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    have you checked out Ehnahre? Their album is the most amazing and most extreme thing ive heard in a long time.. they refer to themselves as experimental death metal which is why im on the quest for more! haha
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    Interesting death metal..

    Arkhon Infaustus - Orthodoxyn (Blackened death done well)
    Augury - Concealed (Progressive)
    The Chasm - Deathcult For Eternity - The Triumph (Excellent death metal from one of the best bands in the genre)
    Demilich - Nespithe (Progressive/atmospheric)
    Gorguts - Obscura (This is love or hate. One of the most technical metal albums ever)
    Gory Blister - Skymorphosis (Technical dm that doesn't get boring)
    Lykathea Aflame - Elvenefris (Awesome album)
    Mirrorthrone - Carriers of Dust (Melodic and interesting. Some black influence there too)
    Wormed - Planisphaerium (Possibly the most brutal DM album there is)
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    cheers PeaceSells.. out of them ive only heard gorguts, so lots for me to check out.
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    Disurbed are releasing a new album in a few months
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    You have probably heard of them but if not then as Darkened Angel said try Necrophagist, personally I love them, brutal yet melodic.

    Generally for that style my first port of call would be Willowtip Records but a lot of their bands play Technical Death Metal. Still a good few bands I like (eg Illogicist, Odious Mortem, Neuraxis, Psycroptic ) are there. And yup here comes the obligatory Arsis recommendation, yes they are probably more MDM than anything else, but A Celebration Of Guilt is one of my favourite albums ever. Curious to see how their new stuff on Nuclear Blast turns out since they actually have a full band recording now instead of just James Malone and the drummer. ( who left last year ).

    Their new band Terminal Function are fairly interesting.

    On the more traditional/ cheesy note the new Hate Eternal album is meant to be quite good ( best so far apparently ), and their first 3 albums weren't bad

    And if you want brutal try Devourment.
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    Ed Gein are pretty brutal (technical death/grindcore)

    From A Second Story Window are more melodic but still very intense (experimental death metal-ish core)

    Splendid!
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    Just found band called The Arusha Accord, the one song they have posted sounds quite good. Might give EP a go when it's released
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    (Original post by SunburnedCactus)
    Ed Gein are pretty brutal (technical death/grindcore)

    From A Second Story Window are more melodic but still very intense (experimental death metal-ish core)

    Splendid!
    Death Metalcore =/= Death Metal

    ;no;
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    I didn't think death metalcore really existed :p: just like adding core to everything I say sometimescore.
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    (Original post by SunburnedCactus)
    I didn't think death metalcore really existed :p: just like adding core to everything I say sometimescore.
    I believe you are looking for 'deathcore' there.... that ever so popular genre amongst the metal critics :p: and with the majesty of bands like Bring Me The Horizon, why the hell not?
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    (reserving judgement on description "majesty")
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    Himsa were once again amazing live! You all owe it to yourselves to go see them if you see get the chance to. Also saw Blessed Apostyle, Rise With The Fallen and Bleed From Within, none of whom impressed me much but they only had a crowd of about 20 or so folk so it's not really surprising. That and the sound quality was poor.
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    Has anyone here seen Metallica live recently? What are they like? Just wondering cause I may see them in the summer.
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    (Original post by SmilerNuts)
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    Has anyone here seen Metallica live recently? What are they like? Just wondering cause I may see them in the summer.
    http://www.metallicaworld.co.uk/meta...tour_dates.htm

    Someone here will have been at Wembley 07 or Download 06.

    I saw them last time they played Scotland, but that was back in June 2004 on St Anger, and was thoroughly unimpressed. Hopefully they've improved since then!
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    Saw them last summer at Wembley which was great. They're all pretty much past it though - Jame's voice is better than in recent years but nothing like it used to be. Lars is also getting fat and old - was never an amazing drummer but seems to be struggling with some of the tougher stuff.

    Sounding quite negative but it was still amazing for me. Just the whole metallica fanboyness and seeing them in front of the Wembley crowd playing the songs you know and love... Their technical ability may have seen better days but you could tell they're obviously still enjoying themselves on stage.

    Overall was excellent - simply because it was Metallica.
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    Metallica 1983-1991. R.I.P.
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    I can't believe Wacken's sold out already.
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    Metallica 1983-1991. R.I.P.
    2008 resurrection? You can always hope....
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    If people want to listen to proper thrash listen to Testament, Overkill and Pantera. Or if you want to laugh listen to Anthrax! Their videos are funny.
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    Metallica 1983-1991. R.I.P.
    what are you on about son - the good stuff started in 1991 :p: (well actually i like quite a lot of post Black Album stuff....)

    I saw them at Wembley as well - James' voice is very weak but overall it was a good experience.

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