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3 hours ago, VN1X said:

Ah so it's post-hardcore x black metal. Good stuff! I've not actually listened to them before. :unsure:

 

I imagine you'd enjoy Svalbard as well, which is also fronted by a woman but they do post-hardcore x punk (I guess).

 

 

 

Ah nice one! I'll listen to that on my way home. 

 

First Oathbreaker track I heard was the utterly banging Origin. They've veered away of the Hardcore quite a bit over their last two releases and carved out their own sound. I've only streamed that new record once but like what I heard. 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Broken Richie said:

New Opeth is ok, definitely feel Pale Communion is by far the strongest out of last three.

 

Artwork is lush though.

I think heritage is better. Pele communication feels disjointed to me. Some great songs though. 

 

Not sure I can be bothered to listen to the new one given what I've heard. 

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On 30/09/2016 at 21:53, Blunt said:

Loving the new Opeth. Feels like a definite continuation of their new sound but with more muscle behind it and a bit more variety to it as well.

 

After a couple listens, Chrysalis is shaping up like a favorite.

Yeah it's growing on me too. 

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From a/some/all guy(s) in Elitist comes Black & White:

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NEW PROJECT ALERT!

Introducing the first single 'White Tide' from the musical project and self-titled album "Black & White". The theme of this track lays in the middle of the album between the happier and lighter sounds of the first portion of the album, and the darker more brooding sounds from the later part. I'm gearing up for an album release in late Fall 2016. Share if you dig!

-J

 

Which reminds me... whatever happened to that 90-minute debut album from Corelia? :(

 

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On 30/09/2016 at 21:53, Blunt said:
On 30/09/2016 at 21:53, Blunt said:

Loving the new Opeth. Feels like a definite continuation of their new sound but with more muscle behind it and a bit more variety to it as well.

 

After a couple listens, Chrysalis is shaping up like a favorite.

Loving the new Opeth. Feels like a definite continuation of their new sound but with more muscle behind it and a bit more variety to it as well.

 

After a couple listens, Chrysalis is shaping up like a favorite.

 

I tend to agree. It seems a lot better than it first appears.

 

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