(01-12-2012 07:33 PM)Lucke Wrote: Now that is your problem, you don't like the sound they can make in general so therefore you can't actually know the difference. BMTH have a lot of haters for being too light, but I actually prefer them when you can actually hear how great Oli's screams are.
Oranssi Pazuzu - Korppi sounds like a bad version of Rammstein in all honesty.
Let's just say I don't like to listen to genres like metalcore (or most metal in general I guess) because the genre repeats itself too much for my taste. When you grow up having a music library with only a few metal bands (children of bodom and Soilwork for example) that stuff just starts sounding like boring crap.
Sometimes your taste develops with a peaceful relationship to your previous stuff, but sometimes you just think "why the hell did I listen to this crap".
Now I actually listened to the other song you posted, it is significantly better than the first one, sounds more melodeath than metalcore (with a slight slight hint of post-rockish sound?). But god damn do I hate that emo scream voice.
But how in the fucking way can you compare Oranssi pazuzu to Rammstein?? Shit makes absolutely no sense!
Quote:Between the Buried and Me!! And Gojira!
These are two for the more prog orientated metalheads
I wouldn't put Between the Buried and Me to the prog category, but Gojira definitely has some prog in it.
Even though I've listened tons of progressive metal, Gojira has never been one that I'd listen much. Perhaps it was too death metal for me...
I could list some progressive metal bands now that its mentioned, just don't expect anything br000tal:
Ghost Brigade - Clawmaster
>Progressive melodeath, dark
Song from the rather new album I havent listened to much, their first album is extremely moody and enjoyable, really recommend to give that album a try
Riverside - 02 Panic Room
sorry for 240p
The Devin Townsend Project - Sumeria (album review link here
>extremely complex, heavy and layered metal with a choir, orchestra and lots of guest artist
devin fanboys like me might love it, others probably hate it a lot, he has more accessible stuff too though...
Ayreon - Day Three: Pain
>Progressive metal, rock opera, tons of guest singers
the album Human Equation was my introduction to progressive music, its quite funny that devin townsend is featured in this particular song.
Concept album so I recommend listening to the whole thing instead of single songs.
I think its best I stop here, unearthlybrutal disapproves this soft music, right?
This thread makes me enjoy music for hours, its weird. Hope this post doesn't go to waste.