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Frost 10-19-2011 02:32 AM

One of the most incredible songs I've ever heard
 
Sorry but I just had to share this!

I know starting a whole thread over a single song is kind of lame but if any song deserves it, it's this, one of the most diverse and incredible pieces of music I've ever heard

The recently released and utterly brilliant,

And Plague Flowers The Kaleidoscope by Ne Obliviscaris

http://youtu.be/aMorAdnCixg

Therma lobsterdore 10-21-2011 03:42 PM

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Feakin awesome track. I can't wait for these guys to drop an album, it's been a long time coming!

keep it simple 10-21-2011 03:58 PM

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Surprisingly, there's elements of this I really like, including the vocals!!!!!

Arky 10-21-2011 05:45 PM

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I like this one a bit better than what I've heard from them until now (which wasn't much). But I'm not floored... It's not really touching me but they have considerable songwriting and instrumental skills in their field. It was fun playing along to the doublebass stuff (not the exact patterns of course, but the same tempo). The guitar solo parts were nice but I remember the other song was more impressive in this regard (I can pull out some fast sweeps myself, been a guitarist for 21 years). I like their nice mix of aggression & melodies. Long songs tend to get boring at some point but this one was enjoyable. A bit repetitive at some spots but not too much.

Here's my modest offer - Sarah Brightman / "Arabian Nights" - I like the mix of various genres - or genre stereotypes - and the 'heavy' culmination towards the end. Basically I can't stand dancefloor but I'm not ashamed to admit this package is pleasing to my ears.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bonvu5LKiGw

I'll delete this post if someone finds this not appropriate.

Pollyanna 10-22-2011 12:53 AM

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Lovely violin. Love violin. Can't believe those 32nd notes on the kick drum - that drummer is nuts! If I heard this track when I was in my late teens my head would have exploded.

With today's ears, I like this more than 99% of modern metal. Frosty, the other 1% is Virgin Black's And I am Suffering, which was another link you recommended.

The growling is weird ... kind of like a shouted whisper, if that makes any sense. Sometimes he sounds like a jaguar.

sticks4drums 10-22-2011 01:06 AM

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It was good right up until the growling, and then it looses me. I just don't understand it. I can take the odd sentence of growls and screams, but not a whole song. It has nothing to do with my age. I like the heavy stuff, but I like when the guy can sing. :)

GRUNTERSDAD 10-22-2011 04:13 AM

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I agree with the OP. I'm sorry you had to share it also.

jofizzm 10-24-2011 07:14 AM

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That was quite awesome. Now, you gotta pair them up with her http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMcRj...eature=relatedand we'll be cooking with gas!

Numberless 10-24-2011 01:59 PM

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I feel ya OP, sometimes I get the urge to just share a song with the world, I usually just post it in my facebook.

I've been waiting for NeO's debut album for god knows how long, I thought this track was freaking great, but it doesn't reach the level of excellence set by Tapestry and Forget Not, however I'm not fretting because there's still a whole album worth of material we haven't heard and bands rarely release their strongest tracks in early promos.

I prefered the old shriek instead of the new growling and the chugging parts seemed a little out of place, other than that, just amazing.

sticks4drums 10-24-2011 02:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Numberless (Post 905066)
I prefered the old shriek instead of the new growling and the chugging parts seemed a little out of place, other than that, just amazing.

I had to smile when I read this. :) Sounds like what your mechanic might say about your old car you brought in for him to access. :)

eddiehimself 10-24-2011 04:44 PM

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Just sounded pretty much like any old prog metal to me. Great if you're into that sort of thing...

Fuo 10-24-2011 05:47 PM

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I dig it so far. I've never heard of these guys before... I may have to pick up this CD when it come out, but I don't look forward to having to pronounce their name when people ask me who it is... phonetic spelling please?

Arky 10-24-2011 05:57 PM

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The phonetic spelling is pretty easy if you ever had Latin at school...
It's pronounced about that: [Nay ob-lee-vis-kah-rees]

Well, almost... In the "BIO" section they give a slightly different pronunciation but it's still targeted to English speakers, the Latin version would sound 'more boring'.
http://www.myspace.com/neobliviscaris

Ian Williams 10-24-2011 06:22 PM

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Can you imagine in Deutsch?

Frost 10-25-2011 03:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Arky (Post 905124)
The phonetic spelling is pretty easy if you ever had Latin at school...
It's pronounced about that: [Nay ob-lee-vis-kah-rees]

Well, almost... In the "BIO" section they give a slightly different pronunciation but it's still targeted to English speakers, the Latin version would sound 'more boring'.
http://www.myspace.com/neobliviscaris

It means Forget Not I believe.

