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    ...My recent hardcore punk kick (by 'recent' I mean 'ongoing for the past ten years') has inspired thoughts of kicking up a thread similar to this, but for punk. Any thoughts?

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    I'd probably pop in every once in a while, though my tastes in punk tend to be pretty old school and/or pop-y, rather than hardcore (and by pop-y, I don't mean like Green Day, I mean more like Bad Religion and SNFU). I'm pretty up on post-punk stuff, both classic (Suicide and Joy Division are two of my favorite bands) and newer (The Soft Moon is a new favorite). That said, music threads other than this one don't seem to stick around much, so you could just talk about punk here, as I often do goth/industrial!
    That's true. I figured a punk thread might draw people who wouldn't otherwise stop by the metal thread, but this thread seems to be unique in its ability to outlive any other music-themed thread.

    I'm mainly into hardcore a la Youth of Today and Minor Threat (80s hardcore punk is easily my favourite music 'scene' of all time) but I'm also really into the goth and darkwave stuff birthed by post-punk like Clan of Xymox and This Ascension. Sadly, trying to find darkwave albums as great as Medusa, or Beauty and Bitterness, seems to be a matter of sifting through a whole lot of bland whiffle, so my efforts to dig deeper into the genre have been a bit stymied.

    At least I'll always have records featuring nothing but power chords and a guy yelling angrily about how much alcohol sucks to fall back on.

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    Kreator: After the opening act, Kreator came on. Although they did play well, they weren't that good at keeping the crowd engaged. For those who like moshing would have been disappointed, as their mosh pit quickly turned into four or five people running in circles. They played well, but I wasn't really a fan of Kreator to begin with, and it looked like most people weren't either, as most people were wearing Sabaton gear and talked mostly about Sabaton and other power metal bands out in the line. I saw some actually counting minutes until the show was over. I honestly believe it was the weak point of the concert.
    Huh, interesting. I was thinking of catching that tour almost entirely to see Kreator. I like Sabaton well enough as a live band, and have seen them on several occasions, but only as the supporting act to whoever I actually wanted to go see.

    Quote Originally Posted by Comrade View Post
    My recent hardcore punk kick (by 'recent' I mean 'ongoing for the past ten years') has inspired thoughts of kicking up a thread similar to this, but for punk. Any thoughts-- would any of you find that worth posting in?
    I might on occasion. My brother plays in a melodic punk band and he points stuff out to me every now and then that I like.



    In sadder news, Glenn Tipton has Parkinsons, and it's progressed to the point where he can't play the more difficult Priest songs and has to retire from touring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhamBamSam View Post
    In sadder news, Glenn Tipton has Parkinsons, and it's progressed to the point where he can't play the more difficult Priest songs and has to retire from touring.
    That is indeed a great loss. I've always liked him best of the two original (that is, from the first album onward) guitar players. It seems he still did a lot on the album, since he was able to not talk about it during the recording. I hope he really will be able, like the band has said, to join for a few songs on their shows
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhamBamSam View Post
    In sadder news, Glenn Tipton has Parkinsons, and it's progressed to the point where he can't play the more difficult Priest songs and has to retire from touring.
    I found this out in the same breath that I found out that Priest is releasing a new album this month. It was quite a one-two punch right in the nostalgia.

    Quote Originally Posted by Comrade View Post
    That's true. I figured a punk thread might draw people who wouldn't otherwise stop by the metal thread, but this thread seems to be unique in its ability to outlive any other music-themed thread.
    Yeah, we're pretty chill here. I frequently also talk about darkwave and neofolk and stuff here, so yeah. This thread is for whatever



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    Yeah, we're pretty chill here. I frequently also talk about darkwave and neofolk and stuff here, so yeah. This thread is for whatever
    I really just view this as the 'alternative underground music' thread. We all have pretty diverse tastes and are total nerds.

    The Tipton thing is really crushing. He let me play guitar with him many moons ago and it was one of the great experiences of my life...
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    I really just view this as the 'alternative underground music' thread. We all have pretty diverse tastes and are total nerds.
    I'm going to see Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphy's tonight and I am so hyped.

    No idea why they made DM headline though. Flogging Molly is better (and more well known, I think).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dallas-Dakota View Post
    I'm going to see Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphy's tonight and I am so hyped.

