SpartZ-028

Claudio Murdaca, 25, Maschio, Canada
www.sourcekills.comUltimo accesso: Giugno 2010

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  • thablkpanda

    I shall raise a glass to your epic-ness. Bullet is a great band. Their new CD is also great work. And their old CD is all great work, definitely their best. Very metal.

    7 Mar 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    I see u liek All That Remains. I liek All That Remains too. ;) 15,000 tracks, mate! Well.. almost. 52 away. Or something. I fail at maths.

    4 Mar 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    It still says 'Medium'. You scared me there, for a bit. But if it dropped, it was because I've been listening to a lot of deathcore and a fair bit of rap with metal thrown in for good measure. While you're all metal all the time. ;)

    9 Gen 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    You didn't spell anything wrong... btw. - Out is also an awesome song.

    8 Gen 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    I agree about 'Surrounded by Night'. It's an amazing song. Caught myself singing it more than once today which is a testament to the awesome, since I don't sing. :)

    8 Gen 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Except 'Severe Emotional Distress' is a terrible song. I misjudged them based on this song in the beginning. Huge mistake. 'Timeless Winter' is awesome, hell- the rest of that CD is awesome.

    6 Gen 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Into Eternity. Epic win.

    6 Gen 2008 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Yes... yes he is. :)

    31 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Yeah, I figured that was the case- I just wanted to post something. :) Chris

    17 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    A Why thank you Panda or a I'll look right into those artists, Chris, thanks or a OMG you're so awesome, I'm voting you for Prime Minister even though you don't live in Canada, Chris would've sufficed, really.

    16 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Aww.. my little Spartz is growing up. The classics like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Louis Armstrong are Pop Standards, standards. If you're looking for more modernized Jazz, look no further than Diana Krall and the Dave Matthews Band's older work. Lastly, Carlos Santana is your one stop shop for latin swing. ;)

    16 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • SPARTAN-367

    LoL, I didn't listen to everything on my comp in a day... my winamp just uploaded my listening history from ages... ago...

    10 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    DO NOT WANT. Dream Theatre, taking over yo chartz. Haha, I'm just being randomly weird. Nice looking recently played list though- DMB, KSE, DT, CnC, LP, it's an acronym orgy. Peace, Chris

    10 Dic 2007 Rispondi
  • myoosik

    hey. i dunno if you'll like them, but there's Electro Quarterstaff. They're instrumental progressive metal. You might also wanna check out arcturus. They're like avant-garde or something but they're pretty awesome. Riverside's Second Life Syndrome album is pretty good. It's closer to porcupine tree than dt tho.

    29 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Did somebody say deathcore!? I'm totally here. Claudio, you spend a LOT of time listening to music, my friend. I envy your free time. :) Best holiday wishes, Christopher

    22 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • drtrancss

    Neg, I don't think it is. The vocals are much closer to deathcore in their older stuff. The new stuff has a male singer who wants to be Freddy Mercury.

    21 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • drtrancss

    And *I* recommend Therion, but not their newest album (Gothic Kabbalah).

    20 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Don't forget to let me know what you think, because there's many many more where those come from.

    19 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Good Sir Spartz. I suggest... Children of Bodom, Dark Tranquility, Arch Enemy, Soilwork, and Light This City. You should check out the latest albums for all those artists, as their earlier work is predominately old-school death, what we would call pre-modern thrash metal these days. Light This City and Arch Enemy are female fronted death metal bands, so they're a couple of my favorites. :)

    19 Nov 2007 Rispondi
  • thablkpanda

    Can't say I didn't try. My problem is; when someone says 'metal' my mind goes 'extreme metal' - ie Doom/Death/Black and various subgenres. Progressive rock has it's ups; I just have to be in the right mood for it. Like.. Dream Theater. Great band, love their work. But you'll only catch me listening to them on occasion. Chris

    26 Set 2007 Rispondi
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