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http://www.myspace.com/abysmalfall


Just approved their req on myspace. Give them a try, guys. Experimental death/black.


December 5th, 2007, 8:00 pm
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Post Sear Bliss
Has anyone mentioned the Hungarian band, Sear Bliss?

Very atmospheric epic black metal, but they have a TROMBONE player! He does play live with them, and in the studio overdubs all the horns in their orchestral sections.

These guys have been around since 1993, and I just discovered them last week. They also have some great spacey synth parts, epic orchestration, and actual guitar SOLOS!!

Their latest has the best production, called "The Arcane Odyssey"

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December 6th, 2007, 4:39 pm
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Yup. However, their latest haven't impressed me, it's not that fast and spacey black metal (it's a more folk oriented and historical album in fact) we met while listening to their 2004 Glory and Perdition.


December 6th, 2007, 7:43 pm
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L'HYMNE A LA JOIE album by THE CNK

http://myspace.com/thecnk

Symphonical industrial/death metal

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Sounds like Carl Orff drinking Martini with Rammstein and Alec Empire, sitting together on a heap of human corpses, rambling on the death of our modern world.


December 6th, 2007, 8:20 pm
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Could I recommend you DISILLUSION?

I'm sure you allready know them!!
I like them, especially I really enjoyed the last album Gloria, but also the first is cool.

I saw them live twice this summer, and they are very good on stage!!


December 7th, 2007, 2:18 pm
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Disillusion is great! When I first heard "Gloria" I hated it like the plague, but now I´m loving it! :)

oT: ANAAL NATHRAKH! Their new CD "Hell Is Empty... And All The Devils Are Here" is the most infernal hyperblast I´ve ever heard - and I´m playing in TRISTWOOD, for those who don´t know! :wink:

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December 7th, 2007, 7:28 pm
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Too many good stuf to check out and no time! Abysmal Fall are interesting, anyway. I also love the grind-black approach of Anaal Natrakh.


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Symptoms wrote:
I also love the grind-black approach of Anaal Natrakh.


Mick Kenney is really the next Dan Swano - there is such a variety of quality projects he is involved with - Anaal Nathrakh, Frost, Mistress, Exploder, Professor Fate, running FETO Records with Shane Embury, etc.

Anaal Nathrakh has really grown into a devastating grinding/black/death metal machine, without the cheesy-ness or over-commercialized-ness of Dimmu and Cradle. No corpse-paint, goth imagery, silly satanism or suicidal teenage-androgynous-boy-in-eyeliner on the cover.

Just really interesting heavy (and more complex than we realize) music

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December 10th, 2007, 3:17 pm
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Dimaension X wrote:
Symptoms wrote:
I also love the grind-black approach of Anaal Natrakh.


Mick Kenney is really the next Dan Swano - there is such a variety of quality projects he is involved with - Anaal Nathrakh, Frost, Mistress, Exploder, Professor Fate, running FETO Records with Shane Embury, etc.

Anaal Nathrakh has really grown into a devastating grinding/black/death metal machine, without the cheesy-ness or over-commercialized-ness of Dimmu and Cradle. No corpse-paint, goth imagery, silly satanism or suicidal teenage-androgynous-boy-in-eyeliner on the cover.

Just really interesting heavy (and more complex than we realize) music


Yeah! And on youtube.com you can find amazing videos of Anaal Natrakh playing live with Napalm Death members, it really rules! My favourite song is Do Not Speak, the chorus and the ending are amazing.


December 10th, 2007, 8:50 pm
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Post A Free Christmas Present!!
Hey, give yourselves all a Christmas present (or whatever holiday you celebrate) and go to James Fogarty's website, Death To Music!

http://www.deathtomusic.com/main.htm

His Ewigkeit 2005 release "Conspiritus", originally released on Earache Records, is available for FREE download from the "releases" link. This release was sadly and criminally NOT promoted whatsoever by Earache (dicks!!), so James Fogarty is releasing it himself.

