7 Jan 2014, 18:28 by choo-goy
16 Jun 2012, 04:19 by colmulletI was never into music in a big way until a few years ago when my health went downhill and i had to take an extended break from work and study....so i needed a hobby of sorts, something to pass the time and to stop me from going insane with boredom and music was that something. Over the last few years i have listened to more music than i care to imagine, getting into all different styles that i never thought i would get any enjoyment from and compiling a playlist which i dare say will be played daily on album shuffle for the rest of my days. Changes will probably be made as albums i once like become something i dislike and so forth so this list will probably change over time. List is in alphabetical order:
Abigail's Ghost - D_Letion (Progressive Rock)
Abigail's Ghost - Selling Insincerity (Progressive Rock)
Abydos - Abydos: The Little Boy's Heavy Mental Opera Show (Progressive Rock)
Addaura - Demo 2010 (Atmospheric Black Metal)
Aeon Spoke - Aeon Spoke (Alternative Rock)
AFI - Sing the Sorrow (Punk)
3 Mar 2012, 16:16 by GorionIM
29 Dec 2010, 13:18 by max_maddoxCelldweller - Celldweller (2003)
Powerman 5000 - Anyone For Doomsday? (2001)
Pitchshifter - Psi (2002)
Rob Zombie - Hellbilly Deluxe (1998)
Slipknot - Slipknot (1999)
Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine (1989)
Korn - Issues (1999)
Limp Bizkit - Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000)
Biohazard - Uncivilization (2001)
Nirvana - Nevermind (1991)
System of a Down - System of a Down (1998)
13 Dec 2009, 22:01 by jordan3606
23 Dec 2008, 13:33 by MACHINE_FPVMACHINE_FPV's top albums
1. Carpathian - Nothing To Lose (414) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/5749569.jpg&w=160 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif2. Parkway Drive - Killing With a Smile (321) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000BLI2YO.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg&w=160 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif3. Slipknot - Slipknot (286) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/8674935.jpg&w=160 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif4. From Autumn To Ashes - The Fiction We Live (270) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/8634275.jpg&w=160 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif5. Slipknot - Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses) (256) http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/resizer.php?i=http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/15708535.jpg&w=160 http://ilo.gda.pl/filip/cover/spacer.gif6. …
2 Apr 2008, 05:32 by elit3ge
10 Feb 2008, 09:32 by liago0shI like listening to some aggressive music from time to time and I have always been thinking that heavy music should be aggressive. If you wanted something melodic, why would you listen to metal?
It doesn't mean that I like any aggressive music. I have several criteria for evaluating this kind of songs.
The most important parts are guitar/bass/synth riffs and vocals. These two have the same highest priority.
The riffs create the base rhythmical texture of the song and should be sophisticated enough to make the music interesting and groovy (Fear, Stupify, Damage Inc., Bodies, Meet the Creeper). Also there should not be too much solo guitar, maybe some short funky fragments to vary the main texture.
The vocals should sound solid and aggressive (James Hetfield, David Draiman, Rob Zombie, Dexter Holland, Chris Cornell) but singers should not use any of these freaky techniques like growling or screaming too much. Rapping is OK though (Zack De La Rocha). …
18 Jul 2006, 06:18 by kakaltoKeeping in mind this is only what I listen to on this computer, not what I have in my room...
Weekly Top Artists
- Been listening quite a bit to Nirvana again, since my mp3 player has died and I can't listen at school =/ Current favourite, About a Girl
- Really been digging Iron Maiden lately, absolutely loving Best of the Beast. Favourite track at the moment is Hallowed Be Thy Name.
System of a Down
- Couldn't go a week without 'em =) Naturally, these days they don't play older music videos for songs like Toxicity, but I heard (specifically that one) is quite interesting. I've seen many of the other videos, but I'm still searching, hoping to see this video. Sadly, the one on YouTube cut off about 5 seconds in >.>
- I've been liking The End of All Things to Come a lot lately, Skyring especially. Found it quite interesting browsing the artist page for this one, and finding a lot of the songs I like, to be missing from the top charts =) . …
2 Jul 2006, 10:30 by secondsabreIt's so rare, in the world we live in, to come across an album where the whole thing is pretty much gold. Very rarely do I grab an album and like every song on it. Usually I'll only rip half the CD to my computer, just 'cause I really don't wanna hear the songs that I'm more or less ambivilant towards. But every so often, you'll come across an album that is good, all the way through. And it doesn't have to be stellar. As long as every song on it is 'good', at the least, the entire album skyrockets into a place that most musicians can only ever dream of attaining.
Was talking about this with a friend today, and we agreed that although it's all well and good when an album kinda hooks you all the way through, it's much better when it kinda worms it's way under your skin. My big one right now is A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. At first, one or two songs were good... then another one caught on, as I got tired of the original track I liked. Then slowly, more and more of the album got to me, until I love the whole thing passiontely. …