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#81
Listening to "The Sham Mirrors" now.

Loving it. A lot.


Not quite what I expected, but great, nonetheless.
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#82
Holy shit.

Your kidding Fallenangel.

You are JUST NOW listening to Arcturus?

My heart.... she weeps.
A heathen, conceivably
but not,

I hope,
I’m not ashamed to be white
Vi doede ikke... vi har aldri levd
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#83
..........>_>


<_<


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#85
Now that you mention it, they do.
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#87
Quote by korinaflyingv
You gaiz need to check out The Mirimar Disaster
www.myspace.com/themirimardisaster
I bought their mini album "Volumes" yesterday, and it's awesome
Sort of like a more progressive version of early Cult of Luna, so not Post Metal, but most fans of Cult of Luna, Isis, Neurosis etc should like them


didn't care for two of the three songs there. Her Tides Have No Compassion was really cool though.
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#88
in the short lived career of Mare, they created some very ****ing heavy music. not so "metal" , but they play their style perfectly. its really a shame that they broke up and noone has really followed in their footsteps
#89
I smell talk about Arcturus!

THERE ARE A DEMONS IN MY HUE!!!
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#90
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I smell talk about Arcturus!

THERE ARE A DEMONS IN MY HUE!!!

Are those the exact lyrics?


BROKEN ENGLISH FTW!!!!
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#91
No, the actual lyric is "Of a demon in my view", but momma told me not to believe what I read.
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#93
I have not been the same since I took on the profession of the DEVIL!

Arcturus rules. I only have 2 of their songs though.
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#95
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Fail.


I can't find them anywhere. Even Newberry Comics...
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#96
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Fail.

Winds With Hands by Pelican wins.

Dammit.

I was enjoying listening to Lush, and now I'm listening to Winds with Hands because I haven't listened to it for a while, and I didn't realise it until now.




thanks

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#97
Sooooo I just placed an order at amazon. Cult of Luna's Salvation, Godspeed You Black Emperor's Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven, and a 60 inch olympic barbell.
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#98
what would some starter bands/ albums be?
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#99
Quote by The Evil Hat
what would some starter bands/ albums be?

The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw by Pelican is a great starting post-metal album IMO.

Fallenangel will recommend Enter by Russian Circles and Oceanic by ISIS.
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#100
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The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw by Pelican is a great starting post-metal album IMO.

Fallenangel will recommend Enter by Russian Circles and Oceanic by ISIS.



Pretty much, really. Except I'm a staunch "Panopticon" > "Oceanic" type of guy. Oceanic is AMAZING, but Panopticon beats it only slightly.

But, if I go by personal experience, "Australasia" by Pelican got me into the genre in general.

It got me into sludge, it got me into the idea of atmosphere > technicality (though Pelican ARE technical at times), it got me into post-metal and post-rock, etc.

It's my #2 or #3 most influential album ever.


So, yes. Just get "Australasia", and then get "The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw".

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#101
progbass would reccomend :

Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw by Pelican
Oceanic by Isis
Panopticon by Isis
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#102
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Pretty much, really. Except I'm a staunch "Panopticon" > "Oceanic" type of guy. Oceanic is AMAZING, but Panopticon beats it only slightly.

But, if I go by personal experience, "Australasia" by Pelican got me into the genre in general.

It got me into sludge, it got me into the idea of atmosphere > technicality (though Pelican ARE technical at times), it got me into post-metal and post-rock, etc.

It's my #2 or #3 most influential album ever.


So, yes. Just get "Australasia", and then get "The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw".


I knew it would be one of the two.

Australasia would appeal more to someone more into the metal side of things, but I prefer TFiOTWBtT.
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#104
thanks, i'll try and get Australasia. I already listen to some sludge like Crowbar and the like, but i've never heard any Post Metal.
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#105
Crowbar ain't got nuttin' on post metal.

It's slow, thick, and gives lots of love.

Kinda like fat chicks.


Not that I would know

>.>

<.<
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#106
Quote by walkinbazooka
I knew it would be one of the two.

Australasia would appeal more to someone more into the metal side of things, but I prefer TFiOTWBtT.

As do I, really. I hold "Australasia" so highly because of the sheer amount of influence on me, but I feel that TFiOTWBtT is a better laid out album, and a lot more gripping.