    No idea why they made DM headline though. Flogging Molly is better (and more well known, I think).
    They both have their own label/record companies so that shouldn't matter I think.
    Looks like Flogging Molly was around earlier too... weird.
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    I like Flogging Molly more than Dropkick Murphys as well, though to be fair, I've never seen the latter live. The former I caught at an Irish fest in Ohio many years ago, I was mostly there to see the Old Blind Dogs, but FM put on a killer show! I love trad/Celtic folk, and have been playing with it from an electronic standpoint for ages. Putting a Scottish trad tune as a b-side to a lathe cut 7" I'm having made right now, in fact!
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    More on the metal side, there's a new album from The Body out soon, and the track I've heard off it is amazing. My friends Abjection Ritual have a new one coming out on Malignant Records soon too, if you like death industrial.

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    Most of the time, Europe has the greatest shows compared to overseas. However, now i'm jealous:
    Tyr + Orphaned Land + Ghost Ship Octavius
    Judas Priest + Saxon + Black Star Riders (last band not that important for me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narmoth View Post
    Most of the time, Europe has the greatest shows compared to overseas. However, now i'm jealous:
    Tyr + Orphaned Land + Ghost Ship Octavius
    Judas Priest + Saxon + Black Star Riders (last band not that important for me)
    Wait where is this happening? Black Star Riders is kind of cool - but i'd rather they had stayed Thin Lizzy

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    I think it was right for them to change the name. Their music isn't that close to the old thin lizzy, and I think the namechange gave them more room to find their own style. I've seen them both as thin lizzy and black star riders, and I think the black star riders show was better

    Seems Tengger Cavalry is quitting. I guess the mainman was burned out by the legal battle between their old label and the new. Really sad to see this, even though I think their last album was weaker than the older ones, they were a fun addition to the metal genre

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    So I went and saw the first show of the Sabaton/Kreator North American Tour a few days ago from when I post this. I thought I'd give my personal thoughts and opinions as a sort of a review. I also want you all to know that this was my first metal concert.

    Exmortus (opening act): Exmortus started right away playing Slave to the Sword and it made a really good opening to the entire night. After that, they did a good job as entertainers and an amazing job especially as guitarists. There was also a decent mosh pit behind me during the whole thing (I was almost at the very front) and everyone had a great time. My only complaint was that the bass drums drowned out the vocals. However, that didn't detract too much from the experience from me, as I never really liked them for their vocals.

    Kreator: After the opening act, Kreator came on. Although they did play well, they weren't that good at keeping the crowd engaged. For those who like moshing would have been disappointed, as their mosh pit quickly turned into four or five people running in circles. They played well, but I wasn't really a fan of Kreator to begin with, and it looked like most people weren't either, as most people were wearing Sabaton gear and talked mostly about Sabaton and other power metal bands out in the line. I saw some actually counting minutes until the show was over. I honestly believe it was the weak point of the concert.

    Sabaton: Sabaton started by quieting the excited crowd down by slowly playing (offstage) a half of a cover of In the Army Now by Status Quo before exciting the crowd again by running onstage to play Ghost Division. The songs were great, their performance as entertainers was fun to watch (and funny), and the entire crowd (including me) was participating and singing along. I thought almost everything about them was good, although as a Sabaton fan I might be biased. They were just all around rad and a fun end to the night. My only problem was at the beginning there was this weird mood whiplash (Blood of Bannockburn to Cliffs of Gallipoli to Lion of the North to The Final Solution), but maybe that's how it was meant to be, to show that the subjects of their songs weren't fun and games. A disclaimer in a sense.

    Anyways, that was my opinion of the Sabaton/Kreator concert (playing in Portland, OR as I write this). If anyone here is planning to go, I would advise you to get ready to have a blast.
    Went to the Chicago show last night. They had a different opening act (somebody called Cyra or something, never heard of them) that was pretty good. Kreator went on much too long, which seemed to make Sabaton a bit rushed in the first half of their set.

    The mosh pit got a bit out of hand, but the most notable thing was the floor. During the synchronized jumping for Primo Victoria, the floor flexd so much that the mic stands on stage were swinging "like drunken ballerinas". It was a little scary.

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    Went to the Chicago show last night. They had a different opening act (somebody called Cyra or something, never heard of them) that was pretty good. Kreator went on much too long, which seemed to make Sabaton a bit rushed in the first half of their set.

    The mosh pit got a bit out of hand, but the most notable thing was the floor. During the synchronized jumping for Primo Victoria, the floor flexd so much that the mic stands on stage were swinging "like drunken ballerinas". It was a little scary.
    I think I know who you are talking about with the opening act. cyHra it the band who was actually supposed to open here in Phoenix, but Exmortus performed in their place for some reason. I did some research about them before the concert, and apparently it's a group that contains former members of Annihilator, In Flames, and Rhapsody just to name a few bands.
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    Saw Conan and The Ditch and the Delta last night. Got hammered with the gang but both bands are EXCELLENT. Good things are coming for Ditch!
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    So, the wife has decreed that we are going to see Metallica when they come to NC, either this fall in Charlotte or in Jan 2019 in Raleigh.

