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Joshua Herbert 2017-12-02
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A neural network artificial intelligence algorithm by Dadabots has created an original hard-rocking death metal album called Coditany of Timeness without using a single guitar, drum, or even a vocalist.

The post AI bots just dropped a death metal album that will make your head explode appeared first on Digital Trends.

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William Jones 2018-04-29
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Mild spoilers ahead for Silicon Valley’s Season 5, Episode 3

In a recent episode of HBO’s Silicon Valley, Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) reveals that he mines bitcoin as a side gig — but only when the price is above a certain value.

He creates an alert that plays the 1.36 second death metal song “You Suffer” by Napalm Death whenever bitcoin rises or drops so he can remote toggle his rig at home.

Given the volatility of bitcoin and the volume of the song, this quickly becomes annoying and becomes a recurring theme throughout the episode.

Now, an Icelandic website design agency called Viska has created a web version of Gilfoyle’s death metal alert — which is just as startling as promised.

Sindri Guðmundsson from Viska explained that his company watches Silicon Valley as a weekly event while a season is airing and that the team built the tool “just for fun.” The Viska team wrote a simple Javascript plugin that fetches the price of bitcoin from Coincap.io, then built the site off Wordpress, all within three hours.

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Kenneth Mulcahy 2019-04-29
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Two engineers who love music got an idea.

So they built an ai that streams new death metal 24 hours a day.

On with the headphones and get ready to be swept away in a dödsmetalens flowery fragrant world.

In the player below you can listen to an endless stream of very core, which is generated by the ai.

apparently don't need all the very core written by teens from the dark of the Nordic countries.

CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski has three things in common.

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Noa Roy 2021-10-21
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By and large, when you go out to purchase a top item, we're encouraged to purchase a specific set for "paying attention to the metal".

Unmistakably insufficient time has been devoted to complete the exploration as we're as yet not certain which subgenre this set is best fit towards!

All things considered, this is what we found while attempting to track down the best set.

This would baffle those whose spending plan was limited to two or three hundred bucks!

These 6 sets are inspected beneath and we additionally give information regarding what subgenres these jars impeccably performed with.Have a fast perused underneath to discover… Top Premium Sets 2021 Incredible for death metal what are the best headphones for metal music Fostex AMS-TH-610 Premium 1 Tesla Sound system Headphones Type: Fixed unique sort Driver: 50mm Neodymium Magnet/bio Dinah stomach/link: 3m Y type unadulterated copper (separable connector terminal: 2 pin, rhodium plating detail)/body side separable section: 2-pin (Terminal: gold-plated base rhodium plating determination)/plug : breadth 6.3mm gold-plated sound system standard attachment Generation recurrence band: 5~45,000Hz/Affectability: 98dB/mW/impedance: 25/most extreme information: 1,800mW Weight: around 375g (excluding code) Extras: Leather-like pocket Fostex is a name that has been in the shadows in the music business.

good headphones for metal  Get an additional a three-month service contract by enrolling your items on our authority site.

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James Mccullough 2019-04-22
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Puzzlomaly is a death metal album that sounds like others from the genre: it’s filled with screeching vocals, bludgeoning beats and dizzying guitar solos.

However, the record – which you can listen to on Bandcamp or in the widget below – wasn’t produced by actual musicians.

Rather, it was created by a pair of technologists, CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski, using a deep a deep learning algorithm they created.

It listened to an actual record – Psyopus’ Ideas of Reference in this case – 29 times over several days before recreating an approximated version that captures the musical elements of the original.

The results are not wholly human.

The vocals are distorted, the rhythm is way too aggressive, even by metal standards, and there is no pause for a breather.

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Ronald Breau 2017-12-01
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An artificial intelligence recently released a death metal album created entirely by algorithms.

Because it’s actually quite good.

DADABOTS’ debut album was created, musically, by a neural-network studying the work of a human metal band called Krallice.

“Coditany of Timeness” by DADABOTS:

The album’s name, and the titles of the songs, were conceived by another AI.

And the artwork for the album cover was created by yet another algorithm.

