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Just For Fun
Remember those classic blocky, 8-bit tunes that got stuck in your head while playing Mega Man or Breath of Fire all Saturday afternoon as a kid? Turns out they are also the perfect medium for experiencing the best metal has to offer, and many fans online have converted their favorite tunes into 8-bit format. There are probably hundreds or even thousands of these online, and today we'll share two interesting ones worth hearing.
Fist up is a recreation of Augury's "Brimstone Landscapes" from "Fragmentary Evidence" (reviewed here), a progressive/technical death metal album that is now becoming long, looong overdue for a follow-up release. While for some reason the drums seem to have been dropped from the 8 bit version, this is still a pretty faithful reproduction of the original in old school video game form.
For comparison, here's the original track: More...
Angel Vivaldi has posted a brand new music video online featuring Jay Tarantino from Shadows Of Dawn. Check out the video for "A Martian Winter," taken off the "Universal Language" album, in the player below. You can also watch the previously posted video for "A Mercurian Summer" over at this location.
New Jersey instrumental metal act Angel Vivaldi has posted a new music video online for the song "A Mercurian Summer," which is taken off the "Universal Language" EP. Check out the video clip below, or find more details on Angel Vivaldi via Facebook.
The "Universal Language" track listing is as follows:
1. A Venutian Spring
2. A Mercurian Summer
3. An Erisian Autumn
4. A Martian Winter
Each week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we take a look at three quality underground artists that haven’t gotten the exposure they deserve. This week I am exploring the shred scene in the tri-state area.
Now I wouldn't exactly call it much of a scene here, but there are quite a few talented guitarists in New Jersey and New York. From people posting their own solos/songs on youtube out of a bedroom studio to veteran musicians who book at high class studios to record their album. Today I'll be discussing three acts from across the spectrum. More...