Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by aisling » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:11 am

Tone Deft wrote: they play a lot up where aisling is, I suspect he has a few stories.

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http://www.myspace.com/666possessed
Gives a little background mentioning larry with possessed.....

I lived in the East coast until the late 90's......saw them in philly though!
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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by Tone Deft » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:29 am

interesting bio.
"It was musically the most advanced thing that Possessed had done, but the trademark satanism was almost completely absent on the EP."
...and then 3 of the 4 band members quit. :lol:

ThrowAway wrote: :twisted: Im the most metal person I have ever met. :twisted:
best use of :twisted: ever.

are you THIS metal?
Image
find the metalhead.
In my life
Why do I smile
At people who I'd much rather kick in the eye?
-Moz

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by aisling » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:36 am

Tone Deft wrote:interesting bio.
"It was musically the most advanced thing that Possessed had done, but the trademark satanism was almost completely absent on the EP."
...and then 3 of the 4 band members quit. :lol:

find the metalhead.
The dud with the long hair looks like a cock rocker...not a metal head. I am going with one of the babies.....
Possessed sucked sour donkey dick.....venom was even better (and we all know how horrible they were)
I really respected Larry's shift away from metal, I went through a similar revelation where metal with all its power, intensity and musicianship, still left me wanting to explore other styles of music.
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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by Machinesworking » Sat Jun 06, 2009 2:55 am

aisling wrote: See I was bred on slayer, megadeth (up to peace sells) exodus, anthrax, destruction, celtic frost, kreator, motorhead, metalica (pre cock rock era), mercyful fate, dri, sod, nuclear assult, suicidal......

The newer metal just seemed like recycled of what I had already known.....Yes pantera rocked, primus and tool were beyond metal (I felt). I flirted with some deicide, morbid angel, upside down cross, agony column and bolt thrower..... Just seemed like I needed "new music". And besides all the cute girls were definitely not into metal back then.....
Silverchair........ :roll:
Try Meshugah. Those guys are insane. I definitely would have a hard time comparing them to other metal acts, unless I got lazy and said the singer yells, and the guitars are chunky distorted all the time. There's plenty of good new metal, just like every genre, there's also a ton of almost good, talented stuff that doesn't grab you.

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by Darwinist » Sat Jun 06, 2009 3:22 am

Machinesworking wrote: Try Meshugah. Those guys are insane. I definitely would have a hard time comparing them to other metal acts, unless I got lazy and said the singer yells, and the guitars are chunky distorted all the time. There's plenty of good new metal, just like every genre, there's also a ton of almost good, talented stuff that doesn't grab you.

Meshuggah are indeed insane. Poly rhythmic 8-string madness. Another massively talented bunch of guys expanding the boundaries of metal in my opinion are Cephalic Carnage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_zEAs7_nPM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM1yhU0dBFM
See I was bred on slayer, megadeth (up to peace sells) exodus, anthrax, destruction, celtic frost, kreator, motorhead, metalica (pre cock rock era), mercyful fate, dri, sod, nuclear assult, suicidal......
Sounds like CC should be right up your alley. Some of the greatest riffage ever recorded.

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by ethios4 » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:50 pm

Finding my brother's 'Ride the Lightning' tape when I was 13 was a life-changing experience.

Some of my fave metal :
Metallica (first 4 + death magnetic)
Death
Slayer (up through Divine Intervention)
Morbid Angel
Samael (up through Passage)
Carcass
Danzig/Samhain
Godflesh
Bathory (Hammerheart is awesome!)
Tiamat (Just discovered Wildhoney recently = awesome!)


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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by aisling » Sat Jun 06, 2009 4:26 pm

Machinesworking wrote:
aisling wrote: See I was bred on slayer, megadeth (up to peace sells) exodus, anthrax, destruction, celtic frost, kreator, motorhead, metalica (pre cock rock era), mercyful fate, dri, sod, nuclear assult, suicidal......

The newer metal just seemed like recycled of what I had already known.....Yes pantera rocked, primus and tool were beyond metal (I felt). I flirted with some deicide, morbid angel, upside down cross, agony column and bolt thrower..... Just seemed like I needed "new music". And besides all the cute girls were definitely not into metal back then.....
Silverchair........ :roll:
Try Meshugah. Those guys are insane. I definitely would have a hard time comparing them to other metal acts, unless I got lazy and said the singer yells, and the guitars are chunky distorted all the time. There's plenty of good new metal, just like every genre, there's also a ton of almost good, talented stuff that doesn't grab you.
I have heard of Meshugah before, and what I have seen on you tube is quite amazing.
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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by bosonHavoc » Sat Jun 06, 2009 6:47 pm

Darwinist wrote:

Meshuggah are indeed insane. Poly rhythmic 8-string madness. Another massively talented bunch of guys expanding the boundaries of metal in my opinion are Cephalic Carnage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_zEAs7_nPM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM1yhU0dBFM
aarrrrrrffggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh waaa
my inner guitarist is screaming to go chunk a de chunk and rip some warp speed leads
my inner bass player just wants stick my head into the kick drum and pluck away.
my inner drummer is like lol i can't play that shit but it sounds siiiicck

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by aisling » Sat Jun 06, 2009 6:59 pm

bosonHavoc wrote:
Darwinist wrote:

Meshuggah are indeed insane. Poly rhythmic 8-string madness. Another massively talented bunch of guys expanding the boundaries of metal in my opinion are Cephalic Carnage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_zEAs7_nPM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM1yhU0dBFM
aarrrrrrffggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh waaa
my inner guitarist is screaming to go chunk a de chunk and rip some warp speed leads
my inner bass player just wants stick my head into the kick drum and pluck away.
my inner drummer is like lol i can't play that shit but it sounds siiiicck
:D My inner james brown is like" make it funky".........
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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by bosonHavoc » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:01 pm

aisling wrote:
bosonHavoc wrote:
Darwinist wrote:

Meshuggah are indeed insane. Poly rhythmic 8-string madness. Another massively talented bunch of guys expanding the boundaries of metal in my opinion are Cephalic Carnage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_zEAs7_nPM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM1yhU0dBFM
aarrrrrrffggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh waaa
my inner guitarist is screaming to go chunk a de chunk and rip some warp speed leads
my inner bass player just wants stick my head into the kick drum and pluck away.
my inner drummer is like lol i can't play that shit but it sounds siiiicck
:D My inner james brown is like" make it funky".........
o shit you just reminded me of some violent and funky goodness!!!

helll yaaaa!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7-0yatN1gc the Infectious Grooves!!!!!!!!

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by aisling » Sat Jun 06, 2009 8:29 pm

bosonHavoc wrote: o shit you just reminded me of some violent and funky goodness!!!

helll yaaaa!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7-0yatN1gc the Infectious Grooves!!!!!!!!
smoking. 8)
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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by ThrowAway » Sun Jun 07, 2009 3:17 am

Tone Deft wrote:ThrowAway - we need video of you singing the D at karoake. my faith in humanity and metal is restored. you know how it is, too many people really don't get it with metal.


that Sepultura video is amazing!!

We spent too much time at some lame country bar riding the mechanical bull. I got laid today so I cant complain. maybe next week.

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by ThrowAway » Sun Jun 07, 2009 3:19 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp0OUnQiMW8 Mistfits-this gets me pumped.

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Re: Metal, continued from the geezer hippy music thread

Post by bosonHavoc » Sun Jun 07, 2009 3:25 am

that classical thread made me think of Sleepy time Gorilla Museum

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELyco68w5ks

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