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*SirJustice* wrote on Feb 11th, 2009 2:27pm

Thirdly, I don't think Trivium sounds anything like metallica, maybe their voices, but last time I checked hetfield doesn't scream. A more accurate compairison would be to Megadeth. And as long as were voicing opinions just about every technical death metal bands out there sound the same. There's not a of bands that sound like Trivium or A7X, granted they both have their flaws, such as A7X's Vocalist. You're right he's completly obnoxious but I still dont know if I would prefer Dave Mustaines Acapella hah.

Lastly, I only commented in the first place, not because no one liked their CD, but because fans reacted so harshly to it. Yeah I understand if its not what you expected but if you dont like it, then dont listen to it. Don't whine or hate them.
Also, I apologize if my first comment wasn't clear or didn't properly convey what I was tryng to get across.

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*SirJustice* wrote on Feb 11th, 2009 2:27pm

First off, I didn't say that I didn't like Cryptopsy, only that I'm not a HUGE fan. I own None So Vile and I rather like the CD, I thought it was a good record. And yes the article was complete crap, it was horrendous.

Secondly I brought Trivium and A7X up because they kept getting mentioned in every other comment. Yes these bands are obviously very different from cryptopsy and each other, but my point was that both those bands took risks and tried different directions in their careers such as A7X going from City of Evil to Avenged Sevenfold which were complete opposites. And the same goes for Trivium's The Crusade to Shogun. They did what Cryptopsy tried to do, and that was the only reason I brought them. They're very different bands trying to acomplish the same goal.

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forsaknazrael wrote on Feb 3rd, 2009 6:07pm

Read your comment in that Van Halen article. Clearly you've never seen any live videos of Van Halen back in the day...EVH played with plenty of feeling.

TBH, Randy has better and cleaner technique than Eddie; so I'd say your point that Eddie is "pure cold technique" isn't worth anything. No doubt, Randy had better compositional abilities; he's got some great chord progressions, and a very classical element to his playing; But EVH revolutionized electric guitar, some would say to the same degree that Hendrix did (not comparing the two, read carefully...) and you can't argue with that.
Yes, Ace Frehley did tapping before EVH. So did Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top. So did Jeff Beck. So did Brian May of Queen. But no one took it to the next level like EVH. You may not like his playing style or his music, but he's a good player.

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industria wrote on Dec 16th, 2008 1:37am

u suck, appetite for destruction was the best album ever

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ricric talipan wrote on Oct 15th, 2008 8:23am

ur bloody right pal,,,,he realy sucks but im an avid fan of that yngwie anyways,,i have mastered his neo classic formula

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