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Posted by tea[m]ster on 19.02.2011 at 10:20
My favorite genre. I will try to update this thread weekly. Giddy-up.



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Spirit Molecule
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  03.11.2011 at 15:41
I see these guys haven't been mentioned anywhere. I've been tripping on their album again. They've got a bit of a Church of Misery vibe going with the vocals and the guitar tones

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tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  15.11.2011 at 03:13
I mentioned this "band" before (one-man band)...Fading Waves has a new release. Check it out if you want some atmo/post!

Fading Waves - The Sense of Space
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Pierre Tombale

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  25.11.2011 at 22:02


Russian Circles, seriously
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Pierre Tombale

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  25.11.2011 at 22:07


Fall Of Efrafa, tho they are more post hardcore-ish
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Pierre Tombale

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From: Germany

  25.11.2011 at 22:11
Same goes for Amenra:



but maybe you will mind the crazy high screams here
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Marcel Hubregtse
Grumpy Fuck

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  26.11.2011 at 01:07
Written by Pierre Tombale on 25.11.2011 at 22:11

Same goes for Amenra:


AmenRa are totally awesome. I first came across them at Roadburn three or four years ago. And live they are really brooding and actually quite creepy as well.
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Spirit Molecule
spirit molecule

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  26.11.2011 at 12:36
Dude you going for roadburn this year??
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Marcel Hubregtse
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  26.11.2011 at 14:43
Written by Spirit Molecule on 26.11.2011 at 12:36

Dude you going for roadburn this year??


Yeah got my ticket, so did Mr. Doctor.
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Pierre Tombale

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From: Germany

  27.11.2011 at 03:01
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.11.2011 at 01:07

Written by Pierre Tombale on 25.11.2011 at 22:11

Same goes for Amenra:


AmenRa are totally awesome. I first came across them at Roadburn three or four years ago. And live they are really brooding and actually quite creepy as well.

at least one who knows about their quality!
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Spirit Molecule
spirit molecule

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  28.11.2011 at 00:47
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.11.2011 at 14:43

Written by Spirit Molecule on 26.11.2011 at 12:36

Dude you going for roadburn this year??


Yeah got my ticket, so did Mr. Doctor.


You bastards!
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Marcel Hubregtse
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  28.11.2011 at 00:51
Written by Spirit Molecule on 28.11.2011 at 00:47

Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 26.11.2011 at 14:43

Written by Spirit Molecule on 26.11.2011 at 12:36

Dude you going for roadburn this year??


Yeah got my ticket, so did Mr. Doctor.


You bastards!


And Collin also got his and loads of other people I know. So it will be a 4-day party once again.
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Spirit Molecule
spirit molecule

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From: India

  28.11.2011 at 11:04
Haha yeah, rub it in. Quite cool how tickets sold out so fast. Great line up this year as well
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tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  07.12.2011 at 03:58
Another gem found on the web...thank god for music blogs

Look To Windward - Fortunes Haze

A great mixture of clean and growl vocals, post and prog riffs and atmo and sludgy passages. Terrific!

Download entire album FOR FREE here:

http://looktowindward.bandcamp.com/album/fortunes-haze
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The Turbanator

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  11.12.2011 at 16:03
This one is not bad either. Live version sounds bit better than the studio one.

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baldur

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  16.12.2011 at 17:00
Yep does sound better than the studio version
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The Turbanator

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  20.12.2011 at 20:09
Thanks to this thread, I've known Tides From Nebula. What a fantastic band.
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tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  22.12.2011 at 01:35
Written by The Turbanator on 20.12.2011 at 20:09

Thanks to this thread, I've known Tides From Nebula. What a fantastic band.


Yes they have a couple of good releases. If you like them and want to listen to some similar bands/music check out these (if u haven't already):

Jakob
Callisto
Russian Circles
Red Sparowes
God is an Astronaut
Explosions in the Sky
65daysofstatic
This Will Destroy You
Three Steps to the Ocean
Sleepmakeswaves
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The Turbanator

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From: Malaysia

  22.12.2011 at 10:07
Written by tea[m]ster on 22.12.2011 at 01:35

Written by The Turbanator on 20.12.2011 at 20:09

Thanks to this thread, I've known Tides From Nebula. What a fantastic band.


Yes they have a couple of good releases. If you like them and want to listen to some similar bands/music check out these (if u haven't already):

Jakob
Callisto
Russian Circles
Red Sparowes
God is an Astronaut
Explosions in the Sky
65daysofstatic
This Will Destroy You
Three Steps to the Ocean
Sleepmakeswaves


Ah yes I have all of them, except the last two. I'll check them out man, thanks!
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The Turbanator

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From: Malaysia

  22.12.2011 at 18:14
Great band :
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IronAngel

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  23.12.2011 at 00:42
Indeed, but totally out of place in this topic. I can still swallow heavy, sludgy post-rock bands like Russian Circles or Red Sparowes, but ASIWYFA are almost pure math rock.

