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Scarily talented bastards, more like.
The lead singer, however, IS a scary bastard.
"RAAAAAH!!" or summit.
Stacked. As. Fuck.
Meet him in a boxing ring, I would not like.
doesnt that link go to early System Of A Down?
it starts with a little SOAD and then goes to DEP. i was there for that. if you look to the back of the crowd, you can just about see me being convinced by my mate campbell that theyre just a poor man's chimaera (sp)
...over your head from three feet away?
You know NOTHING of fear for Greg Puciato.
I love a bit of heavy music on the occasion but (and I'm gonna sound really old or something here), they just sound like a load of noise to me - I like some sort of melody to be evident somewhere. They look like a right laugh live though.
when they chuck their own faeces into the audience.
that's just gross. Obviously if I went to see them I wouldn't be anywhere near the front.
that only happened once. And it was a tribute to Puddle Of Mudd.
is it because Puddle of Mudd are shit?
...but it's really a lot more than just that. The guitar playing, the jazzy rhythms...it's all extremely complex stuff.
I think DEP appeals to people who like either VERY loud metal or those who appreciate the complexities within their sound (i.e unusual time sigs, polyrhythms etc).
All very pretensious, but still...
i'm not really a fan of heavy music and the only way I like a heavy band is if they aren't actually very heavy (blood brothers, MoRL) or if they have really obvious tunes (ETID)
Time signatures do nothing for me :(
their most recent album was practically pop!
Sunshine The Werewolf?
We Are The Storm?
Hardly pop tunes.
was at Leeds 200(3?4?) when they played the tent. Greg told people to start climbing up the main tentpole and a few people obliged. One guy got very very high and looked like he was going to fall off. The set got stopped until he came back down again, but I was convinced he was going to fall on me. It was horrible!
...the first time I saw Dillinger live and it changed me.
he threw a pint glass at the wall above the doorway at the rios in bradford and showered me, my dad and lots of other punters with shards of broken glass.
good book about John Dillinger last year/year before.
I can't watch these youtube things. I get about three seconds then it stops for ten and just keeps doing that.
is you open the video in a new window, pause it, and the half an hour later youre shuttingh down your programs, and you realise its all dled. so you watch it then.
you can get a whole load getting ready, and then watch them all hard.
change vocalists? the new album has a different vocalist on it im sure? its not the same guy who shat on the main stage at reading anymore.
he was new then. He likes Mike Patton too much.
You mean in terms of vocals?
Miss Machine is definitely more FNM/Tomahawky. It might not be his fault entirely. I don't like some of the stuff on it very much.
worth getting? i've got a few of their tracks on MP3 and off of comps. The ep with Mike Patton is damn good.
One of my most-played records of last year.
That's not to imply that I don't play it this year...
...because I do.
Miss Machine is a belting album. And Van Damsel has one of the most EVIL riffs of all time (about a minute and a half in). And Sunshine The Werewolf is my favourite of theirs.
Miss Machine kind of sucks. Quite badly.
Utter, utter crap.
Or is that just your "contribution"?
That neck can easily rival Henry Rollins' neck.
I LOVE METAL/DEP