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Oct 21, 2011

Heavy metal is the greatest music on the face of the Earth, Macro. "Traced In Air" was excellent, but I don't think they'll ever top "Focus."

Have you had the chance to listen to the latest from Opeth or Mastodon yet?

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Oct 21, 2011
In The Flesh:

Heavy metal is the greatest music on the face of the Earth, Macro. "Traced In Air" was excellent, but I don't think they'll ever top "Focus."

Have you had the chance to listen to the latest from Opeth or Mastodon yet?

Oooh. ITF you coming next week? I would like to discuss this.

Oct 21, 2011
In The Flesh:

Heavy metal is the greatest music on the face of the Earth, Macro. "Traced In Air" was excellent, but I don't think they'll ever top "Focus."

Have you had the chance to listen to the latest from Opeth or Mastodon yet?

Opeth are very entertaining live. Great band!

I was a fan of Dimmu Borgir and Cradle of Filth a ten or so years ago. Still listen to that, but not so often. Dimmu Borgir are definitely worth going to when they are performing live, they do a great show.

Oct 21, 2011
etherlord:
In The Flesh:

Heavy metal is the greatest music on the face of the Earth, Macro. "Traced In Air" was excellent, but I don't think they'll ever top "Focus."

Have you had the chance to listen to the latest from Opeth or Mastodon yet?

Opeth are very entertaining live. Great band!

Agreed, saw them live and they're one of the few bands that actually sound better live in comparison to their recordings.

Oct 21, 2011
In The Flesh:

Heavy metal is the greatest music on the face of the Earth, Macro. "Traced In Air" was excellent, but I don't think they'll ever top "Focus."

Have you had the chance to listen to the latest from Opeth or Mastodon yet?

I'm yet to check out the new Opeth album but the new Mastodon is just awesome, but I can't say that they topped their previous stuff. Traced in Air is actually one of my favorite albums of all time and I do believe that it exceeded Focus.

The new Animals as Leaders is good but I doubt it can top their previous self-titled album:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYbu9YRzD3Y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bmXGkwNs-k

Apr 15, 2015

I fucking love metal. I seen Mastodon live btw, pretty decent. You ever listen to Slipknot? They're the greatest.

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Apr 15, 2015

Welcome to the thread! I saw Mastodon with Opeth on the Heritage Hunter tour, and yeah, I've dug Slipknot since high school!

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Apr 16, 2015
nimak21:

I fucking love metal. I seen Mastodon live btw, pretty decent. You ever listen to Slipknot? They're the greatest.

check out mushroomhead if you like skipknot

Oct 21, 2011

What's happening next week Flake? More Bear Fights? We shall discuss.

You know, it surprises me that there aren't more metalheads working in finance. Hip-hop, Top 40, and 80's music make up the lion's share.

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Oct 21, 2011
In The Flesh:

What's happening next week Flake? More Bear Fights? We shall discuss.

You know, it surprises me that there aren't more metalheads working in finance. Hip-hop, Top 40, and 80's music make up the lion's share.

I don't really have favorite metal bands or anything (with the exception of Rammstein which I don't think people consider real metal), but I do enjoy a few specific songs by Mastodon, Sepultura, etc. Recently, I've been into epic/folk/viking metal for some reason, stuff like Ensiferum, Finntroll, Amon Amarth.

No more Bear Fights. Ok maybe just one.

Oct 21, 2011
Flake:
In The Flesh:

What's happening next week Flake? More Bear Fights? We shall discuss.

You know, it surprises me that there aren't more metalheads working in finance. Hip-hop, Top 40, and 80's music make up the lion's share.

I don't really have favorite metal bands or anything (with the exception of Rammstein which I don't think people consider real metal), but I do enjoy a few specific songs by Mastodon, Sepultura, etc. Recently, I've been into epic/folk/viking metal for some reason, stuff like Ensiferum, Finntroll, Amon Amarth.

No more Bear Fights. Ok maybe just one.

Amon Amarth + Ensiferum are epic. Saw them with Children of Bodom a couple months back. Trivium and Behemoth are still my favs though :)

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Oct 21, 2011
Flake:
In The Flesh:

What's happening next week Flake? More Bear Fights? We shall discuss.

You know, it surprises me that there aren't more metalheads working in finance. Hip-hop, Top 40, and 80's music make up the lion's share.

I don't really have favorite metal bands or anything (with the exception of Rammstein which I don't think people consider real metal), but I do enjoy a few specific songs by Mastodon, Sepultura, etc. Recently, I've been into epic/folk/viking metal for some reason, stuff like Ensiferum, Finntroll, Amon Amarth.

No more Bear Fights. Ok maybe just one.

As your alcoholic beverage consumption consultant, I'd strongly advise against this policy

viking metal FTW

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Aug 30, 2019

I LOVE Finntroll and Ensiferum!

Toss in Da Korpiklaani, Eluveite and Tengger Cavalry (Eastern Oriental Throat Singing Metal ; ) )

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Oct 21, 2011

Amon Amarth are an awesome live band. I saw them back in 2007 on Sounds of the Underground.

Oct 21, 2011

Flake, have you listened to Bathory? Specifically Blood Fire Death and Hammerheart? Those are pretty.... "epic".. and many argue that they are the definitive albums of that genre. Just wanted to share.

"That dude is so haole, he don't even have any breath left."

Oct 21, 2011
FeelingMean:

Flake, have you listened to Bathory? Specifically Blood Fire Death and Hammerheart? Those are pretty.... "epic".. and many argue that they are the definitive albums of that genre. Just wanted to share.

Definitely heard a few Bathory songs but not Hammerheart, will check it out. Thanks for that.

Oct 21, 2011
Flake:
FeelingMean:

Flake, have you listened to Bathory? Specifically Blood Fire Death and Hammerheart? Those are pretty.... "epic".. and many argue that they are the definitive albums of that genre. Just wanted to share.

