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Recommend me melodic death metal with deep vocals

#1 Post by Spectrum » 12 Mar 2009 19:54

Hello.

One of the reason why I dislike many melodic death metal bands (like In Flames, Dark Tranquillity and whatever) is the midrange screechy vocals. I prefer really deep-pitched growling/grunting vocals. So, without further ado, I am looking for some technical death, melodic death, melodeath or Gothemburg death... with deep-pitched vocals.

Deep vocals combined with other types of vocal are acceptable, as long as the deep ones are used a lot of the time, not just occasionally.

Examples of bands that fit what I am looking for include Augury and Scar Symmetry. (These are not necessarily great bands, but at least they have the kind of vocal style I like.)

So, can anyone recommend me some?

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#2 Post by DragonZ » 12 Mar 2009 20:50

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#3 Post by Joost » 12 Mar 2009 21:00

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#4 Post by t.a.j. » 12 Mar 2009 21:03

Joost wrote:Edge of Sanity - Purgatory Afterglow and Crimson
+1

That was my first thought too. Add in The Spectral Sorrows.
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#5 Post by Envinyatar » 12 Mar 2009 21:04

Let me see... that would include a lot of stuff I like actually and some of those might be quite known :) And some of those also include other vocal styles, but just check it out and see if you like it.

Insomnium (or Watch Me Fall)
In Mourning
Omnium Gatherum (last album especially) or Elenium -> same vocalist
Soulfallen
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#7 Post by Spectrum » 15 Mar 2009 17:28

Thanks for the suggestions. I will give them a listen.

Alas, I have tried to get into Edge of Sanity several times, but I keep hating them. :(
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#8 Post by Slaya » 17 Mar 2009 00:13

Try these guys :

Thunderkraft from Ukraine.
They are great if you don´t mind that the structures are quite old-school.
Some songs have very slight folk influences, mostly intros.

They give their whole album to download for free on their website, in watered-down sound quality :

http://www.thunderkraft.narod.ru/english/down.html

Please remember to buy if you like it... :wink:
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#9 Post by mmxz » 17 Mar 2009 11:17

I think Opeth might be of some interest to you.. IMO Mikael Åkerfeldt is THE best grunter out there and his clean vocals are just as good. Try out the Blackwater Park album which I consider to be their best, especially check out the song "the drapery falls", One of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_8BDdVzbug

An awesome live version of the drapery falls!

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#10 Post by Dentarthurdent » 17 Mar 2009 22:24

Maybe Die Apokalyptischen Reiter. I wouldn't call them Melodic Death Metal, cause they really do their own thing, but at least up to All You Need is Love or even Have A Nice Trip, they do something melodic death/Black metal-like, with rough deep vocals, deep growls and some higher, black metal-like screams.

The lyrics are partly in English and partly in German btw, even though the name's german.
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#11 Post by Stormrider. » 18 Mar 2009 03:09

mmxz wrote:I think Opeth might be of some interest to you.. IMO Mikael Åkerfeldt is THE best grunter out there and his clean vocals are just as good. Try out the Blackwater Park album which I consider to be their best, especially check out the song "the drapery falls", One of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_8BDdVzbug

An awesome live version of the drapery falls!
I highly doubt he hasn't heard Opeth.

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#12 Post by mmxz » 18 Mar 2009 12:29

Stormrider. wrote:
mmxz wrote:I think Opeth might be of some interest to you.. IMO Mikael Åkerfeldt is THE best grunter out there and his clean vocals are just as good. Try out the Blackwater Park album which I consider to be their best, especially check out the song "the drapery falls", One of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_8BDdVzbug

An awesome live version of the drapery falls!
I highly doubt he hasn't heard Opeth.
Well, maybe so, but maybe he haven´t given them a real good listen yet. Their music can be quite hard to get into since the songs are so long and contain so many different passages and vocals which may turn some people off. Therefore I gave him, what I consider to be, a good record to start with and a song which IMO opinion shows what Opeth is all about. He wanted melodic music with a good grunter mixed with other vocals, and if he for some reason haven´t heard Opeth, he definitely should!

