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Old 2005-01-09, 06:28
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The only band that scares me is Pig Destroyer.


If you actually read their lyrics carefully, you realise that everything is bad and you need to die. That's pretty scary. Prowler is my middle-of-the-night album right now.
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Old 2005-01-09, 06:33
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Download Sargeist. I think you maybe on to something, no metal has really scared me before. I would like to have a band so evil sounding it was actually frightening.


You really think so? The lyrics, even by BM standards, sound like Screechy the Cranky Rooster being fitted with an acid colostomy bag.
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Old 2005-01-09, 06:40
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Old 2005-01-09, 07:47
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Pig Destroyer would scare me more if I hadn't immunized myself with Acid Bath. That's some shit. When you say

She asked if it would hurt
I smiled and said no
The lie ran down my chin like embryo

you're a fucker. Not that 'maybe she'll snap her wrist doing cartwheels' is wholesome. But, in general, I don't know why I like Pig Destroyer. I can't give a reason. They just dug into me, and now I dig into them.

But, yeah, anything Dax Riggs wrote the lyrics for will freak me out. Especially under the influence. Of anything.
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Old 2005-01-09, 10:03
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You should try some dark ambient/darkwave tracks, I think ambient does this haunting and scary effect much better than any metal. Ambient is very deep and drone music and some how more dimensional than any other, and while listening to it one as though slumber into the music. Thence, in particular dark ambient cases the audition can turn into a quite creepy experience.

These are good examples that have this kind of effect:
Lustmord's "Heresy" and "The Place Where the Black Stars Hang"
Tangerine Dream's "Zeit"
any Raison d'ętre CD
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Old 2005-01-09, 10:12
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The first track from Celtic Frost's Morbid Tales used to freak me out, but that's not realy music.
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Old 2005-01-09, 12:09
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The first track from Celtic Frost's Morbid Tales used to freak me out, but that's not realy music.


And then when the actual music starts playing you realize you just wasted about $13.
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Old 2005-01-09, 12:57
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You should try pretty much anything by Current 93. I like the All The Pretty Little Horses album, it sounds like a guy reading nursery rhymes with off key music except he occasionally says things like 'and the blood bells chime' and talks about vanished faces and inner eyes etc.

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Old 2005-01-09, 13:02
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lol,

I got some good replies. Lots of good bands reccommended, and I''ll also give the dark ambience thing a try as well.

MyOwnSavior: Yeah I have the SH3 soundtrack, I forgot about that, it does freak me out sometimes, especially when im sleeping and that weird guy will go " Ohhhhhhhhhmmmmmm" really loud in my ears.

Andrewc: lol I actually had a wallpaper of mortician for a while not knowing who they were at first, it was the disturbing one with the girl on the cover with a missing leg tied to a post with a guy holding a chainsaw in the doorway of the house behind her.
I'll prolly give it a try along with all the other reccommendations here

yeah I suppose its an odd pasttime but it still rules, i love scaring the shit out of myself.
problem is, I can never find really scary stories, and they're all usually bogus anyways,most of them are like " oh a demon beast came out of my basement and was pinning me down by my hair "

No, if a demon beast lived, it would kill you right away, not scare you.

I sometimes listen to " Where dead angels lie " or " slowly we rot " while walking through the woods near my house at night, just because i'm so damn bored and try to freak myself out, lol.
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Old 2005-01-09, 13:08
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Bethlehem.

because of the vocals.
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Old 2005-01-09, 13:40
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Bethlehem.

because of the vocals.


Yeah, Bethlehem's vocalist is insane guy. Very depressive and sick vocals, filled with emotion. One of the most, um, unique vocals I have heard.
But does they do this kind of scary effect on you? I find them to do you some how melancholic. At least this was on Dictius Te Necare album.
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Old 2005-01-09, 14:06
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ive also found that cradle of filth's - dinner at deviant's palace to be pretty creepy.


I've found some Cradle of Filth to be freaky as well. Especially tracks that are more like instrumentals such as Venus in Fear off Cruelty and The Beast or many of the tracks off Damnation and a Day...The ending to Thank God for the Suffering is pretty freaky, along with most of the tracks on there...Some are dorky as hell though.
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Old 2005-01-09, 17:00
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Yeah, Bethlehem's vocalist is insane guy. Very depressive and sick vocals, filled with emotion. One of the most, um, unique vocals I have heard.
But does they do this kind of scary effect on you? I find them to do you some how melancholic. At least this was on Dictius Te Necare album.


the guy that used to sing for bethlehem, who now fronts deinonychus, marco kehren (formerly a one-man band), pick up some of their stuff if you can. i'm stupid, i managed to get his first album entitled "the silence of december" and then sold it, i really regret it now. i think it may be scarier than varg.
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Old 2005-01-09, 21:42
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And then when the actual music starts playing you realize you just wasted about $13.


Lucky I downloaded it
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Old 2005-01-10, 11:57
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How about Mayhem and BURZUM????

They aren´t very frightning, but if you firstly read the stories of the inner circle it has an extra dark sensation.



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Old 2005-01-10, 11:59
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Wormed, Devourment.

And yea CC playing shit backwards is very strange.
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Old 2005-01-10, 14:40
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I can't believe no one's mentioned Immolation.
Very very evil shit.
Freaky to listen to in the dark..
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Old 2005-01-10, 16:28
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The intro to Praise The Name Of Satan by Akercocke freaked me out when I was walking home from the pub once. I was walking down the road that bisects Aintree racecourse so it's quite dark and lonesome. It was amazingly eerie so I tried it the next week with the intro song to Mithras's Worlds Beyond The Veil CD and I got a similar effect. Nothing else that I've heard works as well as these.
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Old 2005-01-10, 17:15
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I haven't been scared, startled, frightened by any music throughout my entire adulthood. The intro to Cannibal Corpse's "Addicted to Vaginal Flesh" is slightly unnerving given the reality involved, but it's not frightening or scary at all.

When I was 13, I heard my first non-Metallica/Megadeth thrash album, which was Slayer's 'South of Heaven'. It scared me at least the first couple of times I heard it, but something about it made me want to listen again and again. Listening to it now, it's kind of funny, it'd almost be embarrasing if I weren't 13 the first time I heard it.
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Old 2005-01-10, 17:59
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Limbodic Art has some pretty scary stuff.

Yes,also Darktrhrone - A Blaze In The Northern Sky
and Beherit - Drawing Down The Moon
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