Sounds very, very good! O_O
Thanks for sharing!
Some amazing stuff I've been listening to recently:
Rootwater (Poland) - "Visionism" (2009)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/Visionism/3645882?src=5
Heavy/groove metal/hardcore/middle eastern folk/avant-garde? I still don't know what to call this other than AWESOME. Incredibly catchy, lots of ideas, very heavy guitars playing one great riff after the other, fantastic vocals, cool lyrics. This album has everything to be one of the favorite 2009 albums!
The Dude already approves
Hjarnidaudi (Norway) - "Psykostarevoid" (2009)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/Psykostarevoid/5641092?src=5
This is monumental. Immense drone/funeral doom like I haven't listened to before. The first song became one of my favorite doom songs ever. It has no vocals (it doesn't really need them at all...) but it has drums which add to the psychedelic heaviness this monster of an album contains.
Vonn (Norway) - "Victim One: Agony" (2006)http://listen.grooveshark.com/s/Victim+One+Agony/3vQWXm?src=5
Drone doom with noise/industrial influences. I think I can safely say a new mark on musical morbidness has been set with this album. This is the most extreme, sick, morbid, disgusting, twisted, dark, suffocating and terrorific sh*t I've ever heard. 76 minutes of a very, very immersive auditive torture. Seriously, when even Khanate pales in comparison, you know you are in front of something that comes from the deepest bottom of an incredibly twisted mind. Hell, this is almost inhuman, it's way too much
And I love it
Too bad I can't find the second album, "Victim One: Ecstasy" (2010)
I need it!
Burning Witch (USA) - Crippled Lucifer (the 2008 compilation)http://listen.grooveshark.com/playlist/Burning+Witch+Crippled+Lucifer/44011906?src=5
More drone doom, but this time with plenty of vocals and drumming, and some stoner influences for good measure. It's a drone classic, but I've just recently found out about them
I'd wish I had listened to them before, they were too good!
Asva (USA) - "What You Don't Know Is Frontier" (2008)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/What+You+Don+t+Know+Is+Frontier/5494138?src=5
More instrumental drone doom, very rich in textures, with a distinctive sound far from the darkness and heaviness of the above mentioned bands. Music to listen to with eyes closed and be carried to some distant places. Can't really say much about this band, just listen to it and love it
Sun Of Nothing (Greece) - whole discography:
- "... And Voices, Words, Faces Complete The Dream" (2003)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/+And+Voices+Words+Faces+Complete+The+Dream/5776993?src=5
- "... In The Weak And The Wounded" (2007)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/+In+The+Weak+And+The+Wounded/5777112?src=5
- "The Guilt Of Feeling Alive" (2010)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/The+Guilt+Of+Feeling+Alive/5777169?src=5
Doom/sludge/noise/black metal. Yes, with such combination of genres one can guess this is a very experimental and extreme band, and they'd be right
And last but certainly not least:
Anomalous (USA) - "Ohmnivalent" (2011)http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/album/Ohmnivalent/5793134?src=5
HOLY F*CKING SH*T!!! WHAT THE F*CK JUST HAPPENED??? O_O
This is incredible!!! The amounts of technique in this album are astronomical!!!
Brutal technical death metal with lots of experimentation like never before! Seriously, this goes straight to my list of best albums of 2011! O_O