Definitely heard a few Bathory songs but not Hammerheart, will check it out. Thanks for that.

Hammerheart is a masterpiece. Would also recommend the other two albums in the Viking trilogy: Blood Fire Death and Twilight of the Gods. They were planning a four-part Nordland series of albums as well, but only finished two of them before Quorthon died. They're both excellent as well. Shame, really.

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Oct 21, 2011

Flake after one BF



plus 1 hour and three BFs


(warning: so so raw, yet so so real...recommend proceeding directly to 1:10)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGwUpM9QryU

Oct 21, 2011
Midas Mulligan Magoo:

Flake after one BF

plus 1 hour and three BFs

(warning: so so raw, yet so so real...recommend proceeding directly to 1:10)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGwUpM9QryU

Hahaha.

Oct 21, 2011

@Feeling Mean: YES! Bathory is essential metal listening; they have done more for black and viking metal than any other group.

@Flake: Rammstein is industrial metal. Still counts.

@UFO: No love for Jagermeister? Maybe next time we should try Black-Toothed Grin.

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Oct 21, 2011

Anybody ever listen to Bloodbath? (Opeth vocalist's other band) They are straight-up old-school death metal along the lines of Morbid Angel.

Great song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIttL1NL6uw

Nov 8, 2011
jon1987:

Anybody ever listen to Bloodbath? (Opeth vocalist's other band) They are straight-up old-school death metal along the lines of Morbid Angel.

Great song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIttL1NL6uw

Yes! Fantastic band.

Nov 10, 2011
Asatar:
jon1987:

Anybody ever listen to Bloodbath? (Opeth vocalist's other band) They are straight-up old-school death metal along the lines of Morbid Angel.

Great song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIttL1NL6uw

Yes! Fantastic band.

Considering your name, it doesn't surprise me you're into Viking metal. I've actually been listening to a lot of Enslaved and Thyrfing lately myself.

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Nov 8, 2011

I thought this post read "meatheads"

no way kimosabe, this is my house now --Brennan Huff

Nov 8, 2011

\m/ d(-_-)b \m/

Nov 10, 2011

Would appreciate some melodic death suggestions along the lines of At the Gates, Amon Amarth, Norther, Dark Tranquility, In Flames (earlier stuff) etc.

One of my favorite songs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF0U77bm9mc

Apr 16, 2015
Macro Arbitrage:

Would appreciate some melodic death suggestions along the lines of At the Gates, Amon Amarth, Norther, Dark Tranquility, In Flames (earlier stuff) etc.

One of my favorite songs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF0U77bm9mc

dark tranquility is awesome.

Any mushroomhead fans?

Apr 17, 2015

Dark Tranquillity is scary good. Seen them twice--if you get the chance, go see em! The atmosphere is incredible. So underrated.

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Nov 11, 2011

Happy Metal Day everybody! Check Black Sabbath's official site at 11:11am today for their "special announcement."

@Flake: My voice is pretty raspy...

@Macro: Dark Tranquillity is one of my all-time favorites; those guys are almost in a class all by themselves. Judging by that group you listed, have you sampled Children of Bodom, Whispered, Falkenbach, Thyrfing, Eluveitie, Wintersun? There's a lot of overlap with folk metal.

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Nov 13, 2011
In The Flesh:

@Macro: Dark Tranquillity is one of my all-time favorites; those guys are almost in a class all by themselves. Judging by that group you listed, have you sampled Children of Bodom, Whispered, Falkenbach, Thyrfing, Eluveitie, Wintersun? There's a lot of overlap with folk metal.

Those are sick and I'm really digging Whispered and Wintersun (Beyond the dark sun has some really sick riffs). Yeah, Melodic-death does have a lot in common with Folk Metal and they tend to get grouped together. Never really gave Children of Bodom a listen for the past few years since they became a bit too mainstream. Do check out Insonium, Ensifrum and Kalmah as well if you haven't.

Another noteworthy band is sylosis, but they're a bit more thrashy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKQYQ9sNWiE

Nov 14, 2011
Macro Arbitrage:
In The Flesh:

@Macro: Dark Tranquillity is one of my all-time favorites; those guys are almost in a class all by themselves. Judging by that group you listed, have you sampled Children of Bodom, Whispered, Falkenbach, Thyrfing, Eluveitie, Wintersun? There's a lot of overlap with folk metal.

Those are sick and I'm really digging Whispered and Wintersun (Beyond the dark sun has some really sick riffs). Yeah, Melodic-death does have a lot in common with Folk Metal and they tend to get grouped together. Never really gave Children of Bodom a listen for the past few years since they became a bit too mainstream. Do check out Insonium, Ensifrum and Kalmah as well if you haven't.

Another noteworthy band is sylosis, but they're a bit more thrashy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKQYQ9sNWiE

Hm, I thought Bodom was really only mainstream in Finland and elsewhere. Either way, you can't go wrong with their early stuff (especially "Follow the Reaper"). They slowed down a bit on the "Blooddrunk," but it still sounded like them. Not a big fan of their latest one though.

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Aug 30, 2019

FalkenBach, gosh, didn't expect anyone to mention him but me
COB HateCrew are awesome. Pretty popular across the Bodom lake

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Nov 14, 2011

Grim Reaper - See You In Hell

I eat success for breakfast...with skim milk

Nov 18, 2011

dont care about which genre of metal but my fav are:

rammstein
old metallica
drowning pool - sinner album
old disturbed
old slipknot
iron maiden
ac/dc

Nov 19, 2011

Australia has some sick bands that tend to get overlooked. These guys are undoubtedly one of them:

Nov 21, 2011

Macro, that must have been beast. Have you been to Dubai Desert Rock Festival? I always wanted to check that out myself (after Wacken, of course). And speaking of Australia, I assume you're a Belakor fan?

