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  • brandnewshoe

    Actually dude, check out "Job For A Cowboy -- Sun Eater". I agree with a lot of your top of 2014. This band made mine after having mostly written them off from hearing their older work. But this album is a complete evolution and reminds me very much of between the buried and me. The bass on the album is some of the best I've heard. And it's just a constant flow off heavy progression.

    24 Feb 2:52 Responder
  • brandnewshoe

    Yeah bro, I'm trying to let Sumac settle in. I think it just had huge expectations with the artists involved. I haven't heard too much Napalm Death but I will definitely check it outt, and also the other band! Thanks man.

    24 Feb 2:45 Responder
  • brandnewshoe

    Awesome stuff dude.

    21 Feb 16:48 Responder
  • introvertical

    Fantastic charts and profile. I love your review of that Deftones album, it truly is flawless. They're one of my favorite bands and were really important in my journey of discovering and appreciating music.

    16 Nov 2014 Responder
  • WarDecoyII

    Thanks for accepting, nice library too.

    12 Nov 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Precies, Insitutionalized 2014 is te gek! Beter dan het origineel ook vind ik :p

    21 Jul 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Veel beter dan verwacht eigenlijk, sommige nummers mochten gerust geschrapt worden, maar de algemene indruk is goed! Vette productie ook, review zou binnenkort het licht moeten zien.

    21 Jul 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Behoorlijk goed, dat Tuber waarover je een review schreef! Kwam op de zijbalk van de FP, vandaar.

    19 Jul 2014 Responder
  • BenxCo

    Hoe vind je die Being As An Ocean? Ben er na één keer luisteren nog erg tevreden over. Het heeft niet het enorm neerslachtige van de eerste plaat, maar is wel bloedmooi.

    13 May 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Ik kan er naar blijven luisteren, wat m'n scrobbles ervan ook wel verraden hehe. Ja, als je de kans hebt, zeker eens gaan kijken! Eindhoven Metal Meeting heeft mijns inziens op dit moment al een heel sterke line-up (At The Gates, Triptykon, Aborted, Exhumed, Origin, Morbus Chron). Moest het niet zo dicht bij mijn examens liggen ging ik er wel eens heen.

    3 May 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    behoren die*

    3 May 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Zeker eens checken! En die foto met Ken Bedene ja, monster van een drummer en echt een vriendelijke kerel. Aborted live zien is echt een must, voor mij behoren dat tot de beste concerten van allemaal.

    3 May 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Bij mij doet het Todd Terje - It's Album Time het de laatste tijd echt goed. Heel leuke plaat die lekker wegluistert, dikke aanrader!

    2 May 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Ik check het even ja! En die nieuwe Fu Manchu heb ik enkele nummertjes van gehoord, maar nog niet volledig. Doe ik daarna dan :D

    2 May 2014 Responder
  • crosskip

    Vergis je ook niet in de vrijdag, Akerfeldt heeft met o.a. Magma, Goblin en Comus toch een paar erg vette bands uitgezocht. Heb de nieuwe van Tripykon nog maar een keertje gedraaid en dat beviel gelijk weer erg goed. Ze zijn eigenlijk wel verplicht te openen met Tree of Suffocating Souls, wat een knaller is dat inderdaad zeg. Misschien dat ik ze dit jaar nog ga zien op Eindhoven Metal Meeting, welke met ook nog At The Gate, Holy Moses en vooral de helden van Primordial toch al best een interessante lineup heeft.

    9 Abr 2014 Responder
  • crosskip

    Helaas, ging em ivm tentamens niet meer worden =( Wel balen met zo'n dikke lineup op 1 dag... Dan moet jij maar extra hard losgaan bij Triptykon ter compensatie hé

    8 Abr 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Best goed inderdaad, moet wel nog wat luisterbeurten hebben eerst :p Bong Breaker review komt na m'n Benighted review, ergens volgende week dus. Niet zo blij met m'n achterstandslijst atm :(

    22 Mar 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Inderdaad erg leuke muziek!

    18 Mar 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Dat zijn mooie namen, doe ik even!

    18 Mar 2014 Responder
  • Cohorror

    Inderdaad, daarom dat ie pas tamelijk laat online gekomen is. Wel echt een nice album! Truckfighters concertverslag en interview zijn nu in de maak.

    12 Mar 2014 Responder
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Welcome to my page.

From now on (6 January): if a song is loved, then it is a 9,5 or higher for me.

Best album of 2014:

Swans - To Be Kind

Contributed to:

Find Hope In Darkness - Darkness Overwhelms

Who?: A fourteen year old electronic producer from Belgium
Inspirations: Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Burial, Four Tet, Autechre
I play drums on: Cliff, Stay Here..., Miss You

Editor at Zware Metalen, a Dutch heavy metal site.

