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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by BIG ND SWEATY, Feb 25, 2016.
This is a band I've been hearing about for years but never checked out. I'm gonna correct that.
How do you like them?
Not really, it would take me about an hour and a half to drive out there if there was minimal traffic and their set list is just going to be PD and maybe 2-3 other songs so roughly 45-50 minutes of music and then another long ass drive back. To me that doesn't seem worth it when I can just wait until they roll through again with different bands. I also prefer to go to shows with friends but none of mine are into Gorguts so waiting gives me a chance to have them come with.
Just did a whole run of this album.
good lord ....ing amazing! Def a different vibe compared to Colored Sands but im loving it, such an organic sound too.
lemme just add that this album is fantastic after a little wacky tobacky...
I have a good feeling that this is the only time they will play Pleiades' Dust live.
Yeah no ..... I did the same thing with George Carlin and thought to myself "i will just catch him next time" and then he died.
Obviously the band isn't going to die but this is probably going to be the only time Gorguts will play the album live. It is not like they can play specific songs from it in the future.
Also, you are from Indiana so you have a far greater chanced to see great bands than I will ever have. I drove to Boston on a weekday to see Crowbar, who was not headlining, then drove home and went to work the next day.
Your earlier use of hyperbole implied that you wanted to seem them much more than you apparently do.
Relentless, crushing, heavy as balls. But unfortunately not my cup of tea. When I do listen to death metal I prefer the faster, melo-death variety.
I'm very open to suggestions on songs, though, if you have any.
Fast songs by Gorguts or just all-around good songs?
Fast might be Enemies of Compassion.
As far as other stuff goes, Reduced to Silence, Inverted, Obscura, and Condemned to Obscurity (That last one being my personal favorite)
The first album Considered Dead is about as close as you will get.
Anybody going to the Portland show?
So I choose to necrobump this thread instead of starting a new Gorguts thread.
Someone made a very pro live recording with the entire set from France. Audio quality is comparable with the studio material, enjoy:
I saw that they are playing a show in Montreal in April, perhaps they are doing another small tour??
Thanks for sharing!
I imagine they're trying to push small tours as Pleiades' Dust is still less than a year old and they're all busy people.
I hope they come by Denmark again with Pleiades' Dust, first time was in the other end of the country and I didn't go, even though 'the other end of the country' is only 300 km away
Bump. Just saw them at the venue where someone lost a bag of dimes or something - Lemay's nearly 50, and just keeps getting heavier. It was also nice seeing Colin Marston continuing to play instruments larger than himself (First saw Behold...the Arctopus open for BTBAM in December '07).
For anyone that's going to the NYC show on the 23rd. Artificial Brain will be playing that show now as well
No joke, I was debating whether it was still worth it after Defeated Sanity dropped. Not that I don't like Gorguts, but I was really bummed that I wasn't going to hear the Dharmata line-up. You've rekindled my interest considerably.