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midnight625
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« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2007, 01:49:30 pm »

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midnight625 said: Band: Decadence

Country: Sweden

Genre: Melodic Thrash Metal

Members:
Metallic Kitty - Vocals
Kenneth - Guitar
Simone- Guitar
Jocke - Bass
Erik - Drums

Discography:
- 3rd Stage Of Decay (2006)
- The Creature (2005)
- Decadence (2005)
- Land Of Despair (2004)

What i like about the Band: They make some of the best music ive heard. Every song is great. All the members ive talked to are very nice and friendly. Kitty is absolutely gorgeous and has a great voice.

Sounds Like:
Metallica, Death, Children Of Bodom

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myspace
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« Reply #16 on: August 21, 2007, 03:47:29 am »

Band: Ominous Grief

Country: Turkey

Genre: Melodic/Progressive Black Metal

Members:
Cuneyt Caglayan - Guitars
Guun Evren - Bass & Vocals
Ilke Ulas Kuvanc: Guitars
Caglar Yurut - Drums

Discography:
- Nothing in Remembrance (2007)

What i like about the Band: Love the riffs, love the vocals, love the melodies, love the drumwork.... the album is just fucking great.  I've already recommended this before, but it ought to be in the thread anyway.  The songwritting is extremely good.  Nothing is overdone.  And NO! constant blast beats.... there's hardly any.  And you'd think mixing Jazz with Black metal would just sound horrid, right?  WRONG!... listen to "Demon's Lair."  Simply a great new band, with a fresh sound.

Sounds Like:
Runic
Eternal Tears of Sorrow

Links:

Myspace

Nothing in Remembrance (2007)
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« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2007, 04:07:42 am »

Band: Visions of Atlantis

Country: Austria

Genre: Symphonic Power Metal

Members:
Melissa Ferlaak - Vocals
Mario Plank - Vocals
Wolfgang "Wops" Koch - Guitars
Martin Harb - Synthesizer
Michael Koren - Bass
Thomas Caser - Drums

Discography:
- Eternal Endless Infinity (2002)
- Cast Away (2004)
- Trinity (2007)

What i like about the Band: Take the riffs from Artrosis and Paradise lost, then add the Melodies from Evenfall and you get.... VISIONS OF ATLANTIS.  They're supposedly a Power Metal band, and they do show quite a lot more Power Metal in their music than other similar bands. (Female Fronted)  But they still have a symphonic side to their music, it all fits well.  Those of you familiar with this genre... well, it's nothing new; just a good album.

Sounds Like:
Artrosis
Paradise Lost
Evenfall
Epica... not really, but they'll end up being compared to them anyway.

Links:

Myspace

Trinity (2007)
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« Reply #18 on: August 21, 2007, 04:23:46 am »

Band: Lacrimas Profundere

Country: Germany

Genre: Gothic/Death/Doom (Early) / Gothic Rock (Newer)

Members:
Peter Kafka - vocals
Oliver Nikolas Schmid - guitars
Daniel Lechner - bass
Christian Steiner - keyboards
Willi Wurm - drums
Tony Berger - guitars

Discography:
- ...And the Wings Embraced Us (1995)
- ...La Naissance d'un R????ve (1997)
- Memorandum (1999)
- Burning: A Wish (2001)
- Fall, I Will Follow (2002)
- Ave End (2004)
- Filthy Notes For Frozen Hearts (2006)

What i like about the Band: Lets say theres a contest on what band can put in the most emotion into their music; Lacrimas Profundere would win by a landslide.  It's some heavy shit, i wouldn't recommended for you suicidal folks; you'll end up killing yourselves.  Anyway, Memorandum is their best album; easily better than anything My Dying Bride ever did.  They're very melodic, they use dual vocals (1 growl/1 Clean) but they're both dudes..... so no Beauty and the Beast here; Just Beast and the mini-beast.  Well... listen to their songs on myspace and see if you enjoy.

