I realise this won't be a popular opinion, but with death metal (and a fair bit of other metal) I find myself enjoying the harmonics of the guitars but I quickly tire of how the rhythm section always seems to be trying to fill every tiny little gap, space is good. Can't say I really dig the screaming either.
Great Beach Boys fan, absolute gem of a band from Today-Sunflower (and maybe Surf's Up) era. Would have really like Brian to continue writing psych-baroque masterpieces.
Amazing how much better your strike rate is on the circuit when you go to a place that plays music you enjoy yourself.
This is a band I think you might like (not really death metal either, more prog thrash):
Those 2, and strangely enough Herbie Hancock are the best live shows I've ever seen.
That was pretty good, I have to play with a lot of ****ty guitarists who only know how to 'shred' mindlessly and play power chords at music school, so I kinda resented metal for a while there and figured it was a pretty boring and unsophisticated genre, so I've only recently pulled my head out of that cloud haha. I'm into the more progressive and psychedelic aspects of rock/alternative, and I figure the best way into metal for me is to go that way too, currently trying to get into Tool and Dream Theater.
The GOTG Vol I is a great album! Going through it now.
~ Do you think I care for you so little that betraying me would make a difference ~
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was THE leader of subcontinental music and had possibly the most tranquil and melodious voice amongst world musicians. Period.
Holy ****, Cynic released a new album? Man I love these guys. Gonna listen this weekend
Hmm, lost all my tunes after hard drive died. I've got to get better at this whole "backing up" thing.
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