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  1. Hey guys. I'm developing my basic false cord skills. Looking for some band/project, to collaborate online with, on a song or 2, to try out my voice on for fun/experience. I can try to sing some clean too if that is what you're looking for
  2. Apart from Demilich, and a bunch of melodeath bands like Insomnium, I am not really versed on the best of Finnish Death Metal. I do know they are known to kind of have their own sound. Call it core DM, not melodeath or death/doom (Hooded Menace). What do you think the top 10 must hear Finnish DM albums are? Thought I'd create a thread to discuss.
  3. Hello everyone! i wanted to share the first EP of my band Eye Of Fenris. hope you like it https://eyeoffenris.bandcamp.com/album/let-the-blood-flow
  4. So, idk where else this should go, but i am getting a hamster (so metal, ikr) and i am seeking some badass names for him! Can be name of a death metal singer/band/song. I havent came up with anything and i was hoping that yall could give me some ideas!
  5. ⚔️Death/Thrash-metal attack from the ashes of Kyiv, Ukraine VISIT US AT Bandcamp: https://terrorscum.bandcamp.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrorscum666/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Terroscum
  6. Hello everyone. Novichoke is a Russian black/death metal band named after chemical weapon, which has become synonymous with political assassinations. On the one hand, this name emphasizes the venomous sound of the project, on the other hand – anti-authoritarian political views. The first demo "Wounds" is inspired by cavernous death and war metal bands, but I wanted to create something particularly ugly and insane by adding a noisecore vibes. This EP is about hopelessness and trauma. I also wanted to draw attention to the problem of torture in Russia. In particular, the title track tells of the inglorious end of the executioner, who was abandoned by the government and found himself alone with his wounds. Bandcamp All links to streaming platforms and socials are on Bandlink. The cover is a painting by the extremely talented artist Luis Perez Banus – you can find him here: https://www.instagram.com/perezbanus/ The sound from the wall of noise was created by Andrea Lenoci (it wasn't easy because of the method of recording guitars): https://www.instagram.com/andrea_molrec/ I would be grateful for any feedback and happy to answer questions. If you need a code for Bandcamp, write about it in the comments or a private message. Spasibo.
  7. How to celebrate the lifting of most of the corona measures! Bought tickets today!! Ridiculous line up! https://www.stonehengefestival.nl/
  8. Hyperboreus is a Ukraine-based progressive death metal band. Debut album “Fighting with God” is released on August 29, 2021. Detailed review - https://kronosmortusnews.com/2021/09/09/hyperboreus-fighting-with-god-out-now/ Genres: progressive death metal, technical death metal, math metal Available on following platforms: https://hyperboreus.hearnow.com/
  9. Dissonance has been popping up in some extreme metal (and hardcore) for decades, but the past few years have seen a lot of bands embrace dissonance as a defining feature of their music. Whether these groups come from a death metal or black metal background, I hear a good bit of stylistic convergence going on, so I'd like to gather them under one big disgusting umbrella here and post some links. A lot of this music is intentionally, almost perversely impenetrable, and isn't well-suited for casual listening; if that sounds appealing, awaken your inner masochist and dive in. In the spirit of maximum disorientation (or because I'm impulsive and lazy?), I've posted these in no particular order. I have several more bands to add to this thread when I have time, but feel free to post anything else that fits. ____ Gorguts - "Obscura": from late '90s Canada comes one of the essential founding documents of dissonant death metal. This album (their third full-length) was a bold shift away from tradition for Gorguts, and at the time it was very much an outlier. Brazenly fragmentary blasts, sickly churning grooves, gloomy melodies, haggard and frantic yelling, what's not to love? Gorguts - "Pleiades' Dust": I have to give Gorguts another entry here. The brilliant "Pleiades' Dust" is Gorguts back in their prime with a new lineup, eighteen years after the release of "Obscura". It's not as consistently aggressive as their earlier material, but the common thread is apparent; intricate musicianship, rich atmosphere, and refined, dynamic songwriting show a band eager to push their own boundaries. Ulcerate - "Destroyers Of All": Hailing from New Zealand, this band has been at the forefront of dissonant DM for nearly a decade, putting their stamp on the genre with twisted guitar lines and almost inhumanly complicated drumming, offering long and dismal songs that create a sense of slow, brooding menace despite remaining in nearly constant motion. This album is the one that drew me in, and it's still the one I enjoy the most, with drawn-out melodic ideas and post-metal textures reminiscent of later Isis. Deathspell Omega - "Fas - Ite, Maledicti, In Ignem Aeternum": another one of the most influential bands in the style, this French black metal band is consistently jarring, abrasive, and chaotic, with excellent musicianship. Plebeian Grandstand - "False Highs, True Lows": while we're in France, this group should appeal to