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Ovid's Withering

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  • Xfing

    This band is fucking amazing, probably my favorite band recently. GO OVDI

    18. Jul., 15:18 Antworten
  • Syndicaidramon

    Pretty good, but would've been better without the breakdowns.

    23. Mai., 0:19 Antworten
  • spideralex90

    'His Kingdom would forever spill from the sky in mockery of the gods that drowned at his feet.' God I love the spoken part of Earthshaker II.

    14. Mai., 4:20 Antworten
  • Deduct

    Best band

    6. Mai., 7:35 Antworten
  • Ale34

    I love the blend of brutality and black metal like sound. Its brilliant, why haven't I heard of these guys until now?

    10. Apr., 4:52 Antworten
  • HavikK

    Fans of BoO, The Faceless, Rings of Saturn, Abiotic, The HAARP Machine, Ovid's Withering etc. check out the new full length by Nexilva out now on Subliminal Groove Records. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4AyCPD-EHA

    10. Apr., 3:57 Antworten
  • HavikK

    subliminalcore*.

    10. Apr., 3:56 Antworten
  • Xfing

    Sanity Theorist actually knows his shit and understands stuff. BTW this defninitely isn't deathcore, more like sumeriancore if anything. Mixed with djent, black metal and symphony. A much better band than say, Veil of Maya or Born of Osiris. I wish them best of luck for the future!

    9. Apr., 11:32 Antworten
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I recommend Carach Angren for fans of their black metal side...it's one of their MIDI symphonics influences and they manage to actually hook me unlike most black metal bands.

    9. Mär., 3:08 Antworten
  • Sanity_Theorist

    I actually don't mind breakdowns at all, they can be awesome. It's how uninspired they tend to be in deathcore that disappoint me. What really stands out to me in this band is the black metal vocal parts/keyboards, though...feels more unique for it.

    2. Mär., 18:31 Antworten
  • aphoticapathy

    Excellent..

    11. Feb., 16:07 Antworten
  • if1rst

    nice

    8. Feb., 23:47 Antworten
  • cletus77

    Kudos for that quote "it's like going into a Mexican restaurant expecting Indian food"

    3. Feb., 21:56 Antworten
  • D03D33R

    Winter in Tomis kickin my ass

    31. Jan., 23:06 Antworten
  • xVictimOfADownx

    @Irenarch True, but I don't think these guys fall under that personally.

    28. Jan., 16:43 Antworten
  • VN1X

    Fucking hell this is hellishly good. Them grooves.

    28. Jan., 0:21 Antworten
  • Irenarch

    There's a difference between 'don't have breakdowns' and 'have breakdowns that make sense', though. When properly applied, a breakdown is a perfect catharsis of strong songwriting (see Earthshaker II, for instance). They're just a tool to provoke a particular reaction in the audience. Where songwriting is weak, however, breakdowns become a crutch; basically, "shit, I can't think of a proper transition between these two sections... let's just chug for a while". They become padding - an artificial extension of the length of the song to conceal a lack of creative ideas. Too many breakdowns in awkward places, as a result, usually means that the band's standard of songwriting is quite poor.

    19. Jan., 18:09 Antworten
  • xVictimOfADownx

    That is true, but I mean it's like going into a Mexican restaurant expecting Indian food; you are going to have a bad time going into checking out a deathcore band and expecting limited breakdowns :P.

    19. Jan., 0:38 Antworten
  • Sanity_Theorist

    These guys manage to be too heavy for me. I'm impressed.

    17. Jan., 22:44 Antworten
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Breakdowns are supposed to be the climax of a musical buildup rather than the majority of the song. Too many breakdowns is like building a brick wall exclusively out of mortar and leaving all the actual bricks to the side. [2] And this is why I like almost no deathcore bands, alongside how sloppy most of the vocal layering is. Vildhjarta and Ovid's Withering are pretty sweet, at least.

    15. Jan., 16:44 Antworten
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