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Strattonsphere

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Anyone getting into King Gizzard new album? Quality thrash from an unexpected source.

Also, Kublai Kahn and Knocked Loose's latest releases are heavy as hell.. for those that like a little hardcore
 

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Anyone getting into King Gizzard new album? Quality thrash from an unexpected source.

Also, Kublai Kahn and Knocked Loose's latest releases are heavy as hell.. for those that like a little hardcore

Knocked Loose are absolutely savage. Blowing up big time too.

Any metalcore fans at all who still get around some of the classic bands of the golden era? The Devil Wears Prada just released their strongest work in 13 years.
As I Lay Dying and Killswitch Engage released solid albums recently as well.

VERY excited to hear that Every Time I Die are close to recording a new record soon too. Their last album Low Teens was absolutely phenomenal.
 
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Haven't read the whole thread and all my favs already mentioned but what I could get through I didn't see a Aussie band mentioned - Sergression and their albums 05/05 and L.I.A

Another Aussie band Dream Killers - not super hard core but Aussie so thought I'd mention them.


Pungent Stemth...would have been mentioned....

So much music - could never listen to it all.
 

Brant

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Clutch and Plini are good gets.

Brant you’re up to date on Clutch yet?
Listened to some Clutch songs tonight.

I really like The Regulator, but found Electric Worry far too 'bluesy'. Wasn't huge on Son of Virginia either. A Quick Death in Texas & X-ray Visions... not for me.


I checked out Kind by Plini & immediately thought of Squeeze Me Macaroni by Mr. Bungle - but 90% less psycho. Then I thought of Cyco Miko from Suicidal Tendencies & had to listen to Institutionalised!!!!

Sorry... back to Plini... Salt + Charcoal was cool (For an instrumental?). KO KI sounded like lounge music from the world's best Hotel Lobby & by the time I finished Atlas, I was craving lyrics.


Refused... intriguing! Rev001 was pretty cool & I enjoyed Rather be Dead. Then YouTube reminded me to listen to Wasting Away from Nail Bomb - so I did! Thanks YouTube - at least you get me!


I checked out The Haunted as suggested by Leather Poisoning I really liked their The Dead Eye album!

Another LP recommendation was Stone Sour, of which I really liked Fabuless & Absolute Zero.


From Rhayader I liked Lotus from Soen. Actually, liked a few of their songs. Converge were ok. Same, didn't love them but not bad. Opeth, about the same - not bad & could grow to like them. Meshuggah = badass!

Came across Twelve Foot Ninja - will have a look at their stuff as I liked One Hand Killing.


More to follow...
 

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Listened to some Clutch songs tonight.

I really like The Regulator, but found Electric Worry far too 'bluesy'. Wasn't huge on Son of Virginia either. A Quick Death in Texas & X-ray Visions... not for me.


I checked out Kind by Plini & immediately thought of Squeeze Me Macaroni by Mr. Bungle - but 90% less psycho. Then I thought of Cyco Miko from Suicidal Tendencies & had to listen to Institutionalised!!!!

Sorry... back to Plini... Salt + Charcoal was cool (For an instrumental?). KO KI sounded like lounge music from the world's best Hotel Lobby & by the time I finished Atlas, I was craving lyrics.


Refused... intriguing! Rev001 was pretty cool & I enjoyed Rather be Dead. Then YouTube reminded me to listen to Wasting Away from Nail Bomb - so I did! Thanks YouTube - at least you get me!


I checked out The Haunted as suggested by Leather Poisoning I really liked their The Dead Eye album!

Another LP recommendation was Stone Sour, of which I really liked Fabuless & Absolute Zero.


From Rhayader I liked Lotus from Soen. Actually, liked a few of their songs. Converge were ok. Same, didn't love them but not bad. Opeth, about the same - not bad & could grow to like them. Meshuggah = badass!

Came across Twelve Foot Ninja - will have a look at their stuff as I liked One Hand Killing.


More to follow...
You need to get Clutch from the start. I thought the first album was great.
Just did a quick scroll through Spotify & thought you might like some of these.
I have been re visiting music that I didn’t really catch on with the first time round in the first 4 & they have been Regulars for the last 12 months.

Testament
Danzig
Lamb of god
Parkway drive

August burns red
Cataract
Dead Kelly
Devonera
Dustbolt
Grand Magus
Hermano
King Parrot
Mustach
Pigmy love Circus
Prophets of Rage
Ringworm
Sanctity
Se Bon Ki Ra
Sylosis
Throwdown
Flotsam & Jetsom
Kingdom of sorrow
Robot Lords of Tokyo
 

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