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Hi, I'm new to these forums, so sorry if this is in the wrong section.

I came across lyrics to a Stone Sour song called Spillin' My Guts. I have searched on Google for this song, to either download or stream, but cannot find it. Was this song released as an early demo? And is there anywhere I can get it?

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So, I've been looking for a particular patch for ages(see attached file). Kvist does have some other patches, like one resembling the image from their album For Kunsten Maa Vi Evig Vike, but the one with the logo is the one I'm looking for.

Do you know where to find one of these patches, or do you perhaps sell one? I was thinking of making one by hand, but at the moment it is an emergency plan. Thank you.

(mods, feel free to move or delete this thread if it's the wrong category etc.)

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Hi all. I'm looking for a song, first heard it in about 2000 - the music video involves the band in a room, lots of people in the room headbanging, and at one point the one guy starts walking on the wall. Can anyone help?  Would really appreciate it!

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First of all I'd like to apologize if this post goes against any rules of this site and/or sub-forum. Now to my issue:
A couple of days ago I bought this copy of Cannibal Corpse's "The Bleeding" from a yard sale for almost no money (less than 1$). The problem is that I can't find a match to the appearance of the disc anywhere online. If anyone could help me find out whether this is a bootleg or not i would really appreciate it. Here are pictures of the disc and the case.
https://postimg.org/image/4pl4e1hkf/
https://postimg.org/image/3ktgedtcf/

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2 hours ago, Kalinit said:

First of all I'd like to apologize if this post goes against any rules of this site and/or sub-forum. Now to my issue:
A couple of days ago I bought this copy of Cannibal Corpse's "The Bleeding" from a yard sale for almost no money (less than 1$). The problem is that I can't find a match to the appearance of the disc anywhere online. If anyone could help me find out whether this is a bootleg or not i would really appreciate it. Here are pictures of the disc and the case.
https://postimg.org/image/4pl4e1hkf/
https://postimg.org/image/3ktgedtcf/

I did my fair share of research, but I didn't find a similar one. Neither have I ever seen their logo like that. It very well could be a bootleg, but I think it's likely that it's an obscure foreign release of the album from when it first came out.

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37 minutes ago, MacabreEternal said:

Oh, this is a real thing?  I was expecting Japanese Porn when I clicked the links.  Internet, you let me down constantly!

I'm sure there are plenty of Porn links. You just have to really look for them ;)

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My disc didn't look like yours, but I've had to replace original CDs quite a few times over the years, and I sometimes see different disc surface printing, even if it's not a re-release or foreign edition. For what it's worth, I highly doubt anyone in the mid 90s would have bootlegged this widely available album on a pressed CD, especially the censored version.

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This is a long shot but I have been going through bands every day for god knows how long and I need help trying to find a band (whose name I don't remember) for a song (which I can't remember the name of) and all I can tell you is that I'm sure it was a melodic death metal band, and the part of the song I remember was an epic outro, had chuggy guitars with heavily auto tuned vocals over the top. Only the outro had these vocals and it was quite a slow tempo.

The reason I have no idea who it is, is because it was on an old iPod that died about 2/3 years ago and I have so much music on it that I can't remember all of it, but I remember this one song and I can't find it anywhere. good luck and if you figure it out...well I haven't figured out how to repay you yet. 

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you're quite the comedian, I bet you live a life of fun filled action...

I believe the fact that I am asking for a melodic death metal song with highly auto tuned vocals isn't me just asking a simple question of 'I heard a song once, can someone tell me what is was'. If someone likes this band, they will know this song from how I described it, I'm just taking a punt on that.

Get back in your hole.

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Not sure if this is the right place but hopefully someone can some help,  im looking for this one song , cant remember if it was power metal or death metal, im leaning more towards death or something similar. dont remember any band name , something obscure and indie i think (i could be wrong)

 

Might be like a intro song or interlude to a album , It starts out Slow and with a guy grisly reading like the necronomicon, (dead shall rise tear apart the living, they will fear and cower ect ect) but much more elaborate than what i can remember XD and it slowly builds up louder and louder and with more "parts" / instruments, while he keeps reading

 

i somewhat remember the name of the song , it was like something along the lines of these names although not exactly, i tried to google and youtube search but couldnt find dick

Quote

Necromancers Proclamation Manifestation
Proclamation of the Necromancer 
Manifesto of The Necronomicon
Necronomicons Proclamation to the Living

something like that , or i could be wrong entirely ):  if you have any questions or ideas shoot it my way anything helps, Thanks ^

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