Bigfooty General Metal Thread Mk.VII

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SydneyBomber

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I didn’t warm to the Akerfeldt material. Old Nick sounds good though. Slightly disturbed. Slightly putrid. Give it a go.
I like the opeth guy (but not really opeth), but really haven't warmed to nick holmes (but dont mind some PL) funnily enough.
Oh, and Tagtren goes well too.

Love this one in particular, have listened to it too many times ha!
 

Dee Snider

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This is great.

And as an opening song

Holmes’ sounds positively evil on this. Some were a little taken aback with the vocal approach here, but many of those have warmed to it with the follow-up.

Part of this album’s appeal are the unhinged vocals imo. I get visions of the guy from The Human Centipede Pt 2.
 

Magus

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Holmes’ sounds positively evil on this. Some were a little taken aback with the vocal approach here, but many of those have warmed to it with the follow-up.

Part of this album’s appeal are the unhinged vocals imo. I get visions of the guy from The Human Centipede Pt 2.
I like it. His vocals have a lot of character, stage presence very cool too. Not sure why anyone wouldn't dig it.
 

Dee Snider

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Home all alone and it’s a perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy a change of pace music wise; to sit quietly and really digest some first class musicianship without interruption.

Created a nice little Pink Floyd, Dire Straits & Bruce Springsteen playlist on Spotify. With a pinch of Heart.

Just quality stuff. I could listen to DS & PF for hours on end. It’s easy to get lost.
 

deathevocation

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Home all alone and it’s a perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy a change of pace music wise; to sit quietly and really digest some first class musicianship without interruption.

Created a nice little Pink Floyd, Dire Straits & Bruce Springsteen playlist on Spotify. With a pinch of Heart.

Just quality stuff. I could listen to DS & PF for hours on end. It’s easy to get lost.
Not sure why but PF never clicks with me. Odd because they are a fair influence on many bands I listen to. DS and the Boss were played here on the weekend. Making Movies and The River.
 

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1914 cd arrived today. Together with an Isengard longsleeve and another Slayer shirt.
i can understand a few photos, maybe a 10-20 second video to show some friends, but standing there for a whole 2-3 songs recording just blows my mind, just ******* enjoy the show the chances of going back and watching the footage is so bloody low. like you're in the way of anyone behind you trying to watch
 

Magus

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i can understand a few photos, maybe a 10-20 second video to show some friends, but standing there for a whole 2-3 songs recording just blows my mind, just ******* enjoy the show the chances of going back and watching the footage is so bloody low. like you're in the way of anyone behind you trying to watch
Especially if you're at the front, you're just using up a spot that could be taken up by someone else who will enjoy the experience more. If you're in the stands, fair enough I guess. It is the reason we get to watch the youtube video at all.
 

Dee Snider

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New Darkthrone...really nice production here. For a 38-minute album it does wander into repetition at times, some songs could've been trimmed of fat it must be said. I don't think this is going to form a staple of my listening habits over the coming years but for now, this goes ok.

Highlights - Alp Man, The Hardship of the Scots and of course the mighty Duke of Gloat.
 

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