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Hi, all.  Basically I joined this place in hopes of finding some new tunes (have trouble finding music I like) and to throw around a bit of my own music.  I love metal, there's just so much generic crap out there it's kinda disheartening.  I started with thrash (slayer/megadeth), moved onto death metal (cannibal corpse/suffocation/dying fetus) and dwelled some in doom/sludge (wet cactus, bonripper, the bad light) aswel as some dabbling in black metal (leviathan, shining, whatever I can find).  Somewhere in the mix the whole tech death thing came up and ended just as soon.  The band viraemia with their self titled EP is probly one of the most influential things I head after braindrills apocalyptic feasting. 

I am also a guitarist/bassist. While I do have an album written (instrumental death? Metal) I am still in the works of getting it recoded.  My buddy and I made this improvised thing, it's bad lol, but we thought it turned out better than it should have.  So we gave it a bad name and threw it up on YouTube.  Last week we recorded the accompanying "b side", don't know when we are gonna throw it up there.  Any way here's pt I,  pope slayers "popeslayer".  Pt II is named "the soiled throne", a bit more aggressive than pt I but definitely still "popeslayer".  I am aware it sounds trashy and uncoordinated, but I think of it like an abstract painting....  Guitar and drums were recorded together in one take and I immediately recorded a bass track on top, also in a single take. Nothing rehearsed or written, just us "jamming". I know it's bad lol, good fun though, nice change from rehearsing/recording the same stuff over and over.




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