of the songs on the album were his old songs that I had put my touch on based on old demos from the 90´s + some newer songs like Battle a God, Sage and Jester and Saling Away. As for me (Mats/Guitars) I joined the band back in January 2014 when it was more or less revived "for real" again after a long hiatus. The band was well known for me as I had met Joppe back in 2001 and got the first demo Theatre of War on cassette (released 1997). In the almost 6 years that we have been working on the future with Sadauk we have done a few but very successful gigs, the latest one at House of Metal festival in the north of sweden. Our debut album is not the typical album you can just listen to and get caught directly, it need time before it grows on you but it´s worth it (hopefully). I love reading reviews where they actually did listen to the album a few times and mention this. Right now we are working on A New Dawn Part II and the pre-production stage is almost done. I hope some of you will take the time to give our debut album a few spins, maybe you´ll like it, or hate it. As long as you give it a chance I´ll be more than happy. Sadauk @ Facebook Sadauk on Youtube: Sailing Away (Lyric Video) Battle a God (Lyric Video) Hourglass (Live 2018) On Tears of the Sun we have lead guest vocals from Mats - Ereb Altor / Isole. On As they Sleep behind the Horizon we have a guestsolo from Jesper Johansson (ex-Morifade) who also composed all the keys/fx on the album. Links for Streaming: Sadauk @ Spotify Sadauk @ Deezer Links to buy the album: Sadauk @ Itunes Sadauk @ Amazon Sadauk @ Pure Legend records Sadauk @ Nuclear Blast Store For anyone interested enough to get all the way down here. Some of our lyrics are in black speech, as is the name of the band. "Sadauk" means Charge!/Attack!. The drums on A New Dawn is recorded by none other than Henrik Åberg (Mörk Gryning, ex-Battlelust, ex-Cyanide, ex-Leprechaun, ex-Hellmasker, ex-Satariel, ex-Wombbath, ex-Overtorture (live), ex-Sectu (live), ex-Gates of Ishtar, ex-Incinerator, ex-Necromicon, ex-Slowgate) (links to Metal Archives). All the art for this album was made by Peter Bergting. The booklet is a 24 page version with art made for every song. It´s a common mistake for media to get the line-up wrong. Since Sadauk was a project when we entered the studio and converted more into a band after it was all finished it got a bit confusing. Sadauk Line-up when recording A New Dawn: (links to Metal Archives) Henrik Åberg Drums Daniel Tillberg Bass Joppe Crambert Vocals Mats Nehl Guitars Henrik Snickars Guitars Guests/Session: Jesper Johansson Keyboards, FX arrangements, Guitars (track 9) Therése Vocals Stefan Bass (tracks 8, 10) Henrik Åberg Drums Lennie Spetze Keyboards (track 1 (Intro) Additional personell: Peter Bergting Cover art Sverker "Widda" Widgren Mastering, Mixing, Recording (Wing Studios) Sadauk line-up 2019: Joppe - Vocals (1996 -->) Therése - Vocals (2016 -->) Daniel - Bass (1996 -->) Mats - Guitar (2014 -->) Hernan - Drums (2018 -->) Tracklisting for `A New Dawn´ released in December 2017 on Pure Legend Records. 1. Overture - Ancient Lithdor 02:44 Show lyrics 2. Act 1 - Melhinis Death 05:39 Show lyrics 3. Act 2 - Cursed Land 05:49 Show lyrics 4. Act 3 - Battle a God 05:42 Show lyrics 5. Epitaph - Funeral Among Roses 02:00 Show lyrics 6. Posterity - Eleannas Prophecy 03:48 Show lyrics 7. Vikingagillets kväde 01:03 Show lyrics 8. Sailing Away 04:53 Show lyrics 9. As They Sleep Behind the Horizon 07:39 Show lyrics 10. Tears of the Sun 03:17 Show lyrics 11. Who Is King in Paradise 05:36 Show lyrics 12. Hourglass 04:21 Show lyrics 13. Sage and Jester 06:58 Show lyrics Total running time: 59:29 Songs 1-6 is part of the "A New Dawn" story and the rest is just mixed standalone songs. The story will continue with the same principle on the next album. For those confused regarding what Vikingagillets Kväde, it is an intro for Sailing Away. Title in English: The Viking Feasts Poem An ode to Odin Translated Lyrics: To our fathers and to beer In the moonlight the wolves howl And the raven fly over father´s stone Before our journey, a feast for Greybeard We raise our horn for the good of Æsir If I would give a short note on each song it would look something like this: 1, Ancient Lithdor: Intro made by our old keyboardist Lennie Spetze (check out his band Havamal..!!), I guess the intro builds up one to believe they are up for a epic power metal journey. Well, you couldn´t be more wrong haha. Even if it can be epic at times the first song gives you a punch straight in the guts all the way up until Therése starts singing. 