i know a guy with vegetarianism... i hope they find a cure soon, his manliness is weakening every day
Oh..I'm terribly sorry for your friend, having to deal with people as lacking in respect and integrity as yourself. My manliness would diminish too, if I were to have ignorant, fist pumping idiots shove inaccurate assumptions, that are actually quite dichotomous to the truth, shoved in my face all the time. (I do receive the remarks and stereotypes in question too, it's really grown quite tedious over time.)
Well, thats a big shame. The music "industry" yet again shooting themselves in the foot, attacking the very people that keep it on its last legs. I hate these corporates, they ruin all the good websites.
Shame, nice while it lasted though.
A-****ing-men!.....Wait, that didn't sound right, but still, dis is da troof bruvva. h3h3 lulz
Well, I was saying it from a subjective point of view, rather than an objective one. I consider them "not bad," because that is my subjective opinion. I'm aware they're good objectively, but I don't enjoy them as much as others. I'll give them another go: which would you say is their best album?
I like Psyopus a lot, but only when they aren't being immature: I love Chris Arp's playing style and general sound. DEP aren't bad, and The End are pretty good. If you don't know them, check out Car Bomb, as they're a good lil' fusion of tech metal and mathcore: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIIeg3JJuW8
****, I love Psyopus, Chris Arp has set the bar for insane guitar playing to an all time high. He' a bit of a ****ing bawwss, just saying.
Btw, I just uploaded a 'Mathcore' song I wrote to my profile, you guys should totally check it out! haha oh and while you're at it, the second part to my guitar lesson? Fans of Psyopus, DEP and Architects, should find it helpful...Haha.
I love this genre. The chaotic side and the complexity of the songs make me really enjoy that style.
My favorite bands are Botch, Achilles, The Armed, The Chariot, Crydebris, Narrows. Bands like Number Twelve Looks Like You or Curlp and die are more noisy and I don't really like when Mathcore is mixed with Grindcore.
There are some really great bands in France like Comity, Plebeian Grandstand, The Rodeo Idiot Engine.
I like your taste. I strongly advise that you check out, 'The Arusha Accord' They are my new favourite band atm, along with Architects haha.
You're not alone haha, I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was about 9, and this year (I'm 17) I was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, so if I happen to go into mania, my already hyperactive as $H1t mind and body go faaarrrrkkiinnnggg crazy, and I play guitar better, but still get distracted REALLY easy, because I actually find it painful to sit still for longer than like 2 minutes, I need to be doing something exciting, constantly.
Yes. I mean, music works in the brain much like a drug, thus releasing Dopamine and such, but another way of releasing said neurotransmitter, I've found, is to listen to the 'strangest/most unique' bands I know of, then continue on with my own songwriting, with the sole intention of doing something so ****ing crazy, nobody would ever have done or even thought about it before. I hope I'm succeeding, anyway.
Yeah, I'm going to have to side with the majority on this one, 8-12 hours a day in front of my laptop, either writing music, studying stuff that interests me, talking to friends or watching videos/listening to music.
Yeah i agree with Marley, Tender Surrender is simply amazing.. a few other good shred songs, i think, are: Caprici Di Diablo - Yngwie Malmsteen, Paganini's 5th Caprice (guitar arrangement by Jason Becker) a shorter one would be B.R.O by Paul Gilbert, but if u REALLY wanna give the whammy bar a workout, yeah just stick wit Vai..haha
all those guys are terrible examples of singers if ur looking to not damage ur voice, i like all of those singers but yeah, the guy from A7X had to go to the hospital for effing up his voice box, and yeah it is ok to clasp ur throat a little to get the raspy sound, but only to activate ur diaphragm sorta
i went through that too, try making some little customizations to ur guitar, just last night i put an X made out of tape on my les paul, i got the idea of deryck whibley, do u have an idol? like a person who inspired u to play in the first place?