Posts Tagged ‘technical’

Opeth Cover Black Sabbath and Napalm Death During Performance in Germany

Roadrunner Swedish progressive metal masters Opeth have the technical abilities to play almost any metal song ever written. During a tour stop in Germany, the band recently performed two legendary tracks, one of which is perhaps the world’s easiest metal song to play, mostly because it’s only two-seconds long. Opeth frontman Mikael Akerfeldt began to introduce the cover that group had planned on playing, ‘Solitude’ by Black Sabbath , but started to speak about how they had also covered Napalm Death ‘s ‘You Suffer’ in the past. After some cheers from the audience, Opeth performed ‘You Suffer’ in its two-second entirety for the exhilarated audience. Akerfeldt then went on to introduce ‘Solitude,’ a song that Opeth had played in the past. “Opeth, back in the day, in the early ’90s, we used to play this song. Back then I was really into making good-sounding rehearsal tapes, basically not proper studio demos, but you just have a tape recorder in the rehearsal room and record your band practice. And they had to be perfect, there couldn’t be any noise prior to the song or after the song, it had to be like a proper recording. I was very anal about that kind of thing.” He continues, “This song, we recorded and the drummer at the time had a cymbal on the drumstick, and it sounded perfect but in the end, he dropped the cymbal, [makes crashing noise] so I had to do it again. So don’t drop the f—ing cymbal.” Both Sabbath and Opeth fans are sure to appreciate this cover, as it’s masterfully pulled off by Akerfeldt and the boys. Opeth Perform Napalm Death’s ‘You Suffer’ and Black Sabbath’s ‘Solitude’ Live

The Faceless vs. Dethklok – Death Match

The Faceless have once again captured victory in our most recent Death Match, this time against extreme innovators Converge. The Faceless have obviously proven that they have the ability to defeat human musicians, but in this next Death Match, the technical deathcore act will face the world’s greatest cartoon metal act. Dethklok have taken some time off from their Cartoon Network program, ‘Metalocalypse,’ to create a new music video for

Mary Ouellette: Rock Photography Collection

When asked the question of what makes an awesome concert photo, the answer is purely a subjective one. Concert photographers aim to capture a special moment, a feeling, or the general vibe of a live show, all in one click – no pressure though. Mastering the technical side of photography is just one of the necessary elements of concert photography. Most season vets know the standard rule of ‘first three,

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