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Old 2006-12-22, 11:20
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I've only got Woods to Eternity by Satyricon and 2 Dragonlord songs which are bad ass.

What are some other good Dragonlord songs?
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Old 2006-12-22, 11:57
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All of their songs are good.

Just purchase any album.
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Old 2006-12-22, 12:21
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Works for me.
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Old 2006-12-24, 20:52
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Here's a band I recently stumbled upon...The Funeral Pyre.

www.myspace.com/thefuneralpyre
http://www.thefuneralpyre.com

Both of their albums are being ordered, but I forgot about this Xmas delay.

Galy Records is having some specials going on which it nice having to pay $7-10cdn for albums instead of $12cdn. They also have all three Vesperian Sorrow albums.
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Old 2007-01-23, 19:12
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Limbonic Art is my favorite symphonic black metal band. The one album that was by far the greatest was In Abhorrence Dementia. The keyboards are amazing, but the guitars are a bit masked underneath them. I would highly recommend this. Also, Dimmu Borgir is actuall pretty good, if not great. I am more of a true black fanatic, but they are really great and I do not understand why they get so much shit. Get enthrone Darkness Triumphant by them.
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Old 2007-01-23, 22:25
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Limbonic Art is my favorite symphonic black metal band. The one album that was by far the greatest was In Abhorrence Dementia. The keyboards are amazing, but the guitars are a bit masked underneath them. I would highly recommend this. Also, Dimmu Borgir is actuall pretty good, if not great. I am more of a true black fanatic, but they are really great and I do not understand why they get so much shit. Get enthrone Darkness Triumphant by them.


For Limbonic Art, try Moon in the Scorpio.

For Dimmu, Stormblast/For all Tid.

I've been getting into Rex Mundi recently. Full of melodic riffs with fantastic production comparable to that of LLN. I really enjoy it.
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Old 2007-01-24, 00:44
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Yeah, I would agree with that too. Moon in the Scorpio was excellent. Also For All Tid and Stormbast are my two favorite albums by Dimmu. I was just saying the two I mentioned because this fellow seems to be looking on the more flowing melodic side.
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Old 2007-01-24, 11:18
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I understand why you would think that, but I think most of Nocturnal Poisoning is amazing. I think you have to be in the right mood to listen to it though.

Headphones are a big help, or at least being by youself. It's not the kind of shit you throw on when you have a house full of revellers.
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Old 2007-01-24, 11:35
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try checking out Sulphur from Bergen, Norway. Just signed Osmose Productions and their new record Cursed Madness is just out.

www.osmoseproductions.com
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Old 2007-01-24, 19:43
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try checking out Sulphur from Bergen, Norway. Just signed Osmose Productions and their new record Cursed Madness is just out.

www.osmoseproductions.com


Yeah. I just heard some stuff like a week ago by them. They're pretty good.
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Old 2007-01-25, 17:23
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I was just saying the two I mentioned because this fellow seems to be looking on the more flowing melodic side.

yes, and i sent him "in death's embrace" quite some time ago
EDT is my favorite dimmu, by far. but isnt it great that dimmu has that variety! sure other bands have a variety over time, but it just caught my attention how you recommended EDT to Bass', for melody, even though its not your favorite. people usually just tend to recommend their favorite, rather than the more appropriate choice for a topic.
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Old 2007-01-25, 17:41
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Old 2007-01-25, 18:19
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yes, and i sent him "in death's embrace" quite some time ago
EDT is my favorite dimmu, by far. but isnt it great that dimmu has that variety! sure other bands have a variety over time, but it just caught my attention how you recommended EDT to Bass', for melody, even though its not your favorite. people usually just tend to recommend their favorite, rather than the more appropriate choice for a topic.


What are you referring too? Dimmu Borgir?
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Old 2007-01-26, 01:04
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yes, and i sent him "in death's embrace" quite some time ago
EDT is my favorite dimmu, by far. but isnt it great that dimmu has that variety! sure other bands have a variety over time, but it just caught my attention how you recommended EDT to Bass', for melody, even though its not your favorite. people usually just tend to recommend their favorite, rather than the more appropriate choice for a topic.


I like EDT too, and I think it has great melody and everything. I thought it all worked on the album. Well, after the original keyboardist left, I didn't care for them at all anymore (i don't remember why) and I didn't listen to Dimmu for maybe a year or so. But then I started listening to them again and even their new stuff is starting to grow on me, and I too agree that they have great variety. What is interesting is how some people say they are too sold out now, but really, no Dimmu album really repeated itself much, so how has money effected their sound?
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Any band that manages to get out of their garage is a sellout to black metal purists.
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Compare these people to the norm, say, Muhammed SuiÁmez for instance who seems to think that lots of poorly strung together riffs spaced awkwardly around fancy monotonous sweeps covers up the fact that his ideas and songs are really quit boring.
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Old 2007-01-26, 02:49
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I like EDT too, and I think it has great melody and everything. I thought it all worked on the album. Well, after the original keyboardist left, I didn't care for them at all anymore (i don't remember why) and I didn't listen to Dimmu for maybe a year or so. But then I started listening to them again and even their new stuff is starting to grow on me, and I too agree that they have great variety. What is interesting is how some people say they are too sold out now, but really, no Dimmu album really repeated itself much, so how has money effected their sound?

yeah, i think, in this case, perhaps the sound chang was simply change of interest and ideas in the band members, and not just someone saying "they sold out" just because they dont like the new style... and the fact that they make more money now. which brings me to something. a band, of this status, is obviously making more money after such a long time due to how well they are known. it doesnt make much sense to say that a band sold out, simply because they are popular (through time!) and now sound different. look at Kalmah. the singer did a different vocal for the whole Black Waltz album, rather than the one on the first 3. is it that they sold out? fuck no. it was a choice drivin by the interest of the singer. or possibly even an involuntary change in his voice, in which case, still has nothing to do with money. i have never heard someone say Kalmah has sold out, but it is just an example of change. something i do think could constitute selling out would be purposely changing to make money, no matter how the artist feels about the material, in other words, has stopped caring about the thing that kept them at it through the beginning, passion. and like what you were getting at about dimmu, they didnt know if upcoming releases were going to make more money than previous. in fact, i hear most people bash Death-cult, and i dont like it myself. they people i hear say that are not saying it because they think they sold out, they say it because they simply dont like the music. if they had made another Puritannical, wouldnt that be more like selling out... repeating something that made a lot of money, to make a lot more money. shit, ok, im fuckin tired
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Old 2007-01-26, 12:14
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Any band that manages to get out of their garage is a sellout to black metal purists.


haha. Yeah, we got too many of those in Norway.

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Old 2007-01-26, 15:07
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Isn't that the album of theirs that usually gets the least respect? What makes it so good?

It's a case where they already had a massive fan base and legacy which centered on more dark and brutal elements, and Prometheus was highly progressive sounding which alienated alot of people. It's not my favorite album but I really like it.
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Old 2007-01-26, 15:08
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haha. Yeah, we got too many of those in Norway.

You mean bands that make it out of their garages?
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Old 2007-01-26, 15:59
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You mean bands that make it out of their garages?


Oh, no I meant people who call the bands who make it outta the garage sell outs. I mean that there are too many black metal purists here.
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