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Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby Wolfmammy » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:20 pm

Last post of the previous page :

Everclear WroteColon
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MonsieurViktor WroteColonwhy is it always murderdolls and never FDQ13? id so rather have his old music over his new mainstream crap.


If it's mainstream, then why am I bagged out by regular people for listening to it? The only reason I don't have Wednesday's ilder stuff is I haven't had the time to aquire it. As I said in another thread, I'm paranoid the 'rents are watching me on the computer.


Technically, you're both right. More and more people are figuring out who the Murderdolls are, and I could be wrong about it, but the reason I see, is because of Joey Jordison. Joey is popular because of Slipknot. I think Slipknot is one of the biggest alternative/metal/whateveryouwannacallit bands out there today, and so because of that, Joey is bringing recognition to the Murderdolls. Frankenstein Drag Queens is my favourite form of anything Wednesday 13 has ever done. But in the same vein, Murderdolls aren't as popular as, say, Children of Bodom, or Cannibal Corpse (I don't know a lot of deathmetal bands or the hardcore stuff, sorry for the shitty examples), because they're not on TV, they're not carried in "mainstream" stores. The only place I've ever found anything by the Murderdolls is online.
So...Yeah, they're popular. But not as popular as they could be. (Which is sad, 'cause they're friggin' awesome.)


As someone who listened to Cannibal Corpse when they were an underground band I take offense to them being called 'shitty'. You fawn over mainstream bands in this thread and then consider a CC a 'shitty' example of Death Metal?
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby EricSKMN » Fri Oct 15, 2010 2:36 pm

Eaten back to Life certainly is the shit, but in a good way. ^_^

EDIT: Now if we can get back on topic and recommend the OP some music that may be up their alley...that would be awesome. The previous page is just one big back and forth conversation.

Earlier I suggested Swans if OP is unfamiliar with. My next recommendation is Children on Stun, which is probably up your alley. Again, you may or may not already know that one too.

Oh, here's a sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YfF6QC5z5g
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Postby Wolfmammy » Fri Oct 15, 2010 2:45 pm

EricSKMN WroteColonEaten back to Life certainly is the shit, but in a good way. ^_^


I was listening to Butcherd At Birth, but Eaten is a good album, too!

*hugz*
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby Ailahh » Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:47 pm

I shall suggest Goatmill. The instrumental skill those guys have is AWESOME! "Apocryful" is probably my favourite, especially the start. They're really nice guys too, ahhh... rusty spoons...
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby thisofthat » Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:54 pm

I waould say Midnight Dirge is worth listening to. They're relatively new, but altogether very talented.
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Postby Everclear » Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:49 am

Teenage Jesus and The Jerks. The album Pink.
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby zoldos » Tue Nov 02, 2010 6:18 pm

I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned them, but what about Bella Morte? I also like Diva Destruction and Collide. Awesome stuff!
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby woodraf » Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:42 am

Check:

The Proof - "Galeria Złudzeń" (http://www.myspace.com/theproofpl)

and

Hyoscyamus Niger - "Czas" (http://www.myspace.com/hyoscyamusniger)

You can catch both CDs (and much more like tshirts, pins, etc... too...) on Bat-Cave Productions website (http://www.mailorder.bat-cave.pl).
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Postby lostindreaming » Thu Nov 04, 2010 7:57 am

Dyonisis. Their new cd is "Intoxicated" I mentioned them on the female fronted bands thread, but I think they will appeal to anyone, not just those who like female vocals. They are one of the best newer bands I have heard. Not the same old dirgey-doomg that is all too common. Ranges from ethereal to rockish, I love their layered ethereal vocals best. Very intricate interplay between backing instruments and vocals. My in-depth review is here:

http://www.midnightcalling.com/wordpres ... toxicated/
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Postby zoldos » Thu Nov 04, 2010 4:17 pm

I need to check them out! Thanks for the tip! :)
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Postby lostindreaming » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:40 am

I placed this in the music section,but I think my heading may have not been specific enough to get much attention. On Amazon.com there are several very good albums for free. 'Eternal Baroque' is a nice Baroque compilation, running close to an hour. The Projekt compilation was released last summer, my favorite track is the Nicki Jaine piece. You can't beat the price!

http://www.amazon.com/Eternal-Baroque/d ... 0&sr=301-1

Eternal Baroque

http://www.amazon.com/Projekt-afar/dp/B ... 6&sr=301-1

Projekt Afar

and not quite free, but only $1.99 for literally hours of music is "The 99 Darkest Pieces of Classical Music". Very nice.

http://www.amazon.com/99-Darkest-Pieces ... 6&sr=301-1
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby nightstorm » Thu Dec 16, 2010 12:38 pm

um one eyed doll are really worth lissening to. :)
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby zoldos » Thu Dec 16, 2010 3:07 pm

I've recently gotten into "Delight" and "We are the Fallen", not sure if they've been mentioned, but are cool gothish with female vocals. Good stuff! :)
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby orlok » Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:48 am

Has anyone mentioned O.Children yet?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmcHPk8_1N8


... Now someone has. :P
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby Minnie d'Arc » Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:45 am

orlok WroteColonHas anyone mentioned O.Children yet?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmcHPk8_1N8


... Now someone has. :P

And I would definitely thank you for having done so.

Bookmarked!!
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Re: Suggestions for new bands/albums to try out?

Postby officialnosferatu » Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:31 am

Ulterior & Misery Lab's new albums.
Saw O.Children at WGW last year - stunning drummer! Not sure how good the album is..
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