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Post by mr. messer » Tue Jan 17, 2006 3:21 pm

dont get me wrong, pantera were one of my favourite bands for a few years (ILL CAST A SHADOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW...*and ill risssssssssse*)

but dimebag gets shitted on by Petrucci / Al Di Meola / Frank Gambale etc etc

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Post by r33lc4sh » Tue Jan 17, 2006 3:23 pm

Mr. Messer wrote: but dimebag gets shitted on by Petrucci / Al Di Meola / Frank Gambale etc etc
three stoogies?;)
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Post by mr. messer » Tue Jan 17, 2006 3:26 pm

and yea jiggyfly, there are probably other metalheads on here.

but im sick of terms. im into metal. but im more into my jazz fusion. and other than all that, im deep into hip hop and garage as well.

you can even catch me listenin to Turkish trip hop on weekends when my mate brings the shisha. i love metal but im not a metalhead!

3 what now? one of em is in Dream Theater, one of em is in a band called Return To Forever, and the other one is plain Frank Gambale...a kind of more of a creative Allan Holdsworth

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Post by pez » Tue Jan 17, 2006 3:44 pm

r33lc4sh wrote:
[b]racket wrote:Anyone into Fantomas?

Im still a huge Mike Patton fan. The guy is a nutjob!
Fantomas is heavy! :D
have u heard his cooperation with John Zorn? this one is wicked :D
everything touched by zorn and patton is wicked :P
Zorn's a legend, he can play the sax like old Nick himself! :twisted:

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Post by cogent » Tue Jan 17, 2006 5:56 pm

[b]racket wrote:Anyone ever go to Monsters of Rock at Donnington...?
Yup 1994 (Pantera, Sepultura and Biohazard on the 2nd stage was awesome.. all 10 mins of it), 1995 - Metallica, Slayer (oh yes), White Zombie, C.O.C...

1993 - Metallica, Megadeath @ MK Bowl...

Probably been to more metal gigs than anything... Went to see Pitchshifer a year or two back (last but one ever gig.. ya know before they reformed a year later?).. Just watching the mosh pit nowadays is Tiring... lol

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Post by viceroy » Tue Jan 17, 2006 5:57 pm

Distance wrote:The guy was my hero when I was 16, cant believe what happened to him still.
Yea same here.

I bought a Jackson Kelly because I coulden't afford a Washburn. Artifical Harmonics with wammy bar's dive's were where it's at.

A week later I returned it, and bought two 1200's and a mixer and it was all over. :arrow:

Im very picky with the "metal" I listen to now. Technical and noisy stuff like Arsis, Beneath The Massacre, The Daughters, The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza, A.C.

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Post by r33lc4sh » Tue Jan 17, 2006 6:00 pm

Viceroy wrote:
Distance wrote:The guy was my hero when I was 16, cant believe what happened to him still.
Yea same here.

I bought a Jackson Kelly because I coulden't afford a Washburn. Artifical Harmonics with wammy bar's dive's were where it's at.

A week later I returned it, and bought two 1200's and a mixer and it was all over. :arrow:

Im very picky with the "metal" I listen to now. Technical and noisy stuff like Arsis, Beneath The Massacre, The Daughters, The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza, A.C.
hahaha i still have a guitar and use it sometimes in my tunes :)
i bought fender telecaster couse i wanted to sound like tom morello - he is my alltime guitar hero
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Post by viceroy » Tue Jan 17, 2006 6:11 pm

r33lc4sh wrote:
Viceroy wrote:
Distance wrote:The guy was my hero when I was 16, cant believe what happened to him still.
Yea same here.

I bought a Jackson Kelly because I coulden't afford a Washburn. Artifical Harmonics with wammy bar's dive's were where it's at.

A week later I returned it, and bought two 1200's and a mixer and it was all over. :arrow:

Im very picky with the "metal" I listen to now. Technical and noisy stuff like Arsis, Beneath The Massacre, The Daughters, The Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza, A.C.
hahaha i still have a guitar and use it sometimes in my tunes :)
i bought fender telecaster couse i wanted to sound like tom morello - he is my alltime guitar hero
Wicked. I saw Rage, Wu-Tang, and Atari Teenage Riot (Yea i thought the same thing) near Boston at a place called Geaat Woods. The show got cancelled, then as my mom was driving me and like 7 of my friends home, it came on the radio that it was back on.

After waiting over a hour for ATR, and two hours for Wu-Tang, buy the time Rage came on, it was like 12:30, way past noise ordance time. Zack came out with a giant air cast on his foot. Said that he broke his foot the day before, but it was the only sold out show on the tour so he wanted to do it.

They ripped the place up, air cast and all.

Now Rage, Wu, or ATR can never play at Great Woods (now called Tweeter Center.. stnuc) because of all the noise complaints.

