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Now listening to... posted 06 Jul 2004, 04:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Just thought it'd be interesting to see what music the people here are listening to at any given time they feel like replying. I'll start things out by saying that I am enjoying the recently-released Velvet Revolver CD, which stars the singer of Stone Temple Pilots (Scott Weiland) with ex- everybody but Axl Rose members of Guns'n'Roses. Nice blend. Makes me feel nostalgic for [i:j6vwypes]Appetite for Destruction[/i:j6vwypes]. So what are you listening to now? view post


posted 06 Jul 2004, 04:07 by LooseCannon, Peralogue

Haha, yep, that's the one I've been listening to in my car for the past week. Really like it. Other than that I've been listening to the old Nirvana Unplugged album. view post


posted 06 Jul 2004, 04:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Yep, Nirvana is definitely good to listen to. Before this, I've been listening to bootleg live performances by Jimmy Page (with Paul Rodgers, 1988) and Page/Plant (Nashville, 1998 - a concert I went to, no less!) and have been in hard rock heaven. I love bootlegs. view post


posted 06 Jul 2004, 05:07 by legatus, Auditor

I'm listening to Flogging Molly's Swagger album (with The Likes of You Again playing at the moment) with the Children Of Dune soundtrack queued up for later. I can't wait till August when Flogging Molly's scheduled to come through Toronto. view post


posted 06 Jul 2004, 10:07 by Loof, Peralogue

Well in the last 24 hours i have been listening to (in no particular order) The Pogues (Red Roses for Me, Hell's Ditch) , Ministry (Psalm 69, The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste, Land of Rape and Honey), Bob Dylan ( Freeweelin, Blood on the Tracks and Desire) Right now i'm listening to Garbage , Beutiful Garbage. view post


posted 06 Jul 2004, 12:07 by Kingslayer, Candidate

Ive been rockin to Evanescense lately. Linkin Park is always in the rotation too. KS view post


posted 06 Jul 2004, 12:07 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Been going through a selection of my old albums recently including Sisters of mercy, Fields of the Nephilim, Bauhaus etc. Forgot how good they were (and yes I did buy them first time round. lol) view post


posted 07 Jul 2004, 00:07 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

I'm a jazz nut, with everything else (except country, disgusting stuff) mixed in. Diana Krall and Louise Rose lately, a little Green Day, R. Kelly, Outkast, and some Mozart Masses. view post


posted 07 Jul 2004, 09:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Outkast coupled with Mozart? Very eclectic! As for country...you should try living in the Greater Nashville Metropolitan Area. If you think country's bad enough from a distance, being around its epicenter is a lot worse. That being said, there's actually a few "Country" artists that transcend the crappy field and are worth listening to: Johnny Cash, err...Johnny Cash...and uh, Johnny Cash! ;) view post


posted 07 Jul 2004, 22:07 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Aldarion, I think perhaps you forgot Jonny Cash. :lol: Seriously though also been listening to some other stuff recently, as Ive been reading a few fantasy novels Ive had stuff by Clannad, Caroline Lavelle playing and have to say it enhanced the reading. Also quite like Sonne by Ramstein. view post


posted 07 Jul 2004, 23:07 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

I got a new cd the other day called Night Silence Desert, by two Iranians. It's traditional middle eastern, and makes great fantasy background. I also like (for background) Loreena McKennit(sp), Adiemus, and the LOTR soundtrack. view post


posted 08 Jul 2004, 23:07 by Taliesin, Peralogue

Last thing I listened to was Symphony No. 1: The Lord of the Rings by Johan de Meij - really great band music, though my CD is the later orchestral arrangement. view post


posted 09 Jul 2004, 00:07 by Loof, Peralogue

[quote:2cba9fks]That being said, there's actually a few "Country" artists that transcend the crappy field and are worth listening to: Johnny Cash, err...Johnny Cash...and uh, Johnny Cash! [/quote:2cba9fks] How can a guy that goes by the screenname Dylanfanatic for get his namesake when pointing out good country artists? :wink: view post


posted 09 Jul 2004, 00:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Because I don't classify Dylan as being strictly any genre? ;) I will admit he has made some great songs that are of the Country persuasion (Lay Lady Lay being just one example, all of Nashville Skyline being another, not to mention parts of John Wesley Harding and Time Out of Mind), but he deserves his own genre, yes? :P That being said, I have a nice 2002 bootleg of Dylan playing Brown Sugar. Weird, yet good. view post


posted 09 Jul 2004, 14:07 by Grantaire, Moderator

Dave Matthew's Band Live in Central Park Concert album. Specifically, Crush. :) view post


posted 10 Jul 2004, 00:07 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

I got sent the three lord of the rings film soundtrack for my birthday a couple of weeks back, have to say that Ive really enjoyed them, my fav has to be the music for Return of the King, with Billy Boyd and also Viggo with his elven acceptance speech. view post


posted 10 Jul 2004, 01:07 by Loof, Peralogue

[quote:2ytyqhig]Because I don't classify Dylan as being strictly any genre? I will admit he has made some great songs that are of the Country persuasion (Lay Lady Lay being just one example, all of Nashville Skyline being another, not to mention parts of John Wesley Harding and Time Out of Mind), but he deserves his own genre, yes? That being said, I have a nice 2002 bootleg of Dylan playing Brown Sugar. Weird, yet good.[/quote:2ytyqhig] Ok I admit Dylan isn't strictly country. Although im not sure he has a own genre. I would probably say he has his roots in country but has experimented with many different genres... but maybe thats the same thing now that I typed it out :? EDIT: Oh and the brown sugar cover sounds interesting (although it doesnt suprise me ha has done one). Whats the bootleg called, and is the sound any good? Normaly I'm not that interested in bootlegs due to the crapy quality of the recordings. view post


posted 11 Jul 2004, 15:07 by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

The pile of CDs on the desk is: The Waterboys - Rock in a Weary Land Curve - Gift Johnny Marr and the Healers - Boomslang Love & Rockets - Lift Bauhaus - Burning from the Inside The Damned - Grave Disorder Hooverphonic - The Magnificent Tree Delerium - Chimera -Neil view post


posted 11 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

I think dylan is rooted in folk with country influences personally. I am big fan. I just got a life size standup of Diana Krall from barnes and noble. Did you know that all you have to do to get one is ask them to hold it for you when they take it down and they will? Anyway, one more unnecessary item in my room. view post


posted 12 Jul 2004, 03:07 by LooseCannon, Peralogue

Been listening to the Killers and Franz Ferdinand. Heard their singles on the radio and decided to get the cds. I believe both are British bands. view post


posted 12 Jul 2004, 03:07 by GameMaster, Commoner

Right now I'm listening to some SYSTEM OF A DOWN. The Toxicity album in particular. view post


posted 12 Jul 2004, 03:07 by Wil, Head Moderator

as of now, I'm listening to The Producers view post


posted 12 Jul 2004, 23:07 by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

[quote="LooseCannon":3w16g9fu]Been listening to the Killers and Franz Ferdinand. Heard their singles on the radio and decided to get the cds. I believe both are British bands.[/quote:3w16g9fu] How are those? I have been considering them myself. -Neil view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 00:07 by DarkMatter, Peralogue

I'm currently listening to the soundtrack from the movie: Queen of the damned. It is so great. When I'm finished listening to that I'll listen to Sisters of Mercy. view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 00:07 by legatus, Auditor

I'm listening to Hide's Hide Your Face album, and seeing Ministry mentioned earlier in the thread, I can't help but gape at the blatant similarity between 'Drink Or Die' and 'Jesus Built My Hotrod'. Hide either ripped off the music for D.O.D. from them or I'm hearing things. The lyrics are different, sure, not to mention in Japanese, but the music is way too close for it to be merely coincidence. I wonder if he ever admitted to D.O.D. being Ministry inspired or some such, or whether it just went unnoticed. view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 02:07 by Loof, Peralogue

Cool I will have to check out Hide, never heard of them before. But if they are an industrial band its pretty likely that Ministry is a big influance. view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 03:07 by legatus, Auditor

There's a lot of range to Hide's music from song to song, but the vast majority of his stuff really doesn't strike me as particularly industrial. Some of it certainly is (Doubt, Pose and Bacteria come to mind), but his style is really eclectic, and I'd only clearly label a small percentage of his stuff as industrial. In the case of D.O.D., the tone of the song is different than Jesus Built My Hotrod, as though the core of the song was sanitized to churn out a faster, cleaner bastard child--a red-headed one at that. I still like it regardless, but it loses much of the industrial flair as a result. As another word of warning, Hide has a somewhat typical, Japanese rocker voice: a little on the effeminate side, and potentially grating. Also, I have to be in the mood to listen to Hide or a lot of his stuff strikes me as altogether too upbeat. Addendum: Much like a large portion of the rest of Japan's mainstream music scene of yore, Hide doesn't entirely escape the taint of the dreaded bubblegum pop syndrome either. In spite of being a fan, I certainly like to badmouth his music a lot, huh? :P view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Loof, Peralogue

Hehe thanks for the info, wasnt planning on going out and buying it without listening to it first. If i do find it i will tell you what I think. And just to stay on topic right now I'm listening to Guns n' Roses Apetite for Destruction, in my opinion probably one of the best rock albums ever made. 8) view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Amen to that G'n'R statement. view post


posted 13 Jul 2004, 22:07 by LooseCannon, Peralogue

@Neil - Both are pretty good although I haven't listened to them a lot yet. Keep forgetting to bring the cds with me in the car. Anyway I'd say I am leaning a little more towards the Killers as the better. But FF has a couple of good singles on it and also sound a lot more British than the Killers. view post


posted 14 Jul 2004, 03:07 by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

[quote="LooseCannon":1mfzemem]@Neil - Both are pretty good although I haven't listened to them a lot yet. Keep forgetting to bring the cds with me in the car. Anyway I'd say I am leaning a little more towards the Killers as the better. But FF has a couple of good singles on it and also sound a lot more British than the Killers.[/quote:1mfzemem] Thanks! Can't afford either right now, but will get them sometime. Listening to Front 242 view post


posted 16 Jul 2004, 05:07 by Jernau Morat Gurgeh, Candidate

The Starlight Mints - Built on Squares The Decemberists - Her Majesty Motorhead - Best of Motorhead view post


posted 16 Jul 2004, 16:07 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Ive been subjected to just about every Aha album ever released. My better half thought it would be a good idea to "educate" me. also been listening to The Wall by Pink Floyd view post


music posted 21 Jul 2004, 03:07 by steve, Peralogue

[color=orange][/color] my favorite band ever is Korn view post


posted 21 Jul 2004, 03:07 by legatus, Auditor

[quote="drosdelnoch":h47r7yno]also been listening to The Wall by Pink Floyd[/quote:h47r7yno] "All in all you're just another brick in the wall." I listened to the first disc of that album today, with some early Pink Floyd singles mixed in for good measure. Great stuff. view post


posted 26 Jul 2004, 02:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Orphaned Land AC/DC Opeth Decapitated Lythia Stitch Suffocation but i have no idea whats coming on next. my cd player is on shuffle and i can fit 300 cds in it so theres bound to be some weird picks. view post


posted 26 Jul 2004, 02:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="Aldarion":2yx4mwb2]Because I don't classify Dylan as being strictly any genre? ;) I will admit he has made some great songs that are of the Country persuasion (Lay Lady Lay being just one example, all of Nashville Skyline being another, not to mention parts of John Wesley Harding and Time Out of Mind), but he deserves his own genre, yes? :P That being said, I have a nice 2002 bootleg of Dylan playing Brown Sugar. Weird, yet good.[/quote:2yx4mwb2] Dylan is normally classified as Folk Rock much the same as those like Janis Joplin view post


posted 26 Jul 2004, 13:07 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

or root rock is perhaps the more modern term lol. Listening to Capercaille at the moment, a slight change, also have a few compendium albums from my mispent youth to see what I remember when I put them on. lol Will probably have a good rumage through the record boxes to see whats hidden that Ive not heard for a while. view post


posted 26 Jul 2004, 23:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Queen Rhaspody Rush Grimfist view post


posted 27 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

creed blind guardian megadeth severed savior view post


posted 27 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Zeppelin, Velvet Revolver, some more bootlegs of Paul Simon/Bob Dylan singing "Sound of Silence" together...things like that. Oh, and I really need to listen to some more Nick Cave. He just has that [i:2xp09x6z]voice[/i:2xp09x6z] - only Leonard Cohen has that same type of voice. Well, maybe Shatner, but Shatner's like god, except for something else ;) view post


posted 27 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

ive been meaning to give a good listen to Velvet Revolver. ive always been a fan of Slash. NP: Black Sabbath - War Pigs view post


posted 27 Jul 2004, 18:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

I'll put it this way about Velvet Revolver - the singing reminds me of the heaviest songs on STP's [i:2kk8sny6]Core[/i:2kk8sny6], the guitar playing is a bit between [i:2kk8sny6]Appetite for Destruction[/i:2kk8sny6] and [i:2kk8sny6]Use Your Illusion[/i:2kk8sny6] in sound - but not many ballads - only one would could, I'd think, while another is mid-tempo. Bass is really heavy on a few. I'd recommend listening to "Slither" or "Big Machine" if you're wanting to get an idea about their sound. view post


posted 29 Jul 2004, 03:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

didnt they have a video for slither on the television? but thanks, ill have to find some stuff from them. NP: Necrophagist - Seven its insane!! view post


posted 29 Jul 2004, 05:07 by The Consult, Candidate

NP: The Whites stripes - The Big Three Killed My Baby GO Stripers!! view post


posted 29 Jul 2004, 13:07 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

I saw the Stripes in concert back in June 2003 when they came to Boca Raton. Great, great show! If you can find them, look for live concert bootlegs online. Well worth the d/l time. Especially love their cover of Dylan's "Love Sick", which they also performed at the concert I attended. view post


posted 01 Aug 2004, 21:08 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

NP: Megadeth - Rust In Peace ( Remaster ) Megadeth - So Far So Good So What ( Remaster ) Megadeth - Peace Sells... But Whos Buying? ( Remaster ) all i can say is these are the best remasters ive ever listened to. Especially the Rust In Peace Remaster. the original was sorta low volume-wise... this one sounds a lot better. view post


posted 03 Aug 2004, 05:08 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

I was exposed to some new music this last week I'm really enjoying. All American Rejects System of a Down - Debut, Toxicity, Steal this Album Matchbook Romance Blink 182, older recordings Dave Matthews - Some Devil Goo Goo Dolls - Dizzy Up the Girls Maroon 5 The Offspring - Americana Also, I got the soundtrack to De-Lovely, the movie about Cole Porter. Good, but different. view post


posted 03 Aug 2004, 12:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

One of my best friends sent me a mix CD for my 30th birthday recently. She really put a lot of thought behind it. But it's interesting to see songs as varied as "You Are My Sunshine" and "Go, Speed Racer, Go!" on there, not to mention stuff from Elvis Costello. If this keeps up, I'll end up being as much of a musical whore as another good friend of mine from college! view post


Music of the now... posted 04 Aug 2004, 16:08 by Alric, Auditor

Right now, I've been listening to a lot of Jethro Tull / Ian Anderson. It's a phase I go through once every year. A current favorite of mine is Ian's recently released solo album - Rupi's Dance. It's a nice blend of sound and lyrical fusion. view post


Re: Music of the now... posted 04 Aug 2004, 19:08 by Loof, Peralogue

[quote="Alric":32rp0czp]Right now, I've been listening to a lot of Jethro Tull / Ian Anderson. It's a phase I go through once every year. A current favorite of mine is Ian's recently released solo album - Rupi's Dance. It's a nice blend of sound and lyrical fusion.[/quote:32rp0czp] Interesting, I used to be a big tull fan. Although nowdays it mostly comes in smaller waves sort of like you describe. When was this solo album released? Don't think i have seen it, is it worth looking for? And to keep on topic: Right now I'm listening to Nick Cave - The boatman's call view post


Re: Music of the now... posted 04 Aug 2004, 20:08 by Alric, Auditor

[quote="Loof":sje1e7p4] Interesting, I used to be a big tull fan. Although nowdays it mostly comes in smaller waves sort of like you describe. When was this solo album released? Don't think i have seen it, is it worth looking for?[/quote:sje1e7p4] Loof, I imagine that the CD was released almost a year ago now. I picked it up this past winter. I think the album has some of the best music and songs from Anderson/Tull for quite some while. view post


posted 04 Aug 2004, 20:08 by Loof, Peralogue

Ok thanks i will see if i can dig it up. :D view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 03:08 by steve, Peralogue

I am listening to my favorites, Ozzy and Pantera. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 14:08 by The Consult, Candidate

Pearl Jam - I Got Id. This is one of my fav PJ songs.....any fans here? view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 16:08 by Alric, Auditor

[quote="The Consult":3sfovqdy]Pearl Jam - I Got Id. This is one of my fav PJ songs.....any fans here?[/quote:3sfovqdy] I'd call myself a semi-fan. I do enjoy a great deal of their music, and I have managed to catch two concerts. They are great live. view post


posted 05 Aug 2004, 17:08 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

I enjoy them, and have a couple CDs, but probably wouldn't be a fan. view post


posted 06 Aug 2004, 00:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

I'm reacquainting myself with the beauties of P.J. Harvey's music, in particular "Down by the Water," which I loved when it came out all those years ago...damn, has it been 10 years already? :o view post


posted 12 Aug 2004, 04:08 by steve, Peralogue

Now listening to Nikkie Sixx's new band Brides of Destruction, fav song is shut the f*** up view post


posted 20 Aug 2004, 06:08 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Lugubrum Taake Drudkh Entombed Iced Earth Deathchain good shit for the metalheads out there. view post


posted 20 Aug 2004, 13:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

It was rainy this morning, so I popped in Clapton's [i:3d37t7ff]Pilgrim[/i:3d37t7ff], which is like comfort music for sad moods. view post


posted 20 Aug 2004, 16:08 by Alric, Auditor

That is a good one, Larry. I was in the mood for guitar music today too... Satriani ~ Strange Beautiful Music view post


posted 21 Aug 2004, 00:08 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Satrianis not bad but I prefer his earlier stuff, if in the mood for guitar work sometimes go for Jeff Healy Band or Stevie Ray Vaughn (cant remember how to spell the surname currently, lol) view post


posted 21 Aug 2004, 03:08 by Anonymous, Subdidact

[quote="Orion_metalhead":3rdwjh0f]Lugubrum Taake Drudkh Entombed Iced Earth Deathchain good shit for the metalheads out there.[/quote:3rdwjh0f] You, sir, have good taste in music. view post


posted 21 Aug 2004, 05:08 by legatus, Auditor

I'm three tracks into the new Flogging Molly album, Within A Mile Of Home, and it's pretty damn good so far. Folky Irish rock makes for great drinking music, and this new disc is no exception. I still have to wait a few more weeks before I can pick up a hard copy, but being the impatient bastard that I am, I'm tiding myself over with pre-release mp3s in the meantime. I might just wait and pick up the album when they roll through Toronto though, since CDs tend to be cheaper at live shows. Their October show better not get cancelled like the August one... *grumble* view post


posted 21 Aug 2004, 17:08 by Clarkesworld Books, Peralogue

I'm listening to Joe Strummer's (ex-Clash) last album. -Neil view post


posted 21 Aug 2004, 19:08 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

thank you unknown guest. NP: Morgoth Winds Viking Crown Gorgoroth view post


posted 22 Aug 2004, 16:08 by Anonymous, Subdidact

[quote="Orion_metalhead":1z8tdhwx]thank you unknown guest. NP: Morgoth Winds Viking Crown Gorgoroth[/quote:1z8tdhwx] No to VIking Crown :P The rest is top notch. :twisted: view post


posted 23 Aug 2004, 14:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Because I'm in a very dark mood now... Nick Cave, "Wonderful Life" view post


posted 23 Aug 2004, 15:08 by Alric, Auditor

Kind of Blue by Miles Davis and crew... felt like a Jazz sort of Monday. view post


posted 24 Aug 2004, 06:08 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

the colour of magic read by Tony Robinson, couldnt be bothered reading so went for plan b. lol view post


posted 26 Aug 2004, 00:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Dew Scented-Acts Of Rage view post


posted 26 Aug 2004, 01:08 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Iron Maiden Morbid Angel Borknagar Celtic Frost i was listening to insomnium this morning and Opeth in my car. itll be time for Darkthrone soon though. view post


posted 26 Aug 2004, 18:08 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Listening to now 10 followed by now 22 view post


posted 27 Aug 2004, 13:08 by Alric, Auditor

Yes... the 5 disk retrospective set released about 2 years ago. So, plenty of Yes. view post


posted 27 Aug 2004, 14:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Live bootleg of Aerosmith and Jimmy Page performing "Train Kept A'Rolling," one of THE rock'n'roll songs to listen to, if you haven't already. To get two guitars to imitate a train whistle is impressive, to say the least :D view post


posted 28 Aug 2004, 15:08 by Alric, Auditor

I'm listening to the complete works of J. Cash today. Currently... Buring Ring of Fire. view post


posted 28 Aug 2004, 20:08 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Nothing to do with a Chilli or a curry I hope Alric, lol, Currently listening to Depeche Mode. view post


posted 29 Aug 2004, 21:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Bloodbath-Outnumbering The Day view post


posted 30 Aug 2004, 22:08 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Listening to a cooking vinyl sampler. view post


posted 31 Aug 2004, 03:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

The Yardbirds (a band more famous for the guitarists who left the group - Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page) - than for their own songs (which I think are underrated in their goodness), especially their cover of "Smokestack Lightning" and "Train Kept A'Rolling." view post


posted 31 Aug 2004, 20:08 by Alric, Auditor

Yardbirds were a great band, in most of their iterations. Great songs even if most people aren't familiar with them. Having a Dylan sort of day myself. view post


posted 31 Aug 2004, 20:08 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Rainy Day Women #12 and #25 or A Hard Rain's A'Gonna Fall type of day? Or would Subterranean Homesick Blues fit even better? ;) And yes, the Yardbirds are great. Aerosmith often will play one of their songs live in concert, because Stephen Tyler was really into what Keith Relf did as a singer. view post


posted 01 Sep 2004, 00:09 by Scarred, Candidate

I'm listening to Catch 22: Walking Away. Some lovely ska. view post


posted 01 Sep 2004, 19:09 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Currently listening to Greatest Hits of 1990. Interesting latin there Scarred, prefered pratchets Veni, Vermini, Vermui (I came, I got ratted, I threw up.) view post


posted 03 Sep 2004, 17:09 by AjDeath, Didact

I am currently listening to Opeth, The Twilight Is My Robe, from Orchid. Anyone who has not heard this band, I don't care if you do not listen to metal, must prchase an Opeth album, anyone with a brain will find it enjoyable. view post


posted 03 Sep 2004, 17:09 by Wil, Head Moderator

I am listening to Beethoven Piano Sonatas view post


posted 03 Sep 2004, 20:09 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

going through some depeche mode albums view post


posted 05 Sep 2004, 08:09 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="AjDeath":1j96wk15]I am currently listening to Opeth, The Twilight Is My Robe, from Orchid. Anyone who has not heard this band, I don't care if you do not listen to metal, must prchase an Opeth album, anyone with a brain will find it enjoyable.[/quote:1j96wk15] for those who havent heard them i would start with Damnation and Morningrise. both give a great feel as to what the band is capable of and, in my opinion, they can do just about anything. Damnation is really mellow and Morningrise is a combination of the Heavy and the Mellow blended into what can be considered an artform. Advent (off Morningrise) and Death Whispered a Lullaby (off Damnation) are two of the greatest songs ive ever heard. and ive heard many. view post


posted 05 Sep 2004, 15:09 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Orion_metalhead":qp6s2ixh][quote="AjDeath":qp6s2ixh]I am currently listening to Opeth, The Twilight Is My Robe, from Orchid. Anyone who has not heard this band, I don't care if you do not listen to metal, must prchase an Opeth album, anyone with a brain will find it enjoyable.[/quote:qp6s2ixh] for those who havent heard them i would start with Damnation and Morningrise. both give a great feel as to what the band is capable of and, in my opinion, they can do just about anything. Damnation is really mellow and Morningrise is a combination of the Heavy and the Mellow blended into what can be considered an artform. Advent (off Morningrise) and Death Whispered a Lullaby (off Damnation) are two of the greatest songs ive ever heard. and ive heard many.[/quote:qp6s2ixh]I Concur. These guys write some very beautiful music. i do know that many bands are now copying this style, but Opeth remains totally unique. NP-Iniquity-The Bullets Breath view post


