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@ieure I was sent this from @selea yesterday. But it's worthy of a retoot on your Bandcamp Friday list

orbitculture.bandcamp.com/albu

@ieure @selea Check out Wargblod on that album. I've had it on near repeat

It slaps so hard I've been grinding out to their discog since yesterday afternoon

@chuck @ieure

And I just realized that they are swedish too!!!! wat!
I have been listening to them for years!

@chuck

Also, could not find them on bandcamp, and maybe you already heard of them:

youtube.com/watch?v=qtLX5xS6bm

And I could find what I think, is the best one from them - but look for "As I Lay Dying - The Toll It Takes"

It is glorious

@selea Yeah I've been a fan of AILD for a long time

Great rec :flan_headphones:

@selea Do you listen to Arch Enemy? Similar to AILD, female frontman, and she growls like no other (both of them)

youtube.com/watch?v=lk2-bgwA0R

I'll leave the exercise of digging into their older stuff up to the reader

@chuck

Yeah I have listened to - quite much actually :)

Oh, Heaven Shall Burn is also great :D

@chuck @selea aaargh the last two tracks are 24-bit, but the rest are 16-bit, so metaflac can't add replaygain tags.

> Orbit Culture - Nija - 11 Wargblod.flac: ERROR: resolution of 24 bps does not match previous files' 16 bps

@ieure Unfortunately I just take the source files as sold and add them to my archive.

:/ I'm not real sure how to help here save for using a DAW and re-exporting the audio, but that sounds lossy

@chuck Yeah, I don't want to resample.

I like good metadata, nearly everything in my library has good tags from MusicBrainz & is linked to the MBZ ID for that specific version of the album. This includes me adding stuff to MBZ when it's missing.

And all have replaygain, so I don't blow my ears out or have to fiddle with the volume between tracks when shuffling, which is 90% of my daily listening.

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