davidmrodriguez

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  • subatomicdreams

    Hello, David. I notice that our musical compatibility is very high. So, this is a friendly invitation to listen to Subatomic Dreams with full-length track available.

    10 sep 2012 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    bro: give a few listens to 'decline of the west' by holy sons. this is some deep shit, my friend. truly.

    20 jul 2012 Svara
  • CuteRedHood

    <3

    6 feb 2012 Svara
  • IreneDecay

    happy 2-12

    1 jan 2012 Svara
  • IreneDecay

    hi

    1 jan 2012 Svara
  • garretlittler

    o iight it's james ferraro ima be all over this

    14 dec 2011 Svara
  • garretlittler

    ayo, can you explain to me what Bebetunes is

    14 dec 2011 Svara
  • Smackrobiotic

    'Existential Sphinx' is up on the KiNGS blog.

    13 sep 2011 Svara
  • quitebuttery

    greatest show ever.

    1 sep 2011 Svara
  • Carmalain7

    True Widow is amazing. Thank you for bringing them to my attention before i see them live with Boris because now i will have a better knowledge base to base my comprehension of their amazingness off of when i do see them. You're the man.

    6 aug 2011 Svara
  • Carmalain7

    Siegel's the man and covered about everything i could possibly say, but i would like to expand your listening list just a tad. Along with Krallice, Wolves in the Trone Room, and Lurker of Chalice - you really need to check out Cobalt and Panopticon - both of which are quite dark and perfectly encapsulate many of the "classic" black metal elements in their music and are generally the most accepted Black Metal bands from the American scene by hard-core traditional black metal fans - and you also need to be sure to check out Caïna and Agalloch - both of whom mix in many different elements of other subgenres, a predominant one both share is post-rock, into their music and create some of the best music rooted in black metal of anyone. (And if you find yourself enjoying the genre at all: Altar of Plagues, Fen, Ikuinen Kaamos, and Kathaarsys are also some of my all time favorites of the sub-genre and are all quite mind-blowingly good listens.

    19 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    and that's about it man. i wasted a good amount of time plumbing the depths of the black metal underground, and it really wasn't worth it in the slightest, but when bm is good, it can be extraordinary. (ironically, despite the solitary, misanthropic image that's played up, most of the bands that are actually worthwhile are in fact quite popular, successful, and normal.) thanks for letting me talk about black metal, and sorry for dominating your shoutbox haha

    16 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    forgot to say that all of the three ruins of beverast albums are great. and i'll wrap this up with the american stuff. the centerpiece, in my opinion, is this fellow who goes by 'wrest'; he has two bands, lurker of chalice and leviathan. the lurker of chalice s/t is probably the most depressing album i've ever heard, and is one of the very few (maybe only) usbm masterpieces. leviathan is partly more loc recordings under a different moniker bc of label issues, but those albums are all worth checking out. moving on, krallice is similar to liturgy i think, pretty avant-garde i guess, nachtmystium are another big one, haven't heard that much of them, uh, wolves in the throne room are popular but honestly they put me to sleep, weakling is another big one. you should really check out velvet cacoon, not so much for the music (though 'genevieve' is quite good) as for the fact that they basically 'trolled' the whole bm community over a number of years, fascinating story actually

    16 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    okay, finishing off the best of europe, bear with me: urfaust, from netherlands, are fascinatingly enigmatic. basically two rural dutch dudes who get drunk and record music in one take under 'ritual conditions'. sounds like a gimmicky mess, but they've made some of the most stirring sounds i've ever heard. the vocals, kind of like an intoxicated opera singer? are just surreal. check out 'geist ist teufel' and if you can dig it (the phrase 'acquired taste' would be an understatement here), then all of their stuff is worth hearing. and a couple one-man german bands: the ruins of beverast has an ominous, plodding, toilsome feel, interspersed with moments of transcendent bliss. exhausting and enlightening. and *great* lyrics/song titles. and lastly coldworld, whose 'melancholie''' album, with its meticulously immaculate compositions, sounds like bach making a black metal album (in a tasteful way, though; not overwrought)

    16 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    okay. couple sweet eastern european bands. drudkh (don't even try saying it out loud) are ukranian (woohoo) and, like alcest, can be suprisingly pleasant and colorful. check out 'autumn aurora'. negura bunget are from romania, and i guess their music sounds appropriately 'transylvanian'. their album 'om' is probably the most acclaimed bm album of the last ten years or so, and 'n crugu' and 'virstele' are also great. okay, a couple british bands real quick: akercocke are technically blackened death metal, but their album 'words that go unspoken, deeds that go undone' is an unheralded masterpiece. and if you want to hear something seriously depraved, listen to anything by the axis of perdition.

    16 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    i'll write some more when i get back from work

    15 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    france is next: they had a scene that developed at the same time as norway's called 'les legiones noire' or something, and it is even crappier than early norway. but there are (at least) 3 remarkable modern french bm bands. blut aus nord switch between a more traditional style and a kind of industrial-tinged bm, and i'd recommend 'memoria vetusta I', 'the work which transforms god', 'odinist' and the newest one '777 sect(s)'. deathspell omega are roughly similar to BaN, with more of an emphasis on sounding 'evil', but they pull it off well. recommend 'fas-ite', 'si monumentum' and 'paracletus'. both of those bands have a knack for bizarre, hypnotic, dissonant melodies. lastly, alcest is probably the most accessible bm band around, hardly any screams or dissonance and arguably more similar to shoegaze or post-rock than bm, and it feels kind of warm and nostalgic, somehow. 'souvenirs' is essential, 'ecailles de lune' isn't quite as striking, but its last song is impossibly good.

    15 jun 2011 Svara
  • siegelandrew

    ok, first things first: old-school, 'true norwegian black metal' is almost uniformly disappointing. don't even waste your time with mayhem or burzum, and darkthrone is respectable but too primitive to be interesting. the only real winners from the murder/church-burning gang are emperor, their 'in the nightside eclipse' is genuinely awesome while still being authentic enough for the purists. and i'd say the only other really essential early norwegian bands are ulver and enslaved, who both have matured greatly over the years; enslaved are one of the only bands who could call their music 'psychedelic/experimental black metal' without pretension, and i'd check out 'below the lights', 'isa', and 'vertebrae' first. and ulver made a couple sick bm albums and then evolved into a dark ambient/electronic project, and both periods are awesome. recommend 'bergtatt' and especially 'a quick fix of melancholy ep' to start.

    15 jun 2011 Svara
  • OliOliOxenFree

    I SEE THAT SOMETIMES YOU LISTEN TO OLI OLI OXEN FREE, MAYBE YOUD LIKE HIS NEW RELEASE? http://www.last.fm/music/Oli+Oli+Oxen+Free/Bedroom+Recordings+Vol.+1

    15 jun 2011 Svara
  • AvidNobody

    You're my #1 neighbor, had to add ya.

    29 apr 2011 Svara
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