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PetitnaindesĪles 11/08/12 09:42 AM

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Originally Posted by WeltallAY (Post 115177002)
Adema's self titled is to this day one of my all time favorites. Still has a very unique sound. I started a nü-metal thread awhile back. Other great ones; Sw1tched, Ill Nińo, and 40 below summer.

damn i think i had one of their songs on a 2003 sampler (i think it was called "self medicate" or something, i still have the chorus stuck in my head), were their full lenghts decent for the genre ?

WeltallAY 11/08/12 10:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Mario57 (Post 115185772)
damn i think i had one of their songs on a 2003 sampler (i think it was called "self medicate" or something, i still have the chorus stuck in my head), were their full lenghts decent for the genre ?


Definitely, Invitation To the dance (their best) was my favorite CD for years. I still find it unique and it's worth seeking out. Now it can seem immature (nü-metal often was) but listen to the songs Step into the sideshow, rope, and still life.

Acad08 11/08/12 11:00 AM

Not too keen on the album as a whole, but my favorite part is the quarter note triplet tempo modulation in Princeton Ave! LEGIT!

DiscosBack 11/08/12 11:46 AM

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Originally Posted by theintention (Post 115177982)
Why did a dubstep song need to be on this EP? Terrible one at that.

It's trap.

DiscosBack 11/08/12 12:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Mario57 (Post 115185772)
damn i think i had one of their songs on a 2003 sampler (i think it was called "self medicate" or something, i still have the chorus stuck in my head), were their full lenghts decent for the genre ?


Archael 11/08/12 12:40 PM

terrible terrible terrible

theintention 11/08/12 01:12 PM

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Originally Posted by DiscosBack (Post 115191152)
It's trap.


Who fucking cares? It's awful, doesn't match the music, and is tacky. And I am a fan of EDM.

TerrancePryor 11/08/12 02:03 PM

What the hell is up with those lyrics?

blackmold 11/08/12 02:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Paris1nFlames (Post 115181452)
I know exactly what screamo was originally, and that this type of music has falsely took over the name due to ignorance... I was simply referring to it that way because that's how the kids on this site talk... shut the fuck up and don't critrque me on what lamens terms I decide on using


Chill out bro.

DiscosBack 11/08/12 03:18 PM

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Originally Posted by theintention (Post 115195482)
Who fucking cares? It's awful, doesn't match the music, and is tacky. And I am a fan of EDM.

You must be mad they ran the trap.

pepster50 11/09/12 07:24 AM

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Originally Posted by KILL YOURSELF (Post 115170382)
What does this even mean?

it means they don't sound like every single other chugga chugga generic breakdown band. Atleast they bring something new to the table. Now does it work? Thats a listeners opinion but I actually enjoyed it. Is it amazing? Definately not, but those first 3 songs are really catchy and surprisingly I can stomach through the cheesy chug chug parts. Which I can't say about 85% of the rest of the genre, so these guys must be doing something right.

jenovaproject 11/09/12 02:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Mario57 (Post 115185772)
damn i think i had one of their songs on a 2003 sampler (i think it was called "self medicate" or something, i still have the chorus stuck in my head), were their full lenghts decent for the genre ?

Adema's self-titled is surprisingly good still.....

PetitnaindesĪles 11/09/12 02:52 PM

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Originally Posted by WeltallAY (Post 115187962)
Definitely, Invitation To the dance (their best) was my favorite CD for years. I still find it unique and it's worth seeking out. Now it can seem immature (nü-metal often was) but listen to the songs Step into the sideshow, rope, and still life.

thanks, i don't know if it's because of my age (i was veeeeeeeeeery young when i got into music by listening to nu metal bands) but i still have a soft spot for some nu metal bands like Sevendust, Lostprophets first album, and a lot of french ones. i'll check them out later

PetitnaindesĪles 11/09/12 02:54 PM

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Originally Posted by DiscosBack (Post 115191982)

hmm it sounds solid, it kinda sounds similar to Eighteen Visions and Unwritten Law's old stuff