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  #161  
Old 08-18-2006, 11:59 PM
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Originally posted by Ratlehed
I picked up the Arch Enemy: Live Apocalypse dvd. Its an awesome 2 disc set if you are a fan of the band. The live concert has 18 songs. Most from the Angela-era, but some old ones are thrown in for good measure. The sound and picture are great. There also some bonus live songs from other concerts on the disc. I didnt watch disc 2 yet. Its the normal videos and behind the scenes footage that most dvds have.

Off to see GWAR on Mon. They are playing on a stage thats the size of an old Caprice. It should be interesting.
Arch Enemy kick ass. I used to not like Angela, but I've gotton used to her vocals.

Cant fucking wait, Im seeing my hero tomorrow HENRY FUCKING ROLLINS!
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  #162  
Old 08-19-2006, 02:09 AM
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Originally posted by countchocula
The Great Southern Trendkill is their most underrated album, in my opinion. It should be ranked right alongide VDP and FBD, but for some reason, it's paired off with RTS.

Did you guys see the footage from this year's Wacken? Morbid Angel played an incredible set with Erik Rutan.
Amen, Trendkill is so different from the mediocrity that was RtS. Hell, it's quite a bit different from all of their other albums. Even RtS had a couple good songs too though.

Haven't seen that Wacken footage, but I saw Morbid Angel with Rutan several years back. Great fucking show.
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  #163  
Old 08-19-2006, 02:10 AM
playlist

Abruptum - Evil Genius 4/5
Summoning - Let Mortal Heroes Sing Your Fame 3/5
Motorhead - Kiss of Death 5/5
Sabaton - Attero Dominatus 4.5/5
Vintersorg - Ödemarkens Son 4/5
Dark Funeral - Dark Funeral 3/5
Shub Niggurath - The Kinglike Celebration (Final Aeon on Earth) 3/5 (a band named after a Lovecraft deity has a duty to be better than slightly-above-average, so for that I'm disappointed in this)
Suffocation - Suffocation 4/5
High On Fire - Blessed Black Wings 3.5/5
Dissection - Reinkaos 4/5 (much better than I had been led to believe)
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  #164  
Old 08-19-2006, 06:18 AM
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Originally posted by Tyler_Durden_208
I like them just about all equally. In fact, "CFH" has one that that "Vulgar" lacks: diversity. "Driven" has one or two out there slowed down tracks and "CFH" has the classic "Cemetary Gates", but "Vulgar" is just almost all thrashing. I like it, but it makes me want to stop listening to the album sooner. Regardless, all of Pantera's albums except for "Reinventing the Steel" are classics to me.
The only thing that CFH has that the others don't is wimpiness. I'll agree that Reinventing the Steel is one of their weakest.
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  #165  
Old 08-19-2006, 08:12 AM
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Originally posted by deadguy76
The only thing that CFH has that the others don't is wimpiness. I'll agree that Reinventing the Steel is one of their weakest.
So just because an album isn't insanely heavy, it's wimpy? That's kind of an odd way to judge things.
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  #166  
Old 08-19-2006, 12:31 PM
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Originally posted by Ratlehed
I picked up the Arch Enemy: Live Apocalypse dvd. Its an awesome 2 disc set if you are a fan of the band. The live concert has 18 songs. Most from the Angela-era, but some old ones are thrown in for good measure. The sound and picture are great. There also some bonus live songs from other concerts on the disc. I didnt watch disc 2 yet. Its the normal videos and behind the scenes footage that most dvds have.

Off to see GWAR on Mon. They are playing on a stage thats the size of an old Caprice. It should be interesting.
The DVD's out? I had no idea. I'll definitely check it out.
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  #167  
Old 08-19-2006, 01:09 PM
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Originally posted by dfd3657
The DVD's out? I had no idea. I'll definitely check it out.
Yeah, I saw at the music store the other day... I need to pick it up so I can watch my future wife
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  #168  
Old 08-19-2006, 03:04 PM
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Originally posted by deadguy76
The only thing that CFH has that the others don't is wimpiness. I'll agree that Reinventing the Steel is one of their weakest.
If that's a wimpy album, then I'm a fucking wimp. You can't just listen to aural choas all of the time.
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  #169  
Old 08-19-2006, 04:07 PM
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Originally posted by Tyler_Durden_208
Yeah, I saw at the music store the other day... I need to pick it up so I can watch my future wife
In terms of metal chicks, Simone Simons of Epica is definitely the hottest. And what a voice. <3 <3 <3



