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Old 2005-01-10, 20:43
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I found some demos of Bethlehem but does anyone know where I can find some songs? I liked what I heard, really creepy deep vocals.
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Old 2005-01-10, 21:16
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Old 2005-01-10, 23:11
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the intro and outro to Unhallowed by The Black Dahlia Murder. its Trevor Strnad reading from a book about cannibalism, definitely creepy.
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Old 2005-01-11, 21:07
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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.

very true, every word.
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Old 2005-01-11, 23:29
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No one has mentioned Today Is The Day?

Today Is The Day - In The Eyes Of God.

Listen to that song while in the dark.
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Old 2005-01-12, 12:14
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Decrepify, do you have any good darkwave suggestions? or where to get some
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Old 2005-01-12, 16:12
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the intro and outro to Unhallowed by The Black Dahlia Murder. its Trevor Strnad reading from a book about cannibalism, definitely creepy.


I'll have that album soon.
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Old 2005-01-12, 23:10
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Now I remember a good scary song. Check out Blood, Milk, & Sky by White Zombie. It sounds nothing like their other stuff, its slower and more melodic with creepy keyboards and female vocals that kinda remind me of witch chants. Easily my favorite White Zombie song ever.
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I'll have that album soon.


its amazing. enjoy. i will have Necrophagist's Epitaph as of tomorrow around 3 PM. i love 2 day shipping
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Old 2005-01-13, 10:36
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Decrepify, do you have any good darkwave suggestions? or where to get some


From dark ambient/darkwave I would go for:
Lustmord's "Heresy" and "The Place Where the Black Stars Hang"
Tangerine Dream's "Zeit"
any Raison d'ętre CD

Also Kerovnian's "From the Depths of Haron" is descent.

Because Tangerine Dream is a very famous band (compare it to Jean Michel Jarre), you could find that release from your local record store, maybe Lustmord too. The other stuff might be bit harder to get, though from some internet mailorder distributors you could find those. I can recommend only one because that is the only distributor where I have bought this kind of stuff: http://cfprod.com/nh/ (industrial/ambient zone). Northern Heritage has also other types of industrial/electronic music, like some folkish, epic and neoclassical stuff. And in the other zones there are also a lot of good (black) metal releases.

http://www.equilibriummusic.com/ seems also having a lot of this kind of material avaible, even more than NH. But I have never used that place, so I have no clue is that a safe place to purchase etc.
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Old 2005-01-13, 13:58
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sunn o}}}-mostly downtuned riffs,no drums. i wouldnt say scary but definatly dark,somber music.

his hero is gone-15 counts of arson- this is the later tracks of that cd, pessimistic, slow doom, excellent riffs

dystopia<east bay metal band, they also do a label, life is abuse>human garbage, down tuned mid tempo metal, kinda like a prototype of nu-metal but absolutely killer, this band predated all the shit you hear and see on radio,mtv, if you read the lyrics carefully you will see they are actually speaking against the subjects they speak about, serial killing,suicide,atrocities etc. there is something about this album that is hard to digest,hard to fathom
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Old 2005-01-13, 14:18
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KING DIAMOND...

...especially "Sarah's night" from "Voodoo", as everyone knowns, all the King Diamond cd's tells a horror history. If you goes deeply in the lyrical concept, i'm sure you'll find a true sense of horror in all of it. I remember one christmas night, like some 3 years ago. I was alone at home, drinking "tequila" and i put this album. God of mine! when i heard "Sarah's night" a shiver down to my spine, and i felt so scared!, since then i never have return from the land of Mr. Diamond, every story, every line, everything is so evil....

Well, of course, some people doesn't like the vocal style of Diamond, it's o.k., but you need to give him a chance. You don't be dissapointed.
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Old 2005-01-13, 20:07
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Hey thanks to all you guys for reccommendations, i've heard some damn good music I haven't known before, and was reminded of a few i'd forgotten about before.

Also, I like King Diamond, especially Abigail II, it is pretty creepy
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Old 2005-01-14, 13:16
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"Godgory - Death In Black" I thought the whole song was creepy to me, when I first heard it on the "Death.. Is Just The Beginning Vol. 5" CD, Disc 1.
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Old 2005-01-15, 03:56
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it might just be me but i think Black Winds by Satyricon is quite atmospheric, im sure it would affect you more during your 'meditation'

jks. im open minded. im sure its a rush
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Old 2005-01-15, 03:58
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sum41 scare me too.
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Old 2005-01-15, 04:01
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i hope that's for the reason that they're a shockingly poor.....:think: err.... :shrug: band i suppose.
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Old 2005-01-15, 07:23
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i hope that's for the reason that they're a shockingly poor.....:think: err.... :shrug: band i suppose.



of course
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Old 2005-01-21, 18:59
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Scary? Hmm try to listen to Mortician's Hacked Up For B.B.Q. or Chainsaw Dissmemberment with the lights off and high. Now that is fucking scary.
Deicide's Scars Of The Crucifix is pretty scary sounding also.
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Old 2005-01-21, 20:32
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It's not scary, but it's creepy... alice cooper - i love the dead. It's perfect man, he gets so into it. what makes it creepy is the way he sings it, as if it were the world to him.

not scary, more strange... but i've listened to it a couple of times while my brain is dead from not sleeping for a few days, and it's kickass.

but scary? ummm... ever watched The Wall? when you're not sober, (even when you are) the whole thing is just like ... makes you think 'fuck, that's somethin'. The soundtrack is great and the animated bits kick ass. basically, it sucks you in and you dont take your eyes off the screen for even a second coz you're sitting there thinking 'insane man, this shit is freakin me out'.
nah it aint metal but still its creepy as all hell.

What I sometimes do to freak myself out is walk down to the cemetary in the pitch dark with a discman and listen to music on the discman - akercocke/opeth or something. It's a long walk through paddocks and bush to get there, so you basically wander aimlessly and hope you get to the road soon. Old cemetary, broken graves, overgrown weeds, its got atmosphere. I just lie there listening to music for ages. That's not scary. But then you take the headphones off and all of a sudden it all changes coz you're not listening to music anymore, you're lying alone in a cemetary ages away from anything.
Haven't done that in ages. Must do it sometime...
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