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Let this be the only one.

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>death metal


>Weird Death



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Your music sucks donkey balls but the track titles are indicative of a deeply refined sense of humor.



I just give my opinion.


Has anyone payed the thousand bucks?


Bit generic but pretty nice, makes me want to drive a car a sunny day


Pretty enjoyable actually


As usual i'd like death metal if it wasn't for the cookie monster vocals





Sadly not.

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Are Nine Inch Nails any good? Should I bother listening? Where to start?

Also side note, is The Downward Spiral any good? /10? It's always at my record shop and I usually glance over it.

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Pretty much every release by NIN is at least good, with the exception of Hesitation Marks. That's the only album NIN has ever released I didn't enjoy.

Also check out How To Destroy Angels, it's a 4-person band containing the two guys behind NIN.


local boy from where I hail from, good work he made but ripped off Skinny Puppy and Coil a lot.



Skinny Puppy is more influential of a group than they're given credit for.



I can see that with their use of sampling



The Skinny Puppy influence is mostly in Pretty Hate Machine, can't hear it much beyond that.

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Who are some of your favorite christian artists? Sixteen Horsepower's song Hutterite Mile always seems to send chills down my spine.

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Does lamb of god count?



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I personally enjoy Todd Edwards myself


My local Christian Deathcore band, Abated Mass of Flesh: https://abatedmassofflesh.bandcamp.com/

Other than that, some good ol' southern gospel:

The Statesmen Quartet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6kYeGRSGqw

Tennessee Ernie Ford - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCYM6j23V9o

Fairfield Four - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RATiO_1Q-tI


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Black Sabbath

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ITT: We talk about our favorite synthwave artists/songs


It just feels like true 80's/90's movie tunes, it's got that vibe and progression that incites the images of old 80's films in your head

favorite song by him is easily Overdrive, from Redline

mostly becauseo f that sick fucking solo it makes my dick hard

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Does anyone else feel music that's produced more like an 80s hit doesn't really sound like synthwave? This one packs a good punch but I couldn't really list it next to Flash Arnold or Sellorekt or even Duett.


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Synthwave is largely a hybrid of '80s-style music with more modern forms of dance music. The more dystopian or cyberpunk-inspired synthwave music strikes me as a lot more contemporary in feeling, and personally I'm not really into that. I like the prettier, more nostalgic-sounding music or stuff in the more authentic style like you posted. That one sounds like it's inspired by Stock Aitken Waterman productions from the mid to late '80s, and I'm glad that people are learning to appreciate that style considering how much flak it's been given over the years.

Link related might be a pretty modern-sounding track, but those optimistic major-key arpeggios remind me a bit of the ones Loverboy used in "Working for the Weekend" back in 1981.


Been searching for Magic Sword Legend EP and so on, hoping for the full discography and it's pretty unavailable as far as I've found.

Can any anon help me out?


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New Mega Drive, fuckers. 199X AD coming soon. It slaps

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Is it kino?

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it is shit, sorry




>shit /tv/ memes/



>if not, it should be.



this is either impressively good, or it aims to the lowest common denominator and I'm part of it

either way thank you op


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The Chipmunks changed so much after their first Cochella.

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The /metal/ board is dead and so is the endchan, so post metal alums you've recently checked out

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they just reissued this


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and its follow up


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been also listening to a lot of Ramesses lately

particularly this


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and this one


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gonna get shit for this too but slam is still on my playlists as well, jsyk

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Synthwave is for faggots. Hair Metal thread.

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Yeah, it's definitely a scenester mentality. Back when I first started listening to metal I bought into the "true metal" mindset and avoided anything considered to be poseur music. Even then I realized that the ANUS guys were aptly named considering how up their own asses they are. For as much as the metal scene likes to tout its alleged emphasis on non-conformity, it's filled with self-important dorks who care way too much about adhering to the norms of their gay social scene. I bet it's gotten even worse since SJWs have started trying to co-opt metal for their own ends.

As much as people praise grunge for allegedly killing hair metal, at least hair metal was fun and unpretentious. I do like grunge (as well as some of the first wave of post-grunge), but that crowd comes across as being largely a bunch of holier-than-thou faggots who thought they were too intellectual for those filthy plebeians and their party music.


Nah, dadrock is the basically the '60s and '70s rock that has traditionally made up the core playlist of "classic rock" radio stations. Think of the music that boomer sitcom dads are enamored with. Dads listen to '80s and '90s rock now, but dadrock is more than just rock dads like.



