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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzeleide View Post
    Forms of classical have pretty similar structures? How so? You admitted a while back that you have an extremely limited knowledge about music (read: 'theory').


    http://www.talkclassical.com/39048-post175.html

    So please, point out to me the specific similarities between sonatas, rondos, isorhythmic motets, arch-form movements, block-form movements, either between themselves or similar to any metal piece.
    I have started taking a music course at my school. and listening to it more, has helped me learn about it. Also have started taking violin lessons. Don't rely on posts from ages ago I find it suprising you even went through the trouble to find it.


    Back to the DSBM discussion, I never really liked Mutiilation, I don't know why, they are just a little boring to me. Plenty of DSBM listeners would disagree with me though.

    I also forgot to add Trist, they are incredibly simple, but have produced some of the most depressive black metal I have heard.
    "When I open my eyes I must sigh, for what I see is contrary to my religion, and I must despise the world which does not know that music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy." - Ludwig van Beethoven

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    enter another metalhead....

    I am more into power and melodic metal. most of band posted here are not familiar to me. the last famous thread give me a lot of nice video i never know before so I looking forward for this thread.

    my latest installment on metal are :

    hammerfall - no sacrifice no victory,new album after stefen elgram era.
    impellitteri - wicked maiden, bob rock and impellitteri is back
    vision divince - 9 degree west to the moon

    and found a nice side project album by nightwish's guitarist

    brother firehood - heart full of fire, this is an aor keyboard orientated album which is veryyyyy goood.

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    I used to be a huge Hammerfall fan. I remember those days - listening to Regenade or Legacy of Kings four times per day. However, they don't hold my interest for more than 5-6 minutes anymore.

    I never really liked Mutiilation, I don't know why, they are just a little boring to me.
    It took me two listens to appreciate the album I mentioned, however, I have found a lot of superior black metal. Try to get into Ildjarn instead:

    Natt og take

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    Children of Bodom anyone?

    Basically I love the neoclassical metal and melodic death metal genres.
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    I was in a Black/Thrash Technical Death Metal band 3 years ago, but no recordings were made. Lately I've been composing Symphonic Depressive Funeral Black/Drone Doom Metal in the veins of Shape of despair, Forgotten Tomb, Doom VS, Nyktalgia, Nortt, Sun O))), Thy Light, and many others.

    I've been listening to this Shoegaze Post Punk Black Metal movement lately (since 2008), like Heretoir, Liam, Alcest, Amesoeurs, Les Discrets, and many others.

    Do not get confused with Post Rock Metal like Jesu, Russian Circles and Life Lover.

    What do you guys think about Symphonic Metal?

    Best albums in the genre so far ( according to me)

    Deggial - Therion
    Dawn of Victory - Rhapsody.

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    BTW, Which Mutilation are you guys talking about?

    PS: Viking Metal is my favorite metal genre.

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    Pop = popular
    but it could also mean Teen Contemporary Music.

    Not all metal is popular. Popular genres of metal:

    Heavy, Power, Thrash, Speed, Celtic, Symphonic Black, Black, Death, Doom (the most popular), NWOBHMM, and Industrial Gothic.

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    Avant-garde Metal (Blut Aus Nord)
    Post Rock Metal (Jesu, Lifelover)
    Shoegazer Metal (Heretoir, Alcest)
    Post Punk Metal (Amesoeurs)
    Viking Metal (Heidevolk, Thryfing)
    Noise Metal ( Hairdrain)
    Drone Metal (Sun O:
    DSBM
    Grindcore?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by MEDIEVAL MIAMI View Post
    Symphonic Depressive Funeral Black/Drone Doom Metal in the veins of Shape of despair, Forgotten Tomb, Doom VS, Nyktalgia, Nortt, Sun O))), Thy Light, and many others
    Lol. Jks..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bach View Post
    Lol. Jks..
    What are you laughing about? This is the best metal genre together with trve kvlt necro evil hateful black metal out of the frostbitten grim forests of northern darkness, dragon saga mighty warrior princess ring bard ancient epic emocore metal and neoclassical shred mohommad suicmez theory arpeggio death brutal solo guitar grindcore powerful energetic energy thrash heavy hardcore rock technical technique doom metal.
    Last edited by Krummhorn; May-11-2009 at 06:41.

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    Don't forget to add thrash to the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bach
    Lol. Jks..
    Quote Originally Posted by Aramis View Post
    What are you laughing about? This is the best metal genre together with trve kvlt necro evil hateful black metal out of the frostbitten grim forests of northern darkness, dragon saga mighty warrior princess ring bard ancient epic emocore metal and neoclassical shred mohommad suicmez theory arpeggio death brutal solo guitar grindcore powerful energetic energy thrash heavy hardcore rock technical technique doom metal.
    Please don't post on this thread if you have nothing to contribute. We are having a positive discussion here; it's not a free-for-all bash like the previous thread.
    Last edited by Krummhorn; May-11-2009 at 06:41.
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    Guys, I wanted to share these bands with you:

    Death Aura.
    Ambient/Depressive Black Metal from Greece
    http://www.myspace.com/auraofdeath

    Woods oF Infinity
    Gypsy Black Metal from Sweden
    http://www.myspace.com/woodsofinfinitybm

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    I found this depressive black metal band I cannot get enough of. They are called Deep-Pression. Incredibly emotional stuff. Full of pain, and misery. As a person who has clinical depression himself, this music translates the emotions you have when you are depressed incredibly well.

    I Walk Life In Depression
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4mSg...eature=related

    Pain is Everywhere
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KWiwO...eature=related
    "When I open my eyes I must sigh, for what I see is contrary to my religion, and I must despise the world which does not know that music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy." - Ludwig van Beethoven

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    I never considered them DSBM.

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