Brycen Doby, 24, hombre, Estados UnidosVisto por última vez: Octubre 2012

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  • NM_chillandill

    yeah I need to listen to it in full again. first listen I was high as shit, driving, and it was ridiculous; it all seemed great, for the most part. "Behind the Sun" is fantastic, along with that middle riff in "Demiurge". I haven't gotten too into the two songs they previewed before the release; didn't bother with them then.

    8 Abr 2012 Responder
  • NM_chillandill

    digging Koloss? those last two tracks are phenomenal. this might be their best album.

    3 Abr 2012 Responder
  • KaleidoscopeBro

    You should check out Circle Takes the Square.

    27 Mar 2012 Responder
  • KaleidoscopeBro

    'Cause we're the BEST.

    14 Sep 2011 Responder
  • shapiq

    hey, can i add you? nice charts)

    25 May 2011 Responder
  • Acquiescence

    Thanks for that massive influx of information dude, was a good read. TWDY's self-titled is probably my favourite all-time post-rock album, so I'm more than a little bummed at the new direction they've taken their music. At the same time, I'm a firm believer in certain music types benefiting wholly from an album context and that's why I'm reserving judgement completely until I hear Tunnel Blanket in its entirety. I'm convinced that it'll all make sense once I've heard the album from start to finish (I hope...fingers crossed!). February though...geez louise, it's time I froze myself I think. That's aeons away.

    24 Sep 2010 Responder
  • tcejosh

    Yeah I will get them from youtube didn't even think to do that even though I do it all the time, thanks.

    22 Sep 2010 Responder
  • tcejosh

    could you send me Black Dunes and Little Smoke(live)?

    21 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Deathorse

    Been playing drums for 5 or 6 years now, but have only been serious about it for the past 4 years or so.

    13 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Deathorse

    Totally man, I'm a huge fan of Paiste now. I bought a Paiste 20" Twenty Ride and fell in love...That Traditional Light Ride will be mine soon enough!

    13 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Deathorse

    Hahaha, yup it's pretty fuckin' heavy. Tunnel Blanket is going to be amazing. Alex Bhore's cymbals convinced me that I want to invest in a Paiste Traditional Light Ride and a Medium Light Ride...his cymbals are beautiful. :|

    12 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Deathorse

    Hey man. I heard Little Smoke on a live video. Unfortunately the stupid Deftones fans felt like screaming and talking the whole time, but you can still hear the song well enough. It's really, really nice. You've heard Black Dunes and Communal Blood too, right? Apparently they've played Glass Realms live, too, and it's supposedly fantastic.

    11 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Andragon_90

    Not to rub it in, but I saw that one too :/ If it makes ya feel better, I didn't get the chance to meet Mastodon. I think Brent was a lil sick that day. Sick as in got the flu or something. I hi-fived Matt Pike [or lo-fived since he was on stage]. I see a nice lineup of gigs on your page. It's gonna be a good fall for you haha

    5 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Andragon_90

    Yea the only Line6 amp that was really well built and sounded pretty good is the Line6 Vetta. I usually sing, but I've been playing guitar for a while now. Oh hey just saw you added the Devin Townsend show. His Project is a must see, imo. I got lucky enough to see him, Cynic and BTBAM AND Scale the Summit for $40!

    3 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Andragon_90

    Yea I've been thinking of getting an XT Live for my bass. If you've got time, check out the link on my page. PS. The new Sword kicks ass!!

    3 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Andragon_90

    Pretty good. What's your recording setup? The intro track was super clear.

    2 Sep 2010 Responder
  • Andragon_90

    Didn't know you played music. Will give it a listen for sure.

    1 Sep 2010 Responder
  • fivesixs7ven

    Thank you (:

    27 Ago 2010 Responder
  • RunningRed

    i used to be obsessed with sludge/doom/stoner and post-rock last year for some reason, i mean thats all i would listen to but now hmm i listen to whatever sounds good to me like some spanish music, african blues, etc haha.

