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    Posted: 09 Nov 2010 at 1:13am
Did someone ask for Death Metal Horns!? (Sax?) . . .


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If youŽre looking for amplified horns, take a listen to the King Kong track on Uncle Meat (1969) by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention.
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That is some pretty good sax, which for me makes a pretty good song Big smile


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MAVIIIVAM Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 Nov 2010 at 7:18pm
I'm sure there is something a bit more like the 3 above but, heres my take . . .

Just bring in Coletrane instead of Miles and remove Singer (though they also have
a Female Vocalist at times):


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Originally posted by The Block The Block wrote:

It would be pretty awesome exept for the fact that Chuck is dead, and i don't know about Miles Davis.


He's dead too. R.I.P... those are two awesome musicians that I'll never get to see live...
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It would be pretty awesome exept for the fact that Chuck is dead, and i don't know about Miles Davis.


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^ That just gave me an interesting thought, Brian.

What the hell would a band with Chuck Schuldiner, Roine Stolt, and Miles Davis sound like? LOL
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Prog Death Fusion would be the best thing since...well...prog?

It would be so cool ecspecially if the band could get their hand on some electronic saxes'. That would be cool.
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Carcass' "Necroticism" - a masterpiece and certainly qualifies as prog death metal :-)

Also, check out the Danish 90 underground death metal act Cyanotic. They were more of a melodic death metal act, but their early stuff was also kind of prog - especially a track called "Eclipsed Existence". Check out their Myspace page and scroll down towards the last tracks in the player.

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Holy Crap!

I stumped UMUR!!!??? Wow! . . . thats kind of an honour Wink.
. . . By the way, Martyr and Theory in Practice are awesome!


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Never listened to Oppressor. I guess IŽll give them a try. Thanks for the recommendations.
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I say YES to Prog Death Fusion!

Okay Math Lab Students! Are you readddy teww rrrRRRochh!

. . . yeah me too.

So yeah, again, I'm gonna' put these up with a List of other Tech-Thrash/Death/Math Metal
mad scientists when I have less projects to work on, so bare with me as the goal will be
before 2113 (Thats when the Solar Federation has been destroyed).

This will be Part 1 because I have a HUGE list Tongue (I'm sticking with the Death Metal theme
here, or what was considered Death Metal the time it was released).
Note: These are in various degrees and styles of "Technicality", listeners aggression is
advised.
  Also, some these have multiple styles of vocals.
Give yourselves some time to listen throughout a song, because moods change
throughout any given track, especially for bands you may have heard of or checked out
before but never got the "whole picture", sit back and enjoy the technical carnage
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PART I  (In no order):

1. Necrophagist (2004):


2. Meshuggah (1995):


3. Rosicrusian (1994):


4. Extol (2000):

(these guys were very much ahead of their time, 4 to 5 different
vocal styles from "1" singer and . . . Christians from Norway!)

5. Mourning Sign (1996):


6. Loudblast (1993):


7. Special Defects (1997):


8. Carcass ("Necroticism" to "Heartwork" era) (1993):


9. Sabbat (u.k.) (More-so "Dreamweaver") (1989):

(Probably  one of the 1st Thrash/Death Metal bands to add Pagan/Folk
with technicality.  Also the "Shakespearian/Dickens" Old English lyrics
are unmatched since John Arch's unique lyrics w/Fates Warning!)

10. Oppressor (1996):

(One of the MOST overlooked great Tech-Math/Death Metal bands!
Now we have some great bands from the past few years doing what
Oppressor did more than a decade('s) ago).

11. Darkane (2001):


Okay thats Part 1, I'll work on Part 2 when more folks put up more or if I killed the Thread Wink.



. . . till next time :headbang2::guitarbang2::bass::drums::headbang: 



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I also have to mention the latest album by Ihsahn, After.  It's one of the best albums I've heard this year.  Definitely very proggy, and some jazz I suppose (some tracks feature sax).


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Lots of very good suggestions! Thanks, everyone. 


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I'll be curious to see some suggestions.  Often when I hear a band that mixes jazz fusion with death metal, the result sounds too forced. 

That being said, I'm a big fan of Death and Cynic, but the only Death album with an obvious jazz influence is Human.  Atheist is cool too, especially Unquestionable Presence.  I like some of what I've heard from Pestilence, but not as much as the others I've mentioned.

One band/album that somewhat qualifies would be Quo Vadis and their Defiant Imagination album.  Not overly jazzy, but they are highly influenced by Death (who were mentioned earlier).  Steve Digiorgio even plays on the album.


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Obscura: "Cosmogenesis"

It's tech and kind of progressive - there are some baroque tendencies and their bass player is a flamengo jazz bassist who also performed in Pestilence's "Spheres". There's not a lot of jazz influence, but it surely qualifies as progressive death metal.
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