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PostSubject: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Mon Oct 26, 2015 2:46 pm

I don't want to ruin the "music" section so I made a separate topic for these sub-genres. Dark and heavy music with harsh vocals, some are more or less "esoteric", some are straightforward chaos. I listen all kinds of music, but the best of each genre.

Cosmic tunes, a bit more melodic than I normally would listen

http://www.songlyrics.com/bolzer/entranced-by-the-wolfshook-lyrics/



I'm not a "fan" of mithras, so I edited out the link from here. I think they lack something, their drums suck, I don't think they have even one album that I would like to listen through. They had that one song that had something going on, but rest of their production is garbage.


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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Mon Oct 26, 2015 2:51 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:19 am

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Imagine all the furnaces of hell devouring the earth through a wind tunnel of eternal hatred. Immeasurable hate, so pure and uncompromising....

I always thought Death and Black metal music to be anti-metal and anti-rock because I've always hated rock music and the "rockstar mentality", it's almost like these bands tour because they share the hatred, not because of fame or money (because there certainly is no money in these genres unless you go melodic).

Cult classic Incantation, doom oriented


The entire song is just building up to 4:36
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Wed Oct 28, 2015 5:21 pm

Both with same band members (Centurian, Nox), fast, reckless blast attack, but it's a good fusion of old school dm and technicality
Oorthuis wrote:
"My main interest is to ignite something malicious in the listener, opening a door to Hell, so to say"

corviderrant wrote:
" ...this is total madness and swirling maelstroms of riffs that are serpentine and complicated, drumming that is relentlessly blasting... "

Ixaxaar (2007)

http://genius.com/Nox-insane-hatred-for-the-supposed-creator-lyrics

Liber Zar Zax (2002)


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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Thu Oct 29, 2015 1:32 pm

^ Yeah, some might get listening fatigue fast

Promulgation Of The Fall (2014) Greek band




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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Oct 30, 2015 8:52 am

Transmutation (2008) I own the CD version, it's currently in my car. I've been listening this for 7 years almost daily,
I'm extremely attached to this band, their lyrics are bad broken english (I never read the lyrics until now), but I can't get enough of them, perfection.

http://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Ophiolatry/Transmutation/181823-



Anti-Evangelistic Process (2002)


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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Sat Oct 31, 2015 1:37 pm

Galloping Through the Battle Ruins (1998)






"Trails of ancestors past, foretell of a destiny
Forgotten words and archetypes, the laws by which we see

Defile the angelic..."

A masterpiece

http://www.darklyrics.com/lyrics/arghoslent/gallopingthroughthebattleruins.html#6
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Sun Nov 01, 2015 4:48 pm

3 songs I listen regulary to:


The third song separate from the others with subtitles (English / Greek);
Volks poisoning propaganda:
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Mon Nov 02, 2015 10:22 am

Hardcore music, many breakdowns, not bad (ragnaroks really good), "You must murder" 2:28 bass drops. I don't nowdays listen to hc (hxc), I always look for heavy guitar sound, good balance in the instrument mixing (sometimes drums are too loud compared to guitar etc.), sometimes the guitar or the entire production sound too sterile/clean for my taste. Also the hardcore "dancing" is ridiculous, kicking and punching the air. Hardcore music has different kind of anger/hatred, I wouldn't get "satisfied" just by physical violence (punching someone), it's not "spiritual hatred", also showing hatred for pitiful opponent (antifa in this case) is showing too much respect, even considering them as "opponents", I prefer the "hate" to be cold and disdained.

An example of heavy guitars, Crowbar is basically hardcore punk mixed with doom, so it can play really heavy riffs slowly without breakdowns. (I'm not a music expert, nor do I know a lot of musical terms, just my own conclusions I've made over the years.)

Obedience Thru Suffering (1991)


Sonic Excess in its Purest Form (2001)


I like crowbar to some extent, I just can't stand their christian morality lyrics(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDPZ0znxMUU) , admitting weakness before god and asking gods help etc, but at least their all albums are consistent and have good riffs.


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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Mon Nov 02, 2015 10:49 am

I think GBK tours with Arghoslent and have same band members, I'm not a huge fan (yet), but they have good songs.

Mocking the Philanthropist (1997)

http://www.darklyrics.com/lyrics/grandbelialskey/mockingthephilanthropist.html#4

Kosherat (2005)

http://www.darklyrics.com/lyrics/grandbelialskey/kosherat.html#6
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Tue Nov 03, 2015 6:35 am

Kostogher (1997)






Classic, honest and pure, silly video (1992)
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:23 pm

Can you see in the east the morning red

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJrZ37vLZbI
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:33 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQGN4F3X6Xg

Once of Northern blood
Death and tragedy
Everything in you
Ghosts and mystery
Under the grey banners of skies
Where falcons sing their pride
What haunts your iron dreams
Motherland Ostenvegr?
Endless fields
Mists and horrid woods
Barrows by the riverbanks
And autumn wind above
Long forgotten songs
Human bones in the dirt
Helmets and swords in rust
The smell of graves and autumn soil
Mighty olden oaks
Always speak to me
With their grim voices of the dead
With their never fading memories
Once of Northern blood
Death and tragedy
Everything in you
Ghosts and mystery
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:35 pm


Absurd - Des Wotans Schwarzer Haufen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgiVz9SyCwk
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:40 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6g9HsYkiLgg

[1.]
Wotan entsendet seine Töchter wohl auf das Schlachtenfeld
Auserwählt, um zu erwecken, wer im Kampfe fällt
Hehre Krieger, mutig, treu dem Stahl
Walküren tragen sie nach Walhall'