Flake, check me on those recs man!

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Jan 8, 2012

2012 Metal releases include, but are not limited to: Gorguts, Meshuggah, Alcest, Eluveitie, Napalm Death, and Gojira. Should be interesting!

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Apr 22, 2012

Black metal turtleneck and chain?

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Aug 21, 2012

How did I miss this thread?

Nov 18, 2012
JamesHetfield:

How did I miss this thread?

You didn't, Mr. Hetfield. It missed you.

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Nov 15, 2012

Woo FUcking Hoo!

Annihilator & Testament are two of my favourite bands! Eternal Tears of Sorrow is a great melodeath band.

Nov 17, 2012
MountainKing:

Woo FUcking Hoo!

Annihilator & Testament are two of my favourite bands! Eternal Tears of Sorrow is a great melodeath band.

Saw Testament on the Metal Masters tour in 2008 with Motorhead, Heaven and Hell, and Judas Priest. Yes, that was as epic as it sounds.

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Nov 17, 2012

I take it that you're a Pain of Salvation fan? I love the band too. Caught them live at IIT Madras on their India tour. Shared beers with Gildenlow :)

Nov 22, 2012
Nov 21, 2012

Also, some other acts which have toured India - Orphaned Land, Eluvietie, Amon Amarth, Porcupine Tree, Gojira, Meshuggah. I missed all of them because I was spoilt for choice ;)

I think we should meet up sometime, In the Flesh & MacroArb. Where are you guys based?

Nov 22, 2012
MountainKing:

I think we should meet up sometime, In the Flesh & MacroArb. Where are you guys based?

kewl r u on myspace? im 18/m/fl lets hang out ;)

hit me back jsut 2 chat, your biggest fan this is stan

PS we should be together

Nov 22, 2012
MountainKing:

Also, some other acts which have toured India - Orphaned Land, Eluvietie, Amon Amarth, Porcupine Tree, Gojira, Meshuggah. I missed all of them because I was spoilt for choice ;)

I think we should meet up sometime, In the Flesh & MacroArb. Where are you guys based?

Always wanted to check out Orphaned Land live, and I have a friend who says she hates Amon Amarth as a band but loves their fans...don't get how that works. Last show I caught was Uriah Heep, and before that, Deicide. Killer stuff from both.

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Nov 22, 2012

You guys should check this brilliant Band called Slain from Bangalore out. They're my current favourite on the scene.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIPuoe9fKxM
they have a prog power metal (think Symphony X) meets 80s hair metal meets Maiden sound (apologies for the lack of a coherent description of their sound, it is kinda all over the place).

Oct 27, 2013

Got a few awesome shows coming up in New York--Morbid Angel on 11/13, Fates Warning 11/23 and Kreator and Overkill on 11/23 and 11/24. There goes some of my savings....

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Nov 24, 2012

It doesn't get much classier than this:

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Oct 20, 2013

Never would have imagined this happening - twerking to Behemoth: http://youtu.be/Sqg19PE7z_Q

Oct 22, 2013

New favourite video.

Oct 26, 2013

Wow. Um....there's headbanging, and then there's that....

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Oct 26, 2013

At least they're easier on the eyes than Miley Cyrus...

Oct 27, 2013

How did I just notice this thread? Contributing my favorites.

This shit is ridiculous, I recommend it

Feb 9, 2016

Watched Death gig last year.

Oct 27, 2013

^ Some nostalgic stuff u got there. Really digging that Solerrain track, never heard of em.

Oct 27, 2013
Macro Arbitrage:

^ Some nostalgic stuff u got there. Really digging that Solerrain track, never heard of em.

They're a group from Russia I think. They only have one record, but its like if Children of Bodom kept running with the Follow the Reaper sound and intensified it.

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Oct 27, 2013
StryfeDSP:
Macro Arbitrage:

^ Some nostalgic stuff u got there. Really digging that Solerrain track, never heard of em.

They're a group from Russia I think. They only have one record, but its like if Children of Bodom kept running with the Follow the Reaper sound and intensified it.

Yeah I could totally hear the older CoB vibe. As my prior posts in this thread indicate, i'm still not really a fan of the new CoB.

Wasn't a gojira fan until I heard their recent album: http://youtu.be/aAwZvS94aS0

Oct 27, 2013

Yeah, we got some serious love for melodeath in there.

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Oct 27, 2013

Back in the day - pretty much went through all the rounds for various subgenres. Still have particularly (un)fond memories of the days when I listened to FDM like Ahab and Evoken. Nowadays I still jam to Agalloch and Deafheaven though

Oct 27, 2013

Halo of Blood was meh, better than their more recent albums though. They're back to their melodic death roots after wandering around... In the end I may just be a picky prick cause I liked their older stuff a lot more. Guess that also applies for most metal bands.

Oct 27, 2013

I hope it's a sign for better records in the future.

Did you hear Triviums new album?

Oct 27, 2013

Dude, the Death album "The Sound of Perseverance" was literally my very first extreme metal record--changed my life! So glad you appreciate it as much as I do. Dark Tranquillity is also one of my all time favorites--"Cathode Ray Sunshine" could be the best song in their entire catelogue--have you heard it?

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Oct 27, 2013
In The Flesh:

Dude, the Death album "The Sound of Perseverance" was literally my very first extreme metal record--changed my life! So glad you appreciate it as much as I do. Dark Tranquillity is also one of my all time favorites--"Cathode Ray Sunshine" could be the best song in their entire catelogue--have you heard it?

Yep I've heard it, it's a great song. I'll argue that it's not DT's best song though, this is their GOAT song in my opinion.

