Discussion in 'Heavy Metal' started by camassacre, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. camassacre

    camassacre Member

    anyone around like mathcore? i'm talking stuff like glass casket, as the sun sets, between the buried and me, into the moat, fear before the march of flames. the stuff that makes u crench. also if anyone knows of any other mathcore or "crench" metal bands... let me know.
  2. Born2Lose

    Born2Lose Member

    Well, i've heard a few mathcore bands that i like. Fear Before The March Of Flames, BTBAM, and Into The Moat are all great bands.
  3. WalkTheSky

    WalkTheSky Member

    I like some of this progressive/tech metalcore before it became a big trend, and got cluttered with tons of bands playing the same shit.
    I'll always love Between The Buried And Me though. One of my best concert experiences was being at the cd release show for their first album.
  4. NecroDynamic

    NecroDynamic Banned

    You mean cringe? Man, if the music makes you cringe, maybe you really don't like it!

    Well, either way, check out some of these amazing CD's:

    PsyOpus - Our Puzzling Encounters Considered
    December - The Lament Configuration
    December - Praying. Hoping. Nothing.
    Converge - Jane Doe
    PsyOpus - Ideas Of Reference

    I'm honestly not a huge fan of the genre (it's too commercialized now), but PsyOpus, December and Converge are forever AMAZING. And if you haven't checked out "The Silent Circus" (BtBaM) yet, you really should!

    atmospheric music > technical music
  6. So palm muted rhythms aren't atmospheric now? lol
  7. Asmodean

    Asmodean Slo motion rider

    No, that creates a far too technical atmosphere. Not grim at all!
  8. Well, no! They're not! For me, the music's got to flow! I don't know, it's hard to explain even to myself what I mean. A graceful, amost ethereal sort of feel. And chugging, breakdowns and superfluous technicality just disrupt that, in my opinion. That's the most important reason for me preferring doom and black metal over modern thrash metal, mathrock/metal/core, metalcore, and death metal.
  9. I dunno, I find it very atmospheric and powerful when palm muted notes are used with taste. Sleep do it very, very well.
  10. I'll have to check. I've heard Asmodean talking about them more than once.
  11. They don't over use it, but when it does come around, its just "right".

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