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#13 Post by End Of An Era » 18 Mar 2009 13:15

Stormrider. wrote:
mmxz wrote:I think Opeth might be of some interest to you.. IMO Mikael Åkerfeldt is THE best grunter out there and his clean vocals are just as good. Try out the Blackwater Park album which I consider to be their best, especially check out the song "the drapery falls", One of the most beautiful pieces of music ever written!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_8BDdVzbug

An awesome live version of the drapery falls!
I highly doubt he hasn't heard Opeth.
Since you are doubting that scenario mmxz posted this to make sure once and for all he did hear from Opeth. You can sleep tight now :)

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#14 Post by kraemerdrummer » 19 Mar 2009 23:42

Eluveitie- They go from low to high, but I love the vocals. And it's folk metal so it's awesome
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#15 Post by Spectrum » 20 Mar 2009 02:15

kraemerdrummer wrote:Eluveitie- They go from low to high, but I love the vocals. And it's folk metal so it's awesome
Thanks, but no folk, please. I generally don't go for that.

@ the above conversation: I have heard Opeth, but not so much. I will look into them some more.
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#16 Post by End Of An Era » 20 Mar 2009 09:37

please do so. Opeth is amazing!

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#17 Post by Catanduva » 22 Mar 2009 22:00

If you want melodic death metal, and has accepted the Opeth suggestion, start with Mourningrise album.
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#18 Post by Slaya » 22 Mar 2009 23:50

Spectrum wrote:
kraemerdrummer wrote:Eluveitie- They go from low to high, but I love the vocals. And it's folk metal so it's awesome
Thanks, but no folk, please. I generally don't go for that.

@ the above conversation: I have heard Opeth, but not so much. I will look into them some more.
Did you check out the band I recommended ? :wink:
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#19 Post by Spectrum » 23 Mar 2009 01:25

Slaya wrote:Did you check out the band I recommended ? :wink:
I tried, but the downloading service they use seems to kind of suck.
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#20 Post by End Of An Era » 23 Mar 2009 09:25

as downloading is illegal: bad boy! ;)

Try Youtube, they're bound to have something useful to get an insight wheter or not you like the band :)

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#21 Post by Spectrum » 23 Mar 2009 13:37

End Of An Era wrote:as downloading is illegal: bad boy! ;)
Nope.
End Of An Era wrote:Try Youtube, they're bound to have something useful to get an insight wheter or not you like the band :)
YouTube wrote:No videos found for “Thunderkraft”.
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#22 Post by End Of An Era » 23 Mar 2009 13:57

D'oh! :P me and my big mouth...
MySpace account, official website maybe?

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#23 Post by Dentarthurdent » 23 Mar 2009 15:57

just besides: if there's nothing official on youtube, it's also illegal :P
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#24 Post by t.a.j. » 23 Mar 2009 16:59

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#25 Post by Slaya » 23 Mar 2009 17:10

Spectrum wrote:
Slaya wrote:Did you check out the band I recommended ? :wink:
I tried, but the downloading service they use seems to kind of suck.
Sorry, I didn´t notice that it seems not to work.
I have put up one of the songs on rapidshare, I do not think I am violating their rights, as the version I uploaded is the low-fi one they have on their website for free download.

http://rapidshare.com/files/212584057/T ... t.mp3.html

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#26 Post by t.a.j. » 23 Mar 2009 18:02

Slaya wrote:
Spectrum wrote:
Slaya wrote:Did you check out the band I recommended ? :wink:
I tried, but the downloading service they use seems to kind of suck.
Sorry, I didn´t notice that it seems not to work.
I have put up one of the songs on rapidshare, I do not think I am violating their rights, as the version I uploaded is the low-fi one they have on their website for free download.
From a legal perspective you are just as liable as if you had uploaded a blockbuster movie 3 days before the theatrical release.
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#27 Post by Slaya » 23 Mar 2009 18:04

t.a.j. wrote:
Slaya wrote:
Spectrum wrote: I tried, but the downloading service they use seems to kind of suck.
Sorry, I didn´t notice that it seems not to work.
I have put up one of the songs on rapidshare, I do not think I am violating their rights, as the version I uploaded is the low-fi one they have on their website for free download.
From a legal perspective you are just as liable as if you had uploaded a blockbuster movie 3 days before the theatrical release.
Well, as Thunderkraft are not signed to a major label, I am quite sure they will not care about legal crap like this. Noone is doing them or their label financial harm here.
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#28 Post by Spectrum » 24 Mar 2009 00:37