[Refrain:]
Rösser schnauben, Hufe schlagen, wohlan zum Todesritt
Erneut erwachen wird nur der, der ehrenhaft im Kampfe stritt

[2.]
Todesmutig, kampfentschlossen stürmen die Krieger voran
Keiner wird dem Feinde weichen, fällt auch der Führersmann
Zeit des Krieges ist Zeit der Ehr'
Gewiß der ewigen Wiederkehr

[3.]
Schwerter klirren, Helden fallen, rot färbt sich der Grund
Schreie halln im Schlachtendonner, Blutdurst herrscht zur Stund'
Der Tod kommt schnell, wenn Recken streiten
Der Tod kommt wenn Walküren reiten

[4.]
Sieh dort, den erschlagenen Helden, bei ihm kniet die Schildmaid
Wischt das Blut ihm von der Stirne, verharrt an seiner Seit'
Sie küsst ihn und er öffnet die Augen, aufs Pferd nimmt sie ihn
Über Bifröst wird ihr Ritt nun gehn, (um) in Walhalla einzuziehn
Heldentod ist der Lohn der Schlacht
Wenn der Krieger vom Kuß der Maid erwacht.

Rösser schnauben, Hufe schlagen, wohlan zum Todesritt
Erneut erwachen wird nur der, der ehrenhaft im Kampfe stritt

Rösser schnauben, Hufe schlagen, wohlan zum Todesritt
Erneut erwachen wird nur der, der ehrenhaft im Kampfe stritt
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:44 pm

Not sure if it belongs in this thread, but it's epic nevertheless.

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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 4:47 pm

Kosov metal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVvSL24vKPc

''what do we call the system where people can't say what they think? Democracy!
what do we call a system where the journalists don't dare to tell what's really happening? Democracy!
what do we call a system where the law is worthy only for you? ...
what do we call a system where there's no democracy at all! that's pretty much the refrain''
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 6:15 pm

Atmospheric, Minimalistic, Simplistic, Really Raw, Ambient Black Metal, Blazebirth Hall  

http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/BlazeBirth_Hall







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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 06, 2015 6:21 pm

Atmospheric, Minimalistic, Simplistic, Really Raw, Ambient Black Metal, Blazebirth Hall

AmiralMauth wrote:
"  I'd compare Kaldrad's harsh singing to Varg's, and it does a truly phenomenal job of transporting the listener to the frozen Russian landscapes and villages of yesteryear, when the proud pagan warriors still walked the earth. "



MaDTransilvanian wrote:

Stereotypical Blazebirth Hall kind of black metal, which tends to be extremely repetitive and harsh, though powerfully atmospheric and somewhat melodic, in a twisted black metal way....Branikald is one of those bands whose career consists of a large number of similarly sounding albums, and Kveldulv is perhaps one of the, if not the most typical of them all.





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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:58 am

This one is all about the texture: crunchy, gnarly.  The cover art (the better one, which I'm attaching) reflects the sound.  I love it.




Meditative, spacey, but intense.  Like a Faustian train hurtling somewhere black.  Vast.
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Fri Nov 13, 2015 11:56 am

Only complaint I have about Branikald and Forest is that they are too good and they take too many hours of my days...Ascetic and beautiful, very exclusive










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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Wed Nov 18, 2015 2:21 pm



Spurred on by hope of conquest
Lusting for spice and gold
Into the churning seas
In the frail bark of tiny boats

Embedded in the soil of every continent
The bones of our ancestors lie
Testifying to a higher mandate
Sent down to warring soldiers

In the shadows of our banners
The indigenous bow to their masters
O' mighty winds caress our sails
And take this wrath away

Men of awesome might
Blue blood bred of steel
On cloven hoofs they ride
In the banners of Castile

In the sign of the martyr's cross
We torch the tropic fields
To the windswept shores of gold
With the banners of Castile

For blood and gold
The banners of Castile are raised...



None have better solos

http://www.darklyrics.com/lyrics/arghoslent/gallopingthroughthebattleruins.html#4

Armored artillery...Mechanized infantry...Air cavalry...Dead in their tracks, all have died
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Thu Nov 19, 2015 11:53 pm

Pioneers of technical brutal death metal, Gorguts is widely respected

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The tremendous diversity of structures, severe tempo changes and advanced arrangements are a vital part of the band’s methodology, which constructs epic songs as the title-track, offering a stunning display of abilities and creativity. The variations of riffs are nearly countless, so insatiable, the elaborated progression and versatility of the instrumental basis simply exquisite, revealing a truly musically superior effort from great musicians at their best.



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Gorguts had the required virtuosism to design and execute such intricate music, unlike most early death metal acts that needed to make about 2 or 3 records till they finally refined their skills and eluded the typical clichés, not only technically – their capacity to compose and provide sense and consistency to the songs is unique. Others failed and succumbed to the difficulty of their pretentious schemes because sometimes technique doesn’t equal good music but these Canadians had the ideas and possibilities to reasonably combine dexterous arrangements with unadulterated speed & aggression – conceiving well-constructed competent music, making it difficult without denying the original essence of this subgenre.




I think Gorguts was influenced by Atheist and Pestilence and many others. (how could they not be) Atheist is a pioneer of tech death.




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fcn2yKxY6U

2013 Gorguts album in the other hand is undeniably influenced by French band Deathspell Omega.
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PostSubject: Re: Death Metal, Black Metal & Sub-Genres Sat Nov 21, 2015 9:19 pm

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