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Sterre

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  • Birthday 06/10/1995

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    Dutch - 26
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    Utrecht, The Netherlands
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    METAL - reading - watching movies

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  1. Right now: - Amenra - Wiegedood - Cult of Luna - Winter - Gojira
  2. Wiegedood - Noblesse Oblige Richesse Oblige
  3. The most delicious sambal is from Surinam in my opinion. Sambal is very common in lots of food cultures, Asian, Middle Eastern. In The Netherlands, we have lots of Indonesian food (Indonesia was a Dutch colony once) and lots of Surinam food, so sambal is quite common here too. You can eat it with so much more than just asian food though. I noticed! You can also easily make it yourself. You just need some red peppers, a madame jeannet pepper, garlic, onion, ketjap manis (do you guys have that?), sugar, oil.
  4. Peanut butter in combination with sambal is also really good! Try it
  5. I was thinking about bands more in the line of Epica or Within Temptation, or is that more symphonic?
  6. Mother Earth - Within Temptation
  7. I am from the Netherlands (don't call it Holland though, that's only a small part of The Netherlands) and sprinkles are definitely a breakfast thing, especially with combination with peanutbutter.
  8. If you find these kind of things interesting, you could look up Igorrr. This artist plays almost every instrument you can think of and mixes metal with classical music, jazz, klezmer, break core and trip pop. Me personally, had never heard such music and I found it eye opening. Moriemur sounds interesting, will definitely check it out! Also very curious to hear Abyssic. I'm not very familiar with the underground metal artists, but very willing to learn, so thanks for all your input! I liked track 7 too! Very nice closer, they definitely thought their album through.
  9. I liked Incendiaire most. It is the second last track. Well symphonic metal uses a lot of the same elements as classical music, such as choirs, cello's, standing basses, violins etcetera. The tritone (a musical dissonant interval consisting of three whole steps) is also used quite a bit in classical music as well as metal and there a a lot of metal guitarists that were influenced by classical music, such as Yngwie Malmsteen, Marty Friedman, Jason Becker and Eddy Van Halen. But enough of my music lesson Lo Fi and post rock also share some stuff in common, both like to play with musical sound scapes and both genres want to focus on the vibe/atmosphere. You can look up If These Trees Could Talk (postrock) and God is an Astronaut (postrock) Bark Psychosis and Caspian. Let me know what you think! And if you can think of more artists like Slow, I will be grateful!
  10. Just wanted to say that this album is mindblowing. I really liked it! Belgian band:)
  11. I went to a few operas, such as La Traviata, Die Dreigroschenoper, Carmina Burana and Carmen and I liked it! I also always say that metal and classical music aren't that far apart... Cool that you liked AmenRa, if you want to dig deeper, then you can check out Wiegedood too. There are a few members of AmenRa that also play in that band (black metal instead of doom). I like atmospheric music, I also listen to lo fi music, a very atmospheric kind of music (if you are interested: check out "nuages - dreams") and atmospheric instrumental post-rock, such as If These Trees Could Talk and God is an Astronaut. I'm gonna check out Slow - Dantalion! Thanks for all the recommendations, I really appreciate it.
  12. I really like the slow burn and how the album is constructed. I actually also listen to quite a bit of classical music (even opera) and Moonlight Sonata was my favorite classical pieces when I was young, so I liked it! Noctu is really creative. What did you think of the Dutch bands? They're not as rough/heavy as many other bands, but I do like them and their shows. I really like the slow burn and how the album is constructed. I actually also listen to quite a bit of classical music (even opera) and Moonlight Sonata was my favorite classical pieces when I was young, so I liked it! Noctu is really creative. What did you think of the Dutch bands? They're not as rough/heavy as many other bands, but I do like them and their shows.
  13. I play the bass, double bass and piano, but I don't play metal very often. I seem to gravitate towards jazz when I'm playing music, I think because jazz is just so nice to play on my bass.
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