thekman87

Kiron, 26, Maschio, Regno Unito
babyirenouncethee.tumblr.c…Ultimo accesso: Marzo 2014

  • Aggiungi agli amici
  • Invia un messaggio
  • Invia un messaggio in bacheca

Il tuo grado di compatibilità musicale con thekman87 è Sconosciuto

Crea il tuo profilo musicale

Brani ascoltati di recente

Bacheca

Aggiungi un commento. Accedi a Last.fm o registrati.
  • Bandaged_Iris

    Haha, yes! I literally forgot about last.fm for a good while there. I can now give you credit for first introducing me to Vessels, Charlene Soraia and Sia ;) Seeing Misery Signals was one of my best live music experiences EVER, definitely been too long between albums.

    24 Mag 2012 Rispondi
  • bigjase39

    I will give that stuff a listen to later. I am into some of your stuff. You got me into Quantic (sp?), Leftfield and Amon Tobin back in the old uni days. I was giving Vessels a try earlier and they were sounding decent. Also I haven't updated songs listened to since May although I'm warming to some pretty shite crabcore stuff recently, so it would probably make things worse! ha!

    21 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • bigjase39

    This low compatabilty nonsense is all Bestivals fault. You go to this super awesome festival, listen to loads of decent music from it which I either don't know or I'm not cool enough to listen to. It will bring itself back around soon enough. Perhaps some recommendations of decent stuff could bring us back level!

    21 Set 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Indeed.

    7 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    "Oppressive path"... well, whatever you want. I listen to plenty of cheery, non-"heavy" music, but I doubt any of it could be encompassed by "post-rock", which I find incredibly formulaic and dull, including And So I Watch You From Afar. If that's more in the realm of what you are looking for, I would suggest looking into krautrock/space rock- "Ege Bamyasi" and "Tago Mago" by Can, "Niebelungelied" by German Oak, Amon Duul II- "Phallus Dei", Ash Ra Tempel, Tangerine Dream, Faust, Hawkwind, The Pink Fairies, and bands like them.

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Just thought of this- you might also appreciate Hellshock, particularly their latest album "They Wait For You Still"

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Oh, and while you're at it, why not try Coffins, Noothgrush, Grief, Assuck, Beherit, and G.I.S.M.

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Also, deathcore kids seem to have some kind of affinity with wanky technical bullshit, so you might be into "Unquestionable Presence" by Atheist

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Start with Insect Warfare. That is, in my estimation, the most likely to appeal to you.

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    I don't know if you'll enjoy any of that. Frankly, I doubt that you will. But if you like any of those albums, I recommend using them as a jumping-off point to explore each various band's discography

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Carcass- "Reek of Putrefaction" and "Necroticism: Disencanting the Insalubrious", Necrovore- "Divus de Mortuus", Necrovation- "Breed Deadness Blood", Repulsion- "Horrified", Order From Chaos- "Stillbirth Machine", Sororicide- "The Entity", Nuclear Death Terror self-titled LP, Necros Christos- "Grave Damnation", Morbid Angel- "Altars of Madness", Infester- "Into The Depths... In Degradation", Dream Death- "Journey Into Mystery"

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    Napalm Death- "From Enslavement To Obliteration" and "Scum", Autopsy- "Severed Survival" and "Mental Funeral", Insect Warfare- "World Extermination", Bolt Thrower- "In Battle THere Is No Law", Entombed- "Left Hand Path", Carnage- "Dark Recollections", self-titled EP by Master, all of the demos by Sorcery (from Sweden), Tribulation- "The Horror", Blasphemy- "Fallen Angel of Doom", Terrorizer- "World Downfall", Excruciating Terror- "Expression of Pain", S.O.B.- "Don't Be Swindle" and "What's The Truth", Death- "Leprosy" and "Scream Bloody Gore", Sarcofago- "I.N.R.I." (if you want to hear a band that sometimes called themselves "deathcore" and actually deserved the term), Sepultura- "Morbid Visions" and "Schizophrenia", Mutation- "Void of Disharmony", Teitanblood- "Seven Chalices", anything by Goatlord, Asphyx- "The Rack" and "Last One On Earth"

    6 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    How pleasantly equivocal of you

    5 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • RedArmada

    You're 23 years old, you're old enough to know better than to listen to Emmure

    5 Mag 2011 Rispondi
  • i-am-doodle

    9691 plays since 26th Jan 2011...what can I say...i'm a fast mover ;-) x

    26 Gen 2011 Rispondi
  • johaclimacticus

    I've left your question so long it's perhaps now irrelevant. In case not: a little underwhelmed overall, but only compared to the tremendous standards of albums 1 and 2. For me, this is on a par with Frames - very good, just less consistently mind blowing than eff. and EIP. A couple of great tracks around a third of the way through - I'm listening to one now, Superimposer. But some tracks that don't grab me at all, including the final one. I'm off to see them next week, in Manchester - are you getting to see their current tour?

    8 Nov 2010 Rispondi
  • johaclimacticus

    What? That snuck up on me. Thanks for the heads up. Do you know what - it's on spotify. So I'm listening to it right now. I'll get back with comments in a bit.

    9 Set 2010 Rispondi
  • johaclimacticus

    Hello! Sorry to have taken a while to reply. You're absolutely right with your comments, of course. Really liking a lot of ASIWYFA - will have to catch them live, I see they're playing around and about quite a bit. And for Home and Minor EP - definately a grower, absolutely compelling once you're used to a bit and listen properly (which I guess I wasn't doing at first). Vessels too, quite subtle - a bit of glitch and noise in the background, there needs to be more of that kind of thing. All in all, good recommendations - thank god for last.fm; if I relied on the radio I'd think that all new music was shit. So do keep them coming!

    11 Lug 2010 Rispondi
  • cactusjack619

    Well you like Misery Signals, so I'd say so! ''Capture & Embrace'' is probably the best bet. My favourite album of all time!

    11 Mag 2010 Rispondi
  • johaclimacticus

    Hello! Thanks for calling by my shoutbox. I am enjoying Vessels now, it did probably take two or three listens. That's the way it goes with decent music sometimes (I remember on my first listening of oceansize, music for nurses ep, I pegged them as generic heavy metal ... how wrong I was). Thanks for the recommendation of 'and so i watch you from afar' - I've heard the name, but this is a good push to get in there and listen - in fact, I've pulled them up on spotify now. Yes, one song in and I like it a lot so far! Heavy and exuberant! New oceansize album should be out soon: exciting of course, but did you get the recent 'home and minor' ep? Sadly, my least favourite oceansize so far. Hope it's not a guide to the new album. Do give me a shout with any other recommendations, and I'll do likewise.

    6 Mag 2010 Rispondi
  • Tutti i messaggi (95)

Descrizione

I pride myself on being open minded and feel I'm better than people that aren't. Ok, not really.

I think literally anyone could look through my music collection and find at least one thing that they like.



Attività recenti

  • thekman87 e Richard sono diventati amici. Marzo 2014