#1
Lately I've been listening to The Locust, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, and Arch Enemy a lot. I know, bands of different genres, but I'm sure most of you will agree most people wouldn't find them accessible. I want to listen to more grindcore, mathcore and extreme metal and I'm already a noise rock fan so noise suggestions are cool too. Basically if you can play it and have your mom say "What the hell?" I want to hear it.
#3
@n@l c&nt. and eyehategod, dying fetus, pungent stench, nailbomb, i can keep going. check them out first lol.


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#6
Thanks for the suggestions so far. Nailbomb and Dying Fetus are my favorites so far. Just for future reference I'm not a big fan of double bass drumming. Fast bursts like some Anthrax songs is cool but I hate when the bass drum is doing constant 16ths or 8ths its just rhythmically boring.
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Quote by Silver Hammer
Lately I've been listening to The Locust, The Number Twelve Looks Like You, and Arch Enemy a lot. I know, bands of different genres, but I'm sure most of you will agree most people wouldn't find them accessible. I want to listen to more grindcore, mathcore and extreme metal and I'm already a noise rock fan so noise suggestions are cool too. Basically if you can play it and have your mom say "What the hell?" I want to hear it.


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#12
download the ruins if you want some really intense, incredible noisy stuff. . .

they influenced stuff like hella, lightning bolt and the like. . . mike patton has worked with them. .

check out the album "Hyderomastgroningem" if you can. . . i think you will thoroughly enjoy it!
#13
You'd be better off asking in the Recommendations Thread in the Metal Forum....
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Quote by TedE
download the ruins if you want some really intense, incredible noisy stuff. . .

they influenced stuff like hella, lightning bolt and the like. . . mike patton has worked with them. .

check out the album "Hyderomastgroningem" if you can. . . i think you will thoroughly enjoy it!

Damn, this is good.
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You'd be better off asking in the Recommendations Thread in the Metal Forum....


totally. i'll move it there, then the mods can decide what to do with it.
#18
yeah, check my profile. i have in my favorite "mike patton"

heres some of his projects
mr bungle
fantomas
maldoror
peeping tom (more hip hop)
hes also done some work with dillinger escape plan
and sepultura
and he has a few movie soundtracks

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#19
If you want mathcore you can't pass up Sikth.
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Firewind and Kiuas are pretty damn extreme.
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Dillinger Escape Plan - Awesome

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