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 No.1077[Reply]

Just wanna listen to some communism while doing exercise.
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>>5498
Skramz/screamo sucks
>>5179
Just wanna listen to some [rock] communism while doing exercise.
Look up the subgenre of crust punk called crustgrind for that real strong stuff for reps / working the bag.
Otherwise hardcore punk in general (the actual genre, not shitty emo or metalcore spinoffs) is great, energetic and upbeat and is perfect for physical exercise.

Crustgrind (best bands I've found):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8AvsrRY7Rnw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIwo4Y5I888
General, great HC:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RnoqXFNc6M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gnWKhq8l_5c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fD0vAZ22Vwo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdiXxe5idLk

 No.1085

here's something more recent and relevant
https://youtu.be/pXiwr6OsYcM?t=3

 No.1086

>>5446
> cia operatives
???

 No.1693

soviet rockchristian_communismChristian Communism



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 No.979[Reply]

This thread is dedicated to the people on this site who play instruments for fun or dollars. Talk about your setup, songs you like playing, techniques, performance. Today I'm with my Fender Player Precision tryna figure out some Geddy Lee bass lines.
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 No.990

>>12644

But i already can feel my diaphgram already, i want to learn how to control and direct it to make my singing more powerful and smooth.

Also every time I browse youtube they say some idealost crap like 'use your head voice
'. Isnt all voice from the head wtf.

 No.991

>>12652
>Isnt all voice from the head wtf.
Yes, but it's resonance they're talking about. Bass singing you feel more in the chest.
https://youtu.be/NnX9DlAQbnc

 No.992

>>12655

I want to sing like the oldschool 50’s singers that sounded like guys with powerful voices like sinatra and all. I guess I’m mainly looking to understand the main concepts and get some tips that could instantly help my singing. Like in martial arts relaxation and whole body movements is a big concept. Just wondering what the main ones for singing are. I like practicing by diving headfirst and then getting the refining the basics down later

https://youtu.be/VvjWl7lvrnk

 No.993

>>12721

Woops wrong link, like this dude: https://youtu.be/VTSgGCgpeN0

 No.994

>>12627
i also want to learn how to sing good, but my main problem is singing out of tune and i need help on that



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 No.484[Reply]

Discuss and share songs, albums artists you like. You can talk about making music as well.
Usually not my genre but I enjoyed this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMaRguzy2gU
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>>484
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4MZTU1-_bw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_XRLpQhYCc

Shayfer James is extremely talented and his songs have a hipster jazz rebel vibe

 No.1276

one for any dirty goths if there are any perusing this imageboard🙂

 No.1290

>>1276 (me)
She's got a blog. Goth musicians all seem to read a lot. Nick Cave is another one, though he seems to lift stuff directly evening spreads itself against the sky nicked from T. S. Eliot I reckon Sophor Aeternus either is more original or uses more obscure sources.
http://www.soporaeternus.de/WhiteDicksAndOtherIllusions.html

 No.1291

anyone else /psychadelic/?



 No.1087[Reply]

Anybody here play an instrument or have musical talent of some kind?
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 No.1090

>>2416
i really want to learn the accordion but have honestly no idea how to start doing that, especially considering how expensive instruments are

 No.1091

>>2416
I used to play alto saxophone when I was still in grade school. Because I really liked the idea of playing Jazz music because it was so cool. Though my original pick was going to be a flute because it would have been super cool to learn that from watching cartoons and such. But glad I didn't as flute is very hard to play with huge hands like mine.

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Yes, an old "Melody King" 3/4 (parlor) guitar I got cheap on ebay.
I had a Stefan Grossman instructional DVD on fingerpicked blues guitar, in which he said for this genre either get an old battered one from a junk shop, or a cheap new one.

Pic related shows the guitar complete " bits of paper modification" to lift the strings high enough to stop fret buzzing.
When I've got some money together I'll get a proper guitar "set up" done at a guitar shop.
But in the meantime it does the job. I used it to record this :
https://youtu.be/9sd0Hd3PygE

 No.1314

>>1087
what type of guitar is that which woody uses?

also how the fuck did people make guitars back in the villages
some string and a stick?punkPunk

 No.1320

I'm not talented at all but I have played guitar, bass + vox in a few punk and metal bands over the years and also played some solo noise shows. not gonna post anything bc I i'm not gonna dox myself If you like to listen music it's fun to make it too even if you're not that good.
>>1092
Based gnostic blues comrade. There's some serious potential there. Keep it up!left_communismLeft Communism



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 No.1896

From down under with love

 No.1903

Some black-doom for you. I wasn't sure which general to put this in.

