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Visutox

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  • Birthday 05/17/1995

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    Belgium
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  1. I need to re-spin the Mgła album because besides the last track which is a masterpiece, the rest of the album was kinda meh. The drumming is fantastic tho. I preferred the Kriegsmaschine album from last year, and oh boy those drums. Their new album is fucking brutal! And I was skeptical about it because almost 50 minutes of sheer brutality doesn't usually do it for me but man, I kept enjoying it until I realized it was over. Vitriol are fantastic too, can't wait to check out their new record! Such talented lads. In other news, yesterday I saw Dopethrone live and it was crazy as hell. What a gig! Also they had two local bands who opened for them, "Seethr" a black metal band from Antwerp and "Big Fat Lukum" (Sludge/Stoner) from Namur. Leaving some links here in case any of you are curious about them: https://seethr.bandcamp.com/ https://bigfatlukum.bandcamp.com
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    What's everyone thoughts about the new album? It's funny because this is also how i felt about the title track but also about the whole album. It's as long as an album can get but it doesn't feel like it at all. Album's growing on me with every spin and I'm totally loving it.
  3. New Mayhem track: I think it sounds great. Really looking forward October 25th.
  4. Oh, I remember most of it. It's just that I wish I were sober because I would have enjoyed it more. They're indeed incredible. Wow indeed, the new Alcest song is brilliant. Very much looking forward the new album!
  5. Last Saturday I was at a festival in Belgium called Metal Méan. It was my first fest ever, and what an experience that was! The best band was definitely Midnight, they put out a hell of a show (like, literally). Athenar is so fucking cool too, him alone is a show in itself. My favorites were Midnight, Asphyx (got to chat with Martin and Alwin, they're awesome) and Zuriaake (really incredible performance, can't wait to see them again). Truth be told, I enjoyed all the concerts that day. The only downside were Au-Dessus, maybe because I didn't enjoy them as much as I think I would... Also, it was a shame that the lead guitarist of Mephorash had trouble with the sound level of his guitar. Vomitory and Incantation were brutal as fuck too. And for Primordial, I was too drunk to enjoy it properly but it was neat. Didn't get to see Bloodbath and Tormentor though, because the friend I went with had to work the next day and I depended on him in order to get back home. Definitely going next year too!
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    Started Dead Cells two days ago, enjoying it so far!
  7. I'd say it depends more on the band than the genre itself, although there are some genres that provide with a bigger range of creativity than others as it has been stated. I sometimes find myself surprised to discover bands that are so damn original in genres where you have a ton of bands sounding all the same. Anyway, it's obviously difficult to sound fresh with all the music out there.
  8. First voting request of 2019 here we go: https://www.last.fm/fr/music/Bloodshot+Dawn/+images/b07964ec613b1039e366b830d1c3f574 https://www.last.fm/fr/music/Foscor/+images/22f8a0362d93f537efb6e6d201d07683
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    Homage to Catalonia by George Orwell. Just started reading it so can't say much about it for now.
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    Bird Box Okay this was very cool and intense, I loved every bit of it . Now I have a question about the movie, hope someone knows the answer. SPOILER ALERT ↓
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    Mandy Man, this was weird. And this is why I love watching movies without getting any info about them whatsoever. I can't say much other than the fact that this is one of my favorite movies with Nicolas Cage, he nailed it. Linus Roache also did a fantastic job in his role (just realized he's King Ecbert in Vikings wow). Also the cinematography is top notch. I highly recommend this one.
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    Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Enjoying it so far.
  13. Such a great list! Apostasy, Chaos Echœs, Horizon Ablaze, Hissing, Unreqvited... All of these brilliant bands' albums didn't make my top but I highly recommend them to anyone who hasn't listened to them yet. Here's mine: Messa - Feast for Water Hypno5e - Alba - Les Ombres Errantes GAEREA - Unsettling Whispers PAARA - Riitti Summoning - With Doom We Come Rise to Fall - Into Zero Horrendous - Idol Parius - The Eldritch Realm Sunless Dawn - Timeweaver Toundra - Vortex Baring Teeth - Transitive Savagery Obscura - Diluvium Alkaloid - Liquid Anatomy Our Place of Worship is Silence - With Inexorable Suffering Varathron - Patriarchs of Evil Sulphur Aeon - The Scythe of Cosmic Chaos Baise Ma Hache - F.E.R.T Death Fortress - Reign of the Unending Sacred Leather - Ultimate Force Dirge - Lost Empyrean Azusa - Heavy Yoke Altars of Grief - Iris Night Verses - From the Gallery of Sleep conjurer - Mire Zealotry - At The Nexus of All Stillborn Worlds Personally I had to wait until late December to find some hidden gems. When it comes to expectations 2018 was quite disappointing, but overall it still was a very good year for metal. Really hoping that 2019 will deliver more gems! (will probably edit my post to give more details about each release if I have the time)
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    It's pretty good so far, it's a first-person role-playing survival horror type of game. I like the atmosphere as it feels mysterious and all that, so yeah. Can't say more than that since I haven't finished it yet but for now it's just a bit straight-forward (doesn't ruin the game experience tho). The story is interesting too, so I'm enjoying it.
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    Call of Cthulhu and Destiny 2.
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