>>164923>mix and matching songs on a playlist>not listening to entire albums>digital medium outside portabillity and car
Its like you're not even trying.
Jesus. Is this a good animu?
Also a rebuttal to your 3d grills. https://vimeo.com/87336570
I get why you would describe it as comfy, it sort of just nestled deep within my brain with ease and now I can't get it out of my head. Thank you!
Let's see if I can infect you likewise! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWHxsqOl_v0>>164972
Aw damn, those are good picks.
"We got to install microwave ovens." Ouch! The pain in one line.
Sledgehammer is a staple in any good playlist, the video is the stuff of nightmares though.
Because of Brotherman Bill, I'll extend you this in return: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4wKoRoOMkE
Talking heads? So you like music performed by eccentric characters and choreography with a flourish of theatrical weirdness? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABS-mlep5rYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyqWjl7GkCEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgmxMuW6Fschttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxRq23qVE8A>>164974
I've . . . failed. May hellfire and brimstone rain down upon this wretched cur I've become! God, whyyy!?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXFSK0ogeg4
I'm but a sham that hid under the shadow of reciprocity, which you deftly dispelled with that three-pronged dressing down. Oh, how fate has dealt me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5poSw7tFLB4
Good picks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ixvsV-ahI0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jW5n3k2VgZEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vBJAgbiBTY>>164976
I'll raise your Breakfast At Tiffany's with this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zzyfcys1aLM
How good isn't Celtic song and music? The only keeping that singlehandedly outstrips the Celtic musical heritage is this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrxePKps87k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6Xl9tBWt54 >>164980
That first one . . . is a must. What is that genre called? Not synthwave I believe, dark wave?
I bring you the one and only, S.P.O.C.K! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSFp6q3Ywv4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dj1JK_BWAlwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mjoV2BT1WQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va0vs1fhhNIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEzuxkkGyWQ>>164983
Wonderland as in "Wonderland|Beutiful Chillstep 2017 Mix"? I clicked on the link and couldn't listen to it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_MeMFHc_xE
Yeah, but that particular song by Smash Mouth got a good feel to it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfrcZsKcVxUhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dX3k_QDnzHEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ky2Sab3nk0>>165008
Mmm, sweet. Which anime is that?
I guess you've seen that particular music video with the overlay from Jin Roh the Wolf brigade that many on the alt-right and alt-light likes to spam? I won't post it, instead, I guess you'd like this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4H7NeweZ-g>>165011 >>165016
Ok, I like it, you brought the fire in spades. This is the kind of music you use to raise children into functional adults.
For all that Japanese domination you'll get this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwzUs1IMdyQ
And this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmCA7EwE3rY
Oh, and these! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0d4qM7gCH8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so2s-NZVXZAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MV_3Dpw-BRYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VC2hgHe6FSkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Z6vKuJ6_U
(God tier) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIV8ZcDB8ps
(For some reason I think this song fits Applejack; it's not the country tune.)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71kVkSPPFishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYYW_WwYHuMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHAVIIIAfek
I'll never stop shilling the Celeste (2018 game) soundtrack for as long as I live.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1rwAvUvvQzQ
Some great workout music would definitely include Xurious, Cybernazi, and Mr. Bond (personal favorites from Bond are Where'd You Go, Changes, Smoke a Schlomo, and Fashout).
For chill or casual workouts/outings, I love the DEADBOLT (PC) soundtrack, especially I Am Become Death and Ashes To Ashes To Ashes. For cultural enrichment I like Golden Dawn, Paddy Tarleton and Byron de la Vandal (Songs of Lamentation is hard to find but To Keep and To Bear is a good pick from there)
Sorry for being skimpy with links. Too tired and lazy to seek everything out. But look that stuff up.
That soundtrack showed up in my feed. Bretty good, no idea what the game is. I thought I was listening to portal 2 music for a second.
0/10 no horse music
Horse music? I'll trump myself and give this song especially to you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2dJ-JUzhVs
A lot of sweet music has been added to my playlist. It's growing fat by this rate. Thanks for the suggestions!
I'll return some later and see if I may add anything to your playlists as well. Going to be social tonight. ;P
>>165969>I listened to Lindsey Stirling years ago and I did so often till I'd played her songs to bits, then I suddenly stopped listening to her and forgot her.
Quit possibly the cutest thing since Kate Bush.https://youtu.be/NAj8suae3WYhttps://youtu.be/_256xd9N27o
What Lindsey can do with her violin, Kate can do with her voice.https://youtu.be/UXzx--YefD8
The band is Concrete Blonde (album Bloodletting), very underrated singer.
I like, but I could not find more from them. :( Link? I'd like to hear more.
I like, reminds me of https://youtu.be/lPfU7OEfBm8
>Gary Numan>The Crystal Method
Hot, I love me some moody bass. So many avenues to go from here…https://youtu.be/NJ3aiM8K6D0 https://youtu.be/KgkBWZXVLyk
- Type O Negativehttps://youtu.be/94i0YMxKIQs https://youtu.be/r6msMrb0m6I https://youtu.be/3lYdP1a7dbA
- Stabbing Westward
- Craddle of Filth. Good riffs but the continual singer's angst makes me laugh.
Bringing girly and bass together:
Evanescence is very good but can be repetitive, she needs more lithium :) https://youtu.be/kIBdpFJyFkc https://youtu.be/YwGSAFarHRg https://youtu.be/CwED4C5FJuo
- Nightwish (the first lead singer was an opera singer, the modern lead singer doesn't have the same range.)https://youtu.be/TgATkukPnXk https://youtu.be/7HB4MHgz8UI https://youtu.be/iSyyIDo5r1g
- The Pretty Recklesshttps://youtu.be/ImF5k1rrJ7M https://youtu.be/5DBuIhr1Id4 https://youtu.be/mf97F-SpBQU
- Within Temptationhttps://youtu.be/X8I7lPrkLDw https://youtu.be/DfFhRsWm6yg https://youtu.be/U6ZDjDS72u0
- Tristiana (a very odd band, this is what MPD feels like I suppose)
There is only one reply:https://youtu.be/ZkW-K5RQdzo
Interesting. I will look more.
Mock all humans:https://youtu.be/Ks7f-UZNeughttps://youtu.be/LOZuxwVk7TUhttps://youtu.be/BvsMPOfblfghttps://youtu.be/rMqayQ-U74shttps://youtu.be/KaU7BthmCmUhttps://youtu.be/Mzybwwf2HoQhttps://youtu.be/WdYvr2QpC3Ehttps://youtu.be/oTs6oQx1WJYhttps://youtu.be/0698sTH7mUk
Bumping because I think those gay threads on front page are a raid on us
Sorry that I took my time responding to you and anyone else.
Kate Bush has a honeyed voice so she's an artist to recommend. Thank you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VC2hgHe6FSk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQhcuXiOxtYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Pq9QDLoTNI
I don't know about you but I always find myself going back to Blues Saraceno and dark country, or country in general.
True, and they often have this sound that keeps you listening going along the singer's jazzy voice.
Basically dead, there are a few other songs but it's only that one I linked to I'd recommend.
>Type O Negative
Let's see if these suggestions are up to snuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvUJsu5w8IUhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZguAEoNpZwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhHGDOgjie4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9hwjQBQFI
Not surprised you'd pick that group as an answer to Raubtier, not as common an association as Sabaton to Rammstein is though. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDaOgu2CQtIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RHFFeQ2tu4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXrdYwG17PE
>White Zombie; Rob Zombie
Aaauuugh so good! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dscfeQOMuGwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq8YcRi7DD4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLMPA4xPFpghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJg4OJxp-co>>166157https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oquatvvKyBchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97fZSFSfDbc
>>166386>Sorry that I took my time responding to you and anyone else.
No problem. I am starting to emotionally exhaust myself on music anyway. Talking of such, I can't recommend enough that you spend some time torturing your soul with Tristania until you grok them. They are a kind of anti-music, they seem to specialize in being discordant and disruptive. They have no interest in hypnotizing you with music. Their music is more like a movie, where you start is not where you end up. Once you expand your ability to appreciate them all other music seems childish and repetitive. And that is very interesting contrast to experience. Also I think I need to stalk Vibeke Stene now.
Also I want to share a rare gem with you that took me a long time to track down after hearing one song on a amateur internet radio station. This band is a one album wonder which nearly no one knows of. They are in the same class as you might expect from me (girly and bass) but everything is muted down, the symphonic part becomes just a 3 piece band, the growling male back singer avoids reaching growling, the soprano girl mostly stays away from the very high notes, the over production becomes more garage band and therefore more intimate. The band is called SexonE and an internet search only turns up 2 pages, an old MySpace page and the album on Spotify (they never made it to YouTube even!). The last few songs have the guitar twang that I think you will enjoy also. So I will attach them to this post as a thank you to you for the sharing and enjoyment you have given to me. :)
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>>166386>I don't know about you but I always find myself going back to Blues Saraceno and dark country, or country in general.
Can't get into the country music honeyed voiced men. It has to be something more like Type O Negative or https://youtu.be/1w7OgIMMRc4
but this is probably just looking for soprano girls in male singers. And since I am being cheesy nostalgic, lets go all the way https://youtu.be/zlSFmotba2I
My appreciation is anchored in female sopranos and gut wrenching bass. Not necessarily together. This means I can (sometimes embarassingly)
appreciate mainstream girly artists like the Spice Girls or Britney. :O (make it stop!)https://youtu.be/XS088Opj9o0 https://youtu.be/4f42gSQwSig
But really its all about finding the angelic, and that's even better when you find it in the wrong places, because contrast is fun!
or the opposite: https://youtu.be/NPcyTyilmYY
The nadir of the bass side for me is Type O Negative.
>Julian Winding - The Demon Dance
Nice, the bass part. Anything grungier? Do you have any good recommendations for dubstep? I have never found any good "bands" but it should be possible…. there is some good stuff in >>165258
but I have no idea what they are.
>RUDE - Eternal Youth
Magical. You've made me re-question if my ironic (?) appreciation of Japanese heavy metal is as ironic as I assume. I want 8 hours of music like this to sleep to! It matches my appreciation of high and low frequency.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdvdopWuQpHjpvuG3i3nr4Q
>Monster Magnet - Space Lord
Awesome but something is missing from many songs to make it unique.
>Greta Van Fleet
Okay now that is unique and odd. The guitar is unique and the guy sings like a girl, which is confusing enough to be on my play list.
Found this while playing your songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdHG-gnVZPc
Okay lets see what oddities I can dig up from the past.https://youtu.be/K_wzhNUc0vghttps://youtu.be/NPcyTyilmYYhttps://youtu.be/EF4EPil8KKshttps://youtu.be/dJVS8oGX2ishttps://youtu.be/XYY2i55B_G0https://youtu.be/cH_rfGBwamchttps://youtu.be/TvnYmWpD_T8https://youtu.be/4O_YMLDvvnwhttps://youtu.be/O2vHbXI2p4khttps://youtu.be/Ae829mFAGGEhttps://youtu.be/7xxgRUyzgs0
(not suitable for users of this board)https://youtu.be/Q39q0fT3YiE
(nor this one)https://youtu.be/lwlogyj7nFEhttps://youtu.be/iiDRAoiQ82Ahttps://youtu.be/gZ_kez7WVUUhttps://youtu.be/NFRx4PkXeVMhttps://youtu.be/4O_YMLDvvnwhttps://youtu.be/IfsPf7gIp7Qhttps://youtu.be/4ZwpMkvH37Ehttps://youtu.be/HjK30nhy7CU
Rare music should be shared, rare and good music is a must to be shared. Feels wonders to expand my rather meager music library, only 667 GB, with something worth listening to.
