18:13 - Apothecary That Candelabrum production really isn't that bad, I mean it's not the type I typically *prefer, but it does succeed in creating this really claustrophobic, cavernous type sound, which is cool
17:55 - Korah Yes, that new song's amazing!! What do you think about it ?
17:04 - !J.O.O.E.! The production on that Candelabrum is not great. Unless you hate bass that is. You guys are weird. That's the type of thing I would skim over simply because it sounds like whoever made it has no finesse with production.
Quite enjoyable. Kind of sounds like Sepultura meets Monstrosity. I'd agree with the 8 and certainly not a 6.
This one needs a reissue so I can buy it at a reasonable price!
Damn, glad to see you liked it. I can see the Sepultura meets Monstrosity comparison, and it seems like a good way to describe it. Their first two desperately need a reissue man, the CD for this goes for upwards of €200.00!
Judging by your tastes, can I assume both Thrash and Florida Death are lacking in emotional punch for you? Both genres are essentially collections of riffs and seldom even get the true anger and aggression you'd find in later versions of death metal or hardcore or grind.
Damn I feel naked now . Exactly. I've never been a big fan of thrash or early death, with of course exceptions. Even if I can completely understand the appeal, it's just not what I look for in the long run. I still enjoy it a lot for a listen, or when it's played live, or even when inebriated.
It's amazing how much you can tell about a person by their music tastes!
Incidentaly it's the mindless, catchy riffy goodness that I seek in metal. It's why I'm so out of place in the 21st century where a lot of stuff is focused on emotion in metal and the pool of riffs has been largely used up (exceptions aside).
I know right, that's why it's so easy to stereotype someone after you get a good look at what they like . But it's okay you still have a few thousand pre-1995 albums to listen to on MS haha. We're going off topic though. I myself am more interested in what this band's albums that were tagged "grunge" and someone has voted with straight 1s. I should listen to one of them just for kicks.
...this kind of poppy rock needs to have a sing along kind of vibe and the lyrics usually matter more than save metal. So Slovak doesn't work for me as an English speaker...
I can understand Slovak but it still sounds like crap. Their first album was rather popular among metalheads in Czechoslovakia despite some bad reviews which labeled the band as Sepultura clone. Their change of style pissed off most of their original fans but they achieved moderate commercial success.