3 Jul 2010, 8:45 de ladyowar08
13 Nov 2008, 15:45 de Glauco_SilvaSun 9 Nov – Carcass
(originalmente publicado em http://whiplash.net/materias/shows/079876-carcass.html)
Imagine o leitor a minha situação: idolatro uma banda faz 18 anos, eles encerraram as atividades há 13, aí decidem se reunir para fazer uns shows e passam por teu país. Num cenário desses fica muito difícil separar o fã do resenhista, portanto esse texto fica, mais que um simples testemunho e análise, um relato apaixonante da memorável noite de 9 de novembro de 2008, quando o lendário Carcass se apresentou em Sampa.
Fora o bate-boca que o cancelamento das bandas de abertura causou em fóruns de discussão Brasil afora (o argumento oficial, questionado por muitos, foi a produção do próprio Carcass cortar as 5), tudo deu certo esse dia: a fila fora da casa era enorme - mas organizada -, os seguranças e equipe de apoio ajudavam mesmo, as bebidas estavam geladas, o som ótimo, e o mais importante: a banda estava entrosadíssima e com pique total, apesar do calor que fazia lá dentro.
31 Ago 2008, 13:22 de Ralyyius
7 Abr 2008, 5:20 de ramkumarshankarI wanted to listen to Dreams by Týr, so I searched for the word "dreams" in the title. I thought the results were amusing/interesting for what it's worth. So here are all the tracks in my iPod today with the word "dreams" in the title. Note that I've omitted titles such as "Dreamstate Emergency" where "dreams" does not appear as a separate word in itself.
Waking DreamsBuried DreamsStreet of DreamsThe Dreams Of SwedenborgInfinite DreamsLiving Bad DreamsPilot In The Sky Of DreamsEnd of Dreams11 DreamsShattered Lives and Broken DreamsCitadel of DreamsIn DreamsWeird DreamsWalk With the Devil in Dreams You BeholdThe Land Of Forgotten Dreams (part 1) and 2Wildest DreamsThe Dreams Of Candlelight
And finally,Dreams of course. What are the results in your collection?
29 May 2007, 13:40 de capiche"What's the deal here? What's next?" - You might be asking yourself. Well, it's basically just a bunch of album reviews wrapped up in a slick layer of pretentiousness.
For each genre listen I will write my favourite album that corresponds to a few of my favourite genres, followed by a "runner up".
In the Court of the Crimson King
One of the earliest, and arguably greatest prog rock albums. I Talk to the Wind and The Court of the Crimson King are two of the most inspiring and evocative songs that I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. Coupled with terrific cover art, groundbreaking sonic experimentation and the fact that this album spawned an entire legion of imitators, and you've got the makings of a classic album.
While it could be argued that this album is in fact more psychedelic than progressive…
2 Nov 2006, 19:01 de theshadowofdethAlong with Napalm Death, Carcass had the nerve to go further in agresivity , speed and brutality, they crossed the line in what could be considered acceptable in musical terms and they not only were sucessfull at that but a new genre with multiple followers were born, grindcore that saw the ligth in Birminham Englad in mid 80s, Carcass released memorable albums, perhaps very dirty and noisy but full of innovation and was untill with Heartwork that they reached the status of a band with a classic album , Heartwork marked the difference in Carcass sound since despite the style idea was quite the same it had many improvements this time in every element, voice, guitars, bass and drums had more structure and production were a little more clean than their past albums, speed and density wasnt compromised either but you can hear that sounds are not that mixed together a necesary separation of every section and a carefull final mix made of Heartwork the best Carcass recording…