posted 05 Sep 2004, 15:09 by Da-krul, Auditor

Listening to Blind Guardian, a Night at the Opera, up next Therion view post


posted 05 Sep 2004, 17:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Meshuggah-I 22 minutes of schizophrenic goodness. And a huge step ahead of Nothing. (Sorry if that means zilch to you guys. This band is great.) view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 15:09 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

crash test dummies - god shuffled his feet view post


posted 06 Sep 2004, 20:09 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Soilwork Iron Maiden Decapitated Suffocation Destroyer666 Winds Gordon Lightfoot and now, some Sabbath for another 10 minutes. idk... my cdplayer is on random so odd stuff has been coming up. Ohh and Husker Du. view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 21:09 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Back to the old now albums currently number 19, 22 and 38 view post


posted 07 Sep 2004, 23:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Sting-Seven Days view post


posted 12 Sep 2004, 14:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Carnal Forge-Aren't You Dead Yet? view post


posted 13 Sep 2004, 01:09 by hattper, Commoner

Einstürzende Neubauten - Perpetuum Mobile Just gotta love a band that uses stuff normally found in a garage a cellar and an attic and makes it sound good too. view post


posted 14 Sep 2004, 00:09 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Down - Nola At The Gates - With Fear I Kiss The Burning Darkness At The Gates - The Red In The Sky Is Ours view post


posted 14 Sep 2004, 02:09 by Scarred, Candidate

:oops: Blue Rodeo-Till I am Myself Again YEs....its sort of countryish, but the lyrics are brilliant, and it can still occasionally bring me to tears its so moving. Im such a big suck. :P view post


posted 14 Sep 2004, 03:09 by eowyn1983, Peralogue

Joshua Bell (classical) Bond (techno-classical) Sonicflood (Christian) Switchfoot (Christian) Daniel Bedingfield (Popular) Mandy Moore (Popular) Cherry Poppin' Daddies (Swing) Brian Setzer Orchestra (Swing) Glenn Miller (Jazz) view post


posted 15 Sep 2004, 00:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Nevermore-Bleeding Neon Black Carnal Forge-Aren't You Dead Yet The Haunted-One Kill Wonder Grave-Back From The Grave Immortal-Sons Of Northern Darkness *random=on view post


posted 17 Sep 2004, 19:09 by eowyn1983, Peralogue

Sarah Mclachlan's (sp.?) song "Black" ,Maroon 5 and Mozart's Requiem. "Black" is such an intriguing song, really weird but still entrancing. view post


posted 22 Sep 2004, 00:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Carcass-Heartwork view post


posted 22 Sep 2004, 18:09 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Somme by Ramstein, loved the old sound of it. view post


posted 24 Sep 2004, 03:09 by Da-krul, Auditor

Def Leapord - Hyseria view post


posted 24 Sep 2004, 18:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Opeth-Blackwater Park view post


posted 08 Oct 2004, 22:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Suffocation-Despise The Sun view post


posted 14 Oct 2004, 03:10 by Da-krul, Auditor

Silicon Messiah - Blaze Bailey view post


posted 26 Oct 2004, 13:10 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Just downloaded U2's newest single, "Vertigo," and it sounds promising enough for me to eagerly await their new CD coming out in a month's time. view post


posted 29 Oct 2004, 19:10 by drosdelnoch, Subdidact

Having started rumaging through the old collection Ive found my old Def Leopard originals and gone through them, also been back to going through Fields of the Nephilim. Ahh the good old days. view post


posted 31 Oct 2004, 03:10 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="AjDeath":2jfwdnbs]Opeth-Blackwater Park[/quote:2jfwdnbs] [quote="AjDeath":2jfwdnbs]Suffocation - Despise The Sun[/quote:2jfwdnbs] both excellent albums. i prefer still life and morningrise myself. NP: Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly view post


posted 01 Nov 2004, 01:11 by Da-krul, Auditor

Blind Guardian - Imaginations from the Other Side view post


posted 01 Nov 2004, 02:11 by legatus, Auditor

Queens Of The Stone Age - Songs For The Deaf view post


posted 01 Nov 2004, 22:11 by AjDeath, Didact

Orphaned Land-Mabool, The Story Of The Three Sons Of Seven view post


posted 03 Nov 2004, 14:11 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Well, I just purchased a new exercise bike and for the music I'm listening to for that is Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's 1998 CD, [i:jrynhyco]Walking Into Clarksdale[/i:jrynhyco]. A very, very underrated album, sadly. One of my favorites, in part due to the nice textures and rhythms Page has going for him with the guitar. view post


posted 06 Nov 2004, 14:11 by Aesmael, Candidate

Not at this exact moment, but currently a mix of Herman's Hermits, Enya, the Beatles and Enigma. And some Gregorian Chant. I wonder if this thread is still on topic, or will this reply seem out of place? view post


posted 06 Nov 2004, 18:11 by Shryke, Candidate

Currently listening to a few bands, mostly in the car: Ozma Franz Ferdinand Powderfinger The Killers it's all good as long as I don't have to get stuck listening to the radio. view post


posted 11 Nov 2004, 23:11 by AjDeath, Didact

Loveall-by ABCDEFG view post


posted 14 Nov 2004, 05:11 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="AjDeath":1aestjhb]Orphaned Land-Mabool, The Story Of The Three Sons Of Seven[/quote:1aestjhb] absolutley AMAZING album. NP: Pestilence - Spheres BEFORE: carnal forge suffocation creamatory gordon lightfoot slayer killswitch engage mastodon black sabbath AJ - if you into Deathmetal which it seems you are, check out Pestilence. amazing stuff. view post


posted 14 Nov 2004, 05:11 by Inner_visions, Candidate

Anything by Radiohead(but now into Amnesiac and Ok Computer) Anything by The Lucksmiths Arcade Fire- Funderal Bôa-Duvet ANything by the Pillows The Postal Service-Give up Led Zep-I, II Other random stuff. Constantly changing, obviously. view post


posted 30 Nov 2004, 16:11 by AjDeath, Didact

Nevermore-Dreaming Neon Black view post


posted 02 Dec 2004, 17:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Tarantula-Swarm view post


posted 08 Dec 2004, 21:12 by Voland, Candidate

Hed Kandi The Mix Winter 2004 (currently disc 2) view post


posted 09 Dec 2004, 04:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Opeth-Morningrise. Again. view post


posted 19 Dec 2004, 04:12 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Taake - Nattestid ser Porten Vid Hate Forest - The Gates view post


posted 19 Dec 2004, 19:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Atrocity-Todessehnsucht view post


on and on posted 20 Dec 2004, 06:12 by Anonymous, Subdidact

Lots of drone, dreamy stuff: Jessamine Godspeed You Black Emperor! &etc Tarentel Kinsky Japancakes and so on... And Tool Hank Williams Sr. (not jr.) Haydn Beethoven (well "Fur Elise" over and over again, that counts) Hendrix Aphex Twin E.A.R. Andre Segovia SRV on and on view post


posted 20 Dec 2004, 18:12 by Alric, Auditor

Jethro Tull at the Isle of Wight music festival in 1970. view post


posted 21 Dec 2004, 17:12 by Fell, Peralogue

[url=http://www.muchmusic.com/music/artists/index.asp?artist=922:1xfx7wbm]Kyprios[/url:1xfx7wbm] — [i:1xfx7wbm]Say Something[/i:1xfx7wbm] view post


posted 23 Dec 2004, 01:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Lost Horizon-Denial Of Fate view post


posted 25 Dec 2004, 19:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Carcass-Doctrinal Expletives view post


posted 27 Dec 2004, 05:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Cryptopsy-Cold hate, Warm Blood view post


posted 28 Dec 2004, 03:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Yngwie J. Malmsteen-Anguish and Fear. /m\ view post


posted 29 Dec 2004, 04:12 by Annabel, Peralogue

Hey! I saw Yngwe at a G3 concert this year. Not bad. But, if you like the guitar gods, Steve Vai is a virtuoso (and I don't use the word lightly). The guitar's an extension of the man's body. Hrrm. Maybe not body but mind - e.g., if he can imagine it on the guitar, he can do it. view post


posted 29 Dec 2004, 16:12 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Annabel":t2xxmqpv]Hey! I saw Yngwe at a G3 concert this year. Not bad. But, if you like the guitar gods, Steve Vai is a virtuoso (and I don't use the word lightly). The guitar's an extension of the man's body. Hrrm. Maybe not body but mind - e.g., if he can imagine it on the guitar, he can do it.[/quote:t2xxmqpv]I think all of the "guitar gods" have fallen off a bit in recent years. And I don't really pay too much attention to them anymore. But their older material still holds up, like Malmsteens Marching Out. view post


posted 31 Dec 2004, 23:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Twisted Roots - Untitled=great view post


posted 03 Jan 2005, 01:01 by Annabel, Peralogue

To be honest, I'm not really a guitar god fan! However, I can listen to anything and appreciate it if its well done. The only thing I can't take much of is country music. All they ever sing about is how they're women left them, drinking and driving trucks. view post


posted 03 Jan 2005, 05:01 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Annabel":30c4pdl2]To be honest, I'm not really a guitar god fan! However, I can listen to anything and appreciate it if its well done. The only thing I can't take much of is country music. All they ever sing about is how they're women left them, drinking and driving trucks.[/quote:30c4pdl2]I feel the same way about country music, especially Pop-country, just usless money grabbing nonesense. I used to be in a Bluegrass band when I was a teenager, I can apreciate Bluegrass, but not most country and most forms of pop. view post


posted 14 Jan 2005, 21:01 by Fell, Peralogue

[img:m40yi5hg]http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B0003JAHBA.01.MZZZZZZZ.jpg[/img:m40yi5hg] Death from Above 1979 — [i:m40yi5hg]You're a Woman, I'm a Machine[/i:m40yi5hg] view post


posted 17 Jan 2005, 05:01 by AjDeath, Didact

Pungent Stench - Masters Of Moral, Servants Of Sin. view post


posted 19 Jan 2005, 15:01 by Da-krul, Auditor

Edguy - The Hellfire Club Got it for X-mas ^^ view post


posted 19 Jan 2005, 20:01 by AjDeath, Didact

The Haunted - The World Burns view post


posted 17 Feb 2005, 04:02 by AjDeath, Didact

Nevermore - Noumenon view post


posted 25 Feb 2005, 15:02 by sukoudo, Commoner

At this very moment, I'm listening to Voodoo Lady by Live. My playlist consists of a mix of Live, Scapegoat Wax, classical, Karl Sanders, Underworld Soundtrack tracks, Bush, Linkin Park, Tool, Anathema, Tonic, Candlebox, The Tea Party (my favorite band of all time), Corrs (unplugged, [i:1vrvedqe]Little Wing[/i:1vrvedqe]), Goo Goo Dolls, and a bunch of other stuff. Think I might switch to some good ol' Tea Party, though. It feels like a Tea Party kind of day. 8) ~Meg "I can't think of a good quote so I'll just pretend." ~Meg view post


posted 06 Mar 2005, 04:03 by AjDeath, Didact

@sukoudo - You like the Karl Sanders? :) NP - David Cross - It Isn't Funny. view post


posted 23 Mar 2005, 18:03 by Alric, Auditor

right at the moment... Jerry Garcia and David Grisman's - Acoustic Disc acd-2 view post


posted 23 Mar 2005, 22:03 by Cynadar, Candidate

Anybody in to Bad Religion? view post


posted 24 Mar 2005, 04:03 by Da-krul, Auditor

Nope, and I just cranked some Edguy - Hall of Flame view post


posted 03 Apr 2005, 06:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Crowbar - Fall Back To Zero. view post


posted 03 Apr 2005, 23:04 by Da-krul, Auditor

Iced Earth - The Dark Saga view post


posted 04 Apr 2005, 04:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Gordian Knot - Muttersprache view post


posted 04 Apr 2005, 20:04 by Echoex, Auditor

Miles Davis' "Blue in Green" from his Kind of Blue album. view post


posted 05 Apr 2005, 07:04 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Echoex":1jx21t8x]Miles Davis' "Blue in Green" from his Kind of Blue album.[/quote:1jx21t8x]Bill Evans is(was) god. Gordian Knot - Some Brighter Things view post


