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  1. 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
  2. Despite not exploring Djent or Progressive/Post-metal before listening to this album, it is one of the bands that piqued my interest in this type of music. I'm very aware that Djent is, by some, considered a saturated and simple, almost laughable category of the metal scene, simply defined by low tunings and very mechanical start/stop instrumental patterns. This collides with my view on the genre since I consider that all genres have a more "mainstream" shell that helps the listener get an idea of what type of music they are listening to, Februus is so much more than what this shell could ever be described as and it is where Uneven Structure brought something new to the genre with their first full album release back in 2011. By trying to summarize the album very shortly, words such as Melancholy, Emptiness but also Fulfillment comes to mind. Almost all tracks of the album are presented with some beautiful ambiance, while still keeping grit of the 7 stringed guitars and heavily written instruments apparent and in focus. So what is this album, then? It may at first glance seem rather mundane and generic to the genre, but I would consider Februus a concept album that appeals to many different tastes. The vocals are a combination of low aggressive growls and beautiful, powerful cleans. The drums are complex but never fail to induce headbanging. The guitars are low tuned, playing chugging polyrhythmic Meshuggah-like parts together with complementing chords and ambiance to keep the riffs interesting. And lastly, the recorded bass does exactly what it is supposed to do, it fills out the musical space tying it all together. Each track of the album tells a different story, has a unique feeling to it and showers the listener in emotions. The album is built up in a way that encourages the listener to turn shuffle off, and just flow with the album from start to finish. More quiet and calm instrumental sections give the listener some breathing room between the heavier parts, and an instrumental "repetitive" track (done right) finishes the album off, leaving you with that sense of fulfillment after a rollercoaster of emotions. Uneven Structure do not write polyrhythmic music for the sake of it, it becomes apparent by listening to this album. The unnatural feeling of the "not 4/4" riffs contributes to the mood of the tracks, and never feels out of place. Although not all tracks are truly polyrhythmic, most of them have a different feeling than what "normal" 4/4 gives which keeps the entire album fresh and promotes itself to be listened to many times over. Small details in the instrumental parts make each listen unique, as you discover an additional guitar track that you didn't register on the first run-through of the album. To this day it is still one of my favorite albums of all time. Whenever I listen to this album, I can close my eyes on my bed and just disappear into the world of Februus, completely shutting out reality. The immersion of this album never ceases to pull me away to a different place and it becomes very apparent that Uneven Structure knows how to write appealing music that stands on its own. Februus will always be considered a masterpiece by me, because it is that good. FIMPEN This has been my first attempt at a review ever, and my goal is simply to share my music library with people and hopefully lead someone towards finding great music. Constructive criticism is encouraged. Thank you for reading.
  3. Link To My Channel: LORD THORGORATHHope nobody minds if I do a little self-promotion on here. Hard to getyour name out there nowadays....What's going on extreme brothers & sisters?!😈My name's Lord Thorgorath and I am a new YouTube vlogger.I was inspired by the likes of Jackass and Viva La Bam to start going on my own wild adventures in life and to spread ananarchistic free love-type message to the masses. All complete withplenty of extreme (and softer, more subtle) music choices 😎So....if anybody is interested in checking me out,click on the link posted ABOVE.If you don't like my content, that's fine, I still love you anyway \m/ I'm all about bringing people together despite personal differences.Let's all have a party!!
  4. Greetings, [4672] from Poland here, We'd like to say Hi to all fans of twisted, weird and mind bending metal, hope you guys heard our latest album [aether]? if not make sure to google us, spotify, iTunes or find us on other streaming platform, we're practically everywhere now, if you still can't find us then drop us an email, we'll try to reply same day depends on the time zone, for anyone interested in physical or digital media feel free to reach out as well, we can send you direct link to download as long as you share it with your mates! finally, we'd like to ask you for a favour, help us out in classifying our genre by dropping an email with some ideas! or simply saying what you like or don't about [4672], in return we'll send you our latest album in mp3 by wetransfer, fair? then we're waiting for your emails! in the mean time have a look at this: thanks dem4672[at]o2.pl
  5. Hey everyone! I'm new to the forum and wanted to share some of my mixing work. I'm currently offering a discount to mix your band's next single/album. I specialize in metalcore, death metal, deathcore, progressive, and doom. If you want lush ambient leads over low sludgy aggressive instrumentals, send me a message on here or email me at: [email protected] I have a base price of $100 per song, and $25 for post production/editing. Message me before the deal is up. I only have so many openings this next month. Here's some of my past work:
  6. Many people think that Djent is not a genre as such, but just a way a song can sound like, so a song can only sound "djenty", not be Djent. Do you agree? Why? If you do, what do you think bands like Meshuggah or Wide Eyes are?
