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Ah cool thats cool
I liked House of Gold & Bones Part 1 when it came out, but then other bands came along and I forgot about Stone Sour. Thanks for the reminder haha
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I liked House of Gold & Bones Part 1 when it came out, but then other bands came along and I forgot about Stone Sour. Thanks for the reminder haha
Ah haha no problem!
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Anyone listened to king gizzard and the lizard wizard? They're a really cool Australian psych rock band that my friend turned me onto after he saw them at glasto.
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My copy of No Grave But The Sea finally arrived :woo:
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My copy of No Grave But The Sea finally arrived :woo:
With or without dog vocals?


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With or without dog vocals?


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Without :lol:
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Without :lol:
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wrong answer
I do like the dog version too, but went for the human one
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Well then my friends, the time has come for Round 2.

Discuss things related to rock and metal music, and please try to keep it civil
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Oooo I'll join in this thread if I can. Here's one for the fans of more extreme metal to enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_l-ZIvdDHA.

Have fun \m/
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uuh, does djent classify ?
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uuh, does djent classify ?
I guess it's allowable, although I don't suppose it will get much love from most of the regular posters!
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Oooo I'll join in this thread if I can. Here's one for the fans of more extreme metal to enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_l-ZIvdDHA.

Have fun \m/
It's fooking beautiful **sheds tear**
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The only things I know about djent are from memes on prog fb pages.
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Give this a go.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNAhzFNtlP8
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Nice! Haven't heard these guys before...
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Children of Bodom fans might also like this

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I recently bought a couple more Falkenbach albums. I had "...Magni Blandinn Ok Megintiri" and "...Ok Nefna Tysvar Ty", but bought the next two ("Heralding - The Fireblade" and "Tiurida") and they're just amazing. I think Heralding - The Fireblade is my favourite Falkenbach album so far. It does, after all, have Roman Land on it, which was the first Falkenbach song I ever heard.


I strongly suspect that the direction of my folk metal project is going to be heavily influenced by Falkenbach in the future.
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I recently bought a couple more Falkenbach albums. I had "...Magni Blandinn Ok Megintiri" and "...Ok Nefna Tysvar Ty", but bought the next two ("Heralding - The Fireblade" and "Tiurida" and they're just amazing. I think Heralding - The Fireblade is my favourite Falkenbach album so far. It does, after all, have Roman Land on it, which was the first Falkenbach song I ever heard.


I strongly suspect that the direction of my folk metal project is going to be heavily influenced by Falkenbach in the future.
Falkenbach are a great band, Asa is good also, bit heavier than the early stuff, I think Ok Nefna is still my fave album by them. If you like that style you'll probably like Skogen - Svitjod, Finsterforst - Rastlos and Wildrun - Sleep At The Edge Of The Earth. Loads of good folk metal out there. Moonsorrow is still the benchmark though IMO!
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Falkenbach are a great band, Asa is good also, bit heavier than the early stuff, I think Ok Nefna is still my fave album by them. If you like that style you'll probably like Skogen - Svitjod, Finsterforst - Rastlos and Wildrun - Sleep At The Edge Of The Earth. Loads of good folk metal out there. Moonsorrow is still the benchmark though IMO!
How about Equilibrium and Ensiferum?
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