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  • muhamor-griboc

    math metal : https://corpzefertiliser.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/CorpzeFertiliser

    Mercoledì mattina
  • Theomegalisten

    Mudvayne is here because their first release, just it.

    mese scorso
  • Hoxtalicious

    How did fucking NU metal shit Mudvayne get here.

    Maggio 2014
  • Mechayoshi

    i love how mudvayne is in top artists. great troll. [2]

    Aprile 2014
  • kalovorot_music

    Kalovorot band released new album in djent style: http://www.lastfm.ru/music/Kalovorot/%D0%9E%D0%BA%D0%BE

    Marzo 2014
  • chillouthill

    A hell of a genre, good vibes from every single band

    Marzo 2014
  • elitist_jerk

    i love how mudvayne is in top artists. great troll.

    Gennaio 2014
  • Mynister

    http://mroctopus.bandcamp.com/

    Dicembre 2013
  • smiddy012

    Cyborg Octopus

    Novembre 2013
  • Dark_Sabbath

    math and physics rule [2] ! :3

    Ottobre 2013
  • Beojiko

    Petition to rename Math Metal to "Fedoracore"

    Settembre 2013
  • D_x_C

    Hermetic Evolution returns with a new music video. Check out the band’s latest hybrid mixture of nu metal, djent and electro rock sounds. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7s-EcRvxWI

    Agosto 2013
  • agaures

    math and physics rule

    Agosto 2013
  • smiddy012

    Rogue Empire

    Agosto 2013
  • lukkaturi

    neah, i'm more towards physics metal or history metal [2]

    Luglio 2013
  • lukkaturi

    I Love Chemistry Metal [2]

    Luglio 2013
  • SammyGuitarist

    neah, i'm more towards physics metal or history metal

    Luglio 2013
  • Rhayadin

    For those who question what math metal is (please, correct me if i'm wrong): Math metal is a true genre, based in a slightly repetitive, contratempo-ish music that almost never is played in 4/4

    Giugno 2013
  • masterZU

    @MatheusLuiz_: Math Metal - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc98u-eGzlc

    Maggio 2013
  • OblivionJustice

    I love how you find Walter White here

    Maggio 2013
  • Ivansxm

    I Love Chemistry Metal

    Maggio 2013
  • mehekek

    hahah math metal hahahahahah I mean really...

    Aprile 2013
  • traedmark

    I think identifying this you have to know quite a bit about music theory and a little math.

    Marzo 2013
  • MatheusLuiz_

    Someone please explain me , WTF is Math Metal ?

    Febbraio 2013
  • D_x_C

    We introduce you to post-soviet cyber djent from Poland. Check out the new music video of Hermetic Evolution for the song „Dystopia”. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U43cv3FzWts

    Febbraio 2013
  • xVictimOfADownx

    http://www.last.fm/group/Obscure+technical+music if you are interested in obscure technical music please join! I promise to at least visit once a week and post recommendations, but having more people join and/or be more active could lead to more discussions and recommendations from people within the group. Cheers!

    Febbraio 2013
  • smiddy012

    Measured [Official Video] by As Oceans

    Dicembre 2012
  • punchbowl6

    http://www.last.fm/music/Good+Job+Underground Give them a listen.

    Dicembre 2012
  • SchWarG

    god damnit fuck whoever invented this tag

    Dicembre 2012
  • creationvsus

    Hawaii Music http://pharaohsnoise.bandcamp.com/track/cancer

    Novembre 2012
  • ironworkers709

    thanks for quoting wikipedia smiddy,not

    Settembre 2012
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Completely unlistenable genre. Hard to believe Mudvayne compares themselves to this crap.

    Settembre 2012
  • smiddy012

    Easy access to Bulb's and The Gemini Part's discographies in my profile! The Gemini Part is similar to Bulb (aka Misha Mansoor of Periphery) but with more of a traditionally progressive spin to it.

    Giugno 2012
  • dukebeat

    check this guy's, The Hysteria, really awesome stuff

    Maggio 2012
  • smiddy012

    "Math metal is a derivative of technical metal, using rhythmically complex, guitar-based style of experimental rock music that emerged in the late 1980s. It is characterized by complex, atypical rhythmic structures (including irregular stopping and starting), angular melodies, breakdowns, and dissonant chords." often played at the "guitar tone made when a two-octave power chord is palm-muted." a specific type of technical metal, just like technical metal is a specific type of metal. all in the ear of the beholder. i find this tag to be quite nifty as progressive and technical metal are much more encompassing.

