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Everything posted by Saladbell42

  1. Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory (while at school) We Lost The Sea - Departure Songs (in the car)
  2. Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory Devin Townsend - Addicted! (yes, my music tastes stretch from Tool to Linkin Park)
  3. so very true. it would be like not knowing freddie mercury was gay
  4. Gojira - Magma Devin Townsend Project - Addicted
  5. More heavy Devy... Addicted! - Devin Townsend Project (actually listening to it right now!)
  6. Devin Townsend Project - Addicted!
  7. I can agree, Book Of Souls slaps, but Senjutsu has a different feel to the rest. Some may not like this new feel, but some love it.
  8. some idiots consider the red hot chili peppers metal, but i don't. hard question, actually, because you mentioned all the ones i know. i love protest the hero! also sorry for late response
  9. Tool - 10,000 Days The Mars Volta - Deloused in the Comatorium
  10. Tornado of Souls, easily. Victory and She-Wolf are great too.
  11. 5: Hooker With A Penis - 1:30 SO MUCH ENERGY! There is so much energy in this song. 4: Ticks and Leeches - 1:09 The first scream of the song is the best. It's so raw, and harsh, and... damn, I love it! 3: The Grudge - 6:59 This one is obviously iconic, but not the best. But still, the talent... 2: Eulogy - 7:57 This one gets me every damn time. It's just incredible. 1: Bottom - 5:52 There really isn't any other option for this one. I cry when I hear this sometimes.
  12. This is the Mars Volta's debut album in 2003. This is a pretty solid album all the way through. Inertactic Esp is insane, and Roulette Dares is one of my all time favourite songs. Drunkenship of Lanterns also vibes. But, it's so chaotic, it's sometimes a bit hard to listen to. Of course, that's their style, but it's a bit insane. Props for the cool packaging, though! Also, the deep theme of the concept album is pretty cool as well. It's about their friend and past band member who committed suicide. 7/10
  13. I have a Fender Squier P-Bass I got from my dad. I have a very low-budget practice amp and a big amp that I have never used, ever. I am saving up for a B1X FOUR Zoom effect pedal. So in conclusion, I have terrible gear lol.
  14. PTH is a Canadian progressive metalcore band. This is their second album, released in 2008, Fortress, which many consider their magnum opus. It's fantastic. With amazing vocals, which alternate between screaming and clean perfectly, and amazing instrumentation, it will thrash your head off. Bloodmeat, the fantastic opener, basically shows you what the whole dang album is. It's so damn fast, with a rhythm change every goddamn bar (not actually, but almost), and fantastic vocals, albeit slightly cheesy lyrics. I'm not going to go through every song, just the highlights. Sequoia Throne is also fantastic, and Bone Marrow, Palms Read, and The Dissentience are also bangers. My only criticism is the extremely fast pace, for THE WHOLE ALBUM. Not one slow song. Which makes it something that you wouldn't listen to while doing schoolwork, for example, because it demands so much attention. 8/10
  15. Ghost - Impera dropped earlier this year. abosutely amazing album. would reccomend.
  16. angry again slaps, and their cover of paranoid is actually really neat. also, no more mr. nice guy, what can you say?
  17. One that comes to the top of my head is Holy Mountains by SOAD. The emotion in that song gets me every time. Sober by Tool as well. The incredible vocals, the cool riffs, it's just such an incredible song.
  18. Lateralus - Tool Magma - Gojira
  19. Iron Maiden - Senjutsu The Mars Volta - Deloused in the Comatorium Tool - Lateralus heck yeah!
  20. For some, this is Tool's magnum opus. For me, it's most progressive album, but as you probably know, AEnima is my favourite album of all time. However, this album is phenomenal, a masterpiece of perfect production and magnificent songwriting. The Grudge is one of my favourite Tool songs. It's an amazing opener. The Patient is a very personal song for Maynard, and is an altogether great track. Schism is obviously their biggest hit, but it's also one of the most progressive tracks on the album, and one of the best. Parabol and Parabola make a perfect duo, and Parabola means a lot to me, because my dad used to sing it as a lullaby to me. Ticks and Leeches is wholly underrated. It's truly amazing. I have nothing else to say about it. Lateralus is my personal favourite of the album. The huge chorus, amazing solo, and just all around epicness really hits hard. Reflection is also super underrated. It's absolutely great. And Triad is an perfect instrumental, albeit the 2 minutes of silence at the end lol. In conclusion, this albums is absolutely stunning. It takes TONS of listens to appreciate fully, but you won't mind listening to it for hours on end because it's SO DAMN GOOD! 10/10
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