viathyn wrote:Stained Class wrote:jodionline wrote:Don't forget Be'lakor. They are really great. Fantastic melodic death metal.
Be'lakor, Ne Oblviscaris and Voyager!
Awwwww yisss. No seriously, these ones.
Plus Chaos Divine.
viathyn wrote:..., my advise would be... stop listening to sportsball radio!
viathyn wrote:I love Rafael. Kiko may be one of my hugest guitar influences ever, but Rafael is an awesome guy. He actually sat down with me and gave me a private 'lesson' of shorts, by playing a handful of songs just to me. I gave him my debut album and we discussed it a bit, seeing as how they influenced us a bunch.
This was a couple years back at NAMM.
DrinkMoxie wrote:Jake... the terrible Aussie accents in that sketch were awesome haha
VorpalBunny wrote:Yes! Sick as a dog but still dragging myself out to see Voyager tonight in Melbourne. Have also seen Be'lakor and Ne Obliviscaris a few times already this year... Please don't kill me.
Would love them to get the exposure that 70k offers! Aussie metal is often forgotten on the International scene, and some of our bands like Destroyer 666 have found more success by being overseas than being home.
ShoreSlayer wrote:But, but, but....
Such a cute picture. You guys seem to be having a great time.
I have a picture with Kiko and LOTS of pictures with Andre. But none with Rafa. :( I hope to fix that on the boat. :)
Ecliptica wrote:And Rafael can SING! Who knew?!
last_candle wrote:listening to some Unexpect for the first time - quite a weird style they play...
mooyagi wrote:last_candle wrote:listening to some Unexpect for the first time - quite a weird style they play...
Yup. I love it. Their latest album was among my albums of the year last year.
Ecliptica wrote:I know a lot of you guys like them and I know OF them, but never listened.
Feniel wrote:Holy crap did not expect this super super super stoked will catch both sets forsure also for those who dont know them one of my personal favs of theres is chromatic chimera brilliant song. Also another personal fav would be desert urbania.
viathyn wrote:This is great. This is the best line-up of all the cruises for me. I'm extra fucking stoked and can't wait to see what's next!
We're getting prog this time! We're getting avante-garde! Finally, some full-spectrum variety! Now even though they're not my thing, some Black and Grind would really round up the lineup style-wise.
Bring on the cruise. 7 wishlist bands so far, and several others I'm very excited to see. I'm gonna have no time for you lovely people on the cruise...
viathyn wrote: You gonna be in town the week before Christmas? It's a possibility that Elly and I may come out there for four or five days :)
viathyn wrote:hahaha well I'm glad! There have just been so many bands announced that either hold sentimental value for me, or are bands I've never seen and have been a long-time fan. I understand that this may not be the lineup for everyone, but it's really tickling my nether-regions. I'm gonna miss you on the cruise man. You gonna be in town the week before Christmas? It's a possibility that Elly and I may come out there for four or five days :)
On a non-related note, for those unsure about the technical abilities of Unexpect, please direct yourself to this mind-blowing bass video!
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