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  • LinDanCZ

    Hi, thanks for your review on the new album by Issues! Great work, it's nice to see some open minded metalhead, who can enjoy also things like that.

    27 Fev 18h08 Responder
  • alex-CF

    thanks, glad you like them. I didn't study english, I just like to write, its my job outside the band as well as in it! take care

    27 Jul 2011 Responder
  • simon91hollnich

    nice music taste ! ;)

    10 Jul 2011 Responder
  • Evil_Obsidian

    Greetings Sam, Please check out the demo recording of a new song "Dead Inside" and De Profundis covering a Judas Priest classic (unreleased promo recording) Please join our official Facebook page, updated by the band!/deprofundistheband Regards Craig

    21 Jun 2011 Responder
  • mohameded17

    Thanks a lot =D

    16 Jun 2011 Responder
  • embryo1bts

    Thanks for the shout on our (between the screams) page dude, appreciate you checking us out. We actually released our first material around the same time as DSHS did, we both evolved similar sounds without knowing of each other for a few years.

    19 Mai 2011 Responder
  • Star_Ark

    G'day. If you've got some spare time check out Star Ark, Aussie prog similar to Katatonia, Karnivool, Porcupine Tree etc. All music is free to download from Here's a taste God Complex Avatar Cheers - Neil

    16 Mai 2011 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    by the way in case you haven't, i''d recommend checking out If These Trees Could Talk, post-rock band. i found their album Above the Earth, Below the Sky and its pretty good

    26 Abr 2011 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    yeah recently i've been striking a balance between post-rock and hipster garbage. I do well. I tried the band they did a split with, Tangled Thoughts of Leaving or something. wasn't a huge fan of them

    14 Abr 2011 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    I'd also like to point you in the direction of the little known pagan black metal band Trimonium. their second album 'blow the horns' is especially good

    14 Dez 2010 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    oh dont worry, i have my sources *evil laugh*

    5 Dez 2010 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    they've become one of my fave bm bands recently, and i shall give alter a bash, cheers man

    5 Dez 2010 Responder
  • xFleurDuMalx

    Man, you were so right. This American Head Charge album is fucking amazing! :D :D :D

    30 Mar 2010 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    i did, cynic ghost brigade and karnivool have received regular rotation the past couple of days. i was saddened the birthday masscre files didnt work, for some reason every time i added them to my library it played a few seconds then crashed my computer. i was also surprised to see no bloodbath on the harddrive

    11 Mai 2009 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    i'm disgusted with myself for not checking out Karnivool sooner

    10 Mai 2009 Responder
  • CanandMust

    I hear a lot about Aborted. If you listen to them let me know if it's any good and I'll bug Dave for some. Actually I recommend him as a source of extreme metal advice, he's the one responsible for introducing me to SYL and Decapitated.

    20 Jan 2009 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    haha, i remember the first cd i ever bought when i was about 10 or something was a Now! album that had To The Moon And Back by Savage on it. Probably first thing of a remote rock variety i ever heard

    18 Jan 2009 Responder
  • AdamGoff

    i noticed your request to gary for death metal, i was wondering if you'd ever checked out Aborted? their early stuff is heavily influenced by Carcass but they've found their own groove with their more recent albums. Quo Vadis are alright if you want something less brutal, but i know next to nothing about them so i wouldnt take that recommendation too seriously.

    18 Jan 2009 Responder
  • CanandMust

    I know, I never said it is. I've got the promo they released before that album. It's more like heavy jazz. That said, the first album is heavier on the whole, there's even growling.

    11 Jan 2009 Responder
  • CanandMust

    I know you've already got SYL, Ted Maul and about half of the others I'd recommend, so I'll just go with the ones I'm not sure about. A fair few of these by insane person standards would be called black metal, Decapitated is probably the best death metal band out there. Anaal Nathrakh, especially the latest album Hell Is Empty...And All the Devils are Here. Atheist is a weird one, bit like Ephel Duath but it's the guys from Death and Cynic. Carcass Septic Flesh (the album produced by Frederick Nordstrom. In fact I recommend looking at all the albums he's produced. He's awesome.). Cryptopsy is one of the few good really really brutal as fuck bands - generally people say None So Vile is the worthwhile one, and it's the only one I've got. Oh, actually you should listen to Alchemist, I've never gotten round to getting an album of theirs and they were really awesome at Hellfest. Also; Necrophagist, Sigh, Mortician, Rotting Christ, and Watain are probably all worth at least a brief look at.

    10 Jan 2009 Responder
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