DominoNine t1_j289vof wrote

I will also add, if you just want to wallow on New Years Eve then the only real answer to the question is My December by Linkin Park. The perfect answer to a question people are either too ashamed or afraid to ask in a time when everyone around you just seems a bit too happy for how you're feeling inside.


DominoNine t1_j289gyf wrote

I don't about scream crying but I can get into a really weird emotional place with Sober by Tool, if you've ever seen the live video of this song you know what I mean. Even before I saw that video I would get in that same sort of place that James Maynard Keenan was in at that performance when I sang along to it.


DominoNine t1_j289087 wrote

They are absolutely fantastic and as soon as I get paid I'm going to see if I can't get a ticket to see them on tour with Royal Blood because it seems like the perfect show on paper. I think they are fantastic because even though I think about 40% of their discography is at best naf and worst unlistenable they will continue to experiment and make the music they want to make and I can't help but respect them for that.


DominoNine t1_j20u9pb wrote

Megadeth - Countdown To Extinction Alice In Chains - Dirt Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark Darkthrone - A Blaze In The Northern Sky Pantera - Vulgar Display Of Power

Some honourable mentions

Tom Waits - Bone Machine Dr Dre - The Chronic The Cure - Wish The Pharcyde - Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde


DominoNine t1_j1vx5ts wrote

This is based on a faulty premise. I don't want to get too into the weeds but Patrick Mahomes isn't undeniably the best and it's not by such a great amount even if he was the best (which he isn't). Its a ridiculous question as well because no one is like that in the music industry anyways.


DominoNine t1_j1tl815 wrote

I'd say try and focus your listening and try bridging the gap to new things by grounding it in styles and bands you already listen to. Honestly if you're a picky listener it's probably just going to take a while to find new stuff and you may just not be in the right frame of mind or mood to listen to new stuff. You may want to listen to new stuff but you're still not in the right mood and that can just ruin your experience so just wait until you're in the mood to try new things and then listen to it in a new headspace and see where you go on your adventure.


DominoNine t1_j1t6ruq wrote

A couple of ones for me would be Fabled Machine of Old by Dead Melodies, fantastic Ambient album but if you are looking for something not Ambient then try the Soundtrack for What Remains of Edith Finch by Jeff Russo, or the soundtrack to Normal People by Stephen Rennicks. But if you want something that isn't Ambient, a soundtrack or an Ambient soundtrack then try basically anything by Natalie Evans because she makes fantastic chilled out Math Pop.