The Death Metal Thread

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by ryanp81 View Post
    You don't need you to educate anyone here on the board including myself on any type of metal music. Rimfrost is indeed black metal, there featured in the documentary called Black Metal Satanica so is Vreid, Dark Funeral, Ondskapt Shining and so forth.

    BTW welcome to AM.com, only one post in and you already sound sorta like a troll so good to go.
    Indeed I am a troll But I just meant that Rimfrost sound a little bit weak

    The new Sinister album https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wup-_Cz4kC0 on the other hand does not sound weak! Most brutal **** they've done in a long time.

    And I have to thank Piston Honda for mentioning Wretched, they were ok.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Dranziel View Post
    Indeed I am a troll But I just meant that Rimfrost sound a little bit weak

    The new Sinister album https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wup-_Cz4kC0 on the other hand does not sound weak! Most brutal **** they've done in a long time.

    And I have to thank Piston Honda for mentioning Wretched, they were ok.
    Never said you where a bonafide troll, anyway water under the bridge dude. I do have to agree with you about rimfrost, there not exactly the raw sound that you would expect with what true black metal is supposed to sound like which I can't stand....Sinister is sick as **** !!!

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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Piston Honda View Post
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    WHY DONT YOU !!!!!

  5. Love everything that Chuck Schuldiner has done...RIP

    One of my favorite bands of all time.

  6. Awesome thread!

    Anyone like Old Man's Child? In Defiance Of Existence and Vermin are incredible in my opinion. Also a huge fan of Septicflesh's The Great Mass and Communion.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by GreenMachineX View Post
    Awesome thread!

    Anyone like Old Man's Child? In Defiance Of Existence and Vermin are incredible in my opinion. Also a huge fan of Septicflesh's The Great Mass and Communion.
    I'm not a fan, I can't take anything like old mans child serious.... You probably know of Galders ( old mans child other band ) Dimmu hamburger and they gotta
    be one of the lamest metal bands now and pretty much all black metal is laughable at best....thats my opinion...bands like Dissection which I love I consider death metal even though the purists would call me out for that.

    I love good old death metal, Immolation, Malevolent Creation, Suffocation, Decapitated ( old stuff ) Nile, Cannibal Corpse.....the list could go on.

  8. So whats the progression from Death Metal? I think I first dug my teeth into Benediction's "Vision in the Shroud" when I was a kid in Munich, from there some bands here and there but started leaning towards the Swedish/Norwegian styles. And by progression I meant looking into cross genres that combined elements of death/black/core/math/florida/swedish had to offer. Lets talk about some good growlers out there. Two dudes that I think rule the range from low to high pitched squeel (and then some) would be Christian Alvestam and Robert Karlsson. Yeah they mix in melodic and I know its off topic but give the vinyls a spin if you ever get a chance. Sure outside the Death bounds but have elements. Uneven Structure is a new band that hs me hooked, playing into the polyrythmic math-djent. And before you go all ape **** on your keyboard because I said djent, just understand I'm referring to a undefined style math-prog-mash patato of music that Messhuga and Sikth started.
    Fur realz yo.

  9. Gonna bump this necrotizing thread to note my current Bolt Thrower obsession.

  10. The most recent Morgoth album, "Ungod," is chock-full of chunky, straight up death metal. Melodic in an Amon Amarth way. The vocalist reminds me of Jon Tardy from Obituary, but with more gurgle and rasp. Thick production. I recommend it.

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  12. Piston Honda - I really dug that, enough to buy it. That's a good label. Ilsa is on there now with a crushing cover of "The IVth Crusade." Worth checking out.

  13. That ILSA album sounds killer!

    Hard to believe Noisem is barely out of high school. Their future is very bright
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Jonas76 View Post
    So whats the progression from Death Metal? I think I first dug my teeth into Benediction's "Vision in the Shroud" when I was a kid in Munich, from there some bands here and there but started leaning towards the Swedish/Norwegian styles. And by progression I meant looking into cross genres that combined elements of death/black/core/math/florida/swedish had to offer. Lets talk about some good growlers out there. Two dudes that I think rule the range from low to high pitched squeel (and then some) would be Christian Alvestam and Robert Karlsson. Yeah they mix in melodic and I know its off topic but give the vinyls a spin if you ever get a chance. Sure outside the Death bounds but have elements. Uneven Structure is a new band that hs me hooked, playing into the polyrythmic math-djent. And before you go all ape **** on your keyboard because I said djent, just understand I'm referring to a undefined style math-prog-mash patato of music that Messhuga and Sikth started.
    Fur realz yo.
    Check out this progressive death metal band... 7 Horns 7 Eyes.
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TInQ0eZwFp8
    I think it's along the lines of what you're looking for (progressive/death/djent/etc). Incredible vocalist as well.

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