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Discussion in 'Books, Music, TV & Movies' started by Xenon Hacks, Mar 22, 2016.
Is it just me, or has metal become.. pop?
It's just the direction that deathcore artists are going in, don't worry.
Best Deathcore vocalist of all time
I love that bass. It almost sounds like sweeps, but alot deeper.
I'm gonna post this here. Because reasons.
DID SOMEONE SAY BASS!
anyway here is some good technical death metal ( I cant belive these guys where deathcore)
If you like Job for a Cowboy you should check out Salt the Wound. I think they were pretty heavily influenced by them. I don't think they are signed to anyone yet so I couldn't find anything on youtube other then a minute and a half piece of Rape and Pillage of Spisville on some wares ad.
Nevermind, here it is.
Some of it has, see the first link in my sig. And I like it, to a degree. Go to far and you venture into screamo territory and my wrists start cutting themselves. But a measured "pop" metal intake is ok.
how's this for y'all
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@Bortz didn't know you were into metal tho
Metal is my fukkin jam dude. Since little high school senior me was introduced to BTBAM's Colors in 2007, I have been digging deeper into the metal stratum for new and delicious riffs. My taste falls more into the melodic, deathcore, metalcore, mathcore stuff. I think Xenon here likes older rougher sounds, which is cool too.
@Xenon Hacks if I had to guess, I would think you would be a huge Nuclear Blast record fan.
This is amazing ty for this, im literally peddling with my feet while sitting right now.
i dont think ive posted these guys yet, but heres something a bit more melodic
There's new Dillinger Escape Plan too
fuck yeah dude. cant wait to get this one. the last album was really good too. been a fan since mike patton collaborated with them back in the early 2000's. i was huge mike patton fan