1 oct. 2012, 16h46m par Flecha42
30 déc. 2011, 23h27m par Kieran0411*According to me.
Had a lot on this year and didn't quite get the usual amount of time to discovering new music, which was disappointing… but a large handful of my most played artists on last.fm released albums in 2011 which kept me satiated, then i tried to cram a whole gang of albums onto my listen playlist for december, which resulted in some pleasant finds.
In alphabetical order...
THE STANDOUTS (My favourite albums of 2011)http://i495.photobucket.com/albums/rr313/kieran0411/2011/godiswar.jpg
Artist: All Pigs Must Die
Album: God Is War
Aggression! Hardcore! Guitar solos!
Artist: Between the Buried and Me
Album: The Parallax: Hypersleep Dialogues
Artist: Black Pyramid
Artist: The Black Keys
28 déc. 2011, 23h18m par SquarewalkerThis year has been incredibly rich in great music (though there were quite a lot of disappointments as well of course, but I won't list those). So without any further ado, in ascending order of my preference:
albums that definitely worth at least 1 listen
Amorphis - The Beginning of Times
R.E.M. - Collapse Into Now
Pain - You Only Live Twice
Devin Townsend - Deconstruction
Subversion - Lest We Forget
Disma - Towards the Megalith
The Caretaker - An empty bliss beyond this World
Jacaszek - Glimmer
Cloudkicker - Loop
Sólstafir - Svartir sandar
Tycho - Dive
Omega Massif - Karpatia
Bruce Cockburn - Small Source Of Comfort
albums that do worth 2-3 listens
An Autumn for Crippled Children - Everything
PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
El Hadra - Ornaments
The Black Keys - El Camino
Radiohead - The King of Limbs
Amon Amarth - Surtur Rising
Andrew Jackson Jihad - Knife Man
IU - Last Fantasy
Klabautamann - The Old Chamber
14 déc. 2011, 16h35m par Rock-A-Rollahttp://rock-a-rolla.com/main/wp-content/issue35.jpg
Rock-A-Rolla issue 35 available to order now! Featuring:
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O., Sunn O))), Black Cobra, Dub Trio, Thisquietarmy, Bitch Magnet, Hedvig Mollestad Trio, The Men, Alog, Birds of Passage, Zechs Marquise, Top 50 Albums of 2011!
Plus album reviews: Albatrosh, Animation, An Autumn for Crippled Children, Beequeen, Black Rainbows, Bloody Panda, Blut aus Nord, Boris, Byetone, Peter Broderick, Coliseum, Cynic, Loren Connors, Dead Skeletons, Fleshpress, Esoteric, East Of The Wall, Chris Connelly, Falls of Rauros, Nils Frahm, Hammers of Misfortune, Steve Hauschildt, Heartless, Hull, Jane’s Addiction, Dale Cooper Quartet & The Dictaphones, Kaula, Kammerflimmer Kollektief, Leviathan, Livstid, The Mantra ATSMM, Megadeth, Miminokoto, House of Low Culture, Misfits, Nettle, New Risen Throne, Office of Future Plans, Nitkowski, Mike Patton, Psychic Ills, Precious Jules, Akira Sakata…
26 juin 2011, 22h40m par cosmicnavelAbuse
All Pigs Must Die
Andrew Jackson Jihad x 4
Arc and Panther
The Atlas Moth
The Black Dahlia Murder
Bomb the Music Industry! x 3
Bridge and Tunnel
Broken Social Scene
The Caution Children
Ceremony x 2
Circle Takes the Square
City of Ships
Code Orange Kids
Criminal Culture x 2
David Liebe Hart
Douglas J. McCarthy
El Ten Eleven
From Ashes Rise
Full of Hell x 2
Girls on the Beach
Good Luck x 2
14 juin 2011, 14h03m par MelonenmannDuring the last five years not only my musical taste experienced a great development. I also developed a new passion (indeed an all-consuming one) - the passion of visiting concerts!
It all started with Roger Waters (ex-Pink Floyd, if some of you didn't know) playing The Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety and more songs in Lucca, Italy. What a fascinating experience!
And since then I had the great luck to see bands live which most people have been waiting for for years (such as Sunn O))), Neurosis, Ulver...).
Over the years I wondered if I would still have the same incredible feelings in my stomach after all these concerts or if it would come to a mere usualness. Of course the answer is NO!
After more or less 50 concerts I can say that it's still worth spending every pence on it. Needless to say that there are shows which are outstanding and other ones that are not nearly comparable with those, but they're still great experiences and all leave unique memories behind.