Some other notable mentions that I really like that I didn't post vids for

-At the Gates
-Obscura
-Paths of Possession
-Darkthrone
-Emperor
-Sepultura
-Opeth

I really like Sabaton. They're not extreme, just heavy metal with some keys. They sing about war and shit which is awesome. Their live show was the loudest concerts I've been to.

Oct 28, 2013

Five Finger Death Punch - Meet the Monster (Rambo)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc1g-W9Kgds

"He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man." -- William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing

Oct 28, 2013

I've got to give Five Finger Death Punch props for that Twitter campaign they mounted for their new album with the tagline "F*ck Pop." That was wonderful.

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Oct 28, 2013

BB is also Epic:

Equallibrium Final Fight - Breaking Benjamin "I Will Not Bow"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcJh4ljQy5Q

Breaking Benjamin - The Diary of Jane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWaB4PXCwFU

V for Vendetta - Breaking Benjamin - So Cold
http://youtu.be/sz0tFcWtJTE

"He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man." -- William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing

Oct 29, 2013
Silent Guardian:

BB is also Epic:

Equallibrium Final Fight - Breaking Benjamin "I Will Not Bow"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcJh4ljQy5Q

Breaking Benjamin - The Diary of Jane

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWaB4PXCwFU

V for Vendetta - Breaking Benjamin - So Cold

http://youtu.be/sz0tFcWtJTE

Yo you forgot to add Linkin Park and Blink 182.... Those dudes are br00tal.

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Dec 3, 2013
Macro Arbitrage:
Silent Guardian:

BB is also Epic:

Equallibrium Final Fight - Breaking Benjamin "I Will Not Bow"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcJh4ljQy5Q

Breaking Benjamin - The Diary of Jane

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWaB4PXCwFU

V for Vendetta - Breaking Benjamin - So Cold

http://youtu.be/sz0tFcWtJTE

Yo you forgot to add Linkin Park and Blink 182.... Those dudes are br00tal.

What's the deal with not liking this stuff? CompBanker gave me an SB for the Equilibrium one.

"He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man." -- William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing

Oct 29, 2013
Oct 29, 2013

I'm just gonna go ahead and post the whole album for this one

Oct 29, 2013
StryfeDSP:

I'm just gonna go ahead and post the whole album for this one

You. Are. Fucking. Awesome.

Been listening to a TON of Norther lately, no joke.

Oct 30, 2013

Ah, an entire thread consisting of full albums....wouldn't that be something?

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Oct 30, 2013

If any of you guys are as interested in the history of the bands you like as I am, you'll probably dig these demos Rob Flynn just posted on Facebook:

Nov 1, 2013

If Lambesis wasn't such a fuck up in his personal affairs, I would have said these guys had some substantial potential: http://youtu.be/ybsDIdygqoY

Have no respect for the guy whatsoever and I was an AILD fan in high school.

Nov 1, 2013

I never got into AILD. That track you posted sounds waaaay deathcore-y

I've started to dabble with black metal. Darkthrone and Emperor are my favorites so far
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Nov 2, 2013

@Stryfe : I've been listening to a TON of German thrash lately (Kreator, Destruction, Sodom, etc) and that was a huge influence on black metal.

Especially this:

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Nov 2, 2013

Yeah Kreator is awesome.

Speaking of Germany, have you ever heard anything by Tobias Sammet? I really dig his supergroup Avantasia. It's not death metal heavy by any means; it's more along the symphonic side. I REALLY enjoy this niche area of metal. Great vocalists are really cool.

These three are my favorite, the second one is pretty gnarly, 3rd is the best tho.

Nov 16, 2013

Oh yeah, Tobias Sammett is definitely a large ham of a vocalist. Power metal! \m/ \m/ He also sang for Edguy, I believe.

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Nov 16, 2013
In The Flesh:

Oh yeah, Tobias Sammett is definitely a large ham of a vocalist. Power metal! \m/ \m/ He also sang for Edguy, I believe.

Yeah Edguy is awesome. I'm more of a fan of their earlier stuff, though. Rocket Ride is a great hard rocker, too. They're releasing a new album in 2014, I'm excited. 2014 just looks great all around. New In Flames, Machine Head....hhhhhhhnnngggg!

Macro Arbitrage:

Do you guy listen to genres beyond metal? I'll be the first to say that musically I'm all over the place, so that includes everything from Gucci Mane to Ludovico Einaudi.

Of course - Pink Floyd, Zeppelin, Beatles, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, CCR, Jimi, The Who, etc.

I'm pretty indifferent when it comes to EDM/Trap stuff. I'll rage to just about anything but don't normally listen to those two if I'm just drivin around. I get most of my playlists for those from fratmusic.com and then modify them. I love EDM concerts though. Here's a clip from a Krewella show we went too when it came through town last spring. It got weird...

Nov 11, 2013

Idk how I'm just now finding out about Sylosis, this shit is ridiculous.

This song is awesome at 3:00 after the solo. thrashy as fuk

Nov 13, 2013

^ Man Sylosis is by far my favorite band... they just keep getting better over time. Check out some of tracks from their edge of the earth album as well if you haven't:

http://youtu.be/E6DfAEdTWrQ
http://youtu.be/D2QzE2HlJgE

Nov 13, 2013
Macro Arbitrage:

^ Man Sylosis is by far my favorite band... they just keep getting better over time. Check out some of tracks from their edge of the earth album as well if you haven't:

http://youtu.be/E6DfAEdTWrQ

http://youtu.be/D2QzE2HlJgE

Yeah I've heard Edge of the Earth. I've made my way through all of their LPs, I started digging into their EPs last night.

Conclusion of an Age is by far one of the best metal albums Iv'e ever heard. EotE and Monolith are still kinda coming around to me. They jam really hard and I like em, but Josh Middleton doesn't have the same high range that their past singer Jamie did. I've listened to 2012/13 live performances and his vocals are improved a lot, so I'm really excited for the next album they put out.

