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WHYBLT: What Have You Been Listening To?
Posted: Posted April 24th
Edited April 24th by nullfather

Devo - Satisfaction:



Sempiternal Deathreign - The Spooky Gloom:



Poison (no, not the glam one) - Into the Abyss:



Inter Arma - Sundown:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wLcsLYyLuQ&list=PLQlwyPGPZxn4acEgRpUEWAFnRAN32cgKE

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Buckethead - Fourneau Cosmique



Also have tickets to see Buckethead live in June. One of the few things getting me through the last weeks of school.

Posted April 24th by Vandy

In awe at these lads.



Posted April 26th by nullfather

i've been getting back into big black







interesting quote from wickerpedia:

Albini explained that the band strove for intensity, stating that their goal was to make "something that felt intense when we went through it, rather than something that had little coded indicators of intensity. Heavy metal and stuff like that didn't really seem intense to me, it seemed comical to me. Hardcore punk didn't really seem intense most of the time — most of the time it just seemed childish. I guess that's how I would differentiate what we were doing from what other people were doing."

Edited April 26th by poptart!

oh, also, recently i came across this nirvana / the jesus lizard split. not sure how i didn't know about it before. both tracks are pretty sick





sorry the cover art on those is from different releases

Posted April 26th by poptart!

something that felt intense when we went through it, rather than something that had little coded indicators of intensity. Heavy metal and stuff like that didn't really seem intense to me, it seemed comical to me.


That's an interesting assertion, but one that I think is significantly dated due to the age of Big Black. They formed in the early '80s, when thrash, black and death metal didn't even exist yet. Most of what was popular was cheesy old trad metal, some doom metal and some speed metal. All still very young in the literal sense, most still very juvenile in the intellectual sense. Iron Maiden, though they were already around, hadn't even gotten around to making The Number of the Beast, thus rendering the snarky comment I was going to make about DUDE SATAN LMAO moot. The genre still had Black fucking Sabbath and Judas fucking Priest as their frontrunners, with all of the sublimity and profundity that that entails.

Posted April 27th by nullfather

yeah that's a good point actually - i tend to lump metal together, but pleasure to kill was in 86 and scream bloody gore was even later than that. i'm probably wrong, but i've always considered those albums to be the beginnings of death metal. or did possessed put their album out earlier? idk

Posted April 27th by poptart!

i'm probably wrong, but i've always considered those albums to be the beginnings of death metal. or did possessed put their album out earlier? idk


Possessed released Seven Churches in 1985 and that's generally considered the codifier (or at least the ur-example), complete with a track titled Death Metal.

Posted April 27th by nullfather

2 albums - usually on the way to school and to home.

Evolve by Imagine Dragons
(How to Live) As Ghosts by 10 Years

Posted April 27th by Castrael

cant stop listening to this song the past few months altho i find myself skipping the quiet part at the end sometimes which must be some kind of sin


im into this song the past few days


Edited April 27th by susurrous



This was in my head earlier probably because I had an ominous feeling most of the day (and still do despite doing things) and this music was associated with the calm before the storm in the game to me, which prompted me to go listen to it. Ya it's all anime styled but from what I can remember it's a pretty great psychological horror game imo. Not so much scary in a jumpscare way but more it fucks with your head.

Also some Sabaton music only because it's in Hearts of Iron 4 and I recently started playing that. Most recently this one was in my head though, also the historical battle and context it was based on sounds interesting. I'm direct linking it because the embed seemed broken.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGtEH1i78sI
This is what happens when you don't listen to music much I guess, a lot of it comes from games.

Edited April 27th by KnokkelMillennium
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