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Recent listens...

Postby Harvester » Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:16 am

I haven't done this in a while so here goes....




Daniel Cavanagh- Monochrome: This is how I like my Anathema instead of post rock: dark, damn near hopeless, and beautifully depressing. I think this clears up any doubt who is dealing with the most demons in the band. Anneke replaces Lee just fine thank you very much. One of the year’s best. And this song....get your kleenex out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huyeMDKutb4

The Dark Element- The Dark Element: I have a soft spot for Annette’s vocals. This is the same situation as Cain’s Offering where you take vocals and add music that fits them perfectly. The bouncy Nightwish riffs are a total win for me. I enjoyed the shit out of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKd6GfzpvdY

Trivium- The Sin and the Sentence: I have felt alone over the years as I have been a big fan of the “clean” Trivium since “The Crusade.” That said, this is mediocre Trivium even by my standards. All of the things I love are on the disc, but the writing just isn’t there for me like on the last disc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAoKcM54Q1Y

CyHra- Letters to Myself: Jake basically took all the metal elements from Amaranthe and doubled down. It’s modern, catchy as hell metal. Don’t over think this one and enjoy it for what it is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvBjQ543l84

Pink Cream 69- Headstrong: If you are PC69 fan, you will remain one. If you are not, you will not become one. They maintain the same formula from disc to disc. Readman still sounds godly. Good, but not great.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWAI5zyPRWQ

Santa Cruz- Bad Blood Rising: The best down & dirty band in the world returns with a bi-polar effort. When the crank up the sleaze, I’m all in. When they crank up the radio cheese, I run like a motherfucker. “River Phoenix” is terrible.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TWkmy5ELJc

Communic- Where Echoes Gather: Nevermore returns! Seriously though…Nevermore returns! I love it. Communic are one of the few bands that blend clean vocals and heavy music these days. It’s a lost art.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K88iSFCUrNQ

Lunatic Soul- Fractured: I know this is a solo project, but I will stick with Riverside. In fact, this is a soulless Riverside.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGGe_B44DTU

Neo Obliviscarus- Urn: I would love this band if not for one thing. Harsh vocals is what you are thinking. Wrong! They are great here. I fucking hate the fuck out of blast beats. They throw that shit in your face every other song. Ugh.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgUn4EKLMnU

Sons of Apollo- Psychotic Symphony: Some really good prog on a few songs. Some really good prog elements on a few songs. My issue is that I’m not sure the band knows what they want to do yet so they try a bit of everything. Btw, hey Nos…the 10 minute instrumental track is awesome.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_1N8kVYfkE

Beatrix Players- Magnified: Chamber music featuring three haunting sirens. It’s the most peaceful and serene album I have heard this year. This is the lp you want with wine and a rainy night. Fans of Loreena should check them out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZ7ug27nM3Y

Beast in Black: Cheesy as fuck power metal that I cannot get enough of. The crescendo choruses are exactly what I want in power & get the blood pumping. The vocalist has a huge…and I mean HUGE range (I thought he was a chick at first). Bounce you bitches, bounce!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2N4tXf3Ensw

Vuur- In this Moment We Are Free: I had zero idea this would be so damn heavy. It’s new territory for Anneke. I’ll follow her anywhere. Big thumbs up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAwDw5zXtLI

Other recent winners:

The Contortionist- Clairvoyant: Thick atmosphere, post rock elements, and clean vocals. Top 5 easy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJu3-qGap_k

Widek- Hidden Dimensions: My favorite instrumental band/project. Space metal. If he ever adds a vocalist...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggaz5w6JFGM

Kairon;Irse- Ruination: Weirdo dark prog rock. Get drunk first so you don’t try to figure it out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1taGFsx_8FI

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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Chris R » Fri Oct 20, 2017 12:20 pm

I need that Monochrome disk in my life instantly
(Does Daniel have any other solo disks out)

I have the 3 songs from I tunes pre released for VUUR....
yes...very heavy...very awesome

Love me some Widek...good call

Need to pick up the Sons of Apollo

Thank you for this post as it will probably have things for my top list
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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Nos » Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:34 pm

Harvester wrote:The Dark Element- The Dark Element: I have a soft spot for Annette’s vocals. This is the same situation as Cain’s Offering where you take vocals and add music that fits them perfectly. The bouncy Nightwish riffs are a total win for me. I enjoyed the shit out of it.


