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    wait
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    my favorites are Screaming BLoody Gore and Human
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    But guyyys, what about Leprosy? :(

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    I dig Human, but other than that I only listen to Death when they come up on my radio station.

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    Since one of my two jobs went on summer break, I had myself a little splurge on CDs. This is what I bought, and my thoughts on them:

    Iced Earth - Dystopia. Why did I wait so long to get this! It's amazing!

    Tiamat - Judas Christ. Not my favorite album by them, and apparently it wasn't critically well-received, but I rather like it.

    Tiamat - Amanethes. Now THIS is more like it!

    Voltaire - To The Bottom Of The Sea. Decidedly not metal, but still awesome.

    Moonspell - Alpha Noir SLASH Omega White. Alpha Noir sounds a lot like their last album, Night Eternal, but without the benefit of a cohesive theme that Night Eternal had. While the songs are good, it feels more like a collection of songs than an album. Omega White sounds more like their Darkness & Hope album, and is in my opinion definitely the stronger of the two.

    Sonata Arctica - Stones Grow Her Name. For the record, I wanted to post Somewhere Close To You instead of I Have A Right, but there are currently no available videos of that. This is definitely no Reckoning Night, that's for sure. I'm still conflicted on it; I want to like it, and there are good songs on this (Somewhere Close, Cinderblox, and the Wildfire tracks stand out), but a lot of it is so...meh. But then, Unia was pretty "meh" on my first listen, and it's now one of my favorite albums, so we'll see.

    What I am kicking myself for forgetting to order:
    Arjen Anthony Lucassen - Lost In The New Real. It's the same deliciously cheesy type of sci-fi story that we've come to expect from Ayreon, but with Mr. Lucassen taking lead vocals. Yes please.

    Ihsahn - Eremita, aka Black Metal Saxophone 2: The Saxophoning. All of my YES.

    And speaking of Death, I just ordered The Sound of Perseverance. Definitely looking forward to that.
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    I feel like I should show Individual Thought Patterns some love, since no one else has mentioned it specifically yet. I think that The Sound of Perseverance does edge it out by a bit, but I'd consider it about on par with Symbolic and a big step up from Human (which is a great album in its own right).

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    Wasn't sure if this band has been mentioned in any of these threads, but thought I would drop it here. Great album.

    Dark Forest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faulty View Post
    Collapse is one of the best albums of the past decade, seriously. Up there with Fas by Deathspell Omega. I own Collapse and On the Subject of Mortality... on vinyl and they're beautiful. Was my introduction to anarchist black metal too. Did you like the Skagos songs?
    Yus. Įst has now topped my to-get album list. Thanks for the recommendation. Also I'm with you on Collapse. It's one of my prized possessions.


    Quote Originally Posted by Marillion View Post
    Since one of my two jobs went on summer break, I had myself a little splurge on CDs. This is what I bought, and my thoughts on them:

    Iced Earth - Dystopia. Why did I wait so long to get this! It's amazing!

    Tiamat - Judas Christ. Not my favorite album by them, and apparently it wasn't critically well-received, but I rather like it.

    Tiamat - Amanethes. Now THIS is more like it!

    Moonspell - Alpha Noir SLASH Omega White. Alpha Noir sounds a lot like their last album, Night Eternal, but without the benefit of a cohesive theme that Night Eternal had. While the songs are good, it feels more like a collection of songs than an album. Omega White sounds more like their Darkness & Hope album, and is in my opinion definitely the stronger of the two.
    Dystopia is good, yes. I was pleasantly surprised by Stu Block.

    Judas Christ is a sadly underrated album. It's one of my favourites. Also, you like Amanethes? Really? The best I can say about it is "Meh, alright, but it's no Clouds".

    I also like Omega White more. I thought I was the only one, heh. But Alpha Noir has a few nice tracks. Alpha Noir the song, Lickanthrope, They're pretty okay. But Night Eternal was better.

    I'm still debating whether I should get Stones Grow Her Name. I can't really get myself to care about anything Sonata Arctica did after Winterheart's Guild.
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    Went to see Destruction and Vital Remains last night.

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    Wasn't sure if this band has been mentioned in any of these threads, but thought I would drop it here. Great album.

