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Discussion in 'music' started by egodissolve, Mar 3, 2018.

  1. ssheavy

    ssheavy Active Member

    i forgot to mention bands like Portal, Cult of Fire and Batuskha. Chk them out!

    and yes, Deathspell Omega is simply supreme \m/

    but not for daily consumption! :D
     
  2. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    Hey Dave, I haven't checked Gorguts out to date, their latest EP "Pleiades Dust" get some rave reviews on MA. I will remedy this as soon as and let you know....
    Did you pick up the The Ruins of Beverast "Exuvia" btw??
     
  3. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    I need to pick up the Portal and as for Batuskha yes, I have their "Litourgiya" on vinyl and it is amazing; one of my favourires! Btw ssheavy check out https://endlessdecrepitudeprod.bandcamp.com/album/m-ditation-astrale, I think its NYP but I am impressed....
     
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  4. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    As for the Cult of Fire I have added them to the wishlist and will check them out later...can't wait to get paid so I can pick up the ones you've already recommended, i might as well send Bandcamp my monthly pay check :D
     
  5. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    Other personal favourites guys, list 1!
    UADA "Devoid of Light"
    Gomorrah "The Haruspex"
    All Desolate Shrine releases
    All Phantom Winter releases
    Heretoir "The Circle"
    Sunless "Urraca"
    Venenum "Trance of Death"
    Pillorian "Obsidian Arc "
    Father Befouled "Desolate Gods"
    Farsot "Fail.ure"
    Nyss "Princesse Terre"
    Riftwalker "Green and Black" (I play this alot!)
    .......OK, I need to get some work done, catch up later....before I go I picked up Foscors latest on Season of Mist "Les Irreals Visions" on vinyl and played it non stop last night. Its knocked the Phantom Winter to one side for the moment....for the moment mind....cause that Phantom Winter is a killer:p
     
  6. Yomanze

    Yomanze pfm Member

    I like the classics such as Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, but a few others:

    Death - Symbolic (all Death albums really!)
    Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
    Anathema - The Silent Enigma
    Darkthrone - A Blaze in the Northern Sky
    Dissection - Storm of the Light's Bane
    Nevermore - Dead Heart in a Dead World
    Cryptopsy - None So Vile
    Carcass - Necroticism (Descanting the Insalubrious)
     
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  7. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    Some cool sounds there Yomanze.
    Death is a band I need to investigate, "Human" was one of their classic releases I understand...
    The Darkthrone is one of many desert island discs!
    For brutal death have you checked out the Benighted "Necrobreed"... its quality....and as for JP they have a new one in the pipeline don't they? Just noted AMG blog favourite is "Sad Wings of Destiny" from 76.
     
  8. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    Oh yes and I did pick up Carcass "Surgical Steel" on vinyl....
     
  9. ssheavy

    ssheavy Active Member

    all are must haves :p



     
  10. Dave***t

    Dave***t Revolutionary relativist

    Having removed the ones I'm not personally into, excellent choices. Interestingly, I think I'd say that each of those was the best album by each of the bands.
     
  11. deek

    deek pfm Member

    Necroticism is an absolute classic. It gets played a lot.

    I can't fault any of the Death albums, my fave at the moment is Spiritual Healing but that will change (again).

    I don't know Dissection though!!
     
  12. blackholesun

    blackholesun peace among worlds

    I don't listen to black or death, but I do like Behemoth. These guys are local to me and I went to a couple of their gigs, very impressive. I like their two recent albums, catchy tunes.
     
  13. Dave***t

    Dave***t Revolutionary relativist

    Dissection are great if you like that sort of thing. To me they're in the 'pretty good' category, but a lot of people love them.
    If you check them out, do go for Storm of the Light's Bane first. IMO, of course, The Somberlain is 'not quite Storm of the Light's Bane yet', and Reinkaos is rubbish. I did say IMO.

    Weird to like something as full on as The Satanist, but not to even listen to anything else that's similar. Fair play. Could be worth checking out some related stuff, I'd suggest the aforementioned Dissection, plus possibly some later Emperor and maybe Vader (who are also Polish).
     
  14. egodissolve

    egodissolve pfm Member

    This is exactly why I started this thread guys, I have so much to discover....:)
    I will seek out all the above and educate myself. I do regularly spin the Vaders Tibi and Empire releases...is the back catalogue worth visiting?
     
  15. Dave***t

    Dave***t Revolutionary relativist

    I haven't properly heard any of their recent albums, but from a quick listen on the net I'd say that they've kept quite closely to a similar style since the stuff I am familiar with. So if you like their newer stuff you'll likely also enjoy e.g. Litany or Revelations. The production's got better, but the feel is similar. That said, and without wanting to be disparaging about the band, it's not radically different, so if you're specifically looking to expand your palate rather than double down, you might look at some of the other suggestions first.
     
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  16. deek

    deek pfm Member

    Dave***t can you put me out my misery and tell me what band that is on your avatar, I can't work it out from the obscured band logo.
     
  17. Yomanze

    Yomanze pfm Member

    Here’s a few more:

    Entombed - Clandestine
    Decapitated - Winds of Creation
    Primordial - Storm Before Calm
     
  18. Dave***t

    Dave***t Revolutionary relativist

    It's Anaal Nathrakh.

    Most people I know who would have an opinion prefer Left Hand Path. I agree with you though, Clandestine is definitely the better of the two.
     
  19. deek

    deek pfm Member

    Thanks Dave***t. I'll check em out ;)

    And yes, Clandestine is better!
     
  20. Blackmetalboon

    Blackmetalboon pfm Member

    Great band. I took the album Eschaton to a bake off recently, it took about 30 seconds before someone suggested turning the system off so they could swap components!
     

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