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#1
Inspired by the guitar tone thread of the (nigh-on) same name.

Mine personally is Chris Adler's sound on the earlier records.
Especially like, Black Label, and the damn snare.
Sounds like a bloody pot or something.

Drives me insane.

I still love it though.
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#3
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St Anger


I figure this will be popular.
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#4
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St Anger

+1

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Inspired by the guitar tone thread of the (nigh-on) same name.

Mine personally is Chris Adler's sound on the earlier records.
Especially like, Black Label, and the damn snare.
Sounds like a bloody pot or something.

Drives me insane.


I still love it though.

Wait, what?
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#5
Under the solo to Bat Country there is a snare hit that, once you notice it, takes over the entire sound of the solo. Also, yes, St. Anger is arse.
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#6
Generic reverb soaked 80's drum sound.

It makes me want to harm myself.

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#11
St Anger...

If everyone's drums sounded like Witold's the world would be a much better place
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#12
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#16
You love a terrible sounding snare that rings like a bitch?
:stickpoke

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#17
St. Anger

Just about everything sounds like it was homemade.
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#18
the squeaky bass drum pedal in that Zeppelin song

I've forgotten which it is thankfully but whenever I notice it again completely kills the entire album
#19
I hate the hi hat constantly going in the background of Creed's My Own Prison. It's so incessant and f*cking stupid.

I also wish that the drums were a bit more defined and clear in Minerva by Deftones.
Last edited by Deliriumbassist at Aug 13, 2008,
#20
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+1


Wait, what?

I meant... I love the song.
And the drum sound suits the low-fi recording quality.

Sorry, I'm not the most articulate of fvckers at times.
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#21
The St.Anger tuned snare sounds very fat live with the whole band, in the studio it isnt great.
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#22
theres a cowbell in one of Black tides songs that just is out of place, also i really cant get use to the cowbell in killin in the name's intro. i really dont have many songs with drums that sound out of place. if it fits the song i really dont care if it sounds wierd becuase it fits the song at least.
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#25
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The Drum tone on 65daysofstatic's "Destruction of Small Ideas" is awful. And it's not even like its a hard fix. A few minutes on the EQ would have sorted that out.

It was supposed to sound like that. They were tired with albums being compressed too much, unfortunately they forgot that that doesn't sound great when listening with headphones.
#26
Double Kicks.

There, I said it!
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#27
Not the worst sound by any means, but I find the chorus *ting ting ting* in AIC Sea of Sorrow to be very annoying.
EDIT: I don't know what he's hitting, some nasty cymbal or something.
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#28
Quote by seljer
the squeaky bass drum pedal in that Zeppelin song

I've forgotten which it is thankfully but whenever I notice it again completely kills the entire album


Moby Dick?
#29
I, since falling in love with triggers, have started to dislike most natural double kicks.

Exceptions include Lombardo, but still... It just sounds like "MUFFLE MUFFLE KICK KICK MUFFLE KICK BLEEERGHHERGHEJFHBSKRG" when it's fast.

Compare that with THE breakdown (near the end...) from "My Fears Have Become Phobias" by As Blood Runs Black...
Crystal clear, yet 16 kicks-per-second.
Amazing.
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#30
Quote by Daisy_Ramirez_
I, since falling in love with triggers, have started to dislike most natural double kicks.

Exceptions include Lombardo, but still... It just sounds like "MUFFLE MUFFLE KICK KICK MUFFLE KICK BLEEERGHHERGHEJFHBSKRG" when it's fast.

Compare that with THE breakdown (near the end...) from "My Fears Have Become Phobias" by As Blood Runs Black...
Crystal clear, yet 16 kicks-per-second.
Amazing.



Triggers are for women
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#31
somedrums in led zeppelin dont fit all that well. i myself honestly can ever get into the live moby dick. but i think their best song that represents bonhams drums is achille's last stand i dont know if hes using a double bass druming style or what but the interlude of the drums behind page's solo just hits this piacle of drumming that ive never heard matched
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#32
When seeing The Black Dahlia murder live, I wished the drummer would let up on the double kicks suring the guitar solos... the lead guitarist is actually quite melodic, but the drums just kept going with the same intensity that they did for the verses.

And on one of the songs on Metallica's Black Album, I think Sad But True, the snare sound is really harsh. Not necessarily bad, but very very harsh.
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#33
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Triggers are for women

You implying there's anything wrong with women?

...

Oh...

OH.

...OH! You're one of THOSE folk!

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#34
St. Anger and Lars' current drum sound. Its just plain horrible, plus it really makes you realise what a bad drummer he is.
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#36
I hate this kind of beat

CH--x--x--x--x--x--x--x--x---
SD---------x--x---------x--x---
BD--x----------------x----------


This beat can make even the fastest song sound sluggish, due to the double snare hits.

My bands drummer used it all the time in our early days, and all of our songs just sort of drifted along due to it. It's ****ing FAIL
#37
Quote by gallagher2006
I hate this kind of beat


This beat can make even the fastest song sound sluggish, due to the double snare hits.

My bands drummer used it all the time in our early days, and all of our songs just sort of drifted along due to it. It's ****ing FAIL


if used in the right terminology it can be done, but ur right as a basic beat it s pretty dodgy,
#38
Consistent blasting is usually bad sounding, but when done in the right context of a song it's brutality defined (in metal terms of course, not the 60's pop songs that used slowed down blasts ).

The snare sound of Cryptopsy's Flo Mounier is the single-most horrible pop of a snare I've heard...it's so..unnatural, while drummers like Dave Lombardo and Martin Lopez have natural sounding snare snaps.
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#39
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Consistent blasting is usually bad sounding, but when done in the right context of a song it's brutality defined (in metal terms of course, not the 60's pop songs that used slowed down blasts ).

The snare sound of Cryptopsy's Flo Mounier is the single-most horrible pop of a snare I've heard...it's so..unnatural, while drummers like Dave Lombardo and Martin Lopez have natural sounding snare snaps.

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I love WTC, but I definately see why they're hated.
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#40
The drumming in The Strokes' early days was pretty bad. But that was probably to do with poor production.
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