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The Contortionist Language
Though I have not heard The Contortionist's second album, I have heard people say this is a more refined and organic version of it. Now to compare this to their first album, which I love, it is almost the complete opposite. While their first is very heavy and has mellow parts at a minimum, this album is very mellow and has heavy parts at a minimum, but when it is heavy, it is HEAVY. It is a progressive metal effort by The Contortionist that is a little hard for me to get use to but I like it a lot plus I like the edition of a new vocalist for more variation even though I never had a problem with their first. By the way, this is a very cle
4.0
09.24.14
Crimson Moonlight Veil of Remembrance
An experience of extremely well-crafted blackened death metal! The vocalist of this band is a big highlight in that he is well varied in his screams and growls. The lyrics of the album are some of the most intelligent and thoughtful ones I have seen for a while coming from a Christian band also.
4.0
09.24.14
Pere Ubu The Modern Dance
Pere Ubu is attractive and appealing experimental post-punk with this album.
4.0
09.24.14
SpongeBob SquarePants The Yellow Album
Oh, memories, memories..........................................................................................................BLACK METAL!!!!
4.0
09.24.14
Faun Licht
A great album of medieval folk music. There is even one song that has some electronic elements to it. The female vocalist on this album has a gorgeous voice along with the male vocalist that both make for some very relaxing songs.
4.0
09.24.14
Corvus Corax Inter Deum Et Diabolum
4.0
09.14.14
Devin Townsend Ocean Machine: Biomech
This is Devin at his best in terms of everything! A masterpiece.
4.5
09.10.14

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  • SkapalPes 1990 and 1995 ... those were my teenage years you know!So some "recs" (I didn` understand this word first, but it is not records but recommendations, am I right?) for you ... it`s hard `cause you seem to know more music than I, but try (if you already didn`t) so hated Kreator album "Renewal", or Morgoth`s "Odium" for example, both are industrial influenced and both are great in my opinion... and if you like it slow and heavy, try Winter. OK for now, have a nice day!
    September 7 04:20 PM
  • SkapalPes as we barely know each other, hope it`s not annoying for you...So you have another great number - 500 soundoffs! In fact I don`t know many bands on your ratings, so it`s interesting for me to look at your profile from time to time! I added some ratings too, some of them I just picked of my memory, but generally I listened to it recently. Most of my favourite music comes from bands founded in 80ies or 90ies, I think it is quite understandable, because I was biggest fan of music somewhere between
    September 7 04:07 PM
  • SkapalPes Hypocrisy as a main stars, they were great, but most positive surprise for me was French band Alcest - they were just excellent, beautiful music, superb performance and sound. Fleshgod Apocalypse had great set too, they were very... ritual and dark, with concentrated show and accurate playing. So... in fact I`m not living with my kids (I have 12 year old daughter too), I`m devorced and that`s what makes me feel like s*** sometimes ... so this was quite important for me. Maybe I`m too personal,
    September 7 03:53 PM
  • SkapalPes So how are you, did you have a nice summertime? As for me, I was unemployed in august, so I could visit my family, as I live in other town now. My greatest experience was visiting the only open-air metal festival in Slovakia - Gothoom fest, I was there for only 1 day, but with my now 16 year old son and for him it was first going to metal concert. Unluckily Gorguts erased their European tour, and we both like them, but besides many Slovak and Czech bands like Depresy or Obliterate there were
    September 7 03:39 PM
  • SkapalPes Hi there Matt! First I must say SORRY for not writing new posts, especially when you have let me know you are pleased by my posts... sometimes I`m real lazy, and it`s little bit difficult and time consuming for me beacuse I must think quite a lot how to write it in English... but enough of this self-blaming and justifying, here I come (strange phrase for me, hope it is used right :) !
    September 7 03:23 PM

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