I only brought it to fit in with Marcel and the other Doom boys
Actually it's a very good album and has a certain pomp and hugeness your average Sabbath worshipping Doom band doesn't have as well as big massive 1980s metal riffs and guitar sound. I also like the vocalist.
And as I'm yet to hear anything I like enough to buy in 2015, I'm getting back catalogue instead.
Absu - The Third Storm of Cythraul cd
Absu - The Sun of Tiphareth cd
Beherit - In The Devil's Studio 1990
Deathblow - The Other Side of Darkness cd. A gnarly local thrash band
Van Halen - 1984 vinyl
Huey Lewis and The News - Sports vinyl
Foreigner - Complete Greatest Hits cd
My problem is a bunch of motherfuckers we don't even know calling us assholes on the internet to teenagers and guys who can't even get laid.
Putting a stop to that is the most important thing we could ever do.
Been hooked on some sludge lately and really liked Baroness when I listened to them. The second disc is a 5 track live CD which was recorded at the Roadburn festival. Can't wait to listen more to this!
"Even we don't know anything about theory and stuff....but this is a combination of lydian mode and phrygian dominant...and ends with a diminished run starting on F"
No really what I expected. It is the same old Ancient Rites, but that is the problem. It feels emotionless, empty and flat. I gave it a 7 just because it is still solid enough to listen to, but nothing spectacular.
The 3-vinyl version from The Ajna Offensive is fucking massive. But it's like 45 dollars. xD
I don't know. Considering how massive it is (seen it on Discogs), that seems like pretty decent a price.
Got Volahn - Aq'Ab'Al and the Crepusculo Negro compilation (CD version) from Ajna barely a week ago. Damn, that compilation was indeed a good move and the vinyl version looks even more tempting than before seeing how the CD version looks like.
Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29 Like you could kiss my ass
Written by Milena on 20.06.2012 at 10:49 Rod, let me love you.