DethByAudio;1565403 said:awesome threadi thought i was the only one who liked Echos of Eternity. i really like that voices in a dream song, they were a nice gem i stumbled upon while DL-ing the free packs of songs Labels give away, i think i got that from Nucular Blast...
JerryBrudos;1573055 said:Wow some pretty cool stuff I had never heard I'll give my idea for a NWoBHM packDiamond Head- The Princehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_OA5J1HsGkSaxon- Princess of the Nighthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-49noOAFsG8Venom- Poisonhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z85TenAJFUAand a Thrash PackSlayer- Die by the Swordhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uwjcS97mqn0Testament- Raging Watershttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XhC16K96PAMegadeth- Rattleheadhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hUqu9mUS_k
DethByAudio;1574085 said:ohh and i forgot the link.....http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=75945&highlight=dethbyaudio
afterstasis;1577320 said:agalloch would be great. i've been seeing them mentioned on the boards a lot lately.
Nuff_Said;1577330 said:and they rightfully should be. I know that Oscar-Rio is crazy about them too. How come there's no love for Le Scrawl in Jazz Metal on your blog? That makes me a little sad. I like everything you've got posted there (aside from the rap type stuff)you don't mind if i post some of it here? do you? i won't steal your thunder.
afterstasis;1577346 said:feel free to post whatever you'd like, though it's actually not really my blog...it was started by hungryfreak and a lot of us from the history of rock forum post there... i just post stuff there a lot more than most users, though i'm taking a break from it to focus on my own music.glad you checked it out, though. hopefully i'll get some time to start uploading again soon.
Nuff_Said;1577471 said:We also spoof metallica a lot by banging on a metal folding chair for our percussion.
Nuff_Said;1577471 said:what kind of music do you play? I know you play drums ( i think). I play bass guitar myself with my friends, but we mostly just screw around and make really "OMG BROOOOOTAL METAL" joke music. Like Dethklok. We also spoof metallica a lot by banging on a metal folding chair for our percussion. Are you a musical theory guy, or do you just play by feel? I am the later, i don't know scales or anything like that, my buddy is a theorist though and always rags on me when i just start play random "whatever i feel like playing" and ends up throwing his guitar pick at me.
afterstasis;1577511 said:well, i'm a multi-instrumentalist though piano and drums are the only ones i'd say i'm very good at. i do have training in those two instruments and know my way around theory, but i'm an experimentalist at heart so i very knowingly make music that would make your typical music theory cringe.i tend to keep my output in the "avant-garde" field, but i've played everything from black metal to folk to harsh noise. i've actually only been in a few metal bands, but have done quite a bit of solo work.
Nuff_Said;1564408 said:some more good sh*t for your ears. Diabolical Masquerade - Swedish Avant-garde Atmospheric Black Metal formed in 1993 (that is a long genre title lol) They are too good IMO.Rider on the Boneshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuDtp-JRODk&feature=relatedHaunted by Horrorhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRQb2lMv7p0&feature=relatedThe Eerie Obzidian Circuz \m/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi3doFYuXvA&feature=relatedAcid King - American stoner/doom metal with female singer formed 1993. (if you like Black Sabbath there is no way you won't like these guys)2 Wheel Nationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6eNI3r2gEI&feature=relatedBad Visionhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMTLQPtmiG0&feature=relatedBlaze In (instrumental track)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQZ4QVJAZk4Legion of the Damned - Dutch Death/Thrash band formed 2005 Bleed For Mehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWyihNFbOzoInfernal Wrathhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKO53FBuKIc&feature=relatedSepuchral Ghoulhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j02ehUehPgo&feature=relatedthat's good enough for now.
Mystlyfe77;1580492 said:This thread is full of so much win it isn't even funny.So many good underrated bands have already been posted that it's hard to find more to add. But here's a couple.
Nuff_Said;1581054 said:i'm glad you enjoy everything being posted. And yes, Acid King is a great bad that i think many people would truly enjoy in Rock Band if given the exposure. I'll work on getting some more stuff posted in a minute here. I just really hope that this thread doesn't get filled with a bunch of know-nothing people posting crap like Slipknot and Evanessence.
Nuff_Said;1577550 said:Here's us just screwing around. This is by no means good music, and nor is it metal at all. It was just screwing around....literally. The quality isn't too good as i just recorded live with my laptop and there is some chatter between us. The drums and beat were added with a keyboard that's why they sound not so good.
afterstasis;1581753 said:somehow this makes me think of an incredibly lo-fi version of can or a similar krautrock band.good luck with finding some proper equipment. i'm a pretty big fan of minimal jams, so i'd like to hear what you come up with.here's a link to a thread i started recently with some of my tunes. the first batch is folkier stuff and then the second is a mix of different stuff...feel free to reply there if you'd like. i'm not sure anyone downloaded the 2nd batch before it dropped off the first page. according to my sendspace account it was only downloaded once.http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=96517
Nuff_Said;1581820 said:we did this one track called 'slept all night but got no rest'. It'll take me a few minuted to make a vid and upload.edit:ok here's that track, you don't need to feel obligated to listen to the whole thing, it's kind of drone-like.Slept All Night But Got No Resthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KxGvclBqBU
Nuff_Said;1581820 said:ok here's that track, you don't need to feel obligated to listen to the whole thing, it's kind of drone-like.Slept All Night But Got No Rest
afterstasis;1583704 said:that one's actually got some charm and interesting groove to it as well...i like it best when the guitar effects are a less in the foreground and i think it would work best cut off around the 3 minute mark. a denser (but still incredibly lo-fi) production would do it wonders, of course.
Nuff_Said;1583716 said:i agree that all of the jams we come up with could be so much more if we took the time to actually refine the instrumentals. I'd like the get a good quality drum machine as me and my friends are pretty amateurish on the drums so we mostly end up just coming up with fairly simple and basic beats. Most of our stuff was just made with a pre-fab beat off a 10-year-old keyboard.