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0
Eric Calvillo 2016-07-29

Ozzy Osbourne biting off a bat s head.

Lemmy drinking a bottle of Jack Daniels every day, then switching to vodka for health reasons.

Metal has no shortage of iconic moments of violence and excess.

These are great questions that data scientist Iain Barr answered by mathematically proving the most and least metal words in heavy metaldom.

The Beauty and Total Illegibility of Extreme Metal Logos

While You Were Offline: Metal Band Party Cannon Turns Its Logo Up to 11

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0
pramendra yadav 2018-12-14
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A beat that makes you want to move.

Lyrics that speak to your heart and head.

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

I listen to so many pops, rock, melodic death metal, rap but this song out of all is my personal favorite, for me, this song is the best.

Just my personal opinion though, even Michael’s own songs doesn’t come close to this one, with his dance this song is pure epic.

This is Katy Perry’s best song.

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0
Axl Stanley 2021-04-22

Suicide Silence is a contemporary death metal band from Riverside, California.

The atmosphere there was pretty cool but not as cool as the actual show.

Their songs are great, but the crowd seemed to forget about the vocals when they played songs from their self-titled album.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_Silence They played some classics from their self-titled album, including the songs "Iris" and "Love Again".

There was nothing about the band that came together to create one amazing live show.

Cheap Suicide Silence Houston Tickets are available on Houstonbrite, ticket discount coupons also available.

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0
Robert Tuohy 2021-03-19
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Rolling over the Martian stones toward a drop-off for the Ingenuity Helicopter

Ever wondered what it sounds like to drive on Mars? The answer involves clonks, squeaks, and a distressing amount of scratching.…

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Raymond Powers 2017-02-22
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A giant worm with terrifying jaws has caught researchers eyes, who say the huge extinct marine worm is a new species known to science.

What s more, it s been named after the bass player from a death metal band called Cannibal Corpse.

The scientists discovered the fossilized remains of the worm not in the wild, but in a museum.

The worm fossil and others had actually been in Canada s Royal Ontario Museum since 1994, after a researcher took samples from a remote site in Ontario only reachable by helicopter.

Based on the fossil, they think the worm was over three feet long and had jaws over a quarter of an inch in size.

Usually, the jaws of these kinds of worm are much tinier.

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Steven Jones 2017-05-27
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Club editors create a list of 25 or so songs, both recent and "classic," then invite current bands to choose one from the list, create their own version of that song and then come to the A.V.

My fave discovery so far?

That would be Wye Oak's very poignant take on Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" from Season 4.

Also well worth checking out are death metal cartoon band GWAR's several reworkings of a number of later 20th century rock staples, ranging from Kansas' "Carry On Wayward Son" to "West End Girls" by the Pet Shop Boys, nearly all NSFW and all screamingly funny.

Maria's soothing nature helps millions of viewers to relieve stress, unwind, and gently fall to sleep.

Simple premise: how to cook your favorite food from your favorite TV/movies.

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0
James Dalporto 2019-10-19
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The pure existential rage radiating from Sanrio’s Aggretsuko is so powerful that it can no longer be contained in the form of just an animated series.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Black Mage’s Daniel Barnes and D.J.

Kirkland are working on a new Aggretsuko comics series for Oni Press that will further explore the inner life of the series’ hero, Retsuko, an overworked red panda who deals with her bottled-up rage by drinking heavily and rocking out to death metal.

In a statement about the new series, both Barnes and Kirkland expressed how their their own personal experiences working jobs with oppressively banal office cultures made it all too easy to identify with Retsuko, who’s particularly relatable in a way that most other Sanrio characters aren’t.

“Growing up, I’ve loved so many of the Sanrio characters like Badtz Maru and Pochacco.

But after meeting Retsuko, she has definitely taken the crown,” Kirkland said.

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Charles Rodriguez 2018-07-02
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Spotify just found out there’s such a thing as too much Drake.

This weekend, Spotify users were bombarded with the stern visage of Aubrey “Drake” Graham as part of a promotional deal, known as “ScorpionSZN,” meant to promote the artist’s latest album, Scorpion.