    Maggio 2012
  • vividserenity

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/545888_10150907379829119_92542394118_9655691_229728394_n.jpg

    Maggio 2012
  • Hellyeahtic

    LOL http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABt3M-BLCv0

    Aprile 2012
  • imyournewgod

    needs more technicality with less djent

    Aprile 2012
  • xVictimOfADownx

    You do know that Meshuggah has been a band since 1989 right? Tool has only been around since 1991 so Meshuggah is obviously the older and more influential band. Even though it's a small difference it's still worth noting. Both are very influential to prog forms of music but I can name more bands influenced by Meshuggah than Tool.

    Aprile 2012
  • maynardaltman

    meateatereater says it best except he forgot the most important pioneers T O O L. Meshuggah yes no denying them all they deserve but, without TOOL and definitely with out the tour with TOOL Meshuggah might not be where they are today. I said might because who really knows? But TOOL started it Danny Carey lives by it and no band can match TOOL on multi departmentalized time signatures. I love Meshuggah and all they give us and yes they were began around the same time as TOOL it just took some time for Meshuggah to get really organized and remain steady as a group which caused alot of OG Meshuggah followers to lose sight of them until the TOOL tour Resurrected them. Spiral Out and eat more meat! Glad you're out there was beginning to think I was the last logical thinking person who understood real music.

    Aprile 2012
  • maynardaltman

    music the real kind is ALL math its real not the 1's and 2's c-rappers use the 0's and 1's electro-techno assholes program the 4/4's every poop rock, cuntry, r-ah and B group use these artists use mathematics in ways you were never taught and never will understand, now the metal part is a record label created word used to make you say "wowweeee daddy they play metal they're probably heavy metal like that metallic-uh" there are no more bands that are metal there are bands that are mathematically arranged and mathematically intricate real musicians, real artists that create MUSIC with extreme talent and skills beyond belief they aren't fame whores, they don't sell perfume,hell they can't sell their art because you and your cockcucking buddies steal it online but they do sell tickets because they CAN perform live with live instruments live singing no dancers no lip syncing, no dj just real people playing real music nothing metal about it except the horned fists in the air.

    Aprile 2012
  • filther

    why is it called Math Metal? :)

    Aprile 2012
  • pink_noize

    Pretentious tag

    Aprile 2012
  • SchWarG

    This tag must die.

    Marzo 2012
  • StrAzzA_666

    bl abla bla bla bla, shut the fuck up and go troll on justin beiber or really shitty music...this "genre" or "style" is awesome !!!

    Marzo 2012
  • exiile_

    Like i said before, you're partially right about the Bach part, he uses math i didn't deny that in fact all music uses math but he wasn't the first. Also most these bands still utilize more than one chord in a song unless you're talking about only utilizing triads or something. Also you're changing your original point, you originally said what they do to that 1 chord pertains to calculus not that they benefit from calculus findings. But if you're gonna go that route Jimi Hendrix's wah wah pedal uses calculus, a Roland 808 uses calculus, synthesizers use calculus, Kurt Cobain's distortion pedal uses calculus, all amps use calculus, pretty much most equipment uses calculus in some way. Does that make it a genre? No. Everything you're talking about all artists use this across all music, so by your logic every metal band in existence should be here under this tag. But as I said before my question never was what defines math metal.

    Marzo 2012
  • smiddy012

    @ exiile_ - "none of them are using calculus, i don't think he knows what calculus is" - Logarithms, Vectors, Inverted Chords, Math-based compositions, Bach did this stuff, he made use of it, Calculus teachers have shown me this much in actual compositions. Often times (within a song, not a band's entire discography) only one chord is used, obviously math bands use more than one chord. I also meant progression of chords more in a sense of time signatures. And yes math metal bands benefit from Calculus's findings - algorithms, poly-rhythms, etc., are these not terms derived from calculus?? I don't mind being corrected (more) thoroughly. And yes, when it comes to octaves, I don't know shit. However, the computer programs/software that many of these artists use have calculus as an integral part of it, it's essential to the technical tools behind math metal, as most of it is digitally composed, so it's not like you need to know Calculus to compose.

    Marzo 2012
  • DeathxBringer

    I understand exiile's point... i don't see too much difference between technical and math, but a litle more progressive ness on math metal than technical... that would be my definition: math = technical + progressive metal. Probably i'm fuckin' wrong, c ya.

    Marzo 2012
  • medic1985

    Guys, check out video from Ukrainian tour (2012) - http://youtu.be/LvHgMeFrhaQ )))) Greetings from The Hysteria.

    Marzo 2012
  • xVictimOfADownx

    You got some good points there, overall I guess i just agree with smiddy's comment on the style of rhythms used. I think you are right, I suppose being very sleep deprived the last 2 weeks is making me lowering my cognitive ability immensely haha

    Marzo 2012