zaruyache
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Last Active 01-23-17 11:42 am
Joined 04-03-09

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musical taste

Currently Digging:
City of the Sun
Bestial Raids
Saor

Chart.
favorite bands

hammerofnight.blogspot.com, mostly black metal, post rock, modern classical, melodeath,

Xoth Invasion of the Tentacube
Some sort of amalgamation of prog/tech/melodic death/thrash metal. Sort of like Vektor, but with
more of an obvious old schoolish technical death metal vibe, but still with some clearly black
metal sections as well. Lots of great melodic work, excellent songwriting, and a really original
sound that very casually flows through different sub-genres. Definitely check this if you enjoyed
the newest Vektor (or even if you didn't).
3.5
01.22.17
Anal Trump To All the Broads I've Nailed Before
3.5
01.21.17
Anal Trump Make America Say Merry Christmas Again!
How about those department stores?
3.5
01.21.17
Crying Beyond The Fleeting Gales
"Power Pop, Progressive Pop"rThey should call this band Smiling instead of Crying because it's so happy and fuzzy ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^ ^_^
3.5
01.21.17
United Nations United Nations
screamo/grind. Less refined than "The Next Four Years," imo, UN's first album is still an effective slab of blasty political punk nonsense.
3.5
01.21.17
United Nations The Next Four Years
blasty screamo-grind. The cleans and spoken-word bits are always kind of odd, but otherwise UN play a really solid brand of intense screamo.
3.5
01.21.17
Nils Frahm Wintermusik
Modern classical. Much more diverse than some of his works ("Screws," specifically), "Wintermusik" is a fine example of modern classical music that doesn't take itself too seriously and actually uses that to add interesting nuances not present in most other modern classical works. There are some cheesy keyboard lines and other odd bits here and there that simultaneously make "Wintermusik" sound a little cheesy, but not so much that they feel jarring or out-of-place over the otherwise largely classical piano-centered music.
4.0
01.20.17

shoutbox » all posts 
  • Sevengill Hey Zar, I made some changes to the EP based on the suggestions in the thread. If you feel like revisiting it, maybe you'll enjoy it a little more.
    January 19 11:30 PM
  • cryptologous Its pretty great. Definitely worth the preorder.
    January 12 03:08 PM
  • cryptologous ye maynehttp://imgur.com/a/ZwiVG
    January 12 06:14 AM
  • Toad Ty man, weird times
    January 3 06:38 PM
  • budgie all you need is the land before time soundtrack and then we're talkin
    December 25 01:40 AM

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