I love Anette too. Alyson Avenue's "Presence Of Mind" is one of my absolute favorites. This was something I was very much looking forward to, and it didn't disappoint. Anette sounds great, and the songs are really good too. It seriously makes me wonder how the 'genius' Tuomas couldn't make it work with her. This is better than the last few Nightwish albums, easily.

Communic- Where Echoes Gather: Nevermore returns! Seriously though…Nevermore returns! I love it. Communic are one of the few bands that blend clean vocals and heavy music these days. It’s a lost art.


I like this one. I think it's better than their last couple, for sure. I'm just not sure why they didn't leave the two-part songs as single tracks. Only one of them would even hit ten minutes.

Sons of Apollo- Psychotic Symphony: Some really good prog on a few songs. Some really good prog elements on a few songs. My issue is that I’m not sure the band knows what they want to do yet so they try a bit of everything. Btw, hey Nos…the 10 minute instrumental track is awesome.


It might be, but I don't really like instrumental music. I'm a writer or words, so music without lyrics doesn't hold a strong appeal to me. And I still think it's insulting to the band's singer to play that long without him.

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Re: Recent listens...

Postby LarryD » Fri Oct 20, 2017 4:12 pm

Harvester wrote:I haven't done this in a while so here goes....

*** I love posts like this .......



Daniel Cavanagh- Monochrome: This is how I like my Anathema instead of post rock: dark, damn near hopeless, and beautifully depressing. I think this clears up any doubt who is dealing with the most demons in the band. Anneke replaces Lee just fine thank you very much. One of the year’s best. And this song....get your kleenex out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huyeMDKutb4


*** I've been trying like crazy to get into The Optomist. Anathema seems to work better for me in a live setting - but I loved this clip. Go figure. I love Lee, but I need to check out Anneke doing this style. Definitely will check this one out ......



The Dark Element- The Dark Element: I have a soft spot for Annette’s vocals. This is the same situation as Cain’s Offering where you take vocals and add music that fits them perfectly. The bouncy Nightwish riffs are a total win for me. I enjoyed the shit out of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKd6GfzpvdY


***I am all over this when it comes out ...... I spooged over Annette's first solo disc, and I don't doubt this one will disappoint based on this song ........ In response to Nos comment on Tuomas - I agree with you, and I think he (or they) or she, gave up on each other way too quick as Imaginaerum was where it was at ........ But, I do think she is better off in a solo situation, as that pop style allows her voice to shine through better.


Trivium- The Sin and the Sentence: I have felt alone over the years as I have been a big fan of the “clean” Trivium since “The Crusade.” That said, this is mediocre Trivium even by my standards. All of the things I love are on the disc, but the writing just isn’t there for me like on the last disc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAoKcM54Q1Y


*** I'm not a fan -- but Stevie played the hell out that last disc of theirs, or the one before it (the white one) and I loved it ........ I think it was a fluke and a one off, as I haven't been driven to go and check out anything else by them - and your comment validates that for me ........


CyHra- Letters to Myself: Jake basically took all the metal elements from Amaranthe and doubled down. It’s modern, catchy as hell metal. Don’t over think this one and enjoy it for what it is.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvBjQ543l84


***Did not check this one out ......


Pink Cream 69- Headstrong: If you are PC69 fan, you will remain one. If you are not, you will not become one. They maintain the same formula from disc to disc. Readman still sounds godly. Good, but not great.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWAI5zyPRWQ



*** I can't get past the band name -- but I love Readman. I dug the song very much, and I wonder if I would dig the rest of it because of him .........


Santa Cruz- Bad Blood Rising: The best down & dirty band in the world returns with a bi-polar effort. When the crank up the sleaze, I’m all in. When they crank up the radio cheese, I run like a motherfucker. “River Phoenix” is terrible.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TWkmy5ELJc



***Down and dirty not my thing ............



Communic- Where Echoes Gather: Nevermore returns! Seriously though…Nevermore returns! I love it. Communic are one of the few bands that blend clean vocals and heavy music these days. It’s a lost art.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K88iSFCUrNQ



***I stopped listening to this band some time ago --- but I really liked this song, and Nevermore you are right !!!!!!!!



Lunatic Soul- Fractured: I know this is a solo project, but I will stick with Riverside. In fact, this is a soulless Riverside.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGGe_B44DTU



*** If this is the song Chris R posted, I hated it ......... to me, it was pure electronic music with no soul as you stated ........... I'll stick with Riverside as well, but not recent Riverside at that ....... they are losing me with each disc............