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  #170  
Old 08-19-2006, 04:25 PM
I just found out about these guys called Destroy Destroy Destroy, and they're pretty badass. They remind me a bit of 3 Inches of Blood. Check 'em out.

http://www.myspace.com/destroydestroydestroy
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  #171  
Old 08-19-2006, 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by dfd3657
In terms of metal chicks, Simone Simons of Epica is definitely the hottest. And what a voice. <3 <3 <3



Yeah, shit is pretty hot, but of the two I've met, Angela Glasgow would be the one I'd go for. (the other was Cristina from Lacuna Coil, she's pretty damn cool, but she's a little too Italian, lol) Angela's cool, nice, sweet, lovely, can do metal vocals with ease, and gave me her contact info. Kickass
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  #172  
Old 08-19-2006, 05:25 PM
Re: playlist

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Originally posted by thebloodfeaster

Motorhead - Kiss of Death 5/5

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I really want to check out this album. Their last album "Inferno" kicked ass. It was a good blend of fast, slow, and heavy songs.
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  #173  
Old 08-19-2006, 07:39 PM
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Originally posted by Tyler_Durden_208
Yeah, shit is pretty hot, but of the two I've met, Angela Glasgow would be the one I'd go for. (the other was Cristina from Lacuna Coil, she's pretty damn cool, but she's a little too Italian, lol) Angela's cool, nice, sweet, lovely, can do metal vocals with ease, and gave me her contact info. Kickass
That kicks ass man. Another good female extreme metal vocalist (Simone Simons isn't an extreme vocalist, just really fucking hot) is Laura Nichol of Light This City. They play melo-death in the vein of At the Gates and Black Dahlia Murder (although BDM is just another ATG clone). It's nothing new or original, but it still kicks ass. They have a new CD coming out in September.
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  #174  
Old 08-19-2006, 08:43 PM
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Originally posted by dfd3657
That kicks ass man. Another good female extreme metal vocalist (Simone Simons isn't an extreme vocalist, just really fucking hot) is Laura Nichol of Light This City. They play melo-death in the vein of At the Gates and Black Dahlia Murder (although BDM is just another ATG clone). It's nothing new or original, but it still kicks ass. They have a new CD coming out in September.
I'll spare you my wrath for call BDM and ATG clone, as somehow I like BDM, but never got into ATG (they're good, I just don't like them), but I'll try some Light This City, I'll just warn you the other extreme vocalist I know is the girl from Walls of Jericho (don't know here name) and that band is pretty much horrid.
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  #175  
Old 08-19-2006, 10:37 PM
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Originally posted by Tyler_Durden_208
I'll spare you my wrath for call BDM and ATG clone, as somehow I like BDM, but never got into ATG (they're good, I just don't like them), but I'll try some Light This City, I'll just warn you the other extreme vocalist I know is the girl from Walls of Jericho (don't know here name) and that band is pretty much horrid.
That they are. All of the hardcore kids who went to my high school (when I was still there) were like, "d00d! Walls of Jericho has a chick vocalist! they are t3h aw3som3!" Yeah. I pretty much fucking HATED that crowd. Oh, and I like BDM, but it's a pretty well known fact that their biggest influence is At the Gates.
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  #176  
Old 08-19-2006, 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by dfd3657
That they are. All of the hardcore kids who went to my high school (when I was still there) were like, "d00d! Walls of Jericho has a chick vocalist! they are t3h aw3som3!" Yeah. I pretty much fucking HATED that crowd. Oh, and I like BDM, but it's a pretty well known fact that their biggest influence is At the Gates.
Yeah, but being influenced and being a clone are two different things, lol. No bad blood, just saying
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  #177  
Old 08-19-2006, 11:43 PM
Re: Re: playlist

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Originally posted by Ratlehed
I really want to check out this album. Their last album "Inferno" kicked ass. It was a good blend of fast, slow, and heavy songs.
It's every bit as good as Inferno. Motorhead is completely incapable of doing wrong! Hehe.
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  #178  
Old 08-19-2006, 11:56 PM
Re: Re: Re: playlist

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Originally posted by thebloodfeaster
It's every bit as good as Inferno. Motorhead is completely incapable of doing wrong! Hehe.
Well DUH!

