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Old 05-01-2008, 11:32 PM   #706
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If you ever produced a death metal band, it wouldn't be fucking death metal if you took out the growls!
What about an instrumental death metal band?
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i'm going to nyc for 4 days. throughout our stay we're gonna see how many statues and sculptures we can find and take pictures of/with them.
Ooh, cool. I like to photograph the ones I find around Melbourne.
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What about an instrumental death metal band?
Bands along those lines tend to be classified under other metal subgenres.
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i'm going to nyc for 4 days. throughout our stay we're gonna see how many statues and sculptures we can find and take pictures of/with them.
That sounds awesome. I could imagine some kind of movie montage. Have fun!
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Bands along those lines tend to be classified under other metal subgenres.
Okay it might not be death metal then but it would be great.
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If you liked FOABP? None. Anesthetize's middle section is about as heavy as it gets.

Other notably heavy tracks: Wedding Nails (In Absentia), Orchidia, and Futile (both on the Futile EP).
I've only listened to Stupid Dream.
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thanks guys! and with that im off to read. night night!
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I've only listened to Stupid Dream.
Well, give In Absentia or FOABP a try. What metal influence is there pretty much is applied to a rock context or has more to do with atmosphere as opposed to sound. I would only classify about five or six PT tracks as metal, and they're scattered across a number of albums.

And aren't you participating in the Led Zep Survivor? They're metal ...
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Axver, I'm listening to parts of your DI playlist again. The transition from Our Illuminated Tomb to Untitled is probably my favorite of this edition of the game.
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Well, give In Absentia or FOABP a try. What metal influence is there pretty much is applied to a rock context or has more to do with atmosphere as opposed to sound. I would only classify about five or six PT tracks as metal, and they're scattered across a number of albums.

And aren't you participating in the Led Zep Survivor? They're metal ...
No. I'm a mild fan of LZ. Haven't heard anything past their hits.
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And I wouldn't call Led Zeppelin metal. Hard rock at most, simply rock if you ask me.
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