This is my first avant-garde metal album and I was wondering where should I go...

Aaron Wilson
Aaron Wilson

This is my first avant-garde metal album and I was wondering where should I go from here? I couldn't find any charts, so I tried Deathspell's other stuff, but imo it doesn't strike that middle ground of being progressively odd whilst being coherently grounded.

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Ryan Barnes
Ryan Barnes

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Dominic Collins
Dominic Collins

Maudlin Of The Well
Peste Noire
Kayo Dot
Blut Aus Nord
Ved Buens Ende

Jace Baker
Jace Baker

thanks guys, I appreciate it

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Robert Gonzalez
Robert Gonzalez

youtube.com/watch?v=hsFaZFp9nAY

try this right now

Kayden Sullivan
Kayden Sullivan

Such good cover art

Michael Cruz
Michael Cruz

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Jose Bell
Jose Bell

good rec for this pleb

furreal tho
2018
like metal
listening to DSO for the first time
need charts and recs to safely seek metal that isn't too "avante-garde"

wtf have you been listening to up til now? in all seriousness try Krallice's Years Past Matter, might be what you're looking for.

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Henry Cook
Henry Cook

DSO's Drought EP is very similar to that album.

Aaron Butler
Aaron Butler

like what I've heard of this a lot

this is p nice too

like metal
I usually don't that's the thing
need charts and recs to safely seek metal that isn't too "avante-garde"
time is a valuable thing to waste
wtf have you been listening to up til now?
I've been on a neoclassical darkwave / dark ambient kick lately
in all seriousness try Krallice's Years Past Matter
cool will do, thanks for the rec

lol I must have listened to all there EPs EXCEPT this one I'll give it a go

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Sebastian Robinson
Sebastian Robinson

their***

Landon Wood
Landon Wood

Kayo Dot only has like 2-3 metal albums, depending on how you slice it. Keep that in mind.

Ian Walker
Ian Walker

It depends of direction you wanna push into, but you might want to listen to Amenra, Cult of Luna, Neurosis, Years of No Light, Ufomammut, Ruins of Beverast, Blut Aus Nord, Leviathan, Sargeist...

But be sure to have a look at the whole discography of each artist, albums are often different from each other and inequally good, especially in Avant-garde and Experimental genres.

Pic related, not same genre but great stuff.

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Isaac Harris
Isaac Harris

Oh and I forgot, you might also want to dabble in A Forest of Stars' and Ashenspire's discographies, especially if you come from Dark Ambiant, Dark Synth etc. And stuff like Dark Buddha Rising or Monarch! might fit you aswell but it all depends. If you want experimental stuff you've got a nice base with all those.

Robert Torres
Robert Torres

Yeah I've been going through the Kayo Dot RYM page, and it all looks really interesting, so I'll keep an open mind.

I think I might have just fucked up when I tried to get into metal when I was younger, when only finding getting NWOBHM and 80s power / speed /thrash stuff. A lot of it just sounded gaudy or tacky at the time idk how to describe it.

Awesome thanks a lot for the reply, user. I'll give everything at least one run through sometime this upcoming month, If any of it sounds like this I'll probably really dig it:

youtube.com/watch?v=Mp2R3TWZ9u0

Sounds good, I'm always looking for more dark ambient / synth.

Zachary Brown
Zachary Brown

Well I can't really guarantee you'll find the same thing, or even what you're looking for in general, but you might still like those if you want to get through experimental stuff that is a bit similar.

As for my second reply, those aren't Dark Ambiant/Synth they just might fit you if you like the genre, especially Dark Buddha Rising and Sludgy/Drone-y stuff like that. But it's a bit particular desu.

And Elend is a great choice btw.

Oliver Thomas
Oliver Thomas

Ah gotcha on those, either way all of those recs are greatly appreciated, I'm sure I'll find something out of all of those.

And Elend is a great choice btw.

Yeah they are amazing desu,I love how sinister and grandiose The Umbersun sounds at times

Dominic Clark
Dominic Clark

If you like Deathspell Omega you should check out Blut aus Nord, Aosoth, Vi, Antaeus, Clandestine Blaze, Ascension, Funeral Mist, and Svartidauði.

Carson Wright
Carson Wright

Try the Angelic Process.

Anthony Price
Anthony Price

seconding Aosoth.

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do you like dungeon synth?

David Cox
David Cox

Yup, yup I just need to dig deeper past the essentials like Mortiis, but these links look good

Daniel Anderson
Daniel Anderson

Good recs my man

Oliver Foster
Oliver Foster

Here OP, this is relevant.

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Hudson Edwards
Hudson Edwards

pyrrhon fucking sucks

Henry Brown
Henry Brown

heres some more obscure stuff
youtube.com/watch?v=rCzn9MmyTco
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youtube.com/watch?v=p4pc9XBfLt8
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Matthew Flores
Matthew Flores

depending on what you're into, there's some very interesting stuff happening in the weirder end of the drone/doom/ambient spectrum. Look at bands like Sun 0))), Nadja, Om etc etc.
Less technical stuff and more pushing how far slow heavy sound can be taken.
Right now, I literally can't stop listening to this track, it's just floored me how good it is youtube.com/watch?v=9tsI-CfmECw

Connor White
Connor White

im glad im not the only one not into them i was confused when i listened because of all the hype

Brandon Walker
Brandon Walker

everything's just too muddled and the drummer's a fucking retard because he's just sitting there smashing the cymbals when he should be hitting the snare to emphasize the guitar rhythms

Gabriel Smith
Gabriel Smith

I didn't mind the cymbals. Call me a retard, but I thought it was interesting enough and didn't hinder from any part of any song. The album was enjoyable to me.

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