    26 Ago 2010 Responder
  • RunningRed

    hmm that is a hard question for me anyway... see, i listen to lots of genres and i can't really say which is my favorite cuz it depends on my mood :P

    24 Ago 2010 Responder
  • Todas las notas (39)


Bands I've Seen Live:



Between The Buried and Me


Valient Thorr

This Will Destroy You




Veil of Maya

Darkest Hour


Animals As Leaders


Scale The Summit


Fair To Midland

The Ocean Collective

Job For A Cowboy

Between The Buried and Me


Devin Townsend

Evan Brewer

Last Chance To Reason


Dead Letter Circus

Animals As Leaders



Scale The Summit

Conducting From The Grave

Rings of Saturn

The Contortionist

The Contortionist (twice in one weekend!!)

Textures (twice in one weekend!!!)

The Human Abstract (didn't really wanna see them twice)

Periphery (yeah)


Animals As Leaders

Between The Buried and Me


Sleep Over

This Will Destroy You

The Safety Fire

Jeff Loomis (ugh)

Periphery (ugh)

Protest The Hero

Fleshgod Apocalypse

The Contortionist





Today I Caught The Plague

Scale The Summit

Each Other


7 Horns 7 Eyes

Chimp Spanner

Jeff Loomis

The Contortionist


The Dillinger Escape Plan

Machine Head


Lamb of God


People I've Met :


Brent Hinds (Mastodon)

Troy Sanders (Mastodon)

Bill Kelliher (Mastodon)

Brann Dailor (Mastodon)

Jeremy Galindo (This Will Destroy You)

Misha Mansoor (Periphery)

Alex Bois (Periphery)

Spencer Sotelo (Periphery)

Tom Murphy (Periphery)

David Davidson (Revocation)

Dan Hauser (Veil of Maya)


Javier Reyes (Animals As Leaders)

Marc Okubo (Veil of Maya)

Travis LeVrier (Scale The Summit)

Chris Letchford (Scale The Summit)

John Browne (Monuments)

Louis Jucker (The Ocean Collective)

Luc Hess (The Ocean Collective)

Robin Staps (The Ocean Collective)

Dustie Waring (Between The Buried and Me)

Evan Brewer (Evan Brewer & The Faceless)

Navene Koperweis (Animals As Leaders)

Pat Skeffington (Scale The Summit)

Jordan Eberhardt (Scale The Summit)

Raad Soudani (Volumes)

Jonathan Carpenter (The Contortionist)

Robby Baca (The Contortionist)

Joey Baca: (The Contortionist)

Cameron Maynard (The Contortionist)

Christopher Tilley (The Contortionist)

Stef Broks (Textures & Exivious)

Daniël de Jongh (Textures)

Bart Hennephof (Textures)

Jochem Jacobs (Textures)

Remko Tielemans (Textures)

Uri Dijk (Textures)

Mark Holcomb (Haunted Shores & Periphery)

Ryan Sean Devlin (Corelia)


Donovan Jones (This Will Destroy You)

Alex Bhore (This Will Destroy You)

Joaquin Ardiles (The Safety Fire)

Derya 'Dez' Nagle (The Safety Fire)

Lori Peri (The Safety Fire)

Calvin Smith (The Safety Fire)

Mike Russell (Suns)

Andrew Schroeder (Suns)

Kody Nixon (Suns)

Nicholas Enderle (Suns)

Matt Lemke (Suns)

Clint Weber (Suns)

David Journeaux (Today I Caught The Plague)

Matt Young (Today I Caught The Plague)

Ben Davis (Today I Caught The Plague)

Steve Rennie (Today I Caught The Plague)

Eric Stone (Today I Caught The Plague)

Michael Ieradi (Today I Caught The Plague)

Mark Mitchell (Scale The Summit)

Five Favorite Musicians and short reasons why (2010)

Tosin Abasi (Animals As Leaders)
you just have to see this guy play to believe it. he gives me a lot inspiration to keep playing guitar and really master every aspect there is. I think I could be as good as him in like a million years.

Brent Hinds (Mastodon)
he started playing banjo at age 11 and that widely influences his playing style now. he is a really great musician, he encompasses many different playing styles into his songs and every single one of them are great. even his side project.