The simple fact that the album has "Red Ran Amber", "Aurora Borealis" and "Sirius", in that exact order, is enough for me.

All of those are so mesmorisingly amazing.
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troo dat



Pelican introduced me to the idea, and Mr. Justin K. Broadrick only reinforced it for me.
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#107
Quote by progbass
Crowbar ain't got nuttin' on post metal.

It's slow, thick, and gives lots of love.

Kinda like fat chicks.


Not that I would know

>.>

<.<

i wasn't implying that they were Post Metal, but rather that i've at least heard some form of sludge before.
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#108
I know you weren't comparing Crowbar to Post Sludge, I was just saying Post Metal is really dominating my playlists right now, especially Isis. I feel all other forms of MUSIC are inferior.

EDIT: J Broaderick...now where did I see that name before....didn't he remix an Isis song? where else....
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#109
Quote by progbass
I know you weren't comparing Crowbar to Post Sludge, I was just saying Post Metal is really dominating my playlists right now, especially Isis. I feel all other forms of MUSIC are inferior.

EDIT: J Broaderick...now where did I see that name before....didn't he remix an Isis song? where else....

Jesu, probably.

And, yes, he remixed an ISIS song. And a Pelican song. And was a founding member of Napalm Death and Godflesh, singlehandingly pioneering both grindcore and industrial metal.


Unless my sarcasm detector isn't working.
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#110
Napalm Death, thats where I remember him from. Wasn't he featured on Scum?

and the Isis song. I remember seeing a Mike Patton remix of Maritime too. Man that guy has his name out there.
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#111
Quote by progbass
Napalm Death, thats where I remember him from. Wasn't he featured on Scum?

and the Isis song. I remember seeing a Mike Patton remix of Maritime too. Man that guy has his name out there.

Yep, Side A of Scum is all Broadrick on guitar. He was about 17 at the time he recorded it all, as well.

Here's his Wiki.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Broadrick

Seriously, he's one of the most influential artists in metal. Read and be amazed.
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#113
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damn he was all over the place. Also, what Jesu album do you reccomend?

Ummm...... Hard to say.

My favorites are "Silver EP", "Jesu" and "Conqueror.

So, any one of those, I guess, really.
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#114
Quote by fallenangel20
As do I, really. I hold "Australasia" so highly because of the sheer amount of influence on me, but I feel that TFiOTWBtT is a better laid out album, and a lot more gripping.

The simple fact that the album has "Red Ran Amber", "Aurora Borealis" and "Sirius", in that exact order, is enough for me.

All of those are so mesmorisingly amazing.




First time I listened to that album I was high on hydrocodone...Red Ran Amber PWNED me. Such a great song.
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#115
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Dammit.

I was enjoying listening to Lush, and now I'm listening to Winds with Hands because I haven't listened to it for a while, and I didn't realise it until now.

how's that shoegaze treatin ya FA?
i gots more if'n ya need some


also, would post Blood Inside Ulver fall under this thread? cause i love it, especially the heavy emphasis they put on the drums
#116
on the subject of Jesu, what are they? Cause i've heard them mentioned as pretty much every genre under the sun but mostly Black Metal. any clarification?
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#117
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how's that shoegaze treatin ya FA?
i gots more if'n ya need some

LOVING it.

Ride's "Nowhere" is treating me very well, I've listened to all of "Split" by Lush and loved it, but I need another listen or two. And Cocteau Twins are amazing, as well. "Treasure" is a great album.

Thanks a lot.

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on the subject of Jesu, what are they? Cause i've heard them mentioned as pretty much every genre under the sun but mostly Black Metal. any clarification?

Black Metal? No. Just no. Stop it now.

They're mostly an incredibly atmospheric post metal band. A little more industrial on the first two albums (since Broadrick was still involved with Godflesh at the time), but most everything after that has a lot of shoegaze and experimental feels.

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#118
definitely
i'd say go for Ichabod and I, its their "shoegaziest" album, after that they steadily became more of a britpop band
#119
Quote by dminishedthingy
definitely
i'd say go for Ichabod and I, its their "shoegaziest" album, after that they steadily became more of a britpop band



For sure.
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#120
also check out Below the Sea, God is an Astronaut (definitely check these guys out, they're instrumental post-rock/shoegaze, awesome stuff), Joy Zipper, The Autumns, Chapterhouse, Curve, and Auburn Lull
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