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#1
are there any bands that combine those two?
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#3
Atheist, Cynic...
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#4
Ephel Duath, To-Mera, Virulence, Fredrik Thordendal's Special Defects etc.
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#5
Jazz Thrash Asassin
are a local band ive never seen them live but apparently they are good. I found out about them after we were walking around and he was waiting by a lamp post which he thought was a bus stop. We showed him where the bus stop was!
#9
chris poland (former lead guitarist of megadeth) is a jazz fusion guitar player. he has some great solos though i don't know if you'd call them jazz.
#11
Yeah, go to the rec thread next time.

Atheist, Cynic, Ephel Duath, Spiral Architect, Twisted Into Form, Gorod... That's all I can think of right now.

EDIT: Also, Hieronymus Bosch, Alarum, and Virulence.
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#14
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Ummm... early Megadeth. Opeth. Almost all technical death metal.


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#15
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Reverend Bizarre. In small doses with their last album.


lol, not really

And Opeth has a bit of Jazz influence, but only as a general influence. Eg: Blackwater Park has some chords/song structures that echo jazz.

But the actual combination, that would be Atheist, Cynic, Spiral Architect etc.. in other words what's been said already

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#17
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What, what, and what?


Well, I'm not too sure about Megadeth, but Opeth has some jazz influence. Some tech death bands do, but not many...
#18
Of course as others said, atheist. Theres another band that has some jazz influence and metal influence... but i dare not speak there name here....
#21
First thing that came to mind...

atheistcynicephelduathunexpectpsyopusbeholdthearctopusmeshuggahpandachickenwowihaveginandcokeyaaaaay

But I'll split up my train of thought for you.

Atheist, Cynic, Ephel Duath, uneXpecT, PsyOpus, Behold... The Arctopus, Meshuggah.... and the rest is just my head rambling about panda's, chickens and the fact I have gin and coke.
#22
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Of course as others said, atheist. Theres another band that has some jazz influence and metal influence... but i dare not speak there name here....


I'm curious now cos I'm not sure what it is....couldn't you just whisper it really quietly?
#24
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I'm curious now cos I'm not sure what it is....couldn't you just whisper it really quietly?

I'd presume he's referring to Dillinger Escape Plan.
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#26
ones that come to mind are Wayd, Aghora, Ephel Duath, Atheist, Virulence, Cynic, and Pavor has some elements,
#27
They're called The Dillinger Escape Plan, and yes, Virginia, they will **** you up.
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#29
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How could I forget Aghora, bah, they are AMAZING!

particularly while Sean Malone was in the band i think they declined after he left
#30
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particularly while Sean Malone was in the band i think they declined after he left


Ya, I prefer the orignal line-up a little more. The earlier stuff really had the Hindu theme down as well. The new album was a little more shred based and the earlier was really progressive with the way they mixed a lot of aspects in their music.
#31
how has no one mentioned BTBAM yet?


for those who don't know, BTBAM=between the buried and me
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#32
Gordian Knot maybe? They're not overly metuhl but ehhh....they've got Cynic members in there so...yar.
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#33
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how has no one mentioned BTBAM yet?


for those who don't know, BTBAM=between the buried and me

Not metal.

And I wouldn't completely say Gordian Knot is metal. A lot of people consider them to be though but the majority of their songs aren't imo.
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They are pure 'wow'.
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mister skolnick does...


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#37
Yeah it is !!!!

And don't say he can't play metal by watching the electric eye... I mean... then just listen to "the Testament" (it's a band for those who fail in life...)
#38
There's not much I can recommend after this lot but i would to put emphasis upon "Behold...The Arctopus" and "Aghora"

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particularly while Sean Malone was in the band i think they declined after he left


The self-titled was brilliant, it had way more complex bass lines and drumming, but Formless is still awesome, and Moksha has a killer solo

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#39
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Ephel Duath, To-Mera, Virulence, Fredrik Thordendal's Special Defects etc.


Kudos!

Painting by Virulence is simply mind-blowing.

Secrets of the Unknown is the only Thordendal song I've heard, but it's fantastic

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It made me learn the true meaning of a smile
#40
Meshuggah have some holdsworth feel to it, Spastic Ink definetly and to the one who said Megadeth and Opeth, are you def?
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