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  #121  
Old 2006-03-05, 18:46
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well i guess thats what im doing now, educating myself
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Old 2006-03-05, 20:24
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the vital remains drummer is really fast

they are from providence, yet they seem to never play local shows and arent apart from the scene here. thats too bad
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Old 2006-03-06, 06:32
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roddy accuses yeung of just protooling every bar in dechristianize

oh,and google them to find live pictures. hilarious!
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Old 2006-03-22, 14:55
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its definately abe lebouriel that plays with paul maccartney. that guy has the best gig in town and hes nothing special!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just mad, thats all. i wanted that gig.
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Old 2006-03-24, 06:26
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roddy accuses yeung of just protooling every bar in dechristianize

oh,and google them to find live pictures. hilarious!



ive seen vital remains live with yeung playing drums, the guy is fast but not as fast as the stuff i heard that was more recent. as far as protooling songs, i dont know
i imagine protool looping blastbeats,then speeding them up would be easy so it could be true. thing is i saw them like 6 or 7 years ago.

i wish theyd play locally so i san see for myself
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Old 2006-03-24, 14:27
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I think the least recognised is david gray from akercocke he is a great drummer and hardly anyone knows him.

Even though this is the over rated thread i think he is under appreciated.
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Old 2006-03-24, 18:49
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Lars Ulrich, Joey Jordison. Almost every starting drummer I've known looks up to these guys as Gods. Granted, they are just starting out drumming. But most don't open their minds up to drummers like Vinnie Paul, Bill Ward, and Virgil Donati.

I like Joey, but I hardly think he can revolutionize drumming or has already. And Lars? Not THAT great of a drummer. Ok drummer, but hardly someone to be renowned for evolving drumming and music. Plus, his playing on St. Anger.... well, sucked. It sounded like he was beating on a bunch of trash cans.
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Old 2006-03-24, 18:58
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hrmmmm, darren cesca of goratory/pillory is who jumps to mind first. youve seen the video if him playing ...if you need a refresher check the goratory page.

whoever drums for aeon does blasts as solid as roddy
inferno from behemoth (his skill increases with each album)
the decapitated drummer (is it vitek?)
whoever drums for martyr plays with time signatures on the level of roddy

for pure speed tim yeung also surpasses roddy (agiel/decrepit birth/vital remains, but not so much VR because that seems to be faked)
thats about all that comes to mind


Hah yeah that Goratory guy is a machine. Inferno is decent... as well as Vitek, they're good but not some of the best I don't think. Hah Yeung is good though, that's some crazy stuff. Imagine playing a setlist of theirs
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Old 2006-03-24, 22:55
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I like Joey, but I hardly think he can revolutionize drumming or has already. And Lars? Not THAT great of a drummer. Ok drummer, but hardly someone to be renowned for evolving drumming and music. Plus, his playing on St. Anger.... well, sucked. It sounded like he was beating on a bunch of trash cans.


Okay Joey has done more than you think for Drumming, I mean I am not saying he is the saviour of modern drumming or anything like that, but he HAS put Extreme metal drumming styles into a popular style, I mean you listen to Joey drum, which plays on MTV and alike, and the guy is blasting (occasionally) and using lots of double bass etc. but you are right in that certain fanboys, do blow him out of proportion.

now for Lars, he deserves a pedistal for the simple reason, he inspired an entire GENERATION of metal drummers, you listen to Justice, which is Lars best album drum wise, and you can see why when a LOT of people first heard that album they were like 'coool I wanna do that' but that said, Lars has commited some pretty terrible sins

like St Arsewhipe

but I still forgive him, simply because of what he did in the 80's
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Old 2006-03-25, 00:04
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Okay Joey has done more than you think for Drumming, I mean I am not saying he is the saviour of modern drumming or anything like that, but he HAS put Extreme metal drumming styles into a popular style, I mean you listen to Joey drum, which plays on MTV and alike, and the guy is blasting (occasionally) and using lots of double bass etc. but you are right in that certain fanboys, do blow him out of proportion.

now for Lars, he deserves a pedistal for the simple reason, he inspired an entire GENERATION of metal drummers, you listen to Justice, which is Lars best album drum wise, and you can see why when a LOT of people first heard that album they were like 'coool I wanna do that' but that said, Lars has commited some pretty terrible sins

like St Arsewhipe

but I still forgive him, simply because of what he did in the 80's

You do have a good point. With both drummers.
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Old 2006-03-25, 01:09
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Yeah, the drummer from hella! is pretty nuts. His style is similar to the dude in Mastodon.

What's everyone's eductated thoughts on Danny Carry?


a master at what he does. shur he's not that fast or anything but he's techical as fuck. and his rides are just beutiful.
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Old 2006-03-25, 01:37
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Danny Carey, hes good, I wouldn't say amazing, but fuck some of his stuff is REALLY well put together, really nicely composed drums!
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Old 2006-03-25, 02:58
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roddy accuses yeung of just protooling every bar in dechristianize

oh,and google them to find live pictures. hilarious!

Yeung wasn't on the Dechristianize album. He's only done live stuff for them.
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Old 2006-03-25, 04:24
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Yeung wasn't on the Dechristianize album. He's only done live stuff for them.


Yeah, wasn't it Dave who played drums on that album?

Regarding Lars Ulrich, I'm not a great fan of his drumming but he was one of the first (if not the first) drummers to synchronise his double base with what James and Kirk where playing rhythmically.
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Old 2006-03-25, 09:57
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Yeah, Dave has the credit of playing drums on Dechristianize.

Derek never said it was that album specifically, he just said he knows of an album everyone always talks about the drums on, that he knows is fake. It might be that album, but it miht not. So I wouldn't just come out and say that "Derek said blah blah......".
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Old 2006-03-25, 09:58
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Yeung wasn't on the Dechristianize album. He's only done live stuff for them.

oh! then i wouldnt be surpised if yeung pulled it off live either
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Old 2006-03-25, 14:03
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I think Flo is overrated. He doesn't sound bad or anything but I just don't see he his "greatness".
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Old 2006-03-26, 14:40
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Old 2006-03-26, 14:47
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flo is a great drummer, i personally dont like his drumming as much as i like derek roddys, but still a great drummer.
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Old 2006-03-26, 15:17
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This may be an ignorant response, but I find Travis Barker a very overrated drummer. I've only heard a few Blink 182 songs (1 is too many), and he sounded just decent, but not great. Yet I've seen in other forums and people at my school trying to compare Travis Barker to whoever. Most of the time, Travis comes out on top. Why?

As I said, this is probably a response with little knowledge about Travis.
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