Funny you should mention that; there's a screaming coach called Melissa Cross who begin to teach fry-screaming by asking people to imitate a pterodactyl.Lambuzhao wrote:Aha. Creaky is that 'popping', well... creaky feeling in the back of the throat. Pretty much like how I would do a pterodactyl (well, one way).
No idea, I'm afraid.Lambuzhao wrote:Sonically~vocally, is harsh voice (un)related to Tibetan multiple chant?
Cheers. :)Xonen wrote:Neat. Have a /,,/.
As far as I'm aware, there are only four methods of producing screams, inhales, vocal fry, false chord and fry/false chord hybrids.Xonen wrote:Also, I'm pretty sure I can produce more than two different kinds of growls myself, but I don't really know which parts of my vocal apparatus I'm using to generate them. Plus some of them kinda hurt, which I'm told isn't supposed to happen. Anyway.
I spent a good few years trying to find a method that didn't hurt for me, but I'm fairly sure my attempts were all variations on either fry or false chord screams.
Pain is definitely bad though; it can lead to re-constructive surgery and the inability to speak above a whisper in a worst case scenario!
I used to consider them to have split away from metal, but I've revised my opinion as I think they're too similar for that; metalcore sounds closer to death metal than British heavy metal, for example.Teddy wrote:Opinions on deathcore/metalcore? Is it real metal? Do you enjoy listening to any bands in those genres?
I'm not really a fan of either though. I like some old Bullet for my Valentine, but I went off Trivium and old Arch Enemy (I love the new album with that singer from the Agonist though).
On the deathcore side, I recently got into Whitechapel and Humanity's Last Breath, but that's the extent of it.