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    Deathspell Omega - Abcission
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n74Dn596S5M

    Immolation - Close to a World Below
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdiYX...eature=related

    Spawn of Possession - Lash by Lash
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z79-Zp6A7o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Deathspell Omega - Abcission
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n74Dn596S5M

    Immolation - Close to a World Below
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdiYX...eature=related

    Spawn of Possession - Lash by Lash
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z79-Zp6A7o
    I still have to properly listen to Paracletus, Deathspell Omega are one of the most interesting black metal bands around.. they haven't disappointed me yet... I love their drum sound, not sure what it is about it, but it's just brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tossrStu View Post
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    Also, I heard these the other day and they made me laugh.
    OOoooh, new Alestorm album? Must have, cheers for notifying me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    Very nice Opeth posting. They are so incredibly 'true to record' in their live performances. That post was pure joy to watch - and it's one of their best songs, in my opinion (second only to Harlequin Forest and Baying of the Hounds)
    Agreed, they really put on a good show. I even prefer some live versions over the original recordings, 'Face of Melinda' for example.

    Ghost Reveries is really underrated, the songs you posted are in my Opeth top 10 too. My favorite album would probably be Still Life tho.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spacewalk View Post
    Glad you liked 'em, have another one. Doom is the order of the day here.
    Brocas Helm! And Candlemass, of course. I like.


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    Can we change the title to Thread ov Metal? Something with Trve Kvlt in it? For the sake of appearances.
    Last edited by Donjo; 13-06-2011 at 12:28 AM.

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    We'll need umlauts as well, above the 'r'.


    Next stop, King Diamond. He is my avatar so it's about time his presence was felt.




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    Only three pages, and somebody's already posted Meshuggah. Excellent. I like where this is going.

    Speaking of excessively technical metal, here's the first track from Origin's newest offering. It Is Not For Everyone(TM).

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    Not strictly metal but people who enjoy metal should probably like it:


    Am really into black metal in the vein of Wolves In The Throne Room:



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    As much as I love it I feel like I need to balance out all this double kick drum goodness. Slow it down a touch.







    My favourite Opeth track, just because I love them so much.


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    Skyclad!

    I've always felt this band was very RPS, for some reason. Mostly because of all the horrible puns, I guess. Best folk-metal band I've ever heard, and oh, so british:



    As for newer stuff, the latest Agalloch CD hasn't left rotation since I got it:

    The whole thing is stunningly good.

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    I love metal but finding good metal is incredibly difficult, so this thread is awesome. My favourite stuff is brutal whilst still being catchy and technically interesting, which is an incredibly difficult mark to hit. Opeth do it for me almost routinely, Necrophagist do sometimes, and I've seen both of those guys in this thread which makes me happy. I didn't see any Hate though, check it out:



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    Kalmah, Nightwish, Sonata Arctica, Amon Amarth, Within Temptation (going to a concert in NYC in September), Blind Guardian, Aria, Rhapsody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Honeyslut View Post


    God I love Death.
    Symbolic is such a great album. See, I always liked the idea of Mastodon, but I never really got them all that much; how reassuring it was when I found out Death had done it 15 years ago, and much better. :D

    Also, what, no mention of Devin Townsend yet?




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    When Electric Wizard changed ranks their rythm section went on to form Ramesses. Take the Curse is even nastier than Dopethrone, ridiculous!



    Watching From A Distance is a really good album. Warning was a great band.



    Winter only did a demo, an album and an EP but all of it is golden. As you can see they even got a video out which is puzzling as I just don't see where anyone playing doom this slow could have got the money for such a thing (yeah, the old "there's no money in doom" line).



    A doom post without Pentagram... blasphemy. Cut from Sub-Basement 'cause it's heavy as hell and better than Review Your Choices which I really liked. A lot.

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    Don't mean to be continually posting, but metal has given me so much joy over the years that I love sharing and finding out about new bands :)




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    Just back from Download. Instant convert to this lot.

    It's ragga metal, and you can bite my bawsack.



    Seen this bunch a couple of times supporting DEP and Rolo Tomassi.

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    Some good southern metal

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