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  • hexfix93 I think you'll dig Iniquity for sure. As for the other bands I rec'd, was mostly because of their similarity to Suffocation. They're all great, but from what you've told me, I would prioritize Theory in Practice - The Armageddon Theories (all their albums are great). Prog/tech that should be right up your alley. Go for the others if/when you're in the mood for some Suffo-influenced NYDM.
    June 6 11:16 PM
  • hexfix93 Nice. Phlebotomized is downloading as we speak. I'm stoked about Pan.Thy.Monium's last album now, think I'll jam that one first before I re-listen to the first two.
    June 6 11:10 PM
  • hexfix93 Always looking for recs! Lol. Pan.Thy.Monium is sweet, kinda forgot they existed lol so thanks for reminding me. I've only heard their first two though, pretty sure there's another. Gonna have to listen to them again cuz yeah I haven't even thought about them in ages. Don't think I've ever listened to Phlebotimized though, gonna grab their stuff so I remember to jam.
    June 6 10:34 PM
  • BigPleb Thanks man! Couple I?ve not jammed there. Erm, here?s a few: Swallowed, Artificial Brain, Howls of Ebb, Baring Teeth, Portal, Sunless.
    June 6 03:46 PM
  • hexfix93 For sure. What kind of stuff though? Like tech/progressive stuff? Iniquity should be right up your alley if so, I mean I wouldn't go so far as to call it experimental, but it's Suffocation-ish tech death with nice amounts of doom metal, good bits of melody -- idk, it's a cool sound. The others are a bit more straightforward.
    June 5 11:11 PM

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