While Drake is definitely a household name, that doesn’t mean everyone on Spotify was happy about the artist taking over the streaming platform, especially when some Spotify-created playlists that featured Drake’s photo were in fact devoid of the titular artist.

Spotify: hey, we make playlists catered to your unique tastes.

Spotify user: listens to 18 hours of Mongolian throat singing, Icelandic drumming bands and a peruvian death metal band.

On Reddit, user Jakebirdseye complained that, according to their count, less than half of the playlists featuring Drake on the playlist cover actually contained the artist’s songs.

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Thomas Owens 2018-06-21
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Sicario: Day of the Soldado starts with people obliterated by explosions, and things just get worse from there.

The first Sicario took us on a nightmarish trip across the arid border dividing the USA's drug users and Mexico's shockingly vicious drug cartels.

It set up a world where the border between the two countries is as diffuse and ill-defined as the line between supposed good guys and bad guys.

Which brings us to those inciting explosions, as suicide bombers cross the border and decimate a midwestern superstore.

It's a shocking opening gambit that sees writer Taylor Sheridan broaden the Sicario story to address even bigger concerns than the first film, expanding from the war on drugs to the war on terror.

Within moments, US commandos are parachuting into Somalia and renditioning prisoners to black sites in Djibouti.

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0
Jose Hilton 2016-05-25
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Helping people find new music isn t easy, as is proven by the number of standalone services aimed at helping people do exactly that.

Last year, Spotify introduced Discovery Weekly, a custom playlist created for each user and tailored to their specific tastes, and as the company revealed today, plenty of listeners are using it.

In a post on the company s blog published today, Spotify revealed that more than 40 million listeners have used Discovery Weekly since its launch in July 2015.

First, it seems that Discovery Weekly keeps users listening longer: more than half of those listening to the playlist listen to at least 10 songs, and the same number of listeners saved at least one song to a playlist of their own.

Artists BØRNS and Halsey both saw their music discovered by more than a million new users thanks to the playlists.

Your death metal band might not do as well though, as the top genres streamed via Discovery Weekly are pop, indietronica, and indie pop.

collect
0
Joshua Herbert 2017-12-02
img

A neural network artificial intelligence algorithm by Dadabots has created an original hard-rocking death metal album called Coditany of Timeness without using a single guitar, drum, or even a vocalist.

The post AI bots just dropped a death metal album that will make your head explode appeared first on Digital Trends.

Kenneth Mulcahy 2019-04-29
img

Two engineers who love music got an idea.

So they built an ai that streams new death metal 24 hours a day.

On with the headphones and get ready to be swept away in a dödsmetalens flowery fragrant world.

In the player below you can listen to an endless stream of very core, which is generated by the ai.

apparently don't need all the very core written by teens from the dark of the Nordic countries.

CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski has three things in common.

James Mccullough 2019-04-22
img

Puzzlomaly is a death metal album that sounds like others from the genre: it’s filled with screeching vocals, bludgeoning beats and dizzying guitar solos.

However, the record – which you can listen to on Bandcamp or in the widget below – wasn’t produced by actual musicians.

Rather, it was created by a pair of technologists, CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski, using a deep a deep learning algorithm they created.

It listened to an actual record – Psyopus’ Ideas of Reference in this case – 29 times over several days before recreating an approximated version that captures the musical elements of the original.

The results are not wholly human.

The vocals are distorted, the rhythm is way too aggressive, even by metal standards, and there is no pause for a breather.

Eric Calvillo 2016-07-29

Ozzy Osbourne biting off a bat s head.

Lemmy drinking a bottle of Jack Daniels every day, then switching to vodka for health reasons.

Metal has no shortage of iconic moments of violence and excess.

These are great questions that data scientist Iain Barr answered by mathematically proving the most and least metal words in heavy metaldom.

The Beauty and Total Illegibility of Extreme Metal Logos

While You Were Offline: Metal Band Party Cannon Turns Its Logo Up to 11

Axl Stanley 2021-04-22

Suicide Silence is a contemporary death metal band from Riverside, California.

The atmosphere there was pretty cool but not as cool as the actual show.

