New Metal Music Thread

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    Melodeath meets industrial metal, great clean and harsh vocals, very swedish style in some parts. Btw I know the keyboard player.

     
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    heck yes!
    Was hoping they’d put out something new
     
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    My favorite song of 2020 so far. :D

     
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    Digging the first couple of singles off this, should be a pretty sick slam record. :yesway:

     
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    Yayyyy more new Hyborian
     
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    Gonna get hit for this but why didn't they copy Mastodon when Mastodon was good
     
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    Go listen to their first album. They're nothing like Mastodon. More like High on Fire but thrashier or like The Sword back during their Age of Winter era
     
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    Vader just released a new song and it might be one of their best since "Impressions in blood"...
     
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    Have you ever asked yourself, "what if Opeth were a sludge band?"

     
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    Pretty much every Artisan Era band is Tech goodness that you need in your life.

    With that said, I'm wishing less bands did the record single notes and have it super produced. Now maybe I'm describing it wrong, but instead of an album sounding like Inferi's Revenant, I'd prefer the production be like their End of an Era Rebirth.
     
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    Some folk'y metal tunes for the weekend :cheers: :hungus:


     
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    Bullet For My Valentine co-founder Michael “Moose” Thomas [drums] with Throw The Fight frontman James Clark [vocals], Jordan Whelan of Still Remains [guitar], and Travis Montgomery of Threat Signal [guitar]


    There's a point where you are basically listening to a guitar pro file with how choppy every instrument sounds. I like polished production that benefit from that kind of approach but there's a point you go way to far and its just fatiguing to listen to.
     
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    And thats exactly what I don't want. I miss some reality to production. If I ever find the time and learn how to produce, I think I'll try and record full riffs or phrases rather than note by note. It sounds better to me, I think. Can't be sure, as I'm not well veresed in recording :lol:
     
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    If you're referring to Aronious, I would be surprised if they recorded that way. They've been working on this album FOREVER and both of the guitarists are unfuckwithable as far as being stupid tight. They're from the area and Ryan (lead guitar) is always posting ridiculous live playthrough snippets.
     
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    Oh no, I'm not pointing fingers :lol: I've actually not gotten a chance to listen to that album yet. I'm speaking in general that I prefer the sound when a riff is actually recorded in its' entirety.

    Cool to hear they record that way. Makes me more eager to listen!
     
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