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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Lorcan Ward, Jul 6, 2019.
Pretty "aggressive" track for these guys.
New machine isn't terrible this time around.
Become the firestorm is ok aside that awful chorus
Keygen Church / Master Boot Record is making me more and more of the opinion that the use of analog guitars as controllers for digital production of metal, especially black metal, is becoming an anachronism.
There's a logo if I've ever seen one sheeeeesshhhhhh.
When you see 'Demo' with an illegible logo, you know it's gonna be good.
I spotted this and have been meaning to listen to it with no time, finally I get to hear it. Superb work, especially their cinematic parts. It's so hard to do atmospheric bm well live, but they seem to manage just fine. Love this band, some of my favorite USBM.
Impressed by this
I really like the instrument parts, but I wish the vocals were more ... pronounced? I'm having a very hard time telling whether there are actual lyrics or if it's just supposed to be atmospheric background "howling".
Comparing to the new Wolves In The Throne Room song for example, the vocal style is kinda similar, but in the latter you can definitely tell there are words in there (even though I don't have a clue about what he's saying).
The rest of the production is very clear and tight for a BM band though.
Oh yeah and apparently these guys released a new song too. Not really a fan of theirs but I recall seeing them discussed here, so here you go:
I honestly felt the same about that Yoth Iria release I posted. I actually like that type of vocal style tbh. The instrumentation and quality in bm is getting better lately though and I'm pretty happy about that.
Brand new collaboration from The Body and BIG|BRAVE
Sounds nothing like either of their previous work. Just the single is out but I am very stoked for the full album. They both put out full-lengths this year too, busy bees.
It doesn't ruin the music but I don't really feel like it adds much to it either. I guess it might just take some getting used to, since usually vocals are up front in the middle and here they felt almost like they're panned hard to the sides and mixed more like ambience rather than lead vocals. If it's intentional, then ok! Good for them.
Has a "Bolt Thrower playing brutal DM" feel. I like it.
I pretty much feel the same way about it. I don't mind it but don't see it as better or worse. I see it more as just another way to do things. It might even help more people understand lyrics better in some instances by doing it this way.
Yeah, it has grown on me more and I think it might be intentional.