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* The Metal Thread *

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Margaret, Aug 24, 2008.

  1. Aztec2Step

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    Didn't see this on Kerrang!!!TV back in the day!
     
  2. neviditelny

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    After hearing the new single Protection by Alcest I'm really stoked for their new album. Sounds really great and they have become one of my favorite artists since I came across them for the first time a few years ago.
     
  3. CircleFaust

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    yes hoping this one if better than the last couple
     
  4. neviditelny

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    I actually really liked Kodama. Shelter was a bit strange but I thought it was alright. I didn't come across Alcest until the Les Voyages album and really feel in love with that album and the band. So will be very interesting to see what comes next.
     
  5. CircleFaust

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    new nile, any fans? they have kind of been writing the same album for years now
    still excellent musicians though
     
  6. Illuminist

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    I love Nile, but yes, since annihilation it's got a bit sandy.
     
  7. Illuminist

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    Anyone like the new tool album?
     
  8. m3csl2004

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    No.
     
  9. Illuminist

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    You love it?

    What about spawn of possession, deeds of flesh ? cephalic carnage?
     
  10. m3csl2004

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    I really dislike the album - I posted my thoughts in the Tool thread, so I won't keep going on about it. I respect that taste is very personal and it's great people are enjoying the album. I have not heard of any of those bands, what do they sound like? post some songs for me to listen to?

    I love metal. I love Misery Signals, I love Sylosis, I love Invent Animate. I am just struggling to find modern metal that I enjoy. It used to be so easy to find great new bands. And the old bands I love keep releasing shockingly poor albums.
     
  11. MrPotato

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    Like Nile, but not my favourite.
    My favourites, after seeing live is Deicide, Cannibal Corpse and Cradle of Filth. Some like, some hate. But man, live, just perfect.
    Looking forward for Mercyful Fate/King Diamond tour next year, which were my start appreciating metal.
    Had the opportunity to see Krisiun, ages ago, during their first album, back in Brazil. Never been a Sepultura fan.
     
  12. MrPotato

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  13. Illuminist

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    Enjoy all
     
  14. CircleFaust

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    when did you see Deicide? i seen them this year and they were nothing special, seemed to be going through the motions, can't blame them though when you've been around 30 odd years.
    Krisiun are touring next year in europe \m/__\m/
     
  15. MrPotato

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    Deicide was few years ago in London. Will ask my brother as we went together and he's more organized and got better memory. Some magazine organized it. Was there also Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel and Turisas (don't like), if I recall correctly.
    Pretty good. Spot on live.
    Krisiun I've seen few times. Always good.
     
  16. Somnambulist

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    Death metal for me needs to have a bit of an otherworldly quality to it, which the first 3 Nile albums had, as well as Karl's first solo album, but after that... :(
     
  17. bloodiedathame

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    Try Grave Miasma.
     
  18. bloodiedathame

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    So good. Amazing live too.
     
  19. Illuminist

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    Did you try deeds of flesh or spawn of possession?
     
  20. Somnambulist

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    This was a good shout. Thanks.