Thread: The Everything Metal Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smörgåsbord View Post
    Sabaton has become something of a guilty pleasure lately. Epic, over the top, pompous power metal. Pure fun.
    Don't say guilty pleasure. They are a great band & play great music. Check out Egonaut as well.

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    Current favs

    Black Label Society
    Sabaton
    Black Sabbath
    Kamelot
    Powerwolf
    Egonaut
    Horisont
    Edguy
    Rival Sons
    Sodom

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    bump.

    the new Ne Obliviscaris album drops on November 7th and the 1st track was just shared. Very nice.

    http://www.revolvermag.com/news/ne-o...i-curator.html

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    Rival Sons
    Twin Atlantic

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    Rival Sons
    Twin Atlantic

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    Wolf
    Kamchatka
    Blues Pills
    Lancer
    Accept
    Cathedral
    Coronatus

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    Deconstructing Sequence
    A bit of Tech Death with SciFi overtones.

    http://www.decibelmagazine.com/featu...ting-sequence/
    https://soundcloud.com/deconstructing-sequence

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    Just picked up the new Solstafir album 'Otta' in deluxe form (has a nifty 3" CD with three additional tracks).

    This is very avant metal, almost closer to post rock than metal, from Iceland. Good stuff, nice production. Vocals are not their strongest point

    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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    Documentary on Southern Metal:

    Slow Southern Steel


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    ^ After the couple of minutes I've seen of that doc, I want to see all of it when I have time.

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    I forgot about this thread, and since my Candlemass thread tanked... I wonder if there is hope for me to learn to appreciate Messiah Marcolin's vocals. I really like the band's other vocalists. Marcolin is entertaining to watch in the "Bewitched" video.

    My other topic is: has Tommy Iommi sued himself for plagerism over the similarity of the riffs in 'Loner' and "NIB"? just curious. I'm just now listening to 13 on YT.

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    Someone posted this in the "now listening" thread over on sevenstring.org, and I sorta fell in love with it. For being a one-man, bedroom boffin type situation, it's pretty fantastic. Shoegaze/post-metal with occasional blasts of full-on metal metal.
    Dust Sculptures, Far Above the Pines

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    Streaming the new Enslaved.
    Sounds like Enslaved.
    That means I love it.


    http://www.metalinjection.net/av/you...imes-right-now

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    Now I'm streaming the new Enslaved!

    Awesome.
    Duncan's going to make a Horns Emoticon!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Eric View Post
    Now I'm streaming the new Enslaved!

    Awesome.
    aahhh, sounds like some of what my son listens to. he has diverse tastes, but he loves that stuff.

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    I think this is one of the best metal releases of 2012. it's goth, symph, jazzy and avant garde with progressive elements all in one. I don't know what else to call it. enjoy!

    Akphaezya ~ Anthology IV: The Tragedy Of Nerak

    i.ain't.dead.irock

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    Wolf
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    Blues Pills
    Lancer
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    Cathedral
    Coronatus
    I've seen Blues Pills live a couple of times and they are brilliant, Elin has a phenomenal voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glawster2002 View Post
    I've seen Blues Pills live a couple of times and they are brilliant, Elin has a phenomenal voice.
    I was just playing the Blues Pills album last night. I would not really consider them metal (more heavy blues rock to my ears), but I love their stuff. I hope I get the chance to see them live sometime.

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    I place the Blues Pills in the same category as bands like Graveyard and Siena Root. I refer to it as 'retro rock'. Bands using the same gear and recording techniques that were used in the very early 70s to recreate the hard rock sound of that era.
    "Corn Flakes pissed in. You ranted. Mission accomplished. Thread closed."

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    The new In Twilight's Embrace track is sounding good to these ears:


    https://www.decibelmagazine.com/2017...QY3Nk.facebook

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    Quote Originally Posted by battema View Post
    Just picked up the new Solstafir album 'Otta' in deluxe form (has a nifty 3" CD with three additional tracks).

    This is very avant metal, almost closer to post rock than metal, from Iceland. Good stuff, nice production. Vocals are not their strongest point

    I like the vocals on this album - sure they're a bit raw, but that's quite refreshing, and by the sounds of stuff going on behind the scenes, I'm not surprised that the singing borders on howls of frustration.

    Their newest album Berdreyminn is just as good, if not better.

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    Enslaved have released a video in anticipation of their new album coming out on October 13th.

    “‘Storm Son’ deals with the duality of man and nature, how important and basic that relationship is,” explains songwriter and guitarist Ivar. “Everything we do and create are imitations of nature; as we evolved from nature, that is how it must be – yet modern man thinks he and she is independent of nature, that we somehow are so superior that we do not have to take nature into consideration other than as a backdrop for shitty movies. Or festivals. Losing touch with nature is basically to lose touch with being human.”


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    And the new Enslaved is out!!!
    A review:

    http://www.heavyblogisheavy.com/2017/10/11/enslaved-e/

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