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Old 04-20-2008, 01:58 AM   #796
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elmel will you repost the link?
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What would one have to do to successfully transfer out of metal?
Well, Anathema started out as one of the leading doom death bands. Then their death vocalist quit. The albums subsequent to that lead from death metal into a dark kind of alternative rock. Their latest stuff has been rather subdued atmospheric rock.
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Well, Anathema started out as one of the leading doom death bands. Then their death vocalist quit. The albums subsequent to that lead from death metal into a dark kind of alternative rock. Their latest stuff has been rather subdued atmospheric rock.
What's the difference between regular metal and doom death? Or is that self-explanatory?
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Don't be fooled by the male name, it's DOL.

Well, I suppose nearly male. Just every time I see it, I think of Chas Licciardello of The Chaser. And he's fucking hilarious.
i think of my friend's all boys school preppy high school friend he tells crazy awful stories about
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It's not a male name! It's short for an awful female one.

It's Chasity, and no I don't wear iron underwear.
Ahh, now that makes more sense then.
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Chass, I said you were on crack, NOT crazy


And your name's spelled wrong *runs*
Same difference.

And NO IT'S NOT. You and Microsoft can kiss my one-T ass
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Which link?
sorry when i typed it ax's commentary on your samples was right above it, but my internet flipped out. i wanna listen to the pretend DI stuff you made.


i am giving up on dl'ing real DI for now, my internet keeps blipping and stopping the DLs and I have to go back to the various upload sites...
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What's the difference between regular metal and doom death? Or is that self-explanatory?
Doom death was an early nineties meeting of doom metal (which was started by the likes of Black Sabbath and progressively got slower and heavier) and death metal.

You can view it two ways: either death metal slowed to the speed of doom metal, or doom metal with death metal vocals.
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Old 04-20-2008, 02:03 AM   #805
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sorry when i typed it ax's commentary on your samples was right above it, but my internet flipped out. i wanna listen to the pretend DI stuff you made.


i am giving up on dl'ing real DI for now, my internet keeps blipping and stopping the DLs and I have to go back to the various upload sites...
http://www.mediafire.com/?jggjmzhbbhc

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ok ax, anathema:

i'm listening to parts of judgement now, i liked emotional winter best. is this waht you were referring to by dark atmospheric rock? or is there a later album i might like better? i don't like the heavy metal songs on the album
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And NO IT'S NOT. You and Microsoft can kiss my one-T ass
The Oxford English Dictionary would like to have a word with you and your parents.
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ok ax, anathema:

i'm listening to parts of judgement now, i liked emotional winter best. is this waht you were referring to by dark atmospheric rock? or is there a later album i might like better? i don't like the heavy metal songs on the album
I don't think there's any metal at all on Judgement, except perhaps Pitiless.

They get softer with each subsequent album, really. I highly recommend A Fine Day To Exit. Release in particular is an awesome track.
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Doom death was an early nineties meeting of doom metal (which was started by the likes of Black Sabbath and progressively got slower and heavier) and death metal.

You can view it two ways: either death metal slowed to the speed of doom metal, or doom metal with death metal vocals.
I'll choose choice B.

Sculptured not only opened with another sampling, but the death growls have returned. I was getting worried.
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