£15 to spend...suggestions?

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  1. Basti

    Basti not much space to wr

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    I got a £15 iTunes thing for Christmas and I'm too scared of spending it on something i'll regret, even though it's good for a whole album or two. Basically I'm looking for a perhaps lesser known band that could use some support and who need to be discovered. Favourite bands are Obscura (I would get something of theirs but i already saw them live), Spawn of Possession, Necrophagist, Element, Beyond Creation, some slam death here and there...all the obvious Tech Death bands

    Also if you're posting Youtube videos try to ya know, make it less than 10 per post? :lol:

    cheers doodz :cheers:
     
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    gorthul SS.org Regular

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    Anomalous



    But I don't even know if they released their album on itunes, haha. :lol:
     
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    Dan Senior Member

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    Persefone.



    Possibly the best £7.99 i have ever spent.
     
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  5. Basti

    Basti not much space to wr

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    Great suggestions so far, I saw Anomalous are in fact on iTunes soo...maybe, maybe...should say clean vocals are very hit-and-miss with me at the moment though.

    (So far I've pulled the trigger on the Viraemia EP because it was less than £4 :hbang: )
     
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    ZachK Ronda Rousey Fanboy

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    But for real though: Surgical Steel by Carcass
    and Colored Sands by Gorguts were great releases imo
     
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    maybe dive into other spheres of (Metal)music?

    The Ocean: Pelagial - My fav Album of 2013 (more on the softer side though)
    7horn7eyes - Great technical band with great atmosphere
    Fallujah - Tech Death / awesome solos and general riffage
    Ovids Withering: Scyther of the Ibis - Orchestral Tech Death - 2nd best Album of 2013
     
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    Leuchty Previously CYBERSYN

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    Basti not much space to wr

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    cheers I'll listen to these (except Fallujah cos i've seen them live so i think i should spread the wealth a bit). I already know plenty of different types of metal bands but i've come to find death to generally be the most interesting and expressive for me. Having said that i'm always open to new things if they're different from the usual djenty/melodic wankery
     
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    Pat_tct SS.org Regular

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    sure man. check them out.
    They are all great bands that have their own unique sound.
    no casual wankery, no casual djentery
     
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    DeKay Caynug

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    You could throw a dollar at me :D or 50 cent if you want to :)P)

     
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    Basti not much space to wr

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    ^You know, i might :cool: even though you guys aren't on iTunes are you? :p
     
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    DeKay Caynug

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    Haha cool!

    I am just one guy doing all that stuff by myself :D I am at bandcamp tho (it's easy and quick to get albums there), never used iTunes! Should I?

    Bandcamp (in my sig aswell :yesway:)
    https://caynug.bandcamp.com/album/imperfection
     
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    cwhitey2 BlackendCrust Metal™

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    This.
     
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    7 horns 7 eyes! Check it out.
     
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    works0fheart Tike Myson

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    Get this. You can thank me later. May as well close the thread now, you're not going to beat it ;) Just kidding. Really though. I listen to it every day almost and it still hasn't got old.

    [​IMG]
     
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    How about one of Fred Brum's albums? Active member on here
     

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