Neo Obliviscarus- Urn: I would love this band if not for one thing. Harsh vocals is what you are thinking. Wrong! They are great here. I fucking hate the fuck out of blast beats. They throw that shit in your face every other song. Ugh.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgUn4EKLMnU



*** I didn't even like this when we were drunk as shit ........... this is not my thing and a tough listen. To those of you who like this stuff - I salute you !!!!!



Sons of Apollo- Psychotic Symphony: Some really good prog on a few songs. Some really good prog elements on a few songs. My issue is that I’m not sure the band knows what they want to do yet so they try a bit of everything. Btw, hey Nos…the 10 minute instrumental track is awesome.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_1N8kVYfkE


*** I only heard the song they put up first on You Tube -- I didn't care for it. I don't have any desire to go further than that for some reason .........



Beatrix Players- Magnified: Chamber music featuring three haunting sirens. It’s the most peaceful and serene album I have heard this year. This is the lp you want with wine and a rainy night. Fans of Loreena should check them out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZ7ug27nM3Y


*** Ken told me about this yesterday - Ba Bam !!!!! Yes, this is me....... I loved this clip and I loved the other two that I checked out ............. Give me the wine, no lights, and this disc, and I'm in Heaven ........ buying from The Lasers Edge without a doubt ........


Beast in Black: Cheesy as fuck power metal that I cannot get enough of. The crescendo choruses are exactly what I want in power & get the blood pumping. The vocalist has a huge…and I mean HUGE range (I thought he was a chick at first). Bounce you bitches, bounce!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2N4tXf3Ensw


*** Give me the rum !!!! Give me the sticks !!!!!! That was fun .........and that guy can sing !!!!!! I can see why you love this - those huge choruses you love, and Imagine had you discovered them earlier, they would be playing PP ??? :wink:


Vuur- In this Moment We Are Free: I had zero idea this would be so damn heavy. It’s new territory for Anneke. I’ll follow her anywhere. Big thumbs up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAwDw5zXtLI


*** I'm having trouble with this one as I'm not used to Anneke singing in front of this style of music ...........The Gathering blew me away so much that it's hard for me to listen to her fronting this style of music - especially after that acoustic show. I'm wondering if Marcela pulled out of the project because of the same thought ??



Thanks for posting ---- always sparks new music and new purchases ............ :wink:

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Re: Recent listens...

Postby elendil » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:44 pm

I'd been wondering about Monochrome. Looks as if I'll need to get it.

Similar thoughts on Lunatic Soul. In part I'm just allergic to all those layers of electronics.

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Re: Recent listens...

Postby ToddS » Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:42 pm

Cool post bro! Looking forward to going through it all when I get a chance. 8)
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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Mardoch » Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:51 pm

Trivium- The Sin and the Sentence: I liked the singles so it's disappointing to see your impressions. My favorite Trivium is Shogun, though, so this one might match be better than it does you.

CyHra- Letters to Myself: I'm going to check this one out I think.

Neo Obliviscarus- Urn: Agree 100%. Blast beats are lazy writing and they sound like shit. I don't understand metal's obsession with them.

Sons of Apollo- Psychotic Symphony: This feels rather...unguided. I think your assertion that they've not figured out what they want to be is accurate. I liked it more than I expected to, to be honest.

Vuur- In this Moment We Are Free: I don't see this one letting anyone down. It's got a bit of all the stuff we love.

The Contortionist- Clairvoyant: Fantastic album that's loaded with feels. Love it.

Kairon;Irse- Ruination: Checked these folks out when you last posted them. They are...odd. In the good prog way. They certainly warrant more investigation.

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Postby ToddS » Sun Oct 22, 2017 7:49 pm

Daniel Cavanagh- Monochrome
This is really good. Though like Anathema, while this is really beautiful, I expect it would a mood listen for me. I'm not going to lie, I did have a goosebump or 2 while listening.