Sounds Like:
Novembers Doom
My Dying Bride
Anathema (Old)

Links:

Myspace

Memorandum (1999)
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« Reply #19 on: August 21, 2007, 06:12:27 pm »

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Strat said: Band: Ominous Grief

Country: Turkey

Genre: Melodic/Progressive Black Metal

Members:
Cuneyt Caglayan - Guitars
Guun Evren - Bass & Vocals
Ilke Ulas Kuvanc: Guitars
Caglar Yurut - Drums

Discography:
- Nothing in Remembrance (2007)

What i like about the Band: Love the riffs, love the vocals, love the melodies, love the drumwork.... the album is just fucking great.  I've already recommended this before, but it ought to be in the thread anyway.  The songwritting is extremely good.  Nothing is overdone.  And NO! constant blast beats.... there's hardly any.  And you'd think mixing Jazz with Black metal would just sound horrid, right?  WRONG!... listen to "Demon's Lair."  Simply a great new band, with a fresh sound.

Sounds Like:
Runic
Eternal Tears of Sorrow

Links:

Myspace

Nothing in Remembrance (2007)

This band is sex people. Give them a listen to.
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« Reply #20 on: August 21, 2007, 08:57:12 pm »

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Strat said: Band: Ominous Grief

Country: Turkey

Genre: Melodic/Progressive Black Metal

Members:
Cuneyt Caglayan - Guitars
Guun Evren - Bass & Vocals
Ilke Ulas Kuvanc: Guitars
Caglar Yurut - Drums

Discography:
- Nothing in Remembrance (2007)

What i like about the Band: Love the riffs, love the vocals, love the melodies, love the drumwork.... the album is just fucking great.  I've already recommended this before, but it ought to be in the thread anyway.  The songwritting is extremely good.  Nothing is overdone.  And NO! constant blast beats.... there's hardly any.  And you'd think mixing Jazz with Black metal would just sound horrid, right?  WRONG!... listen to "Demon's Lair."  Simply a great new band, with a fresh sound.

Sounds Like:
Runic
Eternal Tears of Sorrow

Links:

Myspace

Nothing in Remembrance (2007)

This band is sex people. Give them a listen to.

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« Reply #21 on: August 23, 2007, 05:49:21 pm »

Definitely going to give all of Strat's recommendations a try - he recommended Blind Stare to me on the old board, and they're great.
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« Reply #22 on: August 28, 2007, 09:20:40 pm »

Band:In Lingua Mortua

Country: Norway

Genre:Progressive/Melodic Black Metal

Discography:
- Bellowing Sea - Racked by Tempest (2007)

What i like about the Band: Really different black metal imo. It's melodic, then progressive, then melodic again. Some of the songs sound like a soundtrack of a movie. They have piano parts that transition into furious black metal riffs that will make you pump your fist into the air. There is even a trumpet or trombone part in the last song. Highly recommended.
Sounds Like:
Nobody really (that I know of)

Links:

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]Bellowing Sea - Racked by Tempest  (2007)

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« Reply #23 on: August 29, 2007, 09:41:07 pm »

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Strat said: Band: Hollenthon

Country: Austria

Genre: Symphonic/Orchestral Folk Metal

Members:
Mike Groeger - Drums, Percussion
Elena Schirenc - Female Vocals
Martin Schirenc - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards

Discography:
- Domus Mundi (1999)
- With Vilest of Worms to Dwell (2007)

What i like about the Band: Domus Mundi was like a folk album that covered many regions of the world, from bavarian, to scandinavia, and even some middle eastern.  Its a fucken great album, there are elements of black metal (very very little though) some doom and melodic death too.  They are better than Fjoergyn.  And these dudes never bore either.  Every instrument is played to damn near perfection.  Domus Mundi has a couple of songs with gregorian chants... they're fucking orgasmic songs. A MUST-LISTEN!

