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There are at least ten real or fictional artists that have used the name Phantasm, including a viol consort, a progressive rock band, a rap MC, and several defunct rock and metal bands.

1. Phantasm (1994-) is an award-winning quartet of viols, founded in 1994 by Laurence Dreyfus. Their repertoire is centered on 16th- and 17th-century English consort music. The quartet's numerous albums include works by composers William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons, John Jenkins, William Lawes, John Ward, and others. Phantasm… read more

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  • Avatar for nopuppet
    @sacrilegioustom: see the emoticon at the end of my shout? Kommt davon wenn man versucht im Nebel zu lesen ;-))
  • Avatar for Ichthyander
    Phantasm - The Abominable (1995) [Full Album]
  • Avatar for sacrilegioustom
    @ Nopuppet, we don't talk about Phantasm from Los Angeles, but the one based in Milwaukee.
  • Avatar for nopuppet
    but it isn' t a death metal band. phantasm is a thrash metal project feat. katon from hirax ;-)
  • Avatar for sacrilegioustom
    metaldiscussor said everything. Those dudes were unconventional and talented.
  • Avatar for metaldiscussor
    This is my favorite death metal band of all time. I feel unbelievably fortunate for the knowledge of this band's existence. Their style is so unlike anything I have heard in death metal before. Literally, if I looked up bands for a similar sound to these guys, I would fail to find it, and I've listened to a lot o death metal. The way these guys put together so unconventional, yet they way they pull it off makes it some of the most bizarre sounding and genuinely awesome sounding bands I have ever heard in my life. Their style is so much more then going through the motions like a normal death metal band would. The way I would describe their music is low fi horror death metal. Not like campy horror. I mean like the low guitars, the sudden changes in tempo. I make the analogy that this is like watching a good horror film, like one you've never seen. Just like a film, there's suspense, slow parts, fast parts, shifts in plot, just as there is shifts in the tempo and loudness these guys play.
  • Avatar for Grosseteste
    (It doesn't affect me, by the way; I scrobble art/serious music the sensible, music-lover's way, by composer. If I listen to a Phantasm at all, it'll be one of the other bands.)
  • Avatar for Grosseteste
    There's no rule about pictures, though there is one about the ordering of bios (most-listened first). BTsGraveland is right: it's's bad design that's led to the problem (on countless pages) -- though having said that, it can be disconcerting to see an unrelated picture pop up next to something you're listening to, and it seems far that the fewest people ought to have that experience... There's no chance of that happening unless get a grip, though; different kinds of music attract different kinds of people (broadly; I'd probably enjoy at least half the groups here), and jonowev shows us the kind of person most attracted to one kind of music. They're the ones who'll win, because they're juvenile and obsessive; they also won't allow a solution like Robo_Dobo's (I've encountered the same thing on the [artist]Peter King[/artist] page); best to give up, and spend the time instead lobbying for a solution.
  • Avatar for jonowev
    @ verulamio: Cunt!
  • Avatar for FSylvestris
    The new band pic is a lot better than the green one. RoboDobo's idea also makes sense — but two to four equal-sized pics seems simpler. Make them too small and the thumbnails will look weird.

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