The Dark Element- The Dark Element
Man this is so Nightwish, and so poppy. Too much syrup on there for me, but well done.

Trivium- The Sin and the Sentence
Can't say I follow this band much. Their last one was somewhat enjoyable from the times i heard it. This song was ok.

CyHra- Letters to Myself
Not my thing.

Pink Cream 69- Headstrong
Straight forward old school rock/melodic metal. Love Readman's voice too.

Santa Cruz- Bad Blood Rising
I wanna just say next, but its kinda groovy. Seriously, not me though.

Communic- Where Echoes Gather
Man I miss Nevermore. In a way this felt more like Sanctuary than Nevermore, but I'm splitting hairs. I like it. I let the next song play, WEG pt2. Nice!

Lunatic Soul- Fractured
Give me Riverside by a landslide!

Neo Obliviscarus- Urn
Hate the blast beats as well. Otherwise pretty good. They are playing a very small club here next month. Don't think i could make it through a whole show of this.

Sons of Apollo- Psychotic Symphony
Agree with your assessment completely. Love the more proggy song. The instrumental is one of the best songs on here. Otherwise it sounds lie the sum of its parts. One track could have been on a Soto recording. Another track is just soooo Deep Purple. They need to find their way a bit more, but I do like it a lot overall.

Beatrix Players- Magnified
I could see listening to this as background music. Lovely, but not something I would reach for.

Beast in Black
That isn't a chick? :shock: I had to look. :lol:

Vuur- In this Moment We Are Free
The heaviness surprised me as well. Bring it on!

The Contortionist- Clairvoyant
This was a grower for me. I just got to see them live last week. Very good!

Widek- Hidden Dimensions
Modern jazzy metal. I do hear the spacey keyboards. Somewhat like Intervals, and the more modern jazzy metal fusion bands out there. Very talented. I like it. Doug you in?

Kairon- Irse
Guess I should have been drinking for this. ;)

A broad range of music here. Love the post!
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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Mardoch » Sun Oct 22, 2017 10:50 pm

I've not checked out Widek yet mostly because I only have so much bandwidth for instrumental stuff and I've never thought to hit that one up when I was in that mood. Working in an actual office with someone against has kind of changed this math up, though. I can't really sing at work when there's someone else there who's also gotta focus.

All signs point to me loving it, though.

EDIT: yeah I just flipped through a few tracks on youtube and why not, bought his whole discography on bandcamp. Based on the sample I listened to he's going to fit into that same delightful place as Sithu Aye and Plini.

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Postby ToddS » Sun Oct 22, 2017 11:15 pm

Mardoch wrote:I've not checked out Widek yet mostly because I only have so much bandwidth for instrumental stuff and I've never thought to hit that one up when I was in that mood. Working in an actual office with someone against has kind of changed this math up, though. I can't really sing at work when there's someone else there who's also gotta focus.

All signs point to me loving it, though.

EDIT: yeah I just flipped through a few tracks on youtube and why not, bought his whole discography on bandcamp. Based on the sample I listened to he's going to fit into that same delightful place as Sithu Aye and Plini.


I figured this had your name on it. I really need to check out Sithu Aye. Been on the hit list for a while.
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Postby Sparky » Mon Oct 23, 2017 9:47 am

Vuur - I *think* I like it, but there's so much mid-temp stuff on here...I guess I want my heavy music to be fast, too. And as much as I LOVE Anneke's voice, sometimes she can get 'samey' from song-to-song.

Sons of Apollo - I wonder how much of this was worked out before hitting the studio as opposed to writing/recording on the fly. When he's with Neal Morse - well, Morse is a demos guy. But Portnoy is not - he works an insane schedule and trusts in his talent to be enough when he hits the studio. So if this doesn't quite hand together, it's also somewhat top-of-mind, which can be both good and bad. But most of the beloved Dream Theater stuff - the earlier stuff, was demoed. The latter discs were written in the studio.
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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Nos » Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:57 am

Sparky wrote:Sons of Apollo - I wonder how much of this was worked out before hitting the studio as opposed to writing/recording on the fly. When he's with Neal Morse - well, Morse is a demos guy. But Portnoy is not - he works an insane schedule and trusts in his talent to be enough when he hits the studio. So if this doesn't quite hand together, it's also somewhat top-of-mind, which can be both good and bad. But most of the beloved Dream Theater stuff - the earlier stuff, was demoed. The latter discs were written in the studio.


