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Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Fri Mar 28, 2008 11:53 pm
by malvern man
If you're a Trivium fan, like me, then take a listen to a band called 'Lost Eden'. They're from Japan and have been called the Japanese Trivium in the rock mags. I've had their album 'Cycle Repeats' for ages, I think it's great.

http://www.myspace.com/lostedenjapan

Hope the above link is allowed.

Cheers, Chris.

Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 1:30 pm
by simonatack
This was brilliant, so was "In Flames" on Myspace. Gonna look for their stuff today. Thanks for posting Chris! Cheers. Simon.

Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 4:49 pm
by malvern man
simonatack wrote:This was brilliant, so was "In Flames" on Myspace. Gonna look for their stuff today. Thanks for posting Chris! Cheers. Simon.
Pleased you liked them both Simon. I couldn't find the 'Lost Eden' cd in the shops when I was looking, I bought mine online from HMV, it's £7.99 with free delivery.

The new 'In Flames' album 'A Sense of Purpose' is due for release on April 7th, their last album 'Come Clarity ' is very good.

You might like a group called 'Sanctity', have a listen and see what you think.

http://www.myspace.com/sanctity

Also listen to 'Enter Shikari', they're a post-hardcore band but they mix it with dance music, particularly Trance and Drum and Bass. In my opinion this mix shouldn't work but it just does. 'Take to the Skies' What an album!

http://www.myspace.com/entershikari

Cheers, Chris.

Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:05 pm
by Cool McSerious
Lost Eden seem pretty awesome. Speaking of Japanese bands, checkout Metal Safari:

http://www.myspace.com/metalsafari

Real Phil Anselmo (Pantera, Down) vibe on the vocals.

Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 1:38 pm
by swayZtyle
malvern man wrote: Also listen to 'Enter Shikari', they're a post-hardcore band but they mix it with dance music, particularly Trance and Drum and Bass. In my opinion this mix shouldn't work but it just does. 'Take to the Skies' What an album!

http://www.myspace.com/entershikari

Cheers, Chris.
Was wondering when someone was gonna mention these! :D
Been listening to them ever since they were in the start-up stages before their album come out; frigging awesome music..like you said, it shouldn't work but it does ;)

Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:08 pm
by Cool McSerious
One of my brother's friends from uni is mates with Enter Shikari, they grew up together. Though I don't really like them myself... Someone similar(ish, similar concept) who I like just cause they're so rediculous sounding (in a fun way) is the Mad Capsule Markets.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=QozXvfTBduQ

Re: Yep another noob!

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:27 pm
by simonatack
malvern man wrote:
simonatack wrote:This was brilliant, so was "In Flames" on Myspace. Gonna look for their stuff today. Thanks for posting Chris! Cheers. Simon.
Pleased you liked them both Simon. I couldn't find the 'Lost Eden' cd in the shops when I was looking, I bought mine online from HMV, it's £7.99 with free delivery.

The new 'In Flames' album 'A Sense of Purpose' is due for release on April 7th, their last album 'Come Clarity ' is very good.

You might like a group called 'Sanctity', have a listen and see what you think.

http://www.myspace.com/sanctity

Also listen to 'Enter Shikari', they're a post-hardcore band but they mix it with dance music, particularly Trance and Drum and Bass. In my opinion this mix shouldn't work but it just does. 'Take to the Skies' What an album!

http://www.myspace.com/entershikari

Cheers, Chris.
MAN! Sanctity are brilliant. "Beloved Killer"s a great track. I came across 'Enter Shikari' last year. A music producer friend I play keyboards for, had some of their music in his studio mixing rig and he was well impressed with their mix, as was I. You're right Chris, it should'nt work, but it does, and really well too. I'm gonna look out for the band's live dates if they have any. I'd really like to see how they perform to an audience. Thanks for sharing some gem stuff here! Cheers man, Simon.