I've heard of plenty of people referring to the Big Four as "dadrock" for a while now, perhaps it's time for a new term to be coined? Dadmetal? Because even those who were just ten when the likes of AJFA or SFSGSW released are now 40, as hard as that is to believe.



motely crue is dadrock bro


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>As much as people praise grunge for allegedly killing hair metal, at least hair metal was fun and unpretentious.

Kinda the same way I felt about grindcore at 19 or 20 despite being largely leftist like the rest of the metal scene. Also there's literally nothing wrong with dadrock unless you're a zoomer or in your "fuck you dad" phase


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"Dadmetal" to me means the earliest bands that were labeled as heavy metal, and that means there's a huge overlap with the term "dadrock." The dividing line for me is the rise of punk rock and the NWBHM. I'd consider the early Judas Priest albums dadmetal but not stuff like British Steel, Screaming for Vengeance, and Defenders of the Faith. It doesn't even necessarily come down to direct influence, either. Steve Harris has been vocally anti-punk, yet Iron Maiden's material felt a bit punkish (especially during the Paul Di'Anno days) despite supposedly not being inspired by it.

I don't know what name of that type I'd give to the classic extreme metal bands. It is kind of depressing seeing that bands like Possessed and even the Norwegian black metal guys who started off so young are middle-aged men now.




>Kinda the same way I felt about grindcore at 19 or 20 despite being largely leftist like the rest of the metal scene.

Goregrind definitely doesn't take itself too seriously a lot of the time, but I have problems mustering up any respect for bands who write lyrics like this:


I think explicitly political lyrics are tacky in the first place, but these are so faggy I'd have a hard time ignoring them and just focusing on the music.

As far as political grindcore goes, I do really like the first Terrorizer album.

>Also there's literally nothing wrong with dadrock unless you're a zoomer or in your "fuck you dad" phase

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With 6ix9ine and YNW Melly in jail, Soundcloud rappers dying left and right, old rappers all irrelevant, k pop and foreign pop bigger than ever, and post modern music dominating the market is this the generation where pop peaks and dies?

Two """""artists""""" I think encompass all my points is "Throw Shit at the Wall til' it Sticks X" and "Not like the other girls silly boys."

These two have been shilled like hell over the past year and a few months but it's their styles that make things clear.

Jewish Cumdump Girl in Fig 2. is clearly a composite image of various semi underground trends from the past years which became popular.



-Soundcloud rap.

-Middle age post modernism.

She clearly stole her entire aesthetic from emo and Soundcloud rap, mixed heavily with Tumblr while her musical style was also Tumblr and Middle Age Post Modern Female Musicianship (Melanie Martinez, Emika, etc, you know the ones.) And as such her fanbase is mostly Tumblrite/Ex Tumblrite Middle Age women and teenage girls. As such she can be labelled as Post Tumblr Soundcloud Pop. Highly disgusting I know but to make us both feel better we all know she probably spends her time being raped over and over by kike producers in exchange for popularity, very funny indeed.

Post Modern Nas here is a much shorter analysis.

Looking at his early work it's clear to tell this nigger was trying to be like any other rapper. (Thanos, etc.) However after his first and only hit (which came only because the WOKE crowd accused Billboard of racism for taking it off the Country charts when it clearly wasn't Country.) Has defined him.

Now in every single interview after Ram Ranch he's seen with a cowboy hat and it's clear he knows he struck gold and he's sucking it dry already with only that one hit whether or not he becomes an official one hit wonder is yet to be seen but it's obvious now that he's taking this country rap persona to the fullest.

With this it becomes clear that we live in a society

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Do people actually not like Tibetan Throat Singing? I recall shit has like 2 million views during 2015 almost, and everyone fucking loved it, how could anyone, even normalfags not like it?



That was like a meme trap remix tho. Most people don't wan to watch a nigga with the single string going oooooooooooo for more than a solid minute


pop is and always has been trash but modern pop music takes the cake for trashiness. its just a bunch of people copying each other and trying hard to get a radio hit rather than actually sounding good. they also use effects to enhance their voice instead of just performing a truly jaw dropping performance



I enjoy it unmolested



>pop is and always has been trash


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why do people claim classicals superiority? seriously, its as if classical fans just decided one day that radio music is the end all be all to non classical fans. riveting masterpieces such asanconlon nancarrows study for player piano no. 3a & no. 37, don ellis orchestras- 33 222 1 222, and tchaikovskys symphony no. 6 are all examples of modern music that is either on par with most "classical" music or actually sounds better than most of this "genre".

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man i dunno



To be fair, most people only come in contact with whatever they listen to and radio shit these days, and a lot of people do just listen to radio shit.