posted 10 Apr 2005, 17:04 by DarkMatter, Peralogue

The Beatles ~ Hello Good Bye view post


posted 11 Apr 2005, 00:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Opeth - Advent view post


posted 15 May 2005, 01:05 by Cynadar, Candidate

Nine Inch Nails -- With Teeth (the new one) view post


posted 16 May 2005, 22:05 by AjDeath, Didact

Led Zeppelin - in My Time Of Dying view post


posted 18 May 2005, 20:05 by AjDeath, Didact

Led Zeppelin - Kashmir view post


posted 01 Jun 2005, 03:06 by casterlyrock, Commoner

Yikes, its been quite awhile since my last post. Anyways... Demon Days-Gorillaz Street Songs-Rick James Stand Up-Dave Matthews Band The Art of Rhythm-Tom Harrell A Show of Hands-Victor Wooten It's Time-Michael Buble Soul Circus-Victor Wooten The Best of Parliament-Parliament Get Lifted-John Legend Swingin My Way Through College-Maynard Ferguson I like a bit of everything, from Hip Hop to Funk to Jazz to Rock. It's good to be back. view post


posted 01 Jun 2005, 23:06 by diarmuid, Peralogue

soul coughing "is chicago" view post


posted 02 Jun 2005, 21:06 by Alric, Auditor

Cold Play ~ A Rush of Blood to the Head Can certainly see why they are being compared to U2... it's a quality album. view post


posted 02 Jun 2005, 23:06 by AjDeath, Didact

CSNY - Ohio. Best song ever. view post


posted 03 Jun 2005, 21:06 by Deerow, Auditor

Fields of Athenry - Dropkick Murphys (and Bastards on Parade right after) view post


posted 03 Jun 2005, 21:06 by Murrin, Peralogue

Just finished: Deftones - White Pony And just started: Brand New - Deja Entendu I can never seem to stop listening to the same few albums. I need to start buying new stuff. :roll: view post


posted 05 Jun 2005, 01:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Twisted Roots - Every Now And Then view post


posted 05 Jun 2005, 10:06 by diarmuid, Peralogue

little mix i made up with dave matthews marron 5 pearl jam prince matt mays nice and mello in the mornin' view post


posted 06 Jun 2005, 13:06 by Murrin, Peralogue

The new White Stripes album, [i:1mnkmgg7]Get Behind Me Satan[/i:1mnkmgg7]. Alright, but apart from the single Blue Orchid nothing really stands out. Edit: this album grows on you, like some kind of musical fungus. I can't stop listening. view post


posted 06 Jun 2005, 16:06 by Deerow, Auditor

What am I listening to now? NOTHING! Because my damn sound card crapped out. GOD! (sorry...frustration mounting). view post


posted 07 Jun 2005, 01:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Opeth - Face Of Melinda view post


posted 07 Jun 2005, 03:06 by Da-krul, Auditor

Blind Guardian - The Maiden and the Minstrel Knight after that The Age of False Innocence view post


posted 08 Jun 2005, 00:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Living Colour - Cult Of Personality Vernon Reid SOLOS! view post


posted 09 Jun 2005, 01:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Meshuggah - Gods Of Rapture view post


posted 10 Jun 2005, 16:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Crowbar - The Voilent Reaction. view post


posted 11 Jun 2005, 15:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Meshuggauh - Catch 33, which should be mandatory listening for everyone. view post


posted 12 Jun 2005, 14:06 by AjDeath, Didact

All me! Bruce Dickinson - Tyranny Of Souls view post


posted 12 Jun 2005, 15:06 by Da-krul, Auditor

wooo! Dickinson rocks! Manowar - A Call to Arms view post


posted 13 Jun 2005, 23:06 by Deerow, Auditor

Invincible - Michael Jackson with an [i:2y95xojy]almost[/i:2y95xojy] clear conscience... view post


posted 13 Jun 2005, 23:06 by diarmuid, Peralogue

DMB Stand Up Not too shabby view post


posted 17 Jun 2005, 14:06 by Arkmam, Candidate

Kent - 400 Slag. Nice song by a Swedish band. view post


posted 22 Jun 2005, 00:06 by Scilvenas, Auditor

A couple tracks from the new Dredg album. Too much like their first album so far, which is to say, a little soft. view post


posted 25 Jun 2005, 18:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Sergey Rachmaninov - The Isle of the Dead Symphonic poem Op. 29 view post


posted 26 Jun 2005, 15:06 by Deerow, Auditor

the new Dropkick Murphys cd. view post


posted 27 Jun 2005, 03:06 by Da-krul, Auditor

Manowar - Warriors of the World United view post


posted 27 Jun 2005, 16:06 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Clutch Robot Hive : Exodus view post


posted 27 Jun 2005, 17:06 by AjDeath, Didact

Martin Springett - Painted Feet On Ochre Sand view post


posted 03 Jul 2005, 14:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Spastic Ink - Words For Nerds view post


posted 04 Jul 2005, 21:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Necrophagist - Diminished To b view post


posted 04 Jul 2005, 21:07 by Wil, Head Moderator

My entire iTunes on shuffle. It's fun. Try it. view post


posted 08 Jul 2005, 01:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Pearl Jam - Do The Evolution view post


posted 09 Jul 2005, 14:07 by Da-krul, Auditor

The Odyssey - Symphony X view post


posted 10 Jul 2005, 14:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Pungent Stench - The Amp Hymn view post


posted 13 Jul 2005, 00:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Pearl Jam - Fuckin' Up view post


posted 13 Jul 2005, 20:07 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Dream Theatre - Octavarium It might be good if I could get past the Air Supply/Europ sound of the lead vocalist. But I can't, so it sucks. view post


posted 19 Jul 2005, 00:07 by Scilvenas, Auditor

A couple of bands I've never ran across before. Isis and Therapy?.... courtesy of allmusic.com. view post


posted 23 Jul 2005, 00:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Windir - Svartasmeden Og Lundamyrstrollet view post


posted 26 Jul 2005, 01:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Dissection - In The COld Winds Of Nowhere. view post


posted 26 Jul 2005, 15:07 by Lucimay, Subdidact

in rotation on my mobile tune box: Trouble Man Soundtrack Marvin Gaye Pirates Rickie Lee Jones Birds of Fire Mahavishnu Orchestra Power To Believe King Crimson Rocket House and various cuts from other cd's of Chris Whitley Pure Funk (as seen on tv!) Kate McGarry Kate Bush Diana Krall Cure for Pain Morphine various assundry Steely Dan (mostly Two Against Nature and Can't Buy A Thrill) various cuts from Ok Computer and The Bends Radiohead a little of this...a little of that view post


posted 26 Jul 2005, 23:07 by target, Auditor

I listen to a lot of music, so its generally changing. Today, i have been mostly listening to: Doves. Last Broadcast and Some Cities. Awesome. view post


posted 29 Jul 2005, 01:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Nevermore - My Acid Words Opeth - Ghost Reveries view post


posted 29 Jul 2005, 04:07 by Da-krul, Auditor

Touched by the Crimson King - Demons and Wizards w000t! got thier new album :D not quite as good as the first one but good none the less. view post


posted 29 Jul 2005, 17:07 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Da-krul":x3wuerio]Touched by the Crimson King - Demons and Wizards w000t! got thier new album :D not quite as good as the first one but good none the less.[/quote:x3wuerio]It is pretty decent. The first is damn good though. NP - Nevermore - This Godless Endeavor view post


posted 30 Jul 2005, 18:07 by target, Auditor

The Mooney Suzuki - Alive and Amplified (the album, not just the song) view post


posted 31 Jul 2005, 18:07 by AjDeath, Didact

Opeth - The Grand Conjuration view post


posted 04 Aug 2005, 14:08 by target, Auditor

The cricket...the ashes in fact. Go England! Let's beat the Ozzies for a change. In fact, i think it's on Channel 4, i might go and watch..... view post


posted 05 Aug 2005, 00:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Deathspell Omega - Carnal Malefactor :!: view post


posted 05 Aug 2005, 22:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Deathspell Omega - Second Prayer view post


posted 06 Aug 2005, 14:08 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Dead Meadow - [i:1e7zpd0o]Feathers[/i:1e7zpd0o] view post


posted 06 Aug 2005, 18:08 by Rich the Great, Candidate

Deep Purple - Demon's Eye. view post


posted 06 Aug 2005, 21:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Dredg - Triangle view post


posted 06 Aug 2005, 21:08 by Scilvenas, Auditor

For the longest time, I thought El Cielo had came out before Leitmotif. Guess it's because I heard Leitmotif first, and liked it better, and thought it must have been an improvement over their first album. Turns out I was wrong. Dredg's new album is too much like their second one. I just haven't been able to get into it. view post


posted 07 Aug 2005, 16:08 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Sylvanus":xa2vuv1p]For the longest time, I thought El Cielo had came out before Leitmotif. Guess it's because I heard Leitmotif first, and liked it better, and thought it must have been an improvement over their first album. Turns out I was wrong. Dredg's new album is too much like their second one. I just haven't been able to get into it.[/quote:xa2vuv1p]El Cielo is the only Dredg album I have, and it is very fucking cool. I will have to look into the other two. Dredg - Same Ol' Road view post


posted 13 Aug 2005, 03:08 by Tol h'Eddes, Auditor

Jack Johnson's [i:3v9d50u5]In Between Dreams[/i:3v9d50u5] view post


posted 13 Aug 2005, 15:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Weakling - Dead As Dreams view post


posted 13 Aug 2005, 22:08 by target, Auditor

Kings of Leon - Aha Shake Heartbreak view post


posted 15 Aug 2005, 00:08 by Tattooed Hand, Auditor

I've listen to Cheb-i Sabbah's La Kahena all weekend. He mixes electronic music very artfully with (on this album) north and west african music and there's this funny song in North african colloquial whose refrain sounds like, "I know some shit." view post


posted 15 Aug 2005, 03:08 by Lucimay, Subdidact

Todd on the way to work this morning, Marvin Gaye on the way home. view post


posted 15 Aug 2005, 23:08 by WhiteLineRacer, Candidate

Dead Can Dance and Death in Vegas view post


posted 16 Aug 2005, 00:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Dredg - Yatahaze view post


posted 17 Aug 2005, 01:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Pungent Stench - No Guts, No Glory view post


posted 21 Aug 2005, 17:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Slayer - New Faith. view post


posted 21 Aug 2005, 21:08 by Scilvenas, Auditor

NIN - Downward Spiral view post


posted 22 Aug 2005, 00:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Slayer - Threshold view post


posted 22 Aug 2005, 03:08 by TheBrucolac, Commoner

Hmm. Umphrey's McGee, Porcupine Tree, Dream Theater, Phish, the Dead, Miles Davis... view post


posted 22 Aug 2005, 14:08 by Lucimay, Subdidact

Morphine [i:1lsruygz]Cure for Pain[/i:1lsruygz] on the way to work this morning... "we shoulda kept it every thursday thursday thursday in the afternoon, for a couple a beers and a game of pool, she was pretty good too.." mark sandman view post


posted 23 Aug 2005, 01:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Yesh, anyways, here is my audioscrobbler: http://www.last.fm/user/AjDeath/ view post


posted 28 Aug 2005, 00:08 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Toadies - "plane crash" view post


posted 28 Aug 2005, 16:08 by AjDeath, Didact

Russian Circles - You Already Did view post


posted 01 Sep 2005, 03:09 by Da-krul, Auditor

Advantasia - The Tower view post


posted 02 Sep 2005, 01:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Mahavishnu Orchestra - Dawn view post


posted 10 Sep 2005, 20:09 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Finntroll - Nattfodd view post


posted 11 Sep 2005, 00:09 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Fu Manchu - Ojo Rojo view post


posted 11 Sep 2005, 09:09 by Lucimay, Subdidact

AJ! so surprised to hear you are listening to Mahavishnu! Birds of Fire for me today, Miles Beyond. :D view post


posted 11 Sep 2005, 14:09 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Lucimay":1s0n4vb4]AJ! so surprised to hear you are listening to Mahavishnu! Birds of Fire for me today, Miles Beyond. :D[/quote:1s0n4vb4]I love them and I listen to a lot of fussion and jazz on occasion. Not now though - Gorguts - Sweet Silence. view post


