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  • Birthday 05/30/1990

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    Cycling, Metal

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  1. Treest - Scapegoats (2024) [Germany] Solid, albeit predictable, doom tinged death metal. It’s fine though.
  2. I’d sooner go deaf then subject myself too such a show.
  3. I liked Cabin in the Woods, but I do tend to avoid most of the meta-horror. You’re right though very few horror films these days get me genuinely excited about the genre.
  4. I’m with Orca here, I actually think it’s an issue with many modern horror films, they have an interesting concept, and maybe have a dozen cool scenes, but the overall package is less than impressive. Now, I know it’s not realistic to expect modern horror to be pumping out new films, the quality of the exorcist, the thing, Blair, witch, project, scream, nightmare on Elm Street, etc, but I also don’t think it’s too much to ask we get at least one movie every couple of years that isn’t a convoluted mass.
  5. Mum’s made it abundantly clear that we’d have to drag her kicking and screaming if we wanted to put her in a retirement home once she reaches that age, so that definitely isn’t an option. With that being said, I don’t need to worry about that any time soon.,
  6. Desperate Eclipse - Inner Ruin (2024) [Germany] minimalist Funeral Doom, think disEMBOWELMENT
  7. That’s exactly the problem I’m running into, frustrating as all hell when the riffs I’m writing are palm mute heavy.
  8. That’s how I felt about that variety when I tried one recently. Safe to say there’s better reds out there.
  9. That sounds like more hassle than it’s worth. Honestly, I’ve got a pretty clear idea the sort of tone I’m looking for though and I’m just not getting it with my current set up. Truth Be Told, I’m about halfway there, but i’d probably be better off, playing around with my amp, a little more, if anything, I’m just getting frustrated because I can’t quite seem to capture the feel I’m going for.
  10. I’m wondering if replacing the EMG active 83 neck pick up on my Dean with a Bareknuckle, maybe the aftermath, and keeping the EMG 85 body pick up might give me a little more of the versatility I’m after. I’ll have to head into a guitar store and play around with some of the bare knuckles I think.
  11. This is something for me to consider now that I’m starting to write my own stuff. I don’t mind the EMGs in the Dean i’m using as my main guitar, although sometimes it gives me some weird crackling feedback, I’ve taken it to be repaired twice without much luck, resolving that issue would be great.
  12. Vietnamese iced coffee, the best kind of iced coffee if you ask me
  13. Sanguine Imperator - I Am Death (2024) {USA} Death Metal with elements I like, and others I don’t for now I’m sitting on the fence and saying it’s too early to know if I like it or not.
  14. That’s more or less, where I’m at with Pantera these days as well, and most of the other bands that got me hooked on metal in the first place.
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