What I've heard from them, in interviews, is that "God Of The Sun" was mostly written in advance by Derek, and the rest of the album was written in 1-2 weeks when they were together in the studio. Some of it is impressive, but I do wonder what it could be if they spent more time working on the songs. Plus, I don't get why Portnoy regularly brags about how fast his bands write and make records. Is it just so when one sucks, he can claim they didn't work hard on it?

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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Mardoch » Mon Oct 23, 2017 6:44 pm

ToddS wrote:
Mardoch wrote:I've not checked out Widek yet mostly because I only have so much bandwidth for instrumental stuff and I've never thought to hit that one up when I was in that mood. Working in an actual office with someone against has kind of changed this math up, though. I can't really sing at work when there's someone else there who's also gotta focus.

All signs point to me loving it, though.

EDIT: yeah I just flipped through a few tracks on youtube and why not, bought his whole discography on bandcamp. Based on the sample I listened to he's going to fit into that same delightful place as Sithu Aye and Plini.


I figured this had your name on it. I really need to check out Sithu Aye. Been on the hit list for a while.

Yes. You need to listen to Sithu Aye.

Also you need to listen to Widek. I played through his whole discography today and really the only rough parts are from before he figured out who he wanted to be. Once you get to the LPs everything is excellent. Outside the Universe, Journey to the Stars, and Hidden Dimensions are the LPs and they are most certainly worth your time and money.

On and a bonus perk is that Intervals has a new album coming out December 1. That's bound to be good.

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Postby ToddS » Tue Oct 24, 2017 2:40 pm

Mardoch wrote:
ToddS wrote:
Mardoch wrote:I've not checked out Widek yet mostly because I only have so much bandwidth for instrumental stuff and I've never thought to hit that one up when I was in that mood. Working in an actual office with someone against has kind of changed this math up, though. I can't really sing at work when there's someone else there who's also gotta focus.

All signs point to me loving it, though.

EDIT: yeah I just flipped through a few tracks on youtube and why not, bought his whole discography on bandcamp. Based on the sample I listened to he's going to fit into that same delightful place as Sithu Aye and Plini.


I figured this had your name on it. I really need to check out Sithu Aye. Been on the hit list for a while.

Yes. You need to listen to Sithu Aye.

Also you need to listen to Widek. I played through his whole discography today and really the only rough parts are from before he figured out who he wanted to be. Once you get to the LPs everything is excellent. Outside the Universe, Journey to the Stars, and Hidden Dimensions are the LPs and they are most certainly worth your time and money.

On and a bonus perk is that Intervals has a new album coming out December 1. That's bound to be good.


I listened to all of Hidden Dimensions. Good stuff.

Just listened to the new Intervals song this morning. I'm sure you heard it, but here is the link for anyone that wishes to check it out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Yrp2e21_Tc
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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Mardoch » Tue Oct 24, 2017 6:38 pm

I'd missed it, honestly. It's very good though. A clear continuation of the style that emerged on The Shape of Color.

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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Sparky » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:02 pm

I think the thing about Sons of Apollo is...there's not ENOUGH wanking. I can't believe I'm saying this, but there's a few too many short songs that don't really deliver much beyond huge vocal choruses. I like the disc, but I don't LOVE it...yet. (subject to change)

And I know Derek is a Korg guy (or whatever), but PLEASE get some new lead patches. He's always doing great stuff, but the tone of it is always the same, so it sounds...the same. I mean, dude, you sound the same-ish as waaaaaaaaay back on DT's FII, which is, what, 20 years ago? That's the ONE THING progressive metal should bring to the table - a sound pallet that is always a bit surprising. I'm not listening to a Beethoven string quartet or a symphony; I want sounds that are all over the place. To me, 'progressive' (prog or progmetal or otherwise) is always about being a bit caught off-guard.

Am I off base here?
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Re: Recent listens...

Postby Man Of Much Metal » Thu Oct 26, 2017 3:51 pm

I read the original post & one thing really caught my attention: You don't like blastbeats????! Are you mad? :wink:

Only kidding, each to their own. But I can't get enough of blasts myself, I love them. But then I am the Man of Much Metal after all!
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