I know this is obvious b8 but ...someone who thinks meshuggah is mallcore, they are missing out on some very good music
You disgusting societal dregs posting mediocre musicians hooting and hollering like tribals and acting like we should enjoy it.
>Demographics =/= genre
Meshuggah is too heavy and real to be mallcore. Meshuggah is extreme djent and highly progressive death and thrash metal, incomparable with average extrememetal acts.
You can almost smell the Axe Body Spray, ass odor, and vape smoke.
I take it you prefer the brainless "rappers" or the hillbilly "fuck my sister in muh pickermerupper truck" "music".
Impetuous ritual blight upon martyred sentience
>I take it you prefer the brainless "rappers" or the hillbilly "fuck my sister in muh pickermerupper truck" "music".
You captured me so well!
Continue doing portraits and sell them for massive profit then finally leave your mom's basement (:
>You captured me so well!
>Continue doing portraits and sell them for massive profit then finally leave your mom's basement (:
Lol just because you don't understand it doesn't make it trash. Also I wouldn't wanna see them live anyway unless they had the entire setup with them like with the classical conspiracy and retrospect
>u like don't understand them mannnnn
You are a literal waste of fucking oxygen.
I've been watching /b/ for a while til metal threads became popular. I helped push these threads a while ago to boost their popularity and see if /b/ was into it.
Glad you guys dig some good shit.
All I gotta say is while this is my favorite music ever, I'm really depressed how dead the metal scene is. This was my music of passion full of energy, technicality, and meaningful lyrics and a tone of rebelliousness. and now there's barely any shows, and most of the people I know are listening to simplistic, dumbed down music, or a new genre. Worse is the amount of people getting into this shitty new modern rap about Xanax and Lean.
Where is the golden renaissance moment for metal? It's not dead, but it's not alive and bangin either.
I think 'modern music' has become more of a visual media than an audible one. Sounds weird but let me explain. An artist in this day and age simply cannot release a single without a multi million dollar professionally filmed music video, and this one single carries the entire album. It dawned in me that the average metal album is anywhere from id say about 9 to 13 songs. While you're average pop /rap/trap etc record has anywhere from 10 to 20 songs and 80%of them get no radio time whatsoever. Those tied to a music video with tits arses and cash flashing on the screen gathers more attention and everything else the artist produces is irrelevant.
It is crony capitalism to the utter maximum in the music industry, full of kids who have never played an instrument and dumbed down poppy hype music. everything now a days is just about hype, not about long-term survival. maybe this era of music will be remembered as the forgot era of garbage.
half of music nowadays is "omg i get high on hard drugs"
thrash, death, and black.
no way. i've been going to shows for almost 15 years and they are not the same at all. the amount of quality releases being put out is less and less from less artists too.
Well, i saw my first concert in 1999. And I don't really listen to those varieties of metal anymore. But stoner, doom, noise... heavy music is better than ever. I've already went to a dozen dynamite shows this year alone.
It's typically agreed that Tool is alternative metal, i still think its more grunge but fuck man, the undertow album is the shit.
Also gay shit
Lame band, Crust era Neurosis was better
Solid, not the best MA album