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  1. I'll admit I had to go google the band there as it's been a good 20 years since I was into the scene. Saying that, Bill Steer was my idol in 1990. Did not know about Ken's illness. Good to know he managed to recover enough to show he still had it in him after all that. He could drum at some speed right enough and his drum solo's were insane.
  2. That would've been class. Did Carcass have the projector on? I vaguely remember them projecting various medical operations and war images onto a screen behind them whilst they played their set. That was crazy for a gig, the crowd were going mental for it. Never seen anything like it since. Can also remember a Kreator gig at calton studios around the same time where the support was Death, just after Chuck had left. Some mad bastard dived from the balcony. Edit: Just read it was 1990 and Chuck had refused to do the Euro tour but the band went ahead and did it anyway. Always wondered why t
  3. Saw them at the Venue in Edinburgh circa 1989/90/91 (cannae mind the actual year). They were fucking fantastic.
  4. Loved that album. Saw them tour it along with Pestillence and Cancer. Brilliant live.
  5. Cheers mate. Haven't really listened to much Death Metal in the past 20 odd years so just looking to hear what the scene's like nowadays. I'm slowly getting back into my metal at the moment so will check out all the bands you've listed on my phone at lunchtime.
  6. Here mate what's good death metal these days? Was really into it in the late 80's early 90's but got out of the scene. Used to like bands like Death, Morbid Angel, Malevolent Creation, Pestillence etc.
  7. I felt exactly the same at first as well mate. The missus loved the game for that though so they're doing something right imo if they can get impatient fuckers like my wife interested. I still enjoyed the combat. They changed it just enough to make it accessible to noobs and kept just enough in to appeal to oldies like ourselves.
  8. I also thought it was pretty fantastic. Problem is that folks were brought up on the earlier ones that gave you a lot more freedom to do what you want. 13's a bit linear so some folks hate that. I just enjoy any of the FF games. The differences don't bother me that much as long as you can still grind away on some bits.
  9. Not even tried yet tbh. Thanks for the info though, I'll give it a bash soon and let you know. Still got a mountain of other games to play so if I got in about the FF on the emulator that'd bring me up to about 7 games on the go and I really want to enjoy the FF ones for the PS.
  10. They are pretty brilliant Martin. You should get 7, 8 and 9 for the PS emulator. If you can get a DS emulator then the remakes of 3 and 4 are pretty good as well.
  11. Aye it gets better. Not much but still better. I didn't enjoy XIII until right near the end. I think it was then that I realised what you can actually do in it.
  12. If I ever become a ghost I'll certainly be wanking at folk.
  13. Invisible gays? Shit, I knew there was something going on. Wondered why he always howked at his arse.
  14. You could be a medium of sorts. I knew a boy from school who is now a fully fledged psychic medium and one of the things he tries to explain is that he gets a sort of tugging on his ear before the spirits speak to him. I'm not too sure I beleive him but it could be possible.
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