Thanks for donating to the mountain peasant's library of euphonic sounds. May Epona mend and nurture your soul. >>166470
>Drops Iron Maiden
That's it! It's over! No other contribution can compare. Shut it down, don't even try to up that suggestion! I— oooh, what's this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3yEvKHhwqwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZSL_7W5Rqwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qQzas739ic
>Grunge 'n' dubstep
There's a lot of good electronic music using female vocals, some singing in soprano. I didn't find any soprano singer, but I found this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4x9YyRnFDE
I could drop Nirvana if you want grunge, something I refrain from since it's one of the more obvious picks if you want grunge. Maybe this song is something for you, it has one of history's best intro: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySjXFjLTagQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt7kmByAPxI
(Don't listen to this whilst wearing headphones)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JxujsJ5reU
I think it's because the melody returns to its initial stage without ever, in its more intense parts, adding enough variance with the drums. Still, that group is good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm38Ojh61lYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iD_R8K89Z8I
I think the bands above suffers from the same issue of sound as Monster Magnet: despite nice listening, they never get off the ground in this song. Perhaps, this is the issue with American rock and metal, especially newer bands who love using heavy riffs, growling, and bass but then the dirtier vocals drop and you're treated to a whinny faggot who's voice is ramping up on the 90s emo-kid bullshit vibrato on-the-verge-of-crying or smooth-for-a-hundred-miles radio host voice. Still, it can be good.
>LIV KRISTINE - Love Decay
Nice drums and guitar.
And catch again! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-2jNiVK86Ahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP3oITgkS6M
>NiN vs Garbage - Closer to a #1 Crush
I love odd sounds.
>Prince - Purple Rain>Gary Moore - Still Got The Blues
Always good, these songs are eternal. That moody guitar could slay Mars.
>Living Colour - Cult Of Personality
To me, merit outweighs everything. The issue is, as I've seen many point to, is that they as a group is dysfunctional and a burden. On an individual basis, I give everyone the same treatment and a chance. Let us avoid too much politics and emotional based racism (Not accusing you).
>TEMPTATION - The Tea Party
Thanks for this, the sound is like flypaper.
>Red Hot Chili peppers
Of course, can't forget RHCP. That would be a sin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vV8IAOojoAAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYYW_WwYHuM
>Random drops start herehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5emcbg_wZkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhdFe3evXpkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dnj1zshmTE0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEcEjNsn1Iohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yRgiXh2fP4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYYRH4apXDohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOkN6JO2q40https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3BB9ySrxBE
>>166478>I'm lying on the cold marble floor… at least I hope I am.>My body in stark contrast is on fire, from head to hoof, it has completely yielded to the impact>In the distance is muffled sounds, I tried looking once, bad idea.>Right now my plan is to never move again, never open eyes and drift away.>It's not working… why does everything suck?
>There is the clattering of hoofs on the floor, interrupting my sleep that never comes>Can't they just leave me alone?>There is a pull on the lower half of my body, but I can't work out what it means.>That is until it becomes shatteringly clear, sharp pain shoots up from hoof to spine to brain.>I scream but actually that just makes everything hurt even more, I stifle my own scream.>A voice sparkles in from the distance, "I am so sorry, I don't know what to do." I think maybe she is sobbing a little, or her voice is quavering. It's hard to tell and my mind is so slow. Can I sleep yet?>More of my former body is being tugged and poked and I muster up my anger and fear to make a sound.>Stop. Well it was meant to stop but my tongue seems to be stuck to the roof of mouth. I slowly move it and my jaw around to try and free it, eventually succeeding. "STOP!">The twinkling voice yelps in surprise. The tugging on my body stops. Sleep?>My body tingles, probably a spell. I fade out. Thank the Heavens.
>Consciousness returns. Well that sux. I think it's dark. I open my eyes a fraction, but it looks the same as when they are closed. Also my eyeballs hurt. How can that happen?
"So you are awake.">Damnit. I don't bother answering as the statement does not need one. I feel numb, but I won't be testing it by moving. I let the darkness swallow me.>Or I would have but my tormentors have other plans.
"I am NOT your tormentor" says a silky deep voice.>Sure, whatever.
"Now this will hurt but it is necessary">Sure thing tormentor.>My left fore-leg is raised up, an exceedingly bad idea which makes me wish to spit venom, but I can barely breath, so venom is not on the menu. I have a dim memory of seeing a bone poking through the skin on that leg, an exceedingly worrying view, followed by, oddly, fascination and cold dread. Some past memory I can't quite place.>My leg is snapped straight, before I can scream I faint. Thank the Heavens, I am gone again.
"I need you to stay awake">Why
"We can't do the repairs while you are unconscious, We need the feedback to fix you properly.">Fix me? I want to laugh.
"You are very funny, did you know that?" says the velvet voice.>Unlikely.>My body begins to be stretched, that can't be good?
"I am straightening up your spine, hang in there.">Hang.. surely not the best bedside manner while fixing spines… allegedly.>Some bones snap, hopefully, back in place, but who knows? Pain shoots, but this is almost normal now. I think my mind is breaking. Maybe that will help.
"Okay, we might be getting somewhere">With my mind breaking?
"No, silly, with fixing you after your accident.">Accident? I recall the image of my jutting bone, and a bright flash and a explosion. Suddenly memory falls upon me. I immediately flee from it in horror. No, not again, let me sleep.
"Relax as best you can, things will get better">I'd mock, but that takes effort. So I don't.>I am rolled over onto my other side. I notice with detached interest it was less painful than expected.
"Lets fix this last leg">Sure why not. Shooting pain, which slowly fades into dullness.
"Okay, okay, good. Now try wiggling it.">I wiggle it, after all I have nothing else to be doing right now.>A velvet soft laugh rings out which makes me smile, which hurts my jaw. Well that sux.
"Okay, lets take a look at that">A tingling occurs around my jaw and blue purple glow can be seen through my eye lids. I move my mouth more and it feels a bit better. I sigh, contemplating for a small moment that I can relax.
