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Seth wrote:Have you seen them before? They're absolutely incrdible live! One of the top 5 shows I've ever seen.
Dude, Tim Armstrong looks like Chris Haslam now XD

Maxwell Murder was very awesome :D

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Onlythebassist wrote:
Seth wrote:Have you seen them before? They're absolutely incrdible live! One of the top 5 shows I've ever seen.
Dude, Tim Armstrong looks like Chris Haslam now XD

Maxwell Murder was very awesome :D
Dead Bodies is still the best live song. I almost died when they played it at the show I went to.
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The Misfits - Day The Earth Caught Fire

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oho-j_MeqRM
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And the final gig of the year is.... Enter Shikari!

My goodness it has been a great year for live music. There have been so many great bands I've managed to see for the first time and hope to see again and again. To name a few; Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rammstein, Bloc Party, Billy Talent, Rancid, NOFX, I'm sure there's a couple I've forgotten along the way. If anyone out there hasn't experienced a band they love live, I implore you - find a way to go see them, you will NOT regret it! I'm not saying you need to be the first one in the mosh pit or that one dude that crowd surfed for more than 30 seconds (a'yup ;) ), but to know you've shared the night with them and the crowd is very fulfilling.

Anyway, Enter Shikari. This will be the third time I've seen Rou, Rob, Roy and Chris tear it up, and definitely not the last! :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VaEiVJWm90 - Destabilise/Enter Shikari (PG-13 for language)

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The Dickies - Killer Klowns From Outer Space

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXeRSqA-tYs

In space, no one can eat ice cream!
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For all the other punks fans on here you should really check these guys out Cerebral Ballzy: On the RUn
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Sonata Arctica - Wolf and Raven

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So, I was listening to a Sonic Youth song on youtube, and this came up in the suggested video list
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npNyPflHako

I neeeeeeeed to go there! Apparently there are three locations all in California, and they're the biggest record stores on the west coast.
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Symphonic metal band from Ukraine

DELIA - Dead City

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0FIDCUaQ0c
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I made 5 posts before disappearing off the face of the forums.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQhuoY5h2kE - The Darkness, Christmas Time

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King Diamond - Christmas

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYM7UZclvOI

but to put this song in the proper context, you have to listen to the full "The Puppet Master" album to get its part in the full story the album tells.

King Diamond - The Puppet Master
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpuix7dbW3A

A good scary story in music form just for the holidays and one of my favorite albums.
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Reflections - An Artifact

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A59tv6cqkBc

Really nice modern progressive metal with crazy guitar stuff.
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Dark Confessions - Biohazard

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TTeAhuVOSM

Death Metal from Spain.
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Listening to The Who's Tommy.
You know Tommy, he's the pinball wizard.
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Om- On the Mountain at Dawn
http://m.youtube.com/index?&desktop_uri ... k9cwB2syB4

excellent doom metal
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It's Christmas time, so I think you'll like this ;)

Tarja Turunen - Henkäys Ikuisuudesta
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Big Brother and the Holding Company with Janis Joplin - Ball and Chain Live at the Monterey International Pop Festival.
One of the most amazing performances, IMO.
This festival was the one that launched her career, along with Jimi Hendrix and The Who (first time Jimi, and The Who, played in America).
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THe Dillinger Escape Plan: Farewell Mona- Lisa
The more I hear these guys the more I'm falling in love with them. Such an awesome unique sound. I got a copy of this album for christmas and this is probably my favorite track on it so far.
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2 Wolves - Metropolis Metro

Industrial metal from Finland.
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The Captains Intangible - Any Other Way

Title song from the film "Diary of the Dead" by George A. Romero.
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So, I only recently found out that Lee Dorman, bassist and vocals of Iron Butterfly, passed away on the 21st.
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I've really been loving music by the Civil Wars lately. Check this song out, it's beautiful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfzRlcnq_c0
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Another CKY song - Rio Bravo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsK0DasGvLU

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One more for the road.

CKY - Inhuman Creation Station
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S-s-Shikari??

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTLmO8ynyAc (Zzzonked - Enter Shikari)

WARNING - Starts off quiet, comes in at 200dB

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I posted a new song on SoundCloud called Absolution. Check it out and tell me what you guys think! ^^
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8-) Just cool, nothing more to say ;)
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Alastair wrote:I posted a new song on SoundCloud called Absolution. Check it out and tell me what you guys think! ^^
Dude, just checked out all your stuff on there and I love it. Guitar driven songs are awesome, even though I'm not much a guitarist myself. :lol:
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Honorable Intentions wrote:
Alastair wrote:I posted a new song on SoundCloud called Absolution. Check it out and tell me what you guys think! ^^
Dude, just checked out all your stuff on there and I love it. Guitar driven songs are awesome, even though I'm not much a guitarist myself. :lol: .
Thank you so much, man! I'm glad you like what I've posted so far. :)
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Alastair wrote:
Honorable Intentions wrote:
Alastair wrote:I posted a new song on SoundCloud called Absolution. Check it out and tell me what you guys think! ^^
Dude, just checked out all your stuff on there and I love it. Guitar driven songs are awesome, even though I'm not much a guitarist myself. :lol: .
Thank you so much, man! I'm glad you like what I've posted so far. :)
Wow dude, just... wow!
Those where just amazing, I especially loved that last one "As Rain Falls", beautiful work Alastair! :mrgreen:
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Oh my gosh thank you! :mrgreen: Glad you liked my stuff! Hopefully I can get more songs posted soon.
And I also appreciate the watch on SoundCloud! The support is much appreciated! :)
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Loving this sweet music Alastair, please keep with it - wouldn't be surprised to see you pop up somewhere in the world of music :D

The Absolution intro sounds a bit like Billy Talent in terms of tone and tempo, heard of them?

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Onlythebassist wrote:Loving this sweet music Alastair, please keep with it - wouldn't be surprised to see you pop up somewhere in the world of music :D

The Absolution intro sounds a bit like Billy Talent in terms of tone and tempo, heard of them?
Thanks Bassist! I'm glad you like my songs! :D

And Billy Talent? The name sounds familiar, but I'm not sure if I know any of their work.
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