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Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by crookedsparrow, May 21, 2015.
I missed this. Make sure you don't.
Sorry if it’s been posted previously!
Oranssi Pazuzu's Muukalainen Puhuu on grey vinyl is 8.06 Euros on this website for those interested.
Proof too much good music is coming out. This dropped on my birthday last year. More on the desert/stoney side for what it’s worth.
Some fantastic old school thrash with interesting vocals that im digging a ton.
Some more brutal stuff that released at the tail end of last year.
The beginnings of the battle vest after 2 nights of sewing:
3.5 down, like 10 more to go!
I'm just now realizing how crooked these are, lol.
Ladies and Gentlemen: METALLICA
Chilled-out Finnish Folk/Black that I'm digging pretty hard.
@Tyr IIRC you like the folkier stuff, right?
Trujillo looks weird with a Rickenbacker...
Cool set, though. Would have loved to have been there for the whole shindig.
Yes, indeed, I do! Thanks for the tag. I'll check it out when I have a moment.
Want some riffalicious straight forward, classic thrashy death metal? This did it for me today (full album released today on streaming, etc.):
RIP Brett Hoffmann
Sleep is playing a few hours from me on 4/20. I just had to say that out loud where it would be properly appreciated.
Hope you get to go and enjoy!
Thanks! And yes, I intend to!
O.R.k. - Ramagehead
On Ramagehead, the line-up of LEF (lead vocals), King Crimson's Pat Mastelotto, Porcupine Tree's Colin Edwin, and Carmelo Pipitone is joined by extra special guest Serj Tankian (System of a Down) on the song Black Blooms.
A product of the band’s collective vision, unique influences and a multi-layered reflection of their powerful and engaging live experience, the album contains all the ingredients of a fiery O.R.k. performance with dark and heavy riffing, mesmeric atmospheres and politically motivated lyrics.
Mixed by Adrian Benavides and three-time Grammy-winning engineer Marc Urselli (U2, Foo Fighters, Nick Cave), and mastered by Michael Fossenkemper, the engineering was by Benavides and Bill Munyon. The cover art comes courtesy of Adam Jones (TOOL).
Don't know what to make out of it yet, but listen for yourself.
I got really excited when I saw the list of players but this isn’t doing it for me at all.
Thanks for posting it, though!
Exactly my thoughts.
Big Torche vibes for those into that sort of thing:
Some great hardcore/trash crossover, wouldn't be my wheelhouse but I enjoyed this a lot