"You can relax, you are safe here.">Sure. I relax anyway. An audible sigh escapes into the echoing room.
"You are so dramatic aren't you?">I ponder swearing or ranting. But I am cut short be her laugh ringing out loudly. It startles me which causes an orchestra of pain to ripple through me. I remember my previous commitments to myself to not move ever again.>She's still giggling.
"Would you like some water?">Yes.>There is a small movement and then the clopping of hooves moving away. Good!
"Oh, I'm still here">Bad!
"The guard will get you some water.">Guard? Oh yes, the Castle, the Throne Room, the explosion, the… no, no, no. Not again.
"What happened to you?">Don't think about it, just don't think about it. I call the black to snuff out the memories.>She sighs.
"Okay, later then.">Good.>It seems the guard has returned.
"You'll need to sit up for the water.">I weigh the pros and cons of water vs pain. She's laughing at me again. How mean.
"You can't lay there forever.">A testable hypothesis! More laughter fills the room!
"You really can't live in the Throne Room forever.">Hmmm. That does seem rather unlikely. What is the most fitting place to die, exactly?
"You won't be dying. You are healing rather well considering the damage you have.">Well that sux.
"I am going to help you sit up." she says in a very business like fashion.>My body moves by itself. I've incarnated as a puppet. More laughter.
"Please it's so hard to be empathetic, with your continual humor.">Pretty sure I was not trying to be funny.
"You are a natural.">A natural what? More muffled giggles.>I am tormented up into a sitting position where my non-tormentor wants me to be. A cup brushes my lips so I open my mouth to take the water. But it tastes funny and has flakes in it. I am also trying to open my eyes but they are sticky and hard to open.
"You'll need to rinse the blood from your mouth and wash your face. We'll need to move you outside."
>I am lifted up, floating, I feel seasick on the rickety barge of her magic. She's muffling another giggle.
>A cloth is wiping my face as I am floated queasily. I squint and see myself passing through some ornate doors with delicate gold etching. The air is cold, too cold, but I don't care. I am set down on the grass.
"Rinse your mouth out here."
>I look over at the pony of shadows.. a loud burst of laughter issues forth.
"Oh please, We are both insulted and amused at the same time! Quite a feat!"
>Oh it's Luna. Velvet blue, waving sparkling stars, pretty.
"Well now that's significantly better. Pleased to meet you."
>My spirits lift. Maybe things can actually get better. I hurt, but I hurt less. Also my legs might be working, but they complain bitterly. I rinse my mouth and spit bloody water on the well manicured lawn. Poor grass, sorry grass. Another little laugh.
"Good! Now perhaps you can be less morbid?"
>Some brokenness goes far deeper than bones. There is an audible pause in Her breathing. No laugh this time. Finally.
"Hmmm…." she trails off. "So what happened to you?"
>I shy away from thinking about it.
"Enough with this, tell me."
"Let's go in."
>I am picked up and placed on her back, spread eagled, lying stomach down along her spine. My heads is supported by her magic against her warm neck. Lovely. Ow, still sore all over.
>Her steps jar my aches and then she stops walking. I open my eyes again to see that we are floating. How sweet. We float back through the open door, across the Throne Room -- which has now been cleaned. That's nice. She giggles -- and down a hallway, in fact endless hallways, until we enter a room. The colors are awful, all bright pastels and gaudy gold. There is a bed full of way too much fluffy soft bed coverings, and overly decorated. I am placed in the bed and covers pulled up over me. Luna wipes my eyes and face again with a cloth making it easier for me to open them and see. The light of the room hurts my eyes and then the lights dim until I am comfortable. Her hair sparkles in the darkness and so does her moon collar. I just watch them for a time, wondering how does it happen.
"You need sleep."
>Finally some escape. I quickly close my eyes but I can tell I am not sleepy. Nothing ever works right. I open my eyes to see she is still sitting there. She is grinning. I am not sure if thats a good or bad thing.
"Oh so you can speak now?"
>My jaw aches a little. Magical glow appears around it. I wiggle my jaw and the discomfort passes.
"You are welcome. The nights can be pretty boring. And you have been most entertaining."
>Figures. Pain as entertainment.
"No. You have the capacity to keep your humor in bad situations, a rare gift."
>Okay, whatever. However my face and heart betray me and I can't stop smiling. Having failed to remain aloof I change tactics, "Thank you, Princess."
"Call me Luna."
>"Thank you, Luna"
"Better. Do you know how often a pony with broken bones and internal bleeding crawls its way to Our Throne Room?"
>There has to be a snarky comment for this situation, but I can't find it. Oh wait.. "Twice?"
>She pauses. Her face darkens as I ponder the possibility of such happening when the Sisters fought.
"A long time ago," she says sternly.
>I feel bad, "Sorry, Luna"
"You know my story, should I not know yours."
>I am sure it was not a question. "I am not exactly sure what happened"
"Let's start at the beginning."
>I pretend that my neck is sore, but She rolls her eyes at me.
>"It started when I was in the antique shop, there was something called a couter. The shop keeper had no idea what it was. All he said was it has a time-link, and the power-cell was replaced with magic. I pretended to know what he meant and asked the price. It was only 3 bits. After I bought it he told me it was haunted. A haunted antique! He could had lead with that and got 4 bits! I left hurriedly before he changed his mind. The object was rectangular, and had a door that opened. It did not seem to do much but had an excessive amount of square buttons. Certainly very strange."
Luna is frowning and looking at me intently, "Go on."
>"Well, I found a knob on the side that made all the lights go on. The door was actually a window! And strange things were painted on it that changed. Definitely magic!"
Luna looks away, "Where is this device now?"
"Good. Go on."
>She sits back down on the bed. And places her hoof on mine. Then she speaks softly.
"Please go on, it's alright."
>I pause, wonder what her reactions mean, but considering what happened, it makes sense.
>"I was afraid of it at first, and I was afraid that people would take it from me. So I found a safe hollow past the edge of the city, where no casual observer would see me. And I started to explore its magic."
