ITT god tier metal
idk death's first album was decent, i didnt really start digging them till spiritual healing, itp's production was horrible, then i kinda sour on them by symbolic, sop is atrocious in hindsight
Horrorscope was the album that got me into them, so I love it too, but this is imo their best one.
Already I am spotting niggas of mine
If you do not enjoy this album, you are truly a newfag to metal.
some underrated Black Sabbath
listened to Point Blank a while back. it did nothing for me. might have to give it a relisten.
its so hard to, the production is dry as fuck
malevolent creation are the fuckn shit
this is my favorite album
i remember my first time hearing focus. was so weird. was doing my laundry and decided to listen after it being so hyped to me. i imagined a bunch of speakeasy type dudes with curly short hair and goatees ha
still one of my favorites to this day
Guy you're replying to and a big Cynic fan as well.
I feel like Nailbomb is really good if you're into Sepultura, it's like groove metal mixed with some thrash mixed with some early 90's industrial like Godflesh. I thought the best part of the album was just the riffs I guess. My favorite song is '24 Hour Bullshit'
I don't care if it's considered NSBM, Graveland is awesome. Thousand Swords is amazing.
god no, production blew and the music was so boring
at least post a good one like mop or justice or load
>inb4 someone greentexts my inclusion of load
I do like Sepultura, especially Arise, but it was after listening to Point Blank that I developed an appreciation for them. Probably do have to give it a relisten, then.
Mastodon are so uninteresting. it's like saying queens of the stone age are a good are the best rock n roll band.
Opeth, Trivium, Mastodon are like listening to Korn, Coal Chamber and Ramstein in the 90s. Entry level bands that should give people an understanding of music, leading them onto discovering better music
>dubs dubs chekt
Yeah i felt the same way for about a minute, then I realized how retarded that is.
That Faceless record is pretty bad ass though
I've always felt that much of their post-Ozzy stuff is at least slightly underrated. Dio wasn't Ozzy, but Ozzy isn't Dio either. Sure some of the stuff from Dio's tenure gets radio play, but usually it's the stuff from the Ozzy years.
They did of course eventually get to a point where they should have called it quits though, or at least go on hiatus for a while.
op here agaiin
this thread is starting to seep god tier metal
Can never go wrong with van halen.
I think I like 2 more. It was the only one I could find in any of the local record stores when I was a teenager, and I pretty much wore my cassette out. It wasn't until the internet came along, and shit like Ebay, and streaming and filesharing became a thing that I got to listen to 1, and by that time I was an adult. It just didn't have the same impact on how my musical tastes evolved and matured as 2 did.
Not to say that it's not great. Had I had access to it back in the day, I probably would have trouble choosing between them.
you ultimate faglord, gtfo, stop baiting. go eat a load faggot.
>listen to this
>unironically think this is a good genre
>not looking like autists
neck yourself cunts
>muh satan fuck me in my ass
>muh feelings im alone no one understands me rararahhhh
>ROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO [throughout the whole song]
>gore=look mah im a baddass
>facepaints from cum
>skinny af jeans
>4. feel superior because you listen to shitty music nobody else listens to
also why metalfags are mostly the ones bullied in school and social outcasts lol
Fuck i love mercyful fate so much, favorite album hands down.
most of that applies to the shit tier entry level punk you love so much
good luck growing out the mohawk, you'll probably only have a year before you have to get a job and look presentable and have to worry about the real world, edgy faggot
lemme just finish this
Psst kid, it's possible to like both.
I was a huge metalhead as a young teenager. Somewhere along the way grunge got huge, and since most of my friends got into it, so did I. It's how I eventually got exposed to punk. Ever since I discovered it though, I've identified more as a punk than a metalhead, but I still like both.
gorguts is my shit!
>metal heads listen to this with their own free will
All these bands are average at best, not mention ST are a cross over band, not a punk band (metal fag)
No mention of Discharge or TSOL.
Go away and learn something.
You have a problem? Go elsewhere. Pop listeners are stupid fags, classical music listeners are condescending fags, rap boys are trying to stay "true to da hood" and are usually a little less stupid than pop fags and metalheads are usually the ones that actually know what are they listening to. I'm excluding emo/*core shit. Those guys need to grow the fuck up.