2, Melhínis Death: I always thought this song was a bit too heavy and "slow" to have as the first song on the record, but it seems to have been liked by many and after all it is the first song in the story (and also the first song Sadauk ever wrote back in 1996) This song has some Black Speech that can confuse people since it goes back and forth between that and English. 3, Cursed Land: An old favourite and one of the few songs with no female vocals. Lots of fun riffs to play and some elements where Joppe talks instead of screaming. 4, Battle a God: While recording this song I really went all in with the guitars during some parts. Details most people won´t probably even hear but it was great fun to record. In this song Therése has a bigger role. 5, Funeral Among Roses: For the recording of this little epitaph we went to a beautiful church where they had a big organ, and the guy playing it is a freemason. No clicktrack was used and we did this in just a few takes. Theréses vocals are completely improvised, we just gave her the words and asked her to mess around a bit. 6, Eleanna´s Prophecy: This was a song that I had made a few months before we went in to the studio and I was uncertain if it would fit Sadauk, but when Joppe heard the demo he was blown away so there was no chance of it not being on the record. This is also one of the songs where only Joppe handles the vocals. 7, Vikingagillets Kväde: This is the intro to Sailing Away, we actually recorded this live in the studio while celebrating Sadauks 20th birthday in April 2016. So we were like 10-15 people drinking and yelling in the studio while Joppe spoke his lines. One guy was to drunk and missed the recording session since he was puking outside the facility at that moment. 8, Sailing Away: This has always been a favourite song for me, a bit folkish in the sound. We first had the intention of having Johan Hegg on vocals but unfortunately he did not have the time to do this so Joppe did it himself, and if you listen closely you will hear a clean voice dubbing Joppes voice, this is Daniel (our bassplayer). On this song our old bassplayer Stefan Östlund jumped in on session, he´s a great bassplayer so you can hear some cool stuff in it. 9, As they sleep behind the Horizon: I never liked this song much at all and was one of the opposers of it being on the record. It´s a song from the 90s and I just thought it sounded like crap. But as the other ones did not agree with me I had to first learn and interpret it and during that process I came to like it a lot. I made the outro-thing I just for shitz and giggles to mess with the others but it turned out that they liked it and wanted to keep it like that. Another fun thing is that while Jesper was arranging the keys for this song he told me there were a perfect place in the song for a guitarsolo, and my response was of course "Great, record a solo then". That´s how and why he came to play the solo. 10, Tears of the Sun: Back in 1998 Sadauk recorded a demo (unreleased) called "Tears of the Sun" and the title track I really, really liked. This was a song that no one else in the band really wanted to have on the new album but that was out of the question for me so I got them to record it anyway and it turned out great. When I sent the song to Mats (Ereb Altor / Isole) for him to record the vocals it was stripped down to only drums and guitars. I also did not give him the original demo to listen to since I wanted him to do something different with it and the outcome was in my ears amazing and so different from the original. 11, Who is King in Paradise: This was the first song I wrote to Sadauk and I still think it´s one of the best songs I´ve ever written. The chaos in the ending is orchestrated by our singer Joppe with guests like Mike (Stormburner) and no other than myself on vocals. If I remember correctly it should be (in order) Therése, Rodde, Mike, Mats (me), Jesper/Daniel, Snickars, Emil, Joppes kids, Joppe. 12, Hourglass: Starts like a nice ballad and change gears to the darker side. Really fun song to play live. 13, Sage and Jester: This song was the one I thought would be liked the most by our audience, but it seems it´s often overlooked. Vocals are handled by Therése, Daniel and Joppe. The outro is a fun thing we did in the studio just to close the album. Thats all I can think of right now, I might update this post frequently.
  14. 1 point
    LaughsInHidden

    Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister

    Just a little over two years ago, the world suddenly became a much quieter place...
  15. 1 point
    Requiem

    Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister

    Melbourne, so not exactly in your neighbourhood! Yeah, I’m sorry I’ll never get to see him either. I had no real desire in the past, but as I get older he seems to represent something more and more important to me. Booze and cigarettes. But seriously, attitude, wit and independence.
  16. 1 point
    TilDeathDoUsBarf

    Favorite NWOBHM bands?

    Witchfinder General, Diamond Head, Satan and Iron fucking Maiden. Witchfinder General gets extra points for having hilarious tracks championing alcohol and drug usage and having babes with beautiful tits on their album covers. Some say God, some say faith I say sex, drugs, rock and beer My beeee-UH (ee-uh ee-uh ee-uh) So awesome...
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    Kilian_Leon

    What Are You Listening To?

    "Rainbow Mirror" for sure. Not his most accesible record but in my opinion his best one and since you already know PE it should be easy listen for you. I also recommend his album "Frozen Niagara Falls" which is leaning more towards Death Industrial but its a total masterpiece. Dominick is pure genius man
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    Balor

    What Are You Listening To?

    I have never listened to Prurient before, but have heard them mentioned a lot. Any recommendations on where to start with them?
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    My experience is really special to me... it was fall in 2000 I was working outside of my normal area remodeling a house and while I work my music is always ON & as LOUD as permissible and back then I was self employed so as long as my customer/home owner wasn't on site the neighbors never needed wondering what I was playing...LOL Anyway, I was playing some of my better quality LIVE Hendrix shows when the plumber showed up...we hit it off from the beginning... you know when you just meet someone for the first time and you feel like you've known each other forever... after talking and a couple service visits later my new friend, Dave, invited me over to his house to "hang out" although he was very skeptical as he told me he never had people over... when I got there it was a very old run down farm house and a lot of the windows were boarded up... the guy's dying mother was in the living room (she loved being around people) and all this guy could do was keep apologizing to me about his house - I think he was embarrassed... I don't know if I ever convinced him or not I wasn't there to judge nor did any of that change my opinion on my new friend... THEN IT STARTED...the floor above started to rumble and the entire house was moving.. so we made our way upstairs and his son's band was just starting to practice.. these kids were from 8yr old to 11yr old and they were playing Pantera's Revolution Is My Name that was just released the spring before on Reinventing The Steel! These kids were rough at times but when one would hang up on a note the others would carry the band and coach each one through it... in all they were really amazing especially being so young! The love in that house was running VERY strong and their openness to adopt me in as one of their own was truly touching to me, and still is.. up until then I listened to more classic rock and some jam bands.... after hearing those kids and seeing how strong they were as a group especially Dave's son how he was cranking those pedals to his kick drums will forever be etched in my memory like it was yesterday. Ever since then every person I've met that is a huge METAL fanatic surely appears gruff/hard on the outside but once the bond is made every single person has only shown me the brotherhood and love that I've gotten no where else. Same goes here... for the short while I've been poking around and messing up posting things in the wrong areas I've really been met with acceptance and understanding. Thank you MF! The other reason this story is so special to me... geez this hard to write... is that Dave was killed the following year driving home by a fucking piece of shit drunk driver who apparently drove away from the scene leaving him to die alone in his truck. I'm sorry for anyone who finds comfort in excessively drowning in alcohol... i don't mean to offend... I drink on occasion and think anyone has the right to do whatever they want in their homes.. just don't come out and inflict their inability to control themselves and to pose harm on innocent people - my destiny is MY OWN to live/follow!!! I just can't stand that drug anymore it's by far the strongest and worst thing to abuse. One of my roommates even died from cirrhosis of the liver... at the ripe age of 46yr old! WTF!!! My Aunt drank herself into a coma.. I have tons more examples I'll spare ya - this post getting too long and I'm sure you get the point. I've lost a lot of friends to the streets/drugs and honestly most of those lost were somewhat no surprises considering their destructive lifestyles... in my experiences it's been those killed by alcohol that have ravaged my heart the most as it's been the doing by someone else's sheer negligence. AND IT'S LEGAL!!! Sorry this got me a little emotional as I've never shared this with anyone and usually like to keep these sort of things repressed. Every time I think about it I find it's hard to hold back the tears.... but I'm stuck in this "hell" (somehow) so I've got to learn how to let go better focus on celebrating the spirits of those who've I lost along the way. This isn't a rehearsal folks!!! Never let anything go unsaid or tell those close to your hearts what they mean to you because you never know when's the last time you'll have that chance. In honor of Dave I'd like to post this video so if you have time please watch in Dave's memory. If only you guys could have met him you'd feel as strongly about all of this as I have been. R.I.P. Dave!!! Loved you like a brother and you opened up my world to the strongest type of music on the planet! (R.I.P. to Dimebag & Vinnie too!) BTW - those kids NAILED that MASSIVE transition around 3:01 into the song!!
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    RelentlessOblivion

    What's on your mind?

