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It's time this song got some love.
I've been listening to it for weeks, but every week there was a song I just found a little bit more SOTW material.
While some of those songs are now out of my playlist this one remains.
Dyscarnate plays a more technical death metal, or metalcore if you like.
This video, while I don't get it at all, has a pretty cool art and visual style
Swedish death metal from France
For some reason they reminded me of Soilwork and In Flames of 15-20 years ago (don't know what they sound like now), neither bands I listen to anymore.
There was a time I'd love this, but now it's mostly nostalgia
Thanks again for another SOTW. It's not hard to tell you favor the 'death metal' genre, or at least that's your latest mindset.
Ah, the vocals...either you love this style or you don't...I guess you know my humble opinion. In fairness, I did get all the way through the video...really tight musically.
Personally, I've been regularly checking out the offerings of anything Neal Morse since he left SB back in 2010 I think. YouTube is great for finding some really good music and related artists/projects. I'm about ready to do the right thing and buy the actual CDs once I prioritize. The first one though would be this one. Neal Morse - Alive Again (2015) - YouTube[^]
In my case, I am attracted to MDM (melodic death metal) because of the high intensity stuff inside
Stretching the reality a bit, listening to MDM is sometimes comparable with this Carl Orff: Carmina Burana - YouTube
The approach in MDM is more to the point, less bombastic … (but of course not every MDM band can compose such high quality music … ), BR
Hit me like a ton of bricks two days ago. So if my posts are particularly rambling and muddy-thinking, that's why. Can't wait to see what my code looks like.
Nettle tea for me! (I'm not a sudafed person, if I'm going to take something like that, it'll be the natural form of ephedra. The problem is I can't remember where my stash of it is, before it got banned here in the US.
Also, no more dark chocolate for a while, as it creates a histamine response, and pretty much avoid anything with sugar in it (similar response), which I pretty much do anyways, unless it's a a piece of fruit. Or dark chocolate.
Great tune, great album!
+5 from me for any Metal Church reference.
"the debugger doesn't tell me anything because this code compiles just fine" - random QA comment
"Facebook is where you tell lies to your friends. Twitter is where you tell the truth to strangers." - chriselst
"I don't drink any more... then again, I don't drink any less." - Mike Mullikins uncle
Intestinal thing? I kid you not, but I had some very lively yogurt (Trader Joe's) and it cured a nasty intestinal problem over night. Apparently it's six active bacteria kicked ass* on Clostridium Difficile that was living alone in my antibiotic 'purged' colon with the most novel and wondrous effect.
My ex solved the problem in a way that you might try out ... On, sh*t. Forget it.
She was allergic to pollen from grass and birch, to the degree that every spring, her doctor gave her a shot that knocked her out for half a day, yet she had to chew these tablets all through the summer.
Then she got pregnant, and her doctor advised her that if she could try to handle it without the shot, it would be safer for the fetus. She did, and wasn't very much bothered at all. She did gnaw a few tablets (with the blessings of her doctor), but not much. Then next summer, she had tablets available, but didnt use them. Later, she didn't even bother to ask her doctor for them.
As we know, there are historical records of at least one pregnancy not requiring a man. If you are lucky, you might find some way to have a pregnancy without a woman. I guess that in both cases, it is a question of faith.
Hey, when doing a final check of this post, I discovered a CP feature I wasn't aware of: I never typed that asterisk in the first paragraph - I typed an "i" (and it still is an "i" in the editing field). Makes me want to try out which other words are rewritten by the CP software! ... but that will have to wait until I can do it safely without anyone lookin over my shoulder.