Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by Mosh, Aug 30, 2012.
Continuation of the Carach Angren story, now with subtitles
Loved his impressions of Halford and Mayhem
I love how Abbath is a totally stoner dude....just in corpse paint This is the song he's talking about in the beginning:
Awesome some by the mighty Immortal!
Who knows Cobalt, from Colorado? The band is a duo. One guy makes all the music. And the other does the vocals.
Erik Wunder – all instruments
Charlie Fell – vocals
I really like this song, from their latest album Slow Forever (2016). Very nice guitar riffs/rhythms. On this album the rhythms are not very black metallish, but the guitars and vocals sure do fit the picture. Enjoy! \m/
This one is good too, especially from 3:22. Those riffs are fucking great.
Hunt the Buffalo is exactly the sort of song title I'd expect from Colorado Black Metal.
Rock it Mosh!
I heard Cobalt, just not the new album.
I like this song a lot:
Cheers. I'll check that song and album later. I figure you also might like War Metal a lot:
A friend showed me a great documentary the other day. It's about one-man black metal projects led by severely depressed dudes. The Xasthur part is chilling. Be sure to watch all 3 parts.
I used to listen to that stuff when I was little, especially Xasthur. There is a certain unique beauty to that kind of Black Metal but it gets boring at one point, imo. My biggest beef with BM in general is the awful production. I guess you'll need to be severely depressed yourself in order to fully enjoy Depressive Suicidal Black Metal. If nothing else, it is a cool scene - sinister and macabre.
What, like 7?
I'm not into depressive black metal either. Agreed, it gets predictable and boring. But when you're in a fitting mood it can be pretty immersive. BM production is a whole nother topic. I like when it's treated as art in itself and used to craft a certain atmosphere or channel raw power. My favourite examples of that are usually professionally produced albums made sound like this on purpose.
9-13, I'd say.
Nice, quite early for this kind of music. I think I've barely touched any metal by 12 or so.
By the way, I think my favourite DSBM song is this. Some genuinely nice melodies and haunting vocals. It sounds raw and atmospheric without sounding like crap in terms of audio quality.
I just started listening to Rotting Christ and am absolutely loving it!
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