Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Discuss the legendary band Morbid Angel here. For fifteen years The Chapel has connected the widest morbid fanbase online.
User avatar
M.Bison
Ancient One
Posts: 2111
Joined: 10 May 2009, 02:46
Location: Scumbria

Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby M.Bison » 16 Oct 2009, 09:32

From wikipedia:



In 2007, Tucker collaborated with Egyptian artist Nader Sadek. Composing a Death Metal track titled Faithless, the song was played at Sadek's first solo show in an art gallery in New York. The recording also includes Trym (Emperor, Zyklon) on drums, Ralph Santolla and Alex Skolnick on Leads, with Tucker handling all rhythm, bass and vocals.



Anybody heard this? :huh:
Image
User avatar
Godsdefeat
Member
Posts: 192
Joined: 03 May 2009, 02:59
Location: The Netherlands

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby Godsdefeat » 16 Oct 2009, 11:57

Not really. Someone posted a video here a long time ago from Tucker (after he left MA) with him sitting down singing with bees all over him. Not sure if that's the same one
User avatar
iamgoat
Metal God
Posts: 6122
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 14:44
Location: a mountain somewhere

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby iamgoat » 16 Oct 2009, 13:28

no that was during his Morbid period, after the release of formulas for the film Cremaster 2.
:grimb:
User avatar
FUKKET
Metal God
Posts: 8909
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 09:11
Location: Heranus
Contact:

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby FUKKET » 16 Oct 2009, 16:27

[quote name="Godsdefeat"]Not really. Someone posted a video here a long time ago from Tucker (after he left MA) with him sitting down singing with bees all over him. Not sure if that's the same one[/quote]



that was I.
User avatar
FUKKET
Metal God
Posts: 8909
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 09:11
Location: Heranus
Contact:

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby FUKKET » 16 Oct 2009, 16:28

[quote name="Void"]no that was during his Morbid period, after the release of formulas for the film Cremaster 2.[/quote]



I've got the movie, but can't get myself to watch it

* too experimental, I start sarding *
User avatar
zim
Postwhore
Posts: 20819
Joined: 14 Apr 2009, 02:36
Location: US

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby zim » 17 Oct 2009, 09:36

[quote name="Godsdefeat"]Not really. Someone posted a video here a long time ago from Tucker (after he left MA) with him sitting down singing with bees all over him. Not sure if that's the same one[/quote]



that was an odd piece of music and a strange video, but awesome
Image
User avatar
Mutilator
Ancient One
Posts: 1565
Joined: 11 May 2009, 02:44
Location: Utrecht NL

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby Mutilator » 18 Oct 2009, 18:50

I'd like to see that video; can anyone post a link?
User avatar
zim
Postwhore
Posts: 20819
Joined: 14 Apr 2009, 02:36
Location: US

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby zim » 18 Oct 2009, 22:57

[youtube]gISn5woNVvc[/youtube]
Image
User avatar
iamgoat
Metal God
Posts: 6122
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 14:44
Location: a mountain somewhere

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby iamgoat » 19 Oct 2009, 00:28

here's a better quality one :D



[youtube]EUWFhLn_SIc[/youtube]
:grimb:
User avatar
Haunty
Metal God
Posts: 12225
Joined: 16 Apr 2009, 01:28
Location: using Thibault to cancel out Capo Ferro

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby Haunty » 19 Oct 2009, 09:06

[quote name="M.Bison"]From wikipedia:



In 2007, Tucker collaborated with Egyptian artist Nader Sadek. Composing a Death Metal track titled Faithless, the song was played at Sadek's first solo show in an art gallery in New York. The recording also includes Trym (Emperor, Zyklon) on drums, Ralph Santolla and Alex Skolnick on Leads, with Tucker handling all rhythm, bass and vocals.



Anybody heard this? :huh:[/quote]



I haven't, but I'd definitely like to. Be sure to PM me if you find it.
Image



Need a new signature? Why not Zoidberg? (V) (;,,;) (V)
User avatar
FUKKET
Metal God
Posts: 8909
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 09:11
Location: Heranus
Contact:

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby FUKKET » 19 Oct 2009, 15:15

[quote name="HbW"]
[quote name="M.Bison"]From wikipedia:



In 2007, Tucker collaborated with Egyptian artist Nader Sadek. Composing a Death Metal track titled Faithless, the song was played at Sadek's first solo show in an art gallery in New York. The recording also includes Trym (Emperor, Zyklon) on drums, Ralph Santolla and Alex Skolnick on Leads, with Tucker handling all rhythm, bass and vocals.