There's ALOT of very cool music at this website, most of it is free, only one or two releases you have to pay for, but, hey, the guy's gotta make a buck or two for his efforts, right??

He is one very talented guy.

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December 22nd, 2007, 10:27 pm
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Dimaension X wrote:
Hey, give yourselves all a Christmas present (or whatever holiday you celebrate) and go to James Fogarty's website, Death To Music!

http://www.deathtomusic.com/main.htm

His Ewigkeit 2005 release "Conspiritus", originally released on Earache Records, is available for FREE download from the "releases" link. This release was sadly and criminally NOT promoted whatsoever by Earache (dicks!!), so James Fogarty is releasing it himself.

There's ALOT of very cool music at this website, most of it is free, only one or two releases you have to pay for, but, hey, the guy's gotta make a buck or two for his efforts, right??

He is one very talented guy.

This - is - very - cool - stuff! Thx!

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sehr geehrter herr Dimaension X,
vielen dank, pure gorgeousness!

mit freundlichen gruessen,
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December 23rd, 2007, 12:09 pm
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Dimaension X wrote:
Symptoms wrote:
I also love the grind-black approach of Anaal Natrakh.


Mick Kenney is really the next Dan Swano - there is such a variety of quality projects he is involved with - Anaal Nathrakh, Frost, Mistress, Exploder, Professor Fate, running FETO Records with Shane Embury, etc.

Anaal Nathrakh has really grown into a devastating grinding/black/death metal machine, without the cheesy-ness or over-commercialized-ness of Dimmu and Cradle. No corpse-paint, goth imagery, silly satanism or suicidal teenage-androgynous-boy-in-eyeliner on the cover.

Just really interesting heavy (and more complex than we realize) music


There's only one Dan Swano...
I really appreciate all his collaborations and bands aswell as a producer.
He played everywhere (as Hellhammer, the black metal bitch), but the band I like most is Edge Of Sanity. Crimson is the top album, a unique 40min track, where they put in many different influences from death to black, from gothic to doom, from acoustic to rock. On this album he did the most, he also singing on it, with great vocals!!

He played also drums and produced all Diabolical Masquerade's albums, he did collaborations with Katatonia, Opeth, he is still playing in Bloodbath, and much much more...

a really outstanding man


January 2nd, 2008, 7:44 pm
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There's only one Dan Swano...
I really appreciate all his collaborations and bands aswell as a producer.
He played everywhere (as Hellhammer, the black metal bitch), but the band I like most is Edge Of Sanity. Crimson is the top album, a unique 40min track, where they put in many different influences from death to black, from gothic to doom, from acoustic to rock. On this album he did the most, he also singing on it, with great vocals!!

He played also drums and produced all Diabolical Masquerade's albums, he did collaborations with Katatonia, Opeth, he is still playing in Bloodbath, and much much more...

a really outstanding man


Swano is definitely one very talented guy - I also like EOS - Crimson II - He pretty much played everything on this one, too - Diabolical Masquerade is one of my all time favorites - And Nightingale is very good is you want to hear his clean singing over some very "eighties"-like Pop-prog

And he is really careful about the projects he chooses to participate in - quality over quantity (though he is in a LOT of projects!).

Oh I listened to Dol Ammad - Great Stuff!!

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Dimaension X wrote:
Has anyone mentioned the Hungarian band, Sear Bliss?

Very atmospheric epic black metal, but they have a TROMBONE player! He does play live with them, and in the studio overdubs all the horns in their orchestral sections.

These guys have been around since 1993, and I just discovered them last week. They also have some great spacey synth parts, epic orchestration, and actual guitar SOLOS!!

Their latest has the best production, called "The Arcane Odyssey"


I listened to the side project of some members of Sear Bliss call Forest Silence (ambient-black-dark metal), but they didn't overimpressed me a lot.

Quite monotonous, to many vocals in it, not many ambient parts; they seem to be more a melodic black metal band...

What do you think about them?


January 9th, 2008, 1:21 pm
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