Vildhjarta thread!!

Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by ZeroCool, Sep 1, 2011.

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    The Reverend GHETTO KING OF SWAG

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    I got to see Vildhjarta in Austin a few weeks ago. It was a killer show, I'm really glad I got to see them. They were awesome live. The only thing that sucked was the sound guy.
     
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    Maybe they're a difficult band to mix? I saw them a few days ago and their performance was good, but you couldn't hear the guitars worth a shit.
     
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    It might be. At the show I went to, all the instruments were on point, you just couldn't hear the vocals whatsoever.
     
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    I could hear them, then again, I was right up front and three feet from where Daniel stands.
     
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    i was at that show too, got hit in the face with a plastic bottle that calle threw lol but it sounded on point to me..i could hear vilhelm's vocals but i couldn't hear daniel's, i was right in front of calle...and i don't know if that's just daniel losing his voice at times or if it's the sound guy, but i've noticed the same thing in a lot of their live videos as well.

    recorded like the first half of all these feelings too
     
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    goherpsNderp no refutin' rasputen

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    i'm probably late on this, but Amazon MP3 now has this available to buy, and at $7 to boot!

    jumped on it last night but forgot to burn a copy for the road. (yes, i'm still in the stone age using discs in my car)
     
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    GiveUpGuitar Give Up the Goods!

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    Just saw them in NYC. Holy shit. I've been to tons of shows, and never would I have expected New York to go that crazy. We tend to have a very ignorant crowd, and needless to say, things got very violent, and very ignorant. They are beyond solid live, and have such a crafted presence that I honestly can't compare to many bands. Sick setlist, although I'm sure y'all could look that up if you wanted to. I already owned a Thall t shirt, and after seeing them live for the first time, I went and bought another. Why? Because THALL
     
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    I'm pretty sure one of them used an RG1077XL at least for a couple of songs.
     
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    I saw them in Atlanta and they played their new EIR Guitars the whole set.. they sounded damn fine tho! amazing show as well
     
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    looks like they are in fact EIR guitars. never hear dog them before but checked out their Facebook where they have a shit ton of pictures of the guitars that vildhjrata are using. They look pretty damn good :yesway:
     
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    I finally listened to the thousands of evils EP. My jaw's pretty much on the floor, this is some of the most creative and atmospheric metal I've ever head. Tracks like "Dimman Fran Lutzen" are real masterpieces of mood, this is some of the ugliest, scariest stuff I have heard this side of Deathspell Omega. The riffing is really like no one else. This is really, really great stuff and a big step forward from Maastaden, I'm looking forward to the LP!
     
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    2 things I got from this vid.

    1. Im a big Vildhjarta fan and I never knew they had 2 singers.

    2. The guitar player in white looks like Ola Englund.

    I know Daniel is the guitar player in black but not sure anyone elses name.
     
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    Here's a question that may have been asked to death a million times, but does anyone know why the dudes in Vildhjarta tune their second highest string UP a half-step? (At least I think they do.) I'm just curious, thinking about messing around with that tuning, wondering the +'s/-'s of it. Like does it make some if the dissonant type stuff they do easier to fret or something?

    Any help is appreciated! :wavey:
     
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    I can't believe masstaden is 3 years old already... I remember listening to it the first time after being a fan of their EP work. I sat there for a minute after listeing to the whole thing straight through with my jaw open. I just couldn't comprehend the sound and the writing.

    I loved Thousands of Evils, but I can't wait till their next full length. I know some of them are members here, so I just want to say to you guys thank you for just doing what you do. Also a question. How do you guys make the crazy noises in the beginning Nojja? It's been bugging me haha. Is it purely from the tone/eq settings or is there more of a technique to it?
     

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