Sounds Like:
Fjoergyn

Links:

Hollenthon

Domus Mundi (1999)

AH FUCK!.... that band is HOLLENTHON!, not fucking Fjoergyn.

A GODDAMN EDIT BUTTON WOULDNT KILL ANYONE!

Why did you put 2007 after With Violest of Worms to dwell?
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« Reply #24 on: August 29, 2007, 10:03:25 pm »

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Strat said: Band: Hollenthon

Country: Austria

Genre: Symphonic/Orchestral Folk Metal

Members:
Mike Groeger - Drums, Percussion
Elena Schirenc - Female Vocals
Martin Schirenc - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards

Discography:
- Domus Mundi (1999)
- With Vilest of Worms to Dwell (2007)

What i like about the Band: Domus Mundi was like a folk album that covered many regions of the world, from bavarian, to scandinavia, and even some middle eastern.  Its a fucken great album, there are elements of black metal (very very little though) some doom and melodic death too.  They are better than Fjoergyn.  And these dudes never bore either.  Every instrument is played to damn near perfection.  Domus Mundi has a couple of songs with gregorian chants... they're fucking orgasmic songs. A MUST-LISTEN!

Sounds Like:
Fjoergyn

Links:

Hollenthon

Domus Mundi (1999)


AH FUCK!.... that band is HOLLENTHON!, not fucking Fjoergyn.

A GODDAMN EDIT BUTTON WOULDNT KILL ANYONE!


Why did you put 2007 after With Violest of Worms to dwell?


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« Reply #25 on: August 30, 2007, 01:00:09 am »

Band: Dispatched

Country: Sweden

Genre: Power Metal/Melodic Death

Members:
Daniel Lundberg - Lead guitar, Keyboards, backup vocals
Fredrik Karlsson - Lead vocals, bass
Emil Larsson - Rhythm guitar
Dennis Nilsson - Drums

Discography:
- Blackshadows (1994)
- Motherwar (2000)
- Terrorizer (2004)

What i like about the Band: It's Power Metal with Melo-death Vocals...... as a huge fan of both genre's; this band combines the best elements of both into one.  Very agressive riffs and vocals... but the melody of a great Swedish PM band is always there.  An interesting listen... and their cover of "THE FINAL COUNTDOWN" owns.  Thats the big cover everybody thinks COB did.... but it's this band.

Sounds Like:
Mercenary.... Especially like "FIrst Breath" album.

Links:

Myspace

Motherwar (2000)
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« Reply #26 on: August 31, 2007, 12:21:40 pm »

strat get some newer bands in here lamer...heard of em all but those 2 folk ones(downloading atm) thanks  Cheesy
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« Reply #27 on: August 31, 2007, 04:11:47 pm »

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rms said: strat get some newer bands in here lamer...heard of em all but those 2 folk ones(downloading atm) thanks  Cheesy


i have like 10 new ones ima put up here.... just not now.  Maybe next week or after that.  I got a shitload of hwk i have to do by the 7th.

A couple prog bands
a couple doom band.... one from the 70's, ala sabbath.

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« Reply #28 on: August 31, 2007, 05:41:45 pm »

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rms said: strat get some newer bands in here lamer...heard of em all but those 2 folk ones(downloading atm) thanks  Cheesy

but htey sucked :*(
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« Reply #29 on: September 01, 2007, 05:55:42 pm »

Band: Shadowthronew

Country: Switzerland

Genre: Black/Death Metal

Discography:
- Quoth the Raven Nevermore

What i like about the Band: The vocalist does a good job from Black/Death into the song, both fit into their genres well. Its not just pound the dbl bass whole time either, good stuff

Sounds Like:
Vocals sound like November's Doom, What you would expect from Death and Black metal imo

Links:

http://www.shadowthrone.de/downloads.html (Some songs on there for DL)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DUVX59OY - Quoth the Raven nevermore

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