Just got back from seeing Rollins Band. WOW what a fucking show! Henry live is fucking INTENSE
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  #179  
Old 08-20-2006, 12:57 AM
Machine Head - Burn My Eyes 2.5/5
Dissection - The Somberlain 4.5/5
Morbid Angel - Covenant 5/5
Shub Niggurath - The Black Goatlike Arise-demo 4/5
Marduk - Opus Nocturne 2/5
Deicide - The Stench of Redemption 4.5/5
(this just keeps getting better and better)
Municipal Waste - Hazardous Mutation 5/5
Danzig - Danzig 4 4/5
Slayer - Christ Illusion 4/5
Dezperadoz - The Legend and the Truth 2/5
(WTF! The first album by Desperados, Dawn of Dying, was a completely brilliant wild-west thrash album, featuring Tom Angelripper on vocals. Truly one of a kind. This new album, which I was so excited to discover, is probably the biggest let down I've had in a very long time. Angelripper's gone, replaced by average standard heavy metal vocals which do not fit the theme at all. The music itself is
well played, but many songs do not have a wild-west feel to them at all save for song intros and random sound samples. The few songs that do have a thematic sound to them are generally weak and the vocals have no grit or edge to them. The lyrics have the same theme as before, but other than that, this is quite simply just crap. The fact that they changed the s's in their name to z's should have been an indication that they turned completely fucking lame. If Angelripper were involved, it would've at least been halfway decent. Whereas the first album was completely unique sounding, this is generic mainstream metal with out of place
wild-west sounds dropped on top, without a care to incorporate them into the song writing.)
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  #180  
Old 08-20-2006, 03:17 AM
Cattle Decapitation are a band that I'm listening to right now. I like them a lot actually and I figured I would hate them. I really don't like the cheesy porno goregrind sound that I guess the first album had which I haven't heard. But I did listen to Humanure and their latest and their both really good and technical as hell.
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  #181  
Old 08-20-2006, 05:31 AM
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Originally posted by countchocula
If that's a wimpy album, then I'm a fucking wimp. You can't just listen to aural choas all of the time.
Cartman what the hell are you talking about?!?! Who said I listened to aural chaos all the time ? I'm rotating live Rolling Stones, the Faces, and Free right now. Cowboys from hell is a weak album, that's all.
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  #182  
Old 08-20-2006, 11:21 AM
Wow. Just wow. Everyone needs to listen to the band Lykathea Aflame. They're fucking AWESOME. They're split up (although apparently they just changed their name and they're writing stuff for a new album), but holy shit, they're amazing.

http://www.myspace.com/lykatheaflame
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  #183  
Old 08-20-2006, 07:23 PM
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Originally posted by dfd3657
That kicks ass man. Another good female extreme metal vocalist (Simone Simons isn't an extreme vocalist, just really fucking hot) is Laura Nichol of Light This City. They play melo-death in the vein of At the Gates and Black Dahlia Murder (although BDM is just another ATG clone). It's nothing new or original, but it still kicks ass. They have a new CD coming out in September.
The best female extreme metal vocalist is the lewd lass from Estuary. Kitty from Decadence is pretty good, too. They both rape and murder Laura from LTC.
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  #184  
Old 08-20-2006, 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by countchocula
The best female extreme metal vocalist is the lewd lass from Estuary. Kitty from Decadence is pretty good, too. They both rape and murder Laura from LTC.
Damn, I completely forgot about Estuary. I stand corrected. Never listened to Decadence, though.
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  #185  
Old 08-21-2006, 11:57 AM
playlist

Impaled Nazarene - Death Comes In 26 Carefully Selected Pieces 5/5
Darkthrone - Panzerfaust 4/5
Gorgoroth - Ad Majorem Satanhas Gloriam 5/5 (Hannibal, you told me this was good and you were right!)
Celtic Frost - Monotheist 4.5/5
Disgorge - Cranial Impalement 3.5/5
Dissection - Storm of the Light's Bane 5/5 (pure perfection)
Mercyful Fate - Dead Again 5/5
Hellhammer - Death Fiend 3/5
Mercyful Fate - Melissa 5/5
Gorgoroth - Incipit Satan 4.5/5
Nevermore - The Politics of Ecstasy 5/5
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  #186  
Old 08-21-2006, 03:48 PM
Re: playlist