DSO fans; I could use the same adjectives to describe them. Tons of energy and aggression on display, with a bit of a hardcore edge at times. Apparently this album was recorded live, which is very impressive to me. Ad Nauseam - "Nihil Quam Vacuitas Ordinatum Est": an Italian band with a lot of similarities to Gorguts and Deathspell Omega, with vocals that often remind me of Marten Hansen (of A Canorous Quintet/October Tide). They've found their own voice in this style, and their energy and dedication to songcraft is obvious; this album manages to be complex and brutal while remaining consistently enjoyable. Mitochondrion - "Parasignosis": dark, murky black/death from Canada, with swirling guitar lines and a vibe that's somehow both hypnotic and pummeling. Portal - "Outre": Remember that time you got hit by an earthquake in the middle of a sandstorm? Almost the definition of murk, this Australian group offers very little to grab onto, basically forcing you to live this record from moment to moment. Abyssal - "Novit Enim Dominus Qui Sunt Eius": black/death with fragmentary, bludgeoning riffs that are more involved than the overall dark and distorted sound might suggest, conjuring both anger and a sense of melancholy. There's a lot going on here if you dig for it. This album and their debut are fantastic, although I found myself underwhelmed by their latest. Jute Gyte - "Night Is The Collaborator Of Torturers" (from the album "Discontinuities"): microtonal experimental black metal, a solo effort from the impossibly prolific American musician Adam Kalmbach. Unique, unsettlingly bent guitar parts that inhabit an uncanny valley of almost-recognizable tunefulness, with tortured screams that recall Rainer Landfermann's classic performance on "Dictius Te Necare". Most of Jute Gyte's albums are available as name-your-price downloads on Bandcamp; my personal favorites are this one, "Vast Chains", "Verstiegenheit", and "Isolation", but take the plunge for yourself. Krallice - "Ygg Huur": a group of musicians truly on their own path, NYC's Krallice combine discordant riffs with snatches of broken melody and intuitive but precise shifts in meter and tempo to create an immersive journey for anyone who's willing to follow along. The organic sound, melodic sensibility, and passion of black metal with the technical accuracy and structural flexibility to which death metal often aspires. This was recorded live, and watching them perform it live remains a highlight for me. Zhrine - "Unortheta": another phenomenal live act. I was unprepared for how crisp and powerful they would sound; I don't think this recording quite does them justice. Hailing from Iceland, they play an atmospheric and moody brand of blackened DM reminiscent of Ulcerate, but more accessible, with more of a focus on melody and groove. EDIT - full album stream got taken down, here's the opening track. Setentia - "Darkness Transcend": these guys are another group that could accurately be described as "like a more accessible and melodic Ulcerate", and as a result (especially since they're also from New Zealand), I think they tend to be overshadowed. That's a shame. This album has its own voice, apparent in their melodic sense as well as their songwriting style, despite obvious textural similarities. The work and energy they put in shine through. Mortichnia - "Heir To Scoria And Ash": a gloomy Irish group. Melody-driven but discordant post-black metal with pained shrieks, lumbering bass, and crushing atmosphere. Skaphe - "Skaphe 2": Originally from America but now apparently based in Iceland, this duo plays cavernous yet suffocatingly dense black metal shot through with atonal, delay-drenched leads and ghastly howls. Patterns resolve only to disappear, and somehow it remains captivating throughout.
  10. The debut album by Death Defy, a death metal band from Belarus, includes 3 cover songs of Sepultura, Six Feet Under and Amon Amarth and 3 self-composed tracks. Free download at Bandcamp https://deathdefy.bandcamp.com/album/portal-to-immortals Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks for listening!
  11. I'm a fairly experienced vocalist (though I e never toured) and I've just released a solo deathcore project 2 months ago called Avocyn. As much as I like the freedom to write my own stuff, I'd love nothing more than to find the perfect band to be a part of. It doesn't matter to me if we are in the same location or not, I have to ability to record anything you'd need from me. I'd prefer to stay on the heavier, more modern side of metal, but I'm open to other projects. I can sing and do false chord screams and growls. Messagee directly if you would like to hear more from me!
  12. Welcome to all metalheads and rockers from all around the world. I'd like to share my channel where I perform drums cover from rock to metal music with a web application called "Virtual Drumming" which allow to play drums with a keyboard. This project is something which I do for fun in the free time so please don't consider the performance much seriously. I'd like to meet people who enjoy these kind of music and to spend good time together. I hope you will enjoy the channel, if you like, please let me know and I hope you will have fun! 🤘 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQP_xmgJQsabKjcmLw-4FlA/videos
  13. Freshly released lyric video from swedish death metal band ENVIG. Full album release will follow later this year. Follow the band on social media for news.
