Iamthe Nightstars

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  • bakkermaarten007 That one song on The Rika Split Though ( It's A Fate We Can't Escape) sounded quite different in guitar tone and Keith's yelling. So I think. But I do think he took a bit of inspiration from Penfold's 'Kissing The Nightmare' there. =)
    April 17 08:25 PM
  • bakkermaarten007 I don't recall showing this to you and it may take some getting used to, but it's a very nice experimental style of metal. Has a little bit of everything lolhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnaFpQ493d8
    April 17 05:15 PM
  • bakkermaarten007 I think you're spot on there. And about the emo part too, just nothing to get too excited about. Maybe the upcoming E!E! album will be, but I hope it'll be drastically different and set a new standard. Also: I hope it will be more serious. The more I'm familiar with the genre, the more I see the contrast between late nineties/ early 00's emo and nowadays emo. Heartfelt versus lighthearted, grittier versus more playful, etc. As far as I'm concerned they're two different genres.
    April 16 03:08 PM
  • bakkermaarten007 Isn't it sad how it's so hard nowadays to give superb recs to eachother? (correct me if I'm wrong but I sense that you have an equally hard time getting blown away by music :) )
    April 15 07:38 PM
  • bakkermaarten007 They do sound heavily inspired by Slowdive (as do almost all shoegaze bands). So maybe some Slowdive songs? =DTears Run Rings is sweet too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyoFpbG5agc
    April 15 06:01 PM

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