posted 12 Sep 2005, 02:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Skeptisism - Nowhere view post


posted 15 Sep 2005, 01:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Dredg - Eighteen People Living In Harmony view post


posted 15 Sep 2005, 02:09 by Tol h'Eddes, Auditor

Pimsleur - Japanese 1 view post


posted 15 Sep 2005, 23:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Opeth - Dirge For November view post


posted 15 Sep 2005, 23:09 by Da-krul, Auditor

Demons and Wizards - The Gunslinger view post


posted 17 Sep 2005, 01:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Biomechanical - The Empires Of The Worlds view post


posted 22 Sep 2005, 23:09 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Ween - Shinola vol. 1 view post


posted 23 Sep 2005, 06:09 by Lucimay, Subdidact

i'm on a steely dan thing lately...been going thru all the old stuff, pretzel logic, katy lied, royal scam, etc... view post


posted 23 Sep 2005, 16:09 by Niwatam, Commoner

Mario Main Theme- Video Game Pianist view post


posted 23 Sep 2005, 17:09 by Lucimay, Subdidact

Chris Whitley this morning on the way to work. din of ecstacy, rocket house, dirt floor. view post


posted 23 Sep 2005, 23:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Co Conspirator - Run Mad. Cynic is back ? No, but still damn cool. view post


posted 25 Sep 2005, 14:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Frantic Bleep - ...But A Memory view post


posted 25 Sep 2005, 21:09 by Scilvenas, Auditor

QOTSA - "Avon" view post


posted 27 Sep 2005, 00:09 by AjDeath, Didact

Frantic Bleep - The Expulsion view post


posted 27 Sep 2005, 02:09 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Desert Sessions - "I Wanna Make It With You" Earlier I was listening to Primus' [i:32f2cpwh]Frizzle Fry[/i:32f2cpwh]. view post


posted 11 Oct 2005, 00:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Russian Circles - You Already Did view post


posted 11 Oct 2005, 02:10 by Da-krul, Auditor

Dragon Force - Fury of the Storm Just rediscovered this gem of a band, had misplaced thier cd's ages back. Good fun :D view post


posted 11 Oct 2005, 14:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

chet baker, miles, coltrane, and a few others, a little jazz mix i put on my mp3 player. view post


posted 12 Oct 2005, 01:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Gordian Knot - Srikara Tal view post


posted 13 Oct 2005, 03:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

chick corea, return to forever, the zepsters, IV view post


posted 14 Oct 2005, 01:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Alchemist - Nature On A Leash view post


posted 16 Oct 2005, 21:10 by Tol h'Eddes, Auditor

Xavier Rudd's [i:2z9a1116]Solace[/i:2z9a1116] view post


posted 16 Oct 2005, 21:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

Clash-London Calling :) view post


posted 17 Oct 2005, 00:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Arsis - A Diamond For Disease view post


posted 18 Oct 2005, 02:10 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Primus - [i:24qm6fo5]Seas of Cheese[/i:24qm6fo5] view post


posted 19 Oct 2005, 15:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Arsis - A Diamond For Disease. 13 minutes of melodic insanity originally written for a ballet but instead recorded with about 50 guitar tracks and blast beats. Only "wow" suffices. view post


posted 19 Oct 2005, 15:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

miscellaneous men mix on my mp3 player (while doing piles of data entry, ugh) which includes Cheap Trick, Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, New Radicals, Paul Simon, Cuts from Pure Funk: As Seen on Television, Allman Bros, and , of course, Chris Whitley. view post


posted 21 Oct 2005, 01:10 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Drain STH - "Ace of Spades" (appropriate, since I'm in a poker tourney) view post


posted 21 Oct 2005, 04:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

poker tourney huh. you ARE a gunslinger! no aces and eights now! :) right now listening to Benefit-Jethro Tull view post


posted 21 Oct 2005, 21:10 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Sylvanus":s1yoggfc]Drain STH - "Ace of Spades" (appropriate, since I'm in a poker tourney)[/quote:s1yoggfc]What happened to Motohead? Ephel Duath - The Painter's Pallete - Irinical Communion (Amber) view post


posted 23 Oct 2005, 19:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

Listening to Catus-Cactology now. view post


posted 23 Oct 2005, 21:10 by Scilvenas, Auditor

[quote="AjDeath":3eby1esi][quote="Sylvanus":3eby1esi]Drain STH - "Ace of Spades" (appropriate, since I'm in a poker tourney)[/quote:3eby1esi]What happened to Motohead? Ephel Duath - The Painter's Pallete - Irinical Communion (Amber)[/quote:3eby1esi] Yeah, the Motorhead version's better, but I don't have it, unfortunately. view post


posted 25 Oct 2005, 00:10 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Sylvanus":2df1m3wm][quote="AjDeath":2df1m3wm][quote="Sylvanus":2df1m3wm]Drain STH - "Ace of Spades" (appropriate, since I'm in a poker tourney)[/quote:2df1m3wm]What happened to Motohead? Ephel Duath - The Painter's Pallete - Irinical Communion (Amber)[/quote:2df1m3wm] Yeah, the Motorhead version's better, but I don't have it, unfortunately.[/quote:2df1m3wm]I could upload the track for you. Give me a bit. Disgorge - Parallels Of Infinite Toture view post


posted 25 Oct 2005, 15:10 by Lucimay, Subdidact

Yes-Close to the Edge view post


posted 27 Oct 2005, 02:10 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

wow i havent posted here in a longggg time. NP: Demons And Wizards - Touched By The Crimson King view post


posted 29 Oct 2005, 17:10 by AjDeath, Didact

Ephel Duath - pleonasm Anybody else like this wacky jazzy death metallers and their wacky avant-garde jazzy death metal hardcore stew of whackiness. view post


posted 31 Oct 2005, 05:10 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="AjDeath":9klednyt]Ephel Duath - pleonasm Anybody else like this wacky jazzy death metallers and their wacky avant-garde jazzy death metal hardcore stew of whackiness.[/quote:9klednyt] How good is the new arsis? i have a sample of one of the songs but i havent got a change to hear the whole thing. is it worth buying view post


posted 01 Nov 2005, 00:11 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Orion_metalhead":3cf66x3z][quote="AjDeath":3cf66x3z]Ephel Duath - pleonasm Anybody else like this wacky jazzy death metallers and their wacky avant-garde jazzy death metal hardcore stew of whackiness.[/quote:3cf66x3z] How good is the new arsis? i have a sample of one of the songs but i havent got a change to hear the whole thing. is it worth buying[/quote:3cf66x3z]YES!!!!!! I enjoy this three song EP more than A Celebration Of Guilt, and I love that album. It completely destroys anything anyother band has done in say, three to four years. view post


posted 01 Nov 2005, 16:11 by Tattooed Hand, Auditor

Head for the Shallows by Big Business! The singer is the last living member of Karp and his voice is utterly haunting! view post


posted 10 Nov 2005, 07:11 by Anonymous, Subdidact

[quote="AjDeath":2c6w38kp][quote="Orion_metalhead":2c6w38kp][quote="AjDeath":2c6w38kp]Ephel Duath - pleonasm Anybody else like this wacky jazzy death metallers and their wacky avant-garde jazzy death metal hardcore stew of whackiness.[/quote:2c6w38kp] How good is the new arsis? i have a sample of one of the songs but i havent got a change to hear the whole thing. is it worth buying[/quote:2c6w38kp]YES!!!!!! I enjoy this three song EP more than A Celebration Of Guilt, and I love that album. It completely destroys anything anyother band has done in say, three to four years.[/quote:2c6w38kp] i just heard the title track and it blew me away. i agree with you that it is better than ACoG. Im trying to get it on ebay right now for a bit cheeper than the stores. im also trying to findn the new Akercocke album im having difficulty finding it for less that what i would pay elsewhere. view post


posted 11 Nov 2005, 01:11 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Anonymous":19lz1a0m][quote="AjDeath":19lz1a0m][quote="Orion_metalhead":19lz1a0m][quote="AjDeath":19lz1a0m]Ephel Duath - pleonasm Anybody else like this wacky jazzy death metallers and their wacky avant-garde jazzy death metal hardcore stew of whackiness.[/quote:19lz1a0m] How good is the new arsis? i have a sample of one of the songs but i havent got a change to hear the whole thing. is it worth buying[/quote:19lz1a0m]YES!!!!!! I enjoy this three song EP more than A Celebration Of Guilt, and I love that album. It completely destroys anything anyother band has done in say, three to four years.[/quote:19lz1a0m] i just heard the title track and it blew me away. i agree with you that it is better than ACoG. Im trying to get it on ebay right now for a bit cheeper than the stores. im also trying to findn the new Akercocke album im having difficulty finding it for less that what i would pay elsewhere.[/quote:19lz1a0m]My pick for best album of the year, followed by Crowbar, Rammstein, Nevermore, Darkane, Meshuggah and a couple others I am forggeting. It has been a decent year. Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone is pretty decent, I still have to give it some time as I have only listened to it three times. NP - Bloodbath - The Ascension view post


posted 12 Nov 2005, 16:11 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="Anonymous":1n75ogd6][quote="AjDeath":1n75ogd6][quote="Orion_metalhead":1n75ogd6][quote="AjDeath":1n75ogd6]Ephel Duath - pleonasm Anybody else like this wacky jazzy death metallers and their wacky avant-garde jazzy death metal hardcore stew of whackiness.[/quote:1n75ogd6] How good is the new arsis? i have a sample of one of the songs but i havent got a change to hear the whole thing. is it worth buying[/quote:1n75ogd6]YES!!!!!! I enjoy this three song EP more than A Celebration Of Guilt, and I love that album. It completely destroys anything anyother band has done in say, three to four years.[/quote:1n75ogd6] i just heard the title track and it blew me away. i agree with you that it is better than ACoG. Im trying to get it on ebay right now for a bit cheeper than the stores. im also trying to findn the new Akercocke album im having difficulty finding it for less that what i would pay elsewhere.[/quote:1n75ogd6]Oh yeah, if you have winrar (or something similar), I can upload both albums for you. NP - Ephel Duath - Praha. Jazz! (jazz hands!) view post


posted 21 Dec 2005, 01:12 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Failure - Undone view post


posted 22 Dec 2005, 04:12 by AjDeath, Didact

Mono (Japan) - a speeding car view post


posted 30 Dec 2005, 16:12 by DarkMatter, Peralogue

Reverend Horton Heat ~Lie Detector view post


posted 30 Dec 2005, 17:12 by Aldarion, Sorcerer-of-Rank

Bob Marley - [i:8w8md18b]Uprising[/i:8w8md18b] - This is a good album. Sadly, Bob died of cancer a year after this was released. view post


posted 01 Jan 2006, 04:01 by Nasrudin's Shadow, Candidate

Nico's "Chelsea Girl" Such a strange and mesmerizing voice, such wonderful arrangements. view post


posted 03 Jan 2006, 04:01 by AjDeath, Didact

Isis - So Did We view post


posted 06 Jan 2006, 23:01 by Scilvenas, Auditor

Los Natas - [i:125ns3uj]Delmar[/i:125ns3uj] view post


posted 07 Jan 2006, 03:01 by Nauticus, Auditor

The Tangent - A Place in the Queue view post


posted 13 Jan 2006, 04:01 by AjDeath, Didact

SOundgarden - Fell On Black Days view post


posted 21 Feb 2006, 00:02 by painbird, Candidate

David Gilmour - On an Island view post


posted 21 Feb 2006, 06:02 by Inner_visions, Candidate

Was listening to Combat Baby on repeat for the last 'romp in the park 'of TTT and Achaiman's final stand. Metric - Old WOrld Underground view post


posted 27 Mar 2006, 18:03 by AjDeath, Didact

Canvas Solaris - Penumbra Diffuse view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 22:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Gone back to the Bloodbath as of late. :twisted: view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 22:04 by Gregor Lux, Candidate

Always Stereolab. view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 23:04 by Xray the Enforcer, Auditor

Ninja High School. It's the only thing keeping me from indulging in a screaming fit in the middle of the office. Nexis searches = soul killers. view post


posted 03 Apr 2006, 23:04 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Lostprophets-Make a Move view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 12:04 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="AjDeath":2zrwgypp]Gone back to the Bloodbath as of late. :twisted:[/quote:2zrwgypp] [img:2zrwgypp]http://www.bravewords.com/braveboard/images/smiles/shred.gif[/img:2zrwgypp] at work, crappy radio.. grossss while waking up: bathory- blood fire death view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 16:04 by Xray the Enforcer, Auditor

