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Old 2004-12-24, 20:32
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Old 2004-12-25, 13:22
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What about Control Denied......think they are/were pretty jazzy
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Old 2004-12-25, 14:50
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Martyr was good, and so is control denied... watchtower is also pretty prog.
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Old 2004-12-29, 12:21
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Martyr anyone ?


How can you focus on just the drumming when the sum of the parts is THAT amazing?

What a spectacular band.
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Old 2005-01-08, 16:54
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theyre the only hydrogrind band!...
That was tongue in cheek.
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Old 2005-04-12, 15:13
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Jazzy metal

I'm surprised no one has said the basics: Acrimonia (Dreams, best jazz metal instrumental ever in my opinion), Esicastic (very much like cynic), Alarum, Cause for Effect (grind jazz, but actual truer to jazz, not the stuff that people call jazz because it is technical. If you want to call technical death metal "jazz", I can name 50 bands from my cd collection at least. Slob on my transmutational knob you degenerates), Mourning Sign, Vuvr, and if you like jazzy stuff just listen to Jaco Pastorius, Bootsy Collins, Marcus Miller, Victor Wooten, Aghora, or anything like that. A horrible wanna be jazz grind band is Nyia. Don't ever listen to them please. I wasted $5.99 on Heads Held High and I would have rather purchased a japanese bondage tea garden video than listened to that bullshit. Nyia and Peter North should do a porno.
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Old 2005-04-12, 18:36
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Gordian Knot, they are awesome but they are not death metal. Kind of like prog/jazz metal. Spastic Ink is also a good one, songs like Mosquito Brain Surgery have some great jazz parts. Also check out Pestilence like everyone else said, especially the album "Spheres," some great bass work from Jeroen Paul Thesseling. And of course Cynic and Atheist.
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Old 2005-04-12, 20:57
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Gordian Knot, they are awesome but they are not death metal. Kind of like prog/jazz metal. Spastic Ink is also a good one, songs like Mosquito Brain Surgery have some great jazz parts. Also check out Pestilence like everyone else said, especially the album "Spheres," some great bass work from Jeroen Paul Thesseling. And of course Cynic and Atheist.


Yeah I like Gordian Knot. Aghora is much better though. I have the self-titled Gordian Knot album... tracks 2,3,5,6,7 are good. The rest is slow-paced, Eastern European/Arabian handjob-giving poppycock. At least Aghora plays all the way through. Spastic Ink, Behold the Arctopus, etc. are pretty much just technical progressive metal. It's good, but it's not jazz. I have heard some jazz interludes in the band Coprofago btw.
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Old 2005-04-16, 14:51
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Oh yeah

Check out Wayd, good jazz death
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Old 2005-04-16, 14:58
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I'm surprised that Candiria has not been mentioned at all.
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Old 2005-04-19, 13:53
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Martyr anyone ?


Martyr are hands down one of the most amazing bands out there, and they're jazz influences are quite evident. Mostly, that's because both Dan and Francois took jazz guitar and jazz bass lessons as kids. When they finally discovered the world of metal, they said, "Let's combine these!!!" and Martyr was born...a great day in the world of metal

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Old 2005-04-19, 14:09
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I'm surprised that Candiria has not been mentioned at all.


Not really death, but if anybody likes jazz-influenced heavy music they'll love Candiria.
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Martyr are hands down one of the most amazing bands out there, and they're jazz influences are quite evident. Mostly, that's because both Dan and Francois took jazz guitar and jazz bass lessons as kids. When they finally discovered the world of metal, they said, "Let's combine these!!!" and Martyr was born...a great day in the world of metal

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Fuck yeah I just heard one of there songs yesterday,I already ordered a cd.
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Old 2005-04-22, 18:04
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Ooooh: Coprofago.

Very cool.
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Old 2005-04-23, 11:18
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Old 2005-10-26, 12:17
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Ooooh: Coprofago.

Very cool.


I rescue this thread, because COPROFAGO has a new CD now.

I think is better than the last one.


P.D what is new in the DEath jazz scene???
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Old 2005-10-26, 12:43
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Old 2005-10-26, 14:15
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Ooooh: Coprofago.

Very cool.


Yeah I totally agree, awesome metal/jazz influenced band from chile, heard about them off uraniummusic.com
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Old 2005-10-26, 15:53
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How no one can even mention the almighty Exit-13 is beyond me. Also:
Death's Head Quartet
Pain Killer
Naked City

and someone mentioned Cause For Effect. They are fucking genius.
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