Sylosis is definitely on the fast-track to my top bands though. Every 2 months or so a band will come around that I'll get into and literally spend the next couple weeks listening to/researching them so I can get an idea of progression and where they're going. Fundamentally, my process is the same as how I look at a company which I thought was pretty interesting when I noticed it.

Nov 16, 2013

Do you guy listen to genres beyond metal? I'll be the first to say that musically I'm all over the place, so that includes everything from Gucci Mane to Ludovico Einaudi.

Nov 16, 2013

I'm also a big classic rock guy, and my guilty pleasure is (good) 80's pop (a la "The Way It Is").

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Nov 18, 2013

I find that most 'extreme metal' fans tend to be very narrowly focused on those specific genres in order to remain 'kvlt', to the extent that they become religious about it which I guess is somewhat ironic. In any case, just found this on metal injection- the timeline on black metal's history (I lol'd @ Misfits): http://www.metalinjection.net/video/an-animated-hi...

Anyone recognize the Immortal song that was sampled?

I've only recently started listening to ambient IDM: http://youtu.be/I1gewNVv1UY

Nov 19, 2013
Macro Arbitrage:

I find that most 'extreme metal' fans tend to be very narrowly focused on those specific genres in order to remain 'kvlt', to the extent that they become religious about it which I guess is somewhat ironic.

Being close minded in what music you listen to is one of the quickest ways for me to not like someone, haha.

I agree that extreme metal fans tend to be narrowly focused, but from what I've seen it all revolves around whatever 'sub-genre' is seen to be "better" in the case of two.

Take a Trivium song from Ascendancy for example. This was a really important album because it laid out a template for metalcore bands to follow, but the music itself is not what you would consider to be "metalcore". In the comment section for any popular song from that album on YouTube you're bound to see an endless argument with thrash metal fans or fans of In Flames or Death (the primary influences on Ascendancy) bashing metalcore for various reasons. Why? And who the fuck even cares? People who can't enjoy a song because of how its categorized are really sad, in my opinion. I'll listen to any song at least once, but to dismiss an entire genre just because its not as "metal" as another is ridiculous.

My favorite metal bands are over on the extreme side, but that didn't stop me from having a blast with some friends at an A7X concert last month.

Everyone seems to hate on whatever genre I guess you could consider a step down from whatever they happen to be listening too.

@In The Flesh One of the reasons why I want to spend at least a couple years of NY is due to the traffic of bands that play through. I looked at a metal calendar for the NY clubs and was blown away at the lineups just for the month of November. Whereas where I live we might only get 2-3 really good bands playing through every year or so :|

Nov 19, 2013

@"Macro Arbitrage" @Stryfe Got some seriously good music coming up in NY this weekend; Fates Warning on Saturday and Kreator/Overkill on Sunday! \m/ \m/

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Nov 19, 2013

This is the closest thing to metal that I like. It's kind of like Metallica, only with more talent. It's soothing. I could listen to it over and over.

Nov 21, 2013

Nothing wrong with some solid alternative rock. One of the better songs of the 90s.

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Nov 21, 2013
In The Flesh:

Nothing wrong with some solid alternative rock. One of the better songs of the 90s.

@"In The Flesh", did you know that Cho Seung-Hui would listen to Shine over and over? He even wrote the lyrics on his wall.

Nov 19, 2013

Anyone have experience with Insomnium? Just stumbled across this album, and holy shit. Sounds like a cross between In Flames' Whoracle and Colony, with a dash of Opeth thrown in.

Nov 20, 2013

@In""the""Flesh Yeah, just another reason why NY is the best city, but Over Kill and Kreator in the same gig is just nuts... That's like a Big 2 show.

@Stryfe Agreed! Ascendancy was the first metal album that I listened to if you exclude stuff put out by Metallica etc. I used to think that the song "Rain" was the most brutal shit ever. I listen to a bit of Insomnium but I wasn't aware they had a new album so thanks for that.

Wintersun is one of my favorite bands right now:

Check out their album Time I:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66cTH3X04uU

Nov 21, 2013

A very different Big Two, everyone's got their own definition of it these days. I'll let you know how it is!

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Nov 23, 2013

Seeing these guys tonight, one of progressive metal's most criminally-underrated bands.

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Nov 24, 2013
In The Flesh:

Seeing these guys tonight, one of progressive metal's most criminally-underrated bands.

I like this. Was the concert good?

Some days are Machine Head days, and today is one of 'em. Robb Flynn is one of the few musicians that I admire on a down to earth level. I was beyond thrilled to hear that they signed with Nuclear Blast. I've given up hope for Roadrunner Records. After hearing Trivium's Vengeance Falls its clear that RR is the definitive mainstream breeding label now...but I think I've known that for years, but just haven't wanted to admit it. If you dig enough into Machine Head's history the majority of the band's problems have been with RR wanting them to make more mainstream music, so I'm really excited to see how the new album turns out.

Nov 28, 2013

Fates Warning put on a PHENOMENAL show. I'm definitely doing a writeup of it for Head of Metal. Kreator and Overkill also tore it up. Thankful indeed for metal on this holiday!

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Dec 3, 2013

I'm digging the EP for the future Insomnium album. Macro Arbitrage, I would highly recommend making your way through their discography. These guys are extremely consistent for a melo death. I still haven't found a song that I legitimately dislike or have a big issue with.

Dec 3, 2013
Stryfe:

I'm digging the EP for the future Insomnium album. Macro Arbitrage, I would highly recommend making your way through their discography. These guys are extremely consistent for a melo death. I still haven't found a song that I legitimately dislike or have a big issue with.

