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Was wondering what if you guys know/what you think of Sea of Treachery?

 

good band, i use to listen to them a year ago.

definitely more hardcore/metalcore though, not really deathmetal

 

 

Hardcore? Where do you get that vibe from lol?

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i personally have never considered Soilwork, Children of Bodom or In Flames Death Metal. I suppose they are, but ive never thought of them like that.

 

Death Metal needs the growling voice, not singing. They dont do high pitched screams either they growl. I dont know anymore, too many variations on it, too many sub genres cropping up

 

like Behemoth, wheres that fit? Exhorder? is that thrash? Eye Hate God? is that sludge? who draws the lines?

 

yeah none of those bands are deathmetal... closest would be children of bodom, but i would class them as more metal

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Was wondering what if you guys know/what you think of Sea of Treachery?

 

good band, i use to listen to them a year ago.

definitely more hardcore/metalcore though, not really deathmetal

 

 

Hardcore? Where do you get that vibe from lol?

 

vice? no... they ARE hardcore.

hardcore is breakdowns and 2-steps beats....

there is a MASSIVE difference between hardcore and deathmetal.

Listen to The Black Dahlia Murder, then listen to Sea Of Treachery.... mega difference.

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Here is some Death Metal for you all!

 

Iniquity!

 

 

Austria's finest in brutality = Distorted Impalement

- Blast Beats

 

- Breakdowns

 

- Pig Squeals

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I didn't say they were deathmetal. I just didn't get where the hard core aspect came from. Always just considered stuff like comeback kid and 50 lions hardcore. And stuff like sea metalcore + loads of breakdown-ness. I prefer bdm and jfac more anyway but that's not the point.

You guys into as blood runs black or?

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I didn't say they were deathmetal. I just didn't get where the hard core aspect came from. Always just considered stuff like comeback kid and 50 lions hardcore. And stuff like sea metalcore + loads of breakdown-ness. I prefer bdm and jfac more anyway but that's not the point.

You guys into as blood runs black or?

 

ahh i get ya, yeah agree with metalcore.

 

i use to love as blood runs black, you know if they have a new album out yet? they haven't had new shit in years?!

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Nah I don't think so man. I know there are a few studio videos of them in progress on YouTube, I think a song got leaked as well, not sure. I liked what a heard anyhow, should be out soonish I guess.

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I didn't say they were deathmetal. I just didn't get where the hard core aspect came from. Always just considered stuff like comeback kid and 50 lions hardcore. And stuff like sea metalcore + loads of breakdown-ness. I prefer bdm and jfac more anyway but that's not the point.

You guys into as blood runs black or?

Friggin awesome band!

 

Had a chat to the singer when they were on tour last year and was a cool dude.

 

Then I was out with a friend at a club, as I was walking to the bar, Ernie, the guitar player just randomly walked in and I was like WTF?!

 

Just so happen I was wearing my ABRB t-shirt on and he was stoked and we'd all slam down a few Jagers together.

 

Looks like ABRB have a new LP coming out called "Instinct" and on tour atm in the USA.

 

+ it looks like the have a new line up of band members now...

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That woulda been f**king awesome lol.

 

Who's left/been replaced?

 

:D

 

The last line up was...

 

- Chris on Vocals

 

- Ernie and Sal on Guitars

 

- Nick on Bass

 

- Leche on Drums

 

Now the line up is...

 

- Sonik on Vocals

 

- Dan and Greg on Guitars

 

- Nick on Bass

 

- Leche on Drums

 

- http://www.myspace.com/asbloodrunsblack

 

Be good to see how they all go and how well the new line up performs.

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I'm going to change this to a "Heavy music thread" just so there is no people dissing other heavy genre's :)

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Good idea man^

 

And oww. I loved chris' vocals..

The breakdown in Dying Days.. So f**king great.

 

Anyhow, YouTube: Phineas - I am the lion.

It's just heavy-ish metal core but I love it.

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I'm going to change this to a "Heavy music thread" just so there is no people dissing other heavy genre's :)

Good choice. Arguing about sub-genres gets boring quick :P

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Moving away from the death metal thing for a bit, I chucked a former favourite cd in this morning on the drive to work. My Dying Bride - Songs of Darkness, this song in particular is just amazing. I recommend having a bottle of decent red wine, pressing play & then turning the monitor off and just enjoying the brilliance.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZtt4NBisRo

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I'm going to change this to a "Heavy music thread" just so there is no people dissing other heavy genre's :)

Awesome, now that just opens up to all Metal Music thumbsup.gif

 

Here are a few more:

 

Pantera / August Burns Red / All Shall Perish / Walls Of Jericho / Her Nightmare / Parkway Drive / Heaven Shall Burn / I Killed The Prom Queen / Terror / Madball...

 

Good idea man^

 

And oww. I loved chris' vocals..

The breakdown in Dying Days.. So f**king great.

 

Anyhow, YouTube: Phineas - I am the lion.

It's just heavy-ish metal core but I love it.

Yeah man!

 

"Bring The Mother F**king Ruckus!" is the best part.

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OK.. who is old school like me and stands by Machinehead, Fear Factory, Sepultura (whilst Max Cavalera was on vocals), Pantera (Before Dimebag was shot down), etc..

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How many of you folks have wathed the docos Metal: A Headbanger's Journey and Global Metal by Sam Dunn?

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OK.. who is old school like me and stands by Machinehead, Fear Factory, Sepultura (whilst Max Cavalera was on vocals), Pantera (Before Dimebag was shot down), etc..

 

I prefer my old school to mean Motorhead, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, etc.

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OK.. who is old school like me and stands by Machinehead, Fear Factory, Sepultura (whilst Max Cavalera was on vocals), Pantera (Before Dimebag was shot down), etc..

