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Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



x TOMMYBOY x posted:

Hahahah holy poo poo that song is sick
lyrics are funny as gently caress

Heh, yeah

BITCH YOU'RE DEAD


On a related note, the related videos have a We are the End song there too. I don't really listen to them anymore, but when I did I thought they were pretty good for another generic-ish deathcore band.

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krustster
Mar 26, 2007

But I hope you leave enough room for my fist, because I'm going to ram it into your stomach!!!

Traitorous Leopard posted:

Just found out about these guys yesterday, but I'm kinda liking Thy Art is Murder. They're a pretty generic deathcore band, but I enjoy their sound.

Here's what I guess is their most popular song atm - Whore to a Chainsaw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRLCAcZHUV4

Yes, very good band for only having an EP or whatever. I gotta say though that "Parasitic Autopsy" is my favorite- "you are the ugliest motherfucker I ever did see!" *blastbeat tapes*

emdash
Oct 19, 2003

and?


Tiny snippet of a new Dillinger song here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFL4La0Jt9E sounds awesome!

A second track from the new Every Time I Die album has emerged, as well: http://www.myspace.com/everytimeidie

Finally, a new Converge track on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/converge

Henrik Zetterberg
Dec 7, 2007



edit: christ, wrong thread by a mile

Eight Is Legend
Jan 2, 2008


TheQat posted:

Tiny snippet of a new Dillinger song here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFL4La0Jt9E sounds awesome!

A second track from the new Every Time I Die album has emerged, as well: http://www.myspace.com/everytimeidie

Finally, a new Converge track on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/converge

The new ETID song is awesome.

emdash
Oct 19, 2003

and?


Eight Is Legend posted:

The new ETID song is awesome.

I agree. Their songwriting seems to suit me more with every album they release, though it's tough to decide between Gutter Phenomenon and The Big Dirty

Casey Chaos
Jul 31, 2006

I'm slogging SSF4

Just finished mixing a demo with my new band which I suppose could be classed as hard/deathcore (drums here). Probably for fans of Architects/Surfaces etc. I'd greatly appreciate some feedback from people who've been listening to the genre longer than I! Apologise about the crappy hosting but it's better than a myspace link

http://rapidshare.de/files/48158369...isease.mp3.html

Casey Chaos fucked around with this message at Aug 19, 2009 around 21:57

Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



Casey Chaos posted:

Just finished mixing a demo with my new band which I suppose could be classed as hard/deathcore (drums here). Probably for fans of Architects/Surfaces etc. I'd greatly appreciate some feedback from people who've been listening to the genre longer than I! Apologise about the crappy hosting but it's better than a myspace link

http://rapidshare.de/files/48158369...isease.mp3.html

That song has a very hardcore vibe to it - no gutturals/bree's so it's not deathcore. The playing is nice, but it's just not exactly my cup of tea

Edit: On an unrelated note, I just found this song today as well Attila - Soda in the Water Cup (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihw7EPYIM1Q). The first thirty seconds kick rear end, why don't more bands do the whole speedy-talking thing

slut-butt

Traitorous Leopard fucked around with this message at Aug 20, 2009 around 00:40

MetaKaiser
Jun 2, 2006
It's evolution, baby

Traitorous Leopard posted:

That song has a very hardcore vibe to it - no gutturals/bree's so it's not deathcore. The playing is nice, but it's just not exactly my cup of tea

Edit: On an unrelated note, I just found this song today as well Attila - Soda in the Water Cup (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihw7EPYIM1Q). The first thirty seconds kick rear end, why don't more bands do the whole speedy-talking thing

slut-butt

Hahaha holy poo poo! The gang yell (I'm a sucker for them or something) at the beginning and the "Ha, hahaha!" sold me completely. Good poo poo.