This would be really good if it didn't have vocals. In my humble opinion, the only metal bands with good vocals are Braking Benjamin (BB) and Five Finger Death Punch (FFDP). I used to hate AD/DC until I learned how to ignore the vocals.

"He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man." -- William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing

Jan 6, 2014

@"Macro Arbitrage" I have not been able to stop listening to Candlemass lately. Unreal. Maybe it's just the foggy, dark and cold weather...

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Jan 7, 2014

Had no idea Mikeal Stanne did this guest appearence. Its fucking sweet!

Been jamming a lot of Kalmah and Norther lately too

Jan 7, 2014

@Stryfe : phenomenal lyricist as well.

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Jan 7, 2014

Yep. Lethe has my favorite lyrics of any song I've heard. And this is probably the most powerful metal performance I've ever seen .

Jan 9, 2014

Haha ITF, I can totally relate to that! My metal play-count has increased parabolically due to this obnoxious weather.

Can't go wrong with ATG: http://youtu.be/SF0U77bm9mc

Guys, what are your thoughts on the new Cynic and Amon Amarth albums? Can't say I'm a huge fan of either... I feel so old(-school).

Jan 9, 2014

Tl;dr version of Amon Amarth's new album - Once Sent from the Golden Hall pt. 9

Jan 12, 2014

Haven't gotten to the new Cynic album yet, but Amon Amarth has always been pretty good at what they do. I don't know anyone who's REALLY disliked their latest.

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Jan 21, 2014

Btw, if anyone here hasn't followed Head of Metal on Google+ yet, you should--it's a 24/7 metal party over there: https://plus.google.com/u/1/b/112776982810328698425/112776982810328698425/posts

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Mar 22, 2014

Bumping with some singles for upcoming albums I'm following. Sort of a grab bag of genre here.

Mar 25, 2014

@Stryfe : I would ALSO like to bump the fact that Iced Earth and Sabaton are playing Best Buy Theater in NY on Fri 4/18, AND Carcass, Black Dahlia Murder, and Gorguts are playing Fri 4/11, same place.

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Mar 25, 2014

Wow that's sick. I've been on an Iced Earth binge lately, that show sounds awesome. I've seen Sabtaon before at a suuuuuuper super small club here in the Midwest, it was by far one of the most fun and energetic show I've been to. They're extremely loud as well, I think they took a few pages from Manowar's live setup.

Mar 26, 2014

Wow, I'm so surprised by how good the new SA album turned out. I had basically written them off after their last, but this is a super refreshing return to form.

Can't get enough of these two:

Next up is the Edguy album on the 15th.

Mar 26, 2014

@Stryfe : I've been on a big Angra kick lately, as long as we're on the subject of power metal.

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Mar 26, 2014

I've never heard of Angra, but I just listened to the album Temple of Shadows and I really liked it. They sound sorta like Rhapsody (who, btw, released a great 2014 album).

Mar 27, 2014

@Stryfe : Yup, "Temple of Shadows" is very well regarded. They're from Brazil--probably that country's #2 metal group after Sepultura.

They also have a big 2-disc collection called "Best Reached Horizons" that's a good overview of their whole catalog, including a cover of "Kashmir."

@"Macro Arbitrage" : Do you like Angra?

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Mar 30, 2014

....

Matrick:

[in reply to Tony Snark"]

Why aren't you blogging for WSO and become the date doctor for WSO? There seems to be demand.

BatMasterson:

[in reply to Tony Snark's dating tip]

Sensible advice.

Mar 31, 2014

....

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Mar 31, 2014
In The Flesh:

....

I just realized that In The Flesh possibly has the smallest monkey in all of WSO.

Matrick:

[in reply to Tony Snark"]

Why aren't you blogging for WSO and become the date doctor for WSO? There seems to be demand.

BatMasterson:

[in reply to Tony Snark's dating tip]

Sensible advice.

Apr 2, 2014

Bump. Twenty year anniversary of Pantera's far beyond driven CD. Also, have heard great things about the new Machinehead movie.

Apr 2, 2014

@Paladin : Machinehead movie?

Also, 20-year anniversary this year of Cannibal Corpse's "The Bleeding," Mayhem's "De Mysteriis," and Korn's first record.

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Apr 2, 2014

Oh, and "Burn My Eyes," natch.

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Apr 2, 2014

Oops, Lamb of God movie. As the palace burns. Not MH.

Apr 2, 2014

@Paladin : 10-year anniversary of Ashes of the Wake...O_O

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Apr 20, 2014

Machine Head released the demo version of their song KIllers & Kings from their upcoming album, I think its fucking nuts! They're playing at a a super small club close to my school this summer, I'm so excited to see them.

Apr 21, 2014

@"Macro Arbitrage" : You're a big Cynic fan, right? Any thoughts on "Kindly Bent To Free Us?"

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Apr 21, 2014

I was just talking about it a few days ago - I hate to sound like a cynic, but Masvidal will never reach the heights of traced in air...

Currently (re-)playing Wintersun and some Joe Pass.

Apr 21, 2014
Apr 21, 2014

Anyone get anything good on Record Store day? I picked up some black metal cassettes that honestly I don't know what they are yet, Darkthrone's Frostland Tapes, and this 12":

"That dude is so haole, he don't even have any breath left."

Apr 24, 2014

@"Macro Arbitrage" was that pun intended? I'm sure it's not "Traced In Air," but is it still good by itself?

@"Feeling Mean" Didn't get anything this year for Record Store Day, but I've been stocking up on plenty of Candlemass, Gorguts and My Dying Bride in preparation for MDF. I'll also probably hit up The Sound Garden record store down there, ever been?

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Apr 24, 2014

I want to go to MDF so bad, but I'll be getting ready to move at the time its going on.