On the subway to work: started with Killing Joke. no joy. followed it up with Khanate. Much better. Now, Glenn Miller. I can't edit when there's peeps screaming in the background. view post


posted 04 Apr 2006, 21:04 by Entropic_existence, Moderator

I just hit play on Amarok and the first random song to come up on my mega playlist was Dave Matthews Band - All Along the Watchtower... yea I'm mellow right now :) view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 03:04 by glaz, Peralogue

listening to classic '90's band as of right now. particularly Pearl Jam. view post


posted 05 Apr 2006, 21:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Nevermore and Suffocation on rotation. view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 07:04 by Curethan, Didact

System of a Down. Judas Priest. Wolfmother. Queens of the Stone Age. *Randomize - Wig out* view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 12:04 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

just picked up the new akercocke and the windir tribute album, so i'll be listening to those mostly. i also have a LARGE pile of random promos to go through. tho most of those will suck. view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 21:04 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Rammstein view post


posted 06 Apr 2006, 23:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Indukti view post


posted 07 Apr 2006, 00:04 by Edge of Certainty, Subdidact

ancient celtic music, Chinese orchestra, and Traditional Japanese Biwa (and other instruments) view post


posted 16 Apr 2006, 23:04 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Metallica view post


posted 17 Apr 2006, 09:04 by MoP, Commoner

Vicarious by Tool view post


posted 17 Apr 2006, 17:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Ephel Duath. Jazz, hardcore, black metal. view post


posted 18 Apr 2006, 09:04 by Curethan, Didact

Opeth, Neil Diamond, the Specials view post


posted 18 Apr 2006, 12:04 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

moonsorrow - verisäkeet view post


posted 18 Apr 2006, 16:04 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Rammstein view post


posted 18 Apr 2006, 22:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Bohren & Der Club of Gore - Sunset Mission - Dead End Angels view post


posted 02 Nov 2006, 19:11 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Im in a bit of ressurecting mood(likely because of Im sick and bored) so Im bringing this topic back. Defy You- The Offspring view post


posted 02 Nov 2006, 21:11 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

as i head home from work, my ipod is playing storm- nordavind. view post


posted 03 Nov 2006, 13:11 by Harrol, Moderator

The voices in my head. view post


posted 03 Nov 2006, 19:11 by Hellscythe, Auditor

30 seconds to Mars- A Beautiful Lie Breaking Benjamin- Unknown Soldier view post


posted 04 Nov 2006, 00:11 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Wild Thing- Jimi Hendrix view post


posted 04 Nov 2006, 16:11 by Hellscythe, Auditor

Hoobastank- Born to Lead view post


posted 04 Nov 2006, 17:11 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Original Prankster- The Offspring view post


posted 27 Nov 2006, 16:11 by Echoex, Auditor

Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone... Marvin Gaye... view post


posted 27 Nov 2006, 19:11 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Lunch Lady Land- Adam Sandler view post


posted 28 Nov 2006, 16:11 by Harrol, Moderator

The Black Parade - My Chemical Romance view post


posted 28 Nov 2006, 21:11 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Headstrong- Trapt view post


posted 29 Nov 2006, 05:11 by Edge of Certainty, Subdidact

ok, right now i'm totally into Muse, The Postal Service, Death Cab for Cutie, and Flogging Molly...also Efterklang and 65daysofstatic...rock on view post


posted 29 Nov 2006, 19:11 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

You Know My Name- Chris Cornell (Casino Royale Theme Song) view post


posted 30 Nov 2006, 14:11 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

if any of you like weird chaotic sort of music you should check out stolen babies from LA. they played here last night, after crashing on my living room floor for a couple days. they are an awesome, awesome band. [img:2dk7lige]http://www.noofficialcapacity.net/NoC/Bandpics/New/Stolen_Babies_11_29_2k6/16.jpg[/img:2dk7lige] [img:2dk7lige]http://www.noofficialcapacity.net/NoC/Bandpics/New/Stolen_Babies_11_29_2k6/12.jpg[/img:2dk7lige] view post


posted 30 Nov 2006, 16:11 by alhana, Auditor

Christmas music, in all kinds of varieties!!! I am singing in a choir production at my church, so some of my music is just my practice CD. The rest of the time, it is the Lite Music station........I swear though, if they play Feliz Navidad one more time....... I love Christmas and I love the music, for the most part, so it puts me in the holiday spirit. view post


posted 30 Nov 2006, 16:11 by AjDeath, Didact

Last "heavy" album I listened to Was Isis - In the Absence Of Truth. Been listening to Audioslaves first album a lot. :oops: view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 03:12 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Staring at the Sun- The Offspring view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 14:12 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

this morning was nokturnal mortum- weltanschauung.. which is all i've been listening to for the last couple weeks... besides stolen babies and kroda. view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 16:12 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Uncle Johnny- the Killers view post


posted 28 Dec 2006, 18:12 by TollofDays, Peralogue

im listening to Brand New. Their new cd 'The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me' is excellent. It's the best cd i have heard in a long time. view post


posted 29 Dec 2006, 04:12 by paddyenglish, Candidate

the fun lovin criminals, tenacious D, Mettalica and janis joplin thank god for the ipod :D view post


posted 29 Dec 2006, 04:12 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Im listening to random music on my new Zune which is pretty sick nasty. view post


posted 17 Jan 2007, 21:01 by Harrol, Moderator

The Wall - Pink Floyd view post


posted 18 Jan 2007, 00:01 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Three Little Birds- Bob Marley view post


posted 03 Feb 2007, 22:02 by AjDeath, Didact

Hieronymous Bosch - Artificial emotions. Not the painter, Russian band. view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 03:02 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Fix You- Coldplay view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 13:02 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

nokturnal mortum- weltanshauung view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 14:02 by TheDarkness, Peralogue

Hey love that fix you song by coldplay. but i am currently listening to Tenacious D's new CD the Pick of Destiny. Very good CD my favorite song is #13 but i have to say alot of the others are growing on me. view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 19:02 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Purple Haze- Jimi Hendrix view post


posted 05 Feb 2007, 20:02 by AjDeath, Didact

Still Hieronymous Bosch. Brilliant stuff. view post


posted 07 Feb 2007, 16:02 by Harrol, Moderator

45- Shinedown view post


posted 07 Feb 2007, 19:02 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Oh Yeah- the Subways view post


posted 08 Feb 2007, 14:02 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

pungent stench- been caught buttering view post


posted 23 Feb 2007, 20:02 by Harrol, Moderator

Vicarious-Tool view post


posted 24 Feb 2007, 18:02 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Children of Men soundtrack view post


posted 26 Feb 2007, 05:02 by Buckethead, Peralogue

Emily Haines' album "knives don't have your back"... beautiful. view post


posted 26 Feb 2007, 13:02 by Harrol, Moderator

The Red-Chevelle view post


posted 26 Feb 2007, 16:02 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Kashmir- Led Zeppelin view post


posted 26 Feb 2007, 21:02 by Nauticus, Auditor

Ours - Distorted Lullabies view post


posted 01 Mar 2007, 09:03 by Curethan, Didact

Shonen Knife view post


posted 01 Mar 2007, 14:03 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

ghoul - splatterthrash view post


posted 01 Mar 2007, 17:03 by Harrol, Moderator

One-Metallica view post


posted 05 Mar 2007, 13:03 by Harrol, Moderator

Foiled-Blue October. view post


posted 18 Mar 2007, 03:03 by AjDeath, Didact

[quote="gierra":3lacpqm2]pungent stench- been caught buttering[/quote:3lacpqm2] Holy crap, I listened to that the other day, loved Ampeauty and cannot wait for their new album to come out. As of now though I am listening to Jerry Cantrell's first album Boggy Depot. view post


posted 19 Mar 2007, 17:03 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

hehe ampeauty is awesome too... well, anythign the stench has ever done is awesome. np. finntroll- midnattens widunder view post


posted 19 Mar 2007, 18:03 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Bling(Confessions of a King)- the Killers view post


posted 26 Mar 2007, 06:03 by Jamara, Auditor

Nothing Compares 2 You - Sinead O'Connor And the Black Snake Moan Soundtrack [quote="Warrior-Poet":1cc45w8y]Bling(Confessions of a King)- the Killers[/quote:1cc45w8y] Nice view post


posted 30 Mar 2007, 03:03 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

While My Guitar Gently Weeps- Peter Frampton Frampton>All, well not really but he still plays amazingly well. view post


posted 07 Apr 2007, 07:04 by avatar_of_existence, Peralogue

Cocorosie, Antony and the Johnsons, Yann Tiersen's "Le Phare" and Will Oldham in the band Songs: Ohia. view post


posted 09 Apr 2007, 21:04 by Ajokli, Commoner

Deadwood Soundtrack; Calamity Jane singing Row Row Row your boat. Because it makes me giggle like a maniac. view post


posted 13 Apr 2007, 04:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Anthrax - Inside Out view post


posted 13 Apr 2007, 14:04 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

dissection- the somberlain view post


posted 13 Apr 2007, 18:04 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Figured You Out- Nickelback view post


posted 15 Apr 2007, 19:04 by AjDeath, Didact

Exodus - Deathamphetamine view post


posted 18 Jun 2007, 15:06 by IcarusXIII, Candidate

Clenching the fists of dissent- Machine Head It's a change of pace from the Traveling Wilburys view post


posted 19 Jun 2007, 22:06 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Learn to Fly- Foo Fighters view post


posted 20 Jun 2007, 13:06 by Hellscythe, Auditor

Never Too Late: Three Days Grace view post


posted 20 Jun 2007, 17:06 by Warrior-Poet, Moderator

Monkey Wrench- Foo Fighters view post


posted 21 Jun 2007, 22:06 by IcarusXIII, Candidate

Thunderhorse-Dethklok view post


posted 22 Jun 2007, 17:06 by Harrol, Moderator

Animal I Have Become - Three Days Grace view post


posted 23 Jun 2007, 23:06 by IcarusXIII, Candidate

VAST, the entire nude album. It's just awsome. view post


posted 27 Jun 2007, 14:06 by IcarusXIII, Candidate

The new Paradise Lost album In Requiem. I've seen these guys almost everytime they've played Scotland in the last 5 years and I've been looking forward to the new album since they played a song from it at the last gig. view post


posted 02 Jul 2007, 17:07 by Jamara, Auditor

Worker's Song - Drop Kick Murphys view post


posted 03 Jul 2007, 18:07 by Hellscythe, Auditor

Forever- Papa Roach view post


posted 16 Jul 2007, 14:07 by Curethan, Didact

New Tomohawk album - damn that Mike Patton is a freak. view post


posted 03 Oct 2007, 21:10 by Urchin, Commoner

Elgar Cello Concerto - Natalie Clein. view post


posted 09 Oct 2007, 08:10 by Jamara, Auditor

A lot of Jarvis Cocker and Brandi Carlile view post


posted 18 Oct 2007, 11:10 by xatantius, Candidate

Bloc Party, Arctic Monkeys, Editors...i like my British musics. We need more British musicsin Australia, everyone sings in and about pubs over here. view post


posted 17 Jan 2008, 11:01 by Curethan, Didact

Bumblebeez - Prince Umberto and the sister of Ill. Theres some ozzie toons that you wont hear in pubs, mate. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 May 2008, 14:05 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

picked up a bunch of new cds in baltimore last week... gronibard s/t japanische kampforspiele - deutschland von vorne gruesome stuff relish - horror rises from the tomb leng tch'e vs warscars and a whole lot more in the mailbox when i came home...new tyr and hollenthon albums, svartsot - ravenes saga, einherjer - norwegian native art, bunch of old mithotyn and anacrusis albums... gotta try to give them all a good listen... gotta stop getting so many new albums at once :p view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Jun 2008, 06:06 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="gierra":3eoi2t6p]new tyr [/quote:3eoi2t6p] Is that Land? I purchased that a few days ago as well. Will throw it in the cd player tomorrow. I've been stuck on Judas Priest's new album for the past four days now. Time for a change. [quote="gierra":3eoi2t6p]anacrusis albums...[/quote:3eoi2t6p] This is worth quoting for the mention of Anacrusis. [quote="gierra":3eoi2t6p]gotta stop getting so many new albums at once :p[/quote:3eoi2t6p] I have the same problem. NP: Edguy - Rocketride Chemical Annihilation - Why Die? Tyr - Land Grand Magus - Monument view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 23 Jun 2008, 17:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

