#2
try picking a good band to learn off of, the band is lame!

do you even know what Behemoth means?

and no im not religious, im an esotericist
#3
Quote by higherworlds
try picking a good band to learn off of, the band is lame!

do you even know what Behemoth means?

and no im not religious, im an esotericist


This has nothing to do with the question at hand. Don't push your opinions on people.

I personally love Behemoth, but as far as the tab, I'm not sure how it's played exactly. But from listening to it, that looks pretty accurate.
#4
Does it sound right? If so, yes.

It's four stars, so really it should be pretty damn accurate.


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How do you physically download an album? Like run your computer off a dynamo on an exercise bike?
#6
Quote by higherworlds
try reading a book once in a while fate of mind


Why would 'reading a book' have any effect on my musical tastes? I enjoy listening to Behemoth. The music appeals to me, and that's all that really matters. I apologize if I don't get wrapped up in the image of bands (literally visually, or otherwise).

And anyways, that still doesn't change the fact that basically this was the Q&A of this thread relating to your post:

Q:
"Is the tab for this band's song correct?"

A:
"That band is lame."

Which is in no way helpful.
Last edited by Fate_of_Mind at Apr 20, 2008,
#7
true, i guess im too judgemental when it come to good music, sorry for using my first amendment
#8
woah... didn't mean to spark the controversy.
I'll admit, as with most metal out there today... yeah I can see how the vocals can be a bit strange.
Even myself, it took me almost half a year to really appreciate death and black metal.
It was mostly learning guitar that made me LOVE it.
Everything else just seems like music for children/toddlers.