Luna stands up suddenly, "An incredibly unwise move!"
>I smile, or is it a grimace. I lift a limp hoof, "A little late for warnings."
She smiles, sits down, "Go on."
>"Well it took me 3 days to get it to do something interesting. Since I knew it had magic I was not going to give up learning its secrets. I poked and prodded it with my hooves, snout, sticks, rocks, and eventually began to understand it. It was certainly odd, the language was a bit like ours but different, it discussed things that made no sense at all. Then I discovered something called YouTube. Much of it involved talking and complaining about various monsters, something called Trump seemed to be the most dangerous of all. When I got too hungry I would rummage in the forest for food. I did not wish ANYONE to know of my magical device. Then I found the music. This was much easier to understand. It was very enjoyable and way less confusing. And over time I found I liked the music that had a lot of low frequency instruments. I was in a window called mlpol which was very strange because they were discussing us!"
Luna paused, "WHAT?"
>"I know! It was so odd. I had to keep reading just to see what they had planned! But it again made no sense. They liked us and complained about us. I was baffled. But then at one of the places in there they mentioned the YouTube music. I saw this a chance to engage and learn from these strange creatures that live in the couter. Anyway as I was sharing and enjoying the music the weather in my secluded spot was acting strangely but I ignored it and continued my quest."
>Luna sighs and looks at the floor.
>"These creatures, or one of them gave me a link to a music and I made a dreadful mistake."
"What did you do…?"
>"I played it… the writing called it Goth Orchestral Industrial Dubstep."
>Luna stands up immediately, "YOU FOOL, you are dealing with forces larger than you can understand!"
>I am taken aback by her anger, I am hurt and confused. "I-I--" but really there is nothing that can be said to avoid knowing how foolish I was. "I played it, the skies above me began to darken, but I tried not to notice, it was so fascinating, I let it fill me, I let it into my soul and I-I- l-liked it."
>This is met with a sharp humph from Luna.
Through a tense jaw she says "Go on."
>"Well sky was dark, and tinged with orange fire…"
>"Fire Wendigos? I-I- what? Those are just little fillies tales."
>No. Clearly not. I am such a fool!
>"I-- played the song, I liked it, I joined with it, and it with me. We were one, joined together across time and space. I invit--ted it here.. Above me the sky became a lurid orange and red glow, small ghost like horse-flames were spiraling all around me, above me. They smiled crazily… I tried to stop what was happening… but it was too late… the song played on, my heart filled with its red and black flames, and then came the fire ball… it barreled out of the sky hissing and spluttering with…" I pause, frightened at what had occurred. My eyes wet, I feel so guilty, emotionally devastated by my foolishness. I look up.. but rather than anger, she is smiling at me. Very odd. She touches my hoof.
>"The explosion shattered everything. I was totally gone. I remember sound so loud it was shaking my body. Light so bright even though I had covered my eyes. I remember all sense of direction and even the ground disappearing and then I was gone."
"You really don't want to mess with fire wendigoes."
>"Clearly. I woke up… who knows how long, later. I was at the edge of an impact crater. I spent quite some time waiting to die. But when it didn't happen. I had to think of a new plan. So I had to make it to somewhere with the skills to deal with these fire things. And here I am… Luna please help me."
>"I will, We will see that this never happens ever again! Now you can sleep."
>Her horn glows, I can't resist the sleep spell. She's soooo lovely. Maybe it was a good day after all.
Any Isaacfags in this thread? I got some Antibirth jams. Tell me whether you think the Stopwatch song or the lyric music-video sound best to you - I'm really split but I know there're some amazing feels in both songs either way.https://youtu.be/aDv4y72DswIhttps://youtu.be/u7K72X4eo_s
I like the first one. I poked around YouTube and found this quite pleasing:https://youtu.be/g8cTHwvGFS0
I'm gonna post a few more personal songs from my old idol Clint. He made this band with some friends, and I was one of his groupies during a trip to visit him and other family members.https://youtu.be/7ASDf5kZcNc>Breakin' Myselfhttps://youtu.be/PuvRrfQI_NU>Hit By A Car
The last one was apparently directed towards his alcoholic mom…that feel when alcoholism affects every branch of the family tree.
>>164980>the fourth song>"you got a reason to live">"you only get what you give">both lines heard in Michael Guy Bowman's songs "No Release" and "Chain of Prospit"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsaMMTu0UL8https://youtu.be/uaWujRF0LvM
There's a neat little coincidence.
Very relaxing. That is the kind of low rumbling bass I like in anything that got "step" in it.
Epic metal orchestral music. Check! And you introduced me to a new band, thank you very much.
Reminds me very much of Nightwish.
Need to replay the series. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Czj7SyPNRtohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bag1gUxuU0ghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3wKzyIN1yk
(Not safe for /mlpol/)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA1bBmxwrUUhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32kYH6XZrIo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuOYz407ASIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muNKZK5aSNQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkQlrIQhUMQ>>167487
Not every day someone suggests this. It is lovely though. >>167495
If her voice was the last I ever heard, I'd die happy. >>167567
>The Binding of Isaac: Antibirth
Sinister intro supported by an organ (Or at least what goes for one) as a hook? Insta-like. I wonder in what kind of playlist this would fit, perhaps this song is for gaming only because I don't imagine myself running or working to it.
>Massive Attack - Teardrop
One of my favorites; the video could put the fright in Oden though.
It's hard to decide which one is better. Teardrop is good for relaxing or running to, Antibirth seems to be typical for gaming or just relaxing. Both are good, but I have to be honest that Teardrop can quickly lose its appeal because it is very contained in its expressions such as the singing is a strained whisper which can lose its dignity, I assume you can call it, within moments as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lcZ0redg1shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2YnchvlxkM>>167734
>THEATRE OF TRAGEDYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBOVkptjJhE>>168043
Haha! I think I can guess why hooktube wouldn't alow any of these catchy songs. >>168186
How did you find all these great ones? When I listen to them I suddenly feel this swell in my heart and want to move in sync to the music.