Yeah!

 

Saw MH / FF / Soulfly but never got to see Pantera, cuz I don't think I was old enough to know what was going on about when they were coming to AUS...

 

How many of you folks have wathed the docos Metal: A Headbanger's Journey and Global Metal by Sam Dunn?

Always wanted to watch a Metal Music doco...

 

Can you recommend any more?

 

OK.. who is old school like me and stands by Machinehead, Fear Factory, Sepultura (whilst Max Cavalera was on vocals), Pantera (Before Dimebag was shot down), etc..

 

I prefer my old school to mean Motorhead, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, etc.

Slayer :D

 

Parkway drive dvd...

Was an awesome 1st DVD.

 

Great recording of the show / sound quality and the documentation of how they got to where they are now.

 

I remember seeing PWD back in the day when they played shows every couple of months, tickets would be $12.50 (approx) and all they would play is their EP Don't Close Your Eyes.

 

Throw in a track off Killing With A Smile and that be the show for the night laugh.gif

 

Now you'd have to pay $30+, see them at large venues and most of the music would be off the newer albums, which kinda suck.

 

I only like the EP / Killing With A Smile and a few tracks of Horizons.

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How many of you folks have wathed the docos Metal: A Headbanger's Journey and Global Metal by Sam Dunn?

Always wanted to watch a Metal Music doco...

 

There's apparently another good one kicking around that looks more at how metal came to be. The 2 I mentioned by Sam Dunn & Scott MacFayden look more at the globalisation of metal as Sam Dunn is an anthropologist. Have you seen the Iron Maiden film/doco Flight 666? It was made by the same guys.

 

Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster - I recommend seeing this just to get an idea of how gay Metallica really are.

 

A quick google search revealed a few more (I haven't seen these):

Heavy: The Story of Metal

Metalheads

Heavy Metal: Louder Than Life

Dancing With The Devil (1991)

Until The Light Takes Us (looks at Black Metal - this will be seriously interesting)

Promised Land of Heavy Metal (looks at Finnish metal)

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Dude, went to see them at Adelaide uni, wasn't a massive gig and they played songs off everything. Finished with carrion (lol) and boneyards. f**king epic. First time I've seen them. Dont close and killing with a smile are my favourite albums though.

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Dude, went to see them at Adelaide uni, wasn't a massive gig and they played songs off everything. Finished with carrion (lol) and boneyards. f**king epic. First time I've seen them. Dont close and killing with a smile are my favourite albums though.

 

agreed, killing with a smile is their best album... from there is seems to be just getting shitter haha

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Yea killing with a smile does rock. And I thought like that too, especially when I first played horizons, but then it grew on me and I coudnt deny it's f**king awesomeness, same thing happened with deep blue, absolutely hated it to start with. But it's parkway drive so I love all their musics :)

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Yea killing with a smile does rock. And I thought like that too, especially when I first played horizons, but then it grew on me and I coudnt deny it's f**king awesomeness, same thing happened with deep blue, absolutely hated it to start with. But it's parkway drive so I love all their musics :)

 

neither of the albums have grown on me...

mates said the same thing about the new whitechapel album, that it would grow on me

but never did haha

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Ah wells. And I didn't know they had a new album out! I saw them at soundwave, that was a heaps fun day. What direction have they taken with the new album?

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How many of you folks have wathed the docos Metal: A Headbanger's Journey and Global Metal by Sam Dunn?

Always wanted to watch a Metal Music doco...

 

There's apparently another good one kicking around that looks more at how metal came to be. The 2 I mentioned by Sam Dunn & Scott MacFayden look more at the globalisation of metal as Sam Dunn is an anthropologist. Have you seen the Iron Maiden film/doco Flight 666? It was made by the same guys.

 

Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster - I recommend seeing this just to get an idea of how gay Metallica really are.

 

A quick google search revealed a few more (I haven't seen these):

Heavy: The Story of Metal

Metalheads

Heavy Metal: Louder Than Life

Dancing With The Devil (1991)

Until The Light Takes Us (looks at Black Metal - this will be seriously interesting)

Promised Land of Heavy Metal (looks at Finnish metal)

laugh.gif @ Metallica being gay... I saw a bit of that doco and I think the drummer was having abit of a cry in the middle of the doco...

 

I will take a look into those doco's you mentioned.

 

Thanks man thumb.gif

 

 

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There's apparently another good one kicking around that looks more at how metal came to be. The 2 I mentioned by Sam Dunn & Scott MacFayden look more at the globalisation of metal as Sam Dunn is an anthropologist. Have you seen the Iron Maiden film/doco Flight 666? It was made by the same guys.

 

Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster - I recommend seeing this just to get an idea of how gay Metallica really are.

 

A quick google search revealed a few more (I haven't seen these):

Heavy: The Story of Metal

Metalheads

Heavy Metal: Louder Than Life

Dancing With The Devil (1991)

Until The Light Takes Us (looks at Black Metal - this will be seriously interesting)

Promised Land of Heavy Metal (looks at Finnish metal)

Sweet, cheers for the list. Will check them out.

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OK.. who is old school like me and stands by Machinehead, Fear Factory, Sepultura (whilst Max Cavalera was on vocals), Pantera (Before Dimebag was shot down), etc..

I listen to a lot of old school Fear Factory. Some of the best shit to lift weights to.

Only got a few Pantera tracks. Just the obvious ones like Cowboys From Hell, Cemetery Gates, Broken. I'll have to grab more.

Oldest stuff I have would probably be Slayer.

 

This has got to be one of the best intros to a song imo.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ep_9S9WH8TI

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speaking of classics i just got Venom - Black Metal and Welcome to Hell on vinyl. Both amazing albums, genre defining stuff

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