9. Jan. 2011, 12:23 von Mr_Gren
9. Mai. 2010, 18:18 von stress_messbelow are my 666 artists, some are podcasts, some are not named properly so they dont have last.fm pages.
But first here are the -est from my library(superlative adjectives)
noisiest - Lightning Bolt, Melt-Banana
heaviest - Electric Wizard , Karma to Burn
riffiest - Earthless , High on Fire
unpredictable-est - Zu
dreamiest -Lullatone, 35007
space-iest - Zombi , Earthless
pretentious-est - Sunn O))) , Neurosis , Godspeed You! Black Emperor
funniest - Tenacious D , Justin Bieber
scariest - Diagnose: Lebensgefahr , Sunn O)))
Saddest - Justin Bieber,Explosions In The Sky
Best - Kyuss , Russian Circles , Earthless , Lightning Bolt , Karma to Burn
cute-est - Lullatone , Kimya Dawson
name b-est - Anal Cunt , Bongzilla
lamest - Basshunter
i have run out of est's.
AA Storm of Light (2 plays) Play
* Acid Bath (48 plays) Play
* Acid King (6 plays) Play
* ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE & THE MELTING PARAISO U.F.O (7 plays) Play
17. Jul. 2009, 22:16 von bonnesenAlright, i just decided to try to write a journal as i listen to some records. Just to share some thoughts and hopefully inspire people to check some of the bands out.
Kongh - Shadows Of The Shapeless
I was really into Counting... but it had some obvious flaws. First of all, the band seemed to have a real tough time deciding what style they wanted to play. This has to some extend not changed on Shadows... But I'm not as bothered this time, because it seems like they found a theme to tie it all together. Or maybe I'm just getting used to it now. I don't know.
Second of all, they just didn't have the right sound. They had the riffs, but the guitar(s) was really thin and didn't have much punch to it, the bass was without bite and the drums where soaked in reverb and echo. Thank god they changed that up on Shadows. The guitar(s) sounds great, the bass is meaty and the drums sound as natural as they come.
The songs, the songs. …
29. Jun. 2009, 17:13 von mushroom871000: God Forbid - Precious Lie
2000: Odd Project - Silver Screen Lovers
3000: My Chemical Romance - It's Not a Fashion Statement, It's a Deathwish
4000: DevilDriver - Hold Back the Day
5000: System of a Down - Toxicity
6000: AFI - The Leaving Song
7000: Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
8000: The Postal Service - Such Great Heights
9000: Marilyn Manson - Beautiful People
10000: Snapcase - Coagulate
11000: South Park - Come Sail Away
12000: Weezer - Crab
13000: Korvus - The Castle Gates
14000: Napalm Death - Dragnet
15000: Texas Is On Fire - Tomahawk
16000: The Agony Scene - My Dark Desire
17000: System of a Down - Attack
18000: Mindless Self Indulgence - Unsociable
19000: Green Day - Stuck With Me
20000: Napalm Death - Multinational Corporations
21000: The Black Dahlia Murder - I'm Charming
22000: Weezer - Keep Fishin'
23000: System of a Down - Vicinity of Obscenity
24000: Adema - Rip the Heart Out of Me
25000: Hot Cross - Dissertation: 14
25. Apr. 2009, 0:58 von rip_noobBlack Sheep Wall - I Am God Songs
Mamiffer - Hirror Enniffer
Made Out of Babies - The Ruiner
Genghis Tron - Board Up the House
Protest the Hero - Fortress
Benea Reach - Alleviat
Cult of Luna - Eternal Kingdom
La Dispute - Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair
Mesa Verde - The Old Road
Agalloch- The White
Amenra- Mass IIII
Heaven Shall Burn - Iconoclast
The Mars Volta - Bedlam in Goliath
From a Second Story Window - Conversations
Pygmy Lush - Mount Hope
Mouth of the Architect - Quietly
M83- Saturdays = Youth
The Sound of Animals Fighting - The Ocean And The Sun
Underoath- Lost In The Sound Of Separation
United Nations - United Nations
portugal the man - Censored Colors
Between the Buried and Me - Colors Live
Men As Trees - Weltschmerz
Sun Kil Moon - April
Rorcal- Myrra Mordvynn Marayaa
Kaki King - Dreaming Of Revenge
15. Mär. 2009, 14:18 von garydavidson83I recently carried out an interview with Mehdi Safa of *shels concerning Mahumodo, *shels and his label shelsmusic it can be read at http://www.ukmetalunderground.com/index.php?topic=3257.0
Mehdi Safa is a well known name in the UK underground having created and fronted Mahumodo. After large underground success, 4 EPS and massive media and label interest, Safa disbanded Mahumodo and relocated to the sunnier climate of the United States. There he released the first *shels EP and 2007 saw the release of the critically acclaimed album “Sea of the Dying Dhow”. Mehdi took some time out from the writing and recording of the bands second album “Plains of the Purple Buffalo” to talk to UK Metal Underground about the past, present and future of his band and his record label.