  7. Hey guys! Ive just released my debut album. 14 twisted tracks for your ears. Really appreciate any feedback. http://fromthethicket.bandcamp.com/album/from-the-thicket
  8. Hey good people, I've been working on an album for my project From The Thicket. I know genre labels are always a point of contention but I'd say my work draws a lot from groove oriented bands (e.g. meshuggah, vildhjarta) and dissonant/strange death metal bands like Gorguts. The Album has 13 tracks completed, and I'm currently working on improving the production. I play guitar and bass, and use Ezdrummer for the drums. Its all mixed and mastered by me. I haven't got vocals on this one but I have used scream samples in parts and other voice samples, to fill that void. In the future I'd love to have a full band with a vocalist, however, right now its all about crafting a sound and seeing if I can generate interest. I've also made my own videos. I love making this stuff so I hope some of you guys enjoy it! For anyone wondering, the name is actually the meaning behind the name "Bruce". That was my father's name and he sadly passed away In March this year after a battle with cancer. This project is dedicated to him and I've included a few references to him/his illness in the song titles. From The Thicket Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_51cmaF6u4Lb-_yQ-WBhnA From The Thicket Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/fromthethicketnz From The Thicket Instagram https://www.instagram.com/fromthethicketnz
  9. https://open.spotify.com/album/6ZG1fpttDRy97i9FM4MXqK My first album has just dropped, the songs i am most happy with are Judge, Jury, Executioner, Dirty habit and Into The Forgotten The tuning was in drop E (Including the bass) not too sure if I might tune up for the next album, Hope you like it!
  10. Hello, guys! How's it going? My name is Nahuel Barbero. I'm the lead guitarist for a new solo project I'm starting in South Florida under the name Sentience. I am currently beginning this after my old band (Neuropath) broke up. I'm just here to say, anything you guys need, if you're in South Florida or not, I'm happy to help. I have great connections, studios, venues, anything to help you guys get on your feet as well. You can always email me at [email protected] or DM me at Facebook.com/sentienceband with any music needs. Thanks!
  11. Hello, guys! How's it going? My name is Nahuel Barbero. I'm the lead guitarist for a new solo project I'm starting in South Florida under the name Sentience. I am currently beginning this after my old band (Neuropath) broke up. I'm just here to say, anything you guys need, if you're in South Florida or not, I'm happy to help. I have great connections, studios, venues, anything to help you guys get on your feet as well. You can always email me at [email protected] with any music needs. Thanks!
  12. Here is a metal version I made of the Cardiacs track "There's Too Many Irons In The Fire". https://soundcloud.com/soularflair/too-many-irons-in-the-fire-cardiacs-cover
  13. I need some serious help, I’ve been trying to find the green Ibanez rg 8 string guitar that Justin Lowe used. I understand he had some custom work done like the neck, color, and tone killswitch, but I really just want to find the exact model he built on. I can’t seem to find any specific article on it, and all Ibanez’s website says is he used rg model. Thank you in advance!
  14. Only a 6 strings bassplayer & a drummer , support this street musicians Like thier facebook : https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1882942521719452&id=1083762018304177 or watch them on youtube : https://youtu.be/ZCNxtOoMeWM
  15. Hey everyone! This the Ocean Signals thread where i post all my latest content. New videos are added every month on all original written music by Ocean Signals Enjoy!
  16. Hey Guys, I recently finished writing a progressive Metal EP called 'Normality Paralysis'. I would be honoured if anyone took the time to listen to it. You can listen to it here: Alternatively, if you don't like/use youtube, you can listen to it on spotify, itunes, google music and a billion more platforms!
  17. Chris Bennett - The Great Blue DivideAvailable for Streaming on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfFQ-kb10ocPlease SupportMany Thanks
  18. Greetings! We're from Houston, Texas originally but have relocated to the New Orleans area last year. We mix and master everything in house and have been developing our sound for more than 10 years.We have a reputable portfolio and an extensive catalogue to share with the world. We're also looking for a vocalist that can take these songs and make them their own. Youtube: Facebook.com/openuseros
  19. Helo there! Looking to promote the first song of my bands new Ep i'll guess you could call it sci-fi metal Hope you enjoy it and have a nice day
  20. Hello All! My name is Neil O'Rourke, creator of the "Vanguard" project. It's a musical outlet for whatever ideas pop into my head; it's mostly metal though. I'm new to the scene, and I'm trying to get as much feedback/exposure as possible. If you're looking for some fresh/local music to listen to, head over to my soundcloud, https://soundcloud.com/neil-orourke. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!! \m/ Neilo
  21. Please check this out and let me know your thoughts. We are still a very young band and are very interested in hearing what people on this forum have to say about our sound.
  22. A lot of my favorite bands have gone in so many less exciting directions, Northlane's new music since Adrian has been lack luster, After The Burial's newest album has its moments but isn't anything like "In Dreams" and so on. but this local just dropped a Music video yesterday thats WAY higher quality than most locals right out of the gate. got my jimmy's all excited. so i pre-ordered their album and i'm hoping this purchase wont burn me. I really hope they get the recognition they deserve. Go check out QuietKind on facebook. i'll link the music video i saw too.
  23. Metal/Rock guitarist from India, playing for a few years, just started putting out my work. Hope you'll like my stuff! Also interested in working in a band or collaboration, hit me up.
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