13 avr. 2011, 18h14m par zegordeh0-9
12 Drunkies (14)
3 Speed Automatic (12)
Aborted (x3) (x2 11, 13)
Abysmal Torment (12)
After All (11)
Ahumado Granujo (13)
Airbourne (x4) (08,09,x2 11)
Alestorm (x3) (x2 10,11)
Àletrun (x2) (x2 10)
Alice Cooper (10)
A Life, A Song, A Cigarette (09)
Amenra (x3) (13,x2 14)
Amon Amarth (x2) (09,12)
Amorphis (x8) (x2 09,x2 10,x3 11,13)
Anaal Nathrakh (12)
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (11)
Angelus Apatrida (10)
Animals as Leaders (12)
Ape Machine (13)
Arch Enemy (11)
Arkona (x3) (x2 10,11)
Astral Doors (11)
At the Gates (x3) (08,11,12)
Avantasia (x2) (08,11)
Avenged Sevenfold (08)
A Wilhelm Scream (06)
Baby Woodrose (12)
Band of Skulls (12)
31 mars 2011, 15h06m par RelapseRecordsHorseback has posted the track “Veil Of Maya (The Lamb Takes the Lion)” off the second disc from their upcoming release The Gorgon Tongue online now at the band’s Facebook and MySpace pages. The Gorgon Tongue, which combines the Impale Golden Horn and Forbidden Planet albums together as a two-disc set, will see its release on May 10th and is available for pre-order at this location as well as digitally via iTunes.
Impale Golden Horn, Jenks Miller’s 2007 solo debut as Horseback, was previously released on CD via Burly Time / Holidays for Quince and is now out-of-print. Impale Golden Horn will be disc one of The Gorgon Tongue set with Forbidden Planet being disc two. Forbidden Planet is the most recent of Horseback recordings that was just released as a limited-to-100 cassette only release through Brave Mysteries.
Horseback’s Relapse debut The Invisible Mountain is streaming in its entirety at this location. The Invisible Mountain was released last August and appeared on many year-end…
20 mars 2011, 20h20m par sunburntkamelWed 16 Mar – SXSW 2011
Information Society - Dimitri and co were a blast
Low - at St. David's Church - definitely a religious experience. Incredibly loud, incredibly gorgeous
Full Metal Texas:
Goes Cube - unlike last year, they had an audience this year. Played new stuff from their recent EP's.
Kvelertak - ohmygod - party and a fucking half. jesus. brilliant
Hull - slow sludgey stuff like this pretty much always works for me on some level. really solid set.
The Funeral Pyre - last minute replacement for Rwake - I had associated them as equally as fast+thrashy as Landmine Marathon, since they did a split EP together recently, but this set was more than half breakdown/buildup, and had an excellent atmosphere of impending facemelting (which it did deliver, in incredible bursts).
Trap Them - seen 'em twice now. still don't get it
YOB - 4 songs in 40 minutes - exactly as amazing as I was hoping for - heavy as fucking hell and psyched out
29 sept. 2010, 8h33m par kateinchains1. Sabaton (31 VIII 2009)
2. Stratovarius (31 VIII 2009)
3. Turbo (• 31 VIII 2009 • Call to Arms World Tour - 8 XII 2011 • 16 XI 2013)
4. Alexander Rybak (7 XII 2009)
5. Jelonek (• WOŚP - 10 I 2010 • 23 X 2010 • 16 V 2011 • 30 IX 2011 • 30 XI 2011 • Ursynalia - Warsaw Student Festival - 3 VI 2012)
6. Emilie Autumn (• The Asylum: The Key Tour - 9 II 2010 • Fight Like a Girl Tour - 20 III 2012)
7. Homeless Rockers (• 8 V 2010 • 29 V 2010 • Rock N' Roll Show - 12 VI 2010 • 31 VII 2010 • Metal Halloween - 30 X 2010 • Oldschool Assault - 29 IV 2011)
8. Hot Rod Crimson (8 V 2010)
9. AC/DC (Black Ice World Tour - 27 V 2010*)
10. horde (pl) (• 1 VI 2010 • 26 VI 2010 • 2 X 2010 • 22 X 2010 • Łupanina Fest Vol. 1 - 5 XI 2010 • Masakra vol. 1 - 7 I 2011 • 5 III 2011 • 19 III 2011 • Oldschool Assault - 29 IV 2011 • GRAJ SZYBKO ALBO GIŃ - 2 VII 2011)
11. Behemoth (Sonisphere Festival - 16 VI 2010)
12. Anthrax (• Sonisphere Festival - 16 VI 2010 • XIX Woodstock Festival Poland - 2 VIII 2013 • 2 VI 2014)