Did you play in any bands before Mahumodo?
I started playing in bands when I was 14/15 with friends from school. The first real band I played in we did Silverchair and Nirvana covers, we totally sucked and it wasn't long before I started writing stuff at home…
24. Jan. 2009, 19:05 von C26000Soy un fanático obsesivo de la música, me encanta descubrir música nueva todo el tiempo. Fue por eso que el año pasado escuché 300 nuevos albums, de esos 300 aquí estan los mejores 60 de acuerdo con mi gusto músical por supuesto. Esto ha sido un trabajo largoooo no fui capaz de escribirlo todo en una sentada, lo hize por dias, así podrian hacer ustedes :P, son 60 albums!! :O
*La lista va de menos bueno a más bueno, Aquí van! :D
60. Stolen Babies - There Be Squabbles Ahead
avant garde metal - dark cabaret - black metal
Será lo unico que medio huele a black que me gusta, la parte experimental conquistó mis oidos y logró que olvidara un poco esos gruñidos horribles de marrano. Recomendado para los que les guste el Black o para los que tengan mente muuuy abierta.
59. Fireflight - Unbreakable
26. Nov. 2008, 18:27 von garydavidson83The mighty *shels are hitting the road once more for the last time until spring/summer 2009. They are joined on the whole tour by the mesmerising The Ascent Of Everest.
They tour also sweeps together
Sons of Noel and Adrian (Brighton only), Latitudes, and Rinoa (both London only)
Go see them at the following venues -
Wednesday 26th November The Croft - Bristol
Thursday 27th November Southampton - Joiners
Friday 27th November Brighton - Freebutt
Saturday 28th November Guildford - The Boileroom
Sunday 29th November London - The Underworld
For fans of Isis, Rosetta, Cult of Luna, Mahumodo, Devil Sold His Soul, A Silver Mt. Zion, and Bossk
16. Feb. 2008, 1:32 von Denizen-Red#1
Kaddisfly - Set Sail the Prairie
RIYL - dredg, Codeseven, Circa Survive, The Dear Hunter
Genres - progressive rock, alternative rock, post-hardcore
Words are useless. Listen to it.
Architect - All Is Not Lost
RIYL - Found Dead Hanging, Premonitions Of War, Shai Hulud, Botch
Genres - progressive metal, mathcore
THE heaviest thing in existence. That is how I define this album. Tight musicianship? Check. Quality songwriting? Check. Top notch production? Check. Vocals that make me want to fight someone? Check. The album begins with a slow, brooding ambiance that fades into a fast paced assault of drums, bass, and guitar - and finally, at about a minute into the first song…
27. Jan. 2008, 22:40 von tom_dissonancei figured since we were now a month away from 2007, now would be a suitable time to drop my reflections on a year's music on the people.
Warning: may contain opinions.
"Anti-bashing" pussies might find it more productive to go somewhere else.
• El-P – I'll Sleep When You're Dead: The most deliberate, forceful, sincere and fucking heartfelt record of the year, when you listen you begin to understand the five-year gap between this and Fantastic Damage. Is it better than the latter? It's a moot point. They're both different and both essential. ISWYD is a ferocious unrelenting broadside against "infected money slobbing pesticrats" where every beat's a banger and every emotion is raw enough to wring hot angry tears. From the adrenalising Mars Volta-starring opener "Tasmanian Pain Coaster", it doesn't let up. Every Weatherman (bar Breeze Brewin') turns up for a guest shot. By the time El and gorgeous Chan "Cat Power" Marshall (who incidentally…