Track Of The Day - The Horde Edition

April 15, 2024 12:34 PM

Progressive death metal with lyrics following the simple yet intriguing Christian theme of faith vs. fire:


April 16, 2024 01:25 AM

A short yet heavily diverse power metal/melodeath track with so much going on in just two and a half minutes:


April 16, 2024 09:39 AM

The concluding epic for Time I has more stable structure complete with soloing and epic melodies more tolerable for the present-day me:


April 17, 2024 03:44 AM

Whether original or re-recorded, this still remains my favorite song of Amorphis' debut album:


April 17, 2024 09:11 AM

The usual sound of Edge of Sanity has taken on a more melodic route in this highlight while staying destructive:


April 18, 2024 12:30 AM

This wicked heavy highlight brings melody and speed up front, almost like Sonic Syndicate on steroids:


April 18, 2024 01:23 PM

My favorite track of this Before the Dawn album with the right sense of closure and none of Lars Eikind's poor vocals:


April 19, 2024 01:29 AM

Soaring blast-beats and riff-wrath are in perfect balance with Marcela Bovio's serene vocal glory in one of the best and heaviest tracks of this Mayan album:


April 19, 2024 07:10 AM

An enjoyable piece of symphonic death metal:


April 29, 2024 12:25 AM

A couple awesome melodic death metal bands whose music I've encountered in the past, but was never fully interested in them until recently:


May 06, 2024 01:05 AM

Self-proclaimed "old school death metal pop" band. Is it good? you decide!

https://youtu.be/LhaDlpHyvsk?si=_7vKYeBOrO7cO2GI

May 06, 2024 01:06 AM

awesome and classic band, I only really love mystic places of dawn, though. Hey, you're pretty active in this thread, that's pretty cool!

An enjoyable piece of symphonic death metal:


Quoted Shadowdoom9 (Andi)


May 06, 2024 01:55 AM

Self-proclaimed "old school death metal pop" band. Is it good? you decide!

https://youtu.be/LhaDlpHyvsk?si=_7vKYeBOrO7cO2GI

Quoted Pelle Johnson

I always thought Dir En Grey was the only band that can blend together Japanese pop rock with extreme metal so easily, but this band can do it quite well too. Nice one, Pelle!

awesome and classic band, I only really love mystic places of dawn, though. Hey, you're pretty active in this thread, that's pretty cool!

An enjoyable piece of symphonic death metal:


Quoted Shadowdoom9 (Andi)
Quoted Pelle Johnson

Oh yeah, I've been trying to get back in touch with melodic/progressive/symphonic death metal lately.

May 06, 2024 02:20 AM


I always thought Dir En Grey was the only band that can blend together Japanese pop rock with extreme metal so easily, but this band can do it quite well too. Nice one, Pelle!


speaking of, I've never listened to anything by that band before. Looks like they've had a lot of style changes, generally a weird band. What do you think is their best record?

May 06, 2024 02:59 AM

My 3 favorite Dir En Grey albums are Uroboros, Arche, and Phalaris. Out of those 3 albums though, Uroboros is what I would recommend the most for the ultimate best of their stylistic experimentation.

May 06, 2024 03:14 AM

thanks!

May 06, 2024 04:40 AM

No problem.

May 13, 2024 11:05 AM

A cacophonic highlight of 70s space rock twisted into intricate thrashy death metal rhythms:


May 14, 2024 01:58 AM

A variant piece of death metal with some doom and synthesized orchestration:


May 15, 2024 07:50 AM

Who knew synthwave and melodeath can go well together in a catchy blend? I certainly didn't before encountering this album and highlights like this song:


May 30, 2024 01:12 PM

Danish melodeath 'n' roll at its absolute finest: