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#3241
Any new Post-Metal rec's, guys? As in, released this year? I have Vertikal, which I love. Looking for some more Post-Metal goodness. (Bandcamp stuff encouraged.)
#3242
I think the only metal or metal-related albums I've actually heard from this year are Vertikal and the Ensemble Pearl album. Definitely check out the latter if you like drone stuff, can't recommend it enough, but other than that I've got nothing
#3243
This may not completely belong here, but I'm sure some of you guys will appreciate it.

I've been listening to this album today.

It's actually pretty sweet. Not exactly 100% metal, but the song structures, guitars, and atmosphere fall in a line with bands like Irepress, and the like.

It's definitely pretty sweet. A little too meandering in places, and same-y, in terms of tone, but I definitely like what they're going for. They kind of sound like a heavier Battles, at times.
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#3244
That band is pretty good. They played at a festival I worked at a few months ago and I heard the end of their set from behind the tent. Sounded good. The UK has a pretty good scene going atm for this slightly left of centre rock / math rock / post rock stuff.

You should listen to Brontide

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6lvuWDZpPA
#3245
Quote by crazysam23_Atax
Any new Post-Metal rec's, guys? As in, released this year? I have Vertikal, which I love. Looking for some more Post-Metal goodness. (Bandcamp stuff encouraged.)

Hesperian Death Horse- Mrtav
Mouth of the Architect- Dawning
Rosetta- The Anaesthete
Monachus - Below
Light Bearer- Silver Tongue
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#3246
SHIT I forgot Rosetta had new stuff.

for staying on the up and up.


I STILL have a list you made a long time ago that I've yet to dig into. I'm so behind.


In other news, Pelican made a playlist for Decibel Magazine, and it's introduced me to some sweet stuff that I had either not heard of, or forgot to check out.

http://open.spotify.com/user/pelicansong/playlist/6MO8MZBpgZ5yo8Egq4CaqP

Personal favorite, so far:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rW5xSMp1BMk
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#3248
Anyone into Kayo Dot? Their new album is pretty bizarre and sweet
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#3249
I was curious what kind of techniques are used in Post-Metal (the genre) to make those sweet soundscapes. Also do you have any tips and/or delay settings that would help.
#3250
Lots of effects, and lots of cymbal use.

Reverb, delay, and fuzz are all kind of mandatory.

This article is from five years ago, granted, but this is a look into Aaron Turner's (ISIS) rig from around that time.

http://www.uberproaudio.com/who-plays-what/297-isis-aaron-turner-guitar-gear-rig-and-equipment


Realistically, yes, that's an expensive rig, and a good many effects, but when you consider the sounds ISIS makes in the studio, and on stage, it's not some giant web of technical parts and pieces. It's, kind of, straight forward.
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Anyone into Kayo Dot? Their new album is pretty bizarre and sweet

I've always meant to get in to Kayo Dot more. I have a couple of their albums, but never fully sat down with them.

What's the new album like?
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#3251
Yeah I am still disappointed that Isis broke up.

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#3252
Quote by fallenangel20
Lots of effects, and lots of cymbal use.

Reverb, delay, and fuzz are all kind of mandatory.

This article is from five years ago, granted, but this is a look into Aaron Turner's (ISIS) rig from around that time.

http://www.uberproaudio.com/who-plays-what/297-isis-aaron-turner-guitar-gear-rig-and-equipment


Realistically, yes, that's an expensive rig, and a good many effects, but when you consider the sounds ISIS makes in the studio, and on stage, it's not some giant web of technical parts and pieces. It's, kind of, straight forward.

Just to add to that, a lot of bands also use keyboards/synths. I believe Bryant Meyer handled a lot of that in Isis.
One of my favorite post-metal albums, Cult of Luna's "Vertikal", uses keyboards to create a lot of the background music. The guitar then frequently comes forward and fills in the foreground. Or, a lot of times, guitar and keyboard are both next to each in the mix.
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#3255
Lol I searched and didn't find guess I misspelled it. I wouldn't have made the thread I made.
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#3256
What's the word on Neurosis' latest?

Also, I got Intronaut's Prehistoricisms, and I love the playing, but I just can't get into it.
Any other albums by them that I should check out, to familiarize my ear with their unique style?
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#3257
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from what I gather, its Scott Kelly screaming into a mic while there are some tribal drums and Von Til farts through a kazoo.


so its probably decent.
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#3258
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#3259
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from what I gather, its Scott Kelly screaming into a mic while there are some tribal drums and Von Til farts through a kazoo.


so its probably decent.

Do I have to get the accompanying album which features guest Brann Dailor singing in the shower and play it at the same time to really enjoy the album, or does Von Til's harmonic flatulance stand on its own legs?
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#3260
Quote by progbass
from what I gather, its Scott Kelly screaming into a mic while there are some tribal drums and Von Til farts through a kazoo.


so its probably decent.

Ah, good. That sounds promising.
#3262
Quote by dead-fish
Do I have to get the accompanying album which features guest Brann Dailor singing in the shower and play it at the same time to really enjoy the album, or does Von Til's harmonic flatulance stand on its own legs?


it most definitely stands on its own two legs, but then again I am biased against Dailor. And I did say Neurosis and not Tribes of Neurot, so take that into consideration.

Although, I seem to recall an interview where Kelly said you have to not bathe or shave for a good few weeks so you can appreciate the crust on the album for full enjoyment. Shouldn't be too hard for a sand person such as yourself.

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#3263
Your bias has been noted, and your sexual tendencies have been marked for future ridicule.

I suspect this is Scott Kelly's closeted homosexuality. He tells his fans not to shower for a few weeks, and then he and his band of merry pranksters come rolling through town, stage a performance, and bask in the pungent man musk rising from their crowd who came to see the show.
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#3265
Progbass likes big stinky dicks.
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#3267
Eau de dick.
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#3269
Deady is just jealous that I bake Jewish boys and don't actually have sex with them.

Once you are done with the Neurosis album Deady, I'll let you use my shower. It seats 8 so bring some friends.
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#3272
Holy shit, I just listened to Vertikal for the first time and it was amazing. Probably my favorite CoL release so far. Vicarious Redemption is a masterpiece (though that little dubstep part kinda threw me off at first), and I love the drums in Synchronicity
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#3273
Hey I'm thinking about tabbing some COL songs, , there are a lot of them on guitar pro, but I was wondering if anyone who really would be interested doesn't have Gp pro so that it would be worthwhile?