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Frownland 11-13-2019 09:25 PM

Good luck then. I don't see what these "jazz chops" can bring to the table without introducing jazz elements/dynamics/philosophy since death metal already has such technical performances.

The Batlord 11-13-2019 09:39 PM

I don't know the difference between jazz proficiency and tech death proficiency tbh but I assume there is a difference cause people say things. Like I said I'm just hoping.

Frownland 11-13-2019 09:45 PM

I guess death metal proficiency is more sterile and emphasizes abrasiveness while jazz proficiency would place more value on complex interplay that's tight but still fluid. That distinction for jazz lends itself to jazz music though, so without any genre crossover I don't see where it'd be relevant beyond the trivia of jazz musicians making metal. Jazz is hard to explain man, it's a feeling.

Anyways maybe Mondo will come through with something.

The Batlord 11-13-2019 09:49 PM

I'm just sitting here thinking about Bad Brains playing hardcore in a way that a bunch of well-meaning pissants fiending off The Clash could never have and how it made punk more violent and hoping there's a death metal band that did the same thing that gives me another None So Violent to marvel at.

Mondo Bungle 11-14-2019 12:05 AM

is this good




Mondo Bungle 11-14-2019 12:07 AM

I dunno how many times I've told you to listen to Kataklysm (that EP and their full length Sorcery) but I'm not just playin out here



edit: it seems Temple of Knowledge slaps too



so whether or not early Kataklysm fits this relatively vague criteria, and they probably don't, not exactly mad technical but just frantically savage and esoterically brutal in a way that kinda gives them their own distinct vision of brutality, I think you should really listen to them nonetheless.

Elextron 04-10-2020 10:19 PM

Ive recently been listening to a lot of Minas Morgul and have been looking for more symphonic black metal (preferably some like their 1998 demo, The Dark Age Of Revelation)

JGmbno 04-15-2020 07:06 PM

Burnt Flowers Fallen by Type O Negative



Really good goth metal.

Draven123 04-20-2020 04:17 AM

Good Symphonic Metal bands
 
Could you guys recommend and good ones?

Joseph Dale 04-27-2020 08:43 AM

Just found these guys. Really liked them.
Silent Stream Of Godless Elegy - folk metal, doom metal


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