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Discussion in 'General Music Discussion' started by Goliath, Jun 29, 2004.
Old But Gold. Two legendary Australian guitarists Brett Garsed & the late Stuart Fraser (RIP) Enjoy.
Believe I will be seeing them next month with Inferi. Pretty excited.
man that'll be a sick lineup.
yay khruangbin collab
Merry Christmas to all.
Merry Christmas Eve!!!!!
Back in high school (and shortly after), I was big into industrial-ish stuff like 16volt's "supercoolnothing", Circle of Dust (and Celldweller), NIN, Sister Machine Gun, Machines of Loving Grace, Kidney Theives' Zer0space, Lords of Acid, Snake River Conspiracy's "Sonic Jihad", etc. Kind of a mix of industrial and "nu-metal" (without any rapping), I guess.
I've been completely out of that world for 15 years. I have been coming back to it lately out of nostalgia.
But if I were to seek something more current from this sort of thing (hard rockt/metal with at least a sprinkling of electronica, and no growling. Distorted vocals are OK, but reeeeally hate cookie monster, and not much into "blast beat" sort of stuff anymore, like most Fear Factory, etc), what should I check out?
Toby and Mitchell of SNR came out with a project called Mojave Phone Booth a few years back. There hasn't been much of an update as far as anything more to come but their self titled is worth looking into.
And aside from the Doom 2016 video game soundtrack I can't think of anything industrial wise from a new(er) artist.
Check out Author and Punisher. 1 man industrial metal band but he makes some cool stuff.
Ok, so he's the Skinny Puppy/early 2000's Nails remix compillation-alike that I've also been wanting. Fuck that's killer.
How about just 1.5 notches up in the "musicality" scale? I still enjoy a good vocal and a chorus to sing along with.
I have also been following Trent along with everything he's been doing with Aticus Ross, etc, too, in case someone was going to recommend that.