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Re: Cybermetal
October 13, 2009, 11:33:31 PM
Cyberpunk: did you mean digital hardcore or cybergrind? Industrial metal? Breakcore?

Cyberpunk is a science fiction genre. Blade Runner is a good example.

I think Conservationist's talking about song themes in this thread?

I hope that's not a wild guess... But the posts after the first three tell me I'm wrong.

Re: Cybermetal
October 14, 2009, 01:39:43 AM
Not actually "metal", but very extreme digitalism (grind fans would maybe be opened to this) is ATOMSMASHER (2001) by JAMES PLOTKIN.

Also NOISM's +/- album from last year. this one may give you a headache, really unhuman, but the one above is a more balanced work. I really like it.

Re: Cybermetal
October 28, 2009, 11:32:19 PM
What about Aborym?  "With No Human Intervention" would be a good album if its playing time were cut by about a 1/3rd.  The tittle song of that album has a pretty cool video... I like their black-light corpsepaint look quite a bit.  "Fire Walk With Us" and "Kali Yagaa Bizarre" both had some good points.  However, after listening to them I tend to have an uneasy feeling that I've just consumed a product and not listened to music...

Re: Cybermetal
November 17, 2009, 07:19:15 PM
I immediately thought of DBC for some reason. Although the lyrical themes do not reflect cybermetal, the music often does, imho.

Re: Cybermetal
November 19, 2009, 04:51:47 PM
i suppose Supuraton or SUP could be considered cybermetal. It isn't totally bad either, there are some interesting moments (on The Cube) albeit the clean vocals make me cringe.

Re: Cybermetal
September 04, 2010, 10:54:49 PM

I've found that on examination of http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qoHCIy1zA8Rok[/url]'s demeanor in interviews leaves distinction between bizarre self-depreciating nihilism and antisocial tendencies open to dispute. I also hear the occasional bit of talk about Dave Slave's bass videos but I disagree with the notion that speed equals compositional ability. Amusing, nonetheless.

The Monolith Deathcult's Trivmverate is cybermetal that explores the idea of differing levels of perception between different forms of life. The approach is thematically contra-metal, though it comes to the same conclusions as metal via an alternate conceptual path. A little plastic (see: Panzerchrist) but worth a listen.

Re: Cybermetal
September 04, 2010, 11:30:30 PM
The Kovenant


There are bad songs on their SETI album for sure, but I definitely think the song Cybertrash is top-notch.

Re: Cybermetal
September 05, 2010, 10:07:01 AM
Electric Doom Synthesis has some cyberpunk in there.

Re: Cybermetal
September 18, 2010, 08:08:57 AM
Blut aus Nord's The Work Which Transforms God has a dark industrial vibe to it in alot of spots, would definitely be worth looking into if you're into that kind of thing.