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    Posted: April 13 2014 at 02:22
I like Death Metal and i want any ideas of Progressive Death Metal like Opeth and Death?
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We've talked about this before, scroll through this thread for some ideas!


My favorite song in this genre is titled "Ulice Rozpaczy" by the Polish band "Panzerfaust," I used to have an MP3 link to the song but it no longer works.  

I'm not sure if they are Neo-Nazis or not, so apologies if they are!  The music is brilliant!


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My favorite band in this genre is "Gojira". This is french band from Bayonne, and they are great. "Gojira" plays very positive (sic!) progressive death metal.
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Originally posted by charles_ryder charles_ryder wrote:

My favorite band in this genre is "Gojira". This is french band from Bayonne, and they are great. "Gojira" plays very positive (sic!) progressive death metal.
They were the first progressive death metal band I got into. Approve 
Then it sorta snowballed from there into Opeth, Gorguts, Obscura, Beyond Creation, Augury, Blotted Science, Death, Atheist, etc. as well as other 'extreme but not death metal' bands like Orkenkjott, Means End (my avatar!), Intronaut, Cynic, Ihsahn etc.
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One more progressive band in death metal: "Nile". All their albums are based on egyptian mythology, and music is brutal but very interesting.

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I´ll add to the once mentioned above:

Sadist, Diskord, Pyrrhon, Ulcerate, Pestilence, After Oblivion (Death clone), Disharmonic Orchestra and a lot more I can´t remember right now :-).

While My Dying Bride is widely seen as a controversial addition to PA, they are also a very interesting band, if you enjoy doomy and at times progressive death metal.
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Oh and the Spanish band Katharsys might also be of interest to you.
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Something like the holy trinity:

Gorguts - Obscura
Atheist - Unquestionable Presence
Obliveon - From This Day Forward
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote charles_ryder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 16 2014 at 10:29
Originally posted by The Glide The Glide wrote:

Obliveon - From This Day Forward

Yes, Obliveon is a cool band with its own original style.


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Mitochrondrion are worth a listen too, they're somewhat in a similar vein as Gorguts and company but with more of a black metal edge to them and a weird spacy feel to their entire aesthetic. Not sure if they're on the ProgArchives though.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote UMUR Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 18 2014 at 02:18
Listened to "Brave Murder Day" by Katatonia yesterday and thought you might be interested in listening to that one too.
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If you can find it, the album Elvenefris by Lykathea Aflame is very good. Brutal, progressive death metal with a spiritually uplifting lyrical theme. Probably one of the few brutal death metal albums that can be fully enjoyed by New Age hippies

Though I am far from that and I enjoy it also.

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^I second that. Great album.
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