>Bridge on the River Kwai
>Leningrad Cowboys - knockin' on Heaven's door
Eyup. It is awesome alright but that hairdo won the world.
>Farcry 5 soundtrack
I own the whole collection. :D
It's always nice to listen to some Irish pub music. >>168329
Really dig the rolling sound from the guitar. Sirenia is now a new favorite. :Phttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSFEv9eaoh4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TNjKa3yl4g
(Rock opera) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7lGlgLh2LI>>168616
Are they still playing? This kind of music reminds me of dying industrial towns, for some reason; it is good but somehow sad.
Here's a curve ball! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOsFQ-VUeMw>>168632
>Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido
You got a good taste, the moment it began playing I had this silly smile plastered across my face. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hb9-8X9dY_k
(A O A O A O A O A O A O A O)
Do you like Jazz? Do you like Funk? Maybe you'll like this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FicF3_GAzqA>>168680
Another good suggestion. I'll put it on over the intercom system at the terminal I work for and watch the reactions from the few Muslims that happen to work here. Last time I listened to Sabaton at a workstation they accused me of listening to White power music.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wmd8triob0Y&t=1001s
Not sure if you know, there is a nice way to extract high quality audio from youtube:
$ youtube-dl -x --audio-format best --audio-quality 0 [YT_URL]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youtube-dl
Works for playlists too.
>>169014>>Xandria>Epic metal orchestral music. Check!
That band is strange. They have all the right components but something is off. They have been called 'pop' because they are so radio friendly. Took me ages to work out what the problem (at least to me) was. That latest album mashes everything together, you almost never get a low bass by itself or high frequency. They are always countering emotional highs or low somewhere in the 5+ layers of music overlaying everything. That means you never get to go on an emotional journey. The earlier albums are less overwhelmed in contradictory stuff.
Their first album has a good song in it with fantastic grindy guitar almost alone (Thank God!):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lwK7JDFz5I
Their second has an almost alone soprano (Thank God!):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4xdG-AZg_g
But I think this explains them… they like it ❄❅❆⛇COLD⛇❆❅❄:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AmdWWKjd3M
Ad the first album is called Kill the Sun
>>169014>a fellow Hadron Kaleido fan
Finally another person who likes Bowman! Haha. But yeah, love all those songs, even if Chain of Prospit is a bit repetitive even for faux-pop music.
>Are Apple Nasty still playing?
I wouldn't know. I looked up those two songs since I remember them vividly from when I was a groupie, but after Clint left and got involved in Christian rock I hadn't looked upon his former bandmates. I did see apparently the Drunken Peasants interviewed a member in regards to an upcoming 2016 tour. Didn't look into it too much though, I'd prefer to simply keep the memory preserved than get involved in the politics of a band I used to be acquainted and on good terms with.
Clint settled down, had a family, and seems to have abandoned his family's Facebook social-media dramatization in favor of giving e-sermons between Christian-rock-playing. Normally I'd ree at that, but really, if it makes him happy and hopefully chills the family out from their rampant nevertrump nonsense, then I'm all for it.
>>165069>Mint Royale - Blue Song
As a Baby Driver fan, I am intimately acquainted with this music video and I fucking LOVE IT.
…>Neuroscientist Jaak Panksepp, for example, discovered that sad music triggers chills more often than happy music. He argues that a melancholy tune activates an ancient, chill-inducing mechanism—a distress response our ancestors felt when separated from family. When a ballad makes us feel nostalgic or wistful, that evolutionary design kicks into gear.
>What’s interesting about Panksepp’s theory, though, is that chills don’t sadden most people. The experience is overwhelmingly positive. Recent research shows that sad music actually evokes positive emotions—sadness experienced through art is more pleasant than the sadness you experience from a bad day at the office.
>And this may hint at another theory. The amygdala, which processes your emotions, responds uniquely to music. A somber tune may activate a fear response in the amygdala, making your hair stand on end. When that happens, your brain quickly reviews whether there’s any real danger. When it realizes there’s nothing to worry about, that fear response becomes positive. The fear subsides but the chill remains.
I don't remember specifically who did it, but there was a study wherein people's success in games was measured between people listening to different genres of music or no music.
Information on that and more are in this great analysis video (and yes I'm shilling Celeste again).https://youtu.be/jvETIcMXaEo
Yeahuh, I listen to 2chains, Rick Ross and all the lil ones. The realest niggers. They got the real shit. Unlike those that only white liberals listen to. And I don't listen to em since I am balc.
Ah, caan recomand that yo listen with a beatbox stero at the same time you eat chicken and drink purple drank foo. You know what ah'm saying broathas. You feel me?
I hav even thought of becoming a rapper myself. Here's my two cents.
"I brought a girl home last night.
Her name was Janice.
She got dubble d's.
Then I went to the frezee.
For some kol-aid muthafukar."
"My ancestors wore chains.
Ah, do too."
>>169014>How did you find all these great ones?
I'm really into that old quasi military music so I have quite a lot of tracks like that saved.
Also I'm a little ameriboo if we speak about pre WW2, especially Civil War so also a lot of songs from that period.
- The Girl I left behind Mehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1V3JW4HeBs
- I Wanna Be In The Cavalryhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKZQyv6X4JI
- British Soldierhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZuxHrJtq5w
- She Wore a Yellow Ribbon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v582kPp43Mg
- Call To Muster And Battle Cry Of Freedomhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31qkB25cy0o
- The Homespun Dresshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BA5nZ3qWgc
- Faded Coat of Bluehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6smDiKy4a4
- No longer gray or bluehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dCM4HVMyzQ
- Two Brothershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75RUPdkyqp0
- La Victoire est a Noushttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-tGKNwHLeE
- Bloody Road To The Somme
Nightwish from their 1996 Demo (their first recording)https://youtu.be/iFeDoDrAEHs
Pogo, eh? He composed a song in which he dressed up as Jean-Luc Picard and Data that has a nice hypnotic synth touch to it and a warm bass. Two other feats pulled off is the make-up and the accent lighting in the music video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl5TUw7sUBs>>169088
My bad, but I suspect that there's always that one person who'd start an argument over something trivial as music videos or songs with a clear mark of muh diversity or can be called a lower form of music. I wished to help that person's sensitivities; although, personally when it comes to music I simply don't care about the race of the person. Merit before all.
