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  1. #273


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    Everyone mentions Phil's singing, but those riffs are also fucking deadly.
    Argbadh - RHLC©

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  3. #274


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    Quote Originally Posted by schreckmusic View Post
    I am prob the only person on this forum that loves Avenged Sevenfold. So, yeah I understand.
    I can't listen to their records any more, but they're fucking stellar live.

  4. #275


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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksonplayer View Post
    I'm listening mostly to seventies disco and peak Grateful Dead lately, so clearly I'm off the map in terms of musical tastes, these days.

    Oh, and Pantera's Power Metal album is preferable for no other reason than it features actual singing rather than a guy who sounds like he's passing a kidney stone.
    cool Grandad

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  6. #276


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    cool Grandad
    Too old to rock 'n' roll, too young to die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schreckmusic View Post
    I am prob the only person on this forum that loves Avenged Sevenfold. So, yeah I understand.
    Nope. I love ‘em and have for quite some time. Not a fan of Hail To The King at all, I listened to it once, chuckled and haven’t heard a song from it since, but the rest of their albums are fucking great. There are songs I don’t dig, but the only band who doesn’t have a song I don’t like is Floyd/Gilmour, so there’s that. Can’t wait to hear how the next album is going to sound, really hoping they keep following the prog vein from The Stage.
    Perfection is the enemy of progress.

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    I like the title track to Hail the King. It's like a song from The Black Album written by Hammerfall. Totally out of left field for A7X but I was into it.
    C'mon son.

    Hellevate

  9. #279


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    More depressing European recording studio knob twisting and awkward silence


  10. #280


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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    More depressing European recording studio knob twisting and awkward silence
    I love it. Gear is serious business. No discussion. No enjoyment. No laughing. Just sweet, sweet sepia toned silence.

    Also, it still sounds like a Pod.

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