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Old 2004-03-03, 13:08
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Check out morbid angel's "lord of all fevers and plague" video off kazaa or dc++. I bet you anything that you'll shit your pants when you see what he's doing.
Care to enlighten those of us who do not have internet access? (You see I post from school) I know that song quite well. Ia! David Vincent was great.
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Old 2004-03-06, 14:51
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Hmm.. I'd say:
Kataklysm's bassist-stephane
Cannibal Corpse's-paul
Suffocations bassist
Death and Sadus-when Steve Digiorgio was in there
Mortician's-will rahmer

No more that I can think of in my 10 years of bass-playing experience.

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Old 2004-03-08, 13:46
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Yeah ... cannibal corpse bassist Paul !!!
Watch the new dvd from the wretched spawn !!!
He plays sooooo good !!!
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Old 2004-03-08, 13:52
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Hell yeah. I'll buy that dvd this weekend. I got to see them live on Feb 29th at the House of Blues(here in chicago), and he kicked ass there too. I also met him in person..Cool guy..
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Old 2004-03-08, 17:04
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they are end of this month in germany ... maybe I have time to see the concert !!

And the DVD is really good !!! buy it !
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Old 2004-03-10, 20:19
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Cannibal Corpse bassist Paul? You mean Alex?
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Old 2004-03-11, 11:31
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Yes right, he's called Alex Webster !! Why I wrote alex ??? damn ...
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Old 2004-03-11, 12:50
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Yeah. That's who I meant!. I realized that Paul is the drummer.....lol
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Old 2004-03-11, 16:00
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Damn man, you had me worried, I thought they had a line up change and I was the last one to know. Shit, I was flippin out
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Old 2004-03-12, 10:16
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Care to enlighten those of us who do not have internet access? (You see I post from school) I know that song quite well. Ia! David Vincent was great.


I cant find a bass tab for it (lord of all fevers and plague - morbid angel) but unless you see it then theres not much else i can say. Looks like steve tucker doesnt play it nearly as technical as david vincent and jared anderson did live.
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Old 2004-03-16, 13:30
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I cant find a bass tab for it (lord of all fevers and plague - morbid angel) but unless you see it then theres not much else i can say. Looks like steve tucker doesnt play it nearly as technical as david vincent and jared anderson did live.

From my limited experience of watching bassists live and in videos, I'd say you shouldn't go by how it looks when they play. Some bassists' technique makes it look like they're going nuts, but then if you listen it's not THAT crazy. I'm not saying this is the case in this situation, but often looks deceive.
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Old 2004-04-03, 08:18
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while we're on the topic of death and black metal bassists, could somebody name some that actually play with their fingers?


I don't think anyone mentioned him yet, but Tyr (Vintersorg, Borknagar session, Emperor and Satyricon and probably others touring) is also a killer bass player, he uses his fingers on a 5 stringer, I think.

Lars Norberg (Spiral Architect, Satyricon touring) is another killer bass player, and he too is on the five-strings.

Here's a site I found a while ago when I was bored one evening http://www.bassistsofdeath.cjb.net/ It has a lot of good bass players on there (not all death / black metal bassists though) as well as some tabs and some sound samples of good playing.
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Old 2004-04-13, 12:47
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I don't think anyone mentioned him yet, but Tyr (Vintersorg, Borknagar session, Emperor and Satyricon and probably others touring) is also a killer bass player, he uses his fingers on a 5 stringer, I think.


You mean Satyr? I think I've heard someone say Tyr once before. Are you just abbreviating or am I just wrong in thinking it's Satyr. Anyways I own Rebel Extravaganza but I don't remember hearing anything really impressive for bass. Then again I've only listened to it a couple of times, how stupid. Now I want to listen to that again. Supersonic Journey!
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Old 2004-04-20, 12:12
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cmon guys havent anyone out there heard Pukelization. that bassist can tear some shit up and it actually sticks out too. check em out if u havent already
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Old 2004-05-08, 02:13
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Of the top of my head..
Gorgasm (you can actually hear the bass, quite a good bass player)
Behemoth's bass player is fucking insane! Plays with fingers too
Alarum
Disgorge (US)
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Old 2004-06-03, 19:20
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Alex Webster, Steve Di Giorgio......there are quite few death metal bassists that play with their fingers.....actually....I know no black metal bassists that pick with their fingers......guess it's just too damn fast....
I saw John Myung from Dream Theater play a Napalm Death song...does that count? ...gues not...


B War from Marduk plays with his fingers.
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Old 2004-06-03, 19:22
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You mean Satyr? I think I've heard someone say Tyr once before. Are you just abbreviating or am I just wrong in thinking it's Satyr. Anyways I own Rebel Extravaganza but I don't remember hearing anything really impressive for bass. Then again I've only listened to it a couple of times, how stupid. Now I want to listen to that again. Supersonic Journey!


No, Tyr (real name Jan Erik) is an amazing bass player who uses a six string bass and uses the three finger picking approach...the way he uses his technique is very...smooth and odd to say the least. He accents certain notes to break that triplet feel, very, very good.
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Old 2004-06-11, 11:38
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I donīt know what has BEHEMOTH but all of they are like machines. They play really good.
And the DVD of CAnnibal, when the drummer(paul) starts to play the bass is very good too (heheheh).
But in the song frantic of all cannnibal are playing fucked offf
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Old 2004-06-15, 12:52
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For finger picking, I find accenting notes is extremely difficult. It's of course easy when you're playing moderate stuff, but when picking fast 32nd notes for example, I just can't seem to accent the first of every four or anything like that. You would think it would be easy for me because I use 4 fingers so every time it is the same finger that should be accenting, but I just can't control it well. I find it's even more difficult when you're picking quickly in groups of three notes.

Sorry about the digression, but I didn't think it was worth it to start a new thread just about accenting notes. Few would answer.
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