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Posted by Karlabos on 15.04.2014 at 02:52
Written by no one on 15.04.2014 at 02:39

are they nsbm ? for some reason i thought i heard a rumour somewhere

I used to think that too. It seems that they have a member that is related to another band called Temnozor which has some relation to nsbm
But Walknut itself is not ns, the main guy said that on this interview.
Read the answer to the first question.

Written by no one on 15.04.2014 at 02:38

or the vending machine

LOL



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Joodicator

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Age: 22
From: UK

  30.10.2014 at 00:48
Written by EntombedRainfall on 29.10.2014 at 20:00

power metal maniacs

Funny, I wouldn't have taken you to be a power metal fan given that you have Entombed in your name.

Sonata Arctica - The Days of Grays
I usually considered this the weakest SA album because it's so... weird. The song structures, the lack of solos, the orchestras plus the debut of Elias' chuggier playing style, the way they put the back-to-roots Flag in the Ground in the middle of this otherwise very different album... something about it rubbed me up the wrong way, even though I still enjoyed it and listened loads because I'm a massive Sonata fan. But I haven't heard this in AGES, so it's time for another listen. I remember there being some really good bits amidst all the weirdness.
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deadone
Mainstream Poser

Posts: 4233
From: Australia

  30.10.2014 at 02:00
-The Exploited - Punks Not Dead

Makes me wish I was in a greasy, sweaty pub with the amps cranked high and the beer flowing freely.

-Samson - Shock Tactics
Decent NWOBHM with some no-name singer called Bruce Dickinson
no one

Posts: 2283

Age: 31
From: New Zealand

  30.10.2014 at 08:09
Written by deadone on 30.10.2014 at 02:00

-The Exploited - Punks Not Dead

Makes me wish I was in a greasy, sweaty pub with the amps cranked high and the beer flowing freely.


fuck yeah same!... it's dangerous
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Silent Jay

Posts: 272

Age: 26
From: UK

  30.10.2014 at 16:57
Devin Townsend - Z2
Haven't had much chance to let it all sink in yet. Definitely needs more Ziltoid though.

Mastodon - Once More 'round the Sun

Judas Priest - British Steel


Written by deadone on 30.10.2014 at 02:00

-The Exploited - Punks Not Dead

Makes me wish I was in a greasy, sweaty pub with the amps cranked high and the beer flowing freely.

-Samson - Shock Tactics
Decent NWOBHM with some no-name singer called Bruce Dickinson
Bruce Bruce!
Koen Smits

Posts: 1152

Age: 37
From: Belgium

  30.10.2014 at 17:59
Marginal - The Venom: played it like 10 times today. excellent grind/crust with a filthy punk attitude! Too short with under 20 minutes though.
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Written by Bad English on 05.04.2014 at 15:05

but spoil thius film is like spoil porn and say porn ends whit cum shot ...
Joodicator

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Age: 22
From: UK

  30.10.2014 at 18:41
Children 18:3 - Children 18:3
Punk, but much more poppy than I thought it would be. Some good stuff, but generally too annoying for me to want to listen to again.
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If you're 666 then I'm 777
http://www.last.fm/user/Joodicator
deadone
Mainstream Poser

Posts: 4233
From: Australia

  31.10.2014 at 00:18
-Iron Maiden - Live At Donnington

Not quite Live After Death but I've always enjoyed it.
Joodicator

Posts: 431

Age: 22
From: UK

  31.10.2014 at 00:26
Leverage - Circus Colossus
This brings back memories. Underrated melodic metal right here.

Tourniquet - Pathogenic Ocular Dissonance
Recently for some reason, I've always gone for the more straightforward Stop the Bleeding whenever I need a Tourniquet fix, rather than the schizophrenic thrash they're known for. But this is widely regarded as their best, and with good reason, it seems. To me, it's got to be a toss-up between this and STB now.

Clutch - Clutch
This took a lot of getting used to. I like it, but I'd like it more if it weren't a Clutch album. What got me into Clutch was the all-out having-fun-rock and the fittingly tongue-in-cheek lyrics, but early Clutch sounds closer to 'tough guy music' to me and loses the feeling of fun. It's probably just the vocal style though.
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http://www.last.fm/user/Joodicator
deadone
Mainstream Poser

Posts: 4233
From: Australia

  31.10.2014 at 02:09
- Obituary - Darkest Day

Rather stock standard

- Slayer - Christ Illusion

Also rather stock standard but there's a few decent tunes on it.
Joodicator

Posts: 431

Age: 22
From: UK

  31.10.2014 at 16:40
Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel
I've had the link to the album stream open ever since it was first posted. Simply amazing.
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If you're 666 then I'm 777
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