2014 Ratings
2014 Playlist
2013 Playlist
2013 Ratings

I scrobble my CD's with Universal Scrobbler and my digital music with Windows Media Player.

Song of the year: YOB - MARROW

Album top 10 of 2014

1. Swans - To Be Kind
2. Gridlink - Longhena (Dutch review)
3. Alcest - Shelter (Dutch review)
4. Morbus Chron - Sweven (Dutch review)
5. Pallbearer - Foundations of Burden (Dutch review)
6. Nothing - Guilty of Everything (Dutch review)
7. Thou - Heathen (Dutch review)
8. Triptykon - Melana Chasmata (Dutch review)
9. Monomyth - Further
10. The Atlas Moth - The Old Believer (Dutch review)

(Update: 27 September)

Album Top 20 of 2013:

1. Deafheaven - Sunbather

2. Gorguts - Colored Sands
3. Ataraxie - L'Être et la Nausée (Dutch review)
4. Cult Of Luna - Vertikal
5. Altar Of Plagues - Teethed Glory And Injury
6. Oranssi Pazuzu - Valonielu
7. Vaura - The Missing (Dutch review)
8. Karnivool - Asymmetry (Dutch review)
9. Touché Amoré - Is Survived By
10. Beaten To Death - Dødsfest! (Dutch review)

11. Selim Lemouchi & His Enemies - Earth Air Spirit Water Fire
12. The Black Heart Rebellion - Har Nevo
13. Cult Of Fire - मृत्यु का तापसी अनुध्यान
14. Kayo Dot - Hubardo (Dutch review)
15. Steak Number Eight - The Hutch
16. Beastmilk - Climax
17. The Ocean - Pelagial
18. Fuck Buttons - Slow Focus (Dutch review)
19. Ihsahn - Das Seelenbrechen (Dutch review)
20. The Dillinger Escape Plan - One Of Us Is The Killer

(Update: 26 December)

EP Top 5 of 2013:

1. Blues Pills - Devil Man
2. Rotten Sound - Species at War
3. Happening - Birth

4. Helrunar / Árstíðir Lífsins - Fragments - A Mythological Excavation
5. Imperial Triumphant - Goliath

(Update: 22 December)

The Black Heart Rebellion - Har Nevo

A band comes at a time where you have to make a second album. Are you going to continue on the same course or do you find your own identity? The Black Heart Rebellion has clearly chosen the second. This band from Ghent began in the hardcore / metal scene in 2008 and released their debut album Monologue, an album which is full of guitar eruptions.

Now we are in 2013 and the second album called Har Nevo has been released. The band worked 4 years on this new album and new sound. The metal influences are in fact almost impossible to find, they are only hearable in Animalesque. The Black Heart Rebellion has a sound that has it's own identity. Influences of folk and blues are clearly heard. The choice to take Koen Gisen (Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat) as a producer is also a golden opportunity. He has captured the magic of Har Nevo.

The Black Heart Rebellion has started looking for his own identity, something that is also in the lyrics. They are about the path you should take to form your own identity. There are dangers on that path you should resist. Then you will find your own identity. Har Nevo is not a concept album but lyrically the songs have the same subject.

On the first album, the focus was on the guitars, drums and percussion now have the lead. That leads to a whole different approach to the music that appeals to me very much as a drummer. At times I am reminded of the most percussive moments of Neurosis. It's really intense. Avraham has extreme underlying tension with the increasing guitar chords. And then the singer who breaths heavily, and the shouting.

The band does not play hard but it is much more intense than the former type. When Circe begins I get really get shivers down my spine. The ominous melodies piling over each other and then the whispery vocals over it. The vocals are very special on this record. It is between shouting and whispering. There is certainly something very mysterious about the music.

Har Nevo is a record that you can hear best in its entirety. Then the dark atmosphere has it's full impact. This record has the same kind of atmosphere as The Seer of Swans. Crawling On Low And Eating Dust has singing in the beginning that can easily be from Michael Gira. This is a great compliment to the band.

I am really fascinated by this record. I find this record much more intense than Mass V, the last record of compatriots Amenra. Colin sings along on the song Ein Avdat which is almost a kind of modern version of a spiritual. The influences come from far, that is why the sound of this band is so special. The band also wanted to close the album with a cover of an American traditional. Something that can be done in the future.

The bar is set very high for the rest of 2013. This is one record as like you don't hear it often. I am very curious how this mysterious sound will be translated into a live performance. On the record it is at least masterfully. Har Nevo is a record that should be heard outside the metal and rock community.