You figured it all out man, congrats.
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Jello was an utter genius at writing contemptutous social commentary/lyrics
I think this was the first album I ever bought. Sure, I had tapes and records before that, but it was shit my mom picked out--luckily she didn't have a completely horrible taste in music, though some of the hippie shit she liked(Joan Baez) was horrible. Appetite was the first one I chose to buy on my own. That was pre-parental advisory stickers too, because I was only like 11 or 12 at the time.
KISS brought more fear into American homes besides any metal band. Only band that caused that much hysteria before that was Elvis and Arthur Brown's Flying Circus. It might be stadium metal but KISS certainly scared parents more than any band you try to scare people with
i remember the first time i heard the Foreign Objects version of Disengage, thought they ruined it with "screamo" vocals. now i love this shit, Deron's really the entire reason i got into death metal
>takes more time to get ready to go out than a girl
>the amount of effort put into looking like dirty shit is astounding
>studs=look mah ima rebul
>muh anger im alone no one understands me
>gubmint is bad
>skinny af jeans
>feel superior because you listen to shitty music no one else listens to
>don't judge me you fucking asshoel
also why punks are mostly the ones ending up on drugs and social outcasts lol
I HAUNT THE MALLS AND THE BURGER KINGS
I AM HE GIVER OF PAIN
SPLITTING THE RUMPS OF THE WICKED
ONLY THE NIPPLES REMAIN
FROM YOUR HEAD YOUR EYES I PLUCK
GIVE YOU SAVAGE SOCKET FUCK
WITH MY WAND OF BLACK OBSIDIAN
END UP LIKE A BRANCH DAVIDIAN
One of their best
if you didnt like plastic surgery disasters/ingodwetrust im betting you didnt listen to it.
its punk rock gold.
literally a staple of hardcore.
neck yerself again cunt
Greatest music video ever
Cheesy as fuck, but i love it for being raw and gritty and not some flashy bullshit. Metal music videos shouldn't be a thing, but this is an exception.
partially resent these guys for the influx of core in the late 90's and 00's but even so, their first few albums are crushing
I don't know. I've always liked them ok, but they've never been my favorite. I don't think having listened to them changed my life or anything. I do have to be in the right mood to listen to them though, otherwise some of King Diamond's vocals can grate on my nerves.
I first heard of them due to one of those lame-ass satanic panic documentaries or whatever, that we had to watch at the Christian school I went to. I'd kind of like to go back and tell them that they were probably a large part of the reason I got into metal like I did, and discovered some of the bands that I listened to, but something tells me that they wouldn't understand or appreciate the irony.
dri because thrash is necessary
Black metal is great and all, but if there is a single band I'd choose as the soundtrack to Hell, it would be Hell Hammer. It's just such evil, vile, tortured music.
In my opinion the early Burzum is not as good as the atmospheric stuff like Filosofem:
I'm not going to defend the poor production of most black metal. I'd rather listen to well produced albums but I can still enjoy and respect Varg's work with Burzum.
Some great black metal from 2016 with better production:
Progressive > death metal
experimental, complex pseudo classical
Satan, gore, death, satan, gore, incomprehensible grunts, squeals whatever the fuck
Progressive > Death metal
complex, artistic, etc
blast beats start from finish
This 3-piece live on the other hand is fucking spot on.
No Finnish melo-death?
Listen to Be'lakor you faggots! They need more money so they can do an NA tour
Listening now. The first section of the first song reminds me heaps of neo-classical band Arcana. If you don't know them, check them out, I think you'll like them.
death metal fuckerz
I was actually one of the cool kids at school. It's just that I went to a Christian school, where being a cool kid wasn't something most of them aspired to be.
One of my favorite bands
They got better with each album. Is IV confirmed?
recently got into skeletonwitch
I don't know about the Urinals, but aside from the Germs, all of them were great. The Germs were too in their own way (Darby was actually a really good song writer), but between not knowing how to play their instruments, and Darby being too fucked up and incoherent live, it's easy to look at them and think they suck. Most people would probably still think they sucked, and that's understandable.
Prepare your assholes for the OG death metal band....
Crank it faggots.
