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DatsNotDaMetulz
March 31st 2013



1717 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Physical distribution is also a major benefit of labels. Example is Sockweb, they've already recorded their album and are strictly a studio project (no touring) but they signed to Monolith cos they wanted the distribution deal (and the guitarist has had loads of experience with labels before so knew how to deal with the offers they got). The Defiled (who until now were unsigned but have played a bunch of major festivals and tours in the UK) are another example of a band that are gonna benefit from distribution from Nuclear Blast as Grave Times is only available at shows now (1888 I'm not sure). So if you want more of a physical presence then a label's a good way to go

SitarHero
April 1st 2013



4605 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Labels are definitely good for physical presence, but whether or not the hassle of dealing with a label is worth the physical presence is the question. I suppose smaller labels know what's up and support their bands much better than larger labels though. And has been stated earlier, labels like Basick and Sumerian seem to be doing a pretty good job.

ProtossTheHero
June 4th 2013



167 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Pleiadian Keys was awesome
Esoteric agenda and the escapist notion were aight
and holy fuck what happened with the rest of it

TheMoreira
June 5th 2013



6955 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Right? lol

Digging: Vinterbris - Solace

SitarHero
June 5th 2013



4605 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Title track is cool too.

bloc
June 5th 2013



34679 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Title track is sooo good. Probably the only song I listen to off this on a regular basis.

Digging: Anberlin - Lowborn

climactic
June 5th 2013



18343 Comments


this was very disappointing



ProtossTheHero
June 5th 2013



167 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Hopefully the followups better (if there's ever going to be one), seeing them live with Chris Barretto and another guitarist was pretty great

SitarHero
June 6th 2013



4605 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

From what I hear about the band they needed a second guitarist. Also, Baretto's sax + Al Mumin's sitar/koto/whatever ethnic instrument he takes up next could be amazing. Let's just hope Al Mumin doesn't threaten to burn down Baretto's house or something...

TheMoreira
June 6th 2013



6955 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Chris Barretto's too good for that Al Mumin guy. He shouldn't even bother with The Heerp Mercheene.

TheMoreira
June 6th 2013



6955 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Wow what an elitist jerk i know. True though, cant help but to feel like that. lol

TheMoreira
June 6th 2013



6955 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Don't fuck with me, you like this??

TheMoreira
June 6th 2013



6955 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

haha, wow. Was about to say you were going haywire thinking you liked this.

PunchforPunch
June 6th 2013



5918 Comments


skele knows m///

ProtossTheHero
June 8th 2013



167 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

>first muslim in metal, feelsgoodman.jpg
>threatens to burn down house

God dammit

bloc
June 8th 2013



34679 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

^Haha, nice

SitarHero
June 9th 2013



4605 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Actually I think Misha Mansoor is Muslim too.

ProtossTheHero
June 9th 2013



167 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Misha's Jewish, parents from Mauritias. I'm sure there's plenty of muslims/desis in the djent scene though.

SitarHero
June 9th 2013



4605 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Mansoor is an Urdu word. He's more than likely a Muslim of Indian descent, unless his parents/he converted to Judaism at some point.

ProtossTheHero
June 9th 2013



167 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Well he's confirmed that he's Jewish, but yes I know someone in Pakistan named mansoor so he may just be trolling hard



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