 No.1904

Some real Norwegian shit right here

 No.1953

Ran into these guys. I did need some more industrial black in my life

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 No.1093[Reply]

Currently listening to the album Matriarch by Veil of Maya. It's one of those albums thats shit on the first couple of listens but then it starts to grow on you and all of a sudden you're headbanging to the breakdowns.
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to THIS:>>1029

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>>914based

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Egor Letov & GrOb albums I got from rutracker:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtPCTs7igh8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ift8T7eVEoliteral Nazbol music but it appeals to my aesthetic sensibilities. Mix of Russian folk and punk, low-fi, psychedelic elements, some outstandingly angry vocals at times…

 No.1113

>>1034Letov is great. Also the entire East Euro prog/post-punk scene is worth checking out

 No.1114

Lately it's been all prog rock, industrial and black metal lately for me



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 No.478[Reply]

New tool album is out.Thoughts? Sounds good to me.But, it feels like their swan song. They seem to agree. Anyone else listening?In some respects it really sounds like they are pushing their boundaries in other it sounds very cookie cutter (not a bad thing for tool)Thoughts?
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 No.481

These bottom dead threads are perfect for random shit that helps boost PPH a little.

 No.482

>>10317
no

 No.483

>>478
I think it's amazing and one of their best so far. It was challenging sinking my teeth into it, but I find myself more and more re-listening to it, moreso than any of their "classics". I liked the Easter eggs, like the Aenima bridge "hidden" in Invincible, incidentally the most accessible song on the album; 7empest is my favorite song on it, Pneuma and Fear Inoculum are also highlights. Chocolate chip, Litanie feel like jokes, but don't detract from the overall quality of the work. I think Maynard's other projects have some cool songs here and there but can't hold a candle to Tool, so I'm certainly hoping it's not their swan song (although very hard to top this imho).

 No.1849

I did not like when YouTube started forcefeeding me this album when I tried to get away from Tool due to reasons. I still think they peaked at Ænima but at the same time, Lateralus and 10K Days ain't bad. I really don't know what to say with this one though

 No.1888

I love 10K days and aenima, but Lateralus is truly special to me, I think it's one of the best and most thematically cohesive records ever made.

Fear Inoculum kinda feels like they're treading water on a few tracks but the title track, Pnuema, Culling Voices and Invincible are all great, if a bit same-y
The first half of Descending is fucking incredible, atmospheric, bleak, then it drops the ball and becomes boring and overwrought
everything else is forgettable.

6/10 album, it's good but full of wasted potential



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 No.511[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>No music thread
Step it up lads

>Boards of canda - 5.9.78

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A786lOX8jc

>Blackmores night - Journeyman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0gFz3_js1Y
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>>819
Lmao that dude literally looks like a cartoon character in real life

 No.823

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbqxHR8q2GM

In the night of Tammisaari, the twinkling of the stars are not visible, there the whips and bayonets stick from belts on each side. They want to show their masters how to beat those who have already been beaten down. So they fulfill the task that their masters gave them meticulously.

Under the whip, only few are bent, only a few without strength are exhausted from battles. We walk straight after all this, even though the herd of greyhounds beat us. Go back no step, the night is darker there.

This is not arrogance, nor is it defiance of fate. We walk the path of battles and will always remember: our class is the creator of everything, and the battle for it is enormous. It's also the protection of our battle, that's why the sky is so safe.

Don't worry our class is up, we will never let you down. The struggle in front of us is noble, this is the way we go. The vanguard of us, it inspires the struggle and the victims on the path of the struggles it teaches to give.

In the night of Tammisaari, the flame of hate still flares. Not in the hard work of a slave, our forces should not fall. With our class side by side we will give the last blow. Down with the oppressive parasites, down with their dark executors!

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 No.1166

damn this thread is bumping



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