>Lana Del Rey
Her voice is regal.
>Wings of Emptiness
The guitar in this song is a nice treat served slow and bitter-sweet.
Ava Inferi certainly provides moody experiences and epic soundscapes. What more is that they're easy listening that you can just listen to or listen whilst doing something. Thumbs up for suggesting them.
Great soundtrack; great movie — just great all around.
A primal experience.
They know how to do an intro. Nice use of the flute to provide the song with the feeling of having an ancient bond to ancient days. The flutist knew how to blow the shit out of that flute.
Haven't seen beyond the first season, but their soundtrack is a must to experience.
>Hunter of music
That sounds ehum very ambitious, to hunt down, as you put it, true Ghotic metal, using sopranos specifically, down to the origins of this genre.
What is your opinion of this compilation? Does it even match your goal? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkBRXIRhEhc
>Melodic Metal; The Third and the Mortal - Tears Laid in Earth >Doom Metal; Estatic Fear - Somnium Obmutum
This is great listening. Thank you so much for digging this up and sharing.
>Female vocals accompanied by growling
Isn't this part of all kind of metal (Almost regardless of sub-genre) produced today? I've heard so many metal bands, foremost melodic or orchestral, having a singer with a smooth voice that falls into a growl to then level out in a smooth song. If I remember correct, I think this is derisively known as nu-metal or modern metal. Nothing wrong with it overall but at times I wonders if metal has deteriorated enormously the last twenty years or so. I blame Linkin Park and other similar bands for this. Or maybe I'm just wrong and a crank who is too invested in old school metal.
>Sinds of Thy Beloved - memories
I like how they play the drums in this song, a stiff and muted percussion with a, what I gather, midrange pitch instead of playing a drum accompaniment using high-pitched strikes (Splash cymbal, Ride cymbal or hi-hat — to mention a few) laced in-between quick and heavy beats.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6niFit62ss
They're a good band, going to suggestion them to a friend and ask for his opinion on them. He's ridiculously picky in which metal group and genre he listens to, that's because he knows some musical theory, technique, and origins. I find it a bit pretentious, for me good music is good music and whether the particular genre is a bastardisation or not of a parent genre is to me just noise.
>After forever - Follow in the Cry
That intro is the best intro. :P>>169089
Didn't know that it was possible to download music in that fashion from Youtube. I've always used intermediaries to download a video. Thanks for this info. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SELbwr2NJqAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=va0rAQhICachttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysoECksFNtk>>169090
Pop? Maybe you're right that this is the problem because when I listen to them I experience them as timid, I think, which hampers their overall performance. A reason why I usually gravitate towards electronic music or older metal (Such as power metal), highs and lows are frequently used without being countered. >>169091
Mobius Trip and Hadron Kaleido build songs in a beautiful fashion, they vary them in a way that can be described as happiness. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAfYbv39vWc
Even when their songs could best be described as sad or moody or contemplative I don't only experience them as such. To me, there is happiness and contentment in their creations. It is hard to explain. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2rubrmEnYs
The electro-beat in this song is hypnotic, the padding is meditative and it isn't intrusive when the song blossoms into a pop-rock flair.
Ah, I see. >>169098
Glad to please. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RePiuFxp7H4>>169102
Daft Punk much? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m4ZkEqQrn0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KZozNEGaH4
Swing to this bruddah! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89_KXT5ztTU>>169280
Good god, that's some good music.
The British military songs are more suppressed and have a more complex relationship to the notion of patriotism and duty compared to their American counterparts. The American tributes are much less ashamed of being patriotic and pro-military.>>169283https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=euI8XoOXcY4
Some random music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3Bar3rty_4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQggvJx_kFAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjLbcft-yqshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqkBRVukQmEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86_vnQc1oBEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0UWT0dFSQEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uZLgTx_Sqkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6rabpUZte0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zk3Inus-yh4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFsZg4YrFZg
Some history (so far) around Goth Metal.
1987 - Celtic Frost - https://youtu.be/8GldjAfBZts
- Violins on a metal album, male choir, this band is considered to have started Symphonic Metal.
1987 - Celtic Frost - https://youtu.be/mFBfMv0qEWA
- Beauty/beast singing, soprano, perhaps the first Gothic Metal.
1990 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/UwYu8qzsg1s
- "Imaginary Symphony", electronic choir effect
1990 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/oN6-G4ybyDw
- electronic choir effect
1991 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/PYuF4aVKvOA
- electronic choir effect
1991 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/mTSXu_ksvyM
- song and album called "Gothic", growling, soprano at 1:22+, this song probably defines Gothic Metal. electronic symphony(?)
1991 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/AC39iR5NOlY
- growl, soprano 2:09+
1991 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/ishwyCDhquk
- doom, symphonic
1992 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/wjdA3vC0HyQ
- growl, metal, electronic choir effect
1992 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/m6E9NXfqHpE
- Symphonic(?), metal, growl, small soprano at 3:10
1992 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/3wM1kA9zXns
- soprano, soprano squeals start at about 3:20 (Lovely!)
1992 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/IlXvDfXbiaE
- electronic, grindy guitar, soprano 1:59
1992 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/Daypo4qQY8Y
- beautiful soprano, thrash, growl, beauty/beast
1992 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/3gwcnbpRcd8
- soprano squeal
1993 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/OIkBe6gT-nE
- Symphonic-like start
1993 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/Us5PySXbFpo
- soprano normal and squeal, slow doomy
1993 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/D7JzCmNGmkU
- symphonic metal
1993 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/EiZAStYfAmo
- soprano 2:58
1993 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/MW-1Ark-9CY
- soprano 2:43
1993 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/kOL3EnGdsZg
- soprano 1:34 (best Martine van Loon!)