To contribute: Divide the Sky is a pretty sick band from around my area. They just recently got back from recording this album, I believe. Anyway, the song is Epiphanies and it's sick. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bsnaLS6Kp8

x TOMMYBOY x
Jan 15, 2008

by angerbeet


hahahahha yeah that song is great.

Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



MetaKaiser posted:

Hahaha holy poo poo! The gang yell (I'm a sucker for them or something) at the beginning and the "Ha, hahaha!" sold me completely. Good poo poo.

To contribute: Divide the Sky is a pretty sick band from around my area. They just recently got back from recording this album, I believe. Anyway, the song is Epiphanies and it's sick. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bsnaLS6Kp8

That song is loving awesome. The melodic parts were very well done.

Casey Chaos
Jul 31, 2006

I'm slogging SSF4

Traitorous Leopard posted:

That song has a very hardcore vibe to it - no gutturals/bree's so it's not deathcore. The playing is nice, but it's just not exactly my cup of tea

Always good to learn what genre I'm actually playing, I'll poke around the hardcore thread cheers!

Spiral
Dec 20, 2003



hahaha that new converge song loving sucks, so does the ETID as well actually. Someone needs to tell Keith to stop trying to loving sing.

Uncle Boogeyman
Jul 22, 2007



New Converge kicks loving rear end. God I can't wait for that album.

coldo
Nov 15, 2007


Hey so my friend plays in a metal band Acerose, in RI, voted Best Loud act in the Providence Pheonix, http://thephoenix.com/BMP/Providence/2009/LoudAct/

Heres a link to their myspace, they are headlining Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in September.

Check em out, http://www.myspace.com/acerose

Wamsutta
Sep 9, 2001

We go hard.


There's a new ETID coming?! Oh I am so glad I saw this thread. I loving love ETID, The Big Dirty is one of my favorite albums (as is Hot drat! Gutter Phenomenon and Last Night In town are good too)

Also, I just got around to listening to the new It Dies Today, Lividity. I REALLY like it. I loved the gently caress out of The Caitiff choir in 04, and then got into their 3-track demo (lost during a harddrive malfunction, FML) and their 6-track EP (purchased original at a show). Sirens was god awful. Lividity has a ton of heavy riffing and vocals and reminds me a lot of The Caitiff Choir.

x TOMMYBOY x
Jan 15, 2008

by angerbeet


I really like the new Converge, can't say the same for ETID. I really have never been able to get into them, though

x TOMMYBOY x
Jan 15, 2008

by angerbeet


these guys are hardly metalcore but they come out of Boston and have some hardcore influence in their sound so i thought i would share them:

http://www.myspace.com/badrabbitsband

-Atom-
Sep 13, 2003

Contrarian Dick

Bad At Everything


Wamsutta posted:

Also, I just got around to listening to the new It Dies Today, Lividity. I REALLY like it. I loved the gently caress out of The Caitiff choir in 04, and then got into their 3-track demo (lost during a harddrive malfunction, FML) and their 6-track EP (purchased original at a show). Sirens was god awful. Lividity has a ton of heavy riffing and vocals and reminds me a lot of The Caitiff Choir.

I've only listened to Lividity once, and it was difficult to get through. I was incredibly excited when they did a teaser for Thank You for Drinking but after one spin of the album I was left wondering why nothing resonated with me. Although the skit at the end of the last track was good and I still listen to it about once a week.

I absolutely stand by that Forever Scorned (not the re-issue) is an incredible piece of work. The Caitiff Choir was also great, but I still kind of liked a little of Sirens. I'll need to listen to the new album again I think.

-Atom- fucked around with this message at Aug 20, 2009 around 22:39

-Atom-
Sep 13, 2003

Contrarian Dick

Bad At Everything


hosed up an edit!

Wamsutta
Sep 9, 2001

We go hard.


-Atom- posted:

I've only listened to Lividity once, and it was difficult to get through. I was incredibly excited when they did a teaser for Thank You for Drinking but after one spin of the album I was left wondering why nothing resonated with me. Although the skit at the end of the last track was good and I still listen to it about once a week.

