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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzeleide View Post
    The technique Paert uses, if I remember correctly is 'Tintinnabulation'. I'm afraid I'm not too keen on the Cantus. An A minor scale repeated over and over again in different rhythms with a faux-Renaissance aesthetic is not appealing.

    I could do without the lecture on depression...
    I am in love with that piece. A good friend showed it to me a few months ago. And sorry if it seemed I was lecturing. It is a more in depth description on why they do it.
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    Well, I'm afraid to say that DSBM (and minimalism) is not my thing. But I still respect them.
    I'm more into thrash metal, death metal, progressive and trad metal.

    btw, If you haven't heard of them before; Vegg has introduced me to an awesome progressive black metal band called Ne Obliviscaris. They mix violin and clean vocals with harsh black metal.

    I think you all should check them out ; their music sounded very aggressive and beautiful to me. And I'm not much of a black metal fan.

    Here a link: Ne Obliviscaris - Tapestry Of The Starless Abstract
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    Metal has never been depressive or suicidal.

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    ^^^
    What do think of Ne Obliviscaris?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scum View Post
    Metal has never been depressive or suicidal.
    Until the early 90's when Funeral Doom, Gothic Doom, Ambient Black Metal began to emerge.
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    Any other Opeth fans here?
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    I never been into Oppy.
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    ^^ Check them out they belend jazz and neoclassical guitar with Death Metal.
    Btw, what are your favorite metal artists?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sam richards View Post
    thrash metal
    Term has no meaning.

    You mean speed metal.

    Try real thrash instead:

    More than retro thrash (DRI, COC, SOD) but a rebirth of the genre, this Texas band bash out short songs critical of society with humor and high energy. Let the mockery begin!

    Birth A.D. - Stillbirth of a Nation (2009)
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    I hate to tell you kids that Ildjarn has the depth of Blink 182.

    My problem with metal is that it's totally based off a pattern of perfect fifths and why do you think metal is structured differently from pop music? All the songs you've posted are basic chorus-verse song based.Sorry for breaking your bubbles but every time you start these threads you try to deny everything else with your own ignorance.

    Suicide depressive emo metal?
    Someone beating you up at school?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrrho360 View Post
    why do you think metal is structured differently from pop music?
    Please 2 try:

    Incantation - Onward to Golgotha
    Immolation - Here in After
    Demilich - Nespithe
    Burzum - Burzum/Aske
    Enslaved - Vikinglgr Veldi

    then ask again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conservationist View Post
    Please 2 try:

    Incantation - Onward to Golgotha
    Immolation - Here in After
    Demilich - Nespithe
    Burzum - Burzum/Aske
    Enslaved - Vikinglgr Veldi

    then ask again!
    Those bands play in standard song format.

    Demilich is more interesting then the others.
    Immolation is pretty basic along with burzum and enslaved.

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    I think most metalheads confund musical narrative with song narrative, all metal pieces I ever heard don't have any musical narrative whatsoever, relying in usual or slightly changed verse-chorus forms. All their narrative is in the text.

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    Although I enjoy Burzum, his music is pretty simple and basic. Really it has no more complexity than Blink 182.

    The complex bands are
    Meshuggah
    Opeth
    Cynic

    Most black metal is the deevolution of metal.

    Black metal is to metal what Minimalism is to classical.

    Quote Originally Posted by bdelykleon
    I think most metalheads confund musical narrative with song narrative, all metal pieces I ever heard don't have any musical narrative whatsoever, relying in usual or slightly changed verse-chorus forms. All their narrative is in the text.
    Mostly true, neoclassical metal and symphonic metal is the exception however.

    Btw bdely, listen to it and tell me your opinion. Please listen to it fully atleast 3 times.
    Ne Oblisviscaris - Tapestry of the starless abstract.

    The band is Ne Obliviscaris, they fuse Jazz, Flamenco, Classical, Techicnal Death Metal and avant-garde with Black metal. This song has musical narration and is split into three sections
    I'll post an analysis afterwards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sam richards View Post
    Although I enjoy Burzum, his music is pretty simple and basic.
    You're confusing individual parts being easy to play with a song composed as a whole.
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