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Good bands no one knows of...

#1 Post by TraneDeracs » 04 Sep 2008 20:12

...yet.

Skyfire
Manegarm
Stormlord
Pagan's Mind (A tad bit known, though not by many)

Just my personal picks right there.

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#2 Post by DragonZ » 04 Sep 2008 21:22

dreamtone?

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#3 Post by Verruckter » 04 Sep 2008 21:36

Axamenta.

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#4 Post by Dentarthurdent » 04 Sep 2008 21:46

Circle of Silence (from germany, not the ones from the Netherlands ;) )

Manegarm rule!
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#5 Post by t.a.j. » 04 Sep 2008 21:55

Crescent Shield
Rachels Coven
Battleroar
Destiny's End
Twisted Tower Dire
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#6 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 04 Sep 2008 23:24

i'll second Pagan's Mind

and add Riverside, same story, they're getting more known.. but are still quite unknown
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Re: Good bands no one knows of...

#7 Post by Baby_Kürsch » 05 Sep 2008 00:55

TraneDeracs wrote:...yet.

Skyfire
Manegarm
Stormlord
Pagan's Mind (A tad bit known, though not by many)

Just my personal picks right there.
Pagans Mind is a FANTASTIC band! I wish they would put out a new album thou

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#8 Post by Dreamflight » 05 Sep 2008 02:59

Desire
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#9 Post by Skalds » 05 Sep 2008 03:26

Gates of Winter
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#10 Post by power_dysfunction » 05 Sep 2008 19:20

Sieges Even (Oliver's other band)
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#11 Post by Dentarthurdent » 06 Sep 2008 02:13

Ere I forget... Van Canto :D

Oh, and Schattentantz, Fred's other band, if you're into medieval stuff
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Re: Good bands no one knows of...

#12 Post by Verruckter » 06 Sep 2008 06:20

Baby_Kürsch wrote:
TraneDeracs wrote:...yet.

Skyfire
Manegarm
Stormlord
Pagan's Mind (A tad bit known, though not by many)

Just my personal picks right there.
Pagans Mind is a FANTASTIC band! I wish they would put out a new album thou
Pagans Mind are overrated and cheesy.


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#13 Post by Guilherme » 06 Sep 2008 07:00

Don't be shy :p All bands here are unknown for a reason :p

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#14 Post by Verruckter » 06 Sep 2008 07:02

Guilherme wrote:Don't be shy :p All bands here are unknown for a reason :p
Some of them are too awful, some of them are too good.

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#15 Post by freedom fighter » 06 Sep 2008 15:17

Circle Of Grief is good band (at least for me)

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#16 Post by Dentarthurdent » 06 Sep 2008 17:05

freedom fighter wrote:Circle Of Grief is good band (at least for me)
I only know "Nacht der Söldner", but that's awesome!
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#17 Post by freedom fighter » 06 Sep 2008 18:02

Dentarthurdent wrote:I only know "Nacht der Söldner", but that's awesome!
i also like "Untold Fantasies" and "Days Of The Falconer"
here you can listen to Untold Fantasies, Reign of Misery, Apocalyptic Rays, Fading Away
i like this band because they can play Death, Black, Gothic, Folk, Heavy and Power Metal! :shock: that's awesome!
and because one of the Markus' favourite bands is Blind Guardian :lol:
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#18 Post by Dentarthurdent » 06 Sep 2008 18:04

yeah, finally a band who uses old-fashioned instruments as well as Keyboards.
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#19 Post by West Virginia Mule » 07 Sep 2008 08:44

Tragedy's Dream
Steel Soldiers of Blood
Axefire Stormrider
Parallel Mirror Visions
DragonWarrior
Circle of Battleshields
Pentagram Warlords
Furious Rites
Devourers of Destiny
MetalRoar Attack
Gretchen’s Bloody Thighs
Devilmonica
Severed Seraph
Elfhammer
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#20 Post by Epic IM » 07 Sep 2008 09:04

Omega Mule wrote:Tragedy's Dream
Steel Soldiers of Blood
Axefire Stormrider
Parallel Mirror Visions
DragonWarrior
Circle of Battleshields
Pentagram Warlords
Furious Rites
Devourers of Destiny
MetalRoar Attack
Gretchen’s Bloody Thighs
Devilmonica
Severed Seraph
Elfhammer
Stark Raving Corpse
Do you mind describing some of those bands and what kind of music they play? No one has time to randomly go through a list of bands they've never heard before. Thanks for your effort in advance.


I'd recommend Auvernia for anyone who likes symphonic power metal with minor black metal influences. Singer isn't nothing special when it comes to power metal singers but they're songs are very well constructed with occasional and well placed bm guitars and blast beats (not DragonForce style though) here and there.
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#21 Post by t.a.j. » 07 Sep 2008 09:13

He just made up random band names to cynically comment on the indistinguishable jumble of underground band names being dropped here without further comment.
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#22 Post by West Virginia Mule » 07 Sep 2008 10:06

t.a.j. wrote:He just made up random band names to cynically comment on the indistinguishable jumble of underground band names being dropped here without further comment.
That is so not true.