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It was fun playing along to the doublebass stuff (not the exact patterns of course, but the same tempo).
I may have misinterpreted this comment but I'm fairly certain it's a regular fretted Steinberger electric bass guitar, listening to it the tone is much closer to a fretless to my ears.

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Lovely violin. Love violin. Can't believe those 32nd notes on the kick drum - that drummer is nuts! If I heard this track when I was in my late teens my head would have exploded.

With today's ears, I like this more than 99% of modern metal. Frosty, the other 1% is Virgin Black's And I am Suffering, which was another link you recommended.

The growling is weird ... kind of like a shouted whisper, if that makes any sense. Sometimes he sounds like a jaguar.
Glad you liked it at least Poly :P

The drummer holds a WFD title in Australia, he's pretty quick. The growls are certainly louder than a whisper but I get where you are coming from, they are highly distorted (natural).

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It was good right up until the growling, and then it looses me. I just don't understand it. I can take the odd sentence of growls and screams, but not a whole song. It has nothing to do with my age. I like the heavy stuff, but I like when the guy can sing. :)
There are clean vocals and I'd guess the growls are for less than 30% of the song but they are certainly not everyone's cup of tea. Growls get mocked by a lot of people but there are many famous and respected musicians who appreciate them, I've wrote threads with sources on this before, that doesn't mean everyone has to enjoy them however :)

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I agree with the OP. I'm sorry you had to share it also.
:(

Numberless 10-25-2011 08:04 AM

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Originally Posted by sticks4drums (Post 905070)
I had to smile when I read this. :) Sounds like what your mechanic might say about your old car you brought in for him to access. :)

Jaja yes, but still, there is a significant difference in the harsh vocals, I enjoyed the old one more and I hope the album has them.

Arky 10-25-2011 08:54 AM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 905325)
It means Forget Not I believe.

Right.
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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 905325)
I may have misinterpreted this comment but I'm fairly certain it's a regular fretted Steinberger electric bass guitar, listening to it the tone is much closer to a fretless to my ears.

I meant the bass drums/double pedal/16th stuff at... I guess in the 225 bpm range. Ever heard of doublebass/double pedals/drums...??? :-) I was mocking what the drummer played on the double bass, using heel up. Mostly either firing away or those bursts (harder for me). - Hey, I do have a fretless bass BTW.
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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 905325)
(GRUNTERSDAD said:) I agree with the OP. I'm sorry you had to share it also.

I still haven't grasped the context of this post...

Frost 10-25-2011 07:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Arky (Post 905399)
Right.

I meant the bass drums/double pedal/16th stuff at... I guess in the 225 bpm range. Ever heard of doublebass/double pedals/drums...??? :-) I was mocking what the drummer played on the double bass, using heel up. Mostly either firing away or those bursts (harder for me). - Hey, I do have a fretless bass BTW.

I still haven't grasped the context of this post...


No. I haven't heard of double bass/double pedals on drums.....

Of course I have, what was the point of that statement lol, I thought you were referring to the bass guitar though which sounds a lot like a jazz double bass as you mentioned you played guitar. I was mistaken.

Nice to know you have a Fretless, they sound lovely if you're good at playing them, Ne Obliviscaris don't really use one on the album, but I know the bassist owns one and plays it in other projects.

With what Grunters said I knew someone would get annoyed at an entire thread dedicated to a single song, it's no biggie.

Arky 10-25-2011 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 905521)
With what Grunters said I knew someone would get annoyed at an entire thread dedicated to a single song, it's no biggie.

Now I see... Thanks for clearing this up.

Well I think this particular song has so many ideas going on, one could write a whole book about it, giving an in-depth analysis. It's packed with wicked stuff and I totally appreciate that from a compositional perspective, it just doesn't floor me. Which is not that easy, I'm picky with music. This doesn't mean music has to be complicated, just 'special' (to me). Whatever that means. But I think you gave a very good song example in your thread, there IS a lot to this song.

Frost 10-26-2011 03:28 PM

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Originally Posted by Arky (Post 905524)
Now I see... Thanks for clearing this up.

Well I think this particular song has so many ideas going on, one could write a whole book about it, giving an in-depth analysis. It's packed with wicked stuff and I totally appreciate that from a compositional perspective, it just doesn't floor me. Which is not that easy, I'm picky with music. This doesn't mean music has to be complicated, just 'special' (to me). Whatever that means. But I think you gave a very good song example in your thread, there IS a lot to this song.

