Divine Ratio - The Critic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yI5eyMFgKTA
Karnivool, Russian Circles, Northlane's instrumental stuff. Bur really, I fucking love Karnivool.
Karnivool is the awesomeness. They're busy on a new album, and hopefully they'll tour state side eventually. Two other notable Australian bands: Dead Letter Circus, and Cog. Fun fact: Cog actually recorded their album "Sharing Space", through the same console that Opiate, Undertow, and Led Zeppelin's "The song remains the same" were recorded on with Sylvia Massy. :D
You could also try... We Lost The Sea
I'll second Russian Circles, just saw them at Arctangent festival here in the UK this weekend and they were immense as ever. Actually I first discovered them supporting TOOL on the the last UK tour they did ages ago. Other good bands I saw there were Lost In Kiev - for fans of epic post rock, and Ho99o9 for noise fans! Oh and you all really should check out Oceansize too.
Amazing selections you have! I've recently been swayed with the smooth and psychotic sounds of IGORRR. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9guMCnMMVo8
Ghost! The only band I listen to more than Tool these days.
Actually, my real name is mud
Loved PT for years... Maybe Steven Wilson will want to end the hiatus eventually... Nice user name btw, now join me in a chorus: "When I grow up I want to be, one of the harvesters of the sea. I think before my days are done, I want to be a fisherman."
Russian Circles=great! Thanks guys!
Tesseract, Riverside, Ulver, OSI, Anathema, If These Trees Could Talk, Amplifier, Soen, Ayreon, Twelve Foot Ninja.
Btw, I only started listening to porcupine tree rather recently. I'm wondering which album I'd want to buy first?
Amplifier, oh yeah!!! That first album has some of the best riffs I've ever heard, Panzer, Motorhead..... both great songs!
If you want something heavy, Fear of a Blank Planet, Nil Recurring, or The Incident are a good place to start. If you want something more laid back, more introspective, Recordings, Up the Downstair, or In Absentia. The further back you go in time, the more psychedelic influence there is to Porcupine Tree. Really unique styling on each and every album.
Self titled Amplifier is awesome! Also, check out: Amplifier - Extra Vehicular, and listen patiently, it is phenomenal!
Thanks for the advice! My favorite song of theirs so far is anesthetize. I'll definitely check out amplifier too. One thing that tool has taught me about music, it's that patience is key to getting the full experience.
Steely Dan (Steve Gadd) outtake from Aja https://youtu.be/J7EkDDzpPrk
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard https://youtu.be/6M9OoEUgjrQ
Coming from Germany, this band seems on the rise http://bit.ly/2vEwF70
Not a band but if you like rap, Remi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gwfm9wuIj40
New Mogwai is out!!!
Mogwai-Every Countrys Sun: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKJwbGVLn0IQP7KIItbnzRbiK-emkN2D8
Love these guys - Bloodnstuff. I know...goofy name but some of the best most original rock I've heard in years. Saw them play with Fu Manchu a few years ago.
Forgot to mention they're a two-piece that makes that much noise, amazing.
Local H ftw (No, I don't want Eddie Vedder to die.)
TOOL. CKY. CLUTCH. MASTADON. LAMB OF GOD. RAMMSTEIN. DEFTONES. CHRIS STAPLETON. BLACK LABEL SOCIETY. BLACK SABBATH. KARNIVOOL. BOB SEGAR. DOORS. LINKIN PARK. LA MAFIA. EL GRUPO BRONCO. INQUETOS DEL NORTE. ALICE IN CHAINS
The drums on the new Leprous record, Malina, are inspiring. The diva in me likes Bishop Briggs. Circle Takes the Square's lyrics are a frickin maze. Glass Animals know how to paint a picture. I'm stoked for new Karnivool too!
Antemasque. They're awesome! "people forget," is the song. It kicks.
I wonder if Cedric Zavala listens to Motley Crue. His singing reminds me a lot of Vince Neil.
Vinnum Sabbathi is awesome https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dzc1EtY02EI
That new Mogwai album is solid. Good recommendation. The new Broken Social Scene album Hug Of Thunder is also great. Best thing they've put out since their self titled LP imo.
New album from The Contortionist is also solid af
elder & earthless
Doom side of the moon
This is the song you want to play if you want to impress the ladies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Og6VuuYcco
anything live by Tedeschi Trucks Band. Derek's slide work is the real deal!
Ruby the hatchet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9rE4vvvhZk
Type O Negative
New Danzig https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lu1UVwwNbWo
Came across these guys a couple years ago. Pretty interesting stuff, Their album "Fathom" Is slow to pick up but once you give it a few goes it gets better. The band is called Ceterum.
Paul D'amour's Feersum Ennjin - U Boats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnxkmUaiNkw
Also... Lesser Key
Completely forgot about Feersum Ennjin. I need to give Paul a play.
Feersum, hell yeah!
Resurrection of an old thread...
I found this AMAZING new band, Mother of Millions - Sigma:
That sounds great, thanks for sharing.... and a happy new year!
Colaris (band) - Nexus (album)
Really enjoy this album.
Log in to view exclusive content, get first dibs of tickets, and more.
Register to view exclusive content, get first dibs of tickets, and more.
We've updated our
effective May 25, 2018.
to learn more.