Those bands the most awesome of the unknown bands I know.
Epic IM wrote: Do you mind describing some of those bands and what kind of music they play?
Not at all. My pleasure.

Tragedy's Dream – Keyboard laden heavy progressive mood metal fusion

Steel Soldiers of Blood - 80s style camp metal with lots of screaming about blood and bleeding

Axefire Stormrider - a natural blend of Accept’s virtuosity and Yngwie’s songwriting abilities

Parallel Mirror Visions - instrumental jazz/metal with 12 minute minimum song times

DragonWarrior – inventive power metal with unique lyrics about dragons and warriors

Circle of Battleshields - plodding mid-tempo metal anthems about war, armor and shields (not necessarily in that order)

Pentagram Warlords – catchy odes to Satan and various devils set to classic metal hymns

Furious Rites - they sound like Judas Priest would if Judas Priest had little talent and was furious about it

Devourers of Destiny – 70s influenced hard rock/metal with a distinctive twist: every song is about the sky

MetalRoar Attack - screeching vocals and screeching guitars, every song faster than the one previous, a real attack of pure, screeching metal

Gretchen’s Bloody Thighs – a Sinergy type of female fronted power metal outfit. Oddly, the singer's name is not Gretchen.

Devilmonica - Alabama bluegrass music with dueling harmonicas and lyrics about beating the devil at various barroom games

Severed Seraph – brooding power metal with big 80s pop hooks and vaguely religious undertones.

Elfhammer - Tolkien folk metal

Stark Raving Corpse - Okay, I admit it, I made this one up
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#23 Post by The Rider Of Rohan » 07 Sep 2008 10:55

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#24 Post by Dreamflight » 07 Sep 2008 15:25

Btw Desire are a Romantic Dramatic Doom Death metal band with lots of keyboards that don't sound cheesy.
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#25 Post by Epic IM » 07 Sep 2008 19:11

t.a.j. wrote:He just made up random band names to cynically comment on the indistinguishable jumble of underground band names being dropped here without further comment.
Does that mean I'm never going to hear Axefire Stormrider or Elfhammer? What a big disappointment. :lol:
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#26 Post by Orodaran » 07 Sep 2008 22:36

Even though the Mule really ended up the thread ( :lol: ), let me add that all the good bands are somehow already known. There aren't good bands no one knows - if a band is somehow good, someone will know them, if a band sucks, no one will hear about them.
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#27 Post by Spectrum » 08 Sep 2008 00:13

Hour of Penance are a relatively unknown but totally kickass brutal death metal band from Italy.

Arcane Wisdom is an even more unknown band from Portugal that play somewhat experimental blackened metal. Apparently split-up, though. :(

Dreamsfear is likewise split-up. They were a doomy/thrashy band from Ireland.
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#28 Post by TraneDeracs » 08 Sep 2008 03:12

The level of fame does not show the level of creativity, quality, or whatever naming factor I can throw in there.

All bands start out on some demo level, unfortunately MySpace has given more kids these days a chance to make and play metal. The first step towards this has gone from demo tapes to burning CD's and now onto MySpace.

It also takes certain bands a whole to get around to a known level. Remember Children of Bodom whenever they first came out? Not everyone knew about them. Looking at Deicide, they are well known and they're the worst thing to ever happen to metal.

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#29 Post by Narmoth » 08 Sep 2008 22:25

DragonZ wrote:dreamtone?
No way, they've done an excelent work in promoting themselves, and are known far wider than you would expect from a band self-financing their releases.
power_dysfunction wrote:Sieges Even (Oliver's other band)
Again, they're fairly known, not known enough though.
Pagans mind is relatively known, having released several albums on a major label.

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Excelsis - http://www.myspace.com/excelsispowermetal - folk / power metal from Switzerland. Have released 5 albums so far, but not signed to major label and unfortunately relatively unkown.
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#30 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 10 Sep 2008 00:13

http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=dMqd7zYkQaw

for support of Riverside!

they are growing in fame, but i'd still call them an unknown band.
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#31 Post by rdyfrde » 10 Sep 2008 01:54

What about Warmen?

I just got into them via a friend. It's the sideband of CoB keyboardist Janne Wirman. They remind me of Yngwie/Stratovarius from the neo-classical keyboard work and thankfully sound nothing like CoB (no offense to any fans) :)
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#32 Post by Dreamflight » 10 Sep 2008 02:01

Spectrum wrote:Hour of Penance are a relatively unknown but totally kickass brutal death metal band from Italy.

