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1  Forum / General Discussions / Melodic death/doom metal bands on: December 07, 2008, 12:39:56 am
Paradise Lost on the albums "Lost Paradise", "Gothic" and "Shades of God".
2  Forum / General Discussions / Guitar solos on: December 06, 2008, 09:04:05 am
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anal said: guitar solo's are overrated

I assume you're trolling. If you're not, I'm just going to tell you that you're wrong. Guitar solos should be one of the most creative parts of metal. And they are, when executed properly.

On-topic: My personal favorite right now is "Dead Emotion" by Paradise Lost, with "Everblack" by Mercenary just behind it.
3  Forum / General Discussions / What are YOUR Top 5 (Or More) albums of 2008? on: December 02, 2008, 01:23:31 am
"Puppetmaster of Pandemonium" by Chaosweaver.

People need to fucking listen to this band. They're absolutely amazing. This is definitely my album of the year. The rest are in no particular order.

"Architect of Lies" by Mercenary
"Communion" by Septic Flesh
"Mare Nostrum" by Stormlord
"Humanity Dethroned" by Dark Empire

Opeth was good, but it was sort of a chore to listen to at parts. Heir Apparent is what really made that album for me. Amon Amarth, while also good, just didn't really match up to the other five like I was hoping.
4  Forum / General Discussions / Lamb of God Haters on: November 27, 2008, 04:56:51 am
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need4speed1102 said: What a shock. Lamb of God becomes popular and the "metalheads" start hating on them. Lamb of God rules. I don't remember all this hating when they were on freefest. People were excited to see them then.

What? There was quite a bit of hating when they were on the free festival. Lots of people would have preferred Nile or Behemoth in that spot. Even 3 Inches of Blood would have done well in that slot.
5  Forum / General Discussions / Favorite concept album on: August 24, 2008, 09:54:56 am
Whoracle - In Flames
The Jester Race - In Flames
Still Life - Opeth
My Arms, Your Hearse - Opeth
Tyranny - Shadow Gallery
Room V - Shadow Gallery
The Black Halo - Kamelot
Epica - Kamelot
Abigail - King Diamond
Them - King Diamond
Paradise Lost - Symphony X
The Inner Circle - Evergrey
In Search of Truth - Evergrey

And that's just if we're talking about Metal.
6  Forum / General Discussions / Thank you world ablaze, NEW AMON AMARTH CD( FULL!!!!!!!!!!!!) on: August 23, 2008, 05:16:42 am
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CthulhuXDawn said: .................I get fuckin' screwed again with an epic fucking tour because they are coming no where near my ass........::pouting::pouting

Welcome to my world. Want to buy a T-shirt while you're here?
7  Forum / General Discussions / Best/Worst Albums Megadeth on: August 22, 2008, 09:50:35 pm
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Moshkinstein said: Dont you have anything better to do than spam with questions about crappy bands?

Did you just call Megadeth a crappy band? Get the fuck out.
8  Forum / General Discussions / KFC's black metal commercial on: August 22, 2008, 08:56:14 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO1rYr4BXAI

I don't know if anybody here has seen this or not, but oh lawd it made me laugh.
9  Forum / General Discussions / In This Moment new song posted "Forever" on: August 22, 2008, 08:22:58 pm
That girl has a voice like a dental drill. Can't fucking stand her.
10  Forum / General Discussions / Keyboards in metal on: August 21, 2008, 04:51:13 pm
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MetalPyro876 said:
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The_Official_Metal_Police_ said: i know im gonna get shit for this, but the old in flames had some good keyboards.  whoracle had the most. after 2002 they started using synths. theyre not as good. the new album was ok, but not great. it was too alternative for my tastes.
In Flames doesn't have a keyboardest. But maybe that's why you said you were gonnna get it.

Neither does Paradise Lost, but they use the instrument in the studio. In Flames did use keyboard on their older material. "Worlds Within The Margin" off of Whoracle is an example.
11  Forum / General Discussions / ultra beatdown on: August 19, 2008, 10:34:17 pm
I noticed that about 2:49 into "The Last Journey Home", it sounds a lot like "The Psalm of Lydia" by Nevermore, at least to me anyway.
12  Forum / General Discussions / ultra beatdown on: August 19, 2008, 10:08:38 pm
Much, much better than Inhuman Rampage. This reminds me more of Sonic Firestorm/VotD, and that's a good thing. Couldn't stand Inhuman Rampage for the life of me. That album really was guilty of the whole "it all sounds the same" crap.
13  Forum / General Discussions / demon hunter on: August 19, 2008, 05:55:31 pm
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Omnipotent said:
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Shadow_Aurion said: I really liked the first few albums. Couldn't get into Storm The Gates of Hell like I did the S/T or Summer of Darkness.
i liked every album as a whole up till storm the gates of hell. there were a few tracks i really liked off of it. but the s/t, summer of darkness, and the triptych were amazing albums.

I agree for the most part. There were some parts on Triptych that I didn't care for (like the last track, it just seemed akward to me), but yeah, good album too.
14  Forum / General Discussions / demon hunter on: August 19, 2008, 05:52:40 pm
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Omnipotent said:
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Shadow_Aurion said: I really liked the first few albums. Couldn't get into Storm The Gates of Hell like I did the S/T or Summer of Darkness.
i liked every album as a whole up till storm the gates of hell. there were a few tracks i really liked off of it. but the s/t, summer of darkness, and the triptych were amazing albums.

I agree for the most part. There were some parts on Triptych that I didn't care for (like the last track, it just seemed akward to me), but yeah, good album too.
15  Forum / General Discussions / demon hunter on: August 19, 2008, 05:47:37 pm
I enjoyed the first couple of albums, couldn't really get into Storm The Gates Of Hell like I did the S/T album or Summer of Darkness.
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