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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by philkilla, May 30, 2019.
Well there goes my question on how they could possibly play it live!
carbomb is awesome and if you disagree you are wrong
Is there any other kind of Thordenal solo? *rim shot*
Been queuing up these guys and Converge a lot lately. Absolutely monstrous sounds from both.
Third vid, maximum pews!!!
Ah I was just about to upload this. Finally I know how he's doing the pew pews haha
Frontierer is in the same general category of face peeling
I was told to check them out if I dig carbomb and I was severely disappointed
definitely not in the same league
btw, the dude in the background enjoying the pew pews is Jocke from Clawfinger
Frontierer is awesome, IMO, but nothing like Carbomb. Carbomb is like daggers and lasers blasting to you to bits, Fronteirer is like being trapped under the longest, heaviest train ever. Relentless and monotonous. Both excellent, but no even close to the same thing.
How I wish a Rig Rundown of Car Bomb!
You mean like this?
I wonder what Amp Sim and drive he uses. Love his tone.
And super insane sounds with those fortin too!
And is mordial all axe fx? Because damn that tone is killer!
afaik it was a mesa, could be wrong tho
Whipped out the whammy pedal after watching Greg play, but it's not the same. What a monster player.
This isn't on spotify
I tell you, i saw them at Arctangent and they were inhumanly tight live, be it the drummer, the guitarist, the bass players. They were just about perfect and i don't know how they do it.
I saw frontierer there as well, and while their liveshow is wild, i'm definitely bored with them on CD. Car bomb just has so much going on and so many "wtf how do they do that" moments. Blows my mind.
I got into car bomb because it was intriguing but i stay because their songs actually stay interesting and are more than a gimmick.
They literally check every metal box I have. Tony Danza used to be as close as I could get, but as time when on, I got super bored with their newer stuff (3&4).
what a ridiculous band. I went from not really being into them to completely loving them with Mordial. Looking forward to many more years of sick releases.
just bought my ticket to see them in March in Budapest, can't wait. Had a chance to see them at a festival, but I think a small club is going to be a much better experience.