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Originally posted by thebloodfeaster
Gorgoroth - Ad Majorem Satanhas Gloriam 5/5 (Hannibal, you told me this was good and you were right!)
Why yes, I was

Playlist:

Satyricon - Now, Diabolical 9/10
Dissection - The Somberlain 10/10 (RIP Jon)
Slayer - Christ Illusion 9/'10
Celtic Frost - Monotheist 9/10
Rollins Band - The End of Silence 10/10
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  #187  
Old 08-23-2006, 05:41 PM
The more I listen to Christ Illusion the more I love it. "Jihad" is a new favorite of mine. THIS IS GODS WAR!!!!!
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  #188  
Old 08-23-2006, 06:23 PM
Man, I just started listening to the album Back to Times of Splendor by Disillusion, and it's freakin' amazing (and I'm only on the first song). Anyway, here's what I've been listening to lately.

Light this City - Remains of the Gods - 8.5/10 (can't wait for the new CD)
Edguy - Hellfire Club - BIG FUCKING 10/10 HERE, BABY!
Lykathea Aflame - Elvenefris - HOLY SHIT/10
Destroyer 666 - Unchain the Wolves - I need to give it another listen before I can properly rate it
Slough Feg - Traveller - 9/10
Estuary - To Exist and Endure - 9/10 (that chick is INSANE)
3 Inches of Blood - Advance and Vanquish - 10/10
Despised Icon - Consumed By Your Poison - 10/10
Ensiferum - Ensiferum - 9/10
Goratory - Rice on Suede - 9/10
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  #189  
Old 08-23-2006, 06:33 PM
I know I'm a little late to this party, but I'm a metalhead too. And I listen to everything I can get my hands on.

Rob/ White Zombie- I don't care how mainstream he's become, if you like your metal with a dash of trance and psychadelia as well as a B-Movie inspired spirit- White/ Rob Zombie is for you.

Metallica- Classic metal. Their songs run the gamut of loud, simple, fun, and catchy metal tunes to message filled diatribes about the world at large--- and it's all fantastic.

Black Sabbath- The progenitors of metal. This thread wouldn't be here without them.

And then of course...... (in no particular order)

Pantera
Disturbed
Godmsmack
Seether
Carpathian Forest
Danzig
Queensryche
MudVayne
Slipknot
Static X
Napalm Death
Gorgoroth
Nine Inch Nails
Gorelord
Skid Row (Sabastian Bach is God)
Guns 'N Roses
Scum Of The Earth
Entombed
Cradle Of Filth
Calabrese
Mortician
Lacuna Coil
RamRod
Nightwish
Saliva
Fozzy
Alice Cooper and The Alice Cooper Band
Rush
Motley Crue
Motorhead
Nuclear Assault
Morbyd Angel
Slayer
Marilyn Manson (So sue me...... )
Garbage
Quiet Riot
Def Leppard
Ronnie James Dio
Megadeth
Iron Maiden
Edguy
Dragonforce
Avenged Sevenfold
Anthrax
The Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13
The Murderdolls
Velvet Revolver
Trapt
AC (*lightning bolt*) DC
System Of A Down
Venom
GWAR
King Diamond
Slaughter
Neurotica
Powerman 5,000
Drowning Pool
Dream Theater
Rasputina
Concrete Blond
Fear Factory
Coal Chamber
Mushroomhead
Il Nino
Spineshank
Chimaira
Killswitch Engage
Stone Temple Pilots
Rammstein
Rage Against The Machine
Monster Magnet
Kidney Theives
Judas Priest


Am I hardcore enough for 'ya?

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  #190  
Old 08-23-2006, 09:36 PM
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Destroyer 666 - Unchain the Wolves - I need to give it another listen before I can properly rate it
DESTROYER 666 RULES \m/
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  #191  
Old 08-23-2006, 10:06 PM
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DESTROYER 666 RULES \m/
I definitely like what I heard. Anyway....

