#361
this fucking rips

#362

tears posted:

Flying_horse_in_saudi_arabia posted:

tears never fails to charm with that whitest bitch u know posting gimmick



i can fix her

#363

Constantignoble posted:

this fucking rips



i can fix her

#364
the guy from wulkanaz is at it again
#365

lo posted:

the guy from wulkanaz is at it again


lol at 1:35

#366
well this sucks https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/04/entertainment/alexi-laiho-children-of-bodom-death-intl-scli/index.html
#367
...no

#368

Constantignoble posted:

bodom was one of my biggest guitar-practice motivators back in high school


i met them a few times at shows & festivals back in the mid-00's. a straightedge nerdo teen, i stupidly declined an invitation to get baked with them in their tour bus.

a grave and enduring regret

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#369

Constantignoble posted:

Constantignoble posted:

bodom was one of my biggest guitar-practice motivators back in high school

i met them a few times at shows & festivals back in the mid-00's. a straightedge nerdo teen, i stupidly declined an invitation to get baked with them in their tour bus.

a grave and enduring regret




#370


still listening. still in mourning.
#371
slow start (first 30 seconds) but worth the watch to see cracker ISIS making a fool of itself
#372
Nice to see crakkker isis supporting the anti police movement.
#373

#374
just finished this and now i'm gonna replay it

#375
also a new Portal

#376
30-year anniversary of the best album in this particular genre imo
#377

lo posted:

demilich are one of the only good tech death bands ever probably along with this band


i've been thinking about this and while i don't have an encyclopedic sense of the subgenre, i feel like if it was stuck in a rut, probably arguable that Gorguts pulled it out, and the bands that have taken that sort of "extreme"/avant garde clip with it have done some interesting stuff — Ulcerate, Artificial Brain, Convulsing

mostly i am also looking for an excuse to gesture again toward that Ad Nauseam album i posted recently, which i have returned to a bunch of times in the week and change since

#378

Constantignoble posted:


Demilich and Timeghoul are essential and I agree about Gorguts. Some more favs of mine which I consider canonical in the genre:








"Privilege of Evil" ONLY (Amorphis has not come close to this since):






As for continuity, this project (conceived by a friend and former bandmate!) is an amazing nod to Demilich and Timeghoul and will surely appeal to fans thereof:




#379

Constantignoble posted:

lo posted:


demilich are one of the only good tech death bands ever probably along with this band


i've been thinking about this and while i don't have an encyclopedic sense of the subgenre, i feel like if it was stuck in a rut, probably arguable that Gorguts pulled it out, and the bands that have taken that sort of "extreme"/avant garde clip with it have done some interesting stuff — Ulcerate, Artificial Brain, Convulsing

mostly i am also looking for an excuse to gesture again toward that Ad Nauseam album i posted recently, which i have returned to a bunch of times in the week and change since


i actually think that gorguts are probably responsible for the problems and excesses of the style, obscura is where most 'modern' tech death comes from i think. before that there were 'technical' bands that often sounded weird but they feel much more linked to prior death metal whereas most modern tech death seems to be terribly embarrassed of where it came from.

#380
there's a new antediluvian record and it's got lots of spooky sounds on it, although, i am not so sure about the 6 minute long down pitched monologue about the numerology of 666. but that's ok they're allowed to indulge themselves a little
#381
found some new weirdos from portugal