anacrusis ruuules. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 23 Jun 2008, 20:06 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":1qppzzri][quote="gierra":1qppzzri]new tyr [/quote:1qppzzri] Is that Land? I purchased that a few days ago as well. Will throw it in the cd player tomorrow.[/quote:1qppzzri] I've quite enjoyed previous Týr albums, and must pick up [i:1qppzzri]Land[/i:1qppzzri] sometime. Heavens only know where I'll find it down here. Maybe on my next trip to the States .... (My local record shops tend to be very mainstream in their selection, and international mail-ordered CDs ... may not ever show up! Books seem to arrive more safely, however. So of late I've been simply revisiting my "back catalogue" or downloading freely available concerts or freebie tracks from random musicians on MySpace or something!) As my listening moods swing rapidly, I had to mine the stats out of iTunes to see what I've been spinning in the last week! Looks like I've been having a classic rock kind of seven-night: a lot of old Jethro Tull and Iron Maiden, some Blue Öyster Cult, Hawkwind, the whole [i:1qppzzri]Cei ce Ne-au Dat Nume[/i:1qppzzri] album by Phoenix (awesome and criminally obscure Romanian folk/prog/proto-metal kinda band), Nightwish, Kyuss, Type O Negative (OK, those latter ones fall less into the "classic rock category", but anyway ....), some of my own home-recordings 8) ... mmm, even a Cure track in there! view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 05:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

definitely pick up land... i've listened to it almost every day since i got it... growing on me more with each listen... better than ragnarok, not as good as eric the red, i don;t think, but it could surpass it.. also got to see them live recently, which was awesome... [img:2hbvgtzc]http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f373/grindum/KL8Z9097.jpg[/img:2hbvgtzc] yes, i'm dressed like a viking. shut up. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 05:06 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Ha! Most excellent! Better be careful of those Faeroese (sp?) however. Heri mentioned in an interview that their nation kidnapped almost all their women from the British Isles during the times they were settling the Islands. Gatu Rima is without a doubt my personal favorite on the album though its all fairly solid. I will have to salvage their other albums off my hard drive and burn them to cd's for the car. NP: Manegarm - Vargstenen view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 07:06 by Curethan, Didact

Ha. I just scored Judas Preist's newie. Idk, liked angel of destruction better. Finally I get to see em play in september tho, woooooo stoked! Horns up! view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 12:06 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="Curethan":18xrms7c]Ha. I just scored Judas Preist's newie. Idk, liked angel of destruction better. Finally I get to see em play in september tho, woooooo stoked! Horns up![/quote:18xrms7c] I thought that Nostradamus had some excellent tracks but if it wasn't two discs it would be a stronger. more consistent album. It is worth its price for Conquest alone though. Damn, that song slays. As far as I am concerned, Screaming for Vengeance will always be the best. BLOOODSTONE!! I am seeing them in August with Heaven and Hell, Motorhead and Testament. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 15:06 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":n0bmk9ev]I am seeing them [Judas Priest] in August with Heaven and Hell, Motorhead and Testament.[/quote:n0bmk9ev] Ah, I had to miss H&H's London date last year due to moving to South America! :cry: People told me they were fab, though. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jun 2008, 15:06 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="gierra":ipjqfb2m]yes, i'm dressed like a viking. shut up.[/quote:ipjqfb2m] Ah, well, I've spent my share of time dressed like a viking ... as one does! 8) Admittedly, not (knowingly) in the company of Viking metal bands. ;) To keep in compliance with the title of the thread, I'm now listening to [i:ipjqfb2m]Iselija[/i:ipjqfb2m] by Gåte (Norwegian folk-rock) and [i:ipjqfb2m]Elverhøy[/i:ipjqfb2m] by Helene Bøksle (Norwegian folk-pop). All this talk of Vikings has affected me! But that'll be enough of Norway, though -- and the gentler side of things. I'll have to move sideways in to Sweden or Finland next, and ramp up the volume. :twisted: view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jun 2008, 13:06 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

Carl, check out Hardingrock. Immediately. NP: Lethal Strike - Mass Hysteria... I haven't finished mixing the track but I should finish this one up today. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jun 2008, 14:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="Orion_metalhead":36znfk1x]Ha! Most excellent! Better be careful of those Faeroese (sp?) however. Heri mentioned in an interview that their nation kidnapped almost all their women from the British Isles during the times they were settling the Islands. [/quote:36znfk1x] i think i'd be pretty ok with that. :P np. pungent stench been caught buttering view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jun 2008, 14:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

oh, if you like månegarm, you should check out heidevolk (from netherlands).. just picked up one of their eps, gotta pick up their latest full lentgh, it's really great stuff... i've been working on a viking series of paintings lately so i have been listening to almost nothing but folk and viking metal.. with a healthy amount of french p.orno grind thrown in for good measure. *edit.. what the crap? p.orno is a bad word? view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jun 2008, 16:06 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":130ej9j6]Carl, check out Hardingrock. Immediately.[/quote:130ej9j6] I found their MySpace page with a few tunes on it: Cool. I'm not wholly convinced that the death/black metal vox on "Faens marsj" add a lot, but that may be because I've never been a big fan of ye olde cookie monster vocals. (They work for me sometimes, like on Amorphis, but usually not so much.) I might have been tempted to use more of Heidi's vox, but then again I [i:130ej9j6]am[/i:130ej9j6] a fan of female vocals over heavy music, so again that might just be me. I dig the Hardanger fiddle with metaloid rhythms though. Right on! Googling around, I found an interview with Ihsahn saying how fiddler Knut Buen was interested in taking little segments of traditional tunes and using them as a basis from which to build a rock riff; that's an idea I've played with a little bit now and again, and intend to do more with. The other track there, "Daudingen", is considerably more mellow in tone, but groovily atmospheric. I can sometimes catch bits of the Nynorsk lyrics on this one. (I used to speak passable if broken Swedish, which made at least some Norwegian dialects and variants semi-comprehensible when I heard them ... though rather less so these days!) Yeah, good stuff! Thanks for the tip. :) I hope to be able to check out more of their music. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 28 Jun 2008, 06:06 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="carlsefni":1zp8lh0d][quote="Orion_metalhead":1zp8lh0d]Carl, check out Hardingrock. Immediately.[/quote:1zp8lh0d] I found their MySpace page with a few tunes on it: Cool. I'm not wholly convinced that the death/black metal vox on "Faens marsj" add a lot, but that may be because I've never been a big fan of ye olde cookie monster vocals. (They work for me sometimes, like on Amorphis, but usually not so much.) I might have been tempted to use more of Heidi's vox, but then again I [i:1zp8lh0d]am[/i:1zp8lh0d] a fan of female vocals over heavy music, so again that might just be me. I dig the Hardanger fiddle with metaloid rhythms though. Right on! Googling around, I found an interview with Ihsahn saying how fiddler Knut Buen was interested in taking little segments of traditional tunes and using them as a basis from which to build a rock riff; that's an idea I've played with a little bit now and again, and intend to do more with. The other track there, "Daudingen", is considerably more mellow in tone, but groovily atmospheric. I can sometimes catch bits of the Nynorsk lyrics on this one. (I used to speak passable if broken Swedish, which made at least some Norwegian dialects and variants semi-comprehensible when I heard them ... though rather less so these days!) Yeah, good stuff! Thanks for the tip. :) I hope to be able to check out more of their music.[/quote:1zp8lh0d] You want me to upload the cd for you? I actually have an indepth interview with him about the project. I'll try and scan it into the computer. It appeared in one of the issues of Zero Tolerance Magazine. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 28 Jun 2008, 06:06 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

[quote="gierra":2nmhnn8r] *edit.. what the crap? p.orno is a bad word?[/quote:2nmhnn8r] Its probably a method to filter out spammers trying to link to adult websites. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 28 Jun 2008, 16:06 by Harrol, Moderator

Yes it is part of the spam filter. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 28 Jun 2008, 17:06 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":3rl84gzg]You want me to upload the cd for you? I actually have an indepth interview with him about the project. I'll try and scan it into the computer. It appeared in one of the issues of Zero Tolerance Magazine.[/quote:3rl84gzg] Aw, well, I [i:3rl84gzg]try[/i:3rl84gzg] to resist to temptation to acquire dodgy copies of stuff (though the temptation is becoming increasingly great now that my location makes mail-ordering legit CDs extremely difficult!). I appreciate the difficulties non-mainstream and small-scale musicians face in trying to make a living from their music (having been a small-scale, non-mainstream musician at times). Still ... if the Ihsahn or the others said it was OK to pass electronic copies along to me, I wouldn't turn them away. :) But I would like to read your interview! I dig traditional music and the ways in which tradition continues to adapt and involve. That's a little hobby-horse of mine ..... :) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 28 Jun 2008, 18:06 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":3io6rb3w][quote="gierra":3io6rb3w] *edit.. what the crap? p.orno is a bad word?[/quote:3io6rb3w] Its probably a method to filter out spammers trying to link to adult websites.[/quote:3io6rb3w] No worries: We just need a list of rude words from the languages of Eärwa, and then we can blaspheme away (in a most topical fashion for the forum!) without tripping the English-language spam filters. :D view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Jun 2008, 14:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

duh, i didn't even think of that. :P np. heidevolk - wodan heerst view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Jun 2008, 14:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

sweet jebus i finally made sorcerer of rank.. in your face! view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Jun 2008, 18:06 by Harrol, Moderator

That does it Gierra I am deleting you. Then you can complain that the man is keeping you down :twisted: view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 30 Jun 2008, 04:06 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

you delete me and i cut you *shakes chainsaw* view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 05 Jul 2008, 03:07 by Orion_metalhead, Auditor

NP: GRAND f'ing MAGUS - IRON WILL best album of the year for me. By Far. More than Far. MOTORHEAD - NO SLEEP TILL HAMMERSMITH view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 05 Jul 2008, 14:07 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

yay for cds in the mail! np. månegarm - havets vargar view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 07 Jul 2008, 17:07 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":33hyyfe1]GRAND f'ing MAGUS - IRON WILL best album of the year for me. By Far. More than Far.[/quote:33hyyfe1] Ah, that's the band of the same guy who now sings for the Spiritual Beggars, no? What I've heard of Grand Magus has been excellent, but I've not heard enough and will have to try to check 'em out. [quote="Orion_metalhead":33hyyfe1]MOTORHEAD - NO SLEEP TILL HAMMERSMITH[/quote:33hyyfe1] Can't go wrong. Lemmy made me want to play bass. :) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Jul 2008, 06:07 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. gronibard -satanic tuning club view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Jul 2008, 17:07 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. pungent stench - been caught buttering.. good cleaning music \m/ view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Jul 2008, 23:07 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="carlsefni":vxalrbi0]We just need a list of rude words from the languages of Eärwa, and then we can blaspheme away (in a most topical fashion for the forum!) without tripping the English-language spam filters. :D[/quote:vxalrbi0] I keep thinking about this, actually .... Maybe I have the nub of a topic about languages of Eärwa for one of the on-topic sections of the forum. :D To keep this on-topic for the off-topic thread: now playing ... err, I'm reviewing one of my home recordings actually! Drums need work and the vox need re-recording .... But I need to change up from the mad Nordic folk-metal binge that this forum-thread plunged me into. :lol: I need to go listen to totally different, like Egyptian pop music or something. (My tendancy toward [i:vxalrbi0]everything louder than everything else[/i:vxalrbi0] will return soon enough of its own accord ....) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 09 Jul 2008, 07:07 by Curethan, Didact

Flight of the Conchords hahahahahahahhahahaha, thats some funny shit - and good music too view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 09 Jul 2008, 15:07 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

[quote="carlsefni":15qfz453][quote="carlsefni":15qfz453]We just need a list of rude words from the languages of Eärwa, and then we can blaspheme away (in a most topical fashion for the forum!) without tripping the English-language spam filters. :D[/quote:15qfz453] I keep thinking about this, actually .... Maybe I have the nub of a topic about languages of Eärwa for one of the on-topic sections of the forum. :D [/quote:15qfz453] i always appreciate different languages to curse in. np. cruachan - pagan view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 10 Jul 2008, 04:07 by Trinket, Candidate