Their songs are great, but the crowd seemed to forget about the vocals when they played songs from their self-titled album.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suicide_Silence They played some classics from their self-titled album, including the songs "Iris" and "Love Again".

There was nothing about the band that came together to create one amazing live show.

Cheap Suicide Silence Houston Tickets are available on Houstonbrite, ticket discount coupons also available.

Raymond Powers 2017-02-22
img

A giant worm with terrifying jaws has caught researchers eyes, who say the huge extinct marine worm is a new species known to science.

What s more, it s been named after the bass player from a death metal band called Cannibal Corpse.

The scientists discovered the fossilized remains of the worm not in the wild, but in a museum.

The worm fossil and others had actually been in Canada s Royal Ontario Museum since 1994, after a researcher took samples from a remote site in Ontario only reachable by helicopter.

Based on the fossil, they think the worm was over three feet long and had jaws over a quarter of an inch in size.

Usually, the jaws of these kinds of worm are much tinier.

James Dalporto 2019-10-19
img

The pure existential rage radiating from Sanrio’s Aggretsuko is so powerful that it can no longer be contained in the form of just an animated series.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Black Mage’s Daniel Barnes and D.J.

Kirkland are working on a new Aggretsuko comics series for Oni Press that will further explore the inner life of the series’ hero, Retsuko, an overworked red panda who deals with her bottled-up rage by drinking heavily and rocking out to death metal.

In a statement about the new series, both Barnes and Kirkland expressed how their their own personal experiences working jobs with oppressively banal office cultures made it all too easy to identify with Retsuko, who’s particularly relatable in a way that most other Sanrio characters aren’t.

“Growing up, I’ve loved so many of the Sanrio characters like Badtz Maru and Pochacco.

But after meeting Retsuko, she has definitely taken the crown,” Kirkland said.

Thomas Owens 2018-06-21
img

Sicario: Day of the Soldado starts with people obliterated by explosions, and things just get worse from there.

The first Sicario took us on a nightmarish trip across the arid border dividing the USA's drug users and Mexico's shockingly vicious drug cartels.

It set up a world where the border between the two countries is as diffuse and ill-defined as the line between supposed good guys and bad guys.

Which brings us to those inciting explosions, as suicide bombers cross the border and decimate a midwestern superstore.

It's a shocking opening gambit that sees writer Taylor Sheridan broaden the Sicario story to address even bigger concerns than the first film, expanding from the war on drugs to the war on terror.

Within moments, US commandos are parachuting into Somalia and renditioning prisoners to black sites in Djibouti.

William Jones 2018-04-29
img

Mild spoilers ahead for Silicon Valley’s Season 5, Episode 3

In a recent episode of HBO’s Silicon Valley, Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) reveals that he mines bitcoin as a side gig — but only when the price is above a certain value.

He creates an alert that plays the 1.36 second death metal song “You Suffer” by Napalm Death whenever bitcoin rises or drops so he can remote toggle his rig at home.

Given the volatility of bitcoin and the volume of the song, this quickly becomes annoying and becomes a recurring theme throughout the episode.

Now, an Icelandic website design agency called Viska has created a web version of Gilfoyle’s death metal alert — which is just as startling as promised.

Sindri Guðmundsson from Viska explained that his company watches Silicon Valley as a weekly event while a season is airing and that the team built the tool “just for fun.” The Viska team wrote a simple Javascript plugin that fetches the price of bitcoin from Coincap.io, then built the site off Wordpress, all within three hours.

Noa Roy 2021-10-21
img

By and large, when you go out to purchase a top item, we're encouraged to purchase a specific set for "paying attention to the metal".

Unmistakably insufficient time has been devoted to complete the exploration as we're as yet not certain which subgenre this set is best fit towards!

All things considered, this is what we found while attempting to track down the best set.

This would baffle those whose spending plan was limited to two or three hundred bucks!