Not that I'm the forum police. Just saying, if you're looking for heavy sludge stuff or something metallic, that band probably isn't the way to go. I really like that debut, though. They released a new album this year, called Gangs. I don't think it's quite as good, but still nice. (Battles' album Gloss Drop was my favorite math rock album of the year, I think.)
tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  24.12.2011 at 03:29
Written by IronAngel on 23.12.2011 at 00:42

Indeed, but totally out of place in this topic. I can still swallow heavy, sludgy post-rock bands like Russian Circles or Red Sparowes, but ASIWYFA are almost pure math rock.

Not that I'm the forum police. Just saying, if you're looking for heavy sludge stuff or something metallic, that band probably isn't the way to go. I really like that debut, though. They released a new album this year, called Gangs. I don't think it's quite as good, but still nice. (Battles' album Gloss Drop was my favorite math rock album of the year, I think.)


Hmmm, never listend to math rock before (at least not on purpose) but that ASIWYFA cut sounded pretty good to me. Sounds like something I could get into. Iron Angel, you can police this thread anytime you want. Your comments and suggestions are held in the highest regard...to me anyways!
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tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  24.12.2011 at 03:31
I've been digging this little monster lately:

http://oflegend.bandcamp.com/album/cleric-of-samsara

FREE DOWNLOAD...

Check it out for some uncomplicated, riff-oriented sludge!
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The Turbanator

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From: Malaysia

  24.12.2011 at 12:59
Written by tea[m]ster on 24.12.2011 at 03:31

I've been digging this little monster lately:

http://oflegend.bandcamp.com/album/cleric-of-samsara

FREE DOWNLOAD...

Check it out for some uncomplicated, riff-oriented sludge!


Very nice!
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tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  24.12.2011 at 18:33
Written by The Turbanator on 24.12.2011 at 12:59

Written by tea[m]ster on 24.12.2011 at 03:31

I've been digging this little monster lately:

http://oflegend.bandcamp.com/album/cleric-of-samsara

FREE DOWNLOAD...

Check it out for some uncomplicated, riff-oriented sludge!


Very nice!


Bandcamp has alot of good shit. You may have to give your email or some you may have to buy but at least you can get a preview for free and it's always in mp3 or FLAC format...small price to pay.
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tea[m]ster
Au Pays Natal

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  30.12.2011 at 02:59
Here are a few more I have uncovered recently. I will not post links, google is your best friend! Heck, some of these may be on this website

Junius - Reports From The Threshold Of Death
The Psyke Project - Apnea
Alternativ Quartet - Aripi
At The Soundawn - Shifting
Oceansize - Frame
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IronAngel

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Age: 25
From: Finland

  02.01.2012 at 14:15
Written by tea[m]ster on 30.12.2011 at 02:59

Here are a few more I have uncovered recently. I will not post links, google is your best friend! Heck, some of these may be on this website

Junius - Reports From The Threshold Of Death


Yes, this album is so good. It's really strange too, like a mixture of heavy post-rock/atmosludge, and shameless alt-rock anthems. So many big vocal hooks, but such a rich and interesting sound. I really recommend it to those who haven't heard it. Something a little similar, but not as heavy or catchy, is Laura's Twelve Hundred Times.

Didn't know the other ones (except Oceansize, but only casually). I'll look them up, thanks.
(((O)))

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  02.01.2012 at 14:26
On the topic of Junius, has anyone heard the Junius/Rosetta split? Rosetta's side of the split was kinda disappointing but I really liked Junius. Especially this track, it's great.

!J.O.O.E.!
Thought Police

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  02.01.2012 at 14:28
Written by (((O))) on 02.01.2012 at 14:26

On the topic of Junius, has anyone heard the Junius/Rosetta split? Rosetta's side of the split was kinda disappointing but I really liked Junius. Especially this track, it's great.



I loved Junius when all they had to their name was the Blood Is Bright EP a long old time ago. I haven't been as impressed with them in recent years though but I'll give the new one a shot.
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  02.01.2012 at 14:32
Quote:
I loved Junius when all they had to their name was the Blood Is Bright EP a long old time ago. I haven't been as impressed with them in recent years though but I'll give the new one a shot.

I haven't heard that EP yet, I'll check it out now
baldur

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  02.01.2012 at 16:48
I recently discovered Monkey3. Their 2011 release beyond the black sky is pretty awesome.
i cant really describe the music but i think it fits to post/atmospheric at least
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