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Old 2006-08-07, 16:06
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I actually like the tone hah. You can actually hear every note being played and it has a lot of mids. Very warm tone.
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Old 2006-08-07, 16:07
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that albums pretty accessible too, its not nearly as brutal as some other modern brutal dm stuff.
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Old 2006-08-07, 16:11
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Well it is listenable, much unlike the Darkthrone-esque black metal bands guitar tone where it is all treble and fuzz with very little note definition at all. The tone on this Vile album reminds me a lot of Domination-era Morbid Angel.
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Old 2006-08-07, 16:12
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Well it is listenable, much unlike the Darkthrone-esque black metal bands guitar tone where it is all treble and fuzz with very little note definition at all.

just felt like getting a jab in at black metal or what? that has no relevance
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Old 2006-08-07, 16:18
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just felt like getting a jab in at black metal or what? that has no relevance

Yeah it does. I was just providing a counterpoint to what younguitarist said about warm tone. I was agreeing with him saying I would rather have a tone on a death metal album to be more towards the warm side than the over fuzzed-out black metal bands. No offense to anyone but that is just my personal preference.
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Old 2006-08-09, 21:51
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Did anyone mention Cannibal corpse?
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Old 2006-08-10, 12:53
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Exclamation And Then...

Don't Forget
SikTH (London Lads)
Spastic Inc (obscene tech)
Dream Theatre (John Petrucci)
Cacophony (oooh, that's shreddy'd WHEAT there!)
Opeth (Prog-Black)
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Old 2006-08-10, 12:55
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Old 2006-08-10, 20:12
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Don't Forget
SikTH (London Lads)
Spastic Inc (obscene tech)
Dream Theatre (John Petrucci)
Cacophony (oooh, that's shreddy'd WHEAT there!)
Opeth (Prog-Black)


Sorry dude, Opeth is not even close to technical or 'prog-black.'
If you want true 'progressive black' go listen to older Arcturus or 'IX Equilibrium' by Emperor. And SikTH? Come on...
You only get points for mentioning a band Jason Becker was in. Cacophony, while possibly very outdated [especially vocal-wise] was sick.

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I just downloaded some Necrophagist powertabs from here, and I have this to say;

What albums would you all recomend because they fucking rule!
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Old 2006-08-10, 20:58
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I think the only things Necrophagist ever put out as LPs were 'Epitaph' and 'Onset Of Putrefaction'. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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Old 2006-08-11, 12:02
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I think the only things Necrophagist ever put out as LPs were 'Epitaph' and 'Onset Of Putrefaction'. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.


Nobody better correct you because you're not wrong.

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Old 2006-08-11, 12:26
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Cannibal Corpse and Anata.
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Old 2006-08-11, 22:13
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Necrophagist releases, fegs.

Epitaph
Onset
self titled
requiems of festered gore.
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Old 2006-08-11, 22:15
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Check out Colin Marstons instrumental bands that Problematic put me onto.

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Old 2006-08-11, 23:04
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Necrophagist releases, fegs.

Epitaph
Onset
self titled
requiems of festered gore.


He said LP's.
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Old 2006-08-19, 12:08
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Necrophagist releases, fegs.

Epitaph
Onset
self titled
requiems of festered gore.


yea but that cd only had like what 4 songs and they were all on the later albums.

and Epoch of Unlight is the shit
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Old 2006-09-05, 19:48
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Old 2006-09-05, 22:26
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The tech death bands I listen to have pretty much already been mentioned in the thread. Cryptopsy, Decapitated, Demilich, Gorguts, Necrophagist, Nile, Origin, Psycroptic, Spawn Of Possession, Suffocation, Theory In Practice
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Old 2006-09-05, 22:32
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Spastic Inc (obscene tech)

Most technical band ever as far as guitar work. It's absurd.
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