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    Dark folk music??

    https://youtu.be/N8wMqJoTK28
    What's with metal dudes doing these dark folk projects? Just saw this pop up on my youtube feed. You got this, David Vincent, Nergal from Behemoth and I'm sure plenty others that have slipped my radar doing stuff like this. Now one of my friends who plays guitar in 2 prominent Houston death metal bands, and has been doing so in the scene since the early 90s quit those bands to "explore other genres". I hope this isn't what he's getting into. I don't get it. This stuff has hipster vibes written all over it.

    Also:I forgot how to embed videos apparently...

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffshreds View Post
    https://youtu.be/N8wMqJoTK28
    Also:I forgot how to embed videos apparently...
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    Tell me how to fix it before he sees! lol

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    thank you, and yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Check out Woods End on Bandcamp.
    When I saw the thread title, I thought he was going to be looking for suggestions. This is exactly what popped into my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Check out Woods End on Bandcamp.
    Yeah, I love these guys, too.
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