Just Some Crap
#16 posted by cyBeAr
on 2003/05/13 07:16:54
#17 posted by daftpunk
on 2003/05/16 08:34:26
ok, filter out the cheesy tiesto stuff and there's some good tech trance (if they still have 3 monkeys - crazy). btw,they're ripped but you're ok if you then buy the vinyl on www.htfr.com
btw, i listen to a lot of jazz and rock.
a good cd...hmmm...
global communication (the album has no name, it's just...global comm. tom middleton and another guy for anyone who knows jedi and/or cosmos)
#18 posted by Shambler
on 2003/05/16 17:15:38
....bloody good =)
#19 posted by daftpunk
on 2003/05/21 07:06:34
they are weird.
The Way (Secret Ingredients mix) is a rocking deep house/ tech house tune. whereas their albums are mellow ambient stuff!
And Other Stuff
#20 posted by scar3crow on 2003/05/22 00:11:05
tweaker - www.tweaker.net
chris vrenna, did the music to Alice, although this stuff is of a very diff mood, but still good
just my little donation there
A Good Donation
#21 posted by Shambler
on 2003/05/22 08:40:56
I might have a look at that....Alice music is wicked.
#22 posted by starbuck
on 2003/05/22 10:31:11
tweaker is cool, and nonentity used the album tatatu for a map name i believe
Thud Thud Thud
#23 posted by Shambler
on 2003/05/23 08:17:06
Surprisingly enough I still listen to Drum'n'Bass =). Bought a few things in the last week:
)E|3( - Shot Down On Safari - hmmm quite cheesy DnB anthems, feels like BC are losing their bite despite a few good tracks. Great inlay tho!
Klute - Lie, Cheat & Steal - haven't listened yet but from what I heard in the shop it sounded great, deep, trancy, DnB.
Various - The Four Elements - Renegade Hardware comp, returning to form after some weaker comps. Very good dark techish DnB for the first half but gets a bit tedious later on.
I've also been listening to Loftgroover presents Speedcore (mighty hard gabber), Contaminated Vol3 (rabid deathmetal) and LSG (forget which album, nice trippy trance).
On the subject of music can anyone recommend me some good recent thrash/death metal?? Something heavy, bassy and methodical, not all rabid and chopped up... I used to like Bolt Throwever, Entombed, Baphomet, earlier Pantera, Ministry etc if it helps...
#24 posted by R.P.G.
on 2003/05/23 08:53:49
can anyone recommend me some good recent thrash/death metal??
Ask Bal for fuck.mp3.
Anyone With Any Useful Suggestions?
#25 posted by Shambler
on 2003/05/27 17:15:21
I have narrowed my search down to a few ideas
Arch Enemy - Wages Of Sin
Benediction - Grind Bastard
Beserker - Dissolution
Bolt Thrower - Honour Valour Pride
Impaled Nazarene - Abscence Of War
Mortician - Darkest Day Of Horror
Suffocation - Despise The Sun
It seems what I am after is perhaps more grindcore than deathmetal. Any comments on the artists listed or any other ideas??
#26 posted by leviathan
on 2003/05/27 21:52:41
Nile - In Their Darkened Shrines
#27 posted by scar3crow
on 2003/05/27 22:27:56
I havent heard that one... I enjoyed Black Seeds of Vengeance, and Amongst the Catacombs of the Nephren Ka was okay, not as good as BSofV in my opinion, but track 5 Ramses Bringer of War is nice in that the opening is reminiscent of the war ships in Mario3 =)
How does In Their Darkened Shrines compare to BSoV and Nephren Ka ?
#28 posted by Vondur
on 2003/05/28 02:54:11
Igi-Nu Do-A-Hul Igi-Se-Zid-Gin
#29 posted by leviathan
on 2003/05/28 10:47:11
I haven't heard the entirety of either of their two previous albumns, but it is my understanding that in terms of overall style, ITDS is much more furious and intense.
Morbid Angel - Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
Hate Eternal - King of all Kings
God Dethroned - Ravenous
#30 posted by daftpunk
on 2003/05/28 14:03:21
i like the good ol normal metal. with at least some melody and music involved.
mind you, i am guilty of making dance music with rather little melody and a lot of beats...
anyone a fan of megadeth?
#31 posted by Vondur
on 2003/05/28 16:47:45
i was crazy megadeth fanatic back in 88-90
"so far, so good, so what..." was and is my fave megadeth cd! :)
their later stuff didn't impress me much since i switched to more brutal things like black metal, etc...