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    that sounds amazing comrade :D

    also is any one else psyched for the new periphery?
    first song out today :D
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    also is any one else psyched for the new periphery?
    first song out today :D
    Oh, cool! Didn't know about this. It does sound really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comrade View Post
    Oho, my first show review, hope I don't mess it up.

    Well, sadly, due to a mix up of the time, I didn't get to see the first act, which was Pathology, and only a couple songs by Warbringer, which was the second. So I can't really comment on Pathology, though I can say that what I heard from Warbringer was pretty much just meh. Did not impress.

    Vital Remains was pretty awesome, though. Went into it having not heard much from them, though since I got back I've been looking up various songs I heard at the show. The vocals were what really got my attention though. The contrast between the guttural roars and high-pitched shrieks totally reminded me of Deicide.

    Destruction, of course, was just straight up unadulterated thrash, it was ****ing awesome. Though the mosh pit was kinda pathetic. Something like 95% of those present in the concert never stepped foot in there (a fact which did not escape Schmier's attention ). I don't see how. The music was just...impossible not to get caught up in. And then towards the end, in the midst of their last song of the night, some derp crawled up on stage and slammed Schmier's microphone into his face, resulting in him pausing to lob the microphone across the stage before continuing the song to its end.
    I actually was sort of considering going to see that show when it came to Michigan, since a friend of mine is a big fan of Warbringer and Destruction, and it seemed like it'd be a good time moshing. I ultimately decided against it, as I have a bunch of other concerts already lined up for the Summer (three in the span of a week later this month).

    I find it really surprising that the audience at a Destruction show was unfamiliar with moshing. Thrashers are supposed to be all about that sort of thing, and you'd think that a circle pit would be kind of hard to screw up to begin with. The only one I've been in that really disappointed me was during the set of a punk band that was on the bill with Holy Grail last summer. The punks in the audience spent a lot of the time doing some derpy little dance around the perimeter of the circle, which I found annoying.
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    Over here in Cali, next good upcoming show is a Marduk/1349 dual headliner. That's gonna be really awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comrade View Post
    Oho, my first show review, hope I don't mess it up.

    Well, sadly, due to a mix up of the time, I didn't get to see the first act, which was Pathology, and only a couple songs by Warbringer, which was the second. So I can't really comment on Pathology, though I can say that what I heard from Warbringer was pretty much just meh. Did not impress.
    Even though I am not a huge Warbringer fan, I had a much different experience when I saw them. They were loads of fun, and really got the crowd going.

    Also it sucks that you missed Pathology. I love that band and have been dying to see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Admiral View Post
    Even though I am not a huge Warbringer fan, I had a much different experience when I saw them. They were loads of fun, and really got the crowd going.
    Same. I'm not in any great rush to add any of their albums to my collection, but they're great live. I saw them when they opened for Iced Earth a few months ago, and it was a solid thrashin' time with what was probably the best mosh pit I've ever been in.

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    anyone seen this

    this movie is gunna be frikking awesome
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    Judas Christ is a sadly underrated album. It's one of my favourites. Also, you like Amanethes? Really? The best I can say about it is "Meh, alright, but it's no Clouds".
    Really. Songs like Meliae, Amanitis, and Misantropolis kind of sucked me in. My favorite Tiamat album is A Deeper Kind Of Slumber, if that helps you understand any.
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    i just read metalsucks list of top 25 modern guitarists.. not bad especially number 1

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    Wildhoney reigns supreme.
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    i'm with faulty on wildhoney

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    my thoughts exactly

    i think this game might turn out to be horrifying

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    I seriously do not care at all.
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    As a big fan of RPG's, I think this is going to be a disaster. The man basically admitted to not knowing how the games work. It'll be like bringing in a car mechanic who doesn't know how to replace headlamps or change the oil to fix up your vintage Mustang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marillion View Post
    Really. Songs like Meliae, Amanitis, and Misantropolis kind of sucked me in. My favorite Tiamat album is A Deeper Kind Of Slumber, if that helps you understand any.
    A Deeper Kind Of Slumber is mine as well. It just sounded like they tried too hard with Amanethes. And the vocals are just too shouty. But Wildhoney is of course one of the greatest albums ever produced.

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    have you actually played it? it seems cool

    speaking of metal games i want this one
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