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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakonosolo View Post
    Finding something that sounds exactly like them is going to be hard but here's some:
    Which is why I said "similar" instead of "exactly the same"~

    Thank you for bothering to look up songs, anyhow. The first and last were my favourites, whereas the ones in the middle weren't exactly my cup of tea. But hey, two positive experiences!

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    So you seem to like the aggressive lyrics then. Opeth, the first one is really good, so I recommend that. Opeth is kind of unique I would say too.

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    Been listening to melodeath quite a bit today, so, I thought I would post a melodeath song or two (or three).

    1. Morphogenesis by Scar Symmetry
    Genre(s): Melodeath, prog metal, power metal

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    2. Celestial Furnace by Disarmonia Mundi
    Genre(s): Melodeath, prog metal

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    3. The Black Waltz by Kalmah
    Genre(s): Melodeath, neo-classical metal

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    Don't forget Fractal Gates and Insomnium. My two favorite melodeath bands at the moment.




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    Insomnium is pretty great, I listen to them from time-to-time. Never heard of the other band before, though--they be pretty decent too. Anyway...

    ufkin Meshuggah (extreme metal, avant-garde metal)

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    and ufkin Strapping Young Lad (Avant-garde metal, extreme metal, prog metal)

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    Needs less melodeath.

    Testament, along with Slayer, is my favorite thrash metal band
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    And some more black metal
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    and ufkin Strapping Young Lad (Avant-garde metal, extreme metal, prog metal)
    I just started to like you more for posting Strapping Young Lad. They're one of my favorite bands right now.

    About Black Metal, I don't listen to it that much anymore, but I think these two bands are pretty great

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    Darkspace, an ambient black metal band from Switzerland. They're very atmospheric


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    Cold Body Radiation, a mix of Black Metal, Shoegaze, and Post-Rock


    Also, who here likes Funeral Doom

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    Ahab is a damn great band. If we're trekking down that path, has anyone here listened to Esoteric?


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    Some metal of varying genres:

    Night Eternal by Moonspell
    Genre(s): Gothic black metal, folk metal, gothic metal, doom metal, death metal

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    A Darkened Mind by Circus Maximus
    Genre(s): Progressive metal

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    Challenger by Sybreed
    Genre(s): Industrial metal, groove metal, melodic death metal, avant-garde metal

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    Does anyone else here have SiriusXM and listen to Liquid Metal? How do you feel about their programming? For the most part it seems they mostly play death metal, older stuff like Slayer and Metallica, and then something else every once in a while. I think they should really play more lesser known stuff, at least more than they do right now. I do think it's really nice still though, and I have found a lot of bands that I like through it.

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    I've tuned into Liquid Metal occasionally. They do a decent job of keeping up with metal trends, but don't usually go far below the surface. It's nice to hear a channel that plays dudes like Amon Amarth and Suicidal Tendencies on a regular basis, but I normally opt to listen to Deep Tracks (which I maintain is the best channel on SiriusXM).

    I try to keep my metal show, Extreme Aggression, as a balance between all aspects. I've got two cohosts and we try to keep things fresh. I usually play lesser known bands' material, new and old, along with the occasional classics to keep interest for the average listener, one cohost plays the better of decently-known metal bands and the other is sort of in between, but has a particular taste for tech death. Our show is on break for the summer, but you can check out the setlists at the link in my sig.

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    Been listening to mostly progressive metal today. Not sure why, but, I've been enjoying it.

    So...I thought I would share some (mostly) progressive metal bands.

    The Words Unspoken by Andromeda:
    Genre(s): Progressive metal

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    Push Button by Stolen Babies:
    Genre(s): Avant-garde metal, progressive metal

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    Grand Gathas of Baal Sin by Melechesh:
    Genre(s): Progressive black metal, (oriental) folk metal, power metal

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    BOOM!


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    One of the most disturbing albums I've ever listened to. The vocalist sounds like he's suffocating. And yes, this is the full album. It's only 13 minutes long and all the songs are titled "Untitled". This is the only album this band has released as well. Even that's pretty creepy.

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    So I've heard this band mentioned and played on Liquid Metal and apparently the female member of the band passed out at a recent show. I was thinking that the woman was a guitarist or something but no, she's the vocalist. A lot of their songs do not sound like the singer is a woman.

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    Ack, that GGUW stuff is sweet. ...is that what ALF looks like if he doesn't shave? O,o?

    Sarfallet tries to bring something to the table/thread/whatever. :V
    So this is like a... metal... group... and eh...
    And he fails.


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    Some more metal. Even moar!

    Kinetic by Arcturus
    Genre(s): Symphonic black metal, avant-garde metal, progressive metal

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    Hell is for Children by Vesania
    Genre(s): Symphonic black metal, blackened death metal

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    The Animal Within by Mors Principium Est
    Genre(s): Progressive metal, melodic death metal

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    The Encyclopedia Metallum: The Metal Archives introduces me to too much metal; too much, (wo)man! Link: http://www.metal-archives.com/

    Also...

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    Per aspera ad asta
    by Haggard
    Genre(s): Symphonic death metal, symphonic metal, doom metal, neo-medieval music (lolwat), technical death metal



    Freedom for Anshur-Za by Thy Disease
    Genre(s): Industrial death metal, black metal, death metal, avant-garde metal.



    Auditorium of Modern Movements by Age of Silence
    Genre(s): Symphonic black metal, avant-garde metal, progressive metal.



    Epic metal is epic.
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    Here's a band that I never see anyone mention, and they really should. If you're a fan of Symphonic Black Metal, you should take a look at this.
    This is from their 2004 album. I will say that the singer isn't the best, but he has been getting better with time.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tysvzUk-AcY
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronVonShredinStien View Post
    Here's a band that I never see anyone mention, and they really should. If you're a fan of Symphonic Black Metal, you should take a look at this.
    This is from their 2004 album. I will say that the singer isn't the best, but he has been getting better with time.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tysvzUk-AcY
    Nice song. I've heard of the band itself but never heard a song of them. Definetely have to check them out.

    A band i recently discovered which already turned to one of my favourites.

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    I remember a discussion about demographics of metal bands from around the world and it was mentioned that Africa is kind of lacking in them. Well today on Liquid Metal they dedicated an hour of Bloody Roots to African bands and there were a few that were pretty good. Here's a few.

    The Horror Cast from South Africa


    Crackdust from Botswana


    Arcana XXII from Namibia

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