28 Nov 2014, 07:06 by Necrologue
18 Nov 2011, 00:54 by Omega_Switch22BSo I've decided to relist my catalog my vinyl collection here because I got really bored one day and decided to type all of this shit out- the thought of such boredness brings me much sadness, but I could've just sat staring at the wall, so given that thought this isn't such a pointless post. I'll post another journal entry at some point with some pics of the particularly beautiful vinyl.
If anyone is interested in trading or buying/selling, feel free to message me or comment.
Blonde Redhead- 23
The Flaming Lips- Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Herbie Hancock- Head Hunters
Neurosis- Enemy of the Sun
Talk Talk- The Colour of Spring
Vaste Air- Elixir
µ-Ziq- Tango N' Vectif (Rephlex 1993, 2xLP)
µ-Ziq- Bluff Limbo (Rephlex 1994, 12'')
µ-Ziq- Lunatic Harness (Planet Mu 1997, 2xLP)
A Tribe Called Quest- The Low End Theory (2xLP)
Abigor- Fractal Possession (End All Life 2007, 2xLP gatefold)
8 Sep 2011, 09:03 by HiroakiP
16 May 2010, 13:39 by baltech22Fifth in a series of two.
See parts ONE, TWO, THREE and FOUR
41. R.U. Dead? - Promotape 
Okay, I know the band name is ridiculous, but just trust me on this one. This was a full-length demo and never saw a proper release, but it's one of the most astounding slabs of death metal I've ever heard. The band was formed by Uli Hildenbrand after the dissolution of Poison and continued largely along the same track, with a more refined sound that seamlessly merged Teutonic thrash with Autopsy-style doomy death, while also blazing a trail with sprawling compositions and classy guitar interplay. In a lot of ways, this band laid the blueprint for bands like The Chasm and Dissection. A true classic lost to time.
42. Internal Decay - A Forgotten Dream 
27 Mar 2010, 06:07 by SpudfordI've recently got back into collecting vinyl and took a bunch of pics for one of the forums I post at. Figured I might post it here as well cos you just never know ;-)
Negură Bunget - 'N Crugu Bradului :
Nile - Annihilation of the Wicked, side 4 etching:
Nile - Ithyphallic:
Sabbat - History Of A Time To Come:
Sabbat - Dreamweaver:
Agalloch - Wolves of Timberline (11/1000)
Agalloch - From Which of This Oak
30 Jun 2009, 16:56 by milas_lacrymosaThe idea is to go to the page of your number one artist, and follow the link of it's number one similar artist, then repeating that for this artist and so on, noting down each artist as you go. Do this until you've got to 50 artists (not including your number one). If you get any repeats, just go to the second similar artist or the nearest one that you haven't already had.
1. Tarja Turunen
3. After Forever
8. Visions of Atlantis
11. Erben der Schöpfung
14. Forever Slave
16. Aesma Daeva
18. Trail of Tears
19. The Sins of Thy Beloved
23. Shape of Despair
26. Mournful Congregation
27. Longing for Dawn
35. Mourning Beloveth
20 May 2009, 03:53 by baltech22Fourth in a series of two.
See parts ONE, TWO and THREE
This time, they're in chronological order
Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom 
Here's a band every Obituary fan should listen to and realize how foolish they've been to have worshipped that overrated tripe. Sempiternal Deathreign was probably the ORIGINAL death/doom band. This album came out a full two years before Autopsy's Mental Funeral, and one year before Winter's Into Darkness. Basically, it's really raw, ugly doom/death, influenced primarily by the likes of Hellhammer and Black Sabbath, as well as classic Teutonic thrash (Sodom, Kreator). And unlike the aforementioned Obituary, their solos AREN'T the only interesting thing about their music. There are some actually great riffs to be found in here. Songs range anywhere from 1:55 to 10:53, so there's plenty of variety here, as well.
Traumatic Voyage - Traumatic Voyage 
24 Feb 2009, 10:29 by disastercasper"The feel of the album is heading for empty and bleak with flashes of rage." Thus spoke Andrew Craighan, My Dying Bride's long time guitarist about their latest work For Lies I Sire. Of course this vague statement reveals absolutely nothing, as this could apply to any album from their gloomy catalogue. But after two and a half long years of waiting and anticipating I grew impatient, so I was thrilled when I finally got my hand on this record. Their latter albums definitely belong to my favourites and have never managed to dissapoint me thus far. So while I was actually supposed to be studying I gave up after a while to actively listen to this long awaited album. Because I have listened to every song attentively, I have chosen for a track-by-track review to pay heed to every song on the album and give a detailed description of the new My Dying Bride record.
My Body, a Funeral: The album opens perfectly with a calmly playing guitar. …
13 Feb 2009, 23:04 by godemperorofhel1974 Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla
Tag: heavy metal
This album defines the first Not-Sabbath band, Metal begins taking shape as it goes farther away from simple Hard Rock. This is also the year Kiss and Van Halen form.
When I was a kid I was turned away by Judas Priest when I knew they didn't want kids listening to their albums, I rediscovered them much later in life.
1975 Black Sabbath - Sabotage
Tag: heavy metal
Black Sabbath's seminal first five albums have already been released, however it includes one of my favorites, Symptom of the Universe as well as my least favorite, Am I Going Insane (Radio).
1976 Scorpions - Virgin Killer
Tag: heavy metal
Metal begins the long hard road of being stereotyped as controversial, by now Shock Rock by the likes of Alice Cooper and Kiss is in full strenght.
I never listened to Scorpions seriously, when I was discovering Metal their glory days had already passed.
1977 Motörhead - Motörhead
9 Jan 2009, 00:52 by Gioele_EmperorThe classic best-of-the-year list.
enjoy, listen, and feel free to recommend me something (old, new or forthcoming) i might like.
[band, album, genre, country, label]
1.Nachtmystium, “Assassins”, Black Metal, USA, Century Media
2.Rome, “Masse Mensch Material”, Dark Folk, Lussemburgo, CMI
3.Werkraum, “Early Love Music”, Progressive Folk / Neo Folk, Germania, Ahnstern
4.Menace Ruine, “The Die is Cast”, Drone-Metal, Canada, Alien8
5.Jóhann Jóhannsson, “Fordlandia”, Modern Classical/Ambient, Islanda, 4AD
6.Esoteric, “The Maniacal Vale”, Funeral Doom Metal, Inghilterra, Season of Mist
7.A Forest of Stars, “The Corpse of Rebirth”, Black Metal, Inghilterra, Transcendental Creations
8.Paavoharju, “Laulu Laakson Kukista”, Elettronica/FreeFolk, Finlandia, Fonal
9.Sonne Hagal, “Jordansfrost”, Neo Folk, Germania, Tesco
10.Lau Nau, “Nuukkuu”, Free Folk, Finlandia, Locust
11.Have a Nice Life, “Deathconsciousness”, Dark/Gothic/Ambient, USA, Enemieslist