Romantic > Baroque > Classical



This shit grinds my gears tbh. A lot of people dont even know the difference from these genres and label anything "classic" that is complex classical music.



Those are subgenres. And we shouldn't be calling the music "classical" in the first place. It's "orchestral" ffs.

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Music videos with this aesthetic:

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/nsmg/ - National Socialist Music General

A place to discuss pro-white, fascist, NatSoc, far-right, etc. music and artists.

To-Do List:

Create an Essentials chart

Beginner's guide/Starter pack?

Archiving and linking of music that (((they))) have taken off of YouTube, Spotify, Soundcloud, etc.

What are you listening to? What do you think some essential NS songs/albums/artists are?

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Fashwave artists (incomplete):





Eternal Reich



Joseph Retrostein


Am I mistaken or were the Dropkick Murphys at one point classic skinheads, most of their music is typical gentrified punk now but I seem to remember them having right-wing views.


What's a band like Finist but with a good vocalist? Most of their instrumentals are pretty solid, but the vocals don't work {with them, at all}


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Fascist /mu/ primer.

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I only have two:

>"Every song needs to have lyrics as good as the instrumental. If one of them is worse than the other, the song is automatically a dud."


>"If every song sounds the same over a long period of time, it negates any good it had in the first place. You get sick of it like eating nothing but apples for the next few months."


In that case what is your 5 cents on music without lyrics at all?


Satisfying hooks is the main thing. Nice timbres and atmosphere for ambient pieces and music along those lines.



>If one of them is worse than the other,

There's always the instrumental version, albeit it's not always available.

>If every song sounds the same over a long period of time

What do you mean "every song"? Are you talking about multiple songs, like an album? Anyways, personally speaking, I don't mind repetition. If you've ever heard a song without repetition, you would realize it sounds jarring. I listen to trance and house, and they are very repetitive. But those two genres have a lot variation that build on top of the repeated parts. Pop songs are shitty repetition, they have about a half minute of music then repeat it with some breaks in between. It's like a painting with many hues of blue vs a painting with one quadrant copy pasted on the rest.


The singer isn't talking about themselves



>Good lyrics and good instrumental, expresses a concept well and sticks to that concept throughout the song

The likes of Rammstein are very listenable but cucked as fuck in the lyrics, and not even wholly great in the instrumental, but even though Olavi Mikkonen of Amon Amarth said he heard Rammstein in a lot of his songs written for Versus The World, they're still miles better simply for having a coherent idea behind them.

>Does something unique, or at least better than similar bands

This one, obviously, is limited by what I've listened to, but it's very relevant to how much I like a song. I can't engage with music if the song isn't doing something interesting and new. Bands like Gloryhammer don't do anything unique, strictly speaking, but what they do, they do so much better than everyone else that they stand out anyway.

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Show me the weirdest drum and bass you got. I prefer the harder styles like crossbreed and neurofunk but anything noisy, outsider or autistic will do.


i stream ripped this from mp3.com in 2000. i think it might be a guy named Dr. Mario. https://soundcloud.com/kidaeon/toda



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might be a bit extreme for OP but whatever

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Please post any of your favorites

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Look at these retarded wiggers


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when i first heard this on the radio in the 80s i knew r&b was done for sure


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nigger noise

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Do you guys like progressive rock? I'm listening to this right now, apart from the cheesey lyrics it's pretty good. It's really good even. It has kind of a dance-y new wave feel, and maybe the slightest hint of jazz. Can we talk about prog? This board is pretty dead. Let's have a comfy thread. Give me some recs please.

Also, track 3 "I'd Rather Be a Man"

Your jeans are tight but you hide your sack

Wtf? Did I hear that right?


APP are decent I was getting into them not long ago, although I do think they try to imitate The Beatles and Pink Floyd too much sometimes. I see the cheesiness as a feature, I like it. Their first album themed around Edgar Allan Poe stories was my favourite.

I've been listening to Electric Light Orchestra recently, who granted aren't really pure prog rock since they had other interesting things going on (and of course since it only lasted for half a decade before they moved to a more poppy and accessible direction) but they're still pretty good. Like APP they also attempt to imitate The Beatles too much though (the intro to Mister Kingdom on Eldorado sounds 1:1 to Across The Universe).


>Give me some recs please.

Try Aphrodite's Child and Harmonium


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i suppose someone should bring up Yes in a prog thread…


I only consider King Crimson and some of Yes as true prog, the rest are a successor to psychedelic and at the time contemporary rock but mellower, longer, and prententious.


Closest to prog rock I listen to is Muse, but the majority of /mu hates them lol

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