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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by ZeroCool, Sep 1, 2011.
New Tool and new Vildhjarta! I must be dreaming.
Oh I can explain; thall is.
If you weren't there, you don't know.
holy shit talk about VOKILLS
Am I the only one hearing a little less crispyness in the tone
Man that shit slaps. Probably the only modern sounding band I listen to anymore but how could you stop when they put out one banger after another?
Was so shook when I saw it pop up on my spotify! Really liked the track obviously
Had the exact same reaction lol.
Also, the song is goddamn amazing.
Nope. It means "The Holy Spirit". The holy other would be Den helige andre (which sounds somewhat wrong).
Dang this is dope. Perfect one to get you bumped before work. The melo part in the beginning mislead me a little haha
Hellll yes this is good stuff. Never doubt the thall.
Wow. That was incredible.
These guys better not disappear for another 3 years.
Did anyone hear do the Nail the Mix with Buster?
and someone already did a cover-
Stop teasing dammit! That last release was so good.
Teasers are cool and all but I wish they'd just release this album already.
Just heard this band for the first time this past weekend. Really cool stuff...
I don't follow too many 'djenty' bands but this definitely crushes. I also like how they have that spiraling, depressive, dissonant (sorta Ulcerate-ish) quality within the few songs that i heard.
I really wanted to, but I had so many issues with NTM the last time I used it (which was for a few months ending around Polyphia or something like that) and the price increase (at least, I think it increased) made me not go forward with it.
Damn shame too because Buster's work is incredible and I'd love to have a look into his sessions.
I was mostly curious because the preview video made it sound like the Vildjharta recording was kind half-assed and required a lot of little fixes and clean up things. I'd like to see how someone like that handles stems with clicks from no cross-fades and how you keep things sounding tight when the band uses pitch-shifting on complete guitar tones to change tuning/tempo.
New ish teaser.
Buster is apparently recording drums for new album next month. Approximately 1hr25m of music total if a vague post from their insta is to be believed.