Paul Waggoner (Between The Buried and Me)
I wish I had words to describe how good Paul is. the things he comes up with on that guitar are really just amazing. he can go from the heaviest metal riff one minute to a folk or jazz section. his solos are also really great.

Dustie Waring (Between The Buried and Me)
he provides a lot of the quick, heavy rhythm guitar parts in the band. he is a very underrated guitarist.

Steve Von Till (Neurosis & solo)
in Neurosis he brings some awesome heavy sludgy riffs into the band. but he's also a very good acoustic player. his solo album is really good. nothing too complicated to play, but it's not always about the complication. it's about the amount of emotion you can convey through the music and he does a great job of this.

Troy Sanders (Mastodon)
he is probably the best bassist I've ever seen. he has found the perfect middle ground between being a complete show off, or following whatever the guitar does and sticking to the shadows. he knows when to play with the band and when to stand out.

Dan Briggs (Between The Buried and Me)
the stuff he does on that 5 string bass is really amazing. if anyone else was playing bass for that band it just wouldn't be the same. he does some pretty kickass bass solos too.

Donovan Jones (This Will Destroy You)
the way this guy plays his bass is a lot different than what most bassists would I think. in a lot of the songs he takes on the rhythms that you think would be the job of a guitar. at live shows he really beats the hell out of his instrument and brings a lot of energy to the stage.

Jean-Michel Labadie (Gojira)
this guy is a really great bassist, and I love how he's always moving up there on stage, he's got a lot of energy.

Kevin Schaefer (Senescu)
that's right Kevin, I put you in here. he started as a guitarist but moved to bass for the sake of the band and picked it up very quickly. he's definitely the best bassist I know and I have no doubt he could outplay a lot of professionals.

Brann Dailor (Mastodon)
I love Brann's style on the drums. he uses a lot of quick fills and kind of random playing during the songs. there aren't many people who can play a lot of his songs.

Blake Richardson (Between The Buried and Me)
This guy must be a robot or something. he does some of the greatest drumming I've ever heard. he seems to know exactly what should be played and where, there isn't a time when he doesn't sound amazing. that, and many drummers can't (or rather don't) duplicate what they play on the album, especially when it comes to more complicated sections. but he has memorized every single beat to every single song.

Tomas Haake (Meshuggah)
I don't think there's anyone in the world who can duplicate this guy's playing. his beats are very off-time and hard to play. you'd have to listen to the songs a lot to remember what goes where.

Danny Carey (Tool)
one of the oldest and greatest drummers around. Lars Ulrich (Metallica) is 46 and says he's too old to drum. Danny Carey is 49 and he still beats the hell out of those drums like they owe him money.

Mario Duplantier (Gojira)
this guy is a really great drummer. he's got a lot of stamina, he could do blast beats and double bass all day, but while he does the double bass he doesn't just do some simple china/snare beat, he does a lot of unexpected fills which is really awesome.

Troy Sanders (Mastodon)
he plays bass and does vocals for the band and this guy has never had a bad show. his style may change sometimes, but he's always on point with vocals and bass.

Tommy Giles Rogers Jr. (Between The Buried and Me)
Tommy has found a great middle ground between his screams and clean vocals. some people don't think he's good at it but I'd say he's one of the best. very few people can be good screamers and still have vocal range. he also does keyboard for the band.

Steve Von Till (Neurosis & solo)
he's got one of the best metal screams/yells I've ever heard along with Scott Kelly (Neurosis). but his solo acoustic albums utilize clean kind of droney vocals that go really well with the melodies.

Laura Pleasants (Kylesa)
#1 how many girls do you know that are actually good at playing metal? #2 how many of them can scream without sounding too girly or too much like a man? Laura Pleasants plays guitar for Kylesa and does both screaming vocals and clean sections. her vocals are really perfect for this band, and she does it without wearing a shit load of makeup and looking like a scene girl. there should be more women in metal like her.

Joe Duplantier (Gojira)
he's got one of the most brutal screaming voices out there. he plays guitar and does vocals for Gojira. if that didn't take enough skill, he changes the vocal style for live shows and sings the words off-time from the guitar. that takes mounds of skill I wish I possessed.

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