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Old 2006-12-07, 08:57
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Anyone listen to Soilwork?

I think they are really good. Im planning on buying Natural Born Chaos.

Is Fragments of Unbecoming melodeath?

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Old 2006-12-07, 09:33
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I used to be hugely into melo death but over time I've brushed it aside. Still love AA to death tho, and Arsis too although they incorporate too much other influences to be considered mdm. Tech and brutal DM with melody like Psycroptic is where its at.

Dismember, Entombed, and all the other old Swedish bands don't count, AtG do though(I don't like them, nor an of their clone bands).
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Old 2006-12-07, 10:54
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Kalmah and Insomnium are my big ones for melo death. I can listen to all their albums all the way through and never want to skip a track. That's money well spent.
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Old 2006-12-07, 11:45
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I used to be huge on the melodic stuff, but it hasnt really piqued my interest as of late. I love Heartwork-era Carcass, and Dismember's "Like an Everflowing Stream" (is that melodeath?), but other than that, I find myself listening to alot of other stuff, whether it be brutal death, 80s thrash, or even black metal. God, I remember I used to love it though, especially Soilwork, and especially "The Chainheart Machine". That album was aces
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Old 2006-12-07, 11:58
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When the genre first got started back in the mid-90's, it was a really good idea. Combining Iron Maiden-esque melodies that were tuned down a bunch, mixed with harsh vocals is a great combo. The problem is that when 3,440,990,979,551,234 bands agree with my previous statement, it got overly stagnated and it is getting really, really stale now.
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Old 2006-12-07, 12:22
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At the gates ???????? Death???????

A LOT of bands you have posted do death metal.melod
ic death metal is not "all that isn't brutal!"

some melodic death bands (AS I INTEND MELODIC)


dark tranquillity*****
Novembre **** (make a donation to your spirit and listen them)
Inflames***
Children of bodom***
Opeth****
Dissection ( black melodic)*****
Imsonium****
kalmah****
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Old 2006-12-07, 13:09
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Huh? Since when is At the Gates not considered melodic death metal?
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Old 2006-12-07, 13:29
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At the gates in my opinion are not so melodic

ok??
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Old 2006-12-07, 13:41
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At the gates in my opinion are not so melodic

ok??


thats absurd!! Slaughter of the Soul is incredibly melodic.
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Old 2006-12-07, 13:49
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yes slaughter of the soul is very melodic ( one of the best death metal albu in the history) but IMHO not so "sweet" for melodic death metal.
And it is only 1 album.
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At the gates in my opinion are not so melodic

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Yeah..you're a fool, even their older shit was as well. And minus the first two/three albums, Death is melodic Death metal.
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Old 2006-12-07, 14:01
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y said that I am a fool.. ok im fool
but you can't discern death metal from melodic
what is worse?


if death are melodic death so you want paragonate death to dark tranquillity?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????


( i prefer death but Chuk said that he do death metal)
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Arcane Grail shits all over any band listed so far.
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Old 2006-12-07, 14:24
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y said that I am a fool.. ok im fool
but you can't discern death metal from melodic
what is worse?


if death are melodic death so you want paragonate death to dark tranquillity?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????


( i prefer death but Chuk said that he do death metal)
paragonate??? If you want to argue, you have to use real words. If you aren't from America/England?austrailia then you are sorta forgiven......but if not
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Nothing in the melo-death realm has grabbed my attention lately other than Wintersun which was one of my favorite albums of 2004.
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Old 2006-12-07, 15:35
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no I m not from America /england or Australia
and so?
what will you do? (correct answer : nothing)
what ill do? ill say FUCK YOU!
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hey, at least he got the "FUCK YOU" right.
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Old 2006-12-07, 15:48
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Nothing in the melo-death realm has grabbed my attention lately other than Wintersun which was one of my favorite albums of 2004.

Pretty decent stuff, but I consider em more folk/black than melodic death
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Old 2006-12-07, 15:59
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no I m not from America /england or Australia
and so?
what will you do? (correct answer : nothing)
what ill do? ill say FUCK YOU!
Well that is not entirely true. I am laughing at you right now, does that count?
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Old 2006-12-07, 17:00
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BRB, you didn't mention Canada..he must be a canadian!
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