Not sure if this has been posted yet but Radiohead's The King Of Limbs will be available for digital download this saturday. Announced on monday, to me there is no greater valentines gift than that news. It actually gets me hard thinking about it, especially because Johnny Greenwood calls it the greatest album ever.
I didn't hear that last part about Johnny Greenwood. That is mindblowing if true.
Did you check out that Underworld stuff? Too crappy for you?
BTW, I'm thinking that these guys (Pell Mell) heavily influenced Radiohead. They were around from the early 80's to the mid-90's.
This track sounds like it could have been on The Bends and came out a year before that album.
If you're referencing Protest the Hero, there's PLENTY of singing in their music. In fact, it's there a lot more than their other metal(core) counterparts.
And the Radiohead news was announced in the rock/metal thread, but not here.
It sounds like he just doesn't like metalcore or the shrieking that goes along with it. Everybody has different tastes, so there is no right answer. It's just that some of you just like to listen to ****** music. ;-)
never understood exactly how they were punk(shape of punk to come? LOL) but loved this cd
Originally Posted by wiki
This album marked a sharp and conscious departure from Refused's earlier work. The philosophy of the album, expounded in the ample liner notes and encapsulated in the song "New Noise", was that punk and hardcore music could not be anti-establishment by continuing to package revolutionary lyrics in sounds which had been increasingly co-opted into the mainstream. The sound of the record presented a challenge to existing punk sensibilities; its sounds were 'punk' at a fundamental level, but worlds apart from pop punk bands such as Green Day and Blink-182, and even more traditional punk rock bands such as Bad Religion and Pennywise.
They helped kick off the post-hardcore movement. Unfortunately, the shape of punk to come never came.