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    Quote Originally Posted by IntrepidEsquire View Post
    I can name several bands that the 2nd one should be thanking because they are so much alike. The 1st one I think is just untalented screaming IMO.
    Yeah Holy Grail does have an 80's metal feel to it. Heavy metal like Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. They are definitely not the most unique but not a lot of bands take that approach to metal these days.




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    Quote Originally Posted by btbam View Post
    My nomination is the album Exoplanet by the the Contortionist.
    Great pick, Contact rocks.

    Most of the albums i was waiting for in 2010 ended up inferior to previous releases (Parkway Drive), so i cant really pick one, so ill go with Exoplanet as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuvian View Post
    Great pick, Contact rocks.

    Most of the albums i was waiting for in 2010 ended up inferior to previous releases (Parkway Drive), so i cant really pick one, so ill go with Exoplanet as well.
    Gotta rep Exoplanet. I went to highschool with most those dudes. only knew one real well, but bunch of cool guys who worked incredibly hard to play music.

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    Honestly 80's metal involves the most talent to play because of the steady riffs, catchy coruses, and depending on the band a rocking drum beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntrepidEsquire View Post
    Honestly 80's metal involves the most talent to play because of the steady riffs, catchy coruses, and depending on the band a rocking drum beat.

    i think steady would take less talent because its something they can repeate over and over again. Between the Buried and Me or Meshuggah play some of the most complicated complex metal songs ever. BTBAM specifically is highly complex and technical which requires incredible talent. Meshuggah has some ****ed up rhythmes but more people could grasp it.

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    The state of Metal these days depresses me. Most newer Metal is terrible and uninspired.

    Also, if you want to hear technical metal check out -- Psyopus and (older) Ion Dissonance.
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    never thought much of technical metal. I mean, technical is good when you consider bands like Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Eric Sardinas, etc etc but for metal, it definitely doesn't work for me. Reason being is there are way to many sweeps, a lot less melody hardly any thrash, the more technical the less thrash, never liked it much. It can actually get to the point where the band thinks they are player Technical metal but they are not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btbam View Post
    Gotta rep Exoplanet. I went to highschool with most those dudes. only knew one real well, but bunch of cool guys who worked incredibly hard to play music.
    Wow cool, i think i came across one of their songs through Born of Osiris, since a band member from all shall perish joined them.

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    ^ Speaking of Born of Osiris, their new album is pretty good as well.

    Also, I got the new Between the Buried and Me EP yesterday and, as expected, it is truly amazing. These guys just get better and better.


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    ROFL! here's one from Minnesota :X not to bad actually, I kind of enjoy listening to them, it seems odd but it's catching. Although I never heard of these guys a week ago pretty cool for speed if your into that stuff, I'm not but this one isn't that bad. The singing is odd but somehow fits the band.

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    http://mashable.com/2011/01/27/chocolate-rain-metal/ This was a totally random find. Everything is better with metal \,,/ After the vid ends, get Rick rolled, with METAL!
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    Everybody be on the look out for a dual release from the Metalist Man i know, Devin Townsend.

    Deconstruction is due out june 20th
    Ghost is out the following day, june 21st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R_Mac_1 View Post
    ^ Speaking of Born of Osiris, their new album is pretty good as well.

    Also, I got the new Between the Buried and Me EP yesterday and, as expected, it is truly amazing. These guys just get better and better.
    My favorite album from Between the buried in me is still colors, such an awesome music experience.

    BTBAM have one of the most unique styles in metal these days in my opinion.

    I liked the first 3 Born of Osiris albums more then the last one, maybe i need to give it another shot

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    I just went to see Rammstein last Friday; it was insane, best show ever... and I've been to many; if you ever get a chance then don't miss out or you'll regret it. Iron Maiden puts up a great show too, although they are more about the scenery while Rammstein is all about the pyrotechnics.

    Megadeth and Slayer were crazy too, lots of older metalheads but they kicked *** even more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeghtmare View Post
    I just went to see Rammstein last Friday; it was insane, best show ever... and I've been to many; if you ever get a chance then don't miss out or you'll regret it. Iron Maiden puts up a great show too, although they are more about the scenery while Rammstein is all about the pyrotechnics.

    Megadeth and Slayer were crazy too, lots of older metalheads but they kicked *** even more.
    Rammstein is so cheezy man. In other news, Opeth announced new album heritage to be released this September

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    Quote Originally Posted by btbam View Post
    Rammstein is so cheezy man. In other news, Opeth announced new album heritage to be released this September
    They might be cheesy, but dude go so 'em live. Cheesy my ***!

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    Quote Originally Posted by btbam View Post
    Rammstein is so cheezy man. In other news, Opeth announced new album heritage to be released this September
    You don't know what you are missing.
    Yes, they are not the greatest band ever, but they are far from cheesy and the show was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeghtmare View Post
    You don't know what you are missing.
    Yes, they are not the greatest band ever, but they are far from cheesy and the show was awesome.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdoggy View Post
    nice. i'd love to see Tool live. hopefully they release a new album and go on tour.

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    I've seen Rammstein live, and I wasn't impressed. Fire and other odd shenanigans like spraying fake cum out of a dildo don't make up for bad music. The same goes for Gwar. Silly gimmicks, bad music.

    Of course that's just my humble opinion. If others liked the show...great.

    On the subject of Tool, I've seen them on the Lateralus tour, and they were absolutely amazing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by R_Mac_1 View Post
    On the subject of Tool, I've seen them on the Lateralus tour, and they were absolutely amazing.
    I've seen Tool five times now - three times at their own gigs, and twice at festivals. They are midblowingly good live.

    I can't really recall anything from 2010 that really grabbed me, to be honest. This year's had a few damn good albums so far though, namely the new Cavalera Conspiracy and DevilDriver albums. Brutal as f**k. Although I can't say I'm impressed with The Haunted's new album. I've always preferred the albums they did with Dolving on vocals, but they haven't made a consistently good album since Revolver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozman79 View Post
    I've seen Tool five times now - three times at their own gigs, and twice at festivals. They are midblowingly good live.

    I can't really recall anything from 2010 that really grabbed me, to be honest. This year's had a few damn good albums so far though, namely the new Cavalera Conspiracy and DevilDriver albums. Brutal as f**k. Although I can't say I'm impressed with The Haunted's new album. I've always preferred the albums they did with Dolving on vocals, but they haven't made a consistently good album since Revolver.
    you should see some of there private shows, the ones where their band goes under a different name. I'm not talking about bands like puscifer or whatever. it's the same people just different. nothing really new, a lot of bands do that type of stuff.

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