These 6 sets are inspected beneath and we additionally give information regarding what subgenres these jars impeccably performed with.Have a fast perused underneath to discover… Top Premium Sets 2021 Incredible for death metal what are the best headphones for metal music Fostex AMS-TH-610 Premium 1 Tesla Sound system Headphones Type: Fixed unique sort Driver: 50mm Neodymium Magnet/bio Dinah stomach/link: 3m Y type unadulterated copper (separable connector terminal: 2 pin, rhodium plating detail)/body side separable section: 2-pin (Terminal: gold-plated base rhodium plating determination)/plug : breadth 6.3mm gold-plated sound system standard attachment Generation recurrence band: 5~45,000Hz/Affectability: 98dB/mW/impedance: 25/most extreme information: 1,800mW Weight: around 375g (excluding code) Extras: Leather-like pocket Fostex is a name that has been in the shadows in the music business.

good headphones for metal  Get an additional a three-month service contract by enrolling your items on our authority site.

Ronald Breau 2017-12-01
img

An artificial intelligence recently released a death metal album created entirely by algorithms.

Because it’s actually quite good.

DADABOTS’ debut album was created, musically, by a neural-network studying the work of a human metal band called Krallice.

“Coditany of Timeness” by DADABOTS:

The album’s name, and the titles of the songs, were conceived by another AI.

And the artwork for the album cover was created by yet another algorithm.

pramendra yadav 2018-12-14
img

A beat that makes you want to move.

Lyrics that speak to your heart and head.

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

I listen to so many pops, rock, melodic death metal, rap but this song out of all is my personal favorite, for me, this song is the best.

Just my personal opinion though, even Michael’s own songs doesn’t come close to this one, with his dance this song is pure epic.

This is Katy Perry’s best song.

Robert Tuohy 2021-03-19
img

Rolling over the Martian stones toward a drop-off for the Ingenuity Helicopter

Ever wondered what it sounds like to drive on Mars? The answer involves clonks, squeaks, and a distressing amount of scratching.…

Steven Jones 2017-05-27
img

Club editors create a list of 25 or so songs, both recent and "classic," then invite current bands to choose one from the list, create their own version of that song and then come to the A.V.

My fave discovery so far?

That would be Wye Oak's very poignant take on Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" from Season 4.

Also well worth checking out are death metal cartoon band GWAR's several reworkings of a number of later 20th century rock staples, ranging from Kansas' "Carry On Wayward Son" to "West End Girls" by the Pet Shop Boys, nearly all NSFW and all screamingly funny.

Maria's soothing nature helps millions of viewers to relieve stress, unwind, and gently fall to sleep.

Simple premise: how to cook your favorite food from your favorite TV/movies.

Charles Rodriguez 2018-07-02
img

Spotify just found out there’s such a thing as too much Drake.

This weekend, Spotify users were bombarded with the stern visage of Aubrey “Drake” Graham as part of a promotional deal, known as “ScorpionSZN,” meant to promote the artist’s latest album, Scorpion.

While Drake is definitely a household name, that doesn’t mean everyone on Spotify was happy about the artist taking over the streaming platform, especially when some Spotify-created playlists that featured Drake’s photo were in fact devoid of the titular artist.

Spotify: hey, we make playlists catered to your unique tastes.

Spotify user: listens to 18 hours of Mongolian throat singing, Icelandic drumming bands and a peruvian death metal band.

On Reddit, user Jakebirdseye complained that, according to their count, less than half of the playlists featuring Drake on the playlist cover actually contained the artist’s songs.

Jose Hilton 2016-05-25
img

Helping people find new music isn t easy, as is proven by the number of standalone services aimed at helping people do exactly that.

Last year, Spotify introduced Discovery Weekly, a custom playlist created for each user and tailored to their specific tastes, and as the company revealed today, plenty of listeners are using it.

In a post on the company s blog published today, Spotify revealed that more than 40 million listeners have used Discovery Weekly since its launch in July 2015.

First, it seems that Discovery Weekly keeps users listening longer: more than half of those listening to the playlist listen to at least 10 songs, and the same number of listeners saved at least one song to a playlist of their own.

Artists BØRNS and Halsey both saw their music discovered by more than a million new users thanks to the playlists.

Your death metal band might not do as well though, as the top genres streamed via Discovery Weekly are pop, indietronica, and indie pop.