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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackcatbone View Post
    Holy shit, someone else who's heard of them.
    Fuck yeah, I was a degenerate Acid Bath fan in the 90s. Then, Agents of Oblivion/Goatwhore, and the first three line-ups of Deadboy and the Elephantmen. I did some tape trading with friends in NOLA at the time (the 90s, I mean, to clarify).
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    Quote Originally Posted by yodiewan View Post
    Totally agreed, haha. Same thing happened with their latest album "Heritage". It's a slightly different sound and some people just hated it. I think it's awesome. Who wants to hear exactly the same music for years on end?
    Meh, I didn't care for Heritage that much but I didn't give it an honest listen either. I'm a big fan of their first 3 albums, so I much prefer their old, more meladic sort of black-metal-ish sound. I wish they'd do some throwback dual-guitar stuff again, but you know, metal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithpowers View Post
    Fuck yeah, I was a degenerate Acid Bath fan in the 90s. Then, Agents of Oblivion/Goatwhore, and the first three line-ups of Deadboy and the Elephantmen. I did some tape trading with friends in NOLA at the time (the 90s, I mean, to clarify).
    The label I used to work for distributed Fat Possum (amongst others) in the Benelux and I found them by going through their catalog. I have a bizarro collection of music and am always amazed when something pops up outside my normal realm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniQuity View Post
    Meh, I didn't care for Heritage that much but I didn't give it an honest listen either. I'm a big fan of their first 3 albums, so I much prefer their old, more meladic sort of black-metal-ish sound. I wish they'd do some throwback dual-guitar stuff again, but you know, metal!
    Several of the tracks on Heritage took a couple listens for me to get where I liked them. But I do love their melodic metal of yore. "Still Life" is a masterpiece. The Moor!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yodiewan View Post
    Several of the tracks on Heritage took a couple listens for me to get where I liked them. But I do love their melodic metal of yore. "Still Life" is a masterpiece. The Moor!!!!!
    Steven Wilson really took their shit to a new level, production and song-writing wise. Agreed.

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    Whatever they play in the gym or on a local "Up" radio. Some 70'ies, and 80'ies dancy music with no loud bangs and no whining. I am starting to like Kathy Perry too or however you spell her name. Nice voice.
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