Anybody heard this? :huh:[/quote]



I haven't, but I'd definitely like to. Be sure to PM me if you find it.[/quote]



don't PM, post here! :santa:
User avatar
Godsdefeat
Member
Posts: 192
Joined: 03 May 2009, 02:59
Location: The Netherlands

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby Godsdefeat » 22 Oct 2009, 12:36

I googled a bit on that Egyptian artist but couldn't find more than just some info on his and that art gallery



Tucker's Bee song is pretty cool btw
User avatar
Anomander
Member
Posts: 120
Joined: 18 Apr 2009, 00:59
Location: Bayern

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby Anomander » 04 Nov 2009, 04:33

here's a video of the show tucker did for nader sadek. but this is the 2nd on march 15, 2009.



<!-- m -->http://www.metalinjection.net/latest-ne ... ave-darfur<!-- m -->



[vimeo]4751569[/vimeo]
User avatar
FUKKET
Metal God
Posts: 8909
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 09:11
Location: Heranus
Contact:

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby FUKKET » 04 Nov 2009, 05:37

[quote name="Godsdefeat"]

Tucker's Bee song is pretty cool btw[/quote]



i have this track in mp3 if anyone wants me to upload it.
User avatar
Mutilator
Ancient One
Posts: 1565
Joined: 11 May 2009, 02:44
Location: Utrecht NL

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby Mutilator » 05 Nov 2009, 04:21

CRYPTOPSY, Ex-MORBID ANGEL Members To Join Artist NADER SADEK For 'B'doun O'mr (Ageless)' - Nov. 4, 2009



Egyptian-born/New York-based visual artist Nader Sadek (known for his onstage creations for Mayhem's 2009 tour and SUNNO)))'s recent live events) will bring his latest work, "B'doun O'mr (Ageless)" to the stage of Santo's Party House in New York City on Saturday, November 21 (doors at 7:00 p.m., show at 9:00 p.m.). Joining Sadek for an exclusive 30-minute performance written specifically for the event will be former MORBID ANGEL vocalist/bassist Steve Tucker, CRYPTOPSY's drummer extraordinaire Flo Mounier, and guitarist Mike Lerner from BEHOLD...THE ARCTOPUS.



"B'doun O'mr (Ageless)" is the culmination of Sadek's previous projects, "Faceless" and "B'doun Wag'h", which explored the concepts such as intimidation, fear and prejudice contextualized within the underground death metal lifestyle and strict Middle Eastern society.



Sadek explained the genesis of the project prior to the first installment: "For a while now, I've been interested in exploring what different cultures perceive of as extreme. It grows out of years of walking the crowded streets of downtown Cairo dressed as a full-on death metal fan. Then, in a sort of twisted reversal, I decided to walk the streets of New York's Times Square in the black garb of a fully veiled woman. The intense reactions I got in each case confirmed for me the potential of this project. I hope that by reflecting back to the audience their paranoid fantasies, which totally oversimplify the reality of Middle Eastern and death metal culture, that my work will get them to question their own prejudices and sense of the extreme."



The many questions raised in those first two presentations have forged the path to "B'doun O'mr (Ageless)". "Now, I'm suggesting an amalgamation of two extremes, creating one creature from these two disparate cultures," says Sadek. "But while there are some parallels between those extremes, the project, to me, has now become about how the comparison is impossible. The absurdity of the perception of peripheral cultures has now fused and become one. It is a play on the misperceptions of cultures in the first two projects. Everything has been deconstructed from two and reconstructed as one."



While new creations will be visible at the "B'doun O'mr (Ageless)" performance, elements from the previous two installments will also reappear in their raw, base form and take on new contexts.



For more information on this exclusive performance, visit <!-- m -->http://www.nadersadek.com<!-- m -->.



Image
User avatar
zim
Postwhore
Posts: 20819
Joined: 14 Apr 2009, 02:36
Location: US

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby zim » 05 Nov 2009, 04:44

:interessant: :bang: :xx: :bang:
Image
User avatar
TamPron
Metal God
Posts: 16584
Joined: 24 Apr 2009, 00:50
Location: Rod Stewart
Contact:

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby TamPron » 05 Nov 2009, 05:03

the multi-angle shit on that video is fucking annoying
[quote name="Extreme Noise Tara"]They are. [/quote]

Image
User avatar
iamgoat
Metal God
Posts: 6122
Joined: 13 Apr 2009, 14:44
Location: a mountain somewhere

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby iamgoat » 05 Nov 2009, 05:17

[quote name="zim"]:interessant: :bang: :xx: :bang:[/quote]
:grimb:
User avatar
cat hallucination
Ancient One
Posts: 3085
Joined: 15 Apr 2009, 22:40
Location: lincoln, nebraska

Re: Tucker/Skolnick/Trym/Santolla track?

Postby cat hallucination » 05 Nov 2009, 05:20

wow that is cool. i hope they don't suck.
[quote name="zim"]Treys solo tone actually sounds a bit thin to me on Domination. It's definitely got a wah sound to it, even if he's not moving it with food it sounds like he has it turned on.[/quote]

Return to “The Chapel”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest