Demon of the Fall
Demon of the Fall

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Album Ratings 1880
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Last Active 02-12-21 12:39 pm
Joined 02-23-17

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12.02.20 5s I’m yet to 5/5, maybe...04.01.20 Demon’s quarantine jams
01.08.20 Demon's 2019 ranked10.17.19 Headphones, specific advice on apps/blu
06.19.19 Spotify update ****** my phone, ARGH!01.09.19 Demon's top 24 of 2018
10.31.18 1,000 ratings - my top 75 albums!10.01.18 Demon's death metal descent
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04.05.18 Work jams. i.e. stuff I've deemed appro02.18.18 Last fm totals, 2018 edition
02.14.18 Rec essential ambient/electronic/'other12.24.17 2018 listening checklist
03.31.17 Rec. albums with electronic or jazz inf

Rec. albums with electronic or jazz influences...

...which aren't necessarily entrenched in these genres. I'm mainly looking for Metal, punk/hardcore, post-hardcore or post-rock bands. Examples are below...
The Fall of Math

glitch-y, electronic post-rock (one of my all time favourite records)
Rock Action

obvious choice
Not For Want Of Trying

these guys are sort of like 65dos (if you don't know) but with heavier riffs & more eclectic
4Genghis Tron
Board Up the House

grindcore (supposedly) - with quite a heavy dose of electronica
5Dog Fashion Disco

love the jazzy bits from this band, although they're bungle-esque so it's an eclectic mix. Metal band at heart.
6Polkadot Cadaver
Purgatory Dance Party

the above's electronic cousin
7Ephel Duath
The Painter's Palette

jazz band plays metal
8Fear Before
The Always Open Mouth

I like the electronic bits in here although there's not a HUGE amount of them.
9Acoustic Ladyland
Living With A Tiger

I had to request a review for these guys so doubt I'll get much from this but here it is anyway... jazz with a punk influence

more electronic/post-rock
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