I knew that one would be unpopular here. I just can’t do it. I tried with their first album and I just didn’t like it
Frost and Fire has nothing on King of the Dead. Maybe check that one out instead.
Stone Dagger and Magic Circle, easily.
Stone Dagger may be a local Boston band, but the only show they've ever played was in Brooklyn. ;)
For a band with only two songs recorded under their name, it was one of the most energetic sets I've ever seen at Vitus, especially during their Living After Midnight cover.
Jesus, shouldn't he get his ass slung out for that kind of lunacy?
He was with a group of like seven and was armed with a broken bottle. I wasn't trying to get stabbed or anything
Christ no, I meant the venue security.
There wasn't really any security to begin with. One drunk lady rushed the stage and took the mic from the Divine Eve vocalist and just started yelling for like two minutes until the sound guy came and took it back from her.
Place sucked and I have no intentions on ever returning.
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Right before your eyes
It turns to steeeeeeeeeeel
Favourite Pink Floyd song gogogo
Mine is One of These Days. There's an interesting animation to go with it, that was originally made by independently by Ian Emes who was then invited to do more animation/filming for the band.
I just saw Atomic Bitchwax play it live last night, and that was probably the most excited I have ever been at a gig, alongside seeing Repulsion at NDF '17.
edit: the show was live streamed as well apparently, here's them playing One of These Days https://youtu.be/rNVFd5CoUSE?t=2964
Bonus question: most underrated Floyd song?
I feel like this is a bit of a "DAE?" answer, but High Hopes. The rest of the album is a bit boring but that track is a real standout.
WHO WAS DRAAAAAAAGED DOWN BY THE STOOOONE
Never listened to these guys before, but I'm digging this album
The debut from last year was really cool too. Both are free and worth downloading.
Fuck yeah. Matt's been a very busy stoner this year.
I'm still getting over seeing these guys yesterday.
Most disappointing set I've ever seen when I saw them. The sound was bad enough to ruin the whole performance. All you could hear was Angelo's guitar - Scalzi's was barely audible and his voice was equally buried.
Sucks to hear that man, they're one of the best live bands I've ever seen and I'm really excited to catch them again in October.
I'm sure it was just an unfortunate mistake that the mix was so shitty. I met up with a few regulars there - Brutus said the sound was a bit better in the center of the audience but I had an awesome spot right in front, where Scalzi would extend one leg onto the railing in front of me so if I moved my head suddenly to the right I'd headbutt his nuts.
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Hahahaha wow, that's a first in the world of marketing.
As someone who just moved in this weekend after visiting quite a few times, this list should be very useful. Thanks.
So far my favorites are Pastabilities, Dino BBQ, and Coleman's.
Absolutely devastating and completely out of left field. Rest in power, Shark.
Antichrist Siege Machine
Type O Negative (and Carnivore obv)
Around what year was this?
A shining image of pure luciferian supremacy
Saw Mortuary Drape, Sargeist, Volahn, Wayfarer, Imperial Triumphant, and a local opener in Chicago on Saturaday. Some thoughts: the venue had a parking lot. Great. Tired of having to look around for free street parking in the city and end up having to walk a mile to the venue. The venue also had an arcade attached. I didn't play any games but it was cool.
Show was super stacked but there was almost way too much. 6 bands on a show that didn't start until almost 8. MD didn't start playing until almost 1245. Some thoughts on the bands themselves. Imperial Triumphant was really good. The music combined with the atmosphere of the show and their gold masks really created a kaleidoscopic and unsettling environment. Really want to sink my teeth even more into their latest album. Also, their bass player used a coke bottle and did some slide bass shit, which was weird and awesome. Wasnt too into Wayfarer or their newest album. All I know is Isaac from Blood Incantation drums for them as well. Volahn was even better the second time around. Stood front and center and watched all the cool guitar playing. They were only a 3 piece this time but it was awesome getting to see them in a better environment. Sargeist was super cool as well. Very theatrical but also just awesome performance. Mortuary Drape started super late and I only watched them play a couple songs because it was 1am and I had a 4 and a half hour drive back home. That was brutal. However, MD had an insane amount of energy which was unexpected. Their bass player was definitely having a blast. Their singer came on stage and took the mic off the stand and then threw the stand away like a spear. That's when I knew this was gonna be some good shit.
All in all a good show. I just wish I could see MD again at a more reasonable time on a more concise bill.
I saw Nocturnus AD headline a show a few months ago. They took the stage at 3:00am. That show was way too bloated and there were less than 30 people by the time they got on stage, in a NY venue nonetheless.
Holy fuck dude that's crazy. Like whyyyyyy
And that's not all, hahaha. The show started at 3:00pm, didn't sell food, and had no re-entry, so everyone who showed up early (such as myself) and left at the end (also me) got to starve for the whole day. If Nocturnus wasn't the last band to play, I would've left hours earlier. Got to see Deceased and Attacker before 10 at least.
Best death metal show I saw last year, and that includes Spectral Voice, Blood Incantation, Incantation, Obliteration, Undergang, Vastum, and a bunch of other heavy-hitters. The aforementioned bands were all also fantastic, but Merciless was that staggeringly good.
the youtube side bar wasnt other music suggestions just footage of nuclear bombs
I saw them two years ago and they played like 3/4 of the songs on this album. Tyrant's voice was somehow as strong as it was on this 34-year-old record.
Love me some desolate endscape. If you guys like this check out hyperdontia's EP abhorrence veil. The two bands share members so the music is decently similar
Hyperdontia announced a debut LP on Dark Descent scheduled for a September release too.
Any 2018 death/doom albums worth hearing? I've only heard Hooded Menace and Antichrist (Chile).
It's been a while since I read about it, so I apologize if I'm wrong. But, from what I remember they both have tattoos that are heavily associated with the Nazis.
Read this post Okoi wrote regarding these claims.
Thanks for the link. Obviously I’m wrong. I should have done a little more research before posting.
It's all good man. That's always a good thing to do, especially in this political climate.