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Iv'e been listening to some of the most savage and brutal i could find (Berzerker, Rammstein, Turmion katilot, Fear of domination, Slayer, Cannibal corpse ECT....)

 

And no matter who, or what i listen to.. I always finding my self thinking or saying 'C'mon.. harder!! more!' (That's what she said)

I can't satisfy my craving for brutal melodic death metal or industrial metal.

 

Does anyone know of a band that can TRULY push the limits of musical talent and deliver such an aggressive and elegant song....

I'm hoping someone knows of a band that they beleive to be the most talented and savage of ANY they have EVEr heard of.

 

The reason is: I can;t find anything brutal enough to satisfy my craving. No matter how loud i play it. To sissy for me :/

 

Here are some examples: Turmion katilot - arise: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD3TtmbpdM4

 

Slayer - Divine intervention:

 

Bleach OST: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88sflNX4chk

 

Two times terror - Lust http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6s1cwGW9Cg

Edited by Black gold saw.

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Couldn't help myself sorry haha

 

 

 

 

 

Okay i admit my tastes are all over the joint and a lot of the time arent heavy metal haha

However you mentioned melodic meeal and well that is where a lot of my taste is so I hope you like some of it, most of the time it depends what mood I am as to what i pick to listen too and tommorrow on my 2 hour drive I think my mood calls form some post-industrial music

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Wouldn't let me have all the media links in one post...... and i thought I had only grabbed a small list :lol:

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Guest Black gold saw.

I know nightwish and cradle of filth. :P

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Find a scrap metal processing plant, and stand next to the machine grinding metal into shavings.

 

That's the only thing more brutal than you posted, and its a damn sight more melodic. Lol

 

On a more serious note, I don't/can't listen to that kind of "music", so i'm afraid I can't help you

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Guest Black gold saw.

Damn. The beginning of that Hammerfall was amazing. But once the vocals kicked in it killed me :/

 

Other then that... Nothing is doing it for me :/

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hmmm how about a bit of chimaira

 

 

or my personal fav from chimaira

 

 

in fact their entire Resurrection album is great.

 

children of bodom??

 

Edit: (a bit higher quality)

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Chimeria is nice :D

Damn straight :)

 

Cant believe I was forgetting scar symmetry tho

 

 

while i am at it you may like before the dawn

 

 

and old but always good in flames hmmm really need to start listening to them more.... I do have all their CDs after all :lol:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1FkbvGl-IU

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I agree that The Arcane Dominion/Evocation/Whatever was a great album, but don't use Eluveitie's acoustic stuff to demonstrate their awesomeness metalwise :P. But it is a great demonstration of Anna's hotness :D.

 

EDIT: Forum software and I don't get along too well it seems. At least check out Thousandfold there, it's made of win and a bit darker than Inis Mona. The album Thousandfold is from, Everything Remains as it Never Was, also has a bit of a storyline. Their latest one, Helvetios, is power metal-esque in that sense of telling a damn good story based on history.

 

Eluveitie - Inis Mona

Eluveitie - Thousandfold

 

Better representation there. Heavier stuff than that, I would suggest

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-f428vUZmmc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5IpHczLeV8 <- Also good

 

More recently from them,

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E81-JW18WW8

 

 

Last one there is a bit lighter, but hey, you never know.

 

Best advice I can give though is to listen to Death.FM. They play a pretty good variety of heavy metal.

 

EDIT 2: Check out Dark Tranquility if you get a chance. They're an excellent melodic death metal band. Markiemrboo got me hooked on them and In Flames. If he's still lurking around here somewhere, he should come up and post some suggestions :P.

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I'm a fan of symphonic/melodic metal myself.

 

@ Stonerboy - great stuff, Sirenia, Nighwish (especially older albums), Eluveitie are all great bands I own albums from. I've also heard of Cradle of Filth, Mushuggah, and Hammerfall, but don't own any of their stuff.

 

Here's a sampling of the harder stuff from a few favorite bands:

 

My favorite band is probably EPICA.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFzgkL75tfc&feature=related

 

Diabulus in Musica is also really good:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3DrxDPX4KM&feature=related

 

Leave's Eyes is a Viking-flavored metal band thats also good.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEaoMVjefZ8

 

It's probably not really what you are looking for, but there you go. For some reason the mix of melodic female vocals and death grunts pushes the right buttons for me.

I've discovered these bands exclusively online. I've never met anyone who likes this kind of music in the US, or even has heard of these bands. I don't exactly hang in a "metal" crowd so that probably doesn't help. Its a shame lol.

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