23 août 2009, 22h15m par tofudan
4 août 2009, 16h01m par AndyChrzI don't know too many people who have been here longer than i have, but there's bound to be some. Speak up if you are!
It's been a cool five years, this is definitely one of my favorite websites and since i'm already a numbers/stats kinda guy, it just fed my addiction.
So let's compile some of those numbers and stats and see what we get.
Total plays: 223,077 (i have no idea if that number's right, i've deleted so many bogus (mistagged) tracks from my collection that i'm sure it might be a couple thousand higher)
Total artists: 2,397 (again, this one is probably higher)
311 - 1910 plays
Pig Destroyer - 1866 plays
Nasum - 1813 plays
Throwdown - 1655 plays
Between the Buried and Me - 1572 plays
Bleeding Through - 1493 plays
Bury Your Dead - 1408 plays
Killswitch Engage - 1362 plays
As I Lay Dying - 1360 plays
Chimaira - 1339 plays
Killwhitneydead - 1320 plays
Darkest Hour - 1282 plays
Unearth - 1240 plays
Trivium - 1239 plays
28 jui. 2009, 17h12m par lynx_lynx
27 déc. 2008, 17h58m par fatalbreakdown2008 was kind of a nice and calm but at the same time spectacular year in my opinion!
many really intense and epic albums were released! due to this "circumstance" i would like to present you a top 35 chart for my top albums of this past year which has nearly ended now! :)
i know that 35 is quite a big number for top albums but i just couldn't let any of those out..
1. Carpathian - Isolation
2. For the Fallen Dreams - Changes
3. Misery Signals - Controller
4. Confession - Can't Live Can't Breathe
5. Stick to Your Guns - Comes From The Heart
6. I Killed the Prom Queen - Music For The Recently Deceased feat. Crafter
22 déc. 2008, 6h25m par zao_89After the Burial - Rareform
I'm not one of those who think the album is SOOO AMAZING, but its definately a change in the metalcore scene.
Cadence Weapon - Afterparty Babies
Great release by a Canadian rapper. Took a while to grow on me, but its definately the best rap/hip hop release of 08.
Carpathian - Isolation
Amazing album by a previously *core band. Their old stuff is good, but this is their best.
Charles Hamilton - Outside Looking
Keep an eye on this guy. He's a rapper who's obsessed with Sonic the Hedgehog (oh, and apparently, his influences are Eminem, Dr. Dre and Incubus).
Cute Is What We Aim For - Rotation
For the Fallen Dreams - Changes
Brutal, catchy and AMAZING.
H20 - Nothing To Prove
Again, great catchy album.
Ligeia - Bad News
A lot of people didn't like this album, but I thought it was really good. The faux-turntable guitar solo was really unexpected though.
Stormlord - Mare Nostrum
Probably their best album yet.
25 mars 2008, 6h17m par zao_89One of my favourite genres lately is that melodic, breakdown laden metalcore (Misery Signals, It Prevails). FTFD fits in to that category. Drop A# chugging breakdowns with melodic guitar lines is the best way to describe this band. Some of the parts seem simple, but become more complex when you try to figure out how they're played (e.g. the opening lick from Hopeless).
Track by track breakdown:
1. Brothers In Arms - This is that one track thats a fan favourite. The beggining is just asking for a pile-on scream-along.
2. New Beginnings - Just an average song
3. Hopeless - One of my favourites. "THIS IS ALL ON YOU!". The end breakdown has what most breakdowns lack - a time signature other than 4/4. The 6/8 time signature fives you somewhat of a "swing" feeling. *Chug ch- chug ch- chug ch- cacophonic chord*
4. Last Dying Breath - I love the ending. I'm really suprised they didnt play this song live when I saw them.
23 mars 2008, 2h06m par AndyChrzFor those who have been on here a long time and been my neighbours/friends, you know that i used to post my purchases and link them because i'm cool like that.
For whatever reason, i stopped doing it... so here we go, i'm going to start it up again and get you guys caught up from Christmastime.
Now remember, as with all my other posts, these are ACTUAL DISCS, REAL ALBUMS, not the digital crap or stolen or anything. So, yes, i own actual physical copies of all this.
Here's the list.
Terror - Rhythm Amongst The Chaos EP
War from a Harlots Mouth - Transmetropolitan
The Ocean - Precambrian (2-disc)
Emmure - The Complete Guide To Needlework EP
Trap Them - Sleepwell Deconstructor
Trap Them - Seance Prime EP
The Dillinger Escape Plan - Ire Works
Parkway Drive - Horizons
Nights Like These - Sunlight At Secondhand
Arsonists Get All The Girls - Hits from the Bow
Demon Hunter - Storm The Gates Of Hell (special edition bonus tracks)
Avenged Sevenfold - Avenged Sevenfold
A Day to Remember - And Their Name Was Treason