I absolutely stand by that Forever Scorned (not the re-issue) is an incredible piece of work. The Caitiff Choir was also great, but I still kind of liked a little of Sirens. I'll need to listen to the new album again I think.

Forever Scored (the original; the re-issue is horrible in every single fashion) is amazing and I love it. The Caitiff Choir is my favorite IDT material (again, the original, not the re-issue). I liked two or three songs from Sirens but as a whole, it was really pussy stuff for IDT.

Lividity is, to me, a lot more like The Caitiff Choir. I do miss Nick, though. His vocals poo poo all over this new guy's. I can only imagine Lividity recorded with Nick.

"This Ghost", "Thank You For Drinking", "Miss October", and whatever track 6 is are my favorites as of now. Awesome gym album, I'll be lifting to it again tonight.

Shadow Sterks
Sep 5, 2008


rgrdgr Karnage posted:


I'm really enjoying Constellations by August Burns Red. I never could get into any of their previous work, but they seem to have stepped up the songwriting on this album. Seconding the awesomeness of Tommy Rogers on Indonesia.


Amazing album, never really like the old stuff too but then again i didnt really listen to them that much but when i get free time i'll give it a second try. I espacialy love meridian awsome song

Business Raptor
Jun 3, 2009



Into the Moat's The Design, anyone?

(Not The Campaign, it sucked)

Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



Business Raptor posted:

Into the Moat's The Design, anyone?

(Not The Campaign, it sucked)

Never heard of them :O

Got any particular song recommendations I should check out?

Business Raptor
Jun 3, 2009



Traitorous Leopard posted:

Never heard of them :O

Got any particular song recommendations I should check out?

Dead Before I Stray, Beyond Trechery, and None Shall Pass are all very good tracks, that's for sure. The whole album's pretty solid - that is, if you're into tech death metal stuff.

MalConstant
Mar 16, 2008


By Blood and Iron - The Infernal Offering
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxZmvFHJp_o

For a band that isn't signed, holy poo poo. The breakdown at 3:09 with the machine gun sound is great.

MalConstant fucked around with this message at Aug 26, 2009 around 04:28

Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



MalConstant posted:

By Blood and Iron - The Infernal Offering
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxZmvFHJp_o

For a band that isn't signed, holy poo poo. The breakdown at 3:09 with the machine gun sound is great.

Holy loving poo poo that was awesome

And, for other machine-gun sample antics, I direct you to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmJmC5Kf0_4

edit: drat, I can't find their cd anywhere

Traitorous Leopard fucked around with this message at Aug 26, 2009 around 06:10

Spiral
Dec 20, 2003



MalConstant posted:

For a band that isn't signed, holy poo poo. The breakdown at 3:09 with the machine gun sound is great.
The day this band gets signed is the day music officially dies.

Wamsutta
Sep 9, 2001

We go hard.


I am going to see Killswitch Engage with All That Remains and Unearth on Saturday at Jones Beach for $15. It's like MA exploded all over Wantagh NY and I get to partake in the awesomeness. I am psyched.

MalConstant
Mar 16, 2008


Traitorous Leopard posted:

Holy loving poo poo that was awesome

And, for other machine-gun sample antics, I direct you to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmJmC5Kf0_4

edit: drat, I can't find their cd anywhere

Love it. the ending sound effect on that song reminds of mortal kombat.

By Blood and Iron only have a 3 song ep right now. I have it if you want it. im me at tryyb.

Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



Spiral posted:

The day this band gets signed is the day music officially dies.

I may be wrong, but what don't you like about the band/song? Just curious.

x TOMMYBOY x
Jan 15, 2008

by angerbeet


Don't even ask. You will just be endlessly reminded of how they sound "the same" or "aren't music" or whatever even though there are plenty of bands that sound similar in every genre and this just happens to be a very popular genre and therefore many bands are doing different variations on a similar sound. This isn't necessarily bad, but many elitist-type folk are going to say such ridiculous things. These people also happen to be pretty concentrated on the internet.

