\m/ lines metalheads \m/


#141

This album really grew on me, might be a contender for AOTY


#142

Didn’t see anyone mention Electric Wizard this is my fave track of theirs:


#143

New find that I’ve been digging into over the weekend so far.


#144

Sun Worship just released a live recording from Roadburn.


#145

Have been into Rivers of Nihil this last week.
These two albums are outstanding.


#146

anything else like this?


#147

One of my favorite metal releases of the year. Some of those riffs are so cerebral yet so visceral.


#148

Well, they’ve put out like 10,000 demos, so there’s always more from the source. But stuff like Black Cilice and Xasthur (before he went neofolk) have some of that same depressive black metal vibe.


#149

The best depressive black metal album IMHO


#150

@ht73, also

less lo-fi and depressive, but this is probably my favorite black metal album


#151

my random olde find of the day (via some rateyourmusic list of ‘weird metal’ or something) TIMEGHOUL


#152

the Xasthur in particular… thank you!!!


#153

Even if you’re not in NYC (I’m not) consider supporting in a modest way, anti-NAZI metal festival

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/18539637/black-flags-over-brooklyn-2019/description


#154

Had this thing on repeat for the past couple of days.
I think my proggy past and preference for epically long songs is showing.


#155

Did someone say “Electric Wizard”?


This one makes my eyes roll back in my head every time I listen.

Also, while not necessarily “metal”, did anyone dig on Dead Meadow? Great live band. Haven’t heard much from them in the last few years, seems like they’re still going!
This one has one of my favouritest hypno-riffs ever:


#156

Jinjr - this lady has the most amazing voice.


#158

I mostly listen to metal found via youtube comments, definite poser :smiley:


#159

new TF record coming in hot. guitar tone on this is just silly great.


#160

I’ve been revisiting some favourites from 30 years ago recently.


#161

I went to see Converge and Neurosis play in Shibuya, Tokyo last night. Converge were great fun, and their stand-in drummer did a great job, but Neurosis took things to another level. Beautifully interspersed ambient electronics, thunderous drums and monolithic riffs. Their bassist has one of the hardest hitting voices I’ve ever heard, almost percussive in its intensity.