Album Top 10 of 2012:

1. Deftones - Koi No Yokan
2. Alcest - Les Voyages De L'Áme
3. Swans - The Seer
4. Circle Takes The Square - Decompositions: Volume Number One
5. Scott Walker - Bish Bosch
6. Enslaved - RIITIIR
7. Between The Buried And Me - The Parallax II: Future Sequence
8. Ufomammut - Oro: Opus Primum
9. Devin Townsend - Epicloud
10. Dodecahedron - Dodecahedron

(Update: 28 December)

Best EP's of 2012:

1. Burial - Kindred
2. Arsis - Lepers Caress
3. Crippled Black Phoenix - No Sadness Or Farewell
4. Converge/Napalm Death - Split
5. The Black Atlantic - Darkling, I Listen

Album Top 10 of all-time:

1. The God Machine - One Last Laugh In A Place Of Dying...
2. Deafheaven - Sunbather
3. Tool - Lateralus
4. My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
5. Motorpsycho - Timothy's Monster
6. Refused - The Shape Of Punk Of Come
7. The National - High Violet
8. Love - Forever Changes
9. Rory Gallagher - Irish Tour
10. Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation

Album of the year: Deftones - Koi No Yokan

Deftones is a band that I listen to for a long time. When I was six I always went nuts on My Own Summer (Shove It). That was my favorite song. Later I discovered the albums and especially White Pony grabbed me. That was quite different from that heavy song. Much experimental and varied. Now I know all the albums of the band and we have now arrived at number 7 called Koi No Yokan.

After a setback (the accident of Chi Cheng), the band came back with Diamond Eyes. It was also the first album with Sergio Vega. On Koi No Yokan, Vega has much more room, the bass is high in the mix on this album. Diamond Eyes was wonderful but Koi No Yokan is without a doubt even better. It is actually the best of the band by now.

This is a band that changed and perfected their sound without losing their core. The young mentality of Adrenaline's in but also the whole dreamy aspect on Saturday Night Wrist. Now, everything is more convincing and sophisticated than ever. Chino Moreno compared this album with White Pony and I can understand that. Koi No Yokan though is really a whole that varies between different emotions and extreme dynamics. Especially in the song Rosemary there are many changes. This ranges from whispering to mammoth riffs of Stephen Carpenter.

And mammoth riffs you get on this album. Stephen Carpenter plays on an 8-string guitar on Diamond Eyes. On that album the change was heard but here the layer is used even better. The most melodic moments have more depth and the harder moments are brutal and overwhelming than ever. Take Poltergeist. That song made me so excited, it was a long time ago that I was so excited from a song. I felt like that little 6 year old that had heard his first song of this band. Love at first sight, also 10 years later.

The vocals of Chino Moreno are even better. He is pretty much the opposite of the heavy guitars of Carpenter and that makes Deftones so interesting. Moreno sings very dreamy and he really goes along with the music. The Deftones drop groove is irresistible. Abe Cunningham always gives a wonderfully uplifting effect to the music. The perfect example is probably Graphic Nature. When a new wave group would swap their synths for 8-string guitars they would probably write a song like that. Bands like The Cure are also clearly heard in the music of Deftones. As a nu-metal group, they were distinctive. In 2012, this band is still one of a kind.

The production is really good, very little compression. All instruments are very clear in the mix, so and atmosphere settlements and keyboards of Frankie Delgado are also important. Everything is very detailed and it is very deep. The album has exactly the atmospheric and spacey sound that the song material demands.

In conclusion I can say that Koi No Yokan met my expectations and has even surpassed it. Because I had not really thought this band would deliver something better than White Pony on their seventh album. Koi No Yokan is a journey that can easily take you along on the waves of the music. The maximum rating is something that I always doubt but this time it is not so doubtful. Heavy and dreamy at the same time. In 2012, there is nothing better to find musically.


2011: The Devil's Blood - The Thousandfold Epicentre
2010: The National - High Violet
2009: Converge - Axe To Fall
2008: Cult Of Luna - Eternal Kingdom
2007: Between The Buried And Me - Colors
2006: Tool - 10,000 Days
2005: Opeth - Ghost Reveries
2004: Arcade Fire - Funeral
2003: Lightning Bolt - Wonderful Rainbow
2002: Damien Rice - O
2001: Tool - Lateralus
2000: Deftones - White Pony
1999: Immortal - At The Heart Of Winter
1998: Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come
1997: Godspeed You Black Emperor! - F♯A♯∞
1996: DJ Shadow - Endtroducing...

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