And I should contemplate this change
I’m shooting for this weekend.
I second that [moving all this stuff into a commented discography thread]. I've already said that I have quite the trouble voting in this particular Survivor in general and I don't even feel very "Survivor-y" - I think I burnt out and ended the Dream Theater Survivor right after BC&SL - don't even recall whether I managed to comment on ADTOE (which is one of my favourite DT albums to boot!), the Steven Wilson Survivor managed to burn me out before the first album was over...
To be honest, I still kinda hope there will be an another (last?) Opeth Survivor when the new album drops, because the Opeth Survivor was something special (and it made me to collect the contributions in that single document) and I would like to participate this time - I might even be very quick at that, 'cause in the meantime I think I half-memorised most of the songs by heart, but other than that... no, I don't think I want to participate in any Survivors in the foreseeable future.
Which doesn't mean I don't want to discuss discographies - in fact that's something I always wanted to do. So I'd propose turning this misbegotten abortion of a game (sorry, but you know it's true) into a passionate discography-discussing thread and leave it at that.
I suppose it's my age, not my expertise. Sabbat was a fantastic, truly original, one-of-the-not-so-many-really-good-European-thrash-bands band I discovered in, er, 1990 I think (but I'm not sure. Give or take a year.)You must be the expert. I did not know.
It just sounds like flogging a dead horse to me.
I heard of Sabbat, but I never actually listened to them. I’ll watch the vid you sent later today.I suppose it's my age, not my expertise.
I’d do a Toolvivor.On the off-chance that there would be enough people interested in participating in a survivor again, I think a Tool survivor is something that could have potential. The new album is out, and with the small discography, it wouldn't be a super long game that would drag on forever and cause people to lose interest. Ghost and Alestorm both have small discographies as well and those survivors went over pretty well.