Apr 24, 2014

@FeelingMean see above

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Apr 24, 2014

Nah, never been to Maryland. That looks like a great store.. Here is my local- I've known the guy since he was selling CDs on his own label out of the back of his car: http://redscrollrecords.com/. It's worth keeping an eye on their Discogs profile.

MDF is intense this year, looking forward to that HOM write-up for sure. Really happy to see Crowbar/Torche/Dropdead in particular on there.

"That dude is so haole, he don't even have any breath left."

Apr 25, 2014

The title track of the new Insomnium album is pretty good. Since their new guitarist is from Omnium Gatherum I expected to hear a lot more of their sound throughout the album, but I like the In Flames influence on this one.

Apr 25, 2014

@jon1987 : Don't worry, it'll still be there after you move.

Also, power metal fans: Gamma Ray's latest just recently came out, and Blind Guardian should have theirs finished in May.

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Apr 30, 2014

@Stryfe @FeelingMean Since you guys seem to appreciate the melodeath quite a bit, I just published a review of The Jester Race on HOM if you want to check it out.

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May 1, 2014

I checked it out, great review! Such an important album in metal history, TJR overtook The Gallery as being one of the most popular albums from the early Gothenburg metal days. The song Moonshield, one of my personal favorites, was a beautiful answer to The Gallery's Lethe. The Jester Race was the first In Flame's album to feature Andres Friden on vocals, which previously had previously been performed by Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquillity), and Henke Forss (Dawn). One of the things I like so much about the Gothenburg Metal scene of the mid-late 90s was the amount of collaboration between all of the bands in the area, nearly all of them were friends and assisted or performed with each other's projects. I can't help but think that one of the reasons why the unique melo-death sound that was formed was due in part from the friendly nature of competition amongst everyone.

While on the subject of bands from Sweden, this 2nd single from Sabaton's upcoming album is sooo sick.

May 1, 2014

@Stryfe : man, you should do a guest post sometime, or comment more often! Jester Race is more melodic, Slaughter of the Soul the most riff-centered, The Gallery overall the heaviest and a healthy medium, in my view. Like the same character, but different traits being emphasized in each one.

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May 1, 2014

Yeah I would agree with that. All three released in 1995, which I would mark as the start of the melo-death explosion. Edge of Sanity released Crimson in 1996 which was huge for the incorporation of Gothenburg riffs with more traditional death metal, and also because...its Crimson. Definitely of my favorite albums from that period, too.

After I finish the semester next week I'll be able to get to writing somethings I've been wanting to do, too.

May 2, 2014

@ITF, got any recs for a girl who recently got interested in metalcore? xD Not exactly your subgenres of choice, but the little EDM kid I used to be in middle school has had her interest piqued.

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May 2, 2014

@chicandtoughness : Shadows Fall, Machine Head, Hatebreed, As I Lay Dying, All That Remains, August Burns Red.

For the stuff THEY listened to/were inspired by, check out Sepultura, Discharge, GBH, Agnostic Front, and Napalm Death.

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May 2, 2014

@chicandtoughness : Oh, and Killswitch Engage, of course.

Anybody else have something to add? I'm no metalcore expert, but I know at least the basics.

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May 2, 2014

And, I'm sure @FeelingMean will chastise me if I don't include Black Flag, Bad Brains, and Cro-Mags also as key influences. Underoath is considered more screamo, but it's in the ear of the listener. @chicandtoughness

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May 2, 2014

@chicandtoughness I would recommend Trivum, too, they were my first "death metal" band. @ITF hit a lot I would've suggested.

May 2, 2014

I've listened to Trivum and enjoyed them, same with All That Remains (The Last Time

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May 2, 2014

@chicandtoughness : Happy headbanging!

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May 2, 2014

Tool's "Opiate" and "Lateralus"

May 2, 2014

@chicandtoughness, @intheflesh there are so many directions to go. Grew up going to Hatebreed, 100 Demons shows etc, but can't really recommend that ignorant style on here with a straight face. The bands I think you should really check out have an asterisk

@chicandtoughness - special recommendation: Torche. Super heavy and melodic, clean vocals.

Staples:

Cro-Mags*
108*
Shelter*
Leeway
Killing Time
Hatebreed
Integrity*
Strife
Earth Crisis
Trial******
Inside Out* (Early Rage Against the Machine)

"2nd Generation" (Probably more in line with what you are looking for, more melodic)

American Nightmare/Give Up the Ghost*
Coalesce*
Converge
Shai Hulud*
Poison The Well
Unearth*
Grade*
Underoath*
Snapcase
Boysetsfire
Darkest Hour*
Most Precious Blood
Zao
Evergreen Terrace
Norma Jean
Every Time I Die
Fear Before The March of Flames

Feeling pretty nostalgic right now, haven't thought about some of these in 10+ years. It was fun digging.

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May 2, 2014

@FeelingMean : Yeah a lot of my high school friends were into Underoath, Senses Fail and the screamo stuff. Some of it was okay, but for me it hasn't aged well.

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May 2, 2014

Recognize a few of those, thanks for the huge list! My bent has always been the symph / neo-classical / folk-ish stuff, so I'm sloooowly trying to expand my horizons. Got brutally thrown into death and thrash stuff by the roommates, haha.

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May 2, 2014

If you like neo-classical stuff you should check out Children of Bodom's first two albums. Something Wild is my personal favorite of them. If at first the vocals turn you off don't disregard it they take a little bit of time to click, but the focus of the songs is on the guitar, and the vocals should be interpreted as an additional layer of heaviness.

May 2, 2014
Stryfe:

If you like neo-classical stuff you should check out Children of Bodom's first two albums. Something Wild is my personal favorite of them. If at first the vocals turn you off don't disregard it they take a little bit of time to click, but the focus of the songs is on the guitar, and the vocals should be interpreted as an additional layer of heaviness.

