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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by 27duuude, Aug 20, 2011.
Think Oxford will add it to their dictionary?
Because no one told us what it was until now
From the context it seemed like people were claiming it was a new genre.
From what I understood, Thall is supposed to be harder than Djent, but actually there's no difference: Same whiny clean guitar doodle. But at least, the direction of the thought is good. I'm so sick of 18th century tonal chords and tonal clean vocals which creates instantly Caries.
Hahahaha wow, I can't belive I said DM, there are too many medias to worry about! Sorry chap.
You guys know djent isn't a genre, right.
I bet this 'Thall' character doesn't even know who Bulb is. I bet he can't even play djentxcore.
Depending on your reason for making such a comment that's not necessarily a bad thing. I believe some folks spend entirely too much time here. Particularly when you learn to speak a new form of broken english practically created here.
We need a THALL emoticon
This is always worth another view
Thall, djent, deathcore, hardcore, metalcore, djentstep, nu-metal, new nu-metal, tech metal, tech-death, black metal, doom metal, grindcore, prog, symphonic.
It's METAL for fuck sake.
Can we just call it METAL?
Fuck yeah! Metal!
EDIT: Was that video real?
My one? Sadly, yes.
I think the mere existence of this thread and all the pissing and debating over it pretty much fulfilled the purpose.
Maybe ppl are just mad they weren't included on the inside joke. Like "smooth move, Ferguson," on 30 Rock.
I always thought Thall was the name of the sort of droning, low as shit note thing that Vildjharta does. See :39, :47, and so on. It sounds different than just a simple open note. I dunno though
We definitely need to establish this. Can´t wait until everyone says "Thall is not a genre, it´s a sound" and argues whether something is djent or thall. Who´s with me?
I thought THALL was just a troll term? Djent made sense because it was an onomonopia. 'Thall' only loosely (if at all) sounds like what's happening; it's like 'glem' but 'thall' actually caught on.
I thought the same To my ears it's that droning note that's a bit more "throaty" than your average djent-ing sound.
Makes my sick to my stomach when I see it in sticker or inlay form.Why is it ok to do that ,but engraving "djent" on a pickup, or sticking/inlaying it on a guitar goes too much?