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    So, the wife has decreed that we are going to see Metallica when they come to NC, either this fall in Charlotte or in Jan 2019 in Raleigh.

    I saw them in '85 at a "Day on the Green", I remember that the Scorpions and Y&T also played, and that I wore a too small old AC/DC T-shirt (whom I'd seen at the Cow Palace in '82) and a cast on my arm, and I don't remember much else, except that Metallica seemed the highlight.

    My little brother had already seen them at the Kabuki and was a much bigger fan (I was more into the Dead Kennedy's at the time).
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    Come back, thread :C

    Not much going on in my side of the world recently. Had a Cattle Decapitation gig recently, which was... interesting. Opening band was a local band called Insidious Reign, and they're actually pretty good.


    Anyway. Turns out Gygax has a new album out. it's great. It's proper old-school heavy metal, plus it's D&D themed. What's not to like.
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    Anyway. Turns out Gygax has a new album out. it's great. It's proper old-school heavy metal, plus it's D&D themed. What's not to like.
    This band rules
    Gotta say I really preferred the first record though...

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    I see where Visigoth draw their inspiration from, however, they just don't do anything for me, even though I'm big on old school metal.
    Speaking of oldschool, I was given an album by Skullwinx at one of the shops at Hammer of Doom. It was a bonus for us spending so much money, or they didn't have change, or something like that. Anyway, that's an old school band much more to my liking. And a cool way to advertise them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Narmoth View Post
    Speaking of oldschool, I was given an album by Skullwinx at one of the shops at Hammer of Doom. It was a bonus for us spending so much money, or they didn't have change, or something like that. Anyway, that's an old school band much more to my liking. And a cool way to advertise them
    That's awesome! I'm not familiar with that band but... thats a godawful name. Sounds like a weird Yu Gi Oh card
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    This band rules
    Gotta say I really preferred the first record though...
    Yeah me too actually. This one isn't bad, but the first one just felt more fresh I guess.


    New Sojourner out. I'm hearing some solid Saor vibes. It's awesome.
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    New album by HIDE out on Friday, but you can stream it today: https://www.revolvermag.com/music/he...ration-anxiety
    I've been waiting for this one for a while! Feytalist, I think this one might be for you too. I'm opening for them in a couple weeks!

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    New album by HIDE out on Friday, but you can stream it today: https://www.revolvermag.com/music/he...ration-anxiety
    I've been waiting for this one for a while! Feytalist, I think this one might be for you too. I'm opening for them in a couple weeks!
    Well that made me physically uncomfortable. I like it Been a while since I heard some new industrial.


    New Between the Buried and Me is out. All my friends rave about it, but I've never been able to get into them. I just really dislike the vocals. Doubt this one will change my mind, from what I've heard about it.
    Awesome fremetar by wxdruid.

    From the discomfort of truth there is only one refuge and that is ignorance. I do not need to be comfortable, and I will not take refuge. I demand to *know*.
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    Also, this is the internet. We're all borderline insane for simply being here.
    So I guess I have an internets? | And a trophy. | And a music cookie (whatever that is).

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    BIG day in metal today... in brief

    -Lamb of God covers record
    -Dude from Inquisition is a pedophile
    -Decapitated are finally home


    Well... where do we start?
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    I think we can all agree in one thing. Metal + Pirates = Awesome.
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    Just bought my ticket to see Sleep and SubRosa on Tuesday. Stoked!

    Also saw Iced Earth and Sanctuary about a month back. Iced Earth was tight as hell, and although no one can replace Warrel Dane in my heart I have to admit that the guy singing for him did a damn fine job with Battle Angels and Future Tense.
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    I like my women like I like my coffee; 10 feet tall, incomprehensible to the human psyche, and capable of ending life as a triviality.

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    Just bought my ticket to see Sleep and SubRosa on Tuesday. Stoked!
    Seriously might fly out to that one...

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    Some friends of mine hit Sleep/SubRosa in Cleveland last night, and we're appropriately crushed. I had to bail, being a little tapped out on concert cash. I am however seeing Bad Religion, I don't know how I've managed to not see them before.

    It's at a beer fest, so let's see if my drunk, out of shape 40 year old self will be smart enough will be smart enough to keep out of the pit.

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    So they announced the new Papa today.... and it's a Cardinal

    Man, Ghost is insane and I love it!
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