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Even if your lead singer can make his voice sound like the most bowel-blasting bloody diarrhea ever, at the end of the day, the ability to play really complicated shit on your instrument really, really fast isn’t that impressive if what you just played made no impression on the listener.In other words: just because you seem “tough” doesn’t necessarily make you any less ridiculous than Yngwie of De Ville or whatever other EVH wanna-be you’re so ready to ridicule.Practice so you can endure 12 hrs of playing, so an 8 hr shift won’t kill you.

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I find it easier to spend more time on things like blast beats and double bass.

Also, in working on groove playing, I’m using muscles that I wasn’t aware I had.

They flow better, and everything makes much more sense.

Diversity is the key to being a world class drummer.

One of the big appeals of tech death is complex song structures, so bands usually strive for that.

Sometimes they can go overboard and it will just sound like a bunch of unrelated riffs thrown together, but some do it extremely well. You were expecting Brutal Death, it's very fast Death metal, but that it's not something you can denote as bad. (Impressive live too) So because people say this album is amazing and you don't like it as much you set it to a lower rating?They don't really sound like Origin, but Vale of Pnath's newest album follows a normal song structure for the most part.Archspire to a lesser degree (Remote Tumour Seeker, Calamus will Animate, Lucid Collective Somnambulation are songs like that), a few Job for a Cowboy songs (Misery Reformatory, maybe some stuff off Ruination)Overall there are going to be songs like that from most bands, just not all of them.Band Name: Origin / Dim Mak Drummer Name: John Longstreth Album Name: Antithesis / Knives of Ice Release Date: out now Studio Name: Chapman Recording Studios (antithesis)Engineer Name: Robert Rebeck (antithesis) Cymbals: Paiste 18″ Vision thin crash 16″ RUDE crash 14″ Signature Dark Crisp hi hat 20″ Dimensions Power China 18″ 2002 Novo China 22″ Dimensions Power Bell Ride 22″ Sound Creation new dimension Bell Ride (new paiste set up coming soon) Drums: Pearl Reference (piano black finish) Heads: toms-clear ambassador/kick-clear power stroke 2 8″x7″ Tom10″x8″ Tom12″x8″ Floor Tom(left)14″x14″ Floor Tom(right) 20″x18″ Bass Drum Snare Drums: 14″x5″ Reference (coated cs) 10″x6″ Mike Mangini (coated ambassador) Pedals: Axis A Long Board with Marksman beaters and custom heel block by Guy(Infectus) Triggers / Microphones: Ddrum 4 w/Ddrum trigger for the kick drum.Studio Tips: Make sure you have everything well practiced to a click before entering.Spending two hours on a simple groove, focusing on feel, tempo, NOT hitting too hard………in doing this, I find my practice mentality is strengthened.That’s fucking brutal And then there’s the nine minute-plus title track that closes out the album. It’s just relentless, a rabid dog that wants to tear your fucking jugular out.As you would expect from a epic of such size, the song is constantly shifting, evolving, and introducing new riffs – but each riff is somehow more memorable (and more pummeling) than the one that came just before it.


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