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gentlemen,

for those of you who enjoy grindcore and musical history might i point you to Exit 13. for you who did not get the pleasure to enjoy them during the early 90's. they have sound clips from all manner of different shit and odd jazzy breakdowns for no reason. it's all good fun though even though hearing it nowadays it shows it's age a bit, you can definitely see how it influenced some of the modern "core" bands. they supported all kinds off environmental shit and weed...the music was fun, there wasn't a ton of shit like this in the towns i grew up in. oddly enough if you enjoy jazz some of their stuff would appeal yo you.

Open Season

Diet for a new America

When I get low, I get high

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zg-XKTIj8rM...feature=related

Hopped Up! (by the Demon Humulus Lupus)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tv-VJ44B8wY...feature=related

Gout d'Belgium (the line "Belgian Alcoholocaust" was a treat at the time)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qy2xl4XOMCY...feature=related

Gentlemen, i must make my way back to the metal HQ, we can reconvene there and debrief you on what you have learned. Word is from the brass that "the magic man" believes a "Macabre" attack is on the horizon, we even have a video feed of the most recent Macabre attack...

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gentlemen,

for those of you who enjoy grindcore and musical history might i point you to Exit 13. for you who did not get the pleasure to enjoy them during the early 90's. they have sound clips from all manner of different shit and odd jazzy breakdowns for no reason. it's all good fun though even though hearing it nowadays it shows it's age a bit, you can definitely see how it influenced some of the modern "core" bands. they supported all kinds off environmental shit and weed...the music was fun, there wasn't a ton of shit like this in the towns i grew up in. oddly enough if you enjoy jazz some of their stuff would appeal yo you.

Grindcore has almost nothing to do with modern -core kiddies (that being metalcore and deathcore). Metalcore is tuff gui hXc bullshit like Hatebreed combined with crossover thrash and a little bit of Gothenburg. Deathcore is all of that plus bree bree chug chug bullshit. Both use a ton of breakdowns, and usually simplistic, single-note or triplet syncopated groove riffs for said breakdowns, with mostly mid-tempo "bodies" of songs which are shorter than the breakdowns. Also, shitty vocals, emo motifs, and typically the absolutely most generic of song structures and amateur chromaticism.

Grindcore in its base form is crust punk and crossover thrash combined, but with a leaning toward Kreator/Sodom-esque harsh vocals. There are certainly breakdowns, but speed and brutality are far more prominent in grindcore. Also, fifteen second songs. I prefer actual metal, as one might have noticed, over the commercial bullshit being pedaled as "br00talz hXc".

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you're such an edgy genrefag <3

Indeed I am. I'm waiting for the silly equivocation that "understanding music = gay", because it shows the depths of degeneracy that humanity still resides in.

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Yea, because everyone knows that Jazz fusion is the best shit ever because its the most technical music around. Theory is all fine and dandy but there's more to it.

You called Slayer "Guitar Hero music", don't go and get all uppity about "degeneracy".

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Don't Stop - Innerpartysystem

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Don't Stop - Innerpartysystem

Love that song

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Yeah, not very well known band but that's a great one.

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I'll Never Know- Hundred Reasons

You & Me- Easyworld

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Yea, because everyone knows that Jazz fusion is the best shit ever because its the most technical music around. Theory is all fine and dandy but there's more to it.

I can enjoy simplistic music, but some stuff is overly repetitious between songs. I don't hate Black Sabbath just because they're not the most technical band around. Nice straw man though.

You called Slayer "Guitar Hero music", don't go and get all uppity about "degeneracy".

Literally, buddy, that's because it is. Slayer was popular before Guitar Hero, and they're everywhere by now. I don't hate them, but most of their discography is filler trash. There's better thrash and there's certainly better metal and better music in general than most of the Slayer repertoire.

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I can enjoy simplistic music, but some stuff is overly repetitious between songs. I don't hate Black Sabbath just because they're not the most technical band around. Nice straw man though.

Literally, buddy, that's because it is. Slayer was popular before Guitar Hero, and they're everywhere by now. I don't hate them, but most of their discography is filler trash. There's better thrash and there's certainly better metal and better music in general than most of the Slayer repertoire.

Bringing up Jazz fusion was not meant to divert from any sort of topic, just an example of how technical music can be far worse than something that is the exact opposite, Slayer in this case, which is about speed and aggression rather than anything else. To be fair, they're atleast not Venom. But it's fun to shout straw man on the internet. That aside though, you know nothing about thrash metal. Slayer was ontop of the thrash wave in the 80s for a very good reason, because they were fucking awesome. Timing played some part in it aswell ofcourse. It's not about musical prowess or any of that horseshit, it's about fucking metal. The last line should be shouted by a drunk Manowar fan but it will have to do. The subgenre:a as a whole was spawned out of lack of skill with an instrument for gods sake.

And if their early work sounds like filler to you it's because they were one of the first big thrash acts around. They've been emulated/copied/given homage/whateveryouliketocallit by other metalheads who grew up with Slayer and then started bands of their own. Slayer played a major role in metal history, not liking them is fine, but dismissing them as anything, especially "Guitar hero music", is fucking retarded. They've been worshipped by metalheads for over 20 years.

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SLAYyyyyyyyjuuur! *edit*

unexec danthslaw.cfg

I'm listening to: Positive K - Nightshift http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LADQfIHmAo

exec trollingcannagifs.cfg

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Jupiter, the Bringer of Joy - Gustav Holst.

I know those songs, I love them, Mars being my favorite.

Anyways,

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger - Daft Punk

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