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Old 12-10-2012, 06:47 PM   #5481
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Also, any general recs of bands that are on the atmospheric side of things.


I'll try to keep it metal but you might end up with a few outside of that.

Esoteric- Paragon of Dissonance
diSEMBOWELMENT- Transcendence into the Peripheral
The Angelic Process- Weighing Souls With Sand
Kauan- Lumikuuro
Rosetta- The Galilean Satellites
Skepticism- Alloy
Bell Witch- Longing
Cough- Ritual Abuse
Aldebaran- Embracing the Lightless Depths
Ataraxie- Slow Transcending Agony
Ahab- The Call of the Wretched Sea
Wodensthrone- Loss
The Ruins of Beverast- Foulest Semen of a Sheltered Elite
Mitochondrion- Parasignosis
Minsk- The Ritual Fires of Abandonment
Gaul- Gaul
Drudkh- Forgotten Legends
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:03 PM   #5482
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I need some reccomendations for bands that sound like these guys-

http://abyss666.bandcamp.com/

It's not the genre I usually listen to, but I picked up the cd off bandcamp and I'm getting to like it.

I don't think I will like bands where the vocals get any gruntier, growlier or shriekier than the band above though.

Any recs are greatly appreciated.
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:02 PM   #5483
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I need some reccomendations for bands that sound like these guys-

http://abyss666.bandcamp.com/

It's not the genre I usually listen to, but I picked up the cd off bandcamp and I'm getting to like it.

I don't think I will like bands where the vocals get any gruntier, growlier or shriekier than the band above though.

Any recs are greatly appreciated.

Didn't listen extensively but it sounded pretty Swedeath-y. Give Dismember - Like an Ever Flowing Stream a shot. It's gruntier vocally but not significantly so.
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:01 AM   #5484
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Black Witchery - Inferno of Sacred Destruction
Embalmed - Exalt the Imperial Beast

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Old 12-12-2012, 05:25 PM   #5485
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I've not listened to any new metal in what feels like years. I've been exploring what Hardcore has to offer in terms of intensity (no cares ever). So what are a handful if the best of the last few years?

Currently listening to Pallbearer and liking it... but I don't really care what kind of metal it is... as long as it's somewhat new.
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:22 PM   #5486
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Beherit - Engram
Absvrdist - Illusory
Chthe'ilist - release (just search "Chthe'ilist demo" and you should be ok)
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Wrathprayer - The Sun of Moloch
Der Weg einer Freiheit - Unstille
Ævangelist - De Masticatione Mortuorum in Tumulis
Timeghoul - discography re-release
Negative Plane - Et in Saecula Saeculorum, Stained Glass Revelations
Dead Congregation - Graves of the Archangels
Funebrarum - The Sleep of Morbid Dreams
Necros Christos - Doom of the Occult
Pseudogod - Deathwomb Catechesis
Mgła - With Hearts Toward None
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:25 PM   #5487
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I totally forgot about Aosoth! ****ing crazy French bastards, will have to reintroduce myself to that
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:28 PM   #5488
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:54 PM   #5489
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Just wondering, since I've been out of the metal loop since prior to my whole "I buy music if I can" phase, basically I don't torrent stuff if it's readily available via other methods. So how do you guys normally get hold of this stuff?
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:57 PM   #5490
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:03 PM   #5491
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Fair nuff, the artwork for Timeghoul was so awesome I was considering buying it without even listening to it.

But obviously there are 0 copies left.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:03 PM   #5492
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Melodic-y, progressive-y, fast-y, tech-y extreme metal. Imagine Opeth, but with faster sections/blast beats.

I like stuff like Akercocke, Opeth, Augury, Devin Townsend, Wintersun, stuff like that. I tried a few of the groups from the Extreme Prog section, but a lot of them didn't really tickle me.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:13 PM   #5493
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I've not listened to any new metal in what feels like years. I've been exploring what Hardcore has to offer in terms of intensity (no cares ever). So what are a handful if the best of the last few years?

Currently listening to Pallbearer and liking it... but I don't really care what kind of metal it is... as long as it's somewhat new.