I'd say that 'cool' is a very subjective word ITT. You're talking to the Beavis and Butthead crowd, bud. These asshats think metal(whatever derivative form) symbolizes rebellion or something. It's probably the most conservative form of modern music in that you have to look, sound and think within a very tight set of 'rules' to be considered 'part of the tribe'.
They're still very talented songwriters, but on the new stuff they'll do a rad riff then the next section will be some naff pop shit. Example - Cirice starts off sounding like Slayer, but descends into Linkin Park-esque balladry.
Hivemind here, anyone else ... Born of Osiris?
Wtf is wrong with you? Deaf people cry when you play this garbage.
are you forgetting their greatest musical achievement?
bro I swear to god this blew my mind because I've been listening to Death like crazy all week and literally right before I went on /b/ I was listening to their song Altering the future, and this is the first shit that came on. No Joke.
My fucking nigger. So fucking good for a death metal band with heavily Christian themes, and very underrated.
Posting some more I like
I think them being christian is completely irrelevant, but yeah.. morbid saint is killer though.
Melodic Death Metal from AUS
This band is crazy good, album is the best melodeath album in a decade
I'm mostly seeing old school death metal, which is great. Anyone been listening to death metal post-2000 recently though?
Anyone have great brutal death metal like Katalepsy?
They started out as a punk act, but America Must Be Destroyed was definitely metal. They kinda started to move away from metal for a long time, but today I'd say they are metal again. Oderus actually acknowledged that they got to a point where he wasn't for sure what the fuck they were doing exactly, but that the period was a bit silly.
I personally think they've always been awesome though. I don't mind that musicians might want to explore different styles or try something different. At one time I was a metalhead, and metal was all I wanted to give a chance. It was stupid though, and looking back, a bit boring. Fortunately that phase passed relatively quickly.
I just find it ironic. Death metal is often seen as being evil and Satanic, yet they completely go against that stereotype. I love it.
My kids first album. I'm a fan. Big show next Saturday in PDX.
one of the only "new school" death metal bands, though all of the members are basically all old school
The video I posted. Death are the only band that I have listened for about 6-7 years and I still am amazed by them and always find something new. Most of the bands I listen to usually come with the mood. Death is always welcome
fucking hell, a cky 2 video got me into this band
all the songs got to be on average 5-7 mins long, and with the way that chuck writes his songs in such a basic form, it makes for an extremely tiring experience
>to forgive is to suffer
>a 6 minute song
>only good for the last 30 seconds
Thrashzone was the first one of theirs I bought. Still one of my favorite albums of all time. Dirty Rotten LP though is still their best. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlinaPYZovY
Yes. Good one. I also like Dystopia.
>I was either not paying attention or nobody posted CC here
Motorhead really is overrated though. Lemmy was as fucking awesome and nice as people come, but almost all their stuff sounded like basically the same album over and over again.
I don't like metal, but this shit is stupid funny when ur stoned lol
op here, some really good shit here
more death because james murphy
Fucking love saint vitus.. this thread is heavily divided between good metal and just shit.
Anal Cunt could have been great. Fuckin' A was probably the closest they came to even trying to be good though. I'm glad they didn't though. What made them awesome was not giving a fuck, not taking themselves seriously, and basically doing it to have fun. Not everything in life has to be serious business.
Seriously, such a fucked up an entertaining band. Sucks i wont ever get to see them live, rip seth.
Don't rip on noise music
I'm not a christian, but back when I was a teen I did consider myself one. I took it very seriously actually, even though I was also a metalhead.
Anyway, I really have a distaste for Christian music in general. Not because the bands profess to be Christians, but because the whole idea of Christian metal, or Christian rap, or whatever is to promote the idea that Christians aren't, and shouldn't be a part of anything outside their own little bubble. Yet if that were the case then we wouldn't have Christian rock, we'd just have plain Christian music. I liked Mortification as a metal band. That they were Christians shouldn't have mattered.
Can't believe nobody's posted this yet
You'd probably like Grindcore, Crust, and Powerviolence. Grindcore and crust are often hard to distinguish from death metal musically, but thematically it can be quiet obvious. Powerviolence on the other hand was about divorcing itself from metal, and more about going back to it's hardcore roots.