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Post by ufo over easy » Tue Jan 17, 2006 8:24 pm

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Post by e l k a n o » Tue Jan 17, 2006 8:43 pm

it certainly is.. i did a metal DJ mix recently for Resonance FM featuring lots of new and old stuff and a few weird ones. meshuggah are absolutely the nuts when it comes to chugging aggression.

here's a tracklisting and link:

http://www.adverse-camber.net/NewMP3/El ... oMetal.mp3

TEETH OF LIONS RULE THE DIVINE - He Who Accepts All That Is Offered
PART CHIMP - Ashita No Bakahatsu
WOLF EYES - Stabbed in the Face
CULT OF LUNA - Beyond Fate
OLD MAN GLOOM - Valhalla
ISIS - The Beginning and The End (Venetian Snares Remix)
SUNN O))) - O)))bow
MESHUGGAH - I
DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN - My Michelle
PIG DESTROYER - Scarlet Hourglass
CONVERGE - Homewrecker
MESHUGGAH - Mind's Mirror
MAJA RATKJE - Insomnia
CONVERGE - Phoenix In Flames
DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN - Panasonic Youth
OTTO VON SCHIRACH - La Sangre Del Deco Intelecto
MELT BANANA - Scrubber
FANTOMAS - 04-07-05
ENTOMBED - Eyemaster
ATOMSMASHER - Thunderspit
CONVERGE - Heartless
DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN - Crutch Field Tongs
DIAMANDA GALAS - Deliver Me
FANTOMAS - The Omen
SECRET CHIEFS 3 - Vajra
KYUSS - 100 Degrees
OXBOW - Sawmill
NEUROSIS & JARBOE - Erase
REFUSED - Refused Party Program
PANTERA - Fucking Hostile

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Post by r33lc4sh » Tue Jan 17, 2006 8:45 pm

^^^ :shock:
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Post by boa » Tue Jan 17, 2006 9:43 pm

I must highly recommend the new full-length LP from Jesu. Justin Broadrick's new thing. Unbelievable production and songs. Probably the best non-dance thing i've heard in ages. http://www.godflesh.com/discographies/jesu/

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Post by vxd1 » Tue Jan 17, 2006 11:34 pm

[b]racket wrote:Anyone into Fantomas?

Im still a huge Mike Patton fan. The guy is a nutjob!
Fantomas are sick. Im not into Dillinger Escape Plan but the collab EP they did with Mike patton is great . Mike patton formed a mini groupo with rahzell of the roots and went on tour here last year. The amount of collabs he does is nuts, v interesting dude.

The new Napalm death video is some funny shit. 50 years old, fat and balding. but they dont give a shit. good on em.

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Post by ufo over easy » Tue Jan 17, 2006 11:45 pm

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Post by cogent » Tue Jan 17, 2006 11:59 pm

vxd1 wrote:
[b]racket wrote:Anyone into Fantomas?

Im still a huge Mike Patton fan. The guy is a nutjob!
Mike patton formed a mini groupo with rahzell of the roots and went on tour here last year. The amount of collabs he does is nuts, v interesting dude.
Yeah someone i know caught a show of theres in New York a while back.. would have been fantastic no doubt... I've also heard rumours Mikes done some stuff with Tricky... anyone know anything bout this? Could be a rumour, but imagine that

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Post by r33lc4sh » Wed Jan 18, 2006 12:06 am

harris also plays drums for zorn :P
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Post by distance » Wed Jan 18, 2006 9:45 am

hahaha i still have a guitar and use it sometimes in my tunes :)
i bought fender telecaster couse i wanted to sound like tom morello - he is my alltime guitar hero
Me to, I played all of the riffs in My Demons & Cella.
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Post by alexchuck » Sun Sep 28, 2008 1:17 am

UFO over easy wrote:Mick Harris of Napalm Death does great work as Scorn as well... some of the darkest electronic music I've ever heard.
i had no idea scorn is the same person as mick harris. i used to be a huge napalm death fan, i even saw them live twice but .. apparently i didnt do my homeworks. i mean.. whoah! some ppl credit scorn to have influenced dubstep, he was also featured on enduser's latest album and so on.. does that mean that napalm death have smth to do with electronic music aswell? :o

i think they've just became my favorite band again.

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Post by shift decimal » Sun Sep 28, 2008 8:57 am

E L K A N O wrote: PIG DESTROYER
One of the best grind bands ever. I get to see them finally in a few weeks, that shit'll be insane. Waiting patiently for Mayhem to get down here again too.

Some other sick metal I've found lately: Gridlink (discordance axis fans need to check em out), Trigger the Bloodshed, Abysmal Dawn...

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Post by citizenkane » Sun Sep 28, 2008 12:33 pm

Mr. Messer wrote:viceroy have u heard the Cannibal Corpse sample in S&D's Candyfloss?
where!??

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