Agalloch- Faustian Echoes
Agruss- Morok
Ahab- The Giant
Aldebaran- Embracing the Lightless Depths
Altar of Betelgeuze- At The Shrine Of Light
Ancestors- In Dreams and Time
Bell Witch- Longing
Cicadan- Mother
Conan- Monnos
Dawnbringer- Into the Lair of the Sun God
Ea- Ea
Essenz- Mundus Numen
Evoken- Atra Mors
Galaktik Cancer Squad- Celestia
Hellige- Demo
Inverloch- Dusk | Subside
Latitudes- Individuation
Lord Mantis- Pervertor
Nahrayan- The Beginning of the End - The End of the Beginning
Ne Obliviscaris- Portal of I
Neurosis- Honor Found In Decay
Ninth Moon Black- Chronophage
Oak Pantheon- From a Whisper
Obsidian Sea- Between Two Deserts
Pallbearer- Sorrow and Extinction
Schattenbrandung- I - Apophänie
The Secret- Agnus Dei
Sigh- In Somniphobia
Stoic Dissention- Relinquished
Summoner- Phoenix
Velnias- RuneEater
Whales and Aurora- The Shipwreck
Wodensthrone- Curse

I just copied that from my best of 2012 list
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:26 PM   #5494
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I've not listened to any new metal in what feels like years. I've been exploring what Hardcore has to offer in terms of intensity (no cares ever). So what are a handful if the best of the last few years?

Currently listening to Pallbearer and liking it... but I don't really care what kind of metal it is... as long as it's somewhat new.

From the last 3 years, and sticking quite strictly to metal. (I've missed some fantastic albums loosely related to the genre)

Actually sod typing this lot out, here's an screen shot

http://i175.photobucket.com/albums/..._616/201012.jpg
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:45 PM   #5495
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I've only heard one song from the album in question, but based on that and the strength of their prior material -

Vemod - Venter på stormene

otherwise hunt down their split with Klage and the Vinterilden demo
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:51 PM   #5496
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Melodic-y, progressive-y, fast-y, tech-y extreme metal. Imagine Opeth, but with faster sections/blast beats.

I like stuff like Akercocke, Opeth, Augury, Devin Townsend, Wintersun, stuff like that. I tried a few of the groups from the Extreme Prog section, but a lot of them didn't really tickle me.
You aren't really going to find anything like Opeth because Opeth do not fit into any extreme metal subgenre, or any hybridization of extreme metal subgenres, merely array a wide variety of sounds/influences by using stark contrast between phrases to provide the illusion that a narrative is taken place, with some of said sounds/influences being tangentially relevant to metal music (like BTBAM).

That said, to my recollection, Ikuinen Kaamos and Forest Stream bear some aesthetic relation to Opeth, so maybe check those bands out.

On point, though, I would recommend listening to death/black metal albums which exhibit progressive tendencies, rather than seeking out bands applying a progressive slant to something which does not actually exist (in this case, the idea of "metal" being some catch-all, widely encompassing genre).

Examples of some such albums would be:

Morbid Angel - Blessed Are the Sick
Darkthrone - Transilvanian Hunger
Ildjarn - Hardangervidda, the songs Eksistensens Jeger and Svart Dag (The Nothingness) from Ildjarn-Nidhogg
Burzum - Hvis lyset tar oss
Demilich - Nespithe
Gorguts - Obscura
At the Gates - The Red in the Sky is Ours
Necromantia - Scarlet Evil Witching Black
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Eh, ya never know, aspects of Opeth (progressively arranged songs/works, variance between fast/slow, changes in mood/pace/atmosphere) can be heard in all of those releases with the exception of clean guitars and vocals (as far as I can recall)... except in a far more coherent, effectively iterated way! Only not completely unexpected and random, so presumably "monotonous" to the uninformed listener... meh.

At the very least, the idea of Opeth is embraced by those works, if not the aesthetic.
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Melodic-y, progressive-y, fast-y, tech-y extreme metal. Imagine Opeth, but with faster sections/blast beats.

I like stuff like Akercocke, Opeth, Augury, Devin Townsend, Wintersun, stuff like that. I tried a few of the groups from the Extreme Prog section, but a lot of them didn't really tickle me.

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Ne Obliviscaris- Portal of I
Velnias- Sovereign Nocturnal
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I'm already aware of At The Gates' first album and Gorguts' Obscura, good stuff. I can't say the same about Burzum and Darkthrone, personally. Opeth are hardly the entire definition of what I was looking for, I probably shouldn't have used them as the benchmark. Maybe something more along the lines of the other bands I posted? I've actually never listened to Morbid Angel, even in my death metal days, I'll check 'em out. I used to be a huge Nile fan, so maybe something with progressive approaches at a Nile speed. That sounds juicy.
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