1994 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/rG5JKY89_mA
- which sounds horrid but has soprano at 1:26! These guys are the most appreciated Goth Metal group later on.
1994 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/juR2FEYo1K0
- slightly better sounding but not much
1994 - The 3rd and the Mortal - everything including https://youtu.be/CL3-2XUYh-c
- soft, metal, soprano, doomy, high soprano at 4:00
(1995 - Skunk Anansie - https://youtu.be/qQ7ZeSU8ZXM
- this band is sometimes metal, rock, punk and softer but never quite Goth Metal but worth including, black female lead, also the first album has controversial racist related songs.)
1995 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/cJiBtaGM9gM
- whole album TOP TIER GOTH
1995 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/hGc28ZMQEh8
- TG experiment in a lot of ideas and this has industrial too. They get a new powerful female singer here. Most of this album is good!
(1996 - Skunk Anansie - https://youtu.be/xHGM1tTLEx0
- because Deborah Anne Dyer shows her voice here. And this list needs more diversity.)
1996 - Estatic Fear - https://youtu.be/wYNcXPh_3T8
- Doomy, growly, soft, symphonic, dogs and cats sleeping together, old fashioned, flutes, organ, cat stuck in tree, a stick, lute?, soprano 16:08, 32mins song!
1996 - Nightwish - https://youtu.be/iFeDoDrAEHs
- THERE IS NO BETTER VOICE(S)!
- Everything Nightwish with Tarja is good.
1996 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/ypZzor8I0Zs
- All of this album, TOP TIER
1996 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/ci3EDj7P6Ks
- All of this album too, TOP TIER
1996 - Draconian - https://youtu.be/oKQFI25aVuc
- bad recording but at 3:54 flute and Susanne Arvidsson sings.
1997 - Paradise Lost - https://youtu.be/OpnQfJT-2a8
- haunting choir effect, slow doomy
1997 - Nightwish - https://youtu.be/M7-Cz0HHxaY
- "Angels Fall First" album has a song called "Beaty and the Beast". All Tarja Nightwish is good stuff. We are at epic Goth/Symphonic at this point.
1997 - Sins of Thy Beloved - https://youtu.be/W3fUmd-5OZk
- Doomy Goth, symphonic a bit, ghostly soprano or two, growls.
1997 - Tristania - https://youtu.be/7jhkUUHWug0
- with their first demo which includes "Cease to Exist". Awesome. Male/female choir effect. Whispering female the strong soprano. Riffs. This is remastered later.
1997 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/xizngTJ9h7E
- Another good recording (EP).
1997 - The Gathering - https://youtu.be/zr3vAQaDL-s
- good album with this song "Shrink" being Anneke van Giersbergen strong lead vocals, goth, doom, electronic. Because Anneke is SOO good the band falls into decline and lets her just sing after this album. ie. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA2yGLYXP6I
1998 - SIns of Thy Beloved - https://youtu.be/OGws7l-F-3o
- Nice squealing! Good album. Very gothy.
1998 - Tristania - https://youtu.be/9KYtZ6SRSGQ
- Good album! Tristania best band! Those squeals!
1998 - Theatre of Tragedy - https://youtu.be/NOQS--sF9xY
- Album "Aegis" the last time ToT is any good. D:
1999 - Paradise Lost goes electronic - you bastards! - no I won't link it!!
1999 - Estatic Fear - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiTSYQSKxbw
- which has everything from soprano'ish to flutes, growling, metal and perhaps a chainsaw cutting down dandelions.
1999 - Draconian - https://youtu.be/BXTZRLIoScA
- bad recording but Draconian is too awesome (later) to leave out, we get to hear Susanne Arvidsson.
1999 - Sins of thy Beloved - https://youtu.be/IpqfdPEYIWA
- Most of the album is good.
2000 - After Forever - https://youtu.be/efu3YAfMDq0
- Whole album is great!
2001 - Tristania - https://youtu.be/U6ZDjDS72u0
- Operatic choir, metal, violins, soft, thras, growls, and everything else. Most of the album is good.
2001 - Tristania - https://youtu.be/U6ZDjDS72u0
- THE PERFECT ALBUM. The perfect song.
2001 - Sirenia - https://youtu.be/U6tQppyQeBo
- Whole album awesome.
2002 - Draconian - https://youtu.be/NQSXfisSX6U
- This band gets better as they age.
2003 - Epica - https://youtu.be/Rxaa1Si3CgI
- Full symphonic.Do I go on?? Or is this autism enough?
Correction, linked the wrong video above:
2001 - Tristania - https://youtu.be/kWBoAMQKRMs
- THE PERFECT ALBUM. The perfect song.
I still owe you a reply for your long post. Probably tomorrow after I recover from autistic burnout :)
Oh some things you might like.
Xandria has an awesome album, it is when the band is still its pre-Theatre of Dimensions symphonic-cacophony but has gained their most awesome singer: https://youtu.be/8GBcPMDqmdk?list=PLqayaMvS3xtIWnJJ2LIascHsFhvdYhM57
Also you like Sirenia and you seem to prefer male vocals, so how about the male version of Serenia: https://youtu.be/ndvo8qYA1Fs?list=PLLlouCO9BEuTE-Rt4EwMpBYAhB88t6bC8
More oomph to them. Strange they developed towards a more pop feel and easy listening.
It isn't that I prefer male singers but that most good songs do have a male lead singer. Also, I intentionally didn't suggest several obvious and less obvious bands with female lead singers. I reasoned that someone would mention them, and that is exactly what happened.
Here's a band I thought people would suggest much earlier: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjL5apEyiig
>mfw funeral doom metal is just new age music with more bass.
I've always liked the Smashing Pumpkins, and from what I understand Corgan is a repentant Obama voter who has openly expressed contempt for SJWs and seems redpilled on other subjects. He's okay in my book.