    Oh another thing on my mind: I'm going to have the opportunity to have some stuff professionally recorded through the place I do my guitar and singing lessons. Good thing too because I've got something that is pretty much ready to go and I'd like to pass around trying to put something together.
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    Necturion

    What's on your mind?

    On my mind today: After 2 cancelled gigs (as opener for Krisiun and Entrails) I'll be playing live finally again on Halloween. In a way it's good we play so late because we'll be able to print merch and CDs by then, not by the other gigs so it would have been another gig for nothing but exposure and 50€, would've loved to meet either of the bands though. Our first gig received positive reception and we were asked for merchandise numerous time that evening, so hopefully we'll be able to collect some cash for a small tour outside the country sometime or a full length release.
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    RelentlessOblivion

    What's on your mind?

    It's been a decade for me, wouldn't be overstating things to say that music quite literally saved my life. I'm just going to leave it there since I'm in an ok place right now and thinking about certain things really scares me. Anyway on my mind: I got paid finally! Backpaid for 2 months worth of work AND got the documents I needed for my tax declaration. Still fucking hate this job though.
  23. 1 point
    par9noid

    Randy Rhoads

    Agreed! I used to work for this Custom Architectural Woodwork Company down in West Palm Beach, FL.. they got a custom build house in Leesburg, FL back in 2009 and it turns out the property was right next door to the Tour Bus driver's home along a private airstrip where Randy perished... as beautiful as the country side is around that area it was an eerie place! I read in an article that one of the last thing's Randy said to Ozzy was that he was going to kill himself with all the drinking and he better get straight!!! pretty ironic huh? Could you imagine how much that must have weighed on Ozzy too? Crazy how not much makes sense in this world... except "The Good Die Young" has yet to be unproven!
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    Kilian_Leon

    What Are You Listening To?

    Ramleh - Hole In The Heart Best power electronics band I've ever heard along with Whitehouse and Prurient
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    FatherAlabaster

    What Are You Listening To?

    Never heard of this, it sounds appealing.
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    MacabreEternal

    What Are You Listening To?

    Mizmor 'Cairn' Still blasting the fuck out of this.
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    I’m out at the moment, but is that the Green Jelly who did ‘Three Little Pigs’? I loved that song when I was 14. Don’t think I’ve heard it since. Cool that you gave ‘Prequelle’ a listen. I first heard it in a plane and wasn’t impressed. Takes context I guess. As for your blasphemy regarding ‘Goodbye to Romance’ I’m utterly outraged !!! All of Ozzy’s slow songs are brilliant, with the exception of ‘Dreamer’ which I hate. ‘Life Wont Wait’ is one of my favourite songs (on a shite album I’ll admit!). I’ll check out your recommendations.
  28. 1 point
    Raven - Extermi-Nation Saxon - Sacrifice Motorhead - Aftershock
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    @ Balor, thanks for warm welcome! I should have taken pics last house I lived in but didn't get around to it... those days I was married and during those years I was drawn away from my collection... "honey-do" distractions...LOL Recently I've relocated from West Palm Beach, FL up to outside of Richmond, VA area and most everything I still own is in storage while I'm staying with family that is struggling with cancer to help out while I figure out where I'm going to work next!! At least I had converted a boat load into digital medium like FLAC and MP3 that is what I'm finding joy in while at family's house... also, you'll have to stop by the radio station I've included as part of my signature.... WOW they have EVERYTHING covered within the several metal stations... a bunch of GREAT guys too!!! I'll start a separate post to talk more about that as I know this is merely and introduction place... Thanks again for the immediate welcome, brother! I hope you're able to have an amazing weekend wherever and whatever you're getting into...
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    Thrashman

    Your Artwork

  31. 1 point
    Athame

    What Are You Listening To?

    R.E.M - Out Of Time
  32. 1 point
    H34VYM3T4LD4V3

    What Are You Listening To?