I've listened to their more recent albums, I think the first one I heard was Blooddrunk and I liked it. Will take a listen to the others!

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May 3, 2014

@chicandtoughness : Neoclassical/progressive metal is great stuff, @"ThaVanBurenBoyz" and I got into a discussion on the "albums to hear before you die" thread. He prefers his prog instrumental, but you really can't go wrong with Dream Theater and Yngwie Malmsteen for that, either.

@Stryfe : For the new listener, I know it isn't ideal, but they just released a 20-song greatest hits compilation for Children of Bodom.

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May 3, 2014

Yngwie is awesome, I love his early stuff.

I don't think CoBs compilation album would be a bad place to start. It has a mix of all their styles, but leans more on their riff-heavy thrash side. My only fix to it would be adding more songs from Something Wild and different picks from Hatebreeder.

I stole my Bodom playlist from this YouTube video which would also be a pretty good place to start.

May 6, 2014

Fo sho

May 28, 2014

New Opeth

Jun 4, 2014

New Fallujah slays.

And the cover art for Hammerfall's next album makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. If the trend of stagnated power metal bands returning to their roots becomes a thing I don't know what I'll do with myself.

Jun 5, 2014

I haven't read the whole thread but anyone bring up Between the Buried and Me? My favorite band of all time, hands down. Also some of the weirdest guys I've ever met.

Jun 5, 2014

Working on my MDF writeup in 3 parts because I'm writing down everything I can remember...it'll be up soon, fellas...

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Jun 9, 2014

Ever since you showed me that Mayhem disc I have been on the biggest black metal binge

Jun 9, 2014

Just don't overdo it.

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Jun 10, 2014

@FeelingMean : I know you'll order Mayhem's new record on release day, right?

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Jun 10, 2014

@In The Flesh I am so out of the loop. I have very little by Mayhem, to be honest.

"That dude is so haole, he don't even have any breath left."

Jun 10, 2014

...Wha....?

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Jun 11, 2014

Dark Tranquility and Insomnium announce North American tour hhhnnngggg. Booking my flight to come up for the first show date.

Dark Tranquillity & Insomnium tour dates:

Jan 4: New York, NY - The Gramercy Theatre
Jan 5: West Springfield, VA - Empire
Jan 6: Philadelphia, PA - The Trocadero
Jan 7: Worcester, MA - The Palladium
Jan 8: Quebec City, QC - Dagobert
Jan 9: Montreal, QC - FouFounes
Jan 10: Ottawa, ON - Mavericks
Jan 11: Toronto, ON - Opera House
Jan 12: Pittsburgh, PA - Altar Bar
Jan 13: Cleveland, OH - Agora Ballroom
Jan 14: Kokomo, IN - Centerstage
Jan 15: Joliet, IL - Mojoes
Jan 16: Minnesota, MN - Triple Rock Social Club
Jan 17: Winnipeg, MB - The West End Cultural Center
Jan 18: Saskatoon, SK - Louis Pub
Jan 19: Edmonton, AB - Starlite Room
Jan 20: Calgary, AB - Republik
Jan 22: Vancouver, BC - The Venue
Jan 23: Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Jan 24: Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
Jan 25: San Francisco, CA - Slims
Jan 26: Anaheim, CA - The Grove
Jan 27: Tempe, AZ - Club Red
Jan 29: Dallas, TX - Neon Trees

Jun 12, 2014

@Stryfe : Excellent. Dark Tranquillity is one of my favorites (caught them with Omnium Gatherum this past February). @FeelingMean you gonna hit this up?

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Jun 18, 2014

new fallujah single. so metal it hurts.

Jun 18, 2014

recovering metal addict here, I have roommates and lost my headphones so it's tough haha. went to Ozzfest (I know, super commercial) about 10 years ago saw Maiden, Arch Enemy, and the Haunted, was awesome. as you might imagine, not many people in PWM who like metal haha.

Jun 18, 2014

I would've sold both my kidneys and my liver to go to the Ozzfest with that lineup.

When you say "recovering," do you mean you've moved on from metal or are you trying to get back into it after it lost appeal for you?

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Jun 19, 2014

I mean it's all I used to listen to before I went to college, I still listen to it just not as much and I haven't really heard new stuff since 2005. And yes it was the best concert of my life. It never lost appeal but I started listening to it in middle/high school so I guess as I grew up I wanted to try different genres, but metal will always have a place in my heart.

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Jun 27, 2014

Friday's pump up song! Skip to 2:50 for solo of dreams.

Judas Priest also announced a tour with Steel Panther earlier today:

Oct-01 Rochester, NY Main Street Armory
Oct-03 Hammond, IN The Venue at Horseshoe Casino
Oct-04 Louisville, KY Louder Than Life Fest at Champions
Oct-09 Brooklyn, NY Barclays
Oct-10 Atlantic City, NJ Harrah's
Oct-11 Mashantucket, CT MGM Grand Theater at Foxwood's
Oct-14 Lowell, MA Tsongas Center at UMass
Oct-15 Allentown, PA PPL Center
Oct-17 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center
Oct-19 Detroit, MI Fox Theatre
Oct-24 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Pavilion
Oct-28 Duluth, GA The Arena at Gwinnett Center
Oct-30 Hollywood, FL Hard Rock Live Arena
Nov-06 Allen, TX Allen Event Center
Nov-07 Austin FunFunFun Fest
Nov-10 Los Angeles, CA Nokia
Nov-12 Phoenix, AZ Jobing Arena
Nov-13 Highland, CA San Manuel Casino
Nov-14 Las Vegas, NV The Pearl
Nov-16 San Jose, CA City National Civic
Nov-18 Salt Lake City, UT Maverik Center

Jun 27, 2014

@Stryfe Wait, what? I thought Judas Priest retired from touring?!?!?

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