  14. Summoned to DIe is looking for a drummer for an upcoming album. Main influences from the band are mostly old school death metal bands (Death, Cannibal Corpse, Deicide, Obituary, Morbid Angel and so on). The band is currently signed to a distribution deal (not a record deal...yet) You can find the first album on all streaming platforms. Rest assured, the next album will be MILES better than the previous, with better and more brutal material as the members have grown in skill in the previous years. We are looking for both part time and full time drummers, if you just want to sit in and be apart of the creation of this album, that is totally cool with us if you live in a different part of the world for example. Hoping for a response
  15. Hey! Hard rock and Heavy metal band patches (An official licensed patches) Slayer, Amon Amart, Death, Sabaton, Deicide, Accept, Disturbed, Immortal and MORE Check out Here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Things2goCrazy4?ref=search_shop_redirect
  16. Hello, me and the lead guitarist for our band have just encountered a major problem, our drummer quit. So we are looking for a drummer and that plays Thrash/Death metal. Our band, Deviation, has been around since August of 2020 in the city of Plano, TX. Erik S. Is rythm guitar and vocals, Austyn B. is lead guitar. We NEED TO meet in a public place BEFORE the first band meet. Our insperations are: Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth, Pantera, Obituary, Death, ect. We are looking for people who will hopefully be commited to the band. We hope to someday play gigs and record an album or two, but for now, we are looking for members who fit in. Extra info: We are looking for people between the ages of 14-18, with experience with your insturment. The drummer needs to be able to do some double bass.
  17. FFO: Cattle Decapitation , Nile, Depths Of Hatred, The Crimson Armada Servants Of Alamin, Second single taken from the upcoming album "Withering". Lyrics: A call from all signs A call to unite all mankind A call around the world upon Him As He is the Lord of Alamin Open hands and palms facing the sky Shall bear witness to all ninety-nine names Words of syukur denote five times a day, A mu'jizah that leads to jannah. Seeking refuge only from one O human that are against Nafs Or is that never enough? Shall bear witness to all ninety-nine names Words of syukur five times a day, A mu'jizah that leads to jannah. Kneel yourself before Him Pledge yourself unto Him From the day as we drop as an alaqah To the day as we buried as janazah The ending is the only beginning Other new releases; | World Of Nifaq Music Videos; Mahsyar (2015), The V Sense (2018), Uphold Thy Rule (2018), Day of Reckoning (2018), Social Media; Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Stream; Bandcamp | Spotify
  18. Hello, I am looking to work on some vocals for any deathmetal/deathcore group. I've been practicing metal vocals for around 4(ish) years now along with lyric writing. Clean singing is not my cup of tea and honestly can't do it very well either. I also have a 'solo' project I've been dabbling with for around 6 months now, I would love to work on it along with anything else other project you have in mind. I have a somewhat "Professional" setup, but definitely could use some upgrading and will be upgrading overtime. With COVID being a thing right now ideally it would be best for something online/file sharing. Here's a link with some of my practice https://www.instagram.com/p/CGhEzdGl39X/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Feel free to hit me up!
  19. Hello, I have recently put out my first release, which is a three-track EP titled "Birth". If you would like to give it a listen, then go ahead. If you like what you hear, consider following my Bandcamp and/or YouTube. If you have any feedback or comments, feel free to share them! Thank you! Bandcamp YouTube
  20. The Finnish death/grind band REFUSAL's second full length album 'Epitome of Void' will be released on 11th of January 2019 by Great Dane Records. The album will be released in CD and digital formats. There will be also a very limited C-cassette edition.The previous album 'We Rot Within' was released in 2016 by FDA Records.The first single from 'Epitome of Void': Cover art by Sakke Vinko https://www.facebook.com/refusalband/http://www.refusalband.com/https://www.facebook.com/GreatDaneRecords/
  21. Adversus from London, Ontario. FUCKING AMAZING live band saw them with Born of Osiris and Oceano not too long ago. https://open.spotify.com/album/4u63iSOzrwNFCljbMpIRYF
  22. its been quite a while since i've done any projects, and i'm getting back in to writing/recording. Could really use a drummer or even an electronic drum programmer who can write tracks using cubase or fruity loops or something like that...let me know if interested at all..This is really my biggest passion in life and i would absolutely love nothing more than to get some full tracks produced and see where it goes...( i guess i didnt mention, i'll be playing and recording guitar) Here's a track i did some time ago..I'm not the greatest drum programmer/writer and i've revised the song and made it way more tech..so this is old and just a draft, but you can still get some idea of my style i guess.. link: https://clyp.it/nbvi551b PLEASE message me if interested at all, im in USA by the way, but doesnt really matter.
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