    Saxon - Made In Belfast
  33. 1 point
    H34VYM3T4LD4V3

    What's on your mind?

    Have a great time! My Mum and I bought the last two tickets to a Saxon concert in Manchester, absolutely stoked 😁😁
  34. 1 point
    H34VYM3T4LD4V3

    What Are You Listening To?

    Saxon - Taking Your Chances
  35. 1 point
    H34VYM3T4LD4V3

    Hello \m/

    Hey @rakestein welcome to the forum, hope you enjoy it here kiddo I second this notion, so fun and convenient and a lot of good games, playing Worms WMD and Pokemon Lets Go more than anything at the moment, and of course Smash now that flipping Banjo and Kazooie are on it
  36. 1 point
    H34VYM3T4LD4V3

    New Purchases/Acquisitions

    Been buying a lot of Cds lately, Black Sabbath - The Eternal Idol (Deluxe) Seventh Star Bruce Dickinson - Chemical Wedding Tyranny Of Souls Dio - Holy Diver Last In Line Sacred Heart Dream Evil Lock Up The Wolves Judas Priest - Angel Of Retribution Nostradamus Lucifers Friend - Banquet Motorhead - Snake Bite Love Overnight Sensation Hammered We Are Motörhead Thin Lizzy - Chinatown Thunder and Lightning Tygers Of Pan Tang - Tygers Of Pan Tang UDO - Steelfactory Mission No X Mastercutor Rev-Raptor Man And Machine Holy Venom Inc - Avé
  37. 1 point
    Parker

    What's on your mind?

    Well, about to get married in 3 hours. Wish me luck, or something.
  38. 1 point
    Necturion

    Records, CDs, or MP3s?

    @Requiem I'd rather rip them to FLAC. You get almost no noticable compression and you really start noticing a difference once you get used to the FLAC format.
  39. 1 point
    Thrashman

    Who is a Tool fan?

    I'm looking forward to the new album a lot
  40. 1 point
    Thrashman

    Best sodom songs?

    Finally got into Persecution Mania. Couldn't tell you why it's taken me this long.
  41. 1 point
    Thrashman

    Your Artwork

    A new one.
  42. 1 point
    You might like 3rd And The Mortal. Their singer has an unearthly voice and the atmosphere on "Sorrow" is perfect for a winter morning. For clean male vocals in this kind of doom, the first thing that I think of is My Dying Bride's classic "The Angel And The Dark River". Most of their stuff features harsh vocals but this album and the one after it are (almost) all clean singing. Another band that comes to mind is Isole. Their album "Bliss Of Solitude" is my favorite. It has a little bit of growling here and there but the focus is always on the clean vocals, and this guy's voice is phenomenal: I'm moving this to the doom section, there are some threads here that might have more of interest to you. Most of what I like the best has harsh vocals, but if I think of anything else, I'll share it. I'm sure Requiem and True Belief would have some thoughts here.
  43. 1 point
    Parker

    Favorite NWOBHM bands?

    I second Angel Witch, and agree that Judas Priest, Venom, and Motorhead are not NWOBHM. Here's a couple cool NWOBHM albums: Diamond Head - Lightning to the Nations Tank - Filth Hounds of Hades
  44. 1 point
    BlutAusNerd

    Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister

    There's a lot of truth to this, but music is very personal, and the attachment that we feel to it and the artists that create it can feel a bit like a friendship. I see both sides of it, but I think Lemmy would appreciate some decorum and just having some sex, drugs, and rock n roll in his honor rather than mourning. Sent from my HTCD160LVW using Tapatalk
  45. 1 point
    Fjara

    Ian 'Lemmy' Kilmister

    I miss him too. edit.. I loved the Young Ones episode with Motorhead, was awesome
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  47. 1 point
    Lee Truerock

    \m/ JUDAS PRIEST! \m/

    So many masterpieces.... But for me, i think Before the Dawn is the best ballad ever !
  48. 1 point
    FatherAlabaster

    Deicide

    Legion rules. I'd take that over the self titled any day.
  49. 1 point
    Motorhead, when I was five years old
  50. 1 point
    khaos

    Who is a Tool fan?

    Re: Tool......Progressive or Alternative?? I'd say neither, Tool is Tool. their genre should be called Tool. 10.000 Days is one of my favourite records,
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