End Of An Era wrote:MySpace account, official website maybe?
Official website was the first thing I tried. That was where I found the "download service" that "sucked". :P
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Spectrum wrote:
Slaya wrote:Did you check out the band I recommended ? :wink:
I tried, but the downloading service they use seems to kind of suck.
Sorry, I didn´t notice that it seems not to work.
I have put up one of the songs on rapidshare, I do not think I am violating their rights, as the version I uploaded is the low-fi one they have on their website for free download.
Thanks. I will give it a listen. :)
t.a.j. wrote:From a legal perspective you are just as liable as if you had uploaded a blockbuster movie 3 days before the theatrical release.
If the band themselves have made the file available for public download, one would think redistributing said file would be legal. But I could be wrong, of course.
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Spectrum wrote:
Slaya wrote: Sorry, I didn´t notice that it seems not to work.
I have put up one of the songs on rapidshare, I do not think I am violating their rights, as the version I uploaded is the low-fi one they have on their website for free download.
Thanks. I will give it a listen. :)
t.a.j. wrote:From a legal perspective you are just as liable as if you had uploaded a blockbuster movie 3 days before the theatrical release.
If the band themselves have made the file available for public download, one would think redistributing said file would be legal. But I could be wrong, of course.
You´re welcome. :wink:
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#30 Post by Palantyre » 27 Mar 2009 19:05

Scar Symmetry. They're VERY melodic, to the point of occasional poppiness, but as contrast their heavy parts are a lot heavier than the the average Gothenburg band, and while their clean vocals may be a bit cheesy, their growling vocals are the shit.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85h5KYI0bHU
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#31 Post by Spectrum » 29 Mar 2009 13:35

Palantyre wrote:Scar Symmetry. They're VERY melodic, to the point of occasional poppiness, but as contrast their heavy parts are a lot heavier than the the average Gothenburg band, and while their clean vocals may be a bit cheesy, their growling vocals are the shit.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85h5KYI0bHU
I mentioned them in the opening post. :P
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#32 Post by Palantyre » 29 Mar 2009 21:37

Spectrum wrote:
Palantyre wrote:Scar Symmetry. They're VERY melodic, to the point of occasional poppiness, but as contrast their heavy parts are a lot heavier than the the average Gothenburg band, and while their clean vocals may be a bit cheesy, their growling vocals are the shit.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85h5KYI0bHU
I mentioned them in the opening post. :P
Oh, damn. I didn't spot that eventhough I specifically looked for it. Meh. :P
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#33 Post by End Of An Era » 29 Mar 2009 22:06

that's like a beginners flawe right there.. been out of the game so long? :P

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#34 Post by Palantyre » 30 Mar 2009 03:38

Nah, I'm just so old my senses are failing me. :(
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#35 Post by End Of An Era » 30 Mar 2009 12:50

don't be sad, i'm sure you've become very wise now... :)

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#36 Post by Palantyre » 30 Mar 2009 16:58

Oh, but I've always been wise.

Anyways, back to the topic: Not exactly melodic death metal, but Debauchery is really awesome Death'n Roll stuff. Kinda like AC/DC goes death metal. Well okay, they're exactly like AC/DC goes death metal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXN5ojiI8cE (WARNING: Contains boobs.)
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#37 Post by End Of An Era » 30 Mar 2009 17:14

Palantyre wrote:(WARNING: Contains boobs.)
why warn for boobies? :?

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#38 Post by Palantyre » 31 Mar 2009 05:43

Some say that seeing boobs corrupts people somehow. I dunno, never done any harm for me, but I didn't want to take undue risk.
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#39 Post by Spectrum » 31 Mar 2009 13:25

Palantyre wrote:Oh, but I've always been wise.

Anyways, back to the topic: Not exactly melodic death metal, but Debauchery is really awesome Death'n Roll stuff. Kinda like AC/DC goes death metal. Well okay, they're exactly like AC/DC goes death metal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXN5ojiI8cE (WARNING: Contains boobs.)
Now I dare not watch. My priest told me that if I look at boobies, I will become a drug-addicted male prostitute and my soul will burn in Hell. :(

EDIT: I watched the video. I liked the vocals and the boobies, but the guitars and drums turned me off.
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#40 Post by Palantyre » 31 Mar 2009 19:08

Well, it was worth a shot.
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#41 Post by corrupted old gnom » 04 Apr 2009 09:09

i guess, you can't label'em "melodic death" but nonetheless i have to once again mention my admiration for brimstone's "carving a crimson career"
it's more or less traditional heavy metal (mostly slow-paced) with unclean&depp vocals

there's just this debut album...never heard anything of brimstone again afterwards...

check out the track "autumn"
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#42 Post by Joost » 04 Apr 2009 09:32