The Strokes- Reptilia Not one of my favourite bands, but definitely one of my favourite songs :D view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Jul 2008, 14:07 by Almighty Tallest, Candidate

The Black Keys - [i:13t9qafd]Leavin' Trunk[/i:13t9qafd] Saw them live this weekend. I am a firm believer that everybody should listen to these guys every single day. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Jul 2008, 19:07 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. grabnebelfûrsten - von schemen und trugbildern view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Jul 2008, 23:07 by carlsefni, Peralogue

Borodin's "In the Steppes of Central Asia", from one of the cheap-but-cheerful Naxos collections, I think. I'm a sucker for the 19th-century Romanticists. 8) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 23 Jul 2008, 19:07 by ThePrinceofNothing, Candidate

Amorphis- To Father's Cabin view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 31 Jul 2008, 21:07 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="ThePrinceofNothing":73cozd00]Amorphis- To Father's Cabin[/quote:73cozd00] Ah, by the gods above and below, I do love Amorphis! A band that really crams all sorts of different stuff I love into one great, big sonorous experience. [i:73cozd00]Tales from the Thousand Lakes[/i:73cozd00] is classic, though I think my favourite album remains [i:73cozd00]Elegy[/i:73cozd00]. Shamefully, I started to lose interest in the [i:73cozd00]Am Universum[/i:73cozd00]/[i:73cozd00]Far from the Sun[/i:73cozd00] period, but [i:73cozd00]Eclipse[/i:73cozd00] made me prick up my ears again. Lamentably, I only have some very dodgy MP3s of [i:73cozd00]Silent Waters[/i:73cozd00], but I'm trying to find someone locally who sells the proper CD -- fabulous stuff, really ..... view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Aug 2008, 16:08 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

they were pretty good live, but with the new singer.. i was kinda meh after elegy. haven't listened to amorphis in years, i think. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Aug 2008, 19:08 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="gierra":30p35qzz]they were pretty good live, but with the new singer.. i was kinda meh after elegy. haven't listened to amorphis in years, i think.[/quote:30p35qzz] [i:30p35qzz]Elegy[/i:30p35qzz] rules. I was OK with [i:30p35qzz]Tuonela[/i:30p35qzz], but then had very much the same reaction you describe through the next few albums and kinda lost interest. I figured they were over. But then I read reviews of [i:30p35qzz]Eclipse[/i:30p35qzz] that said "Woah! They've got it together again." I didn't really believe it until I heard the album but, yeah, they [i:30p35qzz]were[/i:30p35qzz] getting it together again. And the newest, [i:30p35qzz]Silent Waters[/i:30p35qzz], is surely (IMO) the best since [i:30p35qzz]Elegy[/i:30p35qzz]. When you've got albums like [i:30p35qzz]Tales[/i:30p35qzz] and [i:30p35qzz]Elegy[/i:30p35qzz] in your past, you're always gonna be in trouble. :roll: But [i:30p35qzz]Eclipse[/i:30p35qzz] and [i:30p35qzz]Silent Waters[/i:30p35qzz] are pretty darned good (IMO). They've kept some of the the progressive/psych vibe that the band had been moving into (and which they eventually got a bit carried away with whilst trying to mix it with a sort of alternative rock thing), but those two albums likewise have another new and younger singer who's well into ye olde death metal vibe, and with him aboard the band seems to have re-thought their approach and ramped things back up a bit. They've also returned to mining the mythology/legendarium for album concepts again. I think they've actually stepped back from the brink that I was sure they had jumped over. OK, you might still find they're too lightweight for your tastes 8) but I might suggest at least borrowing someone's [i:30p35qzz]Silent Waters[/i:30p35qzz] and seeing how it goes. Naught to lose. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 27 Aug 2008, 21:08 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="carlsefni":3c8fkgxy][quote="Orion_metalhead":3c8fkgxy]GRAND f'ing MAGUS - IRON WILL best album of the year for me. By Far. More than Far.[/quote:3c8fkgxy] Ah, that's the band of the same guy who now sings for the Spiritual Beggars, no? What I've heard of Grand Magus has been excellent, but I've not heard enough and will have to try to check 'em out.[/quote:3c8fkgxy] OK, I found a few dodgy MP3s from [i:3c8fkgxy]Iron Will[/i:3c8fkgxy], and you're right: That totally rules! Like, classic Swedish doom vibe with NWOBHM sensibilities. The tracks I've heard just make you wanna grab yer guitar and start riffing along. 8) This albums is [u:3c8fkgxy]definitely[/u:3c8fkgxy] on my list to pick up next time I'm in the States. Meanwhile, I shall groove along with [i:3c8fkgxy]Halycon[/i:3c8fkgxy] from Yorkshire's '90s pagan doom-mongers Solstice. "To Ride with Tyr" is a wholly classic track (kinda like Candlemass jamming with Manowar). view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Aug 2008, 16:08 by gierra, Sorcerer-of-Rank

np. acid bath - when the kite string pops i do apparently have a solstice album, maybe i will check it out. but candlemass mixed with manowar? that does not make me want to listen to it at all! view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 17 Sep 2008, 07:09 by Curethan, Didact

Just saw JP live last week. whoa Those guys kick some serious shit, even for old dudes playing a non-rotating set. I must say their live version of Sinner was absofukinlewtly the best live song I have ever seen. KK shredded the most amazing solo I have heard in that. So, yeh, been goin through the back catalogue. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 11 Oct 2008, 14:10 by AJD, Candidate

*used to be ajdeath* ISIS - Panopticon I have found my tastes moving away from death metal and such and now I listen to mainly Sludge/Stoner/Doom and Post Rock. In fact I am starting a new band with a drummer friend of mine from a different band along these lines. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 02 Dec 2008, 16:12 by AJD, Candidate

I have taken to this crazy Japanese jazz group called SOIL & "PIMP" Sessions. They are the awesomest ear candy. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 16 Jan 2009, 04:01 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Currently listening to a mixture of albums from one of my faves called Lake of Tears..... lately on the playlist.... Forever Autumn, Lady Rosenred, So Fell Autumn Rain and Making Evenings..... :D view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 24 Jan 2009, 22:01 by AJD, Candidate

Currently a crazy tech band from Russia called Hieronymus Bosch. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 25 Jan 2009, 14:01 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

The Killers - Everything Will Be Alright Jeremy Soule - Marketh's Palace (Icewind Dale Soundtrack) Prozzäk - Pretty Girls Lake of Tears - Intro Cocteau Twins - I Wear Your Ring view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 06 Feb 2009, 21:02 by AJD, Candidate

The new Mono album Hymn to the Immortal Wind. Been waiting a while for this one and it was worth the wait. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 07 Feb 2009, 18:02 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Cocteau Twins - Pitch The Baby view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Feb 2009, 00:02 by AJD, Candidate

Sigur Rós - Sæglópur Bliss. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 22 Feb 2009, 07:02 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

I am always on the lookout for music that is "new" to me....so I am listening to the song in the above post :) .....no opinion yet....just listening... view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 01 Mar 2009, 20:03 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Radical - the 69 eyes.... view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 10 Apr 2009, 21:04 by carlsefni, Peralogue

At this exact, particular moment: Hawkwind's 1985 NWOBHM-infused opus [i:2z3y1rry]Chronicles of the Black Sword[/i:2z3y1rry]! 8) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 11 Apr 2009, 18:04 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

Cocteau Twins - Milk & Kisses view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 20 Apr 2009, 13:04 by Cnaiür, Peralogue

Pearl Jam - Brother (It feels good to hear some old and edgy Pearl Jam music) Also been recently listening to the side projects of the ex members of Jane's Addiction (Deconstruction [Eric & Dave], Satellite Party [Perry], and Polar Bear [Eric]) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 21 Apr 2009, 03:04 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

.....a must listen for Porcupine Tree fans....Steven Wilson's solo project entitled [b:3pun9lk9][i:3pun9lk9][color=#FF4000:3pun9lk9]Insurgentes[/color:3pun9lk9][/i:3pun9lk9][/b:3pun9lk9] .....On Sunday I had this album on continuous repeat because I could not get enough of it 8)..... while doing housework. gardening and relaxing.....when is all said and done, this piece of incredible written music will probably rank among the [b:3pun9lk9][color=#00BF00:3pun9lk9]Top 10[/color:3pun9lk9][/b:3pun9lk9] albums that I have ever listened to.... :D view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 30 Apr 2009, 14:04 by carlsefni, Peralogue

I have heard numerous good things about Wilson's/PT's output in recent years, but I have to admit that I haven't really listened to their stuff since the [i:1ifzu8hg]Voyage 34[/i:1ifzu8hg] days. (Despite having friends who rave about PT, or about Steve Wilson's production work with Opeth, or both, or ....) Still, perhaps I should check 'em out again. Meanwhile, a copy of (bizarrely enough) the [i:1ifzu8hg]Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures[/i:1ifzu8hg] by Knut Avenstraup Haugen washed up on my shores and, though I've never played the associated game, I have to say that the soundtrack is surprisingly cool in its own right. 8) It's got a great cinematic quality with healthy splash of appropriately stereotypical ethnic stuff going on in different places -- as well as several tracks graced by the voice of Helene Bøksle (whose Norwegian folk-pop album [i:1ifzu8hg]Elverhøy[/i:1ifzu8hg] I have, and is also cool, if quite different!). Of course, the ultimate Conan/Swords'n'Sorcery music must remain Basil Poledouris's ripping soundtrack to the old Arnie-Conan film, but this [i:1ifzu8hg]Age of Conan[/i:1ifzu8hg] video game soundtrack is a worthy addition to the field. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 30 Apr 2009, 14:04 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="Orion_metalhead":u8qdb06v]NP: GRAND f'ing MAGUS - IRON WILL best album of the year for me. By Far. More than Far.[/quote:u8qdb06v] Oh, and I finally managed to get someone to bring me a proper CD of this a well. Worth the (distressingly long) wait, too! Excellent classic metal vibe (is there such a subgenre as "powerdoom"?) with folky touches to ornament things around the edges. All the tracks are pretty strong, and some transcend into pure awesomeness. 8) Good stuff! view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 01 May 2009, 04:05 by Isûphiryas, Candidate

currently.... Lake of Tears - To Blossom Blue.... view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 08 Jul 2009, 19:07 by carlsefni, Peralogue

Amorphis, [i:3m5c517b]Skyforger[/i:3m5c517b]! More fine, Finnic, folk-metal. :) (I had been about ready to write these guys off in the early 2000s, but the last 3 albums have given me an @®$€-kicking wake-up call! :twisted: ) view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 21 Jul 2009, 14:07 by Mats, Candidate

Mostly churning through my old Rush LPs these days, with some sprinkling of King Crimson and Running fucking Wild (!!!). view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 11 Sep 2009, 23:09 by AJD, Candidate

Corrosion Of Conformity - Never Turns To More Anyone that knows who they are and like their album Deliverance needs to hear it. Yeah, I am 3 years late but damn, what an album. view post


Re: Now listening to... posted 29 Sep 2009, 22:09 by carlsefni, Peralogue

[quote="AJD":v5e532i0]Corrosion Of Conformity - Never Turns To More Anyone that knows who they are and like their album Deliverance needs to hear it. Yeah, I am 3 years late but damn, what an album.[/quote:v5e532i0] I always had a soft spot for [i:v5e532i0]Wiseblood[/i:v5e532i0] -- apparently not one of COC's more commercially successful albums! -- but, for example, "Long Whip/Big America" never leaves my iPod. 8) I haven't actually heard [i:v5e532i0]In the Arms of God[/i:v5e532i0], though; I'll have to check it out. Just recently, though, I've been on a classical vibe, having added CD versions of the old early '70s Paavo Berglund recording of Sibelius's [i:v5e532i0]Kullervo[/i:v5e532i0] to my collection. I've long had the '80s Berglund [i:v5e532i0]Kullervo[/i:v5e532i0], but always liked the older version of the "Kullervo Goes to War" movement that I knew from my Granddad's original LP release of the '70s version; it was just faster and more violent! :twisted: Now I've created a nice little play list that drops the '70s "Kullervo Goes to War" in amongst the other movements from the '80s version. I've always wanted to do that, and now I have. :) One of life's silly little pleasures! :D view post


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