What kind of music do we all listen to?

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Post by Nodtveidt » Wed Sep 14, 2005 7:28 pm

m2j wrote:I'm getting progressivly more in to Black Metal, the likes of Darkthrone/Burzum/Mayhem. I've got about 3 DarkThrone albums and I a BM compilation or too.
Darkthrone's "A Blaze In The Northern Sky" is probably their most aggressive and well-defined album. If you don't have that one, get it ASAP...it defines what early Norwegian black metal is all about. :) Other stuff in that vein you might want to check out are Emperor's "Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk" (also check out Ihsan's side project...I don't remember what it's called though), Dissection's "Storm Of The Light's Bane", and just about anything by Dark Funeral (hah, especially Blackmoon's take on "Satanic Blood", it's rather funny).
m2j wrote:As far as powermetal goes I fork HATE IT. Especially DragonForce, and Anyone calling themselves Battle Metal. The idea that PLASTIC swords at gigs make them favourites among fans instead of gigs where REAL swords turn up sickens me. I hold very few things sacred, but my love of epic fantasy is the one I hold most dear, and this spinal tappification of it sends me into far right extreemism.
fork to that one.


Post by m2j » Thu Sep 15, 2005 5:40 am

I've got 'A blaze in the northern sky', and the one that came after it, where the name isn't written on the actual disk, but there's a pic of a tree + a dude in corpse paint... Is it 'under a funeral moon' or 'transilvanian hunger', or some other one I haven't heard the name of?

And I've got 'Hate Them', which is almost a punk album it's so stripped down... recorded in 25 hours I beleive... It's what got me into Darkthrone in the firstplace...



Post by Guest » Fri Sep 16, 2005 9:44 am

Traditional Irish Music
Ceol na hGael



Post by m2j » Fri Sep 16, 2005 10:42 am

When you put a 'h' into an Irish word, it goes after the first consonant (eg. Conaic -> cHonaic).

But you never put a h after a G anyway.

What you're ment to put before the G in this case is a N.

Ceol na nGael.

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Post by urger » Fri Sep 16, 2005 7:45 pm

My own fault for
a) not actually speaking the language
b) mistyping

Oh well, at least I can play worth a damm:-)
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Post by matt2jones » Sat Sep 17, 2005 5:10 am

Yeah, I figured you just miscopied an 'n' to a 'h', but it's about the only thing I know in irish (actually, a h can come after a g though, I checked it up), so I thought I'd play the bastard smart person for once...

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Post by Agent_Firestalker » Wed Oct 05, 2005 11:19 am

It depends on your mood, i guess. If i'm in a serious thinking mood (programming, anyone?) i listen to apocalyptica (A 4 man cello band famous for it's metallica covers). On any normal day I listen to most alternative and modern rock, with some metal.

Long live Nine Inch Nails.... and System of a Down!

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