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    Posted: November 02 2005 at 22:54
Borknagar is in the archives, so it should only be fair that Vintersorg should be here as well.  If anyone is interested in checking out an album, I recommend Cosmic Genesis, a release that features many irregular song structures, unique use of acoustics and synths, and features a Uriah Heep cover.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 03 2005 at 08:26
Brilliant!

His first two albums are excellent folky-proggy-post black metal, but after those his music has really evolved into a quite spacy prog metal sound.

And the guy has an absolutely stunning voice.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 03 2005 at 08:50
Or... they could take Borknagar out?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 03 2005 at 12:53
^ No.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 04 2005 at 14:38
I'd say replace borknagar with Ulver. Vintersorg should also be in here. Almost all black metal-bands have some progressive influences, so I think we should be a litle critic to what black/death metal we put in here.
It is said to be the first Test-pressing of the corean release??

http://www.freewebs.com/ligyrophobia/
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 04 2005 at 14:40

Originally posted by Syndromet

I'd say replace borknagar with Ulver. Vintersorg should also be in here. Almost all black metal-bands have some progressive influences, so I think we should be a litle critic to what black/death metal we put in here.

Agreed. Vintersorg is already in my list of new Prog Metal candidates, and I also added Ulver:

http://uneasy-listening.com/ProgMetal.html

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 04 2005 at 18:12
Originally posted by Syndromet

Almost all black metal-bands have some progressive influences

That's not even slightly true. I've yet to hear one raw black metal band with anything resembling prog (that's of course ignoring raw bands that move onto symph, or whatever else), and there are over 8,000 black metal bands
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: November 04 2005 at 18:51
^Agreed. But then again, black metal is all about the feeling and the atmosphere.
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