#32 posted by Shambler
on 2003/05/28 17:48:43
Thanks for the suggestion of Nile, I've heard several tracks on John Peel but they didn't quite grab me, I respect what they do but....I'm not so sure about the archaic vibe.
Anyway today I got Arch Enemy and Bezerker. Not listened to them all but so far:
AE - good strong melodies and pace, but lacking bass, also growly vocals don't go so well with melodic leads.
Bezerker - haphazard and mindless noise, little rhythm and the guitars get lost in all the sloppy beats.
Von: Naaaa,I'd rather have something a bit more....less nu-metal. Anything else you can think of??
#33 posted by Vondur
on 2003/05/29 01:12:41
well, i can only recommend my current favourite metal bands: type o negative, fear factory, cathedral, my dying bride. these, plus some black metal bands are ones i only listen to these days.
btw, there will be new type o album released june 16th :) can't wait for it.
#34 posted by .
on 2003/05/29 05:56:59
I've not heard of nearly any of the bands you mention.
Recently I've bought:
Cold: 13 Ways to Bleed On Stage
Frank Sinatra: 2 Cd collection
Nine Inch Nails: The Downward Spiral
Lennon Murphy: 5:30 Saturday Morning
Primus: Pork Soda
Korn: Life Is Peachy
Some Others For Shambler
#35 posted by leviathan
on 2003/05/29 10:35:57
Satyricon - Volcano
Enslaved - Frost
These two bands are more black metal than death metal, but still definetly worth your time.
#36 posted by Vondur
on 2003/05/29 13:52:58
volcano sucks, this is their worst cd, it's better to get their old stuff like 'the shadowthrone'
#37 posted by Shambler
on 2003/05/29 18:01:10
But not into black really. I appreciate but not my style, I prefer something crunchier, bassier, maybe more industrial.
Will think about FF...
#38 posted by leviathan
on 2003/05/29 22:33:25
Although i do believe the Shadowthrone is their finest acheivement, Volcano is the closest they've come to a more tradiotional sounding metal, so i thought it would be more interesting to someone not attenuated to black metal.
#39 posted by Vondur
on 2003/05/30 00:38:18
These Are Some Of My Favorite Artists...
#40 posted by grahf
on 2003/05/30 02:32:56
This might be a long post. Let's get started. Listed in no particular order. The best of the best are italicized. Weblinks where possible.
- Banco de Gaia
- The Orb
- Future Sound of London / Amorphous Androgynous - http://www.futuresoundoflondon.com/
- DJ Cheb i Sabbah - http://www.chebisabbah.com/
- Shakatura - http://www.shakatura.com/
- Pink Floyd
- Ozric Tentacles - http://www.geocities.com/ozrictentacles_web/
- these guys totally rock, it's psychedelic progressive techno space rock or something
- Synaesthesia/Delerium - http://www.delerium.com
- Ishq - http://www.ishq.org/
- Entheogenic - can't find a webpage so here's an album review: http://www.chaosexistence.net/showproduct.asp?productid=5877
- Nodens Ictus
(ambient side project of the Ozric Tentacles, see above)
- Mystical Sun - http://www.mp3.com/mysticalsun
- Indian Ropeman - no webpage again, have a review link: http://www.music-critic.com/electronica/indianropeman.htm
- Lemon Jelly
- Massive Attack - http://www.massiveattack.com/
(good stuff but their latest album is boring as hell if you ask me)
- DJ Shadow - http://www.djshadow.com/
- Moby - http://www.moby.com/
- Boards of Canada - http://www.boardsofcanada.com/
(Hmm that's a pretty obvious and weak IDM list. If anybody can suggest good artists in the genre I'd be much obliged.)
Speedy J - http://www.speedyj.com/
Front Line Assembly - http://www.mindphaser.com
Nine Inch Nails - http://www.nin.com
Tool - http://www.toolband.com/
progressive, breakbeat, Drum & Bass
Sasha - http://www.sasha.com
John Digweed - http://www.johndigweed.com
for the last 5, and other similar dj's)
Hybrid - http://www.hybrid-group.com/
Plump DJ's - http://www.fingerlickin.co.uk/
Goldie - http://www.goldie.co.uk/
Hive - http://www.almostcool.org/mr/h/h7mu.html
Pleiadians / Etnica (http://www.etnicanet.com)
Growling Mad Scientists - http://artists.mp3s.com/artists/170/growling_mad_scientists.html
(a tiny selection, but hey it's free)
Rabbit in the Moon - http://music.hyperreal.org/artists/ritm/
That took a really long time to compile.