Metal thread \m/

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  1. adamkungl

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    I respect what Opeth are doing but I find it hard to fully buy into the style of prog they're doing. Haven't loved any of their modern releases.
     
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    Blut Aus Nord - Halucinogen
    Memoriam - Requiem for Mankind
    Teitanblood - The Baneful Choir
    Esoteric - A Pyhrric Existence
    Blood Incantation - Hidden History of the Human Race
    Tomb Mold - Planetary Clairvoyance
     
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    If a more savage album than this is released this year I’ll be surprised:

     
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    Got my tickets ready to go...
     
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    Anyone interested in Download... ?

    First announcement kinda poor.
    A mix of metal, punk and alternative but not enough of any of them to really tie together a days worth of bands. In particular the headliners seem to almost belong to a different festival entirely... what other bands is your average MCR fan going for?

    For me, would be keen to see Testament, Alestorm, Carcass, NeO
    But I'll be waiting for something decent in the top 2 rows before I make the jump. Not spending $200 on tickets and $200 on food and booze for half a days entertainment

    My Chemical Romance - (Only Aus Shows)

    Deftones || Jimmy Eat World || Clutch (Only Aus Shows)

    Ministry || In Flames || Testament || Alestorm (Only Aus Shows)

    Carcass|| Lacuna Coil (Only Aus Shows) || Hands Like Houses
    In Hearts Wake|| The HU || Baroness|| Ne Obliviscaris

    Bodyjar || New Years Day || Clowns || Venom Prison

    SKYND || Thornhill ||Disentomb|| Stand Atlantic
    Plini || RedHook || Dregg
     
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    Yeah nah. I’ve seen nearly every band there that I’d be interested in several times. Will save the coin for the trip to Tassie in June.
     
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    Who’s keen for Obituary on the 17th Jan?
     
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    Listening to Wilderun now and this is goddamn brilliant. Wow.
    Going to purchase the album, even though it's only available via download now.
     
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    I really didn't listen to many albums in 2019, no real reason, I just fell out of the habit of keeping up with everything. Listened to maybe 25 when I usually aim for 100
     
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    Going to see Deftones/Baroness sideshow. Went to Deftones at the Arena in Brisbane in the early 00s and it remains one of the best live shows ever, the energy in the place was amazing.

    2019 recommendation is
    although I prefer their earlier album Orange Mathematics.
     
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    Friday night, yee haw!

     
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    Lamb Of God's new single.

    I'm digging it - Art Cruz is a great replacement for Chris.

     
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    Gonna be an awesome next few months...

    Got my tix for Tool, Iron Maiden and Faith No More.
     
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    BtBam, DT, Iron Maiden, see if I can do FNM as well.
     
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    I'm going to Deftones side show in Brissie, haven't been to the new Fortitude Valley music hall yet so looking forward to that too.
     
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    Sylosis have a new one out called Cycle of Suffering. Feels a bit heavier than usual. It's a good listen.
     
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    Did anyone go see Tool? I had a VIP ticket and scored a center barrier position. Dude, the support act, Author & Punisher. The bass in the low frequency oscillators was constant and f**king brutal. After about 10 minutes everyone around me had their fingers jammed in their ears. My teeth were legit ratting in my skull, at times my vision blurred and it seemed like I was being choked. Never felt anything like it.

    Check out this guy... He's a f**king wall of sound that is probably being used to torture prisoners at Guantanamo.

     
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