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  • #46
    Originally posted by telephant

    Well I downloaded mine and burned it and it has a good amount of low end on it.

    Definitely NOT as much as Nevermore though. So yeah, i think its just they way it was mixed. I read an interview with the vocalist though and he said they were definitely going for a kick ass rock album. Its got kind of an Guns N Roses style mix to it you know?


    Man, some of that heavy double kick stuff would be incredible with the modern low end on it. I think the disc would have been killer with modern production qualities, like big bottom, coupled with sometimes retro style.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by Bob Savage


      Man, some of that heavy double kick stuff would be incredible with the modern low end on it. I think the disc would have been killer with modern production qualities, like big bottom, coupled with sometimes retro style.


      The low end thumps hard in my Jeep, but I did notice I had to turn the bass up a bit more. With the new Nevermore disc I was actually turning the bass down...

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      • #48
        Originally posted by telephant


        The low end thumps hard in my Jeep, but I did notice I had to turn the bass up a bit more. With the new Nevermore disc I was actually turning the bass down...


        Yeah, I got a free metal compilation disc when I bought the Nevermore disc, and I think Meshugga blew a speaker for me.

        I don't dig the overboard bottom end amplitude, but I do like the girth they're acheiving on newer metal productions.
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        • #49
          Originally posted by MSirrine



          I work with Mudrock (their producer) and have talked with M. Shadows and out of his very own mouth he has said that he never ever injured his voice, had any sort of surgery on his voice or anything of the kind. Those are entirely rumors. He doesn't scream anymore because he chooses not to and the rest of the band wanted it that way as well. They are trying to vear from the metalcore scene as much as possible, thats all. I'm not trying to single you out, I know a lot of other people were repeating it too but I just wanted to let it be known what I've heard directly from the singer himself.


          If this is true I stand corrected.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by telephant


            If this is true I stand corrected.


            Oh, well thanks a lot for giving me bogus info dude.
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            • #51
              Originally posted by Bob Savage


              Oh, well thanks a lot for giving me bogus info dude.


              What can I say? Im just a wealth of misinformed knowledge!

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              • #52
                Originally posted by telephant


                What can I say? Im just a wealth of misinformed knowledge!


                No worries, I'll forget it's bogus and end up telling all my friends anyway.
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                • #53
                  The Ubershcalls sound even better live. I love their guitar tone.
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                  • #54
                    anyone know why they wanted to change their genre from metalcore to like more powermetal influence(at least thats how i see it)? Personally I didnt like waking the fallen all that much. I dont really dig the singers style either but i liked his scream alot for some reason.
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                    • #55
                      They are more into 80's rock as it is, and I think they are probably tired of metalcore.
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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by MSirrine



                        I work with Mudrock (their producer) and have talked with M. Shadows and out of his very own mouth he has said that he never ever injured his voice, had any sort of surgery on his voice or anything of the kind. Those are entirely rumors. He doesn't scream anymore because he chooses not to and the rest of the band wanted it that way as well. They are trying to vear from the metalcore scene as much as possible, thats all. I'm not trying to single you out, I know a lot of other people were repeating it too but I just wanted to let it be known what I've heard directly from the singer himself.


                        hmm..i am friends with a couple of members of the band and shadows has told me on more than one occasion that a doctor advised him that he would not be able to talk by the time he was 40 if he kept screaming. he never got specific into the blood vessel and things but the bottom line is his voice WAS getting injured from screaming, he CAN still scream (and he does live and a few times for texture on the new cd) and they DONT LIKE screaming any more or being labled as a screamo or a gothic kind of band.
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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by nrarocks
                          The Ubershcalls sound even better live. I love their guitar tone.


                          yeah there live tone is just sick! it used to be very boomy and loose sounding but for their summer shows they have bought Mudrock with them to engineer their sound and they are sounding sick live. they also are putting on great shows now.
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                          • #58
                            I seen them live, it was my younger kids first concert. They are his favorite band, and have become one of my favorites. Waken the Fallen rock. My favorite songs are #12, #4 #7, I never learn song names, just go thorugh on my cars CD player, it's like that with all bands.

                            Met the band after the gig and they all seemed pretty down to earth. Nice guys. Signed a buncha stuff for my kid, like the belt buckle I bought him, and the shirt he bought. They were pretty cool in my eyes, to hang with the kids after.

                            I told my kid "enjoy this now, enjoy being this close, because next time they come, they'll be at the coliseum." M Shadows chuckled and said thanks for the vote of confidence.



                            Great buncha guys.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by shred-o-holic
                              Yup the singer blew his voice out and had to be completely trained/rehabbed. That's why they broke away from screamo......he can't do it any more. That's also why the other band members share in the singing now......I don't really care for the direction they've taken. My bass player loves it though...


                              After hearing the single on the radio, I just listened to all the downloads offered on their site. The music kicks ass on all, but the new vocals are a HUGE step in the right direction.

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                              • #60
                                My guitarist and I were flipping through channels and we came up on a video. It looked like Good Charlotte and sounded even worse, and we could not stop laughing. I totally figured it to be a joke. I thought it was a parody video for a humorous take on fashion-forward hardcore, but then it was real, and it was Avenged Sevenfold...and I haven't stopped clowning on them ever since.
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