Why Heavy Records Suck Today

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  1. metaller

    metaller Rock Star

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    Every Hardcore, Metalcore song I listen to:
     
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    Deep Purple In Rock. Recorded in 1969.

    Still amazing.

    Still heavy as fuck.

    Still brilliant.
     
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    why POP airy music and Synths will suck tomorrow?
     
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    Mh, this phenomena is way older than just a few month.

    Overcompressing/limiting highscore goes back to 2008 with Metallica's Death Magnetic.

    No RR samples for snares and stuff are also used for more than 10 years.

    Sadly, he didn't name any examples where this is not the case with commercially successful HM bands.
     
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    Is Tool considered HM or just Tool-like?
     
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