I did like the song even if it was slightly overly-derivative

edit: Take hip-hop, for example. I love hip-hop and listen to every different range from underground to R&B radio tracks (mostly because im forced to but some are enjoyable). There are a loving trillion songs that sound alike, even from big-name artists and highly respected underground rappers. However metalcore/deathcore/whatever-core gets a bad name because

A) a large number of "original hardcore fans" choose to pretend that they're music is inherently better and more authentic because it was the predecessor to this kind of music
B) a large number of people who inherently don't like screaming/abrasive music or refuse to try and listen to it

so basically you have groups who don't listen to any kind of heavy music at all and don't like it and then still others who believe that all of this music is just trash, which is obviously not true and a matter of opinion

edit: the "original hardcore fans" thing was not aimed at the people in the hardcore thread, though there may be people who fit such a description in there

x TOMMYBOY x fucked around with this message at Aug 26, 2009 around 22:35

Spiral
Dec 20, 2003



Traitorous Leopard posted:

I may be wrong, but what don't you like about the band/song? Just curious.

Im just not a big fan of bands who do everything decently but nothing exceptionally. When the highpoint of a super-long song is a keyboard machine gun sample I think you're probably not doing the rest of the stuff properly.

chocolateTHUNDER
Jul 19, 2008

GIVE ME ALL YOUR FREE AGENTS

ALL OF THEM


Wamsutta posted:

I am going to see Killswitch Engage with All That Remains and Unearth on Saturday at Jones Beach for $15. It's like MA exploded all over Wantagh NY and I get to partake in the awesomeness. I am psyched.

I was supposed to go to this, but cant get off of work in time

krustster
Mar 26, 2007

But I hope you leave enough room for my fist, because I'm going to ram it into your stomach!!!

MalConstant posted:

By Blood and Iron - The Infernal Offering
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxZmvFHJp_o

For a band that isn't signed, holy poo poo. The breakdown at 3:09 with the machine gun sound is great.

YES. Things like this are why I created this thread (disregarding the band's tight pants and gay haircuts of course). The breakdown at the end was so sick I almost vomited. Not really, but I did actually involuntarily yell "OOHHHHH!" in real life.

Traitorous Leopard
Jul 20, 2009



Spiral posted:

Im just not a big fan of bands who do everything decently but nothing exceptionally. When the highpoint of a super-long song is a keyboard machine gun sample I think you're probably not doing the rest of the stuff properly.

Excellent point - I guess I'm just easily entertained

krustster
Mar 26, 2007

But I hope you leave enough room for my fist, because I'm going to ram it into your stomach!!!

Spiral posted:

Im just not a big fan of bands who do everything decently but nothing exceptionally. When the highpoint of a super-long song is a keyboard machine gun sample I think you're probably not doing the rest of the stuff properly.

Methinks you didn't actually listen to the song and just based your opinion of it on the post in this thread. Because

x TOMMYBOY x
Jan 15, 2008

by angerbeet


Yeah its a pretty good song actually

krustster
Mar 26, 2007

But I hope you leave enough room for my fist, because I'm going to ram it into your stomach!!!

x TOMMYBOY x posted:

Yeah its a pretty good song actually

in fact I'd go so far as to say it FUCKEN 0WNZ

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Spiral
Dec 20, 2003



What makes that song interesting enough to be "awesome" or whatever? The lead guitar harmonies are sloppy and uninteresting, they aren't very creative musicians and its just entirely too long. I mean, I understand that they are a young band and all, but why write music that people before you have already done 1000x better?

They have a piano player but you only hear him for 4 seconds about 1/4 of the way into the song and then Im assuming he also triggers the bassdrop style explosion sample? I'd be willing to wager that he is the most musically talented member of that band, and you dont hear him at all.

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