Music Thread


#736

Watching this way out of context, where exactly did Incubus feature in this timeline?

I think they wound very alike…


#737

Almost exactly the same time. Incubus released Make Yourself in 1999, and A Perfect Circle released Mer De Noms in 2000.

That said, the singer for APC is Maynard James Keenan who is best known for being in Tool - So the vocal similarity is possibly down to Incubus being inspired by that falsetto free crooning. Both are great singers and neither use falsetto very often, if at all. Belters.


#738

Ahhhh, right. Well there you go, I’m not totally out of touch for thinking he sounded like ‘Circles’ well without the massive kick-in :slight_smile:

There’s just that familiarity where I didn’t recognise the clothes but it was just something similar…


#739

Isn’t that groove metal? That isn’t thrash in my head.


#740

Sepultura definitely have thrash chops but I did use one of their least thrashy songs as an example there to be fair.

Anyway, today the weather is nice - Which always makes me feel like listening to colossal instrumental metal.


#741

this goes out to you quinn


#742

One of my favourite musicians is Tom Waits. I feel that his songs have a great element of story telling to them and that he is able to bring characters alive through his music. A few of his songs below.

EDIT: For some reason youtube results on mobile are different than on desktop. Getting a lot of covers. Anyway another two to check out would be ‘What’s he building in there?’ and ‘Singapore’ although really most of his stuff is top notch.


#743

One of the all time greats


#744

Definitely. Another group I would put up there with him is Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. I haven’t heard their latest album but I enjoy Murder Ballads, among others.

I know more recently Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have collaborated on soundtracks and music production for films (‘The Proposition’ - which Nick wrote and more recently ‘Hell and High Water’). Very talented musician, I believe his son died in the last couple of years and also had a band of his own.

Also Grinderman - Nicks other band is good.


#745

Ahahha that riff is so groovy it even sounds badass on a Bongo. Awesome

Also, Made Out Of Babies were a badass band. Shame they split


#746


Gooooooldfinger!


#747


"My father was Antonio Andolini…and this is for you."


#748

#749

What’s this? Sounds good


#750

No idea, it was a background music for some Mass Effect video. Can’t you download it?


#751

Yup it’s downloadable


#752

It is Robot Dreams by Clark Aboud, that’s all I know aboud :wink: it.


#753

You guys should check out Blackfield-Blackfield

One of my favorite tracks:

I like “Pain”, “Cloudy now”, “Lullaby” and “Where is my love” aswell.


#754

Blackfield are cool. They just released a new album not too long ago. You should check out Steven Wilson’s former band Porcupine Tree as well as his solo albums.

Anyway, Dat Voice. Unf. RIP Layne Staley


#755

This song is lovely