Spectrum wrote:Now I dare not watch. My priest told me that if I look at boobies, I will become a drug-addicted male prostitute and my soul will burn in Hell. :(
Just what church do you go to? :P The Westboro Baptist Church by any chance?
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#43 Post by Spectrum » 04 Apr 2009 15:54

Joost wrote:
Spectrum wrote:Now I dare not watch. My priest told me that if I look at boobies, I will become a drug-addicted male prostitute and my soul will burn in Hell. :(
Just what church do you go to? :P The Westboro Baptist Church by any chance?
Yeah, that's the one. Our plan is to eradicate gay sex first. Then, when that tast is complete, we will eradicate straight sex as well. The world will be pure and free of that filth. :)
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#44 Post by Cerbere » 04 Apr 2009 17:18

has anyone ever heard of new life church? thats right near me (it was in the news because the priest did naughty things with little boys)

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#45 Post by Balaak » 16 Apr 2009 19:47

Spectrum wrote:
kraemerdrummer wrote:Eluveitie- They go from low to high, but I love the vocals. And it's folk metal so it's awesome
Thanks, but no folk, please. I generally don't go for that.

@ the above conversation: I have heard Opeth, but not so much. I will look into them some more.
NO FOLK???

At least check out Asmegin. They are really heavy death/viking/folk metal. Kinda like Finntroll except WAY more brutal.

I'd also check out Kalmah and Eternal Tears of Sorrow.
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#46 Post by Balaak » 16 Apr 2009 19:50

Spectrum wrote:
Palantyre wrote:Oh, but I've always been wise.

Anyways, back to the topic: Not exactly melodic death metal, but Debauchery is really awesome Death'n Roll stuff. Kinda like AC/DC goes death metal. Well okay, they're exactly like AC/DC goes death metal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXN5ojiI8cE (WARNING: Contains boobs.)
Now I dare not watch. My priest told me that if I look at boobies, I will become a drug-addicted male prostitute and my soul will burn in Hell. :(
That's why us Pagans are just so damn cool. Tits, sex and violence are part of worshipping the gods! :P
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#47 Post by Spectrum » 17 Apr 2009 11:54

Balaak wrote:
Spectrum wrote:
Palantyre wrote:Anyways, back to the topic: Not exactly melodic death metal, but Debauchery is really awesome Death'n Roll stuff. Kinda like AC/DC goes death metal. Well okay, they're exactly like AC/DC goes death metal.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXN5ojiI8cE (WARNING: Contains boobs.)
Now I dare not watch. My priest told me that if I look at boobies, I will become a drug-addicted male prostitute and my soul will burn in Hell. :(
That's why us Pagans are just so damn cool. Tits, sex and violence are part of worshipping the gods! :P
I am curious. Are you an actual pagan?
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#48 Post by Slaya » 05 Jun 2009 22:09

Spectrum wrote:
Balaak wrote:
Spectrum wrote: Now I dare not watch. My priest told me that if I look at boobies, I will become a drug-addicted male prostitute and my soul will burn in Hell. :(
That's why us Pagans are just so damn cool. Tits, sex and violence are part of worshipping the gods! :P
I am curious. Are you an actual pagan?
I am. And will answer all your questions if you have any. :wink:

Well, tell me first, was the band Thunderkraft to you liking ? :D
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And as leaden ice they remain deep inside your eyes
Where the morning burns starlight ashes to dust
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#49 Post by Joost » 05 Jun 2009 22:13

Slaya wrote:
Spectrum wrote:
Balaak wrote: That's why us Pagans are just so damn cool. Tits, sex and violence are part of worshipping the gods! :P
I am curious. Are you an actual pagan?
I am. And will answer all your questions if you have any. :wink:
I am not Spectrum, but his question is probably something along the lines of "Is that Balaak guy for real?" :P
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But the truth is slowly dawning -- things are getting out of hand,
We all pursue our shattered dreams along the roads to our own ruin --
Watch our empires sink and wash away like castles made of sand.
And so cast off the lies that are your lives and find the truth within.
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Also, Balrogs have wings.

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#50 Post by Spectrum » 06 Jun 2009 16:47

Slaya wrote:
Spectrum wrote:I am curious. Are you an actual pagan?
I am. And will answer all your questions if you have any. :wink:
All right. What kind of pagan? What gods or stuff do you believe in?
Slaya wrote:Well, tell me first, was the band Thunderkraft to you liking ? :D
Not really.
Joost wrote:I am not Spectrum, but his question is probably something along the lines of "Is that Balaak guy for real?" :P
That's true. :P
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