The album should be something special, especially the track "Of Petrichor Weaves Black Noise."

sticks4drums 10-26-2011 03:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 905853)
The album should be something special, especially the track "Of Petrichor Weaves Black Noise."

I can hardly wait! :)

Fuo 10-26-2011 04:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 905853)
The album should be something special, especially the track "Of Petrichor Weaves Black Noise."

where are you finding new songs? I've listened to the song in the OP at least once/day since you posted it... I'm really digging it.

N.I.B. 10-27-2011 03:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 903202)
Sorry but I just had to share this!

Apology accepted. I LOVE this!

Frost 10-28-2011 10:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Fuo (Post 905876)
where are you finding new songs? I've listened to the song in the OP at least once/day since you posted it... I'm really digging it.

I live in the same city as them, they had a listening party and I've met them on numerous occasions, I'm casual friends with a couple of the band members

Arky 10-28-2011 12:12 PM

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Frost, you must be fortunate then!
I'm gradually digging this song more and more... Especially when the double bass stuff starts it's really kicking (at 5.33 min into the song). Still a bit long overall, but not boring. I think I'll buy that album, I'm still an extreme music newbie.


Back on topic - I have another piece to share - it's touching me when I'm listening to it. Simply phenomenal guitarists (Marty Friedman, Jason Becker), great (in lack of a better word) melodies, and coherent song structures. Deen Castronovo on drums.

Cacophony - "Images" (instrumental)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpNIkRHbDZM
(Unfortunately the audio quality of the link is so-so.)

Frost 10-28-2011 02:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Arky (Post 906501)
Frost, you must be fortunate then!

They are really great people, I enjoy running into them at gigs where I mostly see them.

Fuo 10-28-2011 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 906494)
I live in the same city as them, they had a listening party and I've met them on numerous occasions, I'm casual friends with a couple of the band members

Ohh... I see. Cheater :)

Frost 10-28-2011 09:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Fuo (Post 906556)
Ohh... I see. Cheater :)

Shhh!

Seriously, I would have made this thread even if I'd never met them :P

This isn't some shameless plug for some guys I know, it's seriously an absolutely extraordinary track with a unique sound that deserves to be shared about.

Fuo 10-28-2011 09:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Frost (Post 906646)
Shhh!

Seriously, I would have made this thread even if I'd never met them :P

This isn't some shameless plug for some guys I know, it's seriously an absolutely extraordinary track with a unique sound that deserves to be shared about.

Yea. No argument here. I don't know them at all and I've already told 2 people about them (which is a lot for me).

Arky 10-28-2011 10:03 PM

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I "liked" and shared them on facebook today - they totally deserve it. They've been our MySpace friends for some time now, but it was my musical partner who added them and I didn't take a closer look except listening into one track.

Dan Presland (their ex and studio drummer) created a thread on Derek Roddy's forum on this song:
New Ne Obliviscaris song
http://www.derekroddy.com/forum/view...p?f=23&t=20403

Arky 11-16-2011 07:59 PM

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Sorry for posting again, but yesterday I discovered a song which really floored me. I admit I was touched to tears (almost every time I was listening to it again). This happens very seldom with music (and sometimes with my orig. stuff!). This song is almost too good to be true. It can't get any better in this field.

Loreena McKennitt - Caravanserai (HQ)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QpRCK1IbiE
(EDIT: Bought the album yesterday.)

I know some of Loreena's music/albums, but not all. She surprised me once more. IMO this song has an incredible build-up and dynamics, each instrument part is a piece of art in itself, but the combination is phenomenal.

CreeplyTuna 11-17-2011 02:03 AM

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Song was a pleasant surprise. It reminded me of these Indian kids. Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HK5ygt12UWA

Toolate 11-26-2011 03:39 AM

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I enjoy and appreciate new misuc but the growl is lost on me. To me, this music, when viewed in light (or in the shadow) of the link below, is lacking in terms of the big picture.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbJQT...e_gdata_player
So f-n heavy. Haunting.

That said, I am maybe 5percent the musician that any of that bands member are so maybe I am not the best judge (Internet still lets me weigh in though).

Fuo 05-03-2012 08:37 PM

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New song is out, and the album finally comes out next week!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wa4zqBwPVE

Otto 05-18-2012 03:39 AM

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Overall, I really like the song structure. Certainly on the progressive side of things.

I love odd mixes of style....but I dont really care for growling.

...unless its Masha Scream from ARKONA. ; ) she dosent just growl...she uses it more like a spice than a staple...and any woman who has the presence and confidence to sucessfully develop growling is wonderful...especially in a cyrilic language.


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