Disillusion - Back to Times of Splendor - another HOLY SHIT/10.
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  #192  
Old 08-23-2006, 10:21 PM
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DESTROYER 666 RULES \m/
XD

The cover for Of Wolves, Women and Waris fucking great.
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  #193  
Old 08-23-2006, 11:21 PM
It's SLAYER day for me:

Show No Mercy - 9/10. Killer debut.
Haunting the Chapel - 9/10. Chemical Warfare is one of the best songs EVER.
Live Undead - 8/10.
Hell Awaits - 10/10. It don't get any better then this. The entire album is classic.
Reign in Blood - 10/10. See above.
South of Heaven - 8/10. A bit slower, but damn it's good.
Seasons in the Abyss - 9/10. Classic, plain and simple.
Decade of Aggresion 8/10. Good live stuff.
Divine Innervention 9/10. Underrated IMO. Good stuff here.
Undisputid Attitude - 7/10. Cool song choices here.
Diabolous in Musica - 8/10. After listening to it again, I like it.
God Hates Us All - 7/10, see above.
Christ Illusion - 9/10. Like I said in a previous post, the more I listen, the more I like.

Slayer rules, plain and simple.
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  #194  
Old 08-23-2006, 11:52 PM
I'll rate the Slayer albums myself.

Show No Mercy - 8/10 (A fun fucking album)
Haunting The Chapel - 8/10 (Very badass EP)
Hell Awaits - 9/10 (Their first pure classic)
Reign In Blood - 10/10 (What hasn't been said here)
South Of Heaven - 9/10 (Incredible follow up with some sweet grooves on it.)
Seasons In The Abyss - 8.5/10 (Slower Slayer but done right.)
Divine Intervention - 7.5/10 (Lombardo's gone, but still solid.)
Diabolus In Musica - 4/10 (Very bad, but a decent track or two.)
God Hates Us All - 3/10 (Liked it on first listen, but I hate it more and more with each listen. Kerry was listening to too much Slipknot and Hatebreed here.)
Christ Illusion - 6/10 (Awful lyrics hold back a decent album.
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  #195  
Old 08-24-2006, 12:12 PM
playlist

Morbid Angel - Gateways to Annihilation 4.5/5
Saber Tiger - Timystery 2.5/5
Nargaroth - Black Metal Ist Krieg 5/5
Memento Mori - Rhymes of Lunacy 4/5
Countess - Holocaust of the God Believers 5/5 (amazing)
Mayhem - Chimera 3.5/5 (I admit this is growing on me)
Immolation - Harnessing Ruin 5/5
Bathory - The Return... 4/5
Mercyful Fate - The Beginning 5/5
GWAR - America Must Be Destroyed 4/5
King Diamond - Them 5/5
God Dethroned - Bloody Blasphemy 5/5
God Dethroned - Ravenous 4.5/5
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  #196  
Old 08-24-2006, 02:10 PM
I'm too lazy to do playlists, but I'm expecting Emperor's Prometheus and All That Remains' The Fall of Ideals in the mail.
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  #197  
Old 08-24-2006, 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by countchocula
I'm too lazy to do playlists, but I'm expecting Emperor's Prometheus and All That Remains' The Fall of Ideals in the mail.
Won't comment on Emperor, as most of you know they don't really agree with my ears, but I was really dissapointed with "The Fall of Ideals". Their last CD was pretty good, and this one was just "meh." And they were one of the least entertaining bands on Ozzfest, a hefty feet.
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  #198  
Old 08-24-2006, 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by Tyler_Durden_208
Won't comment on Emperor, as most of you know they don't really agree with my ears
But I will cause I believe they rule Prometheus is a good album, but IMO, Nightside is the best.

The new Countess totally rocks. "Columbine High Blues", killer killer (no pun intended ) tune.
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  #199  
Old 08-24-2006, 11:25 PM
Emperor and Burzum are the only two black metal bands I truly love. I enjoy Immortal, Darkthrone, Satyricon, etc... but those two just feel more unique to me than the others.Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk is one of my favorite metal albums ever, so I do love Emperor. Although, Anthems as well as In The Nightside Eclipse are the only two albums by them I love the rest are pretty meh to me.
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  #200  
Old 08-24-2006, 11:45 PM
Burzum is great. Det Som, Hvis Lyset, Filosofem, ect... Varg made some great stuff.
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