Arcane Wisdom is an even more unknown band from Portugal that play somewhat experimental blackened metal. Apparently split-up, though. :(

Dreamsfear is likewise split-up. They were a doomy/thrashy band from Ireland.
They're so unknown that even I living 250 (or so) kms far from their birthplace, never heard of them lol. But again I was never into bm anyway. For a portuguese band their music sounds quite intresting.
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#34 Post by Dreamflight » 10 Sep 2008 15:38

Sorry but I think that band fits more in this topic. http://www.blind-guardian.com/forum/vie ... hp?t=35933

They sound quite good, but the Brave Murder Day's references are too much.
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#35 Post by TraneDeracs » 13 Sep 2008 16:41

I would like to mention I've just discovered Sworn....a Norwegian Black Metal band along the lines of how a fair amount of albums coming from that region sound these days...

And I LIKE Sworn.

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#36 Post by Narmoth » 13 Sep 2008 23:34

yeah, they're kind of cool. It's fun for me to have followed them from a myspace-like norwegian site to getting signed on what is a major metal label in Norway (they're on TUBA, aren't they?)
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#37 Post by TraneDeracs » 14 Sep 2008 04:39

Narmoth wrote:yeah, they're kind of cool. It's fun for me to have followed them from a myspace-like norwegian site to getting signed on what is a major metal label in Norway (they're on TUBA, aren't they?)
Not sure to be honest.

I would hereby like to add Raventhrone to the list.

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#38 Post by Narmoth » 14 Sep 2008 08:28

turns out Sworn is on some german label (twilight vertrieb) and is only distributed by TUBA
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#39 Post by Sentinel » 16 Sep 2008 19:25

Alkemyst - progressive metal band from France.

Their second album (Through Painful Lanes) just kicks ass.
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#40 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 16 Sep 2008 19:52

funny, i was about to suggest a French progressive Rock band

Lazuli

http://www.lazuli-music.com/

i checked them out after a friend suggested them as they would be playing as support fro Riverside in december..
i only managed to find their 2007 album En Avant Doute... but it is AMAZING.. really love this sound... porcupine tree-ish stuff
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#41 Post by Saurius » 18 Sep 2008 11:23

The Project Hate MCMXCIX


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#42 Post by Gandalf de Grijze » 18 Sep 2008 13:28

not bad at all joran! quite liked that..
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#43 Post by t.a.j. » 18 Sep 2008 14:32

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#44 Post by Joost » 18 Sep 2008 14:59

As for metal bands...

Ilbeltz
Heol Telwen
Kayo Dot
Parabstruse
Mar de Grises
Pagan Altar
Mithotyn
Helstar
Scald
The Angelic Process

And in other styles...

Woven Hand
In Gowan Ring
Skibbereen
Pererin
Areknamés
Kammarheit
Ghoultown
Afenginn
Scary Bitches
Naervaer

...and many others

These bands range between somewhat well-known but just not very much (Kayo Dot, Mithotyn, Woven Hand), to absolutely criminally unknown (Ilbeltz, Skibbereen, Areknamés).
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#45 Post by Spectrum » 19 Sep 2008 00:41

Dreamflight wrote:
Spectrum wrote:Arcane Wisdom is an even more unknown band from Portugal that play somewhat experimental blackened metal. Apparently split-up, though. :(


They're so unknown that even I living 250 (or so) kms far from their birthplace, never heard of them lol. But again I was never into bm anyway. For a portuguese band their music sounds quite intresting.

Yeah, they rule. Shame they only released two short albums.
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#47 Post by Psychotron » 24 Sep 2008 20:33

Anybody know of Superior? They were (sadly they broke up in 2007) a prog metal band, and a quite good one. I only heard the Younique album and I think is an over the top work. If you like dream theater (the "Younique" album is more similar to Awake or Train of thought I think) you should check this out now!. But is really hard to find something about them even in the Internet.
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#48 Post by rdyfrde » 24 Sep 2008 20:38

Psychotron wrote:Anybody know of Superior? They were (sadly they broke up in 2007) a prog metal band, and a quite good one. I only heard the Younique album and I think is an over the top work. If you like dream theater (the "Younique" album is more similar to Awake or Train of thought I think) you should check this out now!. But is really hard to find something about them even in the Internet.
Man, I love Superior :D

I have their Younique album and I listen to it all of the time. Originally I got it because Andre Matos guests on one of the songs but I ended up falling in love with the whole album :)

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#49 Post by Psychotron » 24 Sep 2008 20:58

Glad to read that :D
If I'm not wrong they have: the first one wich I can't recall the name of, Younique, and their last, Ultima Ratio.
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#50 Post by Bender B. Rodriguez » 25 Sep 2008 14:51

Terasbetoni(from finland) is a band i never heard about until yesterday,they have a good rock/metal sound and they sing in their own language wich is nice for a change.
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