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  2. Sad to hear him go. Hopefully he'll do a round with the boys from NEGA and Aliene but it seems not.
  3. Fuck me up with that vk goodness~
  4. I don't have the SK Version, sorry. :/ Apparently, the US version of DSS is slightly mastered differently from the EU version as well...?
  5. WHEW BOY more of the toasty boys. Im here for this.
  6. These titles are great
  7. Today
  8. Japanese only? Hm, not sure about favourites, but going through my music these stand out: Beverly's Awesome. The Birthday's NOMAD. Bradio's Freedom. Defspiral's To the Galaxy. E - Girl's Love Queen. Man With A Mission's Dead End in Tokyo. Mariya Nishiuchi's Motion. The Oral Cigarettes' Unofficial. Pandora ft. Beverly's Be the One. Perfume's If you wanna. Polkadot Stingray's Dai Masayoshi. Sever Black Paranoia's FLYING LEAP. Shonan no Kaze's Odore.
  9. Perhaps you could classify their sound as "deathgrind" lol And sorry I thought you literally meant "X" the band lol And yeah no problem to each their own I'm not offend if don't like them.
  10. ^ according to what they claim themself (and also from what it sounds to me) they play "deathgrind"... also if you like them thats cool - no offense!^^ there's nothing being more diverse than musical tastes! and with american band "X" ~ WTF!? i just meant X in sense of a place holder and not knowing that there is an american band actually called simply X for real... XD
  11. Have you heard it? If so, does it sound anything like the remasters on VESTIGE? Or more like the remasters on DECADE 2003-2007?
  12. These guys https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_(American_band) you being sarcastic? Anyway I like them alright but I don't think they're the greatest thing ever or anything. They sound more like a real western "death metal" band.
  13. when i heard of the band QEDDESHET forming and there band concept even before they released the first listenable sample i was pretty excited but the excitement faded away pretty fast... imo they sound totall uninspired and boring... also one very big gripe i have with them is that nothing about their sound says "Vk" to me... take american band X and replace them with QEDDESHET and you won't hear/notice any difference...
  14. So he's going to sing again? I'm looking forward to it.
  15. He's just in his late 30s or early 40s right? He should stick around. Old bois make the best vkei.
  16. Don't get to excited yet folks, they're probably all live limited.
  17. Yes, the South-Korean version is remastered, from what I know. There's also an unmastered version, but I wasn't able to win the auction to buy it ._.
  18. Excited as fuck for this
  19. There is?
  20. YES!!!!!!! mamireta are such a fantastic and refreshing band! absolutely can't wait for more epicness - especially cuz the songtitles already sound extremely promising - like you know it can't be nothing but awesome! also pretty happy that we get some pvs by 'em! 8D
  21. There's a remastered version of Wtd.
  22. From uv -ultra veat- vol.90, very rare look...:
  23. @VkBrutaliaN Check out the above band. An to answer your question, I would like to see some "black metal" and more "Dark ambient" stuff. I think I once heard mention of a vk band doing "noisecore"?
  24. I'm serious. When are we gonna petition for remastered Vulgar, and Withering to death.?
  25. to keep this topic rolling what are some styles you would love seeing brutal kei bands starting to incorporate within their music? like black metal/doom metal/grindcore or whatever? since i am a huge sucker for everything "...core" i'd love to see some bands using some downtempo/beatdown elements within their music... there are only a very few rare occasions with bands using such elements but like for example the beginning of DEVILOOF's song "M.F.JAP" is total beatdown gloriousness... although in case there would be more bands using downtempo/beatdown elements i don't even wanna think about all those cute dressed up girls doing hardoce/slamdancing just in case. its already total ridiculous within none Vk...
  26. I think they're pretty good actually and they're the only vk BAND I know of on "Metallum" https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Qeddeshet/3540431115 Also their latest EP "COCYTUS" is on Spotify:
  27. Alongside music, films are both my primary love and my work. I'm always interested to find out what out people are watching, so I've started this thread asking people to give their Top Twenty Favourite Movies. Finding just 20 is something of a challenge for me, so if anyone wants to extend it to 25 or drop it to 10-15, I quite understand. I hope we can spark off some discussion of people's favourite choices too. Thanks for participating! Here's my Top Twenty:, in alphabetical order. I've tried to limit it to one film per director, or I'd just end up with a list full of John Carpenter, Kinji Fukasaku and Jaume Balaguero. BattleRoyale (Kinji Fukasaku, 2000) The Beyond (Lucio Fulci, 1981) Cypher (Vincenzo Natali, 2002) Day of the Dead (George Romero, 1985) The Discarnates (Nobuhiko Obayashi, 1988) Donnie Darko (Richard Kelly, 2001) DasExperiment (Oliver Hirschbeigel, 2001) Hellish Love (Chusei Sone, 1972) Hellraiser (Clive Barker, 1986) Immortal Beloved (Bernard Rose, 1994) The Nameless (Jaume Balaguero, 1998) The Night Train Murders (Aldo Lado, 1974) Open Your Eyes (Alejandro Amenabar, 1997) Prince of Darkness (John Carpenter, 1987) Quatermass and the Pit (Roy Ward Baker, 1967) Ring (Hideo Nakata, 1998) Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1977) Terrifying Girls Highschool: Lynch Law Classroom (Norifumi Suzuki, 1973) The Warriors (Walter Hill, 1979) Who Can Kill A Child? (Narcisco Ibanez Serrador, 1976)
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