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Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:48 pm
by time wave zero
oooh and fear factory yes yes yes.....superb remixes they were.....never forget that. how many years have been since then? 15? wow people we are old....well i dont know about you, but i am old. 15 years are gone like a cloud. but fear factory, it was so superb.....

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 2:58 pm
by Alien_Assault
Oh yeah Sepultura and Fear Factory rocks big time!
Got Sepultura "Arise" t-shirt back then, great artwork =)

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Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:46 pm
by PROGRESSOR
time wave zero wrote:jo sepultura rules. i am not ... ... sepultura. it was so incredibly trancy.

that's an important saying.... i too found out that metal-bands playing live are "trancy" ... the harder the trancier... like the german SODOM or the ever brutal CANNIBAL CORPSE... THESE were flights :crazyfly

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:06 pm
by Alien_Assault
that's an important saying.... i too found out that metal-bands playing live are "trancy" ... the harder the trancier... like the german SODOM or the ever brutal CANNIBAL CORPSE... THESE were flights :crazyfly
heh when i used to listen thru winamp, i've noticed that the "metal" EQ preset is the best for trance =)

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 5:39 pm
by time wave zero
oh i had a sepultura t-shirt too. but i had a cannibal corpse t shirt too, not so much because it was a favourite project, but because the t-shirt was soooo cool. the teachers definitely had a problem with me in any sense. especially as my t-shirt got old and full of holes into the naked body. they had a problem with this one and actually it looked so cool..

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 11:45 am
by iDNA
time wave zero wrote:jo sepultura rules. i am not a metal freak but i used to be many years ago. and i will never forget sepultura. it was so incredibly trancy.

certainly, sepultura well done :bravo ...they albom "Roots"....such shamans drums and the native motifs... 8) :prayer: :prayer:
time wave zero wrote:oooh and fear factory yes yes yes.....superb remixes they were.....never forget that. how many years have been since then? 15? wow people we are old....well i dont know about you, but i am old. 15 years are gone like a cloud. but fear factory, it was so superb.....
when i was 13-15 years old, I like FF too, especially early "Soul of a new machine"...yes its really hard :axe:

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:09 pm
by time wave zero
now as you remind me about it, i have such a desire to hear the fear factory remixes again. must have been years.....i have to find them....
and sepultura, this one, as i was 13 -14 i could recite all their texts without exception. i loved them so much. i could recite them better than i could recite shakespear:)))).

and walking on this dirty streets
with HATE IN MY MIND
feeling the SCORN of the world
I WILL NOT FOLLOW YOUR RULESĀ°!



now i cant remember the texts anymore. they are gone. so long time.
but i remember , i loved death metal. i could not stand normal metal but i loved death and trash. normal metal was in a relationship to death metal , like isra melodic full on in relation to dark psy.

oh i would love to find the ff again right now, right now today. long time no hear. i used to have every release on tapes at that time, no cds. but they are all gone or left in the many cities that i have changed in the next 13 years......

actually i would have probably would have stayed into metal if i had not had the accident on a motorbyke and if the bassist friend of mine had not died, with whom i used to play organ tunes for the tracks....


anyway i could listen to some sepultura right now. AND WE SHALL ARISE TA DAM DAM DAM DAM DAM:witch:

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 2:17 pm
by time wave zero
i cant find the remixes right now.....
but really they were so unique. they were the first real dark trance actually....for me... 14 years ago.....well i dont know if theywere the first. there was a lof of dark in the history. to me mfg were dark too and hallucinogen too. well they had a dark mood.

Posted: Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:14 am
by sergeantpepper666
The Fear Factory remix album is called "Remanufacture" and now available with "Demanufacture" remastered as a special 25th Anniversary release for Roadrunner Records.

It was sad to see after Demanufacture that Fear Factory headed right down th epath of nu-metal commercialism, and even though "Archetype" was bit of a return, their last album was horrid, with a disgusting cover of a U2 track :shocked and last time I saw them live in 2006 Burton could not growl at all, and he likes wearing fancy striped golf type shirts on stage :D

Same with Sepultura, once Max left they died, and whilst a few Soulfly albums (S/T and Dark Ages) have good kick in them, just not the same at all.


And yeah Moki, a lot of the older goa and psy had a very hanuted and dark edge to it that many of the full on and progressive fanatics refuse to acknowledge, even a lotof the Neo-Goa Suntrip type, but a lot of what is called dark psy now to me has so much in common with the old styles.

Ocelot for example has some very lovely acidic type trance sounds that sadly get lumped in dark trance and ignored my the masses.


Woot for metal! :drinks

Posted: Mon Jan 19, 2009 3:53 am
by sergeantpepper666

Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:53 pm
by PROGRESSOR
let me present you 2 of my favorite songs from 2 of my favorite bands ;-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMllrV7Nr1M

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75drmUhcYwk



I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE these songs!!!

enjoy :drinks :crazyfly

Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:04 pm
by time wave zero
well ocelot is one of those people who can do quite a lot of different style. not anyone can do it.

psy4ever

Posted: Sat Jan 31, 2009 4:31 am
by Tweedle
80% of the time its darkpsy 4 me
but the rest is like breaks, dnb, classic rock, and nin

basicly anything that stimulate the mind into outside the box

Posted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 3:18 am
by paradicsom
Well, almost everything... from light to darkness.
Mostly I listen to darkpsy, but I also like jazz, blues, psychedelic rock, chillout (downtempo, trip-hop, ambient, etc), folk metal... and a lot of death metal. :bangin
I really don't care about the style if I like that.

Posted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 5:23 am
by sergeantpepper666
Carcass for me have alway, alway, and again ALWAYS been what metal is about for me... from gridncore to death metal to melodeath... just pure talent and skill... the video is awfull but one of their top tracks:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7lP30tSZF0