Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by dark_energy, Jan 22, 2017.
That voice switch at 1:15 unreal !
New Riverside album Wasteland released today.
This one is for @Boops
Play this while working out. You will double, triple and even quadruple your reps and not feel an ounce of pain. I will never forget this song. This is proper mosh-pit material. That opening scream and build up of the riffs, monumental.
Came out this year. This is some good Metal. The Needledrop (you know that music critic) had this album on his list. He knows his Metal
Is this metal?
OK, not in the genre, but this is the playlist for 2019 we've been rolling with at our HQ:
This just fucking kicks ass.
Looking forward to catching up with this thread and hearing some new stuff.
Prog Tech death
Prog metal, soulful guitar solo ending, good band to get into if you're a fan of bands like gojira and opeth.
Same band, heavier early stuff
Grindcore, good for the gym
My two favorite Kiwi bands:
Is metalcore acceptable here?
According to Discogs.com this is heavy metal subgenre and I am personally fine with all heavy metal.
(These are genres that Discogs is relating to all metal albums. As we know many albums aren't just one genre or subgenre, so there are Non-metal genres thrown in there.)
This is not bad. The instrumental passages are tight and melodious. Nice. Not as raw as Gore or Nirvana (see their album "Bleach") but intense enough. The composition, regarding build-ups to break downs and the crescendo is exemplary(, I mean they did their homework on Beethoven for starters). You can count the measures and feel the music at the same time. That is good.
Sorry, finally feeling rested and I had fresh coffee. The brains are starting to work properly again. ("All work and no good music is bad for the mind...")
Devilskin is really what I’ve been looking for. Thanks for this.
Not sure if A Perfect Circle qualifies here, but it's damn good:
Ironically listening to it with some glass'n'vacum, haha.
This is more of an alternative sound, although classified as alternative/prog rock. I would say this is not heavy, but since it is prog it is ok. Metal, prog rock and psychedelic is often mixed, so I would not go nuts over which belongs to which thread.
Devon Townsend Project: prog metal/rock (depends on album) with heavily layered music.
Primus: Experimental metal with a lot of emphasis on the bassist
A little known band called Havok. A strong dose of Megadeth with a dash of Slayer. They're derivative, but skilled. And the album is well engineered and mixed.
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