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Old 06-11-2014, 01:28 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 06-13-2014, 05:26 PM   #22 (permalink)
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The genre itself isn't particularly strange, but the name is just... yeah. I just found out about a sub-genre of extreme metal called "stench death/doom". From the bands labelled such it seems to be sloppily-played doom metal influenced death metal with ugly production that somehow reminds you of horror movies and zombies (hence the "stench"). Death metal and doom metal are already goofy enough as names, and death/doom is actually kind of embarrassing. But "stench death/doom" crosses the line into being just a groan-inducing, random assortment of words that have no literal association with the actual music. Awesome genre though.

And if you want to look it up then don't bother. I Googled it and got like two passing references to it. I think most people just go with death/doom and leave it at that. I don't even think last.fm has a tag for it.






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The genre itself isn't particularly strange, but the name is just... yeah. I just found out about a sub-genre of extreme metal called "stench death/doom". From the bands labelled such it seems to be sloppily-played doom metal influenced death metal with ugly production that somehow reminds you of horror movies and zombies (hence the "stench"). Death metal and doom metal are already goofy enough as names, and death/doom is actually kind of embarrassing. But "stench death/doom" crosses the line into being just a groan-inducing, random assortment of words that have no literal association with the actual music. Awesome genre though.

And if you want to look it up then don't bother. I Googled it and got like two passing references to it. I think most people just go with death/doom and leave it at that. I don't even think last.fm has a tag for it.






Production wise it kind of has that crust punk sound.
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Old 06-14-2014, 03:36 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Pop punk is an oxymoron but yet it exists. Does that mean progressive punk can exist as well?
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Pop punk is an oxymoron but yet it exists. Does that mean progressive punk can exist as well?
Sure, just look at Bad Religion.
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bob`s Krishnacore: not often that music and the message of the lyrics are pulling in such different directions. A very surprising style.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhIJGF85Pro

This is called Chillwave. It's purposely made so that it sounds like an old cassette synthpop track from the '80s.
^ Well worth clicking on the link for the video pastiche alone, but a pretty restricting musical direction to head in I would`ve thought, Aichuk.

rostasi`s Polkacide band look like they deliver a really fun night out, and reminded me of Nortec Collective, another band who play a hybrid of differing styles convincingly. In this case, it`s electronica and norteño:-

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Pop punk is an oxymoron but yet it exists. Does that mean progressive punk can exist as well?
I guess various post-hardcore bands could be seen as ''progressive'' for the genre. It kind of is an oxymoron, but it's an oxymoron I like.
I can't help it that I for example like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkA1kk5l2tw
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Primus. The only band with it's own genre in Winamp.
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bob`s Krishnacore: not often that music and the message of the lyrics are pulling in such different directions. A very surprising style.

^ Well worth clicking on the link for the video pastiche alone, but a pretty restricting musical direction to head in I would`ve thought, Aichuk.
Well, the lyrics and music difference thingy is called lyrical dissonance. Check it out in TV Tropes.

And chillwave might be restrictive, but it's there's this nostalgic joy about it. And if you want to hear more inventive chillwave, listen to Neon Indian.
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What about Cattlecore? It is a mix of some type of metal with blast beats with cattle auctioneers instead of singers. As far as I know, there is only one album, which is "3 Bar Ranch Cattle" by Hank Williams III.
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