#2
Oh nice, you're still alive. This sounds intriguing, I'll check it out soon.
Glance into my eyes
and see the darkest shadows dancing
Playing in the desert of my life
Burning, -
and my soul is descending...



#3
Quote by linfield4466
Oh nice, you're still alive. This sounds intriguing, I'll check it out soon.

Yeah, I was arrested for domestic terrorism, but I managed to escape prison.
#4
You're safe on UG.


...unless the mods get you...

Alright, I just listened to a couple tracks on youtube. I wish I had more to say, but all I can seem to come up with "yeah, I just listened to two tracks on youtube". Like, the music should be poppy as fuck, but the songwriting... isn't? The guitar tone says Britney Spears, but everything else says deathdoom (I think). I'm not sure what to make of this yet. Either it's a grower, or it's awful.
Glance into my eyes
and see the darkest shadows dancing
Playing in the desert of my life
Burning, -
and my soul is descending...



#5
I heard this years ago and didn't know what to think of it.

I heard it last month and still didn't know what to make of it.

Really, this music is so confusing. On one hand, I'm waiting for something to happen. On the other hand, I feel like I should be turned off by their soft progressive tone, but I'm not. It's as if the music is there, but it's neither making me feel positively or negatively about it.
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#6
I are confused. The pop tendencies really throw me off but underneath, the instrumentals is quite hypnotic.

Edit: Realised where I was going wrong. Was listening to their later stuff instead of The Cube. The clean vocals suits it better than their later tracks I've listened.
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#7
Yes, their music is strange and takes time to adjust to. I really didn't like them when I first heard some of their songs, but when I listened to The Cube all the way through, it clicked. Also, most of their albums are concept albums so listening to individual songs out of context can make them appear even stranger.

Also, albums under the Supuration label have greater emphasis on the band's metal components, while the SUP albums emphasize the other aspects of the band's sound.
#8
Is the SUP material worth looking into? It might be easier for me to enjoy The Cube if I listen to the not-so-metal aspects of this group.
Glance into my eyes
and see the darkest shadows dancing
Playing in the desert of my life
Burning, -
and my soul is descending...



#9
Quote by linfield4466
Is the SUP material worth looking into? It might be easier for me to enjoy The Cube if I listen to the not-so-metal aspects of this group.

Anomaly through Chronophobia are worth checking out. Of those, Room Seven probably has the least metal elements.
#10
I just ordered the Cube and the Still in the Sphere EP, so I'll be in the process of forming a solid opinion here shortly. I relistened to a few songs on youtube and found that I enjoyed them (or at least, understood them) much more this time around.
Glance into my eyes
and see the darkest shadows dancing
Playing in the desert of my life
Burning, -
and my soul is descending...



#11
Weird ass band, but should be checked out. French yummyness aswell.
Cette nuit j'ai rêvé que je mâchais ses yeux
Après avoir crevé par accès de furie
Ta replète panse d'helminthes blancs nourrie,
Trop prompte à déféquer le fruit d'un vit sanieux.
#14
Yes, the mighty french legend SUPURATION (aka SUP) are back from the crematory in form of a retrospective collection CD which includes all the earliest and most brutal stuff of the band from '89 /'90 when they were in their most Death Metal shape right before they started to experiment with clean vocals and more varied sounds.

"Back from the Crematory" is the generic title of this cult release which is planned for an imminent release on September 16th. The CD includes the awesome band's debut self-financed mini CD "Sultry Obsession" ('90), their only demo "Official Rehearsal" ('90) as well as the impossible-to-find demo of the band's very 1st studio recording "Haunted" under their previous monicker ETSICROXE as well as a 9-song live show, both from '89.

This masterpiece comes with remastered sound and packed in a total old-fashioned layout in contrat to their latter weird & sophisticated designs. Includes killer 12-pages booklet featuring an exclusive retro-interview, liner notes, cover and tons of old photos & flyers. This definitely a must-have release not only for every SUPURATION fan, but for every lover of the good old Death Metal from late 80's and early 90's!!

http://www.anus.com/metal/about/blog/pivot/entry.php?id=542

This sounds quite promising. I anticipate with the appropriate moisture levels in my crotch region.
#15
New material coming:
Long-time progressive rock, alternative rock, death metal and Voivod crossover band Supuration (sometimes called S.U.P.) are releasing yet another album of their eccentric yet interesting music.

Cube 3 will hit the CD stores on February 25, 2013, or you can pre-order it here on Listenable Records. Expect more unusual but logical death metal.

http://www.deathmetal.org/news/supuration-to-unleash-cube-3-on-february-25/

Teaser Track: Consummate

Seems like a mixture of ideas from The Cube and some of their mid-stuff, but in a new context. I have mixed feelings, but it's something to look forward